Electrical Savings System; Save up to 40% on Your Electric Bill Every Month
Once a month there's an electric bill coming in the mail with your name on it. For the next week, it's telling the kids to shut the lights off when you're done, And most of the time, you turn them off yourself. Right? Meanwhile downstairs there's the TV, stereo, lights, computer, and a play station going. You have to give them credit for their talent to do all this at one time. We are all guilty of it.
There's no need to change your methods or lifestyle. You can live like you normally do without changing anything. No need to change to smaller watt light bulbs, or change the thermostat to reduce the furnace setting till you freeze.
I'm sure you have all heard, or have known someone with unexplained health problems. We are not here to scare you, but rather let you be aware and more knowledgeable about the environmental surroundings we are exposed to daily. It Concerns the Electromagnetic Fields, Electrical Leakage, and even Electro Radiations of daily living.
From Computers, copiers, TV's, radio, cell phones, microwaves, appliances, equipment, tools, etc. Known health problems from Cancer, leukemia, headaches, tumors, cataracts, stress, nerve disorders, memory loss, weight loss, along with sleeping disorders, miscarriages, birth defects, breast cancer, and more. Our Electrical System can also reduce the electromagnetic currents, electrical leakage, in which assures you a safer living or working environment. (Be sure to review our site for more information.)
The Cutt-A-Watt Electrical Saving System Saves you up to 40% on your electric bills every month. To include important health risk you may be exposed to on a daily basis. A Lifetime of Savings and Health for your Home, Office, Apartment, Farm, Shop, Small Business, and much more ... However it doesn't stop there. Be sure to take a look at all the other excellent features and benefits.
Features / Benefits
Save up to 40% on your Electric Bills every Month
Increase Property Value
Certificate of Installment
Prolong the Life of Appliances, Fixtures, Tools, Equipment....much more
Upgrades & Insures Safety of your existing Electrical Power System
Reduces Power Surges
Works 24hrs. a day (for a lifetime)
Reduces Risk of Electrical Shock
No Maintenance Required
No Remodeling or Destruction of your Home
.Meets National Electric Codes/Requirements
UL Listed components
Company Installation available upon request
Reduce risk and health hazards associated with Electromagnetic Fields and safety with-in your Home, Office, Shop, Business.... etc.
Lifetime of Savings for such a small investment
We offer to you a No Risk, No Hassle Guarantee. Simply use our system for one year, If it don't save you money, or doesn't do what we say it does. Then just simply request 100% of your money back. We stand behind our product, and our customers.
It's that easy, because we know what it can do for you.
We do retain rights of proof if requested by Cutt-A-Watt.
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