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Great bargains

Harold Koi
Friday, December 14, 2012

If you're looking for electrical products with that extra discount this Christmas, then Dayarams Ltd is the shop to visit.

This festive season they have made it easier for customers and put discount on a wide range of fancy gadgetry, perfect for a Christmas gift.

Located on 141 Vitogo Parade in Lautoka, they believe it is the customer's one-stop electronic shop.

So come on down and get the good bargain. Their range of products include car audio products such as MP3 USB car stereos, speakers, tweeters, amplifiers and subwoofers

Others include digital cameras, camcorders, mobile phones, cool video games, calculators, home audio, headphones, music box, personal care products, radios, multimedia products and more. When it comes to that reliable brand Dayarams distribute a range of Kenwood brand car audio products, Puma brand watches, "Ge & Genius' brand digital cameras, Sansui brand home audio products and Transcend brand multimedia products. And get this, it's up to 50 per cent discount, so visit them today while stocks last.





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