Yamaha Generators

FREE pre-delivery on all generators sold (includes full tank of fuel and a mechanical test run to ensure your generator is up and ready to go).

The YAMAHA Inverter range is lightweight, quiet, portable and easy to use. They are the perfect accessory to take with you on your next camping trip, or for when the power goes out at home.




  1. NEW Yamaha EF2200iS

    2.2kVA - Generator - Powerful enough for appliances, tools and electronic devices without taking too much valuable space. It's the ideal generator for campers, caravanners, adventurers and outdoor enthusiasts.

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  2. Yamaha EF1000iS

    1kVA - Generator - This small but hardworking unit is perfect for camping, fishing, boating, the caravan, motorhome and RV, and will run all your sensitive electronic equipment and accessories

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  3. Yamaha EF2000iS

    2kVA - Generator - The EF2000iS has enough power to run a microwave oven, a camping fridge, small air conditioner, kettle or television

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  4. Yamaha EF2400iS

    2.4kVA - Generator - The EF2400iS has that little extra grunt, but still as quiet as ever. Using Inverter technology, the EF2400iS is our best seller for caravans. Light and super quiet.

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  5. Yamaha EF2800iS

    2.8kVA - Generator - The EF2800i will power anything from power tools to sophisticated electronic equipment including laptops, tablets and computers.

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  6. Yamaha EF3000iSE

    3kVA - Generator - The ultimate generator on wheels, the EF3000iSE is capable of producing clean, quiet, high quality electricity around the home, caravan and even on the construction site or market stall.

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  7. Yamaha EF6300ISE

    6.3 kVA - Generator - The EF6300iSE quietly cranks out up to 6.3kVA of pure sine wave inverter power at 230 volts to confidently run high-demand items like pumps and RV air conditioners, as well as sensitive equipment like plasma TVs and computers.

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  8. Yamaha EF7200E

    6kVA - Generator - Capable of running most homes in an emergency situation (including taking on heavy load items such fridges and air conditioners).

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