expired Sam's Warehouse - 50 - 85% off Thousands of Lines E.g. SDSTB $10, Vacuum $10, Netbook/Blu-Ray $49

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Hi guys,

Latest Sam's Warehouse catalogue for this week STARTS THURSDAY 4TH AUGUST UNTIL 10TH AUGUST 2011 has some great cheapo buys in it. Can't imagine the quality is great, so don't go using them as your primary entertainment units but if you're after some 'extra' units for bedrooms/downstairs/car entertainment areas then this could be one for you.

On a personal note, I bought a Highlander DVD player 7 yrs ago from them and it's still going strong - makes some weird noises when I turn it on but hey it goes good. Beat the hell out of my Sony one which lasted 3 yrs.

Anyway here are some of the buys along with T&C's

STANDARD DEFINITION SET TOP BOX - $10
1400W VACUUM CLEANER - $10
JNC 5.1 CHANNEL DVD PLAYER - $19
NOOSA 5 CHEST DRAWER - $39
EVA TV ENTERTAINMENT UNIT - $39
BUFFET UNIT 5 COMPARTMENTS - $49
NOOSA QUEEN BED WITH DRAWERS - $79 - Awesome buy if u need a bed
HIGHLANDER 7 INCH DUAL SCREEN PORTABLE DVD PLAYER - $49
7 INCH NETBOOK COMPUTER - $49 - Great intro system for kids or simply as a backup to your main computer system. Looks like it is running XP on the catalogue.
COBOLT E BOOK READER 7 INCH - $49
SEIKI BLU RAY PLAYER - $49

KODAK EXTRA HEAVY DUTY BATTERIES 4 PACK - $1
CORAL FLEECE THRO RUGS 125 * 150 - $4

1000'S OF LINES BELOW COST PRICE 50 - 85% OFF

MOD EDIT GOLO SAMS CRAZYCLARKS CHICKENFEED are all the same chain, so variations in stock but essentially the same, maybe small variations by state.
http://catalogues.crazyclarks.com.au
http://catalogues.golo.com.au
http://www.chickenfeed.com.au/catalogue.htm

T&C
Due to the genuine nature of this clearance stock levels will vary by store. All efforts will be made to make sure that all stores have stock of all items advertised for the duration of the sale. We reserve the right to withdraw from offer any item that has its supply interrupted by shipping delays, short delivery or for quality control reasons. No layby or rainchecks, personal shoppers only .


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  • +1 vote

    Is this in the catalogue, couldn't see it and want more details?
    7 INCH NETBOOK COMPUTER - $49 - Great intro system for kids or simply as a backup to your main

  • +7 votes

    Some specs for the netbook:
    7" (17.18cm) LCD screen.
    Extremely portable & convenient. WiFi compatible.
    Loaded with Windows CE operating system, in-built 2GB flash memory, built in WiFi, SD/MMC card reader to expand memory, 3x USB inputs, 10/100mbps wired LAN, 2000mAh rechargeable battery, 7" (17.18cm) LCD screen, light and portable weighing only 820g.

    As for the Blu Ray player, here's some info for those that might ask about region locks:
    http://www.austech.info/recordable-discs/47853-seiki-brand-b...
    and a whirlpool thread: http://forums.whirlpool.net.au/archive/1601684

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      Where did you find that?

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        The netbook was an old catalogue bargain a fair while back (I thought it was posted here, but couldn't find it). Anyway, got specs from: http://www.topbargains.com.au/catalogues/netbook-computer-19...

        As for the Blu Ray, not bad considering it can play MKV files, as well as be multi-region DVD and Blu Ray compatible, so fellow OzBargainers can watch their Harry Potter collection from the UK (or the possibility of their 'phantom' action box set from The Hut/Zavvi) :)

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      Specs in more detail:
      7" (17.18cm). L21 x W14cm x H33mm, 800 x 480 pixels, 16:9 display, 2GB HDD, 4GB SD RAM, 512MB memory, 64MB memory capacity, 802.11a/b/g, 2000 mAh battery AC/DC Power adaptor. NT-7002. LCD screen. Windows Ce. Wireless. 54mbps. SD/MMC card reader. Battery/ACDC power. 3x USB 2.0. Compact & light 0.82kg.

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        4GB SD RAM?

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          I'd suggest it has 2GB onboard flash for the OS, etc, and a 4GB SD card.. Very poor descriptions all round - no fault of the posters though.

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    Thanks aldog, very good value.

