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Ultimate Geek
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Topic # 50083 21-Nov-2009 16:15
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Noticed that this was available on the the JB HiFi co.nz website:

http://www.jbhifionline.co.nz/plasma-lcd-tvs/plasma-tv/panasonic-th-p46g10a-46-full-hd-plasma-tv-bonus-gift-from-panasonic-until-24-12-09/436266

 

Aside from being a rather good price. Is the model even meant to be available to the NZ public?

On the Panasonic NZ site, the only G series they list are the 42" and 50" models (no 46").

The model number on the JB HiFi website is P46G10A (note the 'A' suffix), which indicates it's actually the Aussie model.

Apparently, the price is indeed in NZD - according to the two JB HiFi people I've spoken too on the phone.

Anyone know anything about a 46" G10 for the NZ market?

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  Reply # 274991 21-Nov-2009 16:49
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Okay, somehow got through to a JB HiFi sales guy who knew what he was talking about.

The 46" G10 looks to be an Aus only deal. He mentioned he's had problems in the past with customers coming after seeing some amazing deals on the co.nz website only to discover they were really for Aus customers only.

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  Reply # 275124 22-Nov-2009 10:39
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well its advertised clearly, maybe push your case and they might help you out on another deal :)

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 275127 22-Nov-2009 10:49
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keriboi: well its advertised clearly, maybe push your case and they might help you out on another deal :)


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Some brutal discounts going on at the moment. I get the impression there is still a bit of room to move on the G10's the closer we get to Christmas. Was eying the 42" G10 initially, but, wonder if I wait a few weeks that the 50" G10 will drop into my price range. JB HiFi offered me a 50" G10 for $2699 over the phone - no haggling whatsoever.

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  Reply # 275204 22-Nov-2009 15:30
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i just went to jbhifi in albany and harvey norman, harvey norman seem to have way more deals and a better range.
Im after a 42-50" but only want to spend $2500 and get 1080p :) I found heaps of plasmas in the price range but no lcd. There was a mint 32inch LED but jsut a little small

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