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Solar Charged Exterior Lights

Solar Charged Exterior Lights

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Solar Charged Exterior Lights

At Amoroc we take the safety of you and your family very seriously. With Eskom's constant load-shedding your outdoor lighting will be interrupted, creating opportunities for possible break-ins.

These solar charged lights can be placed anywhere outside your house, and they won't cost you an arm and a leg! At only R99 each, it's a no brainer!

Contact Amoroc for more information.

Solar Charged Exterior Lights

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Amoroc turns homes and businesses throughout the Overberg into smart properties with their range of quality barrier and security solutions. The Hermanus-based company specialises in the supply, installation and maintenance of SABS approved shutters, garage doors, vehicle barriers and automation prod...

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