We've been doing it all wrong.

 

For 25 years we've been making Cactus products in NZ. But thanks to recent news stories about World and their NZ-made swingtags, we've made the startling realisation that you don't need to actually make your stuff in NZ to market it as NZ-made ... all you need is a magic swingtag, with 'Made in New Zealand' written on it in French! Of course! French. Why didn't someone tell us this already?

 

So, we've found a few products around the Cactus office that are up for sale as genuine, NZ-made merchandise if anyone's interested …

 


 

NZ made apple

Genuine NZ-made Feijoa iMac. 

Running macOSTararuas 10.6.2

3.6 KZ7. 

$5000


 

NZ made microwave

Panasonic Billy-Boiler.

All the microwaves that operate in this machine are 100% made in NZ. (Unless you take it overseas).

Made in Waimatuku.

$10,000


 

NZ made Honda

Honda Massey Ferguson. 2-wheeled version.

Perfect for ploughing donuts into any Upper Hutt cul-de-sac.

Assembled by engineering students from Katikati Kindergarten.

$50,000


 

nz made boombox

Boombox

Thundering bass from 700watt subwoofing speakers.

'True Colours' by Split Enz CD stuck in the player.

'Skip/Search', 'Memory' and 'Surround' written on it.

Made in Taupo.

$500


 

nz made rob

Rob

We thought he was from another planet. But this swingtag proves us wrong.

Made in Newtown, Wellington.

Not actually for sale, sorry.