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Topic # 86664 11-Jul-2011 18:12
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Just wondering if people to give me some ideas of where to look for a well price entertainment unit.

Something like this. But maybe a little cheaper

http://www.paulmoney.co.nz/zoom/av-furniture/wrl140in-black-vinyl

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  Reply # 492173 11-Jul-2011 19:25
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Plenty available on Trademe

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  Reply # 492191 11-Jul-2011 20:22
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Where in NZ are you? The Critereon factory shop in Auckland is pretty good value.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 492208 11-Jul-2011 21:11
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Bought my cabinet from Target Furniture in Wairau Rd (Auckland). Approx similar to your supplied link but smaller, two drawers only, but perfectly fits my 40 inch tv, plus TiVo, MacBook Pro, external hdds and Xbox :).
Was very very good value, around $200. Important factor for me was that is was NOT flatpack, it was factory assembled. Unit is very sturdy, I could easily stand on it with no concerns about sturdiness.

Cheers,
Joseph



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  Reply # 492218 11-Jul-2011 21:43
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Am in Wellington.

Target! Didn't get think of that. WIll check that out. THanks mate.

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  Reply # 492220 11-Jul-2011 21:48
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I built this one myself.... But then again i work in a place making kitchens





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  Reply # 492451 12-Jul-2011 14:02
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Sounds like you would be keen to make me one lol

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  Reply # 492624 12-Jul-2011 19:43
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Kopkiwi: Sounds like you would be keen to make me one lol




Haha i could do. The board i used there is 30mm Particle board in a colour called Charred oak. It cost me $130 for a 2440 x 1220 sheet. Im gutted we didn't have a cover sheet of that colour laying around cos then the cabinet would have been free!

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