Ayonz Banking On Eko TV’s After Retailers Drop Blaupunkt & Seiki Brands
The value TV market which is currently surging as consumers invest in both small and large screens has seen brands such as Polaroid, Eko JVC and Polaroid slug it out for market share at retailers such as Big W.
Sydney based distributor Ayonz whose Blaupunkt TV’s were discontinued at Bing Lee and their Seiki TV’s discontinued at Target is now banking on their Eko brand which is on sale at Big W to make up their numbers.
Yale Prima the distributor of JVC TV’s at Big W is also having to compete up against new TV models from Sydney based distributor Tempo and Sony.
What is not known is why JB Hi Fi stopped selling the Blaupunkt range of TV’s which earlier this year were ranged at Bing Lee while also being sold at TV shopping network TVSN.
Now TVSN has no ranging for Blaupunkt TV’s.
Recently The Good Guys started selling a new range of value Philips TV’s while JB Hi Fi and The Good Guys are selling the Linsar range of TV’s.
At Big W a 55” JVC TV is selling for $749 while the 55” Polaroid is $579, the Eko TV is ticketed at $599.
In the 32” category the Eko TV is $209, the Sony TV $599 and the Polaroid TV at $229.
At Harvey Norman an Akai 32″ TV is selling for $295.
The Seiki TV range which is still being ranged at Target despite being discontinued is now available at discount web site Cheap as Chips.
It is the only TV being sold on this site.
The Seiki brand is also available on the Catch web site where their 65” model is selling for $799.
This week Aldi will range an Android TV for $699 compete with HDR it also has Google Voice Assistant built in.
A similar Sony TV which is built in Malaysia is selling for $1,599 on the Sony website and $1,9995 at The Good Guys.
The Blaupunkt Android TV is being sold at Amazon for $970.
Last month Blaupunkt was selling a none Android TV for $999 at Cheap as Chips, this product has also been discontinued at the discount retailer.