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#262283 14-Jan-2020 13:23
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Before I list it on TM in the next few days I thought I'd put this up on here...


Selling a Panasonic 60" plasma, model number TH-P60ST50Z (similar to this one).


Manufactured Oct 2012, in excellent condition.


Comes with the stand (unused) and two pairs of 3D glasses.


Pick-up is Palmerston North, or I could potentially look at delivering in the lower NI for a charge.


Sure, not 4K nor does it offer the brightness of an LCD or OLED, but personally I prefer the image on a plasma over the entry-level-to-mid-range LCD TVs out there.


Asking price: $300.

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  #2391805 14-Jan-2020 13:47
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Interested. Will send a PM.

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Master Geek

  #2392054 14-Jan-2020 15:41
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If you were in JAFAland I'd smash this GLWS




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  #2392056 14-Jan-2020 15:51
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If you were in JAFAland I'd smash this GLWS



If my kids needed any further proof I'm closer to hip op than hip, I had to google 'GLWS'; my first reading was you'd destroy you're own TV, which had a model number of GLWS!


The GLWS may even not be needed as just waiting to have the final confirmation from @spudster, but will post back here once payment finalises sale. Clearly I was asking too little! (Seriously, though, I would rather someone gets some enjoyment out of what is still a good TV; anything I get for it will go towards a new 4K Atmos-ready receiver...)

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  #2392272 15-Jan-2020 06:07
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Payment confirmed, so now sold...

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Master Geek

  #2392404 15-Jan-2020 10:48
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Great TV as i have the exact same model(was my main TV and now a bedroom TV). Bargain at $300. Buyer will be very happy.

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