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Keep the Lights on When SHTF! Kodiak Inergy Solar Generator

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12 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. CP on what basis are you criticizing all the “pretty” (as you called them), battery inverters? Have you personally evaluated them yourself or are you going by the Inergy sales material? Looking at specs on paper is not evaluation. Lots of companies lie about their ratings or extend the truth (er under “ideal conditions”)

      There is no scientific innovation in the Kodiak. Its just a bunch of off the shelf components put together. Who knows what quality they are. Show us the internals to prove otherwise. A bunch of car USB chargers, a RC battery power meter sold on eBay/amazon. That proprietary charge port looks like a speakON loudspeaker connector!

    2. 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. Well I tried to buy one but when you get to country you can’t write in Canada or any other country but U. S. A. I’m not a happy camper ??

  3. Canadian Prepper, you being a Canadian ;), is this shipped from Canada or USA to anyone living in Canada ? If shipped from USA into Canada, the price will be a lot more because of the exchange rate and customs/duty tax. Is it shipped Canadapost or Courier? Is this CSA approved for Canada ? Is the battery inside replaceable, or when it is dead, is the whole unit toast ? Has anyone in Canada received one of these to comment on these questions ? I think the portability of this unit is nice, but I can not see bugging out on foot with this unit, (with all the other gear needed) so it would be useful for a house or vehicle unit. For the house something cheaper could be made, but many of us (myself included) are looking for a ready to use unit similar to this. Not so sure this is the right unit and should we be waiting and hoping for something better to come along soon ? Or has time run out?

  4. Ok. You got me. I’m doing a back up solar for my house but this works as a super bug out tool. Looks like it will power my furnace and water pump ( with a couple add on batteries ) and if I have to bug out, it’s coming. I was thinking of buying an inverter and charge control but this is so mobile as well. I’d go with praxis prepper and put that in the case in a garbage bin. Thanks again.

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