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Panasonic 54" 1080p Plasma TV TH-P54V20A Refurbished $1099 + $59 Metro Shipping [Extrastock]


This might be a good buy if you want a BIG TV, and are willing to take a risk on warranty. Refurb stuff I've bought from ExtraStock has been in perfect condition, like new.

Panasonic Viera 54" Full HD 1080p Plasma TV TH-P54V20A Refurbished

Price: $1,099.00 (Was $2,599.00)

Full HS Tuner
3 x HDMI
G13 Full-HD Neo Plasma Panel
Dynamic Contrast 5,000,000:1
Anti-reflective Louver Filter
VIErA Cast Online Entertainment including Skype, Twitter, YouTube, Picasa, Bloomberg and Local Content Coming Soon. Supports DLNA & WIFI via optional dongle.
USB Playback & Record x 2 Inputs (Skype Camera, Wireless LAN, USB Keyboard, USB HDD, USB Playback) USB Playback AVCHD, DivXHD, SD-VIDEO Movies, JPEG Photos, MP3 & AAC Music
5-star energy rating (always a consideration with Plasma TVs)

This product is a refurbished return with 12 Months Warranty, and may exhibit scratches or other minor blemishes on the outside that do not affect the working of the product

Shipping rates vary from $59 to $209 - check if you are in Metro area on this page:

I checked StaticIce but nothing decent there. It's a great price compared to what I paid for my tiny 32" a few years back, but the short warranty worries me (been burnt before on a Sansui with 1 year warranty). Anyway, I'll let you guys tell us if this really is a good deal or not :-)

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  • Very good price for a great TV. 2011 models are coming, but I'm betting this will still compare well to them.

    Cannot comment on the store as I've had no dealings with them.

  • This is a great price, but I've been burnt by Extrastock in the past. I bought a Canon HD digicam from them (via eBay) a couple of years ago. Charged me $45 "shipping and handling" for Registered Post which cost them less than $15. I thought $30 was a bit steep for "handling".

    And yes, I know you can decide beforehand whether or not the delivery charges are reasonable, but I'd thought they were going to use a courier.

    And to make matter worse, the camera failed soon after its 6 month warranty expired, so that was nearly a grand down the toilet.

  • This is a great TV. I bought a new one for $1500 at the Good Guys. Love it.

  • Dont forget this is coming back into stores in March and will sell approx $1500.

    I think new models are coming in May.

  • I wonder how much the Panasonic extended warranty is and whether it is available for refurb models.

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