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Bush 49 inch Full HD Freeview LED TV £199.99 @ Argos

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Bush 49 inch Full HD Freeview LED TV £199.99 @ Argos

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The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten
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solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten

So sad to hear about your troubles mate. Hope you grow up quickly.
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In first with 'you can't beat a good bush' comment

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55 Likes #1
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten
9 Likes #2
In first with 'you can't beat a good bush' comment
2 Likes #3
Excellent price, have ordered will be at my local store in 4 days. Have the 48 inch version am using for pc gaming and no complaints and paid £229 for that.
4 Likes #4
ronaldmacdonald
In first with 'you can't beat a good bush' comment


if you can't beat it , eat it
15 Likes #5
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten

So sad to hear about your troubles mate. Hope you grow up quickly.
3 Likes #6
stanlenin
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten
So sad to hear about your troubles mate. Hope you grow up quickly.

Ditto.
#7
does the tv10 code not work on this ?
#8
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten


Preach! I bought a 42inch TV from Tesco during one of the boost promotions, cost me 130ish. It's set up as my main TV but I'm not much of a TV person. Good thing too as the colour output is terrible. You either get a single fluorescent RGB colour or settle for washed out colours. Sound isn't great either as I'm always having to increase over 25 to hear anything. I guess the only people who would enjoy such low quality images are those who don't have anything better to compare it to. Emotion was the brand.
4 Likes #9
Silverhighlights
Excellent price, have ordered will be at my local store in 4 days. Have the 48 inch version am using for pc gaming and no complaints and paid £229 for that.


Why would you hinder your gaming experience with such low quality on the visual end?
I'm not a brand hore, as been using a hanspree TV as my monitor for like 5years, prior to that I used an LG TV, the difference between a cheap brand and the higher brand was like night and day. Only reason I havnt got a proper branded screen is because the damn hanspree isn't dying.
#10
You'll be lucky to get one out of stock on the Sussex coast and none in central London, all gone I suspect
1 Like #11
there are some in the liverpool area, I just got mine
1 Like #12
Love the Netflix button on the remote! Great price for a 49 inch Tv!
1 Like #13
anyone on got one of these? clearly they are not going to be great but it would do I think as a stop gap until OLED or FALD come down in price; just keen to hear a review from someone who has one........... looks like they have gone out of stock now locally anyway..dam...

Edited By: afroylnt on Mar 11, 2017 08:00
1 Like #14
djloopuk
there are some in the liverpool area, I just got mine
i hope know one knows you on here, you wont have it for long

Edited By: tamboss on Mar 11, 2017 10:15
#15
afroylnt
anyone on got one of these? clearly they are not going to be great but it would do I think as a stop gap until OLED or FALD come down in price; just keen to hear a review from someone who has one........... looks like they have gone out of stock now locally anyway..dam...
This TV will have died long before oled come down to B&M prices.
#16
jaydeeuk1
afroylnt
anyone on got one of these? clearly they are not going to be great but it would do I think as a stop gap until OLED or FALD come down in price; just keen to hear a review from someone who has one........... looks like they have gone out of stock now locally anyway..dam...
This TV will have died long before oled come down to B&M prices.
Clearly OLED isn't going to be cheap but £800-£900 is not unrealistic I believe.
#17
I have similar 42" version of this screen. had it about 3 months now. use it as a second TV for the bedroom... cost £180 iirc, and pretty pleased with it for that... Mike has freeview play which I can't see for this one... Picture quality is pretty good, but sound is terrible... get some external speakers or a soundbar and all good...
#18
bazmartin1234
Love the Netflix button on the remote! Great price for a 49 inch Tv!
Looks good but does nothing ??
2 Likes #19
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten


Judging by the lack of heat on the few deals you've posted, I'm not sure I would appoint you as the Great Arbitrator of Quality on here. :p
1 Like #20
afroylnt
anyone on got one of these? clearly they are not going to be great but it would do I think as a stop gap until OLED or FALD come down in price; just keen to hear a review from someone who has one........... looks like they have gone out of stock now locally anyway..dam...

