Panasonic Wins CHOICE Award for Most Recommended Brand

Panasonic Australia is proud to receive the coveted CHOICE Heritage Award for being the most recommended brand in CHOICE tests over the past 50 years.

CHOICE, the independent consumer advocacy group, has named Panasonic as the most consistently recommended brand in its inaugural awards celebrating the best in goods and services.

Based on being the most recommended brand in CHOICE tests over the past 50 years Panasonic received the CHOICE Heritage Award for consistent delivery of quality and performance across a range of household and entertainment products.

The award also marked CHOICE’s 50th anniversary offering consumers independent advice.

CHOICE Award Criteria:

During our 50 years of serving consumers, we’ve confidently recommended many products to our members. The shortlisted companies for this award, Sony, Panasonic and Philips, have earned their place because of the number of products included in our ‘What to Buy’ or ‘Recommended’ lists over the past five decades.

TVs are among our most popular tests, and just one of the home electronics products where our shortlisted companies have been fighting for prime position. When colour arrived in Australia in 1975 we tested the latest massive 63cm colour TVs and all three brands scored well. As the decades progressed, Philips, Panasonic and Sony jockeyed for top brand with Panasonic scoring well in the 21st century with its plasma TVs.


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  • i was looking for a 50inch tv saw a 46inch panasonic +blu-ray for the same price as samsung 50inch and i got sucked in to the panasonic deal the saleperson at jb_)hifi placed on the counter in front of me as i was making a payment for the above tv and mentioned that was a claim form for the blu-ray player and walked off to serv another cust AT no time was it explained to me that i may miss out. If i had any douts at that time i would of bought the 50inch samsung instead Congrats Panasonic on a wonderful promotion ( to get rid of old stock ) wonder how many others got caught next email to office of fair tradeing richard nasternak 2/282 marine parade kingscliff nsw 2487