SDMO INEO 1000 Portable Generator - 900w

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  1. champers

    champers Funster Life Member

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    Learning that the Honda suitcase genny is the best but also the costliest, what is the most used reasonable priced one please?

    I have been reading some of the threads but am more confused now, has anyone any thoughts on the >>
    SDMO INEO 1000 Portable Generator - 900w http://www.seddondirect.co.uk/productDetails.asp?productID=313


    Or do the m/h shows offer better prices than online for the Honda..we are at Newbury shortly

    We do have a unused Aldi small genny which was fine for the camper van if we should have needed it, but now that we have upgraded to a m/h feel that this would be risky to use after reading the threads and possibly noisy lol



    thanx Kath
     
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    :Smile:always a lot of rivalry on here about gererators, I use a Kipor 2600 for emergency and powers everything I need, it's heavy, 26kg so for an old man like me it is a pain getting it out of the locker, only had it a few months, quite happy with it, I don't know iof it's noisy or not because I have not compared it with other makes, think I paid about £400 off ebay brand new but from someone who has a business and was a motorhomer, he supplies all sorts, can't think of hs name but it is something bargains, worth a look.
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    :Doh:The man you want is Martyns Bargains.
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    Sdmo

    I use and SDMO gennie and it has the Honda engine it. I'm pleased with it but if money is no object go for the Honda.
     
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    Run for cover,


    Kath has opened up the Kippor versus the Honda debate:Rofl1::Rofl1::Rofl1:



    Phil (Leggin' it away as quickly as possible:Laughing:)
     
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    Yes, but has anyone any experince of the Aldi unit, please?

    Ok, it may be no competition for Honda/Kipor on the performance stakes, but when you generally choose sites with hook-ups, cheapness is an advantage. Is it powerful enough to be useful?

    A caravanner who took silver at Aldi one Sunday morning a few weeks back - we were on pole position - said when we were chatting about their satellite dish that he found it useful with his van.
     
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    Aldi gennie

    I haven't seen the Aldi gennie but you need to make sure that anything that you connect to a motorhome has a sinewave output. Most motorhomes have sensitive electronics i them these days and a poor quality gennie can cause a great deal of damage - trust me I've seen it first hand.
     
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