Need to tame the bass in your studio?
Performance Acoustic Solutions are now accessible to EVERYONE.
No matter what your budget, and whether you want to use our off-the-shelf solutions or build your treatment DIY with our guidance, we have the best value solution for you.
Be in control of your listening experience with the next-generation Ecolux series from KYE: eco-friendly professional acoustic treatment at unbeatable prices.
We have researched and tested our products in 500+ music studios, allowing us to truly perfect the art and science of high performance acoustic solutions.
For the last 5 years, we have operated as a custom shop - Until now! We have recently stopped the custom shop to remove lead times entirely and moved on to making & holding stock of our industry leading products.
Now the studio acoustics standard that has been taking over Europe from Berlin can be yours, and in just a couple of days from ordering!
With our easy step by step approach, you can transform your listening experience and trust what is coming out of your speakers.
There's a reason the best in the business go with us…
We are all facing a new time where we all have less spare money to spend but room acoustics is still the most underrated part of your listening chain. It is the last element of a high end listening environment to become available at a professional standard to the average music maker.
Previously anyone after high end treatment would have to get designs and find a carpenter to build them or do DIY, and face a minefield of misinformation online in doing so. We are spearheading an acoustics revolution.
Below you will find out about how to treat your room in a professional way without breaking the bank, whether you use our products or opt for DIY with our guidance. We exist to democratise acoustic treatment so we have the most efficient solution for any budget. We aim to help you understand (or at least let us take care of) the big picture so you can stop obsessing about details that don’t actually matter.
*Based on the mass offered by Kiss Your Ears products compared to absorbers offered by other acoustic treatment companies.
A Kiss Your Ears acoustic solution is the FIRST and LAST acoustic solution you EVER need to buy.
Premium Acoustic Treatment for Modern Music Makers
Most rooms have low frequency problems (everything below 300 Hz). When left untreated, mixes will not translate to another system/room. With our efficient approach, you can trust that what you are hearing is what is coming out of your speakers, so you can work securely and efficiently without constantly second guessing yourself.
How low can you go with proper use of velocity absorption?
With enough units in the volume of space, down to 40Hz is possible. Granted, that is where an optimised velocity absorber solution will drop off in effectivity, and to equate the mass and surface area required, you should add at least 1 unit per m2 of floor space.
KYE King Kong Bass Traps are velocity absorbers that have been engineered to the point of maximum achievable effectivity (They attenuate 40 Hz at 60%, 70 Hz at 80% and 100 Hz at 85% when an appropriate volume of them is brought in to the volume of space).
When to use velocity and/or pressure absorbers?
Well… in any case, you should be looking at adding a nice set of broadband velocity absorbers to your room first. That's how the pro's do it, and for good reason.
Tuned resonant systems should by no means be your first point of treatment. They are designed to hone in on one particular frequency as a latter stage solution. Furthermore, they are difficult to place correctly, and generally require consecutive measurements in order to determine their optimal position within the room. It should also be pointed out that just as with broadband porous absorption, their effectiveness is also dependent on the number of traps you introduce to the listening space (having one will probably not lead to any noticeable improvement, whereas with 4 to 6 you may start to hear some results).
With 4-6 tuned absorbers, you would still only be taking care of those frequency specific issues while spending the same amount of money as for an entire room treatment using a more refined method, aka. starting with broadband absorbers.
For this reason, among others, they are quite expensive. However, they are extremely effective in combating the persisting issues of a room that has already been treated with a broadband solution - and when done correctly, can have an outstanding effect on the acoustic performance of a space.
The ORDER of Room Treatment Effectivity
- Room structure
- Speaker placement and listening position
- Velocity absorption
- Pressure absorption
The structure of the room itself is the most influential factor to the overall sound. This is the thing you can do the least about, unless you have the privilege of designing the construction yourself.
The listening position and speaker placement is the next most important thing to consider. This is usually the first thing you can control and it creates the realistic starting point for our hierarchy. Luckily, this is easier to achieve than it may seem and we have consultants on hand who can either guide you through this process or even do it for you.
Next is broadband (velocity) absorption. The good news is, in most cases it is as simple as designing the most efficient velocity bass trap that can be achieved (we have already done that for you) and applying it in all of the mentioned areas. This will, in any case, be the most efficient way to get th3 most out of your studio.
Beyond this, we have tuned (pressure based) absorption and then diffusion.
These factors can be addressed for the individual room upon request.
