Achilles Labs Massive 33% Off Sale

Achilles Labs Massive 33% Off Sale

Achilles Labs, a Bitcoin mining hardware provider located in China, Is offering a huge 33% discount sale on AM-6000, AM-3400, and AM-1700 Bitcoin miners. While fluctuations have affected the Bitcoin mining industry as a whole, a drop in sales volume for Achilles Labs means that you can pick up some serious hardware for a big discount.

While Bitcoin price is down, there is still ample opportunity in Bitcoin mining now and in the near future. The machines currently offered by Achilles Labs are powerful and with the 33% discount, likely a good bargain.

Achilles Labs offers free worldwide shipping on all miners, and currently accepts Bitcoin payments. In addition to the free shipping, all products come with a 1 year warranty which allows customers to either get a refund or a replacement in the unlikely case of a defective miner. The specs and price of the miners offered in the 33% discount are as follows:

AM-6000: 6TH/s, 3800W, 0.63W/GH ($1940.00)
AM-3400: 3.4TH/s, 2150W, 0.63W/GH  ($1270.00)
AM-1700: 1.7TH/s, 1075W, 0.63W/GH ($734.00)

The Achilles Labs 33% sale only lasts until inventory is gone. With the high hashrate and big discount, it’s a good time to get started in Bitcoin mining or expand your existing hardware.

For more information please visit http://achilleslabs.com/


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