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Topic # 232099 29-Mar-2018 18:18
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Hi folks,

 

Panasonic DMR-BWT835GZ Blu-Ray Disc Recorder for sale [BNIB]

 

Specs: https://www.panasonic.com/nz/support/product-archives/product-archives-consumer/tv-home-theatre-audio/blu-ray-dvd/dmr-bwt835gz.html

 

Asking $500 ono. 

 

Prefer pickup from Island Bay, Wellington.

 

 

 

Had been sitting in it's unopened box for a for while so decided to sell.

 

Essentially brand new in box. Comes with all accessories and manuals etc. Unpackaged for a basic power on and remote check - seems all good! Now back in box ready for buyer.

 

 

 

Prefer pickup but can post at your own cost and risk. 

 

Box is 33cm x 45cm x 15cm. Weight is approx 5kg.

 

 

 

PM me if you are interested.

 

 

 

Cheers


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  Reply # 1985643 29-Mar-2018 20:10
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Just commenting to say I have one of these and it's a really good PVR, bought one as part of my cord cutting from Sky to Freeview




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  Reply # 1985658 29-Mar-2018 20:27
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Cheers shk!

I was thinking along the same lines when I brought it but got some decentish offers from sky that kept me hooked so this thing stayed in the cupboard.



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  Reply # 2071798 11-Aug-2018 15:39
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