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    Multi-Region compatible Blu-Ray player. Good price

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      Does this mean it plays all regions ? Also do we have to worry if it only can switch region for certain amount of times like DVD player in the past ? Sorry I'm quite lost when it come to this kind of stuff lol

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    Awesome stuff aldog thanks for the specs and info I might buy a couple of those netbooks and a couple of those blu ray players for early Christmas gifts.

    Might even buy a netbook for myself now that I like those specs :)

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      Going to have a Merry Broden X-Mass?

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    Where is the link to the catalogue please?

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      Catalogue was in my mailbox - so no link yet. Check the link I posted on thursday once the catalogue starts. This is a heads up a few days in advance just so you know it's coming. Check your mailbox today or tomorrow it may be there if you get Sam's Warehouse catalogues delivered.

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        Thanks crikey123.

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    I have a 720p Plasma. Would there be any benefit to having a Blu ray player?

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      yes!!
      DVD are 480p so you will see a huge improvement
      you could also play HD files of usb if you want…
      This seems ok, it is budget cheap basic crappy etc. but $50 if you like it
      down grade this to spare room tv and get yourself a better one later

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        I normally watch 720p mkv files thru my Boxee Box. Don't even have a DVD player for that reason.

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        Wondering if blu ray would look better than downloaded bd rips.

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          not if the bd rips are in 1080p, as that is the resolution blu ray discs are. However there probably will be some minor artifacts in the bd rips depending on the compression/ripping methods used.

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          depends on the mkv compression size, normally any movie(except LOTR) with size above 12-15GB would provide the same quality as the BD, otherwise I'll go Bluray disk

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      Absolutely, YES!!

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    Image of back page of catalogue:
    http://lulzimg.com/i24/d5149f.jpg

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      thanks mate. gotta get one for my 3 year old to keep her preying hands of my laptop

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        You could get the dual screen DVD player for her for the car whilst you're at it! :)

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          do you know if the dvd player plugs to your cars player or does it have a built in player in itself.

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          Unsure of exact model, but here's some more info/pics for it:
          http://www.crazysales.com.au/highlander-dual-screen-dvd-play...

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          fouund my asnwer. It has it's own dvd player built in. Very handy.

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          this looks good. Specs from below says this also has USB support so might even support xvids or even MKV. Does anyone know if this runs off a battery or do we have to keep it plugged in all the time.

          Only thing is DC adaptor not included

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          @spawnpoint: I haven't tried it with MKV, but it loads a 1gb AVI. movie off a usb in <10seconds. It does not contain a rechargeable battery, so it does need to be connected with the dc power adaptor during use. That being said, it has both 'last memmory' functions for sd, usb and DVD movies. So you can resume where u left off, simply by reinserting the media. =) The DC adaptor is included.

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    Bed has drawers in sides? Not mentioned in online catalogue. Handy if it does.

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    I really wanna see a picture of the queen bed :)

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    Will try and post more of the catalogue at lunchtime.

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    Hmm, the netbook is so cheap, maybe I should get one.
    Just wondering if it would run another OS that's not Windows CE properly?
    And any information of the specs?
    As a poor student, this is the cheapest laptop I've seen and it should increase my productivity at uni ;)

    • +1 vote

      Most likely running an ARM processor, at very low speeds (around 400MHz). You could potentially get a version of Linux running on it, or maybe even Android at a stretch. But it would be far from an easy option…

      Also, be aware that there is no mention of RAM in this system, it would also be very low - around 256MB.

    • +2 votes

      dont expect anything to run smoothly except for word and maybe some
      VERY LIGHT browsing.

      • +1 vote

        Yep… You'll find most Android smart phones have better specs than this netbook! =D

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          Thanks for the advice guys! Sounds like something I should avoid, from the sound of it, even my phone's got a bit more grunt than this.

          Time to wait for a cheap netbook deal to come around.

        • +1 vote

          In 2011 this netbook is looking just a wee bit underpowered. $50 is such a fantastic price for such a mini piece of computing technology but the specs leave a little to be desired.

          Even most websites are evolving and becoming more flash-based and graphical which this little bugger will struggle to load. Can't think of many real uses for it. It wouldn't even run Dosbox or SNES emulation properly, the CPU doesn't have enough speed.

      • +1 vote

        This thing is better than my computer from y2000 which was only 233mhz and 64mb but I don't imagine it can do much modern stuff, unless you find really old games and apps.

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    Any one played Multi region blu ray or dvd on the dvd player & read it had problems with avi, anyone get this working. If so this a gr8 cheap version. Also does divx work on it.

