24" FULL HD LED* TV WITH PVR AND DIGITAL TUNER - KOGAN ELITE LED24 £166.00 - HotUKDeals
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Good spec perfect for a caravan as well due to 12v.
Specifications
Model Number: KGNUKFHDLED24VAA
Panel Size (Diagonal): 23.6"/59.9cm
Panel Viewable: 23.6"/59.9cm
Panel Type: CMO Widescreen Full HD TFT-LED (Edge lit LED LCD panel)
Panel Response Time: 5ms
Panel Refresh Rate: 50/60Hz
Tuner: Integrated Digital Tuner
TV System: PAL/SECAM
Native Panel Resolution: 1920 x 1080 (Full High Definition)
Native Panel Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Widescreen
Aspect Ratios Supported: Panorama, 16:9, Letterbox 4:3, Auto
Signal Compatibility: 480i, 576i, 480p, 576p, 720p, 1080i, 1080p
Colours: 1.06 Billion Maximum
Computer Supported Resolutions: 640x480 @ 60Hz, 800x600 @ 60Hz, 1024x768 @ 60Hz, 1366X768 @ 60Hz, 1920X1080 @ 60Hz
Actual Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (ANSI)
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:
Brightness: 250 cd/m²
Viewable Angle: 170o (Horizontal) × 160o (Vertical)
Pixel/Dot Pitch: 0.2715mm (H) × 0.2715mm (V)
3D Comb Filter: Yes
Blu-ray Ready: Yes
Parental Lock: Yes
Inputs (Left Side)
HDMI: 2
VGA (D-sub): 1
SCART: 1
S-Video: 1
Audio In:
1
USB:
1
Inputs (Left Side)

AV (Composite): 1
Common Interface: 1
Antenna In: 1
Outputs (Left Side)
Coaxial Audio Out:
1
Headphone Out:
1
Other
Speaker System:
Built-In: 2 x 3W Speakers
Power Consumption:
Average: <60W
Standby: <1W
12V Compatible:
Yes (Adapter Sold Separately)
Dimensions of TV without Stand (approx):
W:58.3cm x D:4.7cm x H:37.7cm
Dimensions of TV with Stand (approx):
W:58.3cm x D:16.5cm x H:42.0cm
Dimensions of Box (approx):
W:65.5cm x D:14.0cm x H:50.5cm
Weight of TV with Stand (approx):
4.9kg
Weight of TV in Box (approx):
6.5kg
TV Stand:
Standard
Wall Mount Hole Pattern:
100mm x 100mm
Wall Mount Screw Size:
Metric M4
Side Buttons:
Power, TV/AV, Menu, Channel Up/Down, Volume Up/Down
Television Depth (approx):
Thickest: 4.7cm
Thinnest: 4.7cm
USB:

Supported Formats (USB):
AVI, MP4, DIVX4, DIVX5, XVID, MP3, WMA, JPEG, BMP
Supported USB Devices: Powered External Drives up to 1TB
PVR:

Built-in PVR Function:
Yes (through USB input)
Timeshift: Yes
EPG: Yes
What's In The Box:

Kogan FHDLED24 - 24" Full HD LED TV

Power Cable

Kogan Remote Control

Link to User Manual
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#1
This doesn't look like a UK web site - it seems to be Australia based!

Nothing on that site would have me sending money! :-(

Edited By: nihcaj on Dec 24, 2010 19:04
#2
nothing wrong with site check out these reviews for verification
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/kogan-elite-led22-review-50001844/
#3
Would be nice if people would read reviews and investigate a bit before trying to rubish a site! or are you working for a rival firm?
#4
simon2490
nothing wrong with site check out these reviews for verification
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/kogan-elite-led22-review-50001844/



There's not even an address on the site, nor a telephone number!

So explain to me how you will get repairs done, & explain how you will get your money back when it's bust?

OK, it can be paid by Paypal. so if it doesn' turn up, then you are probably covered if you buy that way, but that's all - apart from that, are you also going to get a VAT bill when it turns up at the door, as there is no VAT paid?

