Find everything you need for your home at M Tehnika. They sell everything you need to turn your apartment or house into a comfortable and safe haven.
Everything for construction and home improvement
Are you renovating your apartment? Are you building the house of your dreams? Or has your refrigerator just conked out, and you’re now looking for the best deal? At M Tehnika, you’ll find everything you need to make your home—your home. Talk to the helpful sales assistants who will help you choose all the necessary building materials, or ask them for practical advice on picking a new home appliance.
You'll be amazed at the wide range of household appliances on sale: everything from washing machines, dryers, refrigerators, dishwashers, microwave ovens and various kitchen appliances from well-known brands to small electrical appliances. Replace worn-out appliances and check out the latest irons, vacuum cleaners, sewing machines, humidifiers or air dryers, fans and personal care appliances. Techies also get their money’s worth at M Tehnika: here you’ll find the latest models of various electronic devices, mobile phones, TV sets, and other gadgets.
Visit M Tehnika today and turn your dilapidated apartment into a safe haven, or build a house in which you will feel comfortable and safe.
Your best neighbour is located at the Supernova Shopping Center
The Mercator Group is one of the largest corporate groups in Slovenia and consists of associate companies. Based in the Republic of Slovenia, the company named Poslovni sistem Mercator, d.d., controls all companies of the Group. It is present in Slovenia with ten companies, and in the other markets of South-eastern Europe, six associate companies operate within the Mercator Group.
The primary and main activity of the Mercator Group is the retail sale of food and household goods, which is further expanded by offering a variety of complementary services. Their goal is to provide customers with a comprehensive experience that combines a variety of affordable products and renowned brands with a premium offering. With the "Radi imamo domače" (eng.: "We love homegrown") campaign, they encourage the development of local producers and the use of their products.