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The most affordable solar system in Africa

Discussion in 'Nafasi za Kazi na Tenda' started by SunnyDaysTZ, Feb 9, 2010.

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    SunnyDaysTZ Senior Member

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    The most affordable solar system in Africa at only TZS 65,000
    The system comprises a solar panel,2 led lamps,wiring and a phone charger.Perfect for use during power outages and where electricity is not available.

    Free delivery in Dar es salaam.

    Contact us today to place your order

    Opportunities for agents/sales reps are highly sought,run your own business with little start-up costs,very attractive margins for sales agents.

    +255 77 241 3020
     
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    Pape JF-Expert Member

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    Give us your company profile please!
     
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    DrMosha Member

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    Can we have the specs please. It sounds to cheap to be true.
     
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    thesonofafrica Member

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    the last two times, your price for this same product was 55,000/=.How comes suddenly the price is 65,OOO/= ?
     
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    Kiranga JF-Expert Member

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    I take it that you mean solar energy system.

    Our solar system is made of of the sun, it's planets and the other minions of shenanigans in the region.
     
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    Kitia JF-Expert Member

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    Pictures, specs and price would make your advert more inviting to prospective customers.
     
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    Mama Mdogo JF-Expert Member

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    Nahitaji set nne, lakini kwanza naomba kujua zimetengenezwa wapi?
     
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    Victoire JF-Expert Member

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    Hiyo energy umeongezea amesema solar system in AFRICA.
     
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    SunnyDaysTZ Senior Member

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    Apologies,that was a typo,it was supposed to read solar lighting system in Africa.
    Regarding pricing,please note the recommended retail price is 65,000.Sales reps get discounted prices (TZS 55,000) but this comes with MOQ of 5 kits.Apologies for the confusion.

    Please find below specs for the product.

    Each kit comes with
    2W SOLAR PANEL
    POWER BOX
    PHONE CHARGER (STANDARDISED FOR NOKIA PHONES)
    WIRING
    2XLED LAMPS.

    If you would like to purchase a kit,please contact us on 0772413020 or alternatively visit our agent in Sinza Mori,Ibra Shop (this is along the road that goes to Mlimani City).

    I would love to place advert here but I dont know how to upload photos on JF.
     
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    Mahesabu JF-Expert Member

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    TOO MUCH OF ANYTHING IS HARMFUL.....!
    Kwa nini umeipost kwenye viwanja tofauti? naanza kutilia shaka UJUMBE WAKO....!
    SORRY FOR THIS....!
     
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    dicksonpm Member

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    What about the storage of charge , I don't see anything in the package.... I also would like to know are the panels mono or polycrystalline?
     
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    carmel JF-Expert Member

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    i like to know more about this
     
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    SunnyDaysTZ Senior Member

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    Hi,

    Panels are mono crystalline.Charge stored for 6-8 hours of use for 2 lights.

    Please contact us on +255 77 241 3020 and we can schedule a product demonstration for you.
     
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    Belo JF-Expert Member

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    Hivi hayo matangazo unalipia mkuu?, naona kuna thread 3 zinafanya promotion ya kitu kimoja
     
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    RedDevil JF-Expert Member

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    Naomba uliniletee hapa kwangu maeneo ya ubungo, unaweza kuni-PM tafadhali, lakini ujiandae maswali zaidi maana sijajua vizuri hivyo vifaa ni kweli vinaweza kufanya hiyoo kazi, na hizo lamps zina specs gani? Inawezekana ni lamp ndogo ambazo ni watts chini ya tano.
     
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    Augustine Moshi JF-Expert Member

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    This is just what the doctor ordered. It's precisely the kind of technology that will improve the quality of life of the downtrodden rural masses.

    Sasa mnazo units za kutosha kweli? I can see a demand for millions of units.

    Muwe tayari kufanya demonstrative installations huko mikoani. Na vipi, installation Dar ni free au kuna additional charges.

    Tangazo kama hili ni sawa kabisa kuliweka hapa JF. Wote tunafaidika, tena sana.
     
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    k_u_l_i Senior Member

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    Mkuu solar kit ya 2 Watt ni kidogo mno. Unahitaji kama 50W kutosheleza mahitaji ya taa za LED peke yake kumurika nyumba ndogo. Hii kit inawafaa wale watoto wa shule kufanya experiment.

    ┬ČK
     
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    Sinkala JF-Expert Member

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    Pengine nahitaji kuvaa mawani hapa !! Sasa watt mbili (2W) zinatosha kufanya kazi gani? Sidhani kama hata bulb ya tochi itawaka!!
     
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    SunnyDaysTZ Senior Member

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    2w is actually sufficient lighting for reading and doing work in the evening.

    i think you need to see the product to appreciate it,its an affordable product for the mass market,for years Africans have been promised development,electricity,lighting,etc but we all know it may well take the next 10,100,1000 years before the family in the village somewhere in the middle of our country get access to modern lighting.Africa needs solutions now,and thats exactly what our product is,its a solution for right now,people cannot wait for the grid to come to their villages,they need solutions to improve their lives now,these solutions must be affordable enough for the people to afford such products.

    I challenge you this,when you have time,come and take a look at my product,i guarantee you that its the best alternative to kibataris and candles today,then i challenge you to find a similar product cheaper than the current price and i will match that price.

    thank you to everyone for the constructive criticisms and feedback.I trust you will all purchase our solar lighting product for your homes/farms and village dwellings.

    Thanks,
     
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    SunnyDaysTZ Senior Member

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    Thank you for your comments Augustine

    Installation is DIY.You can even have the kit altered to your own specs by having longer wires and attaching additional lamps.
     
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