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Anyone any experience of the Kiam generators? I am considering the 1001i model but can't find any reviews.

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We've got an 80W suitcase solar panel. ........ :o

 

Very reliable, works a treat even on dull days, and no running costs. .... :ph34r:

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2007 Bailey Series 5 Senator Arizona (4 berth, rear bathroom, side dinette) towed by a 57 Kia Sorento XS Auto with Kumho KL17 tyres, Reich Mover, Kampa Rally 390, Caravan Tyres : GT Radial Maxmiler CX 185/80 R14 102R.

 

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Don't have a Kiam but I do have a Kipor Digital 1000TI (the Honda copy :ph34r: )

The only advice I would give is that 1kw output may not be enough and consider this carefully before buying.

I use my generator on the allotment a lot to power drills and an angle grinder - I wish I had bought a 2k one which would have allowed me to use the shredder.

Useful bit of kit though and very quiet considering.

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Willerby Avonmore previous kit VW Splitty Camper,Ford Transit Camper, Commer Highwayman, Sprite Alpine Caravan, Rapids Export Folding Caravan, Fiat Autosleeper Harmony, Ci Granduca Motorhome, McLouis Glen 432 Motorhome, American RV Trail-Lite twin slide outs 8.2ltr petrol/lpg, Lunar Solaris Limited Edition Caravan.

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All seem very similar to me.

I'm happy with mine, see my sig. for make/model.


Watch the weight if going for larger output.

Regards, David
Peugeot 308 GT Premium, 1.5 diesel 2021

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Don't have a Kiam but I do have a Kipor Digital 1000TI (the Honda copy :ph34r: )

The only advice I would give is that 1kw output may not be enough and consider this carefully before buying.

I use my generator on the allotment a lot to power drills and an angle grinder - I wish I had bought a 2k one which would have allowed me to use the shredder.

Useful bit of kit though and very quiet considering.

Going off topic, what on earth do you grow that requires you to use drills and an angle grinder?

Poolebob

Honda CRV Diesel Petrol & No caravan now. :angry:

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Going off topic, what on earth do you grow that requires you to use drills and an angle grinder?

Poolebob

Fruit cage made of old scaffold poles - making and erecting a shed - 5 compost bins made from old pallets - frames for brassicas to support netting - frames for runner beans - the list is endless.

Willerby Avonmore previous kit VW Splitty Camper,Ford Transit Camper, Commer Highwayman, Sprite Alpine Caravan, Rapids Export Folding Caravan, Fiat Autosleeper Harmony, Ci Granduca Motorhome, McLouis Glen 432 Motorhome, American RV Trail-Lite twin slide outs 8.2ltr petrol/lpg, Lunar Solaris Limited Edition Caravan.

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