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SHARP Warehouse Sale - Mississauga

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SHARP Warehouse Sale - Mississauga

Some pretty hot deals. This Wednesday in Mississauga.
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This flyer contains only a fraction of the units that are available. There are also non-television products available.

Full disclosure: I work at Sharp in Mississauga.
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Apr 12, 2007
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60LE810... i thought 1499 is original sale price from FS or BB, correct me.
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2007camryhybrid wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 10:03 am
60LE810... i thought 1499 is original sale price from FS or BB, correct me.

I know FS is selling the LC60LE830U for $2500...not sure what's the difference between that and the 60LE810. Any comments on that TV?
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Apr 25, 2005
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I'm using the 60" Quattron from Sharp and it is indeed very "Sharp".

When we first bought it, the picture was absolutely stunning and still is however recently I've noticed some dark vertical lines in the background almost like it was bleeding... in colourful scenes you can't see it however against a solid coloured background (ie tracking a golfball through the sky) you'll notice these lines vividly and somewhat annoying.

Haven't gotten it checked out yet. If it wasn't for these lines - I'd rate it 10/10 but with these lines it's no more than a 4.
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2007camryhybrid wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 10:03 am
60LE810... i thought 1499 is original sale price from FS or BB, correct me.

There's no way FS or BB would sell at that price. According to OP, the LC60LE810 is LED and Quattron, probably very similar to the LC60LE830U which FS sells for $3000 regular ($2500 on sale now). FS sells a 60" LCD (LC60E78UN) at 1499 (1299 on sale now). There's a big premium ($500 or more) going from LCD to LED and an even further premium ($500 or more) when going to Quattron.
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Mar 20, 2006
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Hope everyone read the small prints. "All items are Refurbished, minor defects...etc", and "All sales are final with no exchange or refund". Another word, buy at your own risk.
Some good deals, but you willing to take the chance? And you not talking about $10-$20, you talking about $1000+.
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Feb 10, 2004
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2manybuds wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 10:59 am
Hope everyone read the small prints. "All items are Refurbished, minor defects...etc", and "All sales are final with no exchange or refund". Another word, buy at your own risk.
Some good deals, but you willing to take the chance? And you not talking about $10-$20, you talking about $1000+.

Yes, they are refurbs or seconds, but according to the fine print you do still get standard warranty through Sharp. So at least it is supported by the original manufacturer, and not warrantied by the refurb seller like it would be with say XS Cargo...
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Jun 27, 2010
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Anyone has this model "lc52le925un," Is it any good???
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will they have other items that sharp makes or just TVs?
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lithiumli wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 12:24 pm
will they have other items that sharp makes or just TVs?

I saw some air purifiers in the first post...those are not TVs.
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2manybuds wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 10:59 am
Hope everyone read the small prints. "All items are Refurbished, minor defects...etc", and "All sales are final with no exchange or refund". Another word, buy at your own risk.
Some good deals, but you willing to take the chance? And you not talking about $10-$20, you talking about $1000+.
Maddog wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 11:13 am
Yes, they are refurbs or seconds, but according to the fine print you do still get standard warranty through Sharp. So at least it is supported by the original manufacturer, and not warrantied by the refurb seller like it would be with say XS Cargo...

If these are demo or floor models, you'd want to stay far away. They run those things 12 hours a day, 7 days a week for months...
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Aug 27, 2009
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I would be worried about dead pixels. Unless you have a lot the sharp warranty will do you no good. My guess is that could be what some of these TV's are...
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Disclaimer: Though I am employed by Sharp, my word is not official by any means. This represents only my personal understanding of what is available.

The flyer contains a very small selection of the units (and deals) that are available at this sale. I can't say specifically (for obvious reasons) which units those are, but it is worth your time to come and look if you are interested in purchasing a TV in the near future.

The majority of the items for sale are '2nd Class' units - in other words, they have box damage, and Sharp can't ship them to a regular retailer, they are taking up room in Sharp's warehouse, and need to be cleared out.

However, there are also units available that are '3rd Class' which means that they are either out of box, are missing accessories, have dead pixels, have been sent to a trade show and brought back, have a scratch on the bezel, etc. 3rd Class units have a sheet on them from an inspector that lists any issues the TV may have.

Now, that being said, all 3rd class items will be on display throughout the day, so you can see the item in action before you purchase it so you are making a more informed purchase.
lithiumli wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 12:24 pm
will they have other items that sharp makes or just TVs?
Yes, there are some great deals on Calculator, PCI, and other miscellaneous products that we sell.
Vampslay wrote:
Jul 25th, 2011 10:44 pm
I would be worried about dead pixels. Unless you have a lot the sharp warranty will do you no good. My guess is that could be what some of these TV's are...
See above
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Jan 31, 2005
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HyperionDesign wrote:
Jul 26th, 2011 12:09 pm
Disclaimer: Though I am employed by Sharp, my word is not official by any means. This represents only my personal understanding of what is available.

The flyer contains a very small selection of the units (and deals) that are available at this sale. I can't say specifically (for obvious reasons) which units those are, but it is worth your time to come and look if you are interested in purchasing a TV in the near future.

The majority of the items for sale are '2nd Class' units - in other words, they have box damage, and Sharp can't ship them to a regular retailer, they are taking up room in Sharp's warehouse, and need to be cleared out.

However, there are also units available that are '3rd Class' which means that they are either out of box, are missing accessories, have dead pixels, have been sent to a trade show and brought back, have a scratch on the bezel, etc. 3rd Class units have a sheet on them from an inspector that lists any issues the TV may have.

Now, that being said, all 3rd class items will be on display throughout the day, so you can see the item in action before you purchase it so you are making a more informed purchase.



Yes, there are some great deals on Calculator, PCI, and other miscellaneous products that we sell.



See above

What is PCI? also I assume credit cards are accepted and not just cash or debit?
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