12 years ago
I have a small seafood business and need to get a generator as a backup in
a hurricane causes a power outage.
I was about to buy a Honda EU 6500isa, 6000 watts continuous duty at
a price of $3400.
Then I thought about a welder / generator as having better resale if I ever
decide to sell it. This is a possibility, with the oil coming, we don't know
be in business next year, although it is our plan to do all we can to hang
We have had the business 11 years and I figured 7 to 10 more before I
I don't want to enter a 9.8% job market at 55.
Back to the question.
I can get a Miller Bobcat 250 shipped to me for the same $3400 and it has
9500 watts continuous power. An additional 58% more.
A few minor negatives are, the size, additional noise, fuel efficient, but
is for an emergency and the only use it may get are maintenance hours
or worst case a week or two. But I need it as insurance against losing my
Anybody have thoughts about the 250 or other possible units, I do want
I don't want start with a problem.
Looking at Harris Welding supply