I have been stung before with goods from abroad, which is why something costing a tenner is fine, but bigger sums are just plain gambling.
#5
simon2490
Would be nice if people would read reviews and investigate a bit before trying to rubish a site! or are you working for a rival firm?


Nice try.... first time poster coming with that one!
#6
simon2490
Would be nice if people would read reviews and investigate a bit before trying to rubish a site! or are you working for a rival firm?


the TV may be wonderful... or not, I have no idea - but buying abroad is gambling.
#7
please read the previous post for this TV did you post your concerns on here?
All i have posted in the past and commented and used this site already. The post is about the deal not your opinon on the site! if you can it better anywhere else then shout up.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/24-full-hd-led-tv-with-pvr-and-digi/800900
#8
Its a bit of a hot headed mafia here Simon.

Kogan have only recently launched in the UK, being highly successful for a good while now in Australia.
#9
You still haven't explained how your customer rights are covered by a company thousands of miles away, nor have you explained the VAT avoidance.
#10
nihcaj Please just leave it your wrong about the site people have got goods no probs read before you get on your high horse....

Edited By: simon2490 on Dec 24, 2010 19:44
#11
Of course they will have no problems getting them, it's Paypal... they will cover non-delivery, but do tell me how you get a refund when it's bust... it's hard enough to sort in the UK.

That's without the VAT avoidance issue!

I didn't realise about the other post, I hadn't seen it, and think it only fair to warn others on that thread too!

I will happily leave it when you explain how you get around those problems,
#12
thanks for posting this,nice features & reasonable price but personally i would not buy from websites like this one nor i'm keen on the seller's own branded products. :)
#14
Kogan says that there will be no physical UK office and all jobs will remain in Australia. However, the business has negotiated warehouse, courier and supplier deals in the UK, befitting from a greater choice of partners compared with Australia.
So they are shipped within the UK but all the admin (including dealing with returns) are in Australia. However as the products are shipped from with the uk and the company you deal with is Kogan Technologies UK Pty Ltd they come under UK consumer law and all the entitlements that contains,
1 Like #15
Q: If my Kogan item needs to be repaired, who will cover the freight costs?
Kogan will cover all freight costs if your TV needs to be repaired under warranty.
If your Television needs to be picked up, it is the Customers responsibility to ensure the Television is packaged securely. The best way to do this is to keep the original box the Television came with.
For more information you can refer to our warranty terms and conditions:
http://kogan.co.uk/warranty/

Q: What warranty does my Television come with and what does this cover?
All our products come standard with a 1 year warranty that covers manufacturer’s faults.

Full Terms and Conditions are available here:
http://kogan.co.uk/warranty/


Warrenty T&Cs http://www.kogan.co.uk/warranty/ Not a lawyer so can't say if there is anything wrong in theirs but it looks pretty standard.

From what I have quickly read I wouldn't have too many issues buying from them but as always "caveat emptor" or in english "Let the buyer beware"


Edited By: wordsworth on Dec 24, 2010 20:35
2 Likes #16
BTW I don't blame nihcaj for being suspicious as there are plenty of scam artists out there and we on HUKDs need to look out for one another :-)
#17
More details on this brand ...
http://channel.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=27515
http://channel.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=27736

nihcaj at least do a bit of research before you start spouting next time.:p
#18
Isn't £166 the live price with an estimated dispatch of 25th Feb?

The price to buy now is £189, which to be honest is pretty good swell (i've been looking for a 24-32" tv for a while now). May just buy one at this price if no deals show up over the sales.

For anyone that doesn't know what there live price means I've pasted an explanation from the website below. Personally I don't see ~£20 as much of a saving for a ~3 month wait.

"Like all manufacturers, Kogan begins production of new products well before they are ready to be dispatched to customers. We want to give customers the opportunity to join us early on in our manufacturing cycle, and to reap rewards through lower prices for our latest products. We believe customers who can wait a little longer to receive their products straight off the assembly line should get an even better deal. That’s why we’ve introduced LivePrice!

