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UAE's first start-up to sell LED lights online

08Jan, 2017

Vtacled.com- The website offers LED Lights in every category and hence caters to a wide spectrum of consumers. Every product offered through the website is CE and RoHS certified and also comes with up to 2 year warranty. V-TAC as a brand is currently offering over 1000 LED lighting solutions across 70 countries, thus ensuring they have the widest range of products. The company currently has sales and distribution all over Europe and also has plans to foray into the USA in the early part of 2017.

Interface of the website is unique in its own way, wherein one can choose a specific product by its shape, the type of place where they wish to use a product and also the purpose it is meant for. They also have easy to use tools on the website, such as the retro finder which helps the consumer in selecting the perfect replacement for their old lights equivalent, hence making the whole online shopping experience quick and hassle free. One more unique tool available to users is the 'send us a photo' option. Here, a user can send pictures of the lights they are currently using and the team at Vtacled.com will revert with the best replacement option that one can opt for.

To further ensure that the consumer receives the product in the least amount of time, Vtacled.com has chosen Aramex as their logistics partner to deliver orders to every nook and corner of the United Arab Emirates. As of today, majority of their traction is currently coming from Dubai and Abu Dhabi based customers.

Led lights are now being increasingly used all over the world as they help in reducing energy consumption and have relatively longer life compared to the conventional lights. They also help in reducing carbon emissions and eventually the users can save up to 80 per cent on their lighting bills. LED lighting is definitely the way forward and governments all over the world are taking concrete steps to educate the masses to embrace this form of lighting and help save the environment.