For Sale: 135W Portable Fish Creek Pond Solar Panel System

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CampADK
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For Sale: 135W Portable Fish Creek Pond Solar Panel System

Postby CampADK » Fri Mar 09, 2012 11:59 am

We have too much stuff! But maybe you don't!

We have our 135W portable solar panel setup we used to use (2 seasons) at Fish Creek up for sale.

It is totally portable. Wheels around all the fine sites at Fish Creek but would be even more useful at other parks with a bit more open space. You can tilt as well for optimum angle to the sun. Would be great on top of your travel trailer, RV, boat or cottage. Paid over $900 just for the panel, controller and wire.

My homemade PVC portable frame folds down for easy storage.

You'll get a good 8.25A charge under full sun. No need for a generator.

This fine system can be yours for the low low price of $325!

Lets take a close look...

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Free delivery to any site at Fish Creek! (applicable dates will apply)

PM me or email dave@campadk.com if you are interested.

Cheers!
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CampADK
Site Admin & Devote FCP Camper
Site Admin & Devote FCP Camper
Posts: 3739
Joined: Sun Sep 17, 2006 11:01 am
Years at Fish Creek: 15
Camping Equipment: 13ft Scotty 1976 Cabin Cruiser Reno
Your Real Name (optional): Dave & Kate McGrath
Camp Sign Name (optional): CAMPADK
Location: Ottawa, Ontario
Contact:

135W Portable Fish Creek Pond Solar Panel SOLD!

Postby CampADK » Sat Mar 10, 2012 2:39 pm

SOLD!

That was quick. Only took 1/2 day to sell. Mind you I had it priced pretty cheap... the panel is off to enjoy some Blue Grass festivals! :lol:

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