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# 250996 4-Jun-2019 14:36
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https://www.spark.co.nz/sonytvoffer

 

 

 

Apparently it's a 49X7000F: https://www.sony.co.nz/electronics/support/televisions-projectors-lcd-tvs-android-/kd-49x7500f/specifications


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  # 2251315 4-Jun-2019 16:01
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I was in a spark store today and its 49X7500F, not 49X7000F


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  # 2251318 4-Jun-2019 16:06
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There was some confusion around models.

 

 

 

I've had it clarified as https://www.sony.co.nz/electronics/support/televisions-projectors-lcd-tvs-android-/kd-49x7500f/specifications

 

 





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  # 2251330 4-Jun-2019 16:29
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I think he typo'd, he linked the 7500f 




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  # 2251333 4-Jun-2019 16:36
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Yes typo oops


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  # 2251337 4-Jun-2019 16:51
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Seems like a good deal given we're in the market for a new 4K TV. Pity landline customers aren't included in the deal, it might've kept us from moving to VoIP in the short term.


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  # 2251420 4-Jun-2019 18:16
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I tried to get one through the online chat and was told they sold out at 1pm. I bet there will be a few on trade me since they allowed 2 per customer. Bit bummed because we need a new TV but a Veon will do the trick.

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  # 2251429 4-Jun-2019 18:40
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lookout: I tried to get one through the online chat and was told they sold out at 1pm. I bet there will be a few on trade me since they allowed 2 per customer. Bit bummed because we need a new TV but a Veon will do the trick.


So it launched today, and they sold out by 1pm! That’s a bit poor.
Did they only have 30 in stock?

 
 
 
 


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  # 2251880 5-Jun-2019 10:30
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With respect to this, how many do you expect them to hold.

 

Its a 1st in 1st served. Can't blame Spark if they sell out quick on a good deal.


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  # 2251894 5-Jun-2019 10:55
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Did they only have 30 in stock?

 

They probably are a bit shy after getting 100,000 Tivo's and struggeling to shift them :-)

 

 





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  # 2252015 5-Jun-2019 12:20
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Confirmed this morning, offer has ended.

 

 

 

I can't comment on volumes as a figure but can say it was a significant volume.





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  # 2252095 5-Jun-2019 13:31
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Already seen a couple being re-sold on Trademe


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  # 2252099 5-Jun-2019 13:44
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Yeah, theres about 3 so far that fit the criteria. 

 

 





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  # 2252115 5-Jun-2019 14:37
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hio77: Confirmed this morning, offer has ended.

Cry. Behind on my email.

Interesting spec says rs232c interface. Wonder what that can be used for

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  # 2252120 5-Jun-2019 14:52
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gzt:
hio77: Confirmed this morning, offer has ended.

Cry. Behind on my email.

Interesting spec says rs232c interface. Wonder what that can be used for

 

hah, i'd say even i was very tempted....





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  # 2252144 5-Jun-2019 15:31
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Wonder how many Spark staff obtained them........  ;)

 

 





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