Home & Decor Exclusive: 20 best picks from Harvey Norman's First Factory Outlet in Singapore. Where the prices are insane (almost) and the choices are plentiful
Now we’re all farmiliar with the mammoth Harvey Norman flagship store at Millenia Walk. It’s one of the most convenient places homeowners head to when looking for furniture and home electrical appliances under one roof. The quality at Harvey Norman and its post-purchase servicing are hallmarks of this popular one-stop shop but now it’s gone a step further to become the leading local home superstore with guaranteed lowest prices for homeware, furniture, bedding and yes electrical goods as well.
Here are the top 20 things we spotted at the new outlet at 750B Viva Business Park, Chai Chee Road (it’s just behind the Decathlon store). You saw it here at Home & Décor first.
Fully leather-upholstered dining chair: $10
Yes, you heard right. $10 for a leather dining chair, period. Savings are so ridiculous the store isn’t even going to reveal what was the original price.
Lenovo laptop with 512GB SSD Pcle with graphic card: $1,699
This is a wall-mountable unit, with ops hardpanel and all the usual trappings of a high-quality high-definition smart TV.
LG Soundbar: $329 (Original: $399)
Soundbars are great for cutting down on the use of those ugly black speakers in the living room. This is a definite bargain.
Cornell water heater: $139 (Original: $210)
Here’s something every bathroom needs. This heater can stand up to the task while hardly making a dent in your wallet.
Samsung 7kg-load washing machine with eco-bubble technology: $599 (Original: $1,099)
According to the store assistant, a washing machine that can take 7kg load of washing is ideal for families with around 4 inidividuals.
LG 10kg-load washing machine: $1,249 (Original: $1,999)
For families with more than 4 people, opt for a washing machine that can take up to 10kg of clothes for each wash.
Hitachi multi-door refridgerator with 9kg cavity: $1,999 (Original: $2,159)
This is a great choice for large families as the various compartments allow homeowners to separate the vegetables from the meats and other groceries.
Panasonic breadmaker: $160 (Original: $329)
Artisan breads are growing in popularity and you can have a go at baking your own homemade ones with this nifty machine.
Panasonic air-purifier: $110 (Original: $229)
Granted this range has been on the market for some time, but at this price it’s almost attractive enough for you to replace your current set with a new one instead of just replacing the filter cartridge.
Classy, respectable and very affordable. This one’s good for new homeowners looking to try out the tasteful American look before putting down some serious moolah for a Barbara Barry sofa from Proof Living.
Cool large-sized artpieces: $50
If you want to fill up that gaping white wall in the living room, but not really into spending thousands for an artpiece, these picks are definitely good enough.
Expect 50% off on most bedframes at the outlet store.
Single bunk-bed: $1,188 (Original: $1,999)
Children tend to grow out of their beds as time goes by, so why not invest in an affordable one for the kids so you can save up for a proper bedroom design once they enter their teenage years.
Back-pedic queen-size bed with pocketed coils and bedframe: $835
This is probably one of the best finds at the Harvey Norman Factory Outlet store. Originally priced above $1,000, additional discounts were given now during the first week of the store’s opening. Remember to tell them you saw it here to get this price!