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Blaupunkt 32 inch LED HD Ready Tv with Freeview £111.99 @ amazon FREE DELIVERY

£111.99 @ Amazon
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Great bargain for an 32 inch tv from amazon with free delivery

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1 Like #1
an 32?
1 Like #3
It's HD ready not full HD. Not sure how much difference it makes with a 32 inch TV. Seems a good price.
1 Like #4
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
4 Likes #5
there are alot of people who cant afford 4k tvs plus these are nice tvs for bedrooms, flats ect ect thats why they make good quality budget tvs
7 Likes #6
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk


​you really are one of the most negative people on here.
maybe we would be better off spending our money on one of your rubbish deals.
2 Likes #7
makes my tesco deal from summer even sweeter

technika

32 " full hed led ,freeview hd and dvd player £89
mis price should been £179

8)
4 Likes #8
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk


I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
#9
I'm looking for something like this but with smart built in. Anybody seen anything?
2 Likes #10
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk

You're a ray of sunshine aren't you, do you ever post positive comments on any deals?
#11
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk


I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!


​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.
5 Likes #12
sam_of_london
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.
I didn't have anyone in my ignore list, until now.
#13
julieallen
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk

You're a ray of sunshine aren't you, do you ever post positive comments on any deals?


​he does, have a look at his own post this morning, he's got loads of good things to say about that.
it annoys me, because he just tells lies.
1 Like #14
sam_of_london
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.

so your other posts tell people buying anything thats not 4k is a waste of time, yet you buy something thats not 4k.
1 Like #15
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk


I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!


​if you look at previous comments he's made on other threads he can and has bought everything from eBay for £5
1 Like #16
I have this tv. Bought it when Chanchi posted in Black Friday from Tesco last year.
Was £99, but with clubcard double boost. Got it for £86. Its a great tv. Use it as a monitor as well as
tv. 3 HDMI ports. Almost a year on and still perfect as the first day.
1 Like #17
julieallen
sam_of_london
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.

so your other posts tell people buying anything thats not 4k is a waste of time, yet you buy something thats not 4k.


​It's your money. But I will definitely not get a 720p TV even for free. When people are throwing out perfectly working 1080p TV.
#18
shadey12
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk


I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!


​if you look at previous comments he's made on other threads he can and has bought everything from eBay for £5


​I buy lots of items on eBay. Yes I bought LG 1080p TV second hand listed here for £5 on ebay. If you cannot spot a good bargain, it is not my fault :D
1 Like #19
Don't be fooled by the name once associated with high end products from Germany, someone has bought the name and is sticking it on cheap generic electronic appliances from china.
#20
The missus just bought one of these, not a bad tv pictures ok it's a cheap 32" tv if that's what you want then that's what it is, only thing I've noticed is the sound cuts out on certain programmes when there is no talking/music etc probably a setting somewhere but yet to find it
#21
I will wait until Black Friday & scrummage with the masses at my local Asda
#22
solidamber
Don't be fooled by the name once associated with high end products from Germany, someone has bought the name and is sticking it on cheap generic electronic appliances from china.


same with Polaroid and even JVC and Kenwood are just badges stuck on currys own brand.
I'd still rather have a JVC than a saisho or matsui though.
#23
Its fine for £99 which has been the going rate for a few years. Wouldn't pay more than that at a time when the branded sets are falling in price...just look at some of the Sony deals in the last week!
1 Like #24
this is the type of TV's you will find on black fridays
#25
£99 at Sainsbury's in the black sale last year , I need to get one for xmas and waiting to see a smart option is added for the sale.
2 Likes #26
sam_of_london
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.
With a 32in tv I can't tell the difference between SD and HD anyway (when sat about 8 feet away). You really can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p until you approach a 40in screen.
I agree 720p though does make it a little bit rubbish if you plan to use it as a monitor though.
2 Likes #27
720p at 32inch for £100+ in 2016? LOOOOL
5 Likes #28
720P at 32" for £111 is amazing really, sure you could have got it for £99 in black friday, blue monday and riot Asda but it's still damned cheap for the here and now. Obviously us smart alecs with time travelling machines have gone forward 20 years and got 200" 500k 4d TV's for £0.20p but for the rest of you this is a good deal for kids bedroom, toilet tv, grandma's TV or a TV to set fire to just to show your neighbours that 720p isn't good enough for you.

