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Best buy guide on inverters, generators and solar panels for home use

Ever been in a situation where you’re watching your favorite episode on Telemundo or Sports Channels or probably playing your favorite video game with bae and you are winning but at some point before you played that last hand that will make you win the bet with bae, PHCN strikes?

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You can imagine the frustration that would follow, that is after hitting your head against the door in the very dark room.

Sincerely, with the frequent black power across the nation today, Generators, Inverters and Solar Panels are now more of a necessity than a luxury appliance with frequent power cuts across Nigeria.

Inverters and Solar Panels are now referred to as the ‘21st century alternative source of power in Nigeria’. Due to its pollution-free capabilities, they are alternative powers every household should have especially for homes with small children.

Inverters today also support solar power system as they convert DC power generated by solar panels and store it in batteries. These get transformed to power which can be used for home appliances.

These solar systems used to be quite expensive but for as low as N45,000 on Konga.com, you can own an Inverter & a Solar panel with as low as N75,000 for both.

How to choose an inverter or a solar panel for your home

Price:

You certainly want to bother about the price, but, most of all, you want to be sure you get value for the price you pay. If you buy cheaply but it turns out a disaster, that's money completely lost. Good quality products naturally cost more, but be sure you get a fair price.

At Konga.com, we guarantee you that we offer some of the cheapest online prices on our Inverters, Generators and Solar Panel. We dare you to check.

Define your critical needs:

What do you want to power with an inverter or your solar panel? What are your most important needs to power with your inverter or solar panels? You can use fans in place of air conditioners, for instance.

You can use energy-saving bulbs in place of the regular tubes you have. You can run your freezer when there is public supply but keep it off the inverter. Simply put, with pragmatic selection, you can trim to an inverter capacity you can afford.

With such careful evaluation, most homes can scale down to a 1.4KVA/ 2.5KVA inverter. That applies to small offices, too. Configure to your most basic and critical needs so you can begin to enjoy the enormous value inverters offer.

What brand of inverters do you need?

Some of the names available in the Nigerian market and on Konga include Sukam, MPower, Luminous, Prag etc.

Can you identify any users of the inverter brand and do they have a good story to tell about its performance? Find some proof from friends that have bought before on Konga and ensure that this product has measured up in use.

Technical support available?

Yes! At Konga, we offer you post sales technical support on any inverter/solar panel or generator that you purchase from us.  

Got warranty?

No matter the brand you are considering, we have a huge stock of it and it comes with good warranty.  We won’t leave you stranded.

Automation and digital display: 

Is the inverter fully automatic, requiring no manual intervention in its operation? That's what you want, isn't it? Besides, there are inverters that provide continuous digital display on an LCD panel, showing the battery level and status.

Such information can help you in managing the equipment. We proudly introduce you to our M-Power Inverter with Digital Display.

So, there it goes. What are you waiting for? At Konga and with our Inverters, Generators and Solar Panels, we put our money where our mouth is. We walk the talk. Visit us today and check us out.

This is a feature by Konga.com.

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