XTREME Appliances is ending the month with a blast!
Starting July 29, your favorite #OneStopShopAppliances store will be available on Abenson’s E-Commerce platform.
“We are excited for this launch. As we go forward with this new normal, XTREME wants to level up the online shopping experience of Filipinos by partnering with Abenson,” said Stephen Cheng, Head of Marketing of XTREME Appliances.
This exciting partnership will offer exclusive introductory promo to all the consumers. For every purchase of XTREME 32-inch LED Television on Abenson online store, a free XTREME rice cooker will be bundled at a very affordable price of P6,995.
The 32-inch LED TV has High Definition Picture Quality and Premium High Dynamic Range. It also features a Dynamic Sound Quality for more cinematic experience. Available in color black, the MF-3200 has sleek design and slim bezel which will elevate your viewing experience. It also comes with a 2-year service warranty.
Get your top pick XTREME Appliances safer and faster as Abenson processes their orders and deliveries for 2-5 working days. They also have flexible payment modes and accepts Cash On Delivery and Credit Card transactions.
With our current situation today, XTREME together with Abenson is elevating your appliances hunt and update by making it convenient and accessible from your home.Check out the launch of XTREME products at www.abenson.com. You may also order on Abenson sales hotline at 8 248 3200.
For more details about XTREME Appliances, kindly check out the following pages: Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts. For complete list of products, please visit XTREME website.
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