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Old 08-18-2016, 01:08 PM   #15
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Talking EarthTec lithium solar generator

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I am not affiliated with Earth Tec, but if you want a quiet generator. Here it is.... A solar-powered generator is the epitome of reliability and can provide all of the energy you need. Best of all, generators that rely on solar power are eco-friendly and are not dependent on fossil fuels or electricity.

Unlike noisy gas-powered models, these quiet solar generators donít emit fumes and donít require much maintenance. Lights, refrigerators and freezers, and TVs can stay operational when the grid goes down. Laptops, phones and home alarm systems will keep running with these eco-friendly generators.

Solar Chargers - Portable Solar Power - Solar Products For those who live in there rv fulltime, this is a must have.
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Hello Everyone,

I am not affiliated with Earth Tec, but if you want a quiet generator. Here it is.... A solar-powered generator is the epitome of reliability and can provide all of the energy you need. Best of all, generators that rely on solar power are eco-friendly and are not dependent on fossil fuels or electricity.

Unlike noisy gas-powered models, these quiet solar generators don’t emit fumes and don’t require much maintenance. Lights, refrigerators and freezers, and TVs can stay operational when the grid goes down. Laptops, phones and home alarm systems will keep running with these eco-friendly generators.

Solar Chargers - Portable Solar Power - Solar Products For those who live in there rv fulltime, this is a must have.
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Old 08-18-2016, 04:04 PM   #17
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Cherokeeaz Welcome to iRV2.

The little 60W gen is not even close to a 7.5KW diesel. It would be a very expensive toy to charge cell phones and other small devices. And it surly won't run an air conditioner.
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