7500 Watt Generator Review: All Power America vs Briggs & Stratton

Do you need to protect yourself against the next power outage? Were you left sitting in the dark recently, or just want to prepare for the inevitable? Either way, a 7500 watt generator will meet your needs. When looking at the different available models, there are a few features to look for. These include the size of the engine, the fuel tank size and running time, available power outlets, weight and its portability and noise. Here we review two portable generators in the 7500 watt generator class, the All Power America APGG7500 and the Briggs & Stratton 30469.

All Power America APGG7500: 7500 Watt Generator

This All Power America 7500 watt generator provides the backup power you need when the utility power drops out. At 6000 running watts and 7500 starting watts, this portable generator will meet most of your home’s power needs. It will comfortably power the refrigerator, freezer, and heating or air conditioning. It uses a 389cc air-cooled engine and will run for 9 hours at half load with its 6.6 gallon tank. This gives it a fuel consumption rate of 1.36 hours/gallon (at 50% load). It provides the convenience of allowing either a manual pull recoil start or an electric start. Weighing 209 pounds, it is a solid unit. However its pneumatic tires will not go flat and ensure easy portability. The panel includes four household 120V AC outlets, one 120/240V twist lock outlet and one 12V DC outlet ensuring all your power needs will be met. At 76 dB, the sound level is reasonable for a 7500 watt generator.

The reviews of this generator are predominantly positive. When using it as a backup generator, it will do its job. One issue with this generator is that the power outlets are not particularly protected. If you live in a cold climate, you may want to consider a 7500 watt generator with better protected power outlets.

Briggs & Stratton 30469: 7500 Watt Generator

The Briggs and Stratton 7500 watt generator provides outstanding value. It also generates 6000 running and 7500 starting watts, which will cover your backup needs during a power outage. It has a slightly smaller engine at 342cc, however has impressive fuel consumption. Its 7 gallon tank will keep it running for up to 13 hours at 50% load. This is a fuel consumption rate of 1.86 hours/gallon (at 50% load). At 193 pounds and with its 10 inch “never go flat” tires, this 7500 watt generator is slightly more mobile than its competitor. Its panel also provides four household 120V AC outlets and one 120/240 volt 30 amp AC outlet. Unlike the All Power America model, this generator’s outlets have rubber safety covers. It comes with a starting guide, operator’s manual and engine oil. Its 2 year warranty will also give you extra piece of mind.

​The reviews of this 7500 watt generator are heavily positive. With easy and convenient delivery, the process from purchasing online to starting the generator at home is fast and simple. While it is heavy, it is easy to move around. Its gas efficiency and long running time capability make it hard to beat. Most importantly, the reviewers find it to be reliable. With its many benefits and low price, this is the 7500 generator for you.

7500 Watt Generator: The Final Word

The Briggs and Stratton is our pick in the 7500 watt generator class. With excellent fuel economy and reliability, it will provide you with the power you need during a power outage. With protected power outlets it is suitable for use in any climate and its handles and large tires make it easy to move around. Finally, it comes in at a lower price (only $650 at time of publishing).