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m@cky
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« on: September 10, 2007, 12:16:50 AM »

Hi All,

I've been collecting & comparing prices of many home appliances from various dealers lately.
Hence, i thought it might be useful for me to share with others on what i've gotten so far.  Smiley
However, to make this thread beneficial to all, we need to make this sticky and request contributions from all other members to keep this updated.  Grin

Hob & Hood

Rinnai RB-333 + RH-995CT
http://www.rinnai.com.sg/index.cfm?GPID=11



Everjoint : $898
Ban Kim Chuan : $930
Goh Ah Bee : $916
Bedok Central Electrical : $970
Parisilk : $930

Rinnai RB-333 + RH-90CD


Everjoint : $898

Washing Machine

Panasonic Aquabeat NA-F70G6 (7kg)
http://panasonic.co.jp/appliance/global/products/washing_machine/flash/index.html


Everjoint : $406
Goh Ah Bee : $415
Ban Kim Chuan : $410
Parisilk : $420

Panasonic Aquabeat NA-F80G6 (8kg)
Everjoint : $533
Goh Ah Bee : $540
Ban Kim Chuan : $540
Bedok Central Electrical : $580
Parisilk : $550

Hitachi SF-80GJ (8kg)
http://www.hitachiconsumer.com/sg/products/subcatpage.aspx?tid=71&cid=635


Everjoint : $479

Fridge

Hitachi R-S37SVS (Stainless Steel)
W:590 D:615 H:1798

 
Everjoint : $966
Goh Ah Bee : $1000
Goh Ah Bee : $1010 <dafansu>
Ban Kim Chuan : $960
Bedok Central Electrical : $995
Parisilk : $995
Best:$1099 <dafansu>

Panasonic NR-B282G-S6


Everjoint : $575
Goh Ah Bee :  $595

Air Conditioner

Panasonic System3 Non-Inverter
 
Everjoint : $1938
Ban Kim Chuan : $1950
Parisilk : $1865
Bedok Central Electrical :

Panasonic System3 Inverter
Everjoint: $2473
Parislik : $2395

Toshiba System3 Non-Inverter
http://www.toshiba-aircon.com.sg/products.html
Everjoint : $1810
Ban Kim Chuan : $1820

Toshiba System3 Inverter
Everjoint : $2548

LCD / Plasma TV

Samsung LA37R81B (37")

 
Everjoint : $2028 (includes voucher & HTS)
Goh Ah Bee : $2080 (includes HTS)
Ban Kim Chuan : $2150 (includes HTS)
Bedok Central Electrical : $2300

Panasonic VIERA TX-32LX700M (32")


Everjoint : $1478
Goh Ah Bee : $1450

Hitachi 42PD9500TA (42")
http://www.hitachiconsumer.com/sg/products/prodlisting.aspx?tid=629&cid=107


Everjoint : $1999

Electric Storage Water Heater

Joven JH25 (25L)
http://www.joven-electric.com/product_electric/default.asp


Everjoint : $220
Royal Franco : $235

Amasco AMC 825-H
http://www.amasco.com.sg/amasco/displaySection.php?productID=40


Royal Franco : $215
« Last Edit: September 20, 2007, 03:59:25 PM by m@cky » Logged
dafansu
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« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2007, 10:43:40 AM »

LCD
Model: Sony Bravia KLV40V300A 8000:1

Price: $3299
Place: Courts,Best Free $400 SE voucher
Price: $2960 Blk 1 Jalan bukit merah Free $400 SE voucher
Price: $2940 Hong Liang No voucher




Fridge

Model:  Panasonic  NRC373M-SS
590W 621D 1795H
Price: $1599
Place: Best

Model: Panasonic NRC376MXSS
590mmx621x1798
Price: $1799 Courts, Best
Price: $1598 Everyjoint

