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McCulloch 1,800 Watt 2.9 HP 105.6cc 4-Cycle Gas Powered Digital Inverter Generator FDD210 (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • 5 hours running time
  • Low oil shutdown
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Product Description

Product Description

Quiet, dependable operation for years to come... McCulloch 1,800W Digital Generator. Perfect for emergency power at home or temporary power at your campsite. Operates televisions, stereos, computers and more... at a level of just 65dB, the volume of a normal conversation, it meets National Parks and Campgrounds regs! Details: 2.9-hp. 4-stroke OHV engine; 1,800W peak; 1,600W continuous output; One 120V AC duplex (13.3 amp) outlet; One DC 12 DCV (8 amp) outlet; Electrical circuit breaker; 4-hr. run time under full load; 65+/- 5 dB(A)7 m noise level; Equipped with electric circuit breaker; Recoil starter; Inverter technology ensures stable current output; Low-oil shutdown system; Approx. 5 hr. run time on 1.45 gallon fuel tank; Enclosed and insulated for better noise reduction; Suitcase style for easy carrying. Get yours today! McCulloch 1,800-watt Digital Generator

From the Manufacturer

You expect the job to be carried out easily and comfortably and you want a result that meets your expectations. We have been developing technology, quality, function, ergonomics and design for more than 60 years. The result is a complete range of good value products. Our safety awareness, based on our experience and wide knowledge, is built into every component. With over 60 years of experience in the design and manufacture of outdoor power tools, McCulloch has established an unrivalled, worldwide reputation for design, reliability and value in outdoor products. Founded in 1946, McCulloch rapidly developed a reputation for being at the forefront of 2-stroke engine design, growing into one of the world�s leading ranges of chainsaws, trimmers, brush cutters and hedge trimmers. McCulloch is a brand within the Husqvarna Group.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.5 x 15.5 x 22.5 inches ; 54 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 67 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is available for shipping in the U.S. except for California and to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000PU5T1A
  • Item model number: FDD210
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #474,117 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This unit run quiet that other import generator.
R Christian
The company has no further response but to send an email telling how the parts are still back ordered.
Andre Van Hoek
Like all knock-offs, it doesn't stand up to close comparison.
Mark W. Ingalls

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Redmond on October 19, 2007
In December 2006 Seattle got smacked by a huge windstorm and our area was without power for 6 days. No lights, no heat, no fun!

I bought the McCulloch FDD210mo 1800w (1600 running watts, or 13.3 amp continuous output) to avoid a repeat this year. In looking at generators I found my priorities were:

1) Enough power to run my furnace (had to wire in a 3-pronged plug), fridge and a light simultaneously for a few hours.
2) Portability.
3) Relatively quiet.

This unit has fit my requirements well. With an output of 13.3 running amps and 15 surge amps, it supports the max requirements of my furnace (6 amps max), fridge (6.5 amps max) and lighting (60 watt bulb). In reality the furnace and fridge run at about 200 - 400 watts each, or 1.7 - 3.4 amps each. So, unless the furnace blower and refrigerator compressor start up at precisely the same moment, the theoretical max isn't going to be an issue. My P4400 Kill-A-Watt meter ($25) allows monitoring of this. The P4400 also confirms my unit's voltage output is good, right around 120v, which I've read is a concern with lower end generators.

The FDD210mo uses straight unleaded gas, a benefit over 2-cycle generators that require a gas/oil mix. At 1.45 gal. the fuel tank is a bit larger than comparable units from Honda, Subaru/Robin, Yamaha, Kipor, which typically are 1.1 gal. or less. That supposedly allows the FDD210 to run up to 4 hours at 100% load - I ran it with the SmartThrottle on during a 5 hour outage this week with no refills necessary. The SmartThrottle setting ramps power output up and down depending on the draw from your appliances. This allows for fuel conservation since the generator doesn't have to crank at 100% all the time.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Andre Van Hoek on July 25, 2008
I had this unit work for just one time with problems toward the end of three hours. It was brought into an authorized repair shop whereby the manufactor has not had the parts for over three months. Try to call the service number and you will be placed in musak mode for half an hour. The company has no further response but to send an email telling how the parts are still back ordered.
As I understand, if your unit works then people give a good review if it has problems then a -. The problem which I would mention further is if the unit needs any parts or repair requiring parts, many repair centers are getting wise to holding a unit which they cannot get the parts. I would not recommend this unit.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Ott on October 26, 2007
I was very skeptical about purchasing a chinese manfactured unit, but couldn't resist saving the money. Similar brand name units cost twice as much. I have used this unit several times and I am very satisfied with the quality and the performance.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Raul Arturo Garcia Cantu on April 23, 2008
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It was easy to get the generator ready for operation.
Well designed and manufactured with quality components.
Primary use is for power backup at home. I tested it running a 21 cu. ft. fridge and it was ok.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mark W. Ingalls on September 18, 2008
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We purchased this inverter generator mostly to run our A/C unit when summer camping on the Gulf of Mexico. For that task it's marginal, due to limited run-time per fill-up. I intend to convert it to bi-fuel (gasoline|propane) so that won't be a problem in the future. The advantage this generator has over the less expensive contractor types is that it is much quieter and can power modern electronic equipment without browning it out.

I also tried it out in my mobile wood-shop. It will start and run relatively large 115V motors as long as they have brushes. My table saw won't run; the blade just sits there and vibrates back and forth, while the generator hums along happily, no overload light, no engine revving, no nuttin'. I think the table saw might have worked if the motor had had a starter capacitor, but it really isn't necessary to run a table saw on a generator anyway... meanwhile the plunge router, 7-1/2" circular saw, belt sander, 1/2 inch hammer drill... lit off with no problem. I have tripped breakers just starting the saw on some people's house circuits, so that was a meaningful test.

Next I tried out the 12V option, and here we have a major (but correctable) problem--

*THE DC PLUG IS WIRED BACKWARDS, SO THAT RED IS NEGATIVE AND BLACK IS POSITIVE!!!*

I probably should have returned the unit to Amazon at the time, but I wanted the generator for a camping trip. :-]

Recently, we experienced a five day power outage (Hurricane Ike) and the generator ran 12+ hours a day for the duration powering our refrigerator, freezer, 32" LCD TV, two lights, garage door opener,fan and charged cell phones, all at the same time. We went through 25 gallons of gasoline, but not one drop of oil.
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