Superco Wishes You A Happy Chinese New year

HAPPY CHINESE NEW YEAR 2020! Chinese New Year is often celebrated by displaying items that symbolize good fortune to attract good luck into your home. Eating lucky food is a must, such as dumplings that shape like old Chinese ingot currency, long noodle for long life,...

Superco Black Friday Sale Starts Now

SUPERCOBLACK FRIDAY SALESTARTS NOW! NOW ~ 12-2-2019SALEBlack Friday, the hottest sale event of the year is here! Now until 12/2/2019, all Appliances, Furniture, Mattresses, Massage Chairs are on sale, UP TO 70% OFF! You don't have to wait until 11/29. Black Friday at...

Superco 36th Anniversary Event

SUPERCO 36TH ANNIVERSARY PRIZE DRAWINGFREE SUPERCO GIFT CARD NOW ~ 11/30/2019 Superco is 36 years old! We want to thank everyone for their support, allowing us to grow as a business over the years. Happy customers made Superco, we are really glad to be able to serve...
Pet Furniture for the 21st Century Home

Pet Furniture for the 21st Century Home

We spend a lot of time and money making sure our homes are a reflection of ourselves and how we want to live, but sometimes we forget that we also share our homes with our pets. We make sure our furniture and our decor suits us, but not very many of us give more than...

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Ahead of the Curve?: Pros and Cons of Curved TVs

Ahead of the Curve?: Pros and Cons of Curved TVs

Curved TVs are taking the electronics industry by storm. Everyone from LG to Samsung has debuted their own curved screen this year, closely following the heels of the 3D and 4K trend of 2013. But is it just that- a trend, a fleeting fad that won't live to see 2015? We...

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Small Detail, Big Impact – Get a Rug

Small Detail, Big Impact – Get a Rug

We're going to switch things up a little bit today and talk more about interior decorating and less about home appliances. After all, it's a combination of the two that make up the majority of your home. A lot of the products we talk about on this blog are very trendy...

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The Internet of Things: Household Items You Wish You Had

The Internet of Things: Household Items You Wish You Had

There are thousands, perhaps millions, of inventions being conceptually created and constructed daily yet no one knows about them. It's hard to imagine how much content and information we don't know when we have a seemingly unlimited amount of data that's just a quick...

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Cuckoo for Cuckoo Rice Cookers

Cuckoo for Cuckoo Rice Cookers

Some people like to cook alone. Others do it out of habit. Personally, I prefer solo cooking. It's a time where I can relax and reflect. In a way, it's therapeutic. But sometimes (perhaps after being inspired by "Top Chef") everything gets hard to keep track of when...

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Investing in America

Investing in America

One of the key philosophies we've been focusing on is making quality investments. Whether it's a small purchase like a toaster or something bigger, like a refrigerator, you want to make sure that what you're spending hard-earned money on is going to last you the...

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The Water Paradox: How to Save Water During a Drought

The Water Paradox: How to Save Water During a Drought

How to Save Water During a Drought Don't let news of the impending "winter" rainstorms fool you-- when California is not getting its biannual inch or two of drizzle, it's sun, sun, sun. Some people say we're blessed with beautiful, balmy weather all year long and it's...

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Team Zojirushi or Team Tiger?

Team Zojirushi or Team Tiger?

There are a couple factors that we take into consideration before we pull out our wallets and swipe our favorite piece of plastic. The degree which we take into consideration each factor depends on what kind of item it is. For instance, when we're buying a pair of...

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