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Thursday, November 6, 2008
Having trouble trying to find that perfect gift for that special someone, friend family member or co-worker? Within the price range you can afford, well we have some wonderful ideas that might help you out. We have gift ideas for under $50.00, they are affordable for any budget and they are sure to please whomever you give them to. The holidays are right around the corner and now is a great time to get started on the gift list and get a gift or two at a time so you don't have to spend lots of money all at one time.
We have a pitcher water filter
that is a great gift idea for someone who travels alot,a college student, or someone who has nasty water at work. They are compact and easily fit inside your suitcase,or a small refrigerator. They ensure that they are getting healthy great tasting contaminant free drinking water no matter where they are traveling to. they sell for less than $30.00 and come in attractive clear and blue.
We also have a variety of shower water filters which are great ideas for everyone, They filter hundreds of contaminants out of your shower water and remove the chlorine that is harmful when in vapor form and breathed in and also can be absorbed through the skin. Your skin and hair will thank you for the gift, as well as the intended receiver. We have just the shower water filters and shower filter with massage head and they sell for between $35.00 - $45.00. They come in white and chrome. For the bath enthusiast we have bath ball water filters that sell for under $40.00 and they are by Rainshowr'. We even have a few handheld shower filters for under $50.00 that would make a great gift idea for anyone on your holiday list.
So go ahead and take a look at what we have to offer for under $50.00 for your holiday shopping. We are sure you will find something for everyone on you list. You may even find the perfect gift for someone you have a higher price limit for too. So thanks for taking time to check out our products and happy holidays.
by: Chris Tracey