CombiSave the award-winning eco innovation, which reduces the amount of gas and water used in a combination gas boiler’s initial heating process – saving householders money, time and reducing CO2 emissions, has been re-launched with new; packaging, two POS units and promotional support items…
Originally launched in 2010, CombiSave’s packaging has been redesigned in either box format or a blister pack. The packaging complements two new and free* branded point of sales displays – either a countertop or free standing display. The new Free Standing Display Unit (FSDU) includes a leaflet dispenser and incorporates a mains powered DVD player which runs a promotional video, demonstrating the key features, benefits and advantages of fitting a CombiSave.
An ongoing installer and consumer promotional campaign is supporting the launch via the website, social media and public relations. New distributors are required to place a minimum of six orders per year, with a Minimum Order Quantity (MOQ) of 100 units.
The thermostatically controlled CombiSave valve is simple to install – it takes a professional plumber or heating engineer less than twenty minutes to fit – offering installers great earning potential or additional earnings to routine service visits. Householders can save up to six litres of water each time the tap is turned on from cold – saving an average household up to 30,000** litres of water per year. Plus, savings on gas and a shorter waiting time for water to heat up each time the tap is turned on.
CombiSave was designed in Britain by Furlong Innovations and is manufactured in Cornwall from the finest quality engineered components in de-zincification resistant brass by Teddington Appliance Controls – a global leader in the design, development and manufacture of quality pressure, temperature and flow rate control products.
For further information on stocking CombiSave contact Account Manager, Kenny Maxwell on +44 (0) 7860918041
*subject to minimum purchase unit numbers
**Figures are based on independent tests by EA Technologies.