Order The Best Lulav And Esrog Set In Town From Eichlers!

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Lulav and Esrog Set from Israel

Yanover Lulav and Esrog from Italy

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Eichler’s has over 30 years of experience supplying Lulav and Etrog sets to our customers. We sell only the finest and freshest four species. Packed to withstand shipment, each set includes a lulav (palm branch), hadassim (myrtle branches), aravot (willow branches) and an etrog.

All Esrogim sold by Eichlers.com are 100% Kosher and are grown and qualified under strict Rabbinic supervision.







My awesome Yanover Esrog from Eichler’s last year.  A number of my friends also ordered from Eichler’s last year and were very pleased.

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Which one did you get?

Basic +$79.95
Special +$129.95
Executive +$149.95


Is there an issue with buying a mitzvah object with a credit card? I know that in many communities people try to pay by check or cash- maybe here its a good idea to use your debit card?


if i put it on amex does it come with an extra year warranty? does that mean i dont need to buy one next year?


@AkivaF: That depends on how much extra you want the merchant to make.

@E>srog: Amex extends the manufacturers warranty, in this case there is none in the first place.

Chag Sameach


Huh? Where does it say you can’t buy something with a credit card?

Only half kidding here, anyone ever try doing amex return protection on one of these things?


From the pic it looks like it was made in a factory. Is it still considered Yanover if the factory is located in China but the mold was made from an original Yanover 🙂


@AkivaF:no. if it would be a problem ,no dif between dc or cc@E>srog: @Chaim: iirc there is no protection for perishable items