CDiscount Polaroid TLU-41943BU 19" HD Ready Digital LCD TV - now £124.99 plus 4% Quidco - HotUKDeals
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CDiscount Polaroid TLU-41943BU 19" HD Ready Digital LCD TV - now £124.99 plus 4% Quidco

£124.99 @ CDiscount entertainment
19" (48cm) Visible Screen Size, Integrated Digital Tuner, Resolution 1440 x 900, Contrast Ratio 700:1, 1 HDMI and 1 Scart Socket28% Off RRP : 179.99* £129.99 or 3 easy payments of £43.33 3Di… Read More
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8y, 5m agoFound 8 years, 5 months ago
19" (48cm) Visible Screen Size, Integrated Digital Tuner, Resolution 1440 x 900, Contrast Ratio 700:1, 1 HDMI and 1 Scart Socket28% Off
RRP : 179.99*
£129.99 or 3 easy payments of £43.33


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#1
#2
soweezy


ive been looking at the samsung as it seems a good price and im not bothered that it doesn't have built-in freeview as i have a set top box. i dont know much about polaroid, anyone know which is the better set?
#3
just noticed the samsung has a higher contrast ratio, thats all the diff i can see spec wise.
#4
flyingteddy
just noticed the samsung has a higher contrast ratio, thats all the diff i can see spec wise.


and maybe the fact it's not digital ? :)
#5
soweezy
and maybe the fact it's not digital ? :)


yeah i said that in my first post.
#6
did anybody get this?

any good
#7
Seems to be 124.99 at the moment
#8
anyone......any good
[mod]#9
m1chaels;4427529
Seems to be 124.99 at the moment


Thanks, I'll update the post to reflect the lower price :)
#10
erm... Polaroid make cameras and not tv's. This is simply an unknown chinese brand who are using the Polaroid brand in order to import tv's. Any good? Not for me thanks.
#11
big b0y
erm... Polaroid make cameras and not tv's. This is simply an unknown chinese brand who are using the Polaroid brand in order to import tv's. Any good? Not for me thanks.


gets good reviews do a little common sense is needed here.....mitsubishi make air conditioning units,...but i would tale one of there evo 8 cars.......hitachi make trains power tools,lcd tvs...a lot of companies have a lot of different products,that doesnt make there lessre known products poor
#12
stephen25uk
gets good reviews do a little common sense is needed here.....mitsubishi make air conditioning units,...but i would tale one of there evo 8 cars.......hitachi make trains power tools,lcd tvs...a lot of companies have a lot of different products,that doesnt make there lessre known products poor


Famous saying in business - "stick to your knitting"

Saying that - they probably don't do knitting machines! ;-)
#13
I have an older model for sale (940mw) nearly same but no hdmi. Look in my post.
#14
I bought a 15" version (HD Ready) for my mum for her kitchen for £115 from Richers. It had, a PC input as well as SCART and S-Video and Composite. Thought it would be cheap and nasty as well as cheap and cheerful. How wrong I was. Build quality was excellent, picture was excellent (and I'm fussy) and the menus were very nice, looking very 'upmarket'. Yep, I'd certainly take a chance on this and I don't normally buy the cheapo brands. Voted hot.
#15
Similar type of Tv on @ Ebuyer but a fiver cheaper

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/156819

Samsung also on @ Ebuyer (http://www.ebuyer.com/product/134572) with 3 year warranty not sure what warranty is a CDIS but if its same dont forger 4% quidco to make CDis better option for samsung
#16
The Samsung ones have 3 yr on site Warranty but from this company might only have 1 pin plug
#17
can this be wall mounted?
#18
marnstars
Famous saying in business - "stick to your knitting"

Saying that - they probably don't do knitting machines! ;-)


No, that's Toyota;-)

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