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$300 Warming Drawer?

Posted by tadhg555 (My Page) on
Tue, Jan 31, 12 at 19:41

AJ Madison has a 30" Sharp warming drawer available for $291. It's only the stainless model -- the white or black versions of the same model are listed at $855.

Any ideas as to the discounted price? Is there any info about defects to this product? It's attractive but I don't want to get burned (literally).


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RE: $300 Warming Drawer?

I have been wondering about this as well. Anyone know the answer? TIA!


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RE: $300 Warming Drawer?

We ordered one, and it arrived a couple of days ago (from AJ Madison). We haven't installed it yet. I'll report back when I do. I figured that at $300, it was worth the gamble!


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RE: $300 Warming Drawer?

I don't have a warming drawer BUT I do have a Sharp Aquos flat screen 46" TV that we bought 3 years ago at a clearance price of $600 which was unheard of at that time. The Aquos that was replacing it was a whopping $1700. So we debated on it because it was so "cheap" and then bought it. We haven't had ANY problems(knock on wood). My mom has a sharp 13" TV that she bought in 1979 that still works.


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RE: $300 Warming Drawer?

I don't have a warming drawer BUT I do have a Sharp Aquos flat screen 46" TV that we bought 3 years ago at a clearance price of $600 which was unheard of at that time. The Aquos that was replacing it was a whopping $1700. So we debated on it because it was so "cheap" and then bought it. We haven't had ANY problems(knock on wood). My mom has a sharp 13" TV that she bought in 1979 that still works.


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