Note: the first 1-4k of a small room treatment (anything under 40m2) will most likely be exclusively on velocity absorption!
The bass first approach:
Due to space and budget limitations, absorption is almost ALWAYS the most important factor in the control of room acoustics.
The theory behind the system we follow is to always use the input budget to prioritise fixing the low end (thereby fixing most of the rooms’ other issues along the way). Low frequency control is a widely misunderstood and somewhat mysterious practice. We aim to clarify this for you. No more second guessing your mix decisions!
So… How should I treat my room?
Start with a low reaching velocity absorber and hit the bass broadband/wideband as much as possible until exhausted. Again, that’s how the pro’s do it and it’s just logical. If our budget stops there, then that is the best use of it.
The “80-20 rule” is widely considered one of the most helpful concepts for life and time management. Also known as the Pareto Principle, this rule suggests that 20% of your activities will account for 80% of your results. In room acoustics, well-designed broadband velocity absorption is exactly this!
The controversial secret: for most normal shaped rooms (think a rectangle apartment bedroom, for example) the set-up rules are the same for the first 80% of the work. The last 20% is the more expensive part and in most cases unnecessary. Most acousticians will not tell you this.
Start with an optimised velocity absorber
Since our policy is to simply have the most efficient solution, no matter the input budget, or whether the client would like to have us treat the room, them solve the issues with our products, or they do it all completely DIY with your direction, we can help with any scenario that arises. From the ground up, we are made for for this!
If you prefer to build the units yourself, with our tried and tested designs, we can guide you through the entire process, from planning to installation. You can bypass countless hours of research and planning. We’ve already done all the leg work so you don’t have to. From finding the right materials in your area and within your budget, to choosing the correct installation system for your walls and ceiling. Nobody has more experience and better resources than us!
But, at the end of the day, the most value you can get is if you can afford to use the units we have made instead of DIY, as we have access to nice machinery…
The net benefit of letting the pro's do it is as much about aesthetics as saving your valuable time.
Details like this nice rounded corner are possible because of our built up production line (we sand the interior wooden frames to be perfectly rounded at corners before wrapping with the covering textile).
After you've paid the materials, which we obviously get cheaper, the question really is about labour = we come with a lot of experience in that section! You are not going to make prettier traps than us if we pump out 600+ units per month…
What even is a bass trap?
Not all that are called bass traps are actually bass traps…
A “bass trap” is an absorber operating heavily in the bass register.
Most off-the-shelf ‘bass traps’ don’t treat sub-bass.
Treating sub-bass is the key to a proper room treatment.
If you are looking for tri-traps, foam “traps”, cylinder traps, or thinner absorbers, you have already been misinformed…
The truth is that almost nobody actually understands acoustics, much less the practical application of acoustic treatment. Many are really insecure about it, and most get really hung up on details that don’t really matter when the big picture is taken care of properly.
The King Kong X is our flagship product and it has been designed with one goal in mind: to be the bass trap with the best value on the market.
After 5+ years and 500+ studios expertly treated, we have optimised the design with the 2023 model to achieve even better results, both acoustically and aesthetically.
What are they made of?
The "skeletal" structural frame is the most over engineered on the market. They are extremely durable!
Is it sustainable? The Ecolux series is made with FSC certified pine, vegan fabrics, environmentally friendly absorptive material made from natural wood fibres and is 100% upcycled
Not all absorbers are made the same.
We have tried every filling material possible: rockwool, glass wool, basotect, other acoustic foams, hemp, jute, etc. and we chose: recycled wood fibre. Why? It's very effective, more environmentally sound and nicer to work with.
The only equivalent on the market is FLIPPING 600 EUR! Compared to the King Kong Premium at 170 per unit.
How do we keep the price down while offering higher quality?
The answer is that we do batch production, a lower profit margin and a higher volume of customers. We do this to increase the general quality in the industry. This is Acoustics Activism.
Why you should use the same depth absorbers for BOTH early reflections AND bass trapping (corner location) functions
You should use the same depth & density for both functions: ERPs and BTs
In order to achieve a more even reverb time across the frequency spectrum, you should use the same traps for both functions (“bass trapping” diagonally over corners and “early reflections” covering certain wall areas).
If you use thinner absorbers for the high frequencies and thicker absorbers for the lows, then you could end up with the following situation: ALL absorbers absorb the mids and highs and only the optimised density deeper absorbers can control the low frequency energy, leaving it resonant in the room alongside very absorbed highs.
