Brondell Helping Holiday Gift Givers Make a Splash with Less Water and Money

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Prices Reduced on Perfect Flush Water-Saving System and Swash/Breeza High-Tech Toilet Seats

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Brondell is sprucing up its Website for the holidays. Instead of jacking up its prices to reflect gift-giving demand, however, the manufacturer of the Perfect Flush water-saving system, the Swash high-tech toilet seat and the Breeza/Breeza Warm deodorizing seats, is actually offering its customers widespread discounts. Just in time for the holiday season, shoppers will be able to save both water and money—anywhere from 25–30 percent off Brondell’s previous prices. This new pricing scheme goes into effect on Friday, November 13, 2009.

It’s become common practice that the solution to the “what to give the person who has everything” dilemma is an impersonal gift card. But according to a New York Times article, “The financial-services research firm TowerGroup estimates that of the $80 billion spent on gift cards in 2006, roughly $8 billion (were) never redeemed.” Consumer Reports further estimates that “19 percent of the people who received a gift card in 2005 never used it.”

Those figures represent a lot of money being thrown out with the bathwater. Brondell has an alternative gift-giving strategy, one that is preventing a lot of money and water from being flushed down the drain. The company’s Perfect Flush system reduces overall toilet water usage by 30–50 percent, while the Swash and Breeza lines of high-tech toilet seats offer users a more luxurious bathroom experience with heated seats, odor-removing functionality and warm-water cleansing innovation. Given these side benefits, all three product lines make for unique and useful presents. After all, what individual doesn’t need to use the restroom every day?

With their newly lowered price points, the Perfect Flushes, Swashes, Breezas and Breeza Warms are also surprisingly affordable. In fact, with its adjusted retail price of $79, the Perfect Flush system will have paid for itself by next Christmas. That’s because its water-saving technology cuts homeowners’ water bills by up to $100 per year.

Holiday shoppers who are having a hard time making the connection between a Perfect Flush system or a Breeza/Swash toilet seat and a great holiday gift can take a cue from the Raynors of Half Moon Bay, Calif. Every member of the family raved over their Swash purchase. “My wife and I ordered a Swash for our master bath. We didn’t tell our six-year old twins about it, but in no time we were waiting in line for our own bathroom. The boys loved it so much [that] we ordered one for them. My wife loves the Swash because it makes doing the boys’ laundry much easier and cleaner.”

Stumped holiday shoppers who would like to save money and water while still making a splash with their hard-to-buy-for recipients can learn more about the Perfect Flush dual-flush system and the Swash/Breeza high-tech toilet seats online at http://www.brondell.com. Interested media may arrange a meeting with company management by calling (772) 633-8337.    

About Brondell
Based in San Francisco, California, Brondell is a privately held developer of innovative, quality bathroom products. Brondell currently sells the Swash™ line of high-tech toilet seats in retailers across the United States and Canada. The company also manufactures the Breeza and Breeza Warm seats, which feature an innovative design and patent-pending 4-stage deodorizing system that automatically eliminates bathroom odors at the source naturally. Both lines reflect Brondell's commitment to quality product design with an environmentally conscious focus. All of the company’s offerings deliver comfort and cleanliness to young and old alike, setting a new standard for luxury and personal hygiene in the bathroom.

Contact:
Tricia Kent
Director
Avalon Communications
http://www.avalon-comm.com
(772) 633-8337

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