We bought one of these around a year ago, it does what it says on the tin. Picture quality in hd is very good, and sound quality perfectlly fine not tinny at all, only negative I would say is the legs are a little wobbly which isn't really a problem if you wall mount it or do not have kids/pets that may knock it.
1 Like #21
Out of stock
3 Likes #22
I have one of these. It's absolutely fine for our needs. I have no issue with screen or quality and at the end of the day it's a TV that works fine. I have no idea what these TV obsessed people are going on about, I have no bitterness at all.
#23
oos
3 Likes #24
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten


That is a fantastic quote. I'm gonna have that, thanks.
#25
OOS everywhere near me and none in stock online for me either :(

Edited By: thommo on Mar 11, 2017 14:50
1 Like #26
spullot
afroylnt
anyone on got one of these? clearly they are not going to be great but it would do I think as a stop gap until OLED or FALD come down in price; just keen to hear a review from someone who has one........... looks like they have gone out of stock now locally anyway..dam...
We bought one of these around a year ago, it does what it says on the tin. Picture quality in hd is very good, and sound quality perfectlly fine not tinny at all, only negative I would say is the legs are a little wobbly which isn't really a problem if you wall mount it or do not have kids/pets that may knock it.
Many tks good to know just got to find one..
#27
I reserved one in Worcester (Shambles) but don't want it now, anyone want the reservation code for pick up today (5.30) as it's out of stock now and anywhere near Worcester.
1 Like #28
I have a 40" bush. It's a great picture, comparable to the leading brands. My mates had a bush for 8 years it outlived my Samsung that I brought the same time.
2 Likes #29
I have to admit, I love a big bush.
1 Like #30
oos swindon
2 Likes #31
louiearch9309
I have a 40" bush. It's a great picture, comparable to the leading brands. My mates had a bush for 8 years it outlived my Samsung that I brought the same time.


the 70's called, they can't believe it's got that long but still want it back
#32
are bush the best make for TV? no! who cares. great price for a TV of this size.
#33
thommo
OOS everywhere near me and none in stock online for me either :(

I bought this TV last week after it was OOS for nearly a week. People reserve these TV's but never collect them so keep trying and trying. If I'd have seen this deal I'd have held off for a week.
1 Like #34
Normal price for 50" Vestel FHD TV
#35
Little wonder there are so many LCD TVs at the dump. Yes, these might last until the warranty has expired though I know of too many Vestel and UMC TVs that died prematurely.
Guessing I am wasting my time though this is a prime example of getting what you paid for. :)
#36
Bilbo1968
stanlenin
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten
So sad to hear about your troubles mate. Hope you grow up quickly.

Ditto.


Does that mean of you're bitten by cheap and nasty products you're somehow younger?
#37
Worst TV brand ever ..its so low in price as they break easy I should know I've had a few and before anyone gets the knickers in a twist ..I'm stating facts! Find another brand if u want it to last longer than a year
#38
Rhythmeister
Bilbo1968
stanlenin
solidamber
The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten
So sad to hear about your troubles mate. Hope you grow up quickly.
Ditto.
Does that mean of you're bitten by cheap and nasty products you're somehow younger?

In English this time?
1 Like #39
Erikap
Worst TV brand ever ..its so low in price as they break easy I should know I've had a few and before anyone gets the knickers in a twist ..I'm stating facts! Find another brand if u want it to last longer than a year
so what can do you recommend for less than £350 whilst waiting for OLED or FALD to come down? I don't want to pay allot for the normal carpy backlight all LCD's that are non- FALD and non OLED come with...

thing is if it dies after year then @ £200 its stil much the same as a £1k OLED with 5 yr warranty...still £200 p/yr.

I use to have a £1k full HD panny plasma (died after 7 yrs un-economic to repair) so I know what good looks like.
1 Like #40
Erikap
Worst TV brand ever ..its so low in price as they break easy I should know I've had a few and before anyone gets the knickers in a twist ..I'm stating facts! Find another brand if u want it to last longer than a year
Weird as both my bush, Polaroid and Marks and Spencer TV lasted over 8 years each. Happily bought another

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