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now tv SMART box with 5 months entertainment £30.00 @ Asda instore (Galashiels)

£30.00 @ George (Asda George)
Saw this in Asda gala just now. Too many hills around me so don't get free view but may help someone **instore deal - See link for product info only Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Saw this in Asda gala just now. Too many hills around me so don't get free view but may help someone

**instore deal - See link for product info only
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£19 in Tesco
#2
This is the smart box
#3
Tesco one isn't the smart version so doesn't have the tv tuner
#4
£34.99 in argos for the 5month package
#5
great price with 5 months pass cheapest seen except JL glitch heat OP
#6
Oops sorry OP, dyslexic finger iced instead of heated
#7
Great price, have some heat!
#8
Justmeeee
£34.99 in argos for the 5month package

You also get a Sports Day Pass with the £34.99 Argos package (worth £6.99)
#9
Smart version with 6 months entertainers or 2 months movies in sainsburys yesterday for £25. Also had the non smart version for £12.50 with 3 months ent
#10
I recently bought one of these and I have to say I am disappointed - for ordinary TV, its not great. On freeview HD the channels start with 101. The remote has no number buttons so you have to scroll through all channels to get to the HD ones, then when you try to change channel via the guide it defaults back to No 1 so you have to scroll all through them again. Either poor design or a certain 'design' feature to scupper regular TV viewing.

Cheap enough though if you haven't got a freeview HD TV.

Patrick
#11
djjonze
Smart version with 6 months entertainers or 2 months movies in sainsburys yesterday for £25. Also had the non smart version for £12.50 with 3 months ent

A bargain, they only had the non smart version for £12.50 with 3 months ent pass in my local store.
#12
bitm2007
djjonze
Smart version with 6 months entertainers or 2 months movies in sainsburys yesterday for £25. Also had the non smart version for £12.50 with 3 months ent

A bargain, they only had the non smart version for £12.50 with 3 months ent pass in my local store.


Yes I thought that, all the £12.50 ones were on a separate promo stand near the front but I found the £25 smart boxes by the tech stuff, just on a standard mark down not that obvious though.
#13
Imo these smart boxes are worth it for the live tv pause and rewind
function alone. I picked one of these up and it is an improvement on my old standard black box. Might be my imagination but the sound seems better as well. For £30 with the pass this is hot for me.
#14
pgnl
I recently bought one of these and I have to say I am disappointed - for ordinary TV, its not great. On freeview HD the channels start with 101. The remote has no number buttons so you have to scroll through all channels to get to the HD ones, then when you try to change channel via the guide it defaults back to No 1 so you have to scroll all through them again. Either poor design or a certain 'design' feature to scupper regular TV viewing.

Cheap enough though if you haven't got a freeview HD TV.

Patrick



Press left when in live TV and the channels appear to the left of the screen, use ffw rrw buttons to jump a page at a time.

Easy when you know how....
#15
Great price OP - the only ones in (one of my locals Leckwith, Cardiff) were the regular black NOW TV boxes with 3 months entertainment or 2 months Sky Movies etc..reduced from £25 to £15. HOT from me.
#16
brookysm
pgnl
I recently bought one of these and I have to say I am disappointed - for ordinary TV, its not great. On freeview HD the channels start with 101. The remote has no number buttons so you have to scroll through all channels to get to the HD ones, then when you try to change channel via the guide it defaults back to No 1 so you have to scroll all through them again. Either poor design or a certain 'design' feature to scupper regular TV viewing.
Cheap enough though if you haven't got a freeview HD TV.
Patrick
Press left when in live TV and the channels appear to the left of the screen, use ffw rrw buttons to jump a page at a time.
Easy when you know how....

But not as easy as pressing - 'one zero one' for BBC One HD and why does it default back? Feels deliberate to me..

Patrick

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