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LOR APRIL MAD 2013 GRAB Sale!

Discussion in 'LOR General Discussion' started by Goulburn, Mar 29, 2013.

  1. Goulburn

    Goulburn New Elf

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    Just a heads up. Received this in todays email.

    This is not an April Fools Joke! It is time again for the Light-O-Rama Spring Inventory Reduction Sale. As always, there will be a limited number of items on sale and limited quantities available. There are no rain checks and once the predetermined number of items are sold the sale is finished.

    On April 1, 2013, at exactly 9:00 PM EDT the items on the sale page will be activated. Until then you will not be able to add them to a shopping cart.

    If you want a copy of the URL link for the sale page, please PM me. Wasn't sure if I was allowed to post the link on here directly.
     
  2. penguineer

    penguineer Full Time Elf

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    The URL says "secret sale", but it's linked to from the LOR homepage :eek:

    FWIW - they reckon no 240V controllers as there is no excess stock.

    Cheers!
     
  3. DeeJai

    DeeJai Is that Magic Smoke?!?

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    [font=arial, helvetica]Will there be Australian/240v controllers on sale?
    Unfortunately we will not have 240v controllers on sale. There is no excess inventory to sell. The 240/Australian controllers will be available during the Summer Sale.
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  4. AAH

    AAH I love blinky lights :) Community Project Designer

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    The fact that there are no 240V AC controllers is probably a good thing. It will encourage people to use the much safer (and cheaper) low voltage DC stuff.
     

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