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Now TV Smart box £37.00 at John Lewis

£37.00 @ John Lewis
Both Now TV Smart boxes (4 months movies and 5 months entertainment) have been reduced to £37 at John Lewis making it cheaper than all other Smart Boxes!! With Entertainment 5 Month pass Here
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Both Now TV Smart boxes (4 months movies and 5 months entertainment) have been reduced to £37 at John Lewis making it cheaper than all other Smart Boxes!!

With Entertainment 5 Month pass Here
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36 Likes
0dd8a11
however now trying to watch Sky Movies the pictures frozen? Any suggestions?
let it go
banned 16 Likes
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.
5 Likes
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.

If you're using this method, I would smother it in syrup first (ensures better contact with the Microwave casing)

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2 Likes #1
Okay.
#2
There good I have one better than the old type also on it have freeview too, so just blends in with movies and entertainment.. Heat
#3
Can you put kodi on these still?
#4
Read post and thought there was 4 months Cinema + 5 months entertainment. Both are on offer but the deal is for either on or the other. Hot if you can pick up in store, wouldn't trust them if ordering on-line.
#5
Seems like a really good deal if you want the free view feature. Heat!
#6
markalanious
Can you put kodi on these still?


​Plex you can, kodi I never knew you can
#7
easy to sell the box for £30+ if you just want the codes
1 Like #8
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

Edited By: Jaybeam on Feb 17, 2017 08:02
#9
I've been looking around for a smart nowt box deal for ages. I'm not really fussed about the packages, it's just the box I'm looking for, I want something simple for my father to use
2 Likes #10
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
One example application: adding FVTV to PC monitor.
1 Like #11
Thank you. Been wanting to upgrade to the new box for a while. Thanks
#12
So i bought the previous box a couple of months ago for £19.95 with six months entertainment pass and it works great by the way, so the only difference is freeview is that correct? I wouldn't want to get rid of my tv aerial in case the broadband dropped out so how is this a good deal?
#13
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

your comment is obviously extremely incorrect - most tvs do NOT have freeview included
#14
Jaybeam
So i bought the previous box a couple of months ago for £19.95 with six months entertainment pass and it works great by the way, so the only difference is freeview is that correct? I wouldn't want to get rid of my tv aerial in case the broadband dropped out so how is this a good deal?
Pretty much yeah, even in terms of speed i don't find mine all that much faster than the old white box. The box still needs an aerial plugged in for freeview btw.
2 Likes #15
luvsadealdealdeal
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
your comment is obviously extremely incorrect - most tvs do NOT have freeview included
Which don't have freeview?

Edited By: Jaybeam on Feb 17, 2017 09:21
2 Likes #16
luvsadealdealdeal
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

your comment is obviously extremely incorrect - most tvs do NOT have freeview included


​Don't feed the troll!
1 Like #17
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

You wouldnt, but Sky can add 100+ channels to the marketing on the box.
#18
Thanks OP. Wanted a new box for ages. I'll bite at this price.
#19
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
1 Like #20
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
this box allows pause and rewind
1 Like #21
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

not all tv's have freeview HD though, this will greatly improve my old LG :)
#22
markalanious
Can you put kodi on these still?
You can not.
#23
I bought one for £40 about a month ago, it is great. Pause and rewind on freeview, has iPlayer etc and is more reliable than my Chromecast.
banned 16 Likes #24
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.
#25
paulj48
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
this box allows pause and rewind
Ok so more than just freeview but I will not need to upgrade my black nowtv box then as I have a Humax that does all that - so happy with my £19.95 box and 6 month pass!
5 Likes #26
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.

If you're using this method, I would smother it in syrup first (ensures better contact with the Microwave casing)
3 Likes #27
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.

Ok, done ! Thanks..worked a treat
1 Like #28
Thanks very much. 5 month entertainment pack bought.
#29
Jaybeam
paulj48
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
this box allows pause and rewind
Ok so more than just freeview but I will not need to upgrade my black nowtv box then as I have a Humax that does all that - so happy with my £19.95 box and 6 month pass!