Model: Mitsuibishi MRV45S-ST
635mmx676x1777
Price: $999
Place: Courts,best

Model: Mitsuibishi MRCU46S-CP-P
600x639x1798
Price:$1199
Place: Best
« Last Edit: September 20, 2007, 04:00:21 PM by m@cky » Logged
dafansu
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« Reply #2 on: October 02, 2007, 10:00:27 PM »

Gas Hobs
Tecno TZ683TR
Chuan Heng: $490
Hoe Kee: $458

Tecno TZ6000
Chuan Heng: $438

Cooker Hoods
Tecno K296
Chuan Heng: $224

Ovens
TMO18
HQ $575

TMO28
HQ $738
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« Reply #3 on: October 15, 2007, 06:13:25 PM »

Electrolux Cooker Hob Model: EGG9430KCG
3Burner with small, medium and big type of fire. Bought from Aik Leong Electrical at Blk 121, #01-16, Jalan Bukit Merah Lane 1 Tel: 62719365
Pirce: SGD294nett

My suggestion for Cooker Hood is better not to buy because it take alot of effort to clean it.
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« Reply #4 on: October 24, 2007, 12:56:34 AM »

Go to Square2 ( nest to Novena Sq) Harvey Norman. Look for Tony. He gave me very goo price for my electrical Appliances.
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« Reply #5 on: October 27, 2007, 09:35:30 PM »

Hi,  if you are searching for Fridge, Washing Machine, etc, take down the type of Brand, Model, Serial No., prices.  Then head down to Federal Electronics Pte Ltd 217 / 225, Jalan Besar, Tel : 6273333. - the price quoted by them is better than other shop / shopping ctr.
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« Reply #6 on: October 28, 2007, 02:32:56 PM »

Hi,  if you are searching for Fridge, Washing Machine, etc, take down the type of Brand, Model, Serial No., prices.  Then head down to Federal Electronics Pte Ltd 217 / 225, Jalan Besar, Tel : 6273333. - the price quoted by them is better than other shop / shopping ctr.

Bro,

Sorry to disappoint u. But the price there a slightly expensive than E#$rj@int.

Maybe there are thing that are cheaper than the place I mentioned but as for the items u mentioned, I had compared the price. My place is much more cheaper. Juz my 2 cents worth.

No hard feeling. Thanks for sharing.............. Grin
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m@cky
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« Reply #7 on: October 28, 2007, 05:17:46 PM »


Bro,

Sorry to disappoint u. But the price there a slightly expensive than E#$rj@int.

Maybe there are thing that are cheaper than the place I mentioned but as for the items u mentioned, I had compared the price. My place is much more cheaper. Juz my 2 cents worth.

No hard feeling. Thanks for sharing.............. Grin
You're right bro!
So far, i cannot find anywhere else sells cheaper than everjoint.
So issues mentioning the name.  Grin
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ahsiong
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« Reply #8 on: October 31, 2007, 09:43:15 PM »

as i drove along PIE towards city, i notice there is a building at Eunos area just beside the PIE with alot of signboard with different electrical appliances brands on it.
there is a some huge words "Electrical Applicances Electrical Store" if I remember correctly.
anyone been to this building before?
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« Reply #9 on: November 01, 2007, 12:51:37 PM »

hi Everybody,

Last Nov to this year Feb I've also gone shopping for appliances, I've checked out the big stores, neighbourhood's stores and some so called very cheap store. However, from my experiences, only if you're prepared to be very patienced with the smaller neighbourhood's store, their services level are not as good as the bigger store. If you compare the prices you'll realised that the free gifts; after-sales warranties; after-sales services are very much different between the small stores and the big ones. The best deals are those special promotional items for big appliances like LCD TV; Fridges; Washing machines; aircon; etc.., so basically you've to monitor daily esp during the Fri and Sat advertisements, made a decision and never check the prices again as some items like LCD TV, the prices keep dropping by about 15-20% every 2 months!  but then the latest models will come with better features but will also cost more. So my point is that, at the end of the day, just buy from whoever can offers you the best deals with acceptable services,  for your selected model of appliances within your budget and never regret. As for me, I've bought appliances from Courts; Best; Hoe Kee;  Natural Cool; Hock Hua; Monsoon. Just my 2-cents worth! 
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« Reply #10 on: November 02, 2007, 05:31:42 PM »

