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DuroStar DS4400 Review

Posted on June 20, 2018 in Uncategorized

This DuroStar DS4400 review takes a close look at a portable generator which is a smart investment for people who often suffer power outages or are in need of a source of energy while on the road or at a job site. It is always a good idea to have a backup source of power on hand, especially when living in an area of the country that weathers frequent wind storms or when camping on regular basis. A portable generator will fill this void.

This portable generator comes with a wheel kit which makes it extra convenient when traveling from place to place. It works well when tools must be powered on a construction site or in nature during a fishing or hunting trip. It is a durable and heavy-duty unit which will work well in times of need. Here is a better explanation of the many features that make this generator a smart investment.

Running Wattage

It is always essential to learn a few things about a portable generator before buying one. The first thing that must be included in a DuroStar DS4400 review is its running wattage. This generator runs 3500 watts which means that it can power certain appliances during an emergency, tools, or camping equipment with ease.

Engine Horsepower

The DuroStar DS4400 provides 7 horsepower which means that the air-cooled engine is extremely strong. A DuroStar DS4400 review must include the size of the fuel tank. This generator has a four gallon tank that includes an easy to read gauge. This means that there will be no question about how much fuel remains and when the tank will need to be refilled. To assure the best fuel use possible, there is a built-in idle control which keeps RPM at a constant level no matter how heavy the load. While running at 50%, this generator can run for up to 8 hours.

Starting Method

The DuroStar DS4400 comes with a simple pull recoil start. Even though it requires a bit of physical strength to get the engine going, it is a dependable way to turn the power back on without the need for an extra battery. With a recoil start, a user pulls a string which cranks up the engine. An internal flywheel spins and gets the engine started. To explain how noisy this machine will be, it is important to include the decibel level in this DuroStar DS4400 review. It produces about 69 decibels of sound which is quieter than the average home vacuum. The throttle control helps to keep the noise level to a minimum as well.

Fuel Type

This unit runs on gasoline like a great number of similar generators. This makes it easy to head to the local gas station for a refill when necessary.


Compliance is not specified for this generator. Until further information is made available, it is safe to assume that this generator is probably CARB compliant in most states.