Neweys Online offer free Elkay carbon calculator with every order over £60

Published:  01 April, 2011

ONLINE: Distributor of electrical supplies, Neweys Online, are pleased to announce that every customer that places an order over £60 online will receive an Elkay Carbon Calculator for free.

Normally worth £30, the Elkay Carbon Calculator will allow customers to assess how much Carbon they can save by calculating C02 emissions and energy usage, whilst also acting as a useful tool in cutting any expensive energy bills – calculating any possible savings.

In a time in which more of an onus than ever before has been placed upon becoming more energy efficient and environmentally aware, the calculator could also serve in helping the household become greener.

Features on the calculator include a blue back lit display, an auto power-off and a high level of portability – all of which is integrated into an easy to use interface.

 

 

The promotion begins on the 30th March and all orders must be received by 8pm on 13 April 2011 which is when the offer ends.

Carbon Calculators will be allocated on a one calculator per customer basis. It should also be noted that the offer is only available while stocks last and is strictly for online customers only.

 

Neweys Online is the online store from Newey & Eyre, the leading electrical wholesaler in the UKNeweys Online offers a dedicated and efficient service, and stocks more than 10,000 products from 100’s of brands including Cable Management, Lighting and Wiring Accessories. Customers can order their electrical supplies online up to 8pm for next day delivery or they can choose to collect their goods from one of 150+ Newey & Eyre branches, nationwide.

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