dear friend.
am glad i found u as i am bneeding to replace my water heater. but i could not find contact of royal franco. can u help me?
tku
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« Reply #11 on: November 03, 2007, 12:20:08 AM »

hi Everybody,

Last Nov to this year Feb I've also gone shopping for appliances, I've checked out the big stores, neighbourhood's stores and some so called very cheap store. However, from my experiences, only if you're prepared to be very patienced with the smaller neighbourhood's store, their services level are not as good as the bigger store. If you compare the prices you'll realised that the free gifts; after-sales warranties; after-sales services are very much different between the small stores and the big ones. The best deals are those special promotional items for big appliances like LCD TV; Fridges; Washing machines; aircon; etc.., so basically you've to monitor daily esp during the Fri and Sat advertisements, made a decision and never check the prices again as some items like LCD TV, the prices keep dropping by about 15-20% every 2 months!  but then the latest models will come with better features but will also cost more. So my point is that, at the end of the day, just buy from whoever can offers you the best deals with acceptable services,  for your selected model of appliances within your budget and never regret. As for me, I've bought appliances from Courts; Best; Hoe Kee;  Natural Cool; Hock Hua; Monsoon. Just my 2-cents worth! 


wah...i also have the same opinion as you. I always read the newspaper for special deals. sometimes the deal can be real good.
for my i already bought my Samsung 40" HD ready TV $1388 and LG 6.5kg washer $199.
Also got my panasonic system 3 from NaturalCool at $1729. this should be the cheapest price around compare to other place selling at $1900++.
Well, now Tecno has warehouse sales for this weekend. Good to go there to get some small appliances like slow cooker, vacuum cleaner, etc.
Cooker and hob wise, I don't think it is really cheap unless you buy their display sets.
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« Reply #12 on: November 03, 2007, 12:05:27 PM »

hi Everybody,

Last Nov to this year Feb I've also gone shopping for appliances, I've checked out the big stores, neighbourhood's stores and some so called very cheap store. However, from my experiences, only if you're prepared to be very patienced with the smaller neighbourhood's store, their services level are not as good as the bigger store. If you compare the prices you'll realised that the free gifts; after-sales warranties; after-sales services are very much different between the small stores and the big ones. The best deals are those special promotional items for big appliances like LCD TV; Fridges; Washing machines; aircon; etc.., so basically you've to monitor daily esp during the Fri and Sat advertisements, made a decision and never check the prices again as some items like LCD TV, the prices keep dropping by about 15-20% every 2 months!  but then the latest models will come with better features but will also cost more. So my point is that, at the end of the day, just buy from whoever can offers you the best deals with acceptable services,  for your selected model of appliances within your budget and never regret. As for me, I've bought appliances from Courts; Best; Hoe Kee;  Natural Cool; Hock Hua; Monsoon. Just my 2-cents worth! 


wah...i also have the same opinion as you. I always read the newspaper for special deals. sometimes the deal can be real good.
for my i already bought my Samsung 40" HD ready TV $1388 and LG 6.5kg washer $199.
Also got my panasonic system 3 from NaturalCool at $1729. this should be the cheapest price around compare to other place selling at $1900++.
Well, now Tecno has warehouse sales for this weekend. Good to go there to get some small appliances like slow cooker, vacuum cleaner, etc.
Cooker and hob wise, I don't think it is really cheap unless you buy their display sets.

Where's the Techno warehouse sales?
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ahsiong
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« Reply #13 on: November 03, 2007, 12:11:03 PM »

It's advertised in yesterday and also today newspaper i think.

go to their website www.tecno.com.sg to search for their main headquarter address which is at thomson area.
the warehouse sales is held there.
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« Reply #14 on: November 03, 2007, 01:00:16 PM »

Thanks mate.
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