A home appliance store in Watoga Shopping Plaza, the location offered items such as televisions, stoves, washers, dryers and other common household items. Before the war, the shopping plaza served the affluent citizens of the town.
The business owners here, quick to realize the wealthy patrons were unaware of the average prices of items or what items have actual value, used this information for their benefit. Unnecessary upgrades were offered to and accepted by the consumers, and items were ticketed at inflated prices.
The manager at Miller's Appliances reported immediate and significant increase in sales after they reprogrammed the Mr. Handy vendors to refer to all appliance models in Italian. They subsequently removed the warranty protocols for second hand units. As sales were so high, the manager anticipated selling these used goods as well, after quickly touching them up, commenting that the customers would be none the wiser.
The store is accessible, within the plaza on the northeastern part of town. The storefront has several entrances, facing outward towards the perimeter walkway. It is situated next to Stuart's Department Store, sharing a patio containing tables, chairs and ballot booth to the right of the door against the wall. The interior has a front desk with terminal and the salesfloor displays include counters, refrigerators, washers, dryers, televisions, and stoves.
Miller's Appliances appears only in Fallout 76.
- Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide, p. 499: "MILLER'S APPLIANCES
This store is full of useless washing machines, TVs, and fridges. You have better scavenging potential outside, grabbing the bottles on the cafe tables by the small jetty."
(Fallout 76 Vault Dweller's Survival Guide Atlas of Appalachia)
- Watoga Shopping Plaza terminal entries; Rebranding
- BoS report - Watoga Plaza
- Watoga Shopping Plaza terminal entries; No Warranties