Prototek’s Budget Saving Plan with Flushable Transmitters
You’re here to find out more about Prototek’s original and ground breaking flushable transmitters. The versatile 512 Hz FTP-8, the powerful new 8Khz HTP-15 and the 223 Khz ATP-12, that only works with Prototek’s Ardy AR-1 Locating Receiver.
The one burning question that everybody wants the answer to is, “How many flushable sonde transmitters should I buy?”
It’s a great question and we here at Prototek have an even better answer.
You can save a lot of money if you execute Prototek’s Budget Saving Plan. It’s important to note that the batteries inside our flushables have at least a one year shelf life, so we recommend that you ask yourself the question…
“How many Flushable Transmitters do you use in a year?”
Some of our favorite customers order three Flushable Transmitters nearly every month and have them overnighted for an extra fee. This is a little more expensive way to go about it, but our customers feel secure that the next day their team can be out locating with a fresh transmitter.
Did you know there was a 12.5% Discount when you ordered 20 or more?
We can ship almost any amount of flushables Two-Day Express for an average of $15. If you need 100, we will get you 100.
The more Budget Savvy plan would be to figure out how many Flushable Transmitters you use in a year and order that amount. The savings can speak volumes.
Let’s say you go through 8 flushables a month, for example.
You’re going through about 100 flushable transmitters a year.
You can take advantage of our 12.5% Discount when you buy more than 20 Flushable Transmitters at one time. It is about $4.00 off per flushable. So buying 100 at one time saves you $400 right off the bat.
Then, instead of having 12 monthly shipping charges at $12 a month, you only have one shipping charge all year. Saving you over $130.
That’s $500+ saved right there.
This Budget Saving Plan works with any amount of Flushable Transmitters. We just recommend you use what you buy in about a year. Just to ensure the batteries are fresh. However, we still want you to remember to TEST THEM ALL FIRST before Flushing.