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NOW £736.24 WITH VOUCHER CODE 5INTEGRATE

this is for the new g15 model not the g10....
it includes viera cast which has internet capabilities

cheaper than all other place i can see...

this is an online deal only so I dont know if John Lewis would price match it.

Also available in dixons, pcworld online
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#1
In a word, no, if the deal isn't available instore, John Lewis won't offer you a price match unfortunately.

I don't know if this could possibly be of any use:

http://www.cramptonandmoore.co.uk/txp42g15b-5-year-warranty-i612363.html?gclid=CMW46vqBkp8CFcE33godXBZBMