Reddot MiniGeza - makes the cheapest hot water ever advertorial

2015-05-27 06:00

IT is estimated by Eskom that in excess of four million homes out of a total of the 10.2 million homes that have electricity, do not have the ability to produce or store large volumes of hot water for the family - a basic requirement for good health and comfort.

Due to the expense, many existing homes and even some built today do not come with an installed geyser, which can account for up to 40% of your average household electricity bill. A standard geyser on average turns on every hour for six minutes for 365 days of the year and even the smallest can cost over R5 000 to purchase and install.

The solution to this problem - the Reddot MiniGeza.

The Reddot MiniGeza is safe, portable, easy to use, makes the cheapest hot water ever (+- 50 cents for 20 litres of boiling water) and is far more efficient than any fixed geyser.


Heats water:

- Very quickly (unique design)

- Meets safety standards (SABS/IEC)

- Is simple to operate

- Is extremely economical

- Can be used anywhere anytime

- Works in any container, basin, wash tub, bucket, drum, children’s pool, jacuzzi and baths, etcl.

The Reddot MiniGeza includes a heating element, a protective shroud, cable, molded plug, patented properties and safety control switch, and operates on any 220/230 volt 50 Hz electrical system.

Each Reddot MiniGeza brings warmth and comfort to you, and comes with a full color A4 double-sided and#039;product/instruction for useand#039; information sheet, which includes tips on how to care for the MiniGeza.

It will produce “The cheapest hot water ever.”

The Reddot MiniGeza is the cheapest way of obtaining domestic hot water. It includes the heating element, cable, plug, protective shroud, patented properties and safety control switch.

Efficiency - It is widely accepted that the Reddot MiniGeza out-performs other non-shrouded elements because of the convection it creates in the shroud and the resultant speedier heating of the water. The efficiency of the Reddot MiniGeza will be greatly enhanced if the container has a cover/lid.

Twenty litres of tap water can be heated in roughly 12 to 18 minutes.

Convenience - Primarily because of its portability, unique patented shroud and sealing system, the Reddot MiniGeza stands way out in front of other heating methods.

Safety - The Reddot MiniGeza must be used FULLY immersed in water at all times without any fear of harm/danger. It is IEC 335 safety standard approved. The cable and sleeve should be handled carefully and are not to be used when damaged. A cut-out switch has also been added to further enhance safety.

Reliability - The Reddot MiniGeza is powered­ by a specially made electric element. It is a tried and tested product that should deliver reliable service when used as per instructions.

Hygiene - The Reddot MiniGeza is effective for heating water in both urban and rural areas for general cleansing and hygiene.

The Reddot MiniGeza water heater is eminently­ suitable in preventing the spread of potentially life -threatening diseases, such as Cholera, to millions who are exposed to it, but correctly raising the temperature of the infected water.

General - The Reddot MiniGeza can be operated­ in any position, provided it is always fully under water and correctly earthed. Only switch on and off when the unit is completely immersed.

Maintenance - The Reddot MiniGeza operation­ is maintenance-free.

Contact – CS Distributors (Pty) Ltd

Phone or Whatsapp - 083 657 7682 or 071 677 6080.

Bbm – 2B7ACE26

Price - R360 each


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