Latest review: I bought mine 10 years ago - its now done 4000 hours. Starter rope broke at about 1500 hours, took a while to find a rope strong enough and narrow enough to fit, but that has been the only "can't
Latest review: I have a 3.5kva kipor and it is an excellent machine. Starts easy, runs quietly, does not run at high rpm unless heavily loaded. The rpm and load run in unison. Increase in load increases
Latest review: This unit has been in use for over 6 years - it had a life keeping up batteries on board a yacht running 1 to 2 hours nearly each day for 2 years a holiday for 1 year -and the last 3 maintaining a
Latest review: I bought this unit second hand, and according to the hour meter, it'd only done half a hours work ( 4/10 of an hour). When it arrived I fired it up by the pull start, as it didn't come with a
Latest review: I have now owned this genset for six years. It does not undertake a huge workload, but probably typical of a lot of these smaller units. I was a little reluctant to buy it originally because of the
The right to repair movement in Australia is calling for companies to make it easier for their products to be repaired. Here are some electronics and appliance manufacturers who are starting to listen and make it more feasible for consumers to repair, rather than replace, their items.
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