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Amazing "solar generator" is like having a secret power plant hidden in your home! Last train out to get off the grid?

New solar powered backup provides instant electrical power in any outage or disaster.

If you have ever wanted to have an emergency backup system that supplies continuous electrical power, this will be the most important message you will ever read.

Here is why.

There is now a completely portable (and ultrahigh efficient) solar power generator which produces up to 1800 watts of household electricity on demand when you need it most. News of this "solar backup generator" (it's the first "off-the-grid" breakthrough in 50 years) is spreading like wild fire all across the country! Why?

The answer is easy. You see, this solar generator is extremely powerful and yet very simple to use. It produces continuous electricity and runs with absolutely no noise whatsoever. It emits no fumes. But the best part about the solar generator is that once you own one, you can ...

Generate Free Electricity From The Sun!

Charged by the sun with a powerful solar panel, the unit then stores the power for your use when you need it. We all face natural disasters, with hurricanes, tornadoes, snow and ice storms cutting off electrical power to millions of Americans each year.

Then there are man-made disasters and outages. Blackouts and rolling brownouts are becoming common in many parts of the United States as our grid gets stretched beyond its capacity.

The truth is, we are extremely vulnerable to all kinds of meltdowns that can create temporary or even permanent electrical outages. That's why if you are one of the few Americans that thinks ahead, you need to ...

Have A Solar Powered Backup In Place!

When you compare a solar generator to a gas generator, the difference is pretty remarkable. Here's why. First, gas generators make an incredible amount of racket ... if you can even get them started in the first place. With a gas generator, you pull and pull some more, all because your generator has been sitting in the cold and the carburetor is playing hard to get. This, of course, is not a lot of fun in the dark. Another reason to avoid gas generators is that you just can't safely run one in your house. But the number one reason you don't want to be caught in a time of crisis with a gas generator is ...

Gas Stations Can't Pump Gas Without Electricity!

It's true. When the power goes out, you're left with whatever gas you have on hand because the gas station pumps all run on electricity. A few gallons stored in a gas can means a little electricity for a little while, then it's quickly "back to black."

Here's the thing: I could go on and on about life without electricity and what a nightmare gas generators can be. But here's the bottom line: Solutions From Science is now offering an amazing power generating system that can provide plenty of electrical power in the event of an outage or emergency. And the best part is that you can have the power safely in your house.

A True Breakthrough In Home Power Generation!

Let me try to explain the features and benefits of a solar generator as simply as possible. If I could bring one over to your house and let you start plugging in appliances, you would immediately understand what all the fuss is about. But I can't do that. Anyway, here are some of the reasons I think you'll want a solar generator:

#1. Maximum Power In Minimum Time.

The solar generator can be set up in just a few minutes. Then, all you have to do is start plugging things in. It can run both AC & DC appliances anywhere ... anytime.

#2. Back Up Power When You Need It Most.

It's called a "solar backup" because it's designed to come to your rescue when power trouble starts and your lights go out. Run a small refrigerator (high efficient ones are best) to keep your food from going bad.

#3. Portable Power.

If the going ever gets too tough where you are and you decide to "get the heck out of Dodge," you simply throw it in the car and take off to a safer destination.

#4. Generates Permanent Power.

The unit provides 1800 watts of electricity at peak power. That's enough to run many appliances in your house. The generator is recharged constantly by the sun allowing you to use the system while charging it at the same time. Many users choose to keep appliances plugged in permanently to reduce electrical costs and help pay for the unit.

#5. Multiple Uses.

You can use your solar backup to run essential appliances when emergencies arise. You can recharge phones, run shortwave radios, televisions, lights, fire place or furnace fans, as well as computers and printers. Plus, if you need to work in the woods at the cabin or in a boat, you can use the solar backup to run power tools, trimmers, blowers and coffee makers.

#6. Plug And Play Means Instant Power.

The emergency backup system comes ready to go. Just start plugging in your favorite household essentials.

By the way ... the units go for about $1697.00 plus shipping and handling.

But I'm going to show you a way around that. I have negotiated a very special offer for Countryside readers.

Here's the deal. You can use coupon code CS118 to get one for $200.00 off as a Countryside reader. To do that, the absolute fastest way to get one is by going to the website at:

If you would like to order by phone, you can call toll-free by dialing 800-218-4615. Tell whoever answers that you want the "Solar Backup Generator" system rushed to you and you have a coupon from Countryside.

Or, if you prefer to pay by check or money order (payable to Solutions From Science), simply send your payment to:

Solutions From Science

Dept. Solar Backup CS118

815 W. Main St.

P.O. Box 518

Thomson, IL 61285

I'm so convinced every American household needs a Solar Generator, that I've arranged for this special deal to get one to you at this dirt cheap price. (When you call, ask about their free shipping offer as well.)

Just hurry, call 800-218-4615

Sincerely, Mike Waiters

P.S. One more thing. It's very important. Make sure you use coupon code CS118 to get all the discounts you have coming as a Countryside reader.


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Date:Oct 27, 2012
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