Eichlerís is offering customers the option to purchase machzorim in any size or nusach they might need for, just in time for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur 2012.
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Eichlerís, available online at http://www.Eichlers.com, is currently spotlighting the extensive collection of machzorim it is offering for the upcoming holidays. The Judaica store offers hardcover, leather bound, and paperback machzorim from a variety of publishers and in four different nusachim to provide customers with a wide array of options for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur 2012.
ďAt Eichlerís, we believe in going above and beyond to provide customers with precisely what they need, and our collection of machzorim for Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur 2012 is an excellent example of this. The full range of beautiful machzorim we sell includes a number of multilingual items, with both linear and interlinear translation options available, and we also provide machzorim in every nusach. Our selection includes hardcover, paperback, and leather bound pieces, and we offer a variety of styles, sizes and prices. Our website features over 70 options for customers to choose from, which ensures that every shopper can find a machzor that gives them exactly what they are looking for,Ē said Shlomo Eichler, the companyís CEO.
For those looking for a basic machzor, Eichlerís is now offering a complete line of classic products from Artscroll. The full-sized Hebrew-only Sefard and Ashkenaz options for Yom Kippur 2012 are currently available in hardcover for only $12.99 apiece, but do not feature any translations. Customers who want a Hebrew/English version can pay $14.99 for a pocketsize paperback machzor in either nusach for Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur.
Customers who want to buy an interlinear machzor may be interested in the items Eichlerís is offering from Artscrollís Schottenstein line. Featuring dark brown leather with gold embossing, the hardcover pocketsize machzor is available from the companyís website for only $17.99, with the full-sized version costing approximately $9 more than that. Customers who are purchasing the item can choose their nusach and specify whether they are looking for the Rosh Hashana or Yom Kippur version. Eichlerís is also offering shoppers the option of adding gold stamping for an extra $4.
For Sefardi shoppers, Eichlerís offers a number of alternatives, including the Orot Sephardic Hebrew/English machzor. The linear machzor offers English translations as well as a commentary on holiday laws and customs for Sephardic communities. The Yom Kippur version costs $39.95 and the option for Rosh Hashana 2012 is slightly less expensive, with a list price of $34.95.
In addition to selling a wide array of Hebrew/English machzorim, Eichlerís also offers the full line of products from Yosef Haim Mizrahi, which features Hebrew/Russian transliteration. The dark brown machzorim can be purchased for either Yom Kippur or Rosh Hashana 2012 and are currently available for $29.99, a savings of 50% off the list price.
To order something from Eichlerís full line of Artscroll, Metsuda, Beis Tefila, or other machzorim, visit the companyís website at http://www.Eichlers.com or call 888-342-4537. The Judaica store is active in the social sphere and can be found on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/Eichlers or on Twitter at https://twitter.com/Eichlers. It blogs regularly from http://www.EichlersBlog.com, where it is currently offering tips, tricks and menus for Rosh Hashana 2012.