Founded in 1987, P3 International is a privately owned manufacturer of solution oriented consumer products. For the last twenty five years we have strived to develop products that are easy to use and ahead of their time. Thanks to our customer-centric attitude and support from our clients, we have experienced steady growth over the past decade.
We are committed to manufacturing high quality products that appeal to a variety of different people, from the environmentally conscious to the more technologically minded consumer. With this philosophy driving us we are always looking for innovative new products which we can offer our customers.
Our unique products have gained us a lot of attention over the past few years, in particular our Kill A Watt, a user-friendly power meter that enables people to calculate the cost to use their home appliances. Reviews of our products have been featured in newspapers such as The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal and with many new products yet to be released, we anticipate even more media exposure and consumer recognition.
P4400 Kill A Watt Energy Consumption Monitor
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and how to make the industry greener from testing to recycling.
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