Brand Profile: Champion

Who are they?

With their bright yellow chassis, Champion definitely produces generators that stand out but how much do we really know about the brand? Founded in 2003, Champion is a a relatively new brand but they are definitely taking the industry by storm! Originally based in Santa Fe Springs, California all their generators and power tools are produced in the United States meaning that when you buy their products you know you are getting a well engineered machine. The American reputation of uncompromising customer service can also be found when dealing with the company.

What can they be used for?

Here at Generator Pro we stock a multitude of different Champion generators. Everything from the 71001l-E, the lightweight bubble bee which produces around 1000 watts to a 240 volt socket making it perfect for camping adventures and industry fairs. To the CPE100136 standby generator producing over 11000 watts and can be powered on both natural gas and LPG. In short they can be used for any power generation need you may have. From home use to industry use, such as: construction, care homes, catering, events and much more.

Why Buy a Champion?

So we now know who Champion are and what we can use their products for but what makes them stand out as a generator manufacturer? When asking some of my colleagues most of them suggested that Champion is the quiet choice. When testing our suitcase generators to see which was the quietest the Champion was scored in second place only being beaten by one of our 240 volt solar powered battery packs (Click here to read our article on silent suitcase generators). Champions are also incredibly reliable however just for your piece of mind, all generators by Champion have at least a 3 year warranty. So, a state of the art design, unparalleled reliability and operating at the same sound level as a ninja you would think that Champion generators are very expensive. In fact their prices would even make Scrooge happy.

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