TV & Audio
Computers & Technology
- Cooling & Heating
- Health & Grooming
Laundry & Cleaning
Well, get this… Now you don’t need cash to shop in-store at Retravision.
RetraRent is simply the smarter, more flexible, and more affordable way to shop – and you apply online today.
RetraRent is a great ‘no deposit’ solution to accessing the very latest in TVs, air con, computers, home entertainment, laundry, kitchen and more! With rental terms and payments to suit your budget, now’s the time to RetraRent.
Some finance arrangements will charge you ongoing account keeping fees. Not RetraRent! Even better, there are no application fees either, so why not apply in-store today.
With two great ways to RetraRent, you can use it the way you want to get the most out of your lifestyle.
At the end of your rental period, you may also choose to keep the product. That’s right, RetraRent is like the ultimate try and buy plan. Our low weekly payments – with terms from 12 months to 60 months – make RetraRent the affordable path to owning quality brands and big ticket items.
One big advantage with RetraRent is the flexibility to upgrade your tech every 12 months! Yep, that’s right – you can keep up with the world’s most innovative technology when you choose to RetraRent. With the fast-changing world of smart technology and cutting edge design, you can be sure you’ve got the very best product for your needs.
When you RetraRent, you don’t just get the products you want straight away. Every RetraRent agreement also offers up peace of mind.
You see, if anything breaks or goes wrong during your RetraRent period, we’ll fix it – free of charge! Of course there are some conditions, but if you want stress-free after sales support, you’re going to love RetraRent.
This service agreement includes free technical support on computers and tablets. That’s right, RetraRent will make sure your tech gear is running the way you need it to – day in, day out!
One last thing… If your products are stolen or destroyed by fire, RetraRent will waive the outstanding debt. After all, we think you’d have enough to worry about if that were to ever happen.