I bought mine at Pricesmart, Samsung. Last Black friday and did check around for best price. Save I think around 8000 DOP if I remember well.Do you know what chains offer Inverter refrigerators for sale?
Never heard about protection of spikes build in but I plug it to a protection device with a delay when electric comes back on after a failure.You just reminded me of my father. He used to say he didn’t buy green bananas
You know we bought an inverter refrigerator, if we needed anything else we’d go with inverter again. Not only to save electricity (we’re currently on a fixed contract anyway) but because the technology protects the appliances from electricity spikes. Right?
Olly, the report I'm talking about is "mi consumo". After you sign up they send it every week. Here is what one looks like:Cant find the report you refer to on the Edenorte site ! Do you have the price per kWh for over 700 kWh consumption.
Is your refrigerator on max cold? We pay on average < 800 DOP and we have a microwave, washing machine, and multiple fans, plus more than one outdoor light.I pay two EdeNorte accounts one on an occupied dwelling, the other on an unoccupied apt on an unmetered account.
The unmetered account shows monthly usage fluctuation but nothing changes and couldn't be monitored if it did.
Last month 1200 pesos for the account on and empty unit with only a refrigerator on and one outdoor LED porch light.
It's smoke and mirrors
No response??????A few years ago EdeNorte replaced my meter.
I asked them to give me one that did not run fast.
The techs laughed and said something in Spanish,
that this one was a 'Bolt' meter.
What's that, I asked.
They responded, 'Bolt' is a very fast runner.
It would be interesting to compare posters' different
meter model types when seemingly very low (or very high)
consumption is reported.
Wow. It took 50 posts to get to the obvious answer.Sometimes neighbors will steal power from your meter - it is really common here