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Kmart has the nakamichi high performance 890 headphone in black, blue, red, purple or green on sale for $15. you get $10 back in SYWR points (limit 1 per customer) and get free s/h with SYWM or can do in-store pickup. there's also 5% FatCash.

I had about $5 in SYWR points that were expiring soon so i used those up. with tax it cost me $1.xx after using my points and getting another $10 in future points.

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Nakamichi Nakamichi 890 High Performance Headphones - Black
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vickh (Jul. 07, 2013 @ 11:27a) |

the 10$ points offer is dead.

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I bought Naka in 1996 for $175 and paid $175 to get head aligned and some other tweak and sold it for 175$s. It was just... (more)

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speedy777 said:   You can get this from Sears for the same price.
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_05728678000P?vName=Comp...


Great...but that is not the main gist of the "hot" deal.

respdoc said:   speedy777 said:   You can get this from Sears for the same price.
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_12605_05728678000P?vName=Comp...


Great...but that is not the main gist of the "hot" deal.


There are not many Kmart store around. I just want to point out that Sears do have it with the same price, which could save some one a long trip.

speedy777 said:   

There are not many Kmart store around. I just want to point out that Sears do have it with the same price, which could save some one a long trip.


Again..Sears does not list the $10 back with SYWR points. The "deal" is that this works out to (after rewards) to ~ $5...not $15.

No longer available to ship. Store pickup only.

those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years

maximusrebatus said:   those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years
I had a nak lx-3. I couldn't afford the lx-5 and I used to dream about the nak dragon!

I do not like being forced to make another trip to Kmart/Sears, etc. for another mandatory purchase to actually receiving the promoted savings. You are forever one step behind the savings. I try not to become a Clockwork Orange Jackass with the savings carrot dangling in front of me.

momoman said:   maximusrebatus said:   those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years
I had a nak lx-3. I couldn't afford the lx-5 and I used to dream about the nak dragon!


I still have a mint LX5 3-head deck!, yeah, Dragon was the absolute ultimate.

On Amazone these are priced at around $24 to $30 and mostly got good reviews. One person said they broke within a month.

http://www.amazon.com/Nakamichi-Fashion-Headphones-NK890-GRAYED/...

For some reason, Amazoon didn't aggregate the reviews for the various colors.

Bought them; when and where can I verify I got the 10k in SYW points?

I pickup a pair $15 at Sears today. The sound quality is very good. I am consider get few more pairs for B-Day give.

They still have KMarts?

maximusrebatus said:   those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years


Yup. When I read Nakamachi, the 1st thing that came to my mind were their cassette decks. As a teen, it was a part of the 200k+ music system I would dream of building/owning. Wow, what a difference a few years make.

As expected the brand is now owned by someone else. From Wikipedia
"By the end of 1990s Nakamichi failed to transition properly. In 1998, it was acquired by the Grande Holdings, a Chinese company based in Hong Kong. Grande Holdings included electronics companies Akai and Sansui."

Rambler said:   Bought them; when and where can I verify I got the 10k in SYW points?it took about 30 mins or less for the points to show up in my SYWR acct. log into your acct and click on the "Reward Points" tab. you will see:NAKA890 BLACK
$15.00

Quantity: 1
Earned points: 10105

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momoman said:   maximusrebatus said:   those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years
I had a nak lx-3. I couldn't afford the lx-5 and I used to dream about the nak dragon!


I still have the 1000zxl - the dragon predecessor. Got it from a thrift store for $10 bucks

dead............................

maximusrebatus said:   those old enough can remember audiophile Nak cassette decks were arguably the world's best -
things have surely changed over the years

I once owned a "dragon"
(Cassette deck)

same here!

gbfromtenn said:   dead............................


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Do u mean the 10k offer?

the 10$ points offer is dead.

I bought Naka in 1996 for $175 and paid $175 to get head aligned and some other tweak and sold it for 175$s. It was just Fanatics thinking that I will not trash a Naka even if I don't make money. It is like donating one kidney.

And on side note I have see DEC going away in Compaq fold and then Compaq to HP and now HP is any time switch.



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