Champion 3800 Watt Dual Fuel Portable Generator

Catalog Item # 81925

Runs on propane or gasoline and is RV-ready with a built-in TT-30 receptacle that lets you plug your 30-amp RV power cord in directly without an adapter needed.

Technical Specifications

131.2 lbs.
26.3”L x 24.8”W x 22.9”H

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 3 reviews (3 Based on 3 Reviews)

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Pros
  • Easy to Use (2)
  • Durable (1)
  • Exceeded Expectations (1)
  • Features (1)
  • Price (1)
Cons
  • Heavy (2)
  • Loud (1)
  • Low Quality (1)
  • You have to use and external charger (1)

Love it

by Anonymous – February 08, 2017
5 out of 5 stars

A bad storm knocked the power out at our place two weeks after we got it. I hooked to the house and ran the refrigerator, lights,

Bought for boondocking

by SCOTT – May 28, 2017
4 out of 5 stars

This unit seems quite nice with the electric start and wheels. Comes with oil as well. It is actually quite noisy and does not hav

doesn't work

by Anonymous – October 31, 2017
1 out of 5 stars

The generator looks great, however, does not work at all.

by LongRider – June 01, 2016
What is the running time if you are running it on propane (e.g., will run 10 hrs. on a 25 gal. tank, etc.). Also is it quieter when running on propane?
Run time is 10.5 hours @ 50% load with a 20 lb.(4.7 gal.) tank. No, the sound level does not change when running on propane vs. gasoline.
by Camping World – June 02, 2016
by Anonymous – May 11, 2016
No, while this unit does create AC power, it is not an inverter model generator. At this time, the largest inverter generator Champion manufactures is a 3500 watt model which we have listed as SKU#88537.
by Camping World – May 11, 2016
by Anonymous – January 29, 2016
Yes, this generator is electric start capable and does include the battery to use said feature.
by Camping World – February 22, 2016

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