Sam of London is right, I'm constantly chucking out Full HD TV's, every other day I lob one out the window.... my butler says I'm mad but I do so enjoy giving back to the poor in our boulevard.

Edited By: spannerzone on Nov 14, 2016 22:02
#29
spannerzone
720P at 32" for £111 is amazing really, sure you could have got it for £99 in black friday, blue monday and riot Asda but it's still damned cheap for the here and now. Obviously us smart alecs with time travelling machines have gone forward 20 years and got 200" 500k 4d TV's for £0.20p but for the rest of you this is a good deal for kids bedroom, toilet tv, grandma's TV or a TV to set fire to just to show your neighbours that 720p isn't good enough for you.

Sam of London is right, I'm constantly chucking out Full HD TV's, every other day I lob one out the window.... my butler says I'm mad but I do so enjoy giving back to the poor in our boulevard.


​If you live in London where space is very premium, people are chucking out expensive things every day. You may earning £1 pound a day but those who work in banks etc and rich foreign students going back home , they have money no object and happy to let you collect all their unwanted stuff for free. The person I got the TV was very happy to get rid of it.
#30
spannerzone
720P at 32" for £111 is amazing really, sure you could have got it for £99 in black friday, blue monday and riot Asda but it's still damned cheap for the here and now. Obviously us smart alecs with time travelling machines have gone forward 20 years and got 200" 500k 4d TV's for £0.20p but for the rest of you this is a good deal for kids bedroom, toilet tv, grandma's TV

Absolutely. You also have to consider the fall in Sterling for imported goods like this. Pound was 1.5 to the dollar a year ago, now 1.25, so obviously not going to get as favourable deals now.

or a TV to set fire to just to show your neighbours that 720p isn't good enough for you.
Sam of London is right, I'm constantly chucking out Full HD TV's, every other day I lob one out the window.... my butler says I'm mad but I do so enjoy giving back to the poor in our boulevard.
Lol :p
#31
sam_of_london
​If you live in London where space is very premium, people are chucking out expensive things every day. You may earning £1 pound a day but those who work in banks etc and rich foreign students going back home , they have money no object and happy to let you collect all their unwanted stuff for free. The person I got the TV was very happy to get rid of it.
And absolutely good luck to all those that can grab those, but unfortunately for some (or they may say fortunately) many don't live in an area where this happens too often. But can't blame anyone for taking advantage of a super cheap TV. But the reality is that the vast majority will have to buy a TV rather than be lucky to get one for £5
#32
I am sure if you look on ebay and gumtree, you can find one as well.
#33
SFconvert
sam_of_london
claire7519
sam_of_london
Big Negative. You have to be mad to buy 720p TV in age of 4k and Hdr. No better use for £111. 99 than buying obsolete junk
I'll just go buy a 4K TV for my 8 year old son to play on his Xbox with .. don't think so! I'd be MAD to do that wouldn't I!!
​You can at least buy a 1080p TV. I bought a small second hand 1080p TV for £5 on ebay. This is obsolete big time due to 720p crap resolution.
With a 32in tv I can't tell the difference between SD and HD anyway (when sat about 8 feet away). You really can't tell the difference between 720p and 1080p until you approach a 40in screen.
I agree 720p though does make it a little bit rubbish if you plan to use it as a monitor though.

I could see a difference between my 720 and 1080 50" sets.....the 720p looked way better as it was a better TV! Resolution is only relevant when you take screen size and viewing distance into account (making 4k pointless for the majority of TV buyers) but sam-of-london seems to ignore this point so he can keep spouting the same nonsense on every 720/1080 tv deal posted.
#34
Gollywood
I will wait until Black Friday & scrummage with the masses at my local Asda
You will find better deals on here that you can buy with a click of the mouse any day of the week rather than in the scrum at Asda on black Friday,
#35
solidamber
Gollywood
I will wait until Black Friday & scrummage with the masses at my local Asda
You will find better deals on here that you can buy with a click of the mouse any day of the week rather than in the scrum at Asda on black Friday,

My sarcasm perhaps not as clear as I thought!
#36
Gollywood
solidamber
Gollywood
I will wait until Black Friday & scrummage with the masses at my local Asda
You will find better deals on here that you can buy with a click of the mouse any day of the week rather than in the scrum at Asda on black Friday,
My sarcasm perhaps not as clear as I thought!
maybe an emoji would help
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