HOW MANY? What amount of bass traps are required to get proper low frequency control
How many do you need? It’s about the amount you add relative to the volume of space!
The exact number of optimised bass traps you need in your space can be calculated with the volume of your space and your usage. Acoustic treatment is essentially about depth, density and surface area. Other practitioners prefer to portray it as a mysterious magic only understood by a precious few! Our products are designed and engineered to perfection. We have processed thousands of orders over the years, and it shows.
Over years of data collection, we have simplified the formula to be as follows, with the King Kong ECOLUX series (this applies to both the King Kong X and the King Kong Premium models):
Minimum control / production studio: 1 x KK per m2 of floor space
Basic control / production studio: 1.2 x KK per m2 of floor space
Professional control / mixing studio: 1.5 x KK per m2 of floor space (this is where most customers aim for, it's the real "sweet spot" for getting to a professional result on a budget).
Advanced control / mastering studio: 1.7 x KK per m2 of floor space
The above should act as a foolproof guide for how many velocity absorbers to bring into the studio to create that 80/20 “low hanging fruits” amount of acoustic control. That “sweet spot”.
Again, you can add pressure absorbers and diffusers once the broadband control of the room is sorted, but it is inefficient to do so before fixing that very impactful factor.
If you are really lost, and just want a reliable solid “fix” of the room without learning too much about it, you can go for “Basic control / production studio: 1.2 x KK per m2 of floor space” and you will absolutely have the results you crave.
You can go deep into the formulas in our resources if you are interested.
You can take the units with you to your next studio space, should you have to leave your current one in the future!
Kiss Your Ears acoustic solutions are designed to last you a lifetime.
So, how many bass traps do I need? A summary:
Our research proves that 1.2x King Kong Ecolux trap per m²of floor space is an ideal starting point for professional treatment, and probably is all you need. 1.5 x KKX per m² is a superb sweet spot. For high-end mastering, go for 1.7x per m².
(Our room acoustics data is gathered from 500+ rooms treated with Kiss Your Ears products)
Consider the following graphs:
They show a BEFORE and an AFTER measurement of a 25m² studio in Berlin from 40 Hz to 500 Hz (with psychoacoustic smoothing). Vertically, we see ca. 50dB of amplitude, horizontally, we see frequency, and coming towards us is the dimension of time (up to 300ms). From the measurement above to the measurement below, we can see that the “ringing” (a.k.a. resonances) in the sub-bass has diminished drastically (even the brutal 55Hz resonance)!
Furthermore, the frequency response in Sound Pressure Level has levelled (a.k.a. “flattened”) considerably. This was not achieved with just two bass traps. There are 30 x KKX Ecolux series traps in the 25m² room! This is a dramatic result, based on the consistently delivering 1.2 x KKX per m2.
World-class results for professional music makers.
Set Up: Corners
There are 12 dihedral corners in a cuboid room.
Placing thick velocity absorbers 45 degrees over corners is the best way to maximise the use of their depth and density. This allows them to absorb the lowest frequencies relevant to their design via the ¼ wavelength rule. It also allows them to take up minimum space in the room.
You can also place the corner units horizontally (lengthways over corners) for increased depth/effectivity!
Set Up: Surface!
Walls which are acoustically reflective create sonic images which are akin to the visible images
of loudspeakers in a room with mirrors covering all surfaces.
Ideally, you would cover every reflective surface in the room. Practically, this is not usually possible.
For this reason, we focus first on ERPs, or Early Reflection Points.
Placing the absorbers over the early reflection points on the wall (ideally with some sort of air gap) is how we begin to create the stereo image, reduce the reverb time and create a more balanced SPL reading by removing comb filtering, etc.
The cloud should definitely be a thicker absorber as this placement (the ceiling) will likely be the only one of the two main opportunities to hit a particular standing wave (the one that can stand in the modal pathway between your floor and ceiling). The “cloud” is simply the name of the ceiling position ERP and is “nothing special” compared to the other ERPs (same function).
The more surface area of your early reflection points, the better.
You can build walls out of the KK traps for maximum effectivity. A wall of 8 x KKX is a more effective absorber than 2 x KKX attached to the wall, as it can capture a larger splash radius of a directional sound wave as well as: This also captures the “wall to floor” dihedral corner in the room, which can offset the necessity for covering the “wall to ceiling” dihedral corner.
