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Alpkit going Way Back When..
© Alpkit, Oct 2009
Yes, you heard it right, Alpkit is 5 years old and not a wrinkle in site.
It is 5 years since Alpkit made their first sale, and to celebrate the occasion we have rolled back the clock to offer one of our best selling products at its original price. Our Airic sleeping mats have been providing thousands of people with a comfy camping experience and already offer great value compared to other mats on the market due to Alpkits direct selling formula. The limited period offer has reverted back to 2005 prices giving even better value than ever.
But you've got to act quickly for the best price. Our Way Back When Machine uses a reconditioned flux capacitor and the time tunnel will only last 30 days. Dr Science has predicted its strength will decrease causing a weekly rise in prices. As always Alpkit website prices include first class postage, and orders placed before 2pm weekdays will be despatched the very same day. This offer is a good opportunity for Alpkit customers to save money on Christmas presents, and for the adventurous camper to continue camping through the winter.
So if you fancy a trip in our Way Back When Machine then visit:
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