LivePrice allows you to purchase a product while we are in the process of manufacturing or shipping. The price of the product gradually increases at a rate that depends on a number of key factors until we sell out, reach our expected dispatch date, or reach our everyday best value price. Customers who get in earliest will receive the best prices, so be quick!

If you change your mind about purchasing a product with LivePrice, don't worry! You can request a refund at any stage while the product has a LivePrice, and our 7 Day Money Back Guarantee applies after a product is delivered."
3 Likes #19
No UK address or Tel number - I certainly think that that was some thing worth pointing out.

Cheers nihcaj
banned 4 Likes #20
LadyEleanor
Its a bit of a hot headed mafia here Simon


No, its not, there are plenty of scams out there so discretion is the better part of valour.I'd rather have members being cautious then idiots telling people to buy from god knows where.

Edited By: SHOWMAN36 on Dec 24, 2010 21:41
#21
Abadi
No UK address or Tel number - I certainly think that that was some thing worth pointing out.

Cheers nihcaj

Yep everything done from Australia, so email only!
#22
crofter
More details on this brand ...
http://channel.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=27515

http://channel.hexus.net/content/item.php?item=27736


nihcaj at least do a bit of research before you start spouting next time.:p


How is this "research? What security does that offer purchasers - it's just a couple of articles about the company?

Actually some research would be good, but he fact the most BASIC of information is not on the web site sets alarm bells ringing, If you feel happy buying, then get on with it, but don't whinge when it doesn't work out.

Edited By: nihcaj on Dec 24, 2010 22:30
#23
#24
nice deal for a cheap small room telly
#25
brookheather


No, yours reads...24" FULL HD LED* TV WITH PVR AND DIGITAL TUNER - KOGAN ELITE LED24 - £189 @ Kogan UK
#26
brookheather
i think this deal is highlighting the live price which is cheaper
1 Like #27
Although I have heard of them before, I still wouldn't buy from them based on no postal address or phone number. I may be wrong but I thought all internet traders HAVE to display their trading address and a contact number (more the address though) by law.
1 Like #28
simate
brookheather
No, yours reads...24" FULL HD LED* TV WITH PVR AND DIGITAL TUNER - KOGAN ELITE LED24 - £189 @ Kogan UK

This one is also £189, the £166 is for live price which means delivery in a couple of months. Should really be made clearer in the OP IMO.
#29
agreed.
i thought i had read the live price info in the OP but it was in your post (#18)
should probably be in title to be fair
#30
I voted hot as that's a nice price for a bedroom tv, especially one with a built-in pvr. But lack of a number to call would scare me off actually buying one (not that a number to call insures anything).
#31
Having looking at the company and its history the owner sounds like a Micheal O'Leary ( Ryan Air ) so maybe you want to buy a good value product and with a poor after sale service then this could be the one for you. .
The set cost £166 and comes with the Standard Warranty period of 12 months, good value for the Specs ok after when warranty runs out like any other item you repair it or replace it.



Edited By: iscom on Dec 27, 2010 12:58
#32
Skibster
I voted hot as that's a nice price for a bedroom tv, especially one with a built-in pvr. But lack of a number to call would scare me off actually buying one (not that a number to call insures anything).

To be honest the way some of the major retailers in the UK behave when things go wrong, I rarely find a customer services number much use. IMO the best protection for any consumer is to buy with a credit card, preferably one you have a track record with so they know you aren't just trying your luck.
#33
Trading as: Kogan Technologies UK Pty Ltd
ACN: 147 323 126

Nothing listed under Kogan Technologies at companies house UK. So the ACN must be an Austrailian company number. Not exactly clear seeing the use of UK!

