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SOLD Honda Eu10i Suitcase Generator

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by glenm, Apr 19, 2015.

  1. glenm

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    New gadget forces sale of as new generator only used on two wildcamping weekends.
    As new Honda suitcase generator 1.0kw weight 13kg petrol fuel capacity 2.3lt,
    very little use complete with connecting cable to motorhome, service kit, oil and cables for charging battery.
    cost new £750
    bargain at £450
     
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  2. andy63

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    that sounds like a good buy for someone wanting a genny..
    but after the recent threads on gennys im not sure its a good time to be advertising one :LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL::LOL:
    sorry , couldn't help myself
    ta andy
     
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    Very good price and the EU10i is very quiet (I've got one). A good deal for anyone needing a high quality small generator, regardless of recent posts!
     
  4. glenm

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    Think you may be right Andy I really got the timing wrong :(:(:(:( but have just had an EZA fitted and don't need the genny
    James
     
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    I should wait till things quieten down, and re-advertise it.. :giggler:

    That`s a bloody good price.. (y)

    "Quieten Down" ....... Honda Whisper quiet Generator.. :rofl:

    Forget it, I`m waisted on here... :RollEyes:::bigsmile:

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    What's an EZA????
     
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    Hi James I would just keep bumping the thread. as I said and others think the same it's a very good bit of kit for the money.. Some people need one including myself if I'm away for a while without hook up and that's after fitting a 100w panel.
    I was in touch with someone looking for one and I'll try contacting them and mention the thread.
    Ta andy
     
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  9. glenm

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    An EZA is a 12 volt power unit which is lithium ion type of battery a 130 ah unit that replaces your two leisure batteries when wildcamping it can be run down to 5% of its rated power and when you start the engine it recharges the unit at 40amps, I wild camped for six night using heating, TV, lighting etc. and still had 24% power. there should be an article in next months MMM but more information is available from Roadpro at Daventry.
    cheers
    james
     
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    Wow ... that's a heck of a price for the EZA!
     
  11. glenm

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    Thanks Andy by the way anyone wanting more info on EZA check out on eza.fr
    cheers
    james
     
  12. glenm

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    Well MinxyGirl you cant take it with you no pockets in shrouds ;););)
     
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    Hi again James. .I hadn't a clue what an eza was but had a Google. .
    It does sound impressive but at a price..
    Did you fit it.. says the only connections are to the load as in a normal battery bank and to the vehicle start battery.. is that how it is recharged?? No need for any other charger?? And it has its own mppt solar controller built in if I've read it right..
    Will try and read some more on them.

    No word back from people I have tried to contact yet..I'll let you know if it comes to anything.
    Ta andy
     
  14. glenm

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    Hi Andy no I didn't fit it Roadpro did it and as it the first one sold in the UK the inventor came over from France to oversee the fitting
    Cheers
    James
     
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    this is it
     

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