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Panache P26LZ53HID 26" LCD - 2x HDMI, HD Ready, Built in Freeview £150.00 @ Asda

£150.00 @ George (Asda George)
Saw this in Asda Cwmbran yesterday opposite all the Wii games and accessorys - they had about 10 left. No details of this model online at all..... however this is a cracking price for someone thats…
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Saw this in Asda Cwmbran yesterday opposite all the Wii games and accessorys - they had about 10 left.

No details of this model online at all..... however this is a cracking price for someone thats not bothered about all the bells and whistles.

Appears to be the same model as this :

http://www.beko.co.uk/ProductDetails-171-LCD-Televisions-26WLZ530HID.aspx (image file added but its not known if its exactly the same)

Only difference in the model number is one "0"
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#1
Surely it is only a "cracking price" if it is any good? It could be on sale at £10, but if it it useless, then it is not a good deal.

Ps not voted either way, as no knowledge of this brand.
#2
£150 for a 26" set is a good price. I'm not sure its one you necessarily want to put in the corner of your living room, but for the bedroom/console gaming/kitchen it'd be ideal.

Haven't seen any in Asda Pentwyn.... sorely tempting though.
#3
From doing a google on Panache, it appears to be a Beko partner/sister company.

Picture of said deal :

http://rlucas.adsl24.co.uk/IMAGE_023.jpg

To gbpublishing - whats the point in making that kind of pointless comment? Why would Asda be able to sell something that's useless that someone would take straight back?
#4
£150 for a 26" telly is a cracking price. Whether you or I want it for that price based on its specification is different I think. It's hardly going to be useless, its a 26" LCD HD ready telly.
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It would appear that this is the same model as this:

http://www.beko.co.uk/ProductDetails-171-LCD-Televisions-26WLZ530HID.aspx
#6
Don't think you can go wrong with that price tbh.
#7
Nailz
It would appear that this is the same model as this:

http://www.beko.co.uk/ProductDetails-171-LCD-Televisions-26WLZ530HID.aspx


Great price, don't like the look of it though!
#8
very cheap but what does it look like, bit worrying they dont even show a pic of their telly on the outside box.
#9
Doesn't really suit me either to be honest.... however is still a good one for kids bedrooms/playrooms and people who own B&B's ect......
#10
£150 is a cracking price for a 26" lcd tv. Cracking for the likes of a bedroom.
Have some rep.
#11
I must admit that I'd sooner pay a bit more if it means getting a better telly, but who says this one's bobbins?!? It may well turn out to be more than passable in which case a hot deal just gets hotter!
#12
I'd love to hear from someone who takes the plunge by the way! :thumbsup:
#14
i think i saw this for £200, it looked really similar to the grundig one I bought as the remote control looked the same... If it is then the picture quality is pretty good and recommended.....
#15
Adam2050
Don't think you can go wrong with that price tbh.


You'd be amazed. I looked at a lot of cheap 26" the other week when I wanted one for the bedroom - some of the things are *really* terrible - awful picture quality and incredibly tacky looking. I wasn't after anything special, just something cheap and cheerful, but the cheap options in Mr Ts, Currys etc were just nasty.

I'd certainly want to see one of these "in the flesh" before giving heat :)
#16
Nailz
Doesn't really suit me either to be honest.... however is still a good one for kids bedrooms/playrooms and people who own B&B's ect......


Kids bedroom !!!! what kid has a 26 inch lcd tv in their room ? now your going to tell me loads have :p mine both have portable tv's :thumbsup: 26 inch my **** !
#17
Aren't these all made in Turkey by Vestel? I've had a 15" Beko LCD TV for a few years now and its great. I also saw the exact same model rebadged as Toshiba. Of course this is a different model so may not be as reliable\good quality. £150 for a no brand 26" is good though ..... Argos had\have an Acoustic Solns 26" for £200 recently.

Panache is crap name though ;-)
#18
Had a beko tv years ago and it was not bad at all. Finding an asda that does anything other than it's own brand stuff could be difficult. Anyone know which stores are applicable?
#20
gbpublishing
Surely it is only a "cracking price" if it is any good? It could be on sale at £10, but if it it useless, then it is not a good deal.

Ps not voted either way, as no knowledge of this brand.


why bother posting useless drivel?
#21
Come on someone out there - buy one and let the rest of us know if it's any good!!!:-D
#22
While I agree that the comment about if it is useless is all well and good as to be honest there are a lot of pap products out there, but this isn't a sony bravia tv reduced by 10% or the like it is a 26inch no name TV for about half the cost of a branded set. Even if it turns out to be sub par you really can't complain as you barely paid anything for it.

