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Binatone to introduce fan with digital sound


By: Fred Yaw Sarpong
sarpong007@gmail.com

Binatone Ghana will soon introduce a new fan which has a digital sound system onto the Ghanaian market.

Mr. Venu Babu, the Managing Director (MD) of Binatone Ghana said “the ITAL-1660 looks more like a work of art than a product and we are just three (3) months away from launching the Music Fan.”

According to him, Binatone always make sure that quality and affordable products are introduced onto the Ghanaian market.

“We are so excited to have this cutting edge products brought to the African and Ghanaian consumer. Products that are designed for the local needs at prices our customers can afford,” said Mr. Babu in a statement issued by the company and copied the Daily Express.

The statement said Binatone which have been in West Africa for 45 years and already a household name in Ghana, is known for making high quality everyday use electrical appliances, backed by a nationwide 2 year warranty.

It said with a constant desire to bring continuously better products to the Ghanaian consumer, Binatone engaged the renowned Italian designer, Gina Gianni to design a fan that would enhance the décor of any household.

“She worked closely with the Binatone engineers to ensure that good design was paired with outstanding performance and high reliability. The result is the spectacular ITAL-1660,” the statement added.

Binatone have been so pleased with the collaboration that the talented young Gina has been commissioned for another exciting Binatone project.

She is now in the advanced stage of designing the world’s first Tower Fan with a Bluetooth speaker. Guaranteed to the hub of any modern home, it will be the first ever fan with a digital music system.

The fan will be available for purchase in all electronic stores in Ghana, such as Melcom, Shoprite, Games, and other leading stores across the country.

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