Honda ENEPO EU9iGB Butane Power Generator

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Honda ENEPO EU9iGB Butane Power Generator

In May of this year, Honda’s new ENEPO EU9iGB Butane Power Generator will go on sale in Japan at select Honda dealers. The EU9iGB is pretty compact as far as generators go. It’s powered by common butane canisters, which makes for safe and easy storage in contrast with gasoline-fueled alternatives. A fold-down handle makes transporting the unit easy.

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The ENEPO can power devices that use 900 W or less such as computers, cooking equipment, or blow dryers. For those requiring more power, you can purchase a parallel connecting cord that links two generators together to kick out 1800 Watts.

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No word on pricing as of yet. (http://world.honda.com)

Published on April 02, 2010

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