The Coleman 6250 generator (Model PM0435001)is large enough to power a small to mid-sized home in the case of an emergency.
It can offer you 5000 running watts, up to a maximum of 6250 watts of power where you need them.
When living in an area where frequent power outages can take place due to snow, ice, tornadoes, or other natural disasters, it's common sense to own a generator.
Having the power that you need that when you know that the weather can take it out at a moments notice is simply planning ahead.
The Coleman 6250 generator is large enough to give you what you need to help to keep you warm and powered up when the weather offers you some challenges.
In rural areas a generator is not a luxury it's a necessity. The weather and the proximity of nature can wreak havoc on your power.
Unfortunately not just the power goes, but also your water in many areas too.You need something that will take care of business in a reasonable way and get your household back up and running again.This generator has a lot of happy users. See rating further down the page.
This model is not recommended for use with your delicate electronics such as computers unless you're using it with surge protection devices as it does not have an automatic voltage regulation device.
Of 7 reviewers at ElectricGeneratorsDirect.com, this generator received 5 out of 5 stars.
User comments were unanimously very favorable for this genrator. Enough couldn't be said about their like of the Subaru engine.
One user/reviewer bragged a bit about how this generator provided for his essential home power needs, during a large storm....even had the neighbor plug in a cord! Ran this way for 2 days without problem.
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