This looks a nice bit of kit, but it is not the answer to "life; the Universe; and wild camping power supply"
Here are some things you need to know, if they are not a problem go ahead and get one.
Running cost @ 0.68 l/hr and £1.20 per litre = £0.80 per hour
Max power = 1000 watt. Plenty for TV / radio but not for enough for van or water heating.
Run time for tank full = 4.5l @0.68 l/hr = 6.5 hrs. You'll need to carry more petrol somehow.
Noise level not given.
"Life is what happens to you while you're busy making other plans."
are there any rules and regulations limiting how much petrol you can carry in cans in a motor home?
Don't forget to pick some sugar up at the same time, add some to the petrol it makes them quieter
Dont understand why anyone requires a gen in a 12v van,for what,tv 12v ,lights 12v and gas for most other things.
Only dirty people wash
i bought one of these last time they had them on sale not for the van my i'm a fair weather camper and my solar has never let me down! but as a back up at home was once a victim of a power line down we were without power for 4 days lost a freezer full of stuff that alone justifies having one sat in its box in the garage just in case,
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