LG 42PJ350 - 42" Plasma TV With A 5 Year Warranty - £399 Delivered @ Oldrids - HotUKDeals
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You may not have heard of the company but they have 2 stores Grantham & Boston and have been around since 1831 !

Amazon is slightly cheaper but this includes a 5 year warranty which Amazon charge £71 for
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#1
Would buy it, if it was full HD because I'm wanting to upgrade, but this is a great price for someone who is wanting one of these, and is a good price for what you get. Heat added :)
#2
I've got the LG 42PJ550, this model is virtually the same as the PJ550 and 650 version, however this one is locked down so you cannot play movies using the USB port, if they have it available go for the 550 or 650 series, that's the only difference between these three. Cracking TV though...
#3
Good price with the warranty! if not worried about the warranty you can get it for £348 delivered at rgb direct.
#4
I just bought this on Thursday last .But from Comet for the same price . Absolutely stunning .
Was in all the shops ,looking at every make , Toshibas ,LG's , Panasonic's and Samsungs etc .
Judging by the picture quality it looked the best , so I got it .
It was to replace my TH37 Panny , non HD I've had for 7 or 8 years .Normally I would have never bought an LG as I've seen some with horendous picture quality in the past . Not knowing if I'd made the right choice ,I did a seach on the net . Not a bad word to say about this model , excellent reviews .Well pleased I am and a steal at the price compared to the £1200 I paid for the Panny and another £200 for extra terminal boards and £150 for the stand .

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