Don’t Say Bojio: Cheap Appliances in Tampines Giant Hypermarket for Your WFH Needs

Come, sing together with me as we are still required to work from home.

Stuck At Home, by KitKat(#NotKitChan):

Whenever I am feeling low
I look around me and I know
There’s a place that I must stay within
Not that I can choose where to go

I will always recall the outside
Know every Netflix show
Open the Zoom app which brings me work
Winding through my HDB

Stuck at home truly, where I know I must be
Where my work waits for me, where the toilet paper goes to store
Stuck at home truly, as my senses tell me
This is where I will be alone~
For this is where I’m stuck at home

And if you’re looking around your home and noticing every speck of dust, understanding how little you know about cooking or even if you’re just looking for a larger screen to watch movies on…

Singapore Atrium Sales Facebook page gotcha back (all images below from them).

But oh, this is at Tampines Giant Hypermarket (beside IKEA Tampines), 21 Tampines North Drive 2, Singapore 528765. Easties, this is for you.

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Cooking & Baking Related

Had enough of using elbow grease and whisk to mix your cake batters? Or if you’re like me – a fork and even more elbow grease?

Check out this S$15 hand mixer:

What’s that? You don’t have an oven? You don’t need one when you have this bad boy of a toaster oven at S$35.90. It may look small, but it does all the work a big one can.

Or maybe you’re more of the type to just throw everything in and cook them. A real stew kind of person. In that case, you might want to look at the S$10 multicooker.

The S$10 and S$20 slow cooker.

Or why not a deluxe rice cooker at S$20? Don’t let the name fool you, these can cook anything. Even bake bread.

Or maybe. Maybe you’re crying yourself to sleep from hoarding those FreezePak nuggets and Bibik’s Choice patties. What’s the use of buying them if frying them is a chore?

The oil splatters everywhere and I’ve wasted so much oil.

Then get some of these Air Fryers at S$50. Which technically doesn’t fry them but are more like convection ovens on steroids. But these do make better oven-“fried” stuff than the oven.


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And now you have an excuse to cook your own nuggets instead of buying them Macs. For health.

And since we’re on the topic of becoming slightly healthier, why not look at the juice extractor, S$50 as well eh?

And I don’t know which part of Asia you’re living in that you don’t even have a kettle for tea… but here. Kettles ranging from S$12.90 to S$29.90.


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Fans, Vacuum for Home Comfort

Can’t rest easy while your home is dirty. What good is a meal if the table’s dusty?


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Do the work yourself with a vacuum from S$39.90 to S$50

  

Or let a robot do the work for you at just twice the price at S$75.

Now that you’ve cooked up a storm, made some tea, and a robot is cleaning your floor, have a seat and chill by the electric fans, ranging from S$19.90 to S$59.90.

           

And we can’t forget. You’re gonna need a larger screen than just your 14-inch laptop. Let’s make your screen 32 inches, and we’ll throw in a S$110 discount. A Philips LED TV S$169. Sounds good?


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