Inverter generators are portable generators that offer cleaner power for sensitive electronics, and create less noise while doing it.
They're generally smaller than other generators, making them easier to carry where you go. And if you need to, you can actually invest in a second one and connect them together for twice the power output.
They're great for outdoor parties, event marketing, tailgating, camping trips, outdoor weddings, and even some emergency power during a blackout.
Compact Inverter GeneratorsCompact inverter generators produce 800 - 1,000 watts of power -- just enough electricity to power one or two appliances simultaneously.
The keyword is "simultaneously." If you simply want to brew a cup of coffee in the morning, a compact generator will suffice. You can always unplug the coffee maker then plug in the toaster to toast your bagel.
Small Inverter GeneratorsOn the other hand, you may not want to hear the angry roar of fellow tailgaters when you unplug the television in order to start the blender.
Small inverter generators generate 1,600-2,000 watts of juice and are designed to power multiple appliances simultaneously.
If you need to power multiple appliances at once or a high-demand appliance, these larger - yet, still relatively small - inverter generators will do the trick.
Medium Inverter GeneratorsSometimes, the great outdoors gets the best of us, and we demand the creature comforts of home.
Medium inverter generators produce enough power to start a roof-top RV air conditioner while simultaneously running a microwave.
They're ideal for travel trailers and pop-up campers. If you have a motor home or fifth-wheel trailer with a prepped compartment, you should consider an RV generator instead.
Pairing Two Inverter Generators for Double the Power
Combining two inverter generators offers you the ability to double your power while still benefiting from the clean, quiet power of an inverter generator.
If you're worried that you may need to step up to a larger emergency-style generator to get the power you need, rest assured; you can simply invest in another inverter generator and connect them together for twice the power.