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Old 14-12-2005, 15:15   #1
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Do You Need Solar Panels?

After waiting 6 weeks, I just received my two 125W panels today and they do have more in stock.

They were very good to deal with and kept me updated on when they expected to receive them from the manufacturer.

http://www.e-marine-inc.com/

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Old 14-12-2005, 18:27   #2
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Angry Priced too high

For a hundred dollars less, I can buy the same panel from these folks.
http://www.wholesalesolar.com/solar-panels.html#ksi

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non marine sources

I boguht my kyrocea 120 watt panels from partsonsale.com. If you watch and look around the home & commercial solar sites you can save a ton of money.

They are the same panels west marine sells but more than half off.
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Well, generally. Whenever you see anything that West Marine sells.

It's usually the items they sale are more expensive than most other dealers out there, would sale them at lower prices.

I agree with Jentine & makai.
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