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Genie 1/2 HPc Chain Garage Door Opener

Speed to First Woot:
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ategard
Last Wooter to Woot:
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Last Purchase:
a year ago
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Bottom 38% of all Woots

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lichme


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jrunri


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jrunri

That poor horse! And just because you're too lazy to open a door?

str8juice


quality posts: 0 Private Messages str8juice

I need one of these. Anyone bought one in the past?

plmnwater


quality posts: 3 Private Messages plmnwater

Apparently this is popular in the Southwest. Anybody have any first hand experience with this one?

edstreiff


quality posts: 1 Private Messages edstreiff
plmnwater wrote:Apparently this is popular in the Southwest. Anybody have any first hand experience with this one?



I bought a simular model almost two years ago on woot

http://www.woot.com/Forums/ViewPost.aspx?PostID=4614809.

It was very easy to install, is fairly quiet and had no trouble pulling my door up. The two control pads are nice as is the indoor push button which can lock.

I use this opener twice a day 5 days a week so its been opened/closed 400 times so far and is working just fine.

edstreiff


quality posts: 1 Private Messages edstreiff

Should also note the outdoor keypad is totally wireless so you don't need to run a wire to it. It uses a single 9 volt battery which I haven't replaced in the year plus I had this opener.

str8juice


quality posts: 0 Private Messages str8juice

The comments from last time it was on sale was enough to scare me off... plus my muscles ripple everytime I have to open the door by hand.

Skizzo


quality posts: 0 Private Messages Skizzo

I bought this garage door at black Friday for $30 more than this price. I had 1 person help and we installed it in a 3-4 hours. This was my first installation and it was on a garage from the 1920's and I have been happy with it over the last 6 months.

Denimbear


quality posts: 7 Private Messages Denimbear

I wonder if this would work on the kids to Get them (lift) them out of the bed in the mornings lol . Just a thought lol .

Never Take for Granted what God Has given you so Freely , for tomorrow it maybe gone


auctionsaver


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jbattyb


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jbattyb

I bought the Genie QuietLift Belt Drive (Model #2042) on Woot for $139.99 in July 2011. Belt vs Chain drive is the only difference to this kit. Installation was a breeze and I haven't had one issue in almost two years. The only (very small) complaint I have would be the push buttons on the indoor garage remote are spongy and do not 'click', sometimes requiring a second push to open or close the door. But overall I'm very happy with the unit and would purchase again.