Hot from me. Well worth it even if the TV isnt the best.
#23
can it be used as a pc monitor i wonder???

and

does it have picture in picture feature?
#24
720p or 1080p?
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hi guys, this is exactly the same set as this one posted here, except says Panache instead of Grundig:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/405215/grundig-26in-gu26blk2-hd-ready-digi/

And my post shows actual photos of the unit here that I took when I had the tv with me:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/405215/grundig-26in-gu26blk2-hd-ready-digi/showpost.php?p=5374541&postcount=25

I bought this for the spare room as £150 is a bargain, got it up and running, everything is fine with it so far and hope that helps you guys..... Oh yeh the software looks the same, menus are the same, soundbar at the bottom the same, remote the same, made in turkey the same, same connections, etc, etc, etc.....
#27

Not the best argument...

welshblob;5580833
At twice the price?

Case rested!
#28
twe
hi guys, this is exactly the same set as this one posted here, except says Panache instead of Grundig:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/405215/grundig-26in-gu26blk2-hd-ready-digi/

And my post shows actual photos of the unit here that I took when I had the tv with me:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/405215/grundig-26in-gu26blk2-hd-ready-digi/showpost.php?p=5374541&postcount=25

I bought this for the spare room as £150 is a bargain, got it up and running, everything is fine with it so far and hope that helps you guys..... Oh yeh the software looks the same, menus are the same, soundbar at the bottom the same, remote the same, made in turkey the same, same connections, etc, etc, etc.....


Thanks you're a star!!! :thumbsup:
#29
no worries, these were selling for £230 in Asda before, I noticed it when I went to pick up my Samsung t240hd from there as I replied at the end of that thread..... When I went today they were not on display but in storage so you guys should ask....
The sales assistant said that these were the only Panache models they had at this size, maybe the other ones [19"] are on offer as well? Someone could find that out I suppose....

Oh the only differences I have seen so far between this and the Grundig is that the box/packaging seems smaller and instead of a blue power light there is a white one that is pretty bright.... Thats it so far....
#30
My Dad had a panache 26" tv he bought from somerfield , it lasted 18 months and cost £380 when he got it. Backlight went on it unable to repair - damaged inverter board or internal Backlight tubes . Repair uneconomical.

Just a word of warning , also picture quality was poor , almost like watching VHS video tapes on it .

But if u want something cheap up to you but not for me.
#31
just called several stores and there's no stock around cardiff...
#32
KEVIN6BZ
My Dad had a panache 26" tv he bought from somerfield , it lasted 18 months and cost £380 when he got it. Backlight went on it unable to repair - damaged inverter board or internal Backlight tubes . Repair uneconomical.

Just a word of warning , also picture quality was poor , almost like watching VHS video tapes on it .

But if u want something cheap up to you but not for me.


The fact that you are saying the picture quality was poor basically means you have no clue in what this particular set puts out, even with the photos from a previous post, so what exactly was the point in saying that :?
#33
richp;5578806
Kids bedroom !!!! what kid has a 26 inch lcd tv in their room ? now your going to tell me loads have :p mine both have portable tv's :thumbsup: 26 inch my **** !



BEDROOM?! next you'll be saying they have a mattress too - what's wrong with bare earth...kids these days are spoilt something rotten
#34
tsukasai
just called several stores and there's no stock around cardiff...


same, none round the Middlesborough area. Shame as I'd have bought one..
#35
I got the last one in South Hampshire (it was the display model that I persuaded them to sell after they phoned around the county and found no stock)
I have adjusted all the garish colours to a more natural setting, and the picture quality is fine.
but it does crop about 2 inches off the sides in Freeview mode :-(
You can remove overscan when using HDMI, but not from the inbuilt Freeview.
I can live with it though.. since it is only for a second TV (alongside 42" Panasonic plasma).

has anyone found an advanced menu?
#36
have you pressed the 16:9 button on the remote? [i think thats what it is called, near the top left] - Other options include 14:9, 4:3, etc...
#37
ThunderBolt
Not the best argument...


Case rested!


2000:1 contrast ratio

Compared With

30000:1 contrast ratio

The Toshiba can be compared to the Sony KDL26V4000 which is about £400. And it is a bit more than twice as good as this Panache cr4p. Did they name it after a cheap perfume because it stinks?
#38
Just picked one up from the Watford store.
They had 7 left in stock!!!
#39
revelations
Just picked one up from the Watford store.
They had 7 left in stock!!!


so jealous ... :x
#40
twe;5585051
have you pressed the 16:9 button on the remote? [i think thats what it is called, near the top left] - Other options include 14:9, 4:3, etc...


I guess this was meant for me....
yes - it is the same in all modes.
16x9, 14x9, 4x3 all have the aspect ratio slightly wrong - everything is about 5% wider than it should be. I only watch in the OAR (original aspect ratio)... not stretched or "panaromic"
eg: The EPG from my Foxsat HDR gets the right most character chopped off in all modes (except via HDMI). I do not intend to use this TV with the HDR, but this shows the problem.
Not a show stopper, but it would be nice to be able to adjust it.
(My plasma has adjustable overscan in all modes, and I have it setup so I see maximum picture , and there is about 1.5 inch border on the HDR EPG)

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