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Challenge Xtreme 2.2kW Generator.

* Peak power 2200W.
* Rated power 2000W.
* Fuel tank 12 litres.
* DC output 12V/8.3A.
* AC output 230-240V~50Hz.
* Engine displacement 171cc.
* 4 stroke drive engine.
* Convenient fuel gauge.
* Practical voltmeter.
* Switch for equipment reliability.
* Helpful tank level indicator.
* Weight 43kg.
* Size (H)53, (W)43, (D)53.5cm.
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http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/96-7070899SPA72UC581062M.jpg
#2
Perfect for the Zombiepocalypse......
banned#3
Perfect to run a kettle.....just.
#4
These are noisey and expensive to run, also not a not great make. You'd be better off trying to find a decent secondhand diesel one from eBay or running a 2000w inverter from your car.
#5
SHOWMAN36
Perfect to run a kettle.....just.
Yes, and then unplug the kettle and plug your fridge freezer back in. SHOWMAN36 is right to a point sammy321, this generator can run a Kettle, an Iron, a Hair Dryer, etc. It could 'probably' run your Fridge Freezer BUT you'd probably have to have no other load ie you could probably only run one appliance at a time. I'd doubt it could run any appliance at all with a motor eg a Washing Machine. These things are best suited to running power tools (drill, jigsaw, grinder etc), on a site were there is no or limited access to an electrical power supply.
banned#6
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SHOWMAN36
Perfect to run a kettle.....just.
Yes, and then unplug the kettle and plug your fridge freezer back in. SHOWMAN36 is right to a point sammy321, this generator can run a Kettle, an Iron, a Hair Dryer, etc. It could 'probably' run your Fridge Freezer BUT you'd probably have to have no other load ie you could probably only run one appliance at a time. I'd doubt it could run any appliance at all with a motor eg a Washing Machine. These things are best suited to running power tools (drill, jigsaw, grinder etc), on a site were there is no or limited access to an electrical power supply.


+1

I have 25Kva in the garage as a back up in case of power cuts (live out in the sticks) sorry its 12kva not 25!


Edited By: SHOWMAN36 on Dec 15, 2010 11:14: piles
#7
Blasphemous
SHOWMAN36
Perfect to run a kettle.....just.
Yes, and then unplug the kettle and plug your fridge freezer back in. SHOWMAN36 is right to a point sammy321, this generator can run a Kettle, an Iron, a Hair Dryer, etc. It could 'probably' run your Fridge Freezer BUT you'd probably have to have no other load ie you could probably only run one appliance at a time. I'd doubt it could run any appliance at all with a motor eg a Washing Machine. These things are best suited to running power tools (drill, jigsaw, grinder etc), on a site were there is no or limited access to an electrical power supply.
Agree with most of your post but washing machine motors don't take much power.
#8
Skybird
Blasphemous
SHOWMAN36
Perfect to run a kettle.....just.
Yes, and then unplug the kettle and plug your fridge freezer back in. SHOWMAN36 is right to a point sammy321, this generator can run a Kettle, an Iron, a Hair Dryer, etc. It could 'probably' run your Fridge Freezer BUT you'd probably have to have no other load ie you could probably only run one appliance at a time. I'd doubt it could run any appliance at all with a motor eg a Washing Machine. These things are best suited to running power tools (drill, jigsaw, grinder etc), on a site were there is no or limited access to an electrical power supply.
Agree with most of your post but washing machine motors don't take much power.


No but the water heater does...

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