I've been eying the Honda 2000 myself. I don't use much electricity much when I tailgate, but overkill is my middle name
Originally Posted by CycloneGB
Just don't be that guy.. We usually run into one that sets his generator about 50 feet from his own tailgate site and on the other side of his camper. Just so happens, that particular spot is right next to where we are set up.
I've never had that happen to me, but you see that alot.
Spending seven grand on a generator just for tailgating is not worth it unless you are a millionare. I bought a 750 watt inverter and bought a marine battery 5 years ago, spent about $200 on the high side.
The comments about noise should be taken into account. Some generators are so loud that those near them can't even have a conversation. In the RV lots those with loud ones try to get there early and put them down in the ditch and use long cords. That is always appreciated. A buddy of mine actually collected cans during every tailgate and in a couple of years had enough $ to get a beautiful Honda. Soooo quiet. Soooo nice.
We always shut our on board generator off at night because of noise impacting sleepers.
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