Below is one way to set up a ca. 15m2 room, following the [sequential] King Kong Room Treatment System we had pioneered from 2018 to 2022. You may be familiar with it. By synergistically attenuating the room’s resonances, we can create a high end audio workspace that doesn’t break the bank. We can add to it later without ever making an older phase obsolete, due to the modular nature of the system.
You may recognise the above system, since it now features in over 500 studios across Europe.
But, that’s not the only way to set up! In fact, there are other ways to reach similar results but without a complex installation!
In the above diagram, we can equate a similar result to that of the previous system.
But, this version doesn’t need a complex install so will save time and money there!
Every placement here is horizontal, this gives a lot of structural stability so we can stack the units on top of each other without a complex installation (notice nothing is fitted into the ceiling either).
The front units are horizontally orientated (lengthways over dihedral corner) which allows for a lower reaching absorber due to the ¼ wavelength rule.
Each early reflection point placement is a larger “wall”. Again, this allows for a lower reaching absorber due to the ¼ wavelength rule (including a 10 cm air gap behind the ERP walls), as well as the increased splash-radius-catching surface area.
With these 21 x KK traps in the room, we are looking at a similar result to the previously demonstrated set up system of the same amount of units. That is because it is really a question of the volume of absorbent to bring into a volume of space.
So what kind of results are possible when we treat a studio properly and use this kind of method?
Below are a series of visual representations of this first wave of treatment, following the 80/20 rule. These are very precise readings. Remember, your hearing is actually in frequency bands so it would look even smoother than this.
Waterfall graphs show level against time and frequency, but cannot give any information about
directional effects. But, we are looking mostly at omnidirectional frequencies and need to Evaluate the dimension of time (resonances), so they are great for examining BASS behaviour.
The Horizontal axis shows Frequency, the vertical axis shows amplitude and the third axis (coming towards us) shows time. At the “back” of the graphs we see the SPL, which we like to refer to as the “Horizon”. At the “front” of the graphs we see the Resonances, which we call the “Shoreline”. Good acoustics create calm after all. To measure the effectiveness of velocity absorbers, look first to the shoreline, where we can see how the resonances (room modes) are treated.
So, first we have a some examples of an "installed" system, with various sizes and amount of traps:
Since we are looking at the resonances, to read a waterfall graph like this, we do not focus on the top aka. the SPL (think of that as the skyline).
Instead, we focus on the bottom of the graph, where we want to see empty white space appear to indicate that the resonant frequencies have stopped ringing out. Think of that as the shoreline. We want to focus on the shoreline - not the skyline - when looking at waterfall graphs.
Vertically, we see amplitude, horizontally, we see frequency, and coming towards us is the dimension of time (up to 300ms).
Next, we have a some examples of a “no install” or “easy install” system, again with various sizes and amount of traps (and with equally impressive results!)
We have a vast archive of data so we are happy to share more upon request, including the raw session files.
Still think that only membrane traps can deal with the bass? Yup, that is either just leverage, selling products or a lack of understanding.
Notice the irregular placement throughout the series of examples. This quite clearly demonstrates that it’s about the amount of optimized velocity absorbers to bring into the volume of space. This does not work the same for any off the shelf absorber. It must be well designed to reach the low end properly.
Fundamental - Mass
Mass is a key concept in acoustic treatment. Our research proves that 1.2x Ecolux trap per m2 of floor space is an ideal starting point for a professional treatment, and probably is all you need. You should always be suspicious if a company is recommending 4 absorbers to treat a 20m2 space (a 20m2 room usually presents ca. 75m2 of potentially reflective surface). It just doesn't work like that.
We have THE FIRST professional high end off-the-shelf acoustic solutions. Since 2018 we have made this our flagship product and service, and still nobody does it near our standard! The simple truth is that all other off the shelf acoustic solutions don’t feature the MASS required to properly harness low frequency energy in a standard studio size volume of space.
After that? You can add pressure based absorbers if you have any resonances at ca. 40Hz or less that remain audibly/ problematically. You can add diffusers to brighten up the room, particularly the back end of the space (all wall and ceiling surface available).
For most, that is way more than they initially expected and we all go home happier.
However, you may have a 30 Hz modal resonance in your room and a subwoofer that activates it. In this case, the next step would be tuned absorption. The aforementioned pressure traps, a.k.a membrane and diaphragmatic absorbers, etc. are the weapon of choice here.
