What are we gonna do today what do you think yeah you want to review a generator okay hey guys so today I'm gonna do a review of the Honda EU 2200 I generator a lot of people have given me some real positive feedback about my EU 7000 review so I thought I'd do another one this review is gonna be a little bit different though because it's gonna be part
of a two-part where I'm gonna do a review of this Honda and I'm also gonna do a review of its competitor which is the Yamaha EF mm is generator and that's the version 2 which is the current one got some extra help today what do you think which one are you gonna pick the Honda or the Yamaha I don't know you look pretty comfortable with that Honda so let's start to review
by looking at the generator itself in the control panel one thing on the Honda you're going to notice right off the bat is that all the controls are on the end of the generator and the reason this is important is because if you're transporting this you're typically gonna pick it up by the handle and you're gonna slide it into a space and when you slide it in if all of that equipment is or
plugs is located on the side you're gonna really damage them so I really prefer having the control panel on the end of the generator and this matters because a lot of generators do not have this type of setup it's on the side and you'll see some other reviews I'm gonna do later so and my preference is to have it just like this so I think Honda really did great with this setup
you've got two standard outlets here on the side that you're gonna be able to power your equipment with again keep in mind this is an inverter generator and that means you can run the most sensitive electronics you're really going to...
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