I can only tell you what I have on the special buys leaflet now as this was not on the Aldi UK website as of posting.
Its an inverter generator but its not stated if its pure sinewave or square wave which is important if you plan to run an inductive load such as a compressor or microwave
Will run 'sensitive electronics' but so will a square wave uninterruptible power supply so that means nothing. Says it will run power tools so maybe?? sine wave?!
Is it better than all the other Chinese suitcase Genny offerings, such as Clarke, Ryobi, Kipor, Hyundai? Not sure but its a massive 5 year warranty!!!!
There are many a Kipor (which some rave about) on eBay with broken inverter boards which renders them useless due to the prohibitive cost of a replacement one.
I think this is 4 stroke as its reasonably quiet (69dB at 7 metres) compared to Honda's flagship EU2000i which is 59db (full load) but 4 times the price. It also says runs on regular unleaded but info is vague.
From the picture it looks like it has a smart throttle to adjust revs to load and 12 volt output, again not in the description.
I wouldn't run this on a campsite unless you have a very long lead and could put it in the next field but its pictured on a caravan site.
I have a Honda Eu2000i running on LPG gas and a Honda Ex650. I know a bit about cheap Chinese generators and their pitfalls. E.g. dodgy power capacitors on the inverter, oil leaks, fuel leaks, carburettor / fuel pump probs etc.
I recommend running one in on 3/4 load to check for oil leaks which usually come from the oil level sensor.
Always use a fuel additive to inhibit fuel deterioration, I.e. varnishing which blocks the carbs. Drain fuel and run the Genny till it stops to get any residual fuel out of the carb if not using for long periods. A lot of carbs have a drain screw for the carb float bowl which makes life easier
Replace the stock spark plug with an NGK as the stock ones usually cause warm start problems.
If you can fit a decent inline fuel filter between the fuel tank and carb without voiding warranty, do so. Don't pick the cheapest, smallest filter, especially if there is no fuel pump (it varies, some are just gravity fed) or you risk fuel starvation.
Don't pull the starter cord if you are not on a level with the Genny. I've seen many with damage to the Genny case and starter cord from the cord being pulled up at a sharp angle.
Check the manufacturers handbook re. air filter cleaning, changing (and oiling sponge type) and don't run on sand or sandy soil as it will draw all the crap into the air filter
Happy camping etc. Please give me some credit for this. I did it all on a mobile with the HUKD app which is far from perfect.