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  Reply # 1456862 25-Dec-2015 03:42
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networkn: Get an i5, and a higher resolution screen. You won't miss the processing power, but you will find 1366 resolution to be rubbish.


unless you're a MacBook Air user, in which case you'll find the magical revolutionary state of the art choice of 1366x768 or 1440x900

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  Reply # 1456871 25-Dec-2015 06:25
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Looks like Noel Leeming's the place to be ...
20-50% off everything! I wonder oft they jacked up their "RRP" lol ... I've seen them do that before and they haven't been caught yet.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1456875 25-Dec-2015 06:46
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Harvey Norman site shows Big Sale Deal prices in special red text - but with no 'usual price' shown. Ridiculous.

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  Reply # 1456876 25-Dec-2015 07:07
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I'll give you an example.
A particular camera after25% discount at NL is $3800 ... the normal price is .... $3999 2 shops down the lane ... at a small owner operated retailer ...

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  Reply # 1456877 25-Dec-2015 07:09
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ah found another one.
Noel Leeming: Canon 5D Mark 3. After 20% discount: $3720
The tiny shop down the lane: Normal price $3695 :)

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  Reply # 1456879 25-Dec-2015 07:28
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is a Dyson DC37C any good? the reviews are split. 50% 5/5, 50% 1/5. ???

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joker97: is a Dyson DC37C any good? the reviews are split. 50% 5/5, 50% 1/5. ???


I don't have the same model (mine is years old) but i love my dyson.

This is also like 50% off.



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  Reply # 1456918 25-Dec-2015 07:58
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Also surface pro 4 type covers are 30% off a noels (will work with a surface pro 3)

https://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/computers/tablets/tablet-covers-and-cases/microsoft-qc7-00058-surface-4-type-cover-black/prod142706.html

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joker97: is a Dyson DC37C any good? the reviews are split. 50% 5/5, 50% 1/5. ???


I don't have the same model (mine is years old) but i love my dyson.

This is also like 50% off.




2 things: some people say the powerful exhaust points at the floor and blows all the crap into the air - i presume that's a problem for non carpeted floors only?

AND - i had a $1000 vac for 5 years - great - but within 2 weeks of handing it over to my cleaner she managed to break all the electrical connections.
- will this happen to this dyson?

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  Reply # 1456921 25-Dec-2015 08:06
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I have had my dyson for about 7 or 8 years, never had any issue with it and the flatmate normally breaks things.

Our cleaner also seems fine with it.  It's the cat that has the issue with the machine so I don't get him to vacuum anymore :P

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  Reply # 1456933 25-Dec-2015 08:39
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This laptop at PBTech seems decent value but the title and quick facts say 8gb of ram but the specs say 4gb? That seems mighty misleading!

http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=NBKASU302067B&qr=ec_EDM1226_Boxing1_12

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  Reply # 1456935 25-Dec-2015 08:52
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JVC 55" DLED (not sure what that is) TV for $689. Apparently good for the price, today only, but I'd definitely be reading reviews before I purchased.




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  Reply # 1456936 25-Dec-2015 08:54
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I used to trust JVC. It is HUGE in Asia. Almost unheard of in NZ. Quality of the blacks and whites could affect certain buyers though.

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