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£179.00 Sharp 40 inch 1080p Television With Freeview HD from Tesco in store and online

£179.00 @ Tesco Direct
40-inch display with Full HD 1920x1080p resolution Built-in Freeview HD tuner Connect to other devices via 3 HDMI ports Play/record video from USB devices free home delivery and possible 1…
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
40-inch display with Full HD 1920x1080p resolution

Built-in Freeview HD tuner

Connect to other devices via 3 HDMI ports

Play/record video from USB devices

free home delivery and possible 1.5% cashback from Quidco or topcashback
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3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago
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29 Likes
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Just checked eBay. Not true.
19 Likes
skykid3
In before someone mentions 4k
You mentioned it.
10 Likes
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.
10 Likes
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Great bed time story bro!

....moral of the story is...not to dismiss deals like this just because someone says you can get one for free if you sit and watch eBay listings for a few days / months / years....

You should now prove a point and give your TV away for free :)

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#1
In before someone mentions 4k
19 Likes #2
skykid3
In before someone mentions 4k
You mentioned it.
1 Like #3
superpanda
skykid3
In before someone mentions 4k
You mentioned it.

I know, my bad ;)

However, I think this deal is HOT!
3 Likes #4
good find op, heat added
#5
Wow cheap
#6
That's a cracker. Personally holding out for hopefully 200ish 49" in the New Year.
#7
Great deal. Can't find full spec of this model anywhere
Does anybody know if it's 50hz, 100 or 200hz?
I'm about to press buy but I've been told 50hz is too low for gaming and sports
Will I get motion blur at 50hz?
Please help anyone as I don't wanna miss this deal <3
1 Like #8
dougrobbins78
Great deal. Can't find full spec of this model anywhere
Does anybody know if it's 50hz, 100 or 200hz?
I'm about to press buy but I've been told 50hz is too low for gaming and sports
Will I get motion blur at 50hz?
Please help anyone as I don't wanna miss this deal <3


​hz is not the key to gaming - motion lag is ! However none of the specs on the tescos website detail this ! its a bit of a lottery as price is no indication. I checked with tescos customer service and if you are not happy with a tv purchased on line you can return to store (I bought £199 43" digihome on tescos website as some reviews said it was ok for for gaming ?) - best to take a photos on mobile as you unwrap so you can rewrap if required. so buy it ! try it ! If you like it keep it ! If not return it !
10 Likes #9
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.
#10
Great price, ordered one earlier tonight ​
29 Likes #11
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Just checked eBay. Not true.
#12
elvisshouldplayska
dougrobbins78
Great deal. Can't find full spec of this model anywhere
Does anybody know if it's 50hz, 100 or 200hz?
I'm about to press buy but I've been told 50hz is too low for gaming and sports
Will I get motion blur at 50hz?
Please help anyone as I don't wanna miss this deal <3


​hz is not the key to gaming - motion lag is ! However none of the specs on the tescos website detail this ! its a bit of a lottery as price is no indication. I checked with tescos customer service and if you are not happy with a tv purchased on line you can return to store (I bought £199 43" digihome on tescos website as some reviews said it was ok for for gaming ?) - best to take a photos on mobile as you unwrap so you can rewrap if required. so buy it ! try it ! If you like it keep it ! If not return it !


Ta mate. Makes perfect sense. The Tesco returns policy agrees with what you said. It doesn't mention you can return to store but I'm sure that'll be fine

Just ordered. Thanks for the advice re motion lag :)
1 Like #13
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Links please
#14
Is this a 10 bit tv?
#15
Sam_Crow
That's a cracker. Personally holding out for hopefully 200ish 49" in the New Year.

I got the 49" version earlier in the year for £280 minus £20 voucher. An excellent monitor. :)

I doubt it will go below £250 on BF, really doubt it for new year as brexit currency problems will kick in by then.
1 Like #16
Tesco are doing free home delivery and 1.5% cashback from Quidco or topcashback as well
#17
dougrobbins78
Tesco are doing free home delivery and 1.5% cashback from Quidco or topcashback as well

cheers pal :)
1 Like #18
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.


Complete rubbish
4 Likes #19
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#20
In before someone mentions Vestel.
1 Like #21
dougrobbins78
elvisshouldplayska
dougrobbins78
Great deal. Can't find full spec of this model anywhere
Does anybody know if it's 50hz, 100 or 200hz?
I'm about to press buy but I've been told 50hz is too low for gaming and sports
Will I get motion blur at 50hz?
Please help anyone as I don't wanna miss this deal <3


​hz is not the key to gaming - motion lag is ! However none of the specs on the tescos website detail this ! its a bit of a lottery as price is no indication. I checked with tescos customer service and if you are not happy with a tv purchased on line you can return to store (I bought £199 43" digihome on tescos website as some reviews said it was ok for for gaming ?) - best to take a photos on mobile as you unwrap so you can rewrap if required. so buy it ! try it ! If you like it keep it ! If not return it !


