Lizzie Pope
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Fancy a compact portable generator to power life's luxuries on your caravan holidays? Enter our competition and you could win this lightweight 1000W unit!

One lucky Practical Caravan reader will win this Hyundai HY1000Si portable petrol inverter generator worth £419.99 – it could be you!

Just take a moment to fill in the form at the bottom of this page and you'll be entered into our prize draw.

If you love your home comforts on your caravan holidays, a generator will keep your gadgets fully charged. And this compact, lightweight unit even has a mode so it will run quietly, so it's less likely to disturb those pitched nearby.

For every appliance

Engage 'Eco' mode and not only will this clever Hyundai Leisure portable generator reduce its operating volume, it will also match its engine speed to the load being applied, making it more fuel-efficient.

Its pure sinewave output means it can safely power all sensitive electronic devices, such as smartphones, tablets and laptops, without risk of damage.

It produces 1kW of power – more than enough oomph for TVs, small electric heaters, laptops and so on – that can be connected via the 230V socket on the control panel.

There is also a 12V DC battery outlet. And all of this is powered by a 50cc four-stroke easy-start petrol engine.

So, it will let you enjoy using appliances without the worry of tripping the site's electrics, but what else?

You'll be pleased to hear that this generator weighs only 14kg, so it won't take up too much of your caravan's payload. And this new model has been designed to be sleek, making it easier to find space for in your caravan or tow car.

Less worry

The Hyundai 1000W Portable Petrol Inverter Generator HY1000Si should be easy to maintain, too, thanks to a function whereby if the unit detects overloading or a low oil level, it will shut down.

And, as a user, you can monitor the generator's performance. An LCD display shows the frequency, output voltage and more.

If you think this lightweight portable generator, worth £419.99, would be perfect for your next tour, you know what to do...

Enter our competition today! Someone has to win and it could be you.

Just fill in the quick and easy form below – good luck!

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