Extracted from ASIC's database at AEST 00:35:06 on 28/12/2010
Name KOGAN TECHNOLOGIES UK PTY LTD
ACN 147 323 126

ABN 43 147 323 126

Type Australian Proprietary Company, Limited By Shares
Registration Date 11/11/2010
Next Review Date 11/11/2011
Status Registered
Locality of Registered Office Melbourne VIC 3000
Jurisdiction Australian Securities & Investments Commission


Edited By: Ed_in_London on Dec 27, 2010 13:37: more info
#34
Mentos
Skibster
I voted hot as that's a nice price for a bedroom tv, especially one with a built-in pvr. But lack of a number to call would scare me off actually buying one (not that a number to call insures anything).


To be honest the way some of the major retailers in the UK behave when things go wrong, I rarely find a customer services number much use. IMO the best protection for any consumer is to buy with a credit card, preferably one you have a track record with so they know you aren't just trying your luck.


all well and good but if the trading company is based outside of teh UK the UK credit card protection does not apply - unless someone can prove different.

So with no UK company details / records this must be a risk.

EliTom
#35
elitom
Mentos
Skibster
I voted hot as that's a nice price for a bedroom tv, especially one with a built-in pvr. But lack of a number to call would scare me off actually buying one (not that a number to call insures anything).


To be honest the way some of the major retailers in the UK behave when things go wrong, I rarely find a customer services number much use. IMO the best protection for any consumer is to buy with a credit card, preferably one you have a track record with so they know you aren't just trying your luck.


all well and good but if the trading company is based outside of teh UK the UK credit card protection does not apply - unless someone can prove different.

So with no UK company details / records this must be a risk.

EliTom


Something like what I said initially... and STILL people are voting this hot!

No protecting some people from themselves, no wonder Internet scammers get away with so much when people rush into dubious buys even after being warned!
#36
I bought one of these for my sons bedroom for £189.00. It arrived when stated (about 10 days before Christmas) and works excellently. You will need some kind of storage media though for the PVR.
I checked a few reviews prior to purchase. The usual suspects had posted the normal doom and gloom, but having seen that they were in the minority, I decided to go ahead and my son is more than happy with the telly.
#37
AVAILABILITY

Expected dispatch date: 25th February 2011
#38
nihcaj
elitom
Mentos
Skibster
I voted hot as that's a nice price for a bedroom tv, especially one with a built-in pvr. But lack of a number to call would scare me off actually buying one (not that a number to call insures anything).
To be honest the way some of the major retailers in the UK behave when things go wrong, I rarely find a customer services number much use. IMO the best protection for any consumer is to buy with a credit card, preferably one you have a track record with so they know you aren't just trying your luck.
all well and good but if the trading company is based outside of teh UK the UK credit card protection does not apply - unless someone can prove different.So with no UK company details / records this must be a risk.EliTom
Something like what I said initially... and STILL people are voting this hot!No protecting some people from themselves, no wonder Internet scammers get away with so much when people rush into dubious buys even after being warned!

http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2007/149-07

I don't appreciate the suggestion that I am putting consumers at risk by my comments. If anything you're comments in this post risk consumers not understanding their rights and therefore not enforcing them when their CC company tries to pull a fast one.
1 Like #39
Mentos



http://www.oft.gov.uk/news-and-updates/press/2007/149-07


I don't appreciate the suggestion that I am putting consumers at risk by my comments. If anything you're comments in this post risk consumers not understanding their rights and therefore not enforcing them when their CC company tries to pull a fast one.


good point - I have been told by one CC comapny taht overseas transcations are nopt covered by Section 75 - worth bookmarking above link - thanks Mentos

EliTom
#40
CraigSterling777
I bought one of these for my sons bedroom for £189.00. It arrived when stated (about 10 days before Christmas) and works excellently. You will need some kind of storage media though for the PVR.I checked a few reviews prior to purchase. The usual suspects had posted the normal doom and gloom, but having seen that they were in the minority, I decided to go ahead and my son is more than happy with the telly.

Any chance of scanning the invoice? - minus your personal details of course ;)
I personally don't see anything wrong with an 50 day old Austrailian company giving our retailers competition - so long as it is clear what and who they are.

Edited By: Ed_in_London on Dec 27, 2010 14:40

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