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Pulsar PG7500B VS. Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

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Winner:

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

Reasons to buy Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w:

  • button icon Built with a multi featured control panel
  • button icon Lasting operation with 11.5 hours of run time on a 50% load
  • button icon Up to 7185 of starting watts and 5750 watts of running watts
  • button icon Simple recoil starting system
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Runners Up:

Pulsar PG7500B

Reasons to buy Pulsar PG7500B :

  • button icon  inbuilt with 3 in 1 automatic voltage regulation,
  • button icon 2 drop down handles
  • button icon 13 hours of running hours
  • button icon 7500 watts and 6000 watts of starting and running power
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summary Review:

PERFORMANCE:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

  • Portable
  • Starting Watts
  • Running Stats
  • RV Ready
  • Gas Powered
  • Run Time on Full Tank
  • Recoil Start
  • FUEL TYPE
  • AMPERAGE
  • VOLTAGE
  • FREQUENCY
  • HORSEPOWER
  • ENGINE TYPE
  • ENGINE SPEED
  • CARB Compliant
  • CSA Certified
  • EPA Certified
  • Cold Start Technology
  • Easy to Start
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)
  • Runtime (Gasoline)
  • Low Oil Shut-Off
  • Air Cooled
  • Engine Capacity
  • Noise Level (dBA)
  • Multi-Purpose
  • Heavy Duty
  • Framed for Durability
  • Starting method
DESIGN:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

  • Open Frame
  • Outlets
  • Portable
  • Weight
  • Wheel type
  • Handle style
  • Warranty
  • Included Accessories
SAFETY:
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

  • Low Oil Indicator
  • Low oil shutdown
  • Noise Level
CONCLUSION
WINNER :

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

  • Pros
  • Cons
Comparison Winner
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

Reasons why we like it:

  • Portable
  • Starting Watts
  • Running Stats
  • RV Ready
  • Gas Powered
  • Run Time on Full Tank
  • Recoil Start
  • FUEL TYPE
  • AMPERAGE
  • VOLTAGE
  • FREQUENCY
  • HORSEPOWER
  • ENGINE TYPE
  • ENGINE SPEED
  • CARB Compliant
  • CSA Certified
  • EPA Certified
  • Cold Start Technology
  • Easy to Start
  • Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)
  • Runtime (Gasoline)
  • Low Oil Shut-Off
  • Air Cooled
  • Engine Capacity
  • Noise Level (dBA)
  • Multi-Purpose
  • Heavy Duty
  • Framed for Durability
  • Starting method
  • Open Frame
  • Outlets
  • Portable
  • Weight
  • Wheel type
  • Handle style
  • Warranty
  • Included Accessories
  • Low Oil Indicator
  • Low oil shutdown
  • Noise Level
  • Pros
  • Cons
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COMPARISON – Pulsar PG7500B VS. Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

PERFORMANCE:

Portable

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Yes this generator is portable – wheels and handles enhance its portability from place to place

Starting Watts

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

7185 watts – powerful wattage

Running Stats

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

5750 watts – can run large motor driven appliances and tools at ago

RV Ready

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Has 10 a fold up handle and 10 inch never go flat wheels – RV ready

Gas Powered

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Uses gasoline

Run Time on Full Tank

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Recoil Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Recoil starting system

Electric Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Dual Fuel

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

FUEL TYPE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Gasoline

AMPERAGE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Runs on 59.9/29.9 amperage

VOLTAGE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

AC - 120/240V 60 Hz – includes an automated voltage regulation

FREQUENCY

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

HORSEPOWER

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

ENGINE TYPE

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

389cc OHV engine type

ENGINE SPEED

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

CARB Compliant

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

CSA Certified

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

EPA Certified

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Cold Start Technology

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Easy to Start

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Uses a traditional pull to start mechanism – easy to start

Fuel Tank Capacity (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Large 7.5 gallons – metallic tank capacity. Provides long hours of run time

Suggested Tank Size (Propane)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Runtime (Gasoline)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Spends 11.5 hours at 1/2 load – enough lighting and connection during power shortage

Runtime (Propane)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Low Oil Shut-Off

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

It is built with low oil shut down. Includes built in fuel gauge and circuit breaker

Air Cooled

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Engine Capacity

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

389 cc OHV – powerful engine capacity

Voltmeter

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Noise Level (dBA)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Multi-Purpose

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Generator is multipurpose – can cool foods, light the house and others connect devices

Heavy Duty

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Can perform heavy duties – provides lighting to homes, offices, camps and tailgating

Solar Generator

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Framed for Durability

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Yes, it has been bonded to frame for durability

Starting method

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Recoil start

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

DESIGN:

Open Frame

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Created as an open frame

Outlets

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Features 4 household GFCI 120 V outlets and 1 120/240 V. Use the 30 A locking outlet for any portable needs. Rubber outlet covers guard against elements

Portable

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Easy to shift to a different location

Weight

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

200 pounds

Wheel type

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Solid never go flat wheels. Easily maneuvers over multiple surfaces

Handle style

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Fold up handle style. helps in traveling and storage

Warranty

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

2 years – effective on purchase

Dimensions (LxWxH, inches)

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

No

Included Accessories

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Rubber outlet covers and oil

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

SAFETY:

Low Oil Indicator

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Shuts down when oil level is low

Low oil shutdown

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

Low oil and overload protection. Turns off generator on low oil and overload

Noise Level

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

N/A

Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w

CONCLUSION

Pros

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

• Built with a circuit breaker for protection • Will spend up to 11.5 hours on a 1/2 load • 10 inches never go flat wheels • Created with an open frame • An instant built in overload protection • Handles Fold once placed on the ground • An automatic oil shut off function • Comes with a spark arrestor – suitable for use in forested areas • Makes use of 7185 watts and 5750 watts for start and running • Includes an automated voltage regulation • High quality metallic fuel tank – 7.5 gallons of fuel • Up to 2 years of warranty • Compact size for simple storage - 29 x 26 x 29 inches • Portable to transport to different location • Has a power surge alternator for large motor driven appliances • Delivers a 120240 Voltage run using gasoline • Easily connects to breaker boxes in homes • Comes with data center on control panel • Rubber outlet covers – protects against elements • Keeps your food cold, lights on and family connected during power blackout • No loud noises during run time • Affordable to purchase and maintain • Comes with easy owner’s manual • Has 4 GFCI 120V household outlets, one 120/240V and 30A locking outlet

Cons

Pulsar PG7500B
Briggs and Stratton 30708 5750w
No

Yes

• Does not have an electric start option • Not complaint to EPA and CARB • Cannot be run using solar • No dual fuel option – doesn’t use propane • Engine cannot be air cooled • Only one color option – black • Heavy to lift in high surfaces like cars and stairs

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