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World of Solar Announces Their Largest Sale Ever, the Price Crash Sale That Means All Products Are 50% off

June 2013 World of Solar, a leading supplier of solar-powered has just announced their largest sale ever. Dubbed the “Price Crash Sale,” this means that for a limited time every product available on the World of Solar website is offered at 50% off. The owners of World of Solar are proud to offer these deep discounts on all of the products they sell as both appreciation for their loyal customers and as a way to get more solar-powered products into the hands of environmentally conscious consumers. 

When the World of Solar team announced that all of the products on their website were discounted at 50% many were skeptical, but anyone who goes to the site will see that it is absolutely correct. Every item is half price and the company’s standard 12 month warranty still applies to any product even if purchases during this sale. 

World of Solar offers solar garden lights, solar fairy lights, solar security lights, solar path lights, solar water features and several solar-powered gadgets for use around the house. When visitors land on the World of Solar website they will see each product represented by a professional photograph with the large “Sale” banner prominent in the product description. Each product listing also features a brief product description, price and indication if the product is in stock. The World of Solar team does caution shoppers that the 50% “Price Crash Sale” is for a limited time and only applies to items in stock. Site visitors can search for the discounted lighting by color, size or price and they can also compare products on the site and then purchase the lighting directly from the site. 

To browse through the discounted solar items and to learn more about World of Solar, visit their website at www.worldofsolar.com or call +44 (0)1257 471869 to speak with a company representative. World of Solar also has a presence on Facebook and Twitter.

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