Ta mate. Makes perfect sense. The Tesco returns policy agrees with what you said. It doesn't mention you can return to store but I'm sure that'll be fine

Just ordered. Thanks for the advice re motion lag :)


​apologise mate - I meant input lag not motion lag ! Have had my brain fried in my pursuit of cheap gaming tv ! Once you get tv it is also worth looking at settings as some tvs have specific games settings
#22
Anyone know depth without stand? Spec says 20cm, but i assume that is with stand.
10 Likes #23
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Great bed time story bro!

....moral of the story is...not to dismiss deals like this just because someone says you can get one for free if you sit and watch eBay listings for a few days / months / years....

You should now prove a point and give your TV away for free :)
1 Like #24
Khairul
In before someone mentions Vestel.
Fail.

Sharp is NOT a Vestel brand!!!
#25
We were getting the 32" version for this price for digital signage so 40" is a steal.
1 Like #26
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Some people actually liked this comment oO
#27
i had this tv and surely can recommend it.
- very light weight , hence easy to move and setup
- remote and channel transition very smooth
- 3 hdmi which ensures chromecast/sky/laptop all possible at same time.

only disadvantage i see is the "stand". Not quite like the concept of two legs as you need a tv stand that big. Otherwise bang for £179a
#28
MeneerSmith
Sam_Crow
That's a cracker. Personally holding out for hopefully 200ish 49" in the New Year.
I got the 49" version earlier in the year for £280 minus £20 voucher. An excellent monitor. :)
I doubt it will go below £250 on BF, really doubt it for new year as brexit currency problems will kick in by then.
I suspect the manufacturing supply over-, and low demand for these types will trump the currency issues. Sharp had to be bailed out recently. Wonder of the £179 how much is shipping, how much Tesco gets, then there is Sharp? Margins might be thin.
4 Likes #29
Bunglistik
Khairul
In before someone mentions Vestel.
Fail.
Sharp is NOT a Vestel brand!!!

In fact Sharp TVs are now Slovakian made under licence in Poland. According to Wiki:

In September 2014, Sharp announced that Slovakian electronics company UMC was acquiring an exclusive brand licence from Sharp and its European television and audio business UMC will also acquire Sharp’s Polish factory. As part of the deal, Sharp will support the design and development of televisions sold by UMC under the Sharp brand

Sharp is a licensed Vestel brand for white goods in Europe including rebadged Servis washing machines.

Edited By: DonDraper on Nov 05, 2016 09:13
#30
Sharp TVs are crap and their customer service is worse.
#31
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

What a load of rubbish. I've been looking for a couple of TV's recently and one place I've been looking is Ebay, and only surprise I've had is seeing the stupid money second hand tv's sell for.
#32
here's the manual
1 Like #33
skykid3
In before someone mentions 4k
Or Apps/smart TV
#34
id pay extra and get a hisense... 4k with smart apps
2 Likes #35
I've got a three year old 60" led sharp and I wouldn't use it for gaming due to lag. Set it up using afterdawn at the time.. Software is slow, Amstrad slow, Spend a bit more money elsewhere
4 Likes #36
mcormack
Is this a 10 bit tv?

They say a little knowledge is dangerous.
#37
sam_of_london
In this age of 4k tv and Hdr, so many are throwing away perfectly working full HD tv like this. Instead of wasting £179, just look for second hand on ebay and other give away websites . You will be surprised you can get a TV like this for free or nearly free.

Arguable comment, you'd be looking at £80-£100 plus of its over 40inch... which is a lot to gamble if the used TV has a hidden fault!
#38
fishmaster
mcormack
Is this a 10 bit tv?
They say a little knowledge is dangerous.

To be fair, sony are / have released an update to allow the ps4 (non pro) to show HDR at 1080p. Not worked out why yet, can't think of a 1080p TV it'll work on...

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Nov 05, 2016 11:12
#39
How does this compare to the 43" digihome for £199 at Tesco? Looking for replacement for Mam do nothing special needed.
#40
i gave away a 32" tv a few weeks back, that count? i had a 42" in the living room that i replaced with a 50 so the 42 went upstairs, i sort of agree about the throw away society so it does happen. Gonna have an LG 2.1 system going soon too, charity shops do well out of me
if this tv had a middle type base stand id have it for the kids room, its a bargain at this price

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