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Keep the Lights on When SHTF! Kodiak Inergy Solar Generator

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I do a final breakdown of the inergy kodiak portable power generator and why its the BEST choice for preppers/ off-gridders/ homesteaders and RV’s.

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17 thoughts on “Keep the Lights on When SHTF! Kodiak Inergy Solar Generator

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

    1. I got one of the first units in the pre-launch deal. It’s been amazing and I’ve run it pretty dang hard. Powers all my car camping gear, including the ARB fridge/freezer for an endless amount of time off the grid with the solar panels. There are some tricks to running a fridge/freezer I’ve found due to the DC voltage. If anyone wants to know my trick just search youtube for other reviews and you’ll find my response with details.

      Just yesterday I took the Kodiak up to my brothers mine property for some work. We installed some structural steel so I used it for the roto hammer drill running a 1″ bit, 4 1/2″ grinder with cutting disc and sander. It’s an amazing little machine!

      Literally the first day I owned it, the power went out on the hottest day of the year for over 12 hours. The wife had just returned from the grocery store with nearly $500.00 in almost all cold or frozen food. Ran the full-size fridge/freezer for the whole 12 hours and saved all the new food and everything else!!!

      I will say that I don’t really care for their aluminum backed solar panels but only because of the connections to one another suck! If not for those connections, they are great too.

      Canadian Prepper, I have a tip for your and everyone else. If you are running something with high amp draw you can get a 30 AMP RV plug to a standard 120/15 amp adapter either online or Wal-Mart. It’s a cheap accessory to keep along with your unit for stuff like the circular saw but not required as you know. Also, I keep my unit in a RIDGID 22 in. Pro Tool Box, model #222570 ($40.00 US). Has room for foam and all your other cables, etc!

    2. You should learn to distinguish between “corporations” and small American free market embracing businesses who seek to push the envelope of scientific innovation to bring people the BEST technology in its class. I could easily have reviewed one of the handful of “pretty” generators out there who are all for show with no guts, but I picked the most functional unit, because its the best.

    3. Sorry….I had to UNSUB. I like your advice, but not the advertisement. City Prepper has the same issue. I can’t trust you when you are in bed with the corporations.

  2. Ok, no joking now. Will this unit power my small chest freezer and kitchen refrigerator overnight.  I don’t have the wattage rates for both, but can you give an approximate rating for me?

  3. The commercialization of @Canadian Prepper is quite tragic, and not necessary. He is wise enough to succeed without all of this nonsense.

  4. In short order, there will be a product on the market with same/better qualities for less money.
    $ 2000 for one battery, one inverter and one charge controller is excessive!
    For example: I bought a used 2000 watt whisper gas generator that runs over 8 h on two liters of gas by 1/2 load for $ 200!

    1. I’ve already discussed the drawbacks of gas generators, obviously you can buy a gas generator for much cheaper but its loud, it cannot be recharged via solar, cannot be safetly run indoors, among other things. With the discount the unit is 1520 with a built in charge controller and inverter among the dozen other attributes. Its cheap when you compare the other options and price points on the market its the best deal there is today for Li-Ion batteries. Period.

    1. Thanks man! As always, love the videos! I can’t tell you much I’ve learnt. Your approach on all the topics you cover is quite refreshing.

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