Harvey Norman is opening a factory outlet and here's why you should visit

Harvey Norman is opening a factory outlet and here's why you should visit
PHOTO: Harvey Norman

Everyone loves a bargain and when it comes to big-ticket items like furniture or electronics, the more you can save, the better.

Harvey Norman, the electronics, computers, furniture and bedding retail chain is opening a factory outlet along Chai Chee Road on July 15.

Wait, what? 

Yes, bargain hunters – this is your paradise: a factory outlet that specialises in furniture, bedding, computers and electronics where you can browse items spanning over 38,500 sq ft across two floors.  

If you’re a current or future homeowner who’s waiting for your BTO/EC apartment, shopping for your home can be quite a hassle and it takes many, many precious weekends to shop for all the items you want for your new home. 

Mind you, there aren’t many factory outlets in Singapore. Not to mention one that specialises in electronics, computers, furniture and bedding. So you can imagine our delight when we found out about Harvey Norman’s newest endeavour. 

Here are 5 reasons to head down to Harvey Norman’s factory outlet now:

1. Shop for big-ticket items there and check them off your shopping list

Photo: Harvey Norman

Not only will the factory outlet sell furniture, it will also stock bedding, electrical items, and computer and IT accessories.

Remember we mentioned the hassle? 

With Harvey Norman’s new outlet, you can probably get most big-ticket items sorted there. No need to waste time, petrol and effort hopping from place to place getting. 

Built-in cooker hobs and hoods from brands such as Tecno, UNO, EF, ELBA and Otimmo by Europace are available at the Harvey Norman Factory Outlet. Photo: Harvey Norman

Other than refrigerators and washing machines, you can also set up your kitchen quite easily with Harvey Norman’s wide selection of ovens, cooker hobs and hoods from reputable brands such as Tecno, UNO, EF, ELBA and Otimmo by Europace. 

At the factory outlet, you can also purchase from a whole range of computers, gaming consoles and even printers to get your study or entertainment room set up. 

The best part is, you get what you need at outlet prices, which leads us to our point. 

2. You stand to gain big savings

Photo: Harvey Norman

We all know that setting up a home can be a costly affair, but thankfully, it is an investment we make only a few times in our lives.

At Harvey Norman, factory outlet prices are possible due to global bulk buy, especially for furniture pieces, with over 260 stores in several countries. This is an economies of scale that smaller boutique outlets will never be able to achieve. 

Sometimes, the retail chain also has an overstock of items or older, discontinued models they are trying to clear – that’s when prices drop significantly and you can get items at a steal. 

You can also buy current models sold at other stores priced at special one-off prices only available at the factory outlet. 

The outlet will also have some display sets, or mildly dented or refurbished items up for grabs. If you are not a fussy buyer, purchasing these items is a great way to save money.

There will be special opening deals on July 15, so don’t miss out! 

3. Models not available in regular stores

Photo: Harvey Norman

So we understand from Harvey Norman that there will be regular bulk buy models that may not be available at its other retail stores.

What better way to get those unique, one-off pieces that no one else has.

The retail chain also said that “some of these deals may be one-off depending on the stock availability”. So it may be worth your while to pop by the outlet every now and then to find new bargains. 

4. Get quality designer pieces priced to clear

Harvey Norman offers an extensive range of sofas and recliners, such as La-Z-Boy from USA and IMG from Norway, upholstered in full leather and fabric.  Photo: Harvey Norman

While price and design are absolutely important, let’s not forget quality too. 

Harvey Norman offers an extensive range of sofas and recliners, such as La-Z-Boy from USA and IMG from Norway, upholstered in full leather and fabric. 

Furniture items also include those designed and handmade in Italy, and Germany. 

If you didn’t already know, Harvey Norman works with Warwick fabric, an Australian textile wholesaler, that prides themselves in innovative fabric design. 

So in that department, we already know you’re not getting compromised on design and quality.

5. A place to get quality mattresses and bed frames

There will be over 80 mattresses from major brands like Sealy, Simmons, King Koil on display at pocket-friendly prices. Photo: Harvey Norman 

Another thing that shouldn’t be compromised is the quality of your sleep, so get a good mattress.

At the factory outlet, there will be over 80 mattresses from major brands like Sealy, Simmons, King Koil on display at pocket-friendly prices. 

Also, there will be a good selection of leather, fabric and storage bed frames, childrens’ bed frames and sofa beds to choose from. 

So if don’t like to miss out on good deals, head down to the factory outlet on July 15.

Harvey Norman Factory Outlet is located at Viva Business Park, 750B, Chai Chee Road.

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