If you are currently looking for a large power generator that can supply you with energy in the event of a power failure, then you can strike tomorrow at Aldi in the online shop. The Scheppach SG3400i with inverter technology and remote control is sold cheaply there.
Aldi sells generators for 999 euros
The fear of a blackout in Germany is great, although the danger of it is quite low. Nevertheless, many people want to prepare for an emergency and buy a power generator. Recently, the prices have risen sharply, so that there are rarely really good offers. But that will soon be the case again at Aldi. From December 1, 2022, Aldi will be selling the online shop Scheppach SG3400i with inverter technology and remote control for only 999 euros (take a look at Aldi).
Norma24 (look at Norma24) recently had the power generator on offer for the same price, but has now increased the price slightly. Both Aldi and Norma24 incur shipping costs because it is a really large device. At Amazon you have to pay even more (look at Amazon).
The alternative would be a solar generator:
What speaks for the Scheppach SG3400i?
The Scheppach SG3400i power generator is already a luxury model among power generators. He is particularly quiet at 61 dB, has an extremely high output of up to 3,400 watts and can even operate electric heaters. You can also start the power generator remotely with a remote control, so you don’t even have to walk to the device if it’s in the garden and you run the cable into the house. There is a display for you to read information on and it supports inverter technology so that sensitive hardware can also be connected. Alternatively, you can use a smaller power generator that Aldi also sells.