When all of this is done you may want to add diffusion. This is the last step in the order of effectivity as it is the least effective process and relatively bad ‘bang for your buck’ by design. Most diffusers are only effective in high frequencies and anything below high mids requires large designs that are expensive to commission. Furthermore, they must be placed 2-3 times the lowest diffuse wavelength away from the speakers and listening position, furthering their impracticability in small rooms.
A final optional piece of the puzzle: speaker EQ software.
Sonarworks in particular is a very contemporary software package that works beautifully as this piece of the puzzle. It is almost a matter of taste. Sonarworks and other digital solutions do not compensate for the dimension of TIME - therefore resonances must be solved first- but it is recommended as a final step after the bass traps handle the room’s resonances. Without adding the bass traps first, you may end up in a messy and confusing situation!
Do I have to treat my entire space at once? We have optimised our products so that they can be added modularly when your budget allows! You can always upgrade later.
Our guarantee: We can offer you the most effective and best value or you can have your money back - and we challenge you to find an alternative way to get more value/ a better value (cost to effectivity) from your room!
Come to us first, instead of wasting your time and money with ineffective products. We see it time and time again!
We can help you easily achieve results previously commercially unachievable for less than €10k for as little as €2-3k.
You don't need to do the full space ship/ control room vibe - you can come in at ANY price point and get the best value on the market with us. That's the basis of our USP.
Approximately how much it will cost to professionally treat my space?
As a well known industry rule of thumb, you should spend at least the same amount on acoustic treatment as your monitoring system, if not more. But, not everyone has any cash left when they realise they can't even hear their 8K speakers. Luckily KYE works with such a disruptive price point…
KYE exists to offer the best value professional acoustic treatment on Earth. Period.
There are MANY options out there, none coming close to this much bang for your buck. It really is as simple as that.
We can make a suggestion based on your budget, and we have enough resources available that anyone that knows their onions can figure it out for themselves with our system…
Can you come visit my space to determine what I need?
Sure, we can come on-site and do an in-person consultation for 120 eur Net.
However, this is not necessary at this stage and definitely not a good use of budget.
The truth is, unless your room is very unique and you have an abnormally large budget, this is quite a straightforward process for us. We do it every day!
Others may leverage your lack of knowledge.. We’re trying to save your time and ours.
This is how we normally work:
If you send us some pics of the space and dimensions, that is enough for us to recommend a treatment, and we have plenty of data to prove it, which is always available on request.
We don’t want to treat the room fully, just improve the sound. Is there a KYE solution for this?
You decide what works best for you. We give you the tools and the knowledge. You can do it yourself if you wish… or you can also ask our recommendation, which will always be free of charge. We have an efficient solution for any amount of treatment.
I want to treat half of my room, will that be enough?
Treating your room “half way” with us is still the best thing you can do with your budget compared to other companies. If that’s what you can afford right now, do it. You should always be sceptical if a company is showing that you can add six or eight products in a 30 m2 room, it’s simply physically impossible to have a professional result that way.
Bear in mind that in terms of the omnidirectional low frequencies, you treat THE ROOM.
What’s the minimum number I need to tame the bass?
0.5x bass traps per square metre should give you a substantial result, just try to designate as many units as possible to corner placement.
No matter what, the most valuable and effective use of any budget will be a set of KKX or KKP. Frankly speaking, there are no other cost effective alternatives for that level of treatment on the market.
Do you make custom sized units?
If you want bigger: it's cheaper to just add our units together.
If you want them smaller, it will cost more than the units we produce in batches due to the economy of scale.
Remember we want to offer you the most value for money. That's not it.
Do your products offer any isolation?
Isolation and absorption should not be confused.
Although isolation and acoustic treatment are two separate issues. Acoustic Isolation is the practice of controlling and attenuating sound between two volumes of space. Acoustic Treatment is the practice of controlling the sound within one volume of space [where the listener is assumed to be].
However, these products do achieve some basic isolation because of their effectivity
Curious about the isolative properties of our Ecolux series?
Show this to your neighbours!
Here is an infographic showing the huge loudness reduction resulting from 1.2x Ecolux traps per m² in a 25m² room. The graph shows a Sound Pressure Level (SPL) reading from 40-500Hz and psychoacoustic smoothing. Each coloured line represents a measurement. Each measurement was taken 15cm apart.
The resonant modal energy increases the loudness of a sound in a room,
Amplifying Like an acoustic guitar chamber!
