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Everything posted by hon

  1. you wont go wrong with Panasonic, they are Japan biggest home appliance maker. Mitsubishi fridge also alot of good comments. just stick to Japanese brands should be ok.
  2. using 1 Alphas instant water heater more than 6yrs so far so good. heard 707 good too.
  3. likely the odor come from the black blower. can use touch light shine and check. you will see inside trap with moist dust caused odor smell.
  4. http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=15196 there comments about Ariston rusty issue.
  5. http://www.asiabuilders.com/asiabuilders/W...80011001p1.aspx square tank can try this brand LA was told is better than ariston because internal is Stainless Steel.
  6. so fast again? they just got 1 Carnival Sale 2010 during May.
  7. this what i saw from the sub forum
  8. 1 thing to take note is the gas piping where you want to place the heater? will the gas pipe run over the whole place?
  9. try melamine sponge or magic sponge http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melamine_foam some said use melamine sponge can remove the yellowish from the plastic cover. but take note if the surface being cleaned is not sufficiently hard, it may be scratched by the melamine material so do it at your own risk. best test the method or product on area any damage will not be noticed before using on full exposed area.
  10. personally still prefer Japanese brand Hitachi offering nano titanium Nano Titanium is a cutting-edge technology that uses a TiOs catalyst to provide a powerful anti-bacterial and deodorizing effect Panasonic offering Advanced+Plus e-ion Air Purifying System The Advanced+Plus e-ion Air Purifying System with Patrol Sensor monitors the air, and effectively deactivates more than 99%* of harmful micro-organisms for cleaner and healthier air.
  11. http://els.nea.gov.sg/mels/aircon.asp NEA did the tests with the Mandatory Energy Labelling Scheme.
  12. http://www.income.com.sg/homeservices/index.asp cheap And good no idea but if looking for something more reliable can try the above link. they offering 90-day warranty for jobs referred through them.
  13. http://www.renotalk.com/forum/index.php?sh...mp;#entry496316 was told gas heater abit nosier because whenever you tun on the hot tap the fire auto ignite for heating. i prefer elect heater. any way i puzzle about the cost t calculator stated on Citygas website base on 2 showers per day elect heater cost is $18.25 i using elect heater 4~6 showers per day i really dont think the cost is that high.
  14. http://garagesalegoodbuys.blogspot.com/200...frigerator.html http://www.sg-house.com/classifieds/market...e-at-190-a.html is the same model right? if yes the links got the dimension.
  15. http://www.yalelock.com/en/yale/com/About-...Security-doors/ want take a look at Yale? can try HomeFix or NTUC AMK Hub. saw them selling, price range from $300+~$700+
  16. http://coolserve.com.sg/htmdocs/coolAdvisor/cool_advisor.asp for non inverter with R410 check out Mitsubishi Electric for inverter with the old gas R22 then Daikin is the one.
  17. the base also useful if you going to mop area under the washing machine. for fridge if you want wash the kitchen oily flooring the base also make it easier.
  18. go for this brand Joven if getting a storage water heater. a 25L (cost around $230) will be good enough. can search old threads for members feedback about Joven.
  19. http://singaporeseen.stomp.com.sg/stomp/sg...sh_into_my.html sharing something saw in STOMP.
  20. http://els.nea.gov.sg/mels/aircon.asp can try check the NEA website database for refrigerators.
  21. http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/biz/2.../123_51717.html my SK friend prefer samsung more.
  22. lightings.com.sg website said 90days product warranty.
  23. Samsung LED TV ads called 'misleading' by U.K. authority http://news.cnet.com/8301-17938_105-10332988-1.html LED TV is still LCD TV http://www.glgroup.com/News/LED-TV-is-stil...D-TV-40427.html LED? LED tv are just LCD tv using LED as back light instead of CCFL like normal LCD. worth to pay so much extra?
  24. http://reviews.cnet.com/green-tech/tv-cons...Main;contentAux check out the cnet HDTV power consumption compared if you need some idea about how much power the tv consuming.