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Narhari Electrical Co Ltd
Friday, October 13, 2017

DIWALI is one of the best times to buy kitchen and home appliances at Narhari Electrical Co Ltd. For great deals, affordability and quality Panasonic products, this is your chance to take advantage of their wide range of genuine products this festive season.

Expect a bigger and better deal of Panasonic products which have been focused on delivering a diverse range for almost a century.

Their focus on product innovation means you can expect to receive exceptional products that would enhance your lifestyle.

Instore Panasonic kitchen appliances include blenders, juicer, mixer grinder, toasters, sandwich maker, electric pump/thermo pot, rice cookers and new microcomputer rice cooker and many more! Home appliances include LED TVs, DVD players, home theatre systems, solar kits and many more.

Offering full high-definition entertainment paired with a classic design, the 40" E400 Series TV is perfect for modern family life. Marvel at rich-contrast pictures, vivid colours, and easy-to-use features.

Want to upgrade to Smart 4K HDR images? The EX600/EX640 series delivers vibrant 4K HDR images with six colour reproduction, while the flexible "switch design" allows to suit any environment available in 55" and 65".

The Panasonic SC-BTT465 has it all - this home cinema system allows you to watch 2D blu-ray discs in full high definition and can also playback incredible 3D blu-rays.

It has high sound quality which further boosts the enjoyment of high definition movies, high quality 5.1 channel sound provides robust bass that fills even large listening spaces, and faithful ambience with fine, truly lifelike acoustic nuances.

The Panasonic Powerlive Max Series has the outstanding resonance and ultra-heavy bass of air quake bass, with ultra-super woofer, and triple amp, max dance illumination boosts the mood with lighting effects. Stronger smartphone linkage also lets you easily share your favourite tunes, and make smartphone requests. Comes in different sizes and watts.

Keep your food fresher for longer with Panasonic refrigerators.

The BJ226 2 door features twin jumbo freezer and vegetable case with up to 20 per cent energy saving. The two-door bottom mount and French door has inverter Econavi technology features vitamin safe, clean with spacious interior and large vegie crisper.

How about the Panasonic 6kg and 8kg semi auto twin tub washing? It has two important features, soakmatic and spin shower.

The soakmatic is an innovative feature where your clothes are stirred every five minutes during the soak cycle to get tough on stubborn stains.

Spin shower gives your washing machine an extra rinse using 100 per cent fresh water during the spin cycle, thus ensuring that your clothes are thoroughly clean.

Also check out the Panasonic NA-F80B4 8kg and NA-F75S7 7.5kg top load washers.

Its features include eco aquabeat, dancing water flow, aquabeat wash, foam wash, new shower rinse aqua spin rinse, gentle hand wash, nine automatic washing programs, aqua crystal glass and system "auto restart" and "auto power".

For amazing deals and great shopping experience, be sure to meet Narhari's OB team at their roadshow tomorrow Saturday October 14, at Modyl House, Marks St Suva.

Narhari shops are located at Modyl House Marks St and Harifam Centre Suva, 97 Vitogo Parade in Lautoka, Main St Nadi, Nasekula Rd in Labasa and 31 NG Patel St, Nausori.

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