EXPIRED BY ME BUT STILL AVAILABLE ..UMC 40 inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview only £299.00+£5.00 delivery at Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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EXPIRED BY ME BUT STILL AVAILABLE ..UMC 40 inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD TV with Freeview only £299.00+£5.00 delivery at Tesco Direct £304.00

£304.00 @ Tesco Direct
This 40" LCD has full 1080p hd and has freeview built-in. It is available to buy from Tesco Direct. I have quoted the postage as i was not given the collect instore FREE option when i was collat… Read More
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This 40" LCD has full 1080p hd and has freeview built-in.
It is available to buy from Tesco Direct.
I have quoted the postage as i was not given the collect instore FREE option when i was collating details for here.



You can watch TV and movies in full HD resolution and play games in superb high quality 1080p detail with this UMC 40" LCD TV.With built-in Freeview you'll be able to choose from a wide selection of channels to watch and with the UMC's sleep timer you don't have to worry about leaving the TV on if you fall asleep. On top of this you can connect a whole range of other compatible devices through the UMC's 3 HMDI connections, PC input,and Scart and USB sockets.Not only is this TV an exceptional performer, it has a stylish, sleek design and premium high gloss finish for the contemporary home.
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#1
could point out that you can get it for £20 cheaper with code TDX-KPRT and delivered free to store so £279.00 is a great price

sorry it seems the code is no longer valid

Edited By: kylewalker on Jun 07, 2011 15:58
#2
Pretty sure someone linked a 3d 1080p samsung 42" plasma for about £350 which i believe also had freeview built in based on that i think this deal is pretty cold tbh.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B004REYKKQ/ref=nosim/?tag=hotukdeals-21 - £399 (little bit more)

Edited By: Nailez on Jun 07, 2011 16:16: link edit.
#3
Hot on front page at mo is a 42" branded tv, for £299 so dont be shocked if this doesnt get much heat.
#4
Evz1974
Hot on front page at mo is a 42" branded tv, for £299 so dont be shocked if this doesnt get much heat.


That one is here say as there is no link and instore only if any left.
I dont think that it is full 1080p and most of all its a Plasma this one is LCD.
Granted it is panasonic though.
kind regards.


Edited By: dd011f7630 on Jun 07, 2011 16:24
#5
dd011f7630
Evz1974
Hot on front page at mo is a 42" branded tv, for £299 so dont be shocked if this doesnt get much heat.

That one is here say as there is no link and instore only if any left.
I dont think that it is full 1080p and most of all its a Plasma this one is LCD.
Granted it is panasonic though.
kind regards.


Personally would never buy an unbranded tv, seen a few in peoples houses and never been impressed by the quality of picture - look worse than my old Bravia, also remember a mate bought a sainsburys one or tesco one - and Sky Sports News banner - couldnt see the bottom line on it no matter how you messed around with the settings. For something you tend to spend a lot of time looking at, its worth comparing and seeing them in action first imho, might be a decent one this, was just pointing out why it probably won't get mucho heato.
#6
Evz1974
dd011f7630
Evz1974
Hot on front page at mo is a 42" branded tv, for £299 so dont be shocked if this doesnt get much heat.


That one is here say as there is no link and instore only if any left.
I dont think that it is full 1080p and most of all its a Plasma this one is LCD.
Granted it is panasonic though.
kind regards.



Personally would never buy an unbranded tv, seen a few in peoples houses and never been impressed by the quality of picture - look worse than my old Bravia, also remember a mate bought a sainsburys one or tesco one - and Sky Sports News banner - couldnt see the bottom line on it no matter how you messed around with the settings. For something you tend to spend a lot of time looking at, its worth comparing and seeing them in action first imho, might be a decent one this, was just pointing out why it probably won't get mucho heato.


Hi, it looks like your right, thanks for your thoughts.
No harm done, am just trying to highlight possible bargains and get bargains too..
#7
Picture quality on this set is awful, even for that price.
HD content may be watchable, but SD is beyond bad

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