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Kodiak Off Grid Power Generator: How Powerful is it?

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In this video I do a more in depth testing of the inergy kodiak portable generator with different appliances and power tools. See my original video here

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7 thoughts on “Kodiak Off Grid Power Generator: How Powerful is it?

  1. Get an amazing 20% off this product here including a free camp light. Order valid until Jan 28th. (ENTER COUPON CODE: canadianprepper)

  2. Thanx for the grest review. Is it going to work for 220V machines? or can the company modify it to fit the europian or british electrical standards?

  3. I watched this video the other day but did my due diligence anyway. Thank you again for the great info! Just placed my order.

  4. Canadian Prepper – thanks for all your content and this channel! I took advantage of the 20% off with Inergy and ordered me a kit. It is quite expensive, however, I want to make sure my family is set for comfort or as close to comfort as possible should I not be around. Thanks again!

  5. UNAVOIDABLE FACTS:
    Some have said how frugal the small 2000 watt generators can be, yet even with limited 25% usage, the fuel consumption would be nearly 100 gallons of gas per year, and that doesn’t cover oil and gas filters, nor the oil required for the changes. Renewable IS the way to go – be it the Kodiak or what ever your favorite flavor, as JUST the diminishing fuel availability makes it the clear winner for long term. Water, Wind, and Solar were abundant for the last 2 Billion years – Gas stations – NOT SO MUCH!
    Oh and for those who might claim solar panels drop in effectiveness -they do! However they’d likely outlive you if you fail to stash a few for back-up!!!

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