​Im pretty sure that this one outputs at a higher resolution than the older boxes too.
4 Likes #30
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.
I've broken mine I think doing this, however to be fair I didn't follow it to the letter - I was so excited I couldn't wait for 12-15 minutes in the fridge bit so put it in my freezer for 5 minutes, however now trying to watch Sky Movies the pictures frozen? Any suggestions?
#31
dannyjones106
Jaybeam
paulj48
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
this box allows pause and rewind
Ok so more than just freeview but I will not need to upgrade my black nowtv box then as I have a Humax that does all that - so happy with my £19.95 box and 6 month pass!
​Im pretty sure that this one outputs at a higher resolution than the older boxes too.

The 2nd gen (black box) supports 1080p (I installed plex on it to playback HD movies form my NAS) - this latest box doesn't output a higher resolution AFAIK
#32
Paper.Lawyer
dannyjones106
Jaybeam
paulj48
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
this box allows pause and rewind
Ok so more than just freeview but I will not need to upgrade my black nowtv box then as I have a Humax that does all that - so happy with my £19.95 box and 6 month pass!
​Im pretty sure that this one outputs at a higher resolution than the older boxes too.
The 2nd gen (black box) supports 1080p (I installed plex on it to playback HD movies form my NAS) - this latest box doesn't output a higher resolution AFAIK
Yes I agree the 720p is limited by sky with nowtv rather than the box.
1 Like #33
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?

The TV I use one of these on has Freesat HD but only SD on Freeview. So I use this box to get Freeview HD.
1 Like #34
0dd8a11
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.
I've broken mine I think doing this, however to be fair I didn't follow it to the letter - I was so excited I couldn't wait for 12-15 minutes in the fridge bit so put it in my freezer for 5 minutes, however now trying to watch Sky Movies the pictures frozen? Any suggestions?
Yeah, I would like to suggest this may not work for everyone, but in my impatience I attempted to use Liquid Nitrogen and now I can only use catch up services.
1 Like #35
anthonyduffy526
0dd8a11
Fussball
WillRob88
Just a shame that NowTV doesn't have Netflix installed. Anyone know a way to install it?
It is a bit of a faff but you need to put it on top of microwave while it's on for 8 minutes (800w) then straight in the fridge for 12-15 mins to get around the encryption.
After that you can install whatever you want.
I've broken mine I think doing this, however to be fair I didn't follow it to the letter - I was so excited I couldn't wait for 12-15 minutes in the fridge bit so put it in my freezer for 5 minutes, however now trying to watch Sky Movies the pictures frozen? Any suggestions?
Yeah, I would like to suggest this may not work for everyone, but in my impatience I attempted to use Liquid Nitrogen and now I can only use catch up services.
Try covering it in tomato sauce?
#36
Jaybeam
So i bought the previous box a couple of months ago for £19.95 with six months entertainment pass and it works great by the way, so the only difference is freeview is that correct? I wouldn't want to get rid of my tv aerial in case the broadband dropped out so how is this a good deal?
Does it require an aerial to watch freeview through now tv or does it work without an aerial via the internet?
#37
Reooow
Jaybeam
So i bought the previous box a couple of months ago for £19.95 with six months entertainment pass and it works great by the way, so the only difference is freeview is that correct? I wouldn't want to get rid of my tv aerial in case the broadband dropped out so how is this a good deal?
Does it require an aerial to watch freeview through now tv or does it work without an aerial via the internet?

It needs an aerial.
#38
You can't put Kodi on but you can use it for Plex. Message me if you want me to recommend a good one.
#39
these are ****. get a fire tv box
2 Likes #40
luvsadealdealdeal
Jaybeam
Why would you need freeview most if not all TVs have this included?
your comment is obviously extremely incorrect - most tvs do NOT have freeview included
OH YES THEY DO!!

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