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    What's the ebook reader like ?

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      thats what I wanted to ask

      ebay item here has it for $75
      http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/COBOLT-E-BOOK-READER-/25085872988...

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      I'm wondering what is a better spend of $50 - a seriously underpowered lite-speed netbook with circa 2005 specs, a cheap & nasty BR player, or a boring text reader?
      Ok, I'm being harsh and facetious, they are actually good bargains if that is what you want and I will have a look in-store on Thursday because I'm curious.

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        I'll be getting the car DVD player for $50, if only to use it to view my photos on a bigger screen and allow everyone in the car to listen to their own music.

        The DVD functionality is an added bonus.

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        wolfie, if you dont have kids go the BR player - definitely the cheapest I have seen for one that does multi region blu ray. I mean sure you might fall asleep waiting for the disc to load but at least it will load, and for all you know it might actually be quick and decent, im just guessing

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    Can you order online as the closest warehouse is 208km away?

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    For the netbook, I checked on eBay to see if there were any cheaper/better ones second hand or something.
    I searched "7" netbook" and the cheapest is a $30 one by a schmuck with 0 feedback, the one after that is an $80 one which looks very similar to the one in the catalog here.
    The stats match up aswell, must be the same model.

    I'd recommend having a look at the page, they make it seem pretty nice.
    Aswell as the extra details.
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/7-Mini-Netbook-Notebook-Laptop-WI...
    Looks alot better than I thought it would.
    Only part that bothers me is the limited functionality of the usb ports though, no external HDDs allowed.

    • +4 votes

      This not so good:

      "Note: The running speed is not so good as normal laptop due to the limited memory. Please consider it carefully before making the order. We don't accept rejection because of low speed."

      • +1 vote

        Translation - "this pile of junk is slower than your granddaddy's computer!"

  • -1 vote

    We picked up this seiki blu ray/dvd player a few months ago at walmart for $88.00. My husband was a bit unsure of it because A- the price was so cheap that it could be garbage and B- because we have never heard of the brand name before. I could care less when it comes to branding.. so we picked it up anyways if it was garbage walmart has a great return policy. So the 1st one we brought home tried it a few times, but it would hardly load up on the blu ray part.. it took forever. So after reading some reviews and convincing my husband to exchange it for another one and see we did. I am so glad that we did, because it is a really great device.
    It plays dvd's, blu rays, MP3's, views images or you can upload a movie from the computer onto a USB flash stick and put it into the slot in the back of the player. For $88.00 this to me was a steal! Saves me money in the long run with out having to waste my DVD disks to burn movies, which I use for my photography… and time burning the movie. When uploading the movie onto the stick it is done in no time flat.I would give this a 10/10 since the exchange we have not had ANY problems with this product… and we watch lots of movies on it.

    • +1 vote

      Haha if you're going to paste another review at least put the quote marks if not the source - for a second there I thought you were a chick, as your husband bought the player from walmart…

      http://www.saveland.ca/ashcp905/blog/2393/

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      Yeah, the Walmart quote gave it away for me!

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    Anyone find any instock. I went to mount druitt at 9am and they never had any instock. They said they never got any stock. Then called St Mary's at around 9.30am and was told sold out. WTF.

    • +1 vote

      I was lining up at Mounties at 9am to get in. Almost got stampeded to death by bogans and brodens.
      Shame they had no stock for the laptops or BR players. My consolation win was a $10 SD STB which I have no reason why I bought it, lol.

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        Riot for cheapies?not worth it.thanks GOD u r safe and well.

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      Pretty dodgy, they said the brochure states that some stores may have many, some may not. But for the headline bargains to not be stocked at all? I figured something like this would happen so I didn't even check it out until 1pm. I grabbed something else in store, though I wanted the Blu-ray player (I guess the bait and switch worked).

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    Ya, none of them had stock in VIC for blu ray player.

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    GoLo got stock of 7" dual screen pdp @$49

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      Sure thing, I just got back from buying one for $40, the manager said it was the last one in the store. =) Now that's a BARGAIN! =D Thanks OP.

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    And, as matter of fact they had stand-mixers with stainless steel mixing bowls, 5 speed +turbo for $9.99. And the highlander, DVD, Dvix player, with USB input and games for only $9.99 on clearance. =)

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    UPDATE: I just went to ChickenFeed Blackburn VIC and they had >10 Blueray players left. =)

    • +1 vote

      Thanks for the heads up. Bought one of them. Listed for $149 but just tell them it's $49 at Sam's and you'll get it cheaper. Great player for the price!

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