So, because these units deal with the sub-bass frequencies, and the sub bass resonances are a part of your isolation system, this kind of treatment also takes care of some isolation for you.
Can I add your products to my existing setup of home built traps? What effect will they have?
We are often called to fix these issues from lesser performing treatments. Where possible, we try to suggest the best placement of existing units. Sometimes we even advise to double them up, so as to equate to more massive absorbers.
What’s your current delivery time from order to payment?
Immediate pick up or shipment is possible. After 9000 plus units produced, we stopped custom shop and started keeping a stock system instead in order to offer faster lead times.
Does KYE do custom-built absorbers?
Its possible but less efficient cost wise. You would be better off just picking up a set of KKX and installing/joining/attaching them together or beside each other to increase their directional surface area.
What about the placement of my window? What about that corner thing? What about that pipe?
These are small insignificant details not to worry about compared to the broad brush stroke massive effect of how we are suggesting to look at it. With a zoomed out look at the big picture, we don't waste time on silly details.
let's make it clear that bad acoustics is a boomer issue.
I want to get a vocal booth…
This kind of treatment in your room is much better than a vocal booth for vocal recordings! That is an absolute promise, from our CEO and product designer, who is accomplished as both a producer and a vocalist!
Booths used for vocal recording are often too small to allow adequate acoustic control
down to the 100 Hz region (The lowest fundamental of a male , and so suffer from "colouration" aka. Comb filtering of the SPL, boomy and "boxy" resonances, even as high as 400hz!
Booths are for recording scratch vocals with live bands.
They do not produce good sound recordings. Scratch vocals means that they will be recorded again in the overdubbing stage.
If you are recording lead vocals, you are probably working in a genre where that will be the focal point of the song. You DO NOT want to record that in a little booth!
Will these fit in my room? It’s a little surprising how quickly they disappear once you put them in place. In fact you may even realise you want more than the recommended 1.2 - 1.5 per m2.
I'm still not sure where to place the units in MY room:
We offer “by distance” set up and install guidance by WhatsApp voice message, video message, and supporting PDFs for 50 eur flat.
We also offer this service in person. You can request a full price list of services from us.
So what if I already know I want to go further, with pressure based trapping and diffusion?
Do this first. There is still space for the rest at other locations. This way we can also collect the measurement data of treating your room in phase 1, so as to design and apply phase 2 precisely. Then, the units can be built specifically for the remaining issues of the room. THIS is how targeted units such as tuned membrane traps and schroeder diffusers should be applied, and not before a proper wave of velocity absorbers.
Diffusion is the re-radiation of an incident sound wave over a wide area.
Diffusion is ineffective in the first stages of treatment.
Most diffusers sold off the shelf are actually scattering panels, technically not even diffusers!
Need a cheaper solution still? Just tell us your budget and we will tell you how to get the most out of it. We specialise in exactly that.
Do you do Student Discounts?
KYE was founded to respond to a gap in the market: high end acoustic treatment made affordable, since every other aspect of the professional listening chain had already became affordable. We set out to change industry norms.
So, we have made big investments in order to bring this to you and run a very efficient production line (we make our products in-house with a small team).
The prices are already discounted by design. We take less profit per order and do more orders in turn.
We also have to survive in order to offer such value.
We offer roughly 420% value of any competitor when you look at the ACTUAL RESULTS. Better products at lower prices, so it's a compounding effect.
We are the best value acoustic treatment company, and also the best quality - our philosophy took us there!
But you can look at it this way if you want to bring the cost down:
Take less units and add more later if you like. All of our products are optimised to be the best value they can for the price point. We design products that don’t have competitor products!
If you would like to spend less then do so. No matter what the price point is, we can offer you the best value. But if you want one of our top shelf solutions, maybe the right way to think about it is what you save already by doing so (over 80% in some cases, so yeah…).
In other words:
We can't offer you the units cheaper because our hands are tied.
We can, however, offer you the best value for your money whether you spend 500 or 5000 eur!
Everything ALREADY HAS A DISCOUNT APPLIED from the very start. Since we started, we have had measurable success in achieving the impact we set out to achieve. We have forced other companies to offer better solutions as well as drop prices. Go ask them for a discount… Oh wait, their products still suck.
If you cannot afford our premium models (ECOLUX range), You can always go with our value range (Eco Essentials) :D… You get what you pay for, even with us. We just give you more for it.