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Westinghouse WGen9500DF vs DuroMax XP12000EH - The Differences

Further down the page, you'll find some explanations regarding the key similarities and differences between the DuroMax XP12000EH and the Westinghouse WGen9500DF.

But before checking out explanations regarding their power, portability, and features, here's a table that summarizes the main pros of each of these 2 generators:

DuroMax XP12000EHWestinghouse WGen9500DF
DuroMax XP12000EHWestinghouse WGen9500DF
  • Quieter
  • More outlet types
  • DC outlet(s)
  • Higher starting watts
  • Higher runtime
  • Lower fuel consumption
  • Lighter
  • Remote start
  • More AC outlets
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As the Westinghouse WGen9500DF and the DuroMax XP12000EH do not share the same manufacturer, their overall build and technology in use can vary.

Power Comparison

The following charts are provided to show you at a glance how the main specs of the DuroMax XP12000EH compare to the Westinghouse WGen9500DF.

  • Fuel: The 2 portable generators enjoy a dual-fuel technology, which allows them to run either on gasoline or propane, providing additional versatility and convenience.
  • Power: As both the DuroMax XP12000EH and the Westinghouse WGen9500DF share the same running wattage of 9500W, they will both allow you to simultaneously power the same appliances. However, compared to the 12000 starting watts of the DuroMax XP12000EH, the Westinghouse WGen9500DF and its starting wattage of 12500 W will give more power to start the appliances which require an additional boost to get their motor running.
  • Runtime: When running at a 50% load, the Westinghouse WGen9500DF enjoys a higher approximate runtime on a full tank than the DuroMax XP12000EH. It can deliver power for around 12 hours, whereas the DuroMax XP12000EH will be able to power your appliances for around 9 hours.
  • Fuel Efficiency: With a gasoline consumption at 50% load of 0.92 GPH (gallon per hour), the DuroMax XP12000EH is less fuel efficient than the Westinghouse WGen9500DF with its 0.55 GPH. The latter will therefore be more economic to run than the former.
  • THD: Neither the DuroMax XP12000EH nor the Westinghouse WGen9500DF has a THD low enough to allow you to safely power your sensitive electronic devices (respectively <12% and <23%).
  • Noise: With 72 dBA, the noise emitted by the DuroMax XP12000EH is slightly lower than the 73 dBA of the Westinghouse WGen9500DF. While this difference could seem insignificant, the former should still be easier on your ears.

Portability Comparison

  • Bulkiness: As these two products share the same overall bulk, neither of them will really take up less storage space.
  • Weight: With a weight of 220 lbs, the WGen9500DF is slightly less heavy than the XP12000EH (which weighs 221 lbs).
  • Portability: Both products benefit from a wheel kit, which greatly enhances their manoeuvrability. Both offer a folding handle, which improves your grip when you wish to move them around.

Feature Comparison

  • Starting System: Both devices can be started either via a pull-start mechanism or an electric starter. The Westinghouse WGen9500DF offers another layer of convenience, as it can be remotely started.
  • Outlets: With a total of 6 AC outlets, the Westinghouse WGen9500DF offers more AC receptacles than the DuroMax XP12000EH, which has 5 AC outlets. Yet, they both feature GFCI outlets. The former also offers a DC output. For more detailed information regarding all their respective receptacles, refer to the DuroMax XP12000EH's and the Westinghouse WGen9500DF's product pages.
  • Data Center & Fuel Gauge: Each of these 2 portable generators is equipped with a data center allowing you to conveniently monitor some aspects of the power output. Besides that, these 2 products are fitted with a fuel gauge allowing to see their fuel level at a glance.

TL;DR

DuroMax XP12000EHWestinghouse WGen9500DF
DuroMax XP12000EHWestinghouse WGen9500DF
  • Quieter
  • More outlet types
  • DC outlet(s)
  • Higher starting watts
  • Higher runtime
  • Lower fuel consumption
  • Lighter
  • Remote start
  • More AC outlets
Show all offers
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