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Gokals Store
Friday, March 01, 2013

SIMMONS is now introducing new portable airconditioners in three sizes 9000BTU, 12000BTU and 16000btu. The main features of Simmons portable airconditioners are:

* Water Auto-evaporated

* No water drainage needed

* Heat pump

* Powerful cooling function

* 24—hour timer

* Sleep mode

* Direct- wash filter

* Large Screen LCD Display with Backlight

* Refrigerant R410a

Simmons also has split type airconditioner sizes: 9000btu, 12000btu, 18000btu & 24000btu and cassette type airconditioners available in different sizes. Simmons airconditioner comes with three metre piping. Installation also done by Gokals.

Simmons airconditioners use R410a refrigerant and is eco-friendly. Established in 1929, Gokals store is known as the market leader in all consumer electronics, be it small home appliances, audio visual products or white goods, boasting world famous brands such as Sharp, Philips, Simmons, Whirlpool and JVC.

Gokals says they have a legacy in providing quality and affordable electronic range. Whether it is shavers, hairdryers, washers or refrigerators, Gokals houses the range for every home. Located at Pier St, wwSuva, and main street Nadi, their superb customer service and prominent range will amaze any shopper.

Embarked on providing their customers with superior quality products, Gokals is now offering their customers with Jack N Jill snacks and confectioneries as well.

Housing remarkable and breakthrough technological electronics such as air plasma cluster ION generator, 3D TVs, four colour LED TVs, stylish and elegant washer, to modern age honeycomb deodoriser refrigerators to inverter series airconditioners, Gokals are surely the best choice for any home and office need.

Visit your nearest Gokals outlet for a truly superb shopping experience today!

They've got kitchen appliances, chest freezers, fridges, built-in oven and latest design of bench insert stoves. All the products are also available on higher-purchase from MH Homemaker store Fiji-wide.


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