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Bye Bye Standby

Published: 12 May 2008
The Bye Bye Standby Energy Saving Kit is a clever and convenient system of remote controls and sockets which allow you to remotely cut power to electrical devices that are left in standby mode.
Bye Bye Standby
Bye Bye Standby allows the average household to save £38 per year off their electricity bill thereby paying for itself in 6-9 months. It helps the environment by preventing the release of unnecessary carbon emissions generated by standby power wastage and aids fire prevention by completely shutting down power to appliances.

Bye Bye Standby also provides a number of compatible range extensions designed to enable you to control and manage your home energy use.

For more information see www.byebyestandby.co.uk

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