Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV with Built-In WiFi and Freeview HD £399 @ Tesco direct - free c&c - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K Ultra HD 48 Inch LED TV with Built-In WiFi and Freeview HD £399.00 @ Tesco direct - free c&c

£399.00 @ Tesco Direct
Use code TDX-GNKF to get £20 off. Great brand and 4k smart TV under 400 quid.
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Great brand and 4k smart TV under 400 quid.
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1 Like #1
Not voting this cold but you're basically paying a premium for badge. Coop had the exact same TV with a Digihome brand on it for £379 a couple of days ago and that was for a 55 inch.
1 Like #2
According to various sources, none that I know are official, this is a vestel panel from Turkey. Again there are no facts or figures that this is a negative point for the TV but everyone seems to slate the 400B.
1 Like #3
Picked this up for £319 2 weeks ago from Local Currys (open box) great TV.
3 Likes #4
I can confirm having done a lot of research that, as others have said, this is a Panasonic in name-only.

Has been posted before at £300 as a "Celcus" at Sainsburys. 55" version posted very recently as a "Digihome".

Reports are mixed! Some people angrily stating that of course it is rubbish with no supporting evidence, others posting detailed info as to why they are rubbish / break easily / have innate problems, but then there are the others who say they are fantastic and good value.

The classic product with lots of 4 and 5 star reviews... But also lots of 1 and 2 star reviews.

In any case, certainly our local Sainsburys still has this exact model in stock - but branded "Celcus" - for £300. It was also around at £279 as a "Digihome" recently.

Please do do your own research though. Oh Accrington Stanley just scored in the 30th minute of extra time!
#5
I had this TV and sent it back as it was ****, the viewing angles are awful and the TV couldn't handle motion tidily
2 Likes #6
Bought the cx680 model instead. Much better
#7
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
#8
Celsius? Who are they?
#9
I bought this tv from argos clearance store @ £249.99, i ended up having 4 replacements buzzing from the back of tv, screen not working, menu not working, i now know why in the store they had pallets full, defo only a panasonic badge but made cheap
#10
I have the 42" version of this which i purchased a few months ago with 3d tv also.....the only negative thing i can tell you about this tv is the fact that panasonics interactive online apps and layout is terrible - it has limiter apps including netflix but has no amazon for example if you want to watch prime tv from there and no bbc iplayer or any other channel player actually....so not what i was expecting -on everything else i cant fault it!
#11
How is the warranty on this?
#12
I have this model and even if it's so called Panasonic in name only I've had no trouble it was an ex display in argos wxm can't fault it heat from me :D
1 Like #13
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.

The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.
#14
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
Did you read the posts above?
#15
freakstyler
Not voting this cold but you're basically paying a premium for badge. Coop had the exact same TV with a Digihome brand on it for £379 a couple of days ago and that was for a 55 inch.


A 55inch would not therefore be 'exactly the same'
#16
Expensive.
#17
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
Do you live in Loughborough? :-)
#18
mrew42
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
Did you read the posts above?
With two little leaves on your green badge you should know better! You've bitten! :-)
#19
OBH6UK
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.

The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.


​As I said even so I find it a great buy
#20
OBH6UK
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.
It is made by Panasonic.
#21
Martini
mrew42
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
Did you read the posts above?
With two little leaves on your green badge you should know better! You've bitten! :-)
:)
Sometimes I just cave...
#22
sJohnson23
Celsius? Who are they?
i got a 42 inch 3d one from sainsburys i think its there own brand it was rubbish upgraded it within 12 mth

Edited By: scousetomo on Aug 25, 2016 14:34
#23
Cameron92
OBH6UK
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.
It is made by Panasonic.

Is it? Believe it if you wish.
#24
It's vestel, plug a pc into it and it tells you. This tv also supports active 3d...which works pretty well.

Edited By: jldevoy on Aug 25, 2016 16:02
#25
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.

...Which coincidentally are other Vestel brand names... TVs would be identical to this one... I guess your quote is tongue-in-cheek?!!
#26
sJohnson23
Celsius? Who are they?

Celcus = brand name under which Vestel TVs are sold mainly in Sainsbury's. Same as Technika in Tesco, Bush at Argos etc. etc. when it comes to large-screen TVs.
#27
cartzuk
freakstyler
Not voting this cold but you're basically paying a premium for badge. Coop had the exact same TV with a Digihome brand on it for £379 a couple of days ago and that was for a 55 inch.

A 55inch would not therefore be 'exactly the same'

I think the poster's message conveys this clearly - the 55" model of this TV. You can understand that?
#28
Cameron92
OBH6UK
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.
It is made by Panasonic.
Now I know you are joking!!! :)
#29
Although I own 1 of these and take all bad reviews in mind I find it great viewing for all aspects be it soaps, films on a kodi device even better 4k from Netflix and sport I take that price is the issue and in that case my budget led me but an alternative is the hisense model which is £329.99 at argos at the min I think and they seem to have great reviews also not lucky enough budget wise for a higher end model with the same spec
#30
I have done a bit of research and whilst it looks like the digihome, I think this is 100hz whereas the digihome is 50hz?
#31
Cameron92
OBH6UK
Cameron92
Good price for Panasonic. Better to pay a bit extra than settle for Blaupunkt, Bush, Seiki or similar.
The only thing Panasonic about it is the badge.
It is made by Panasonic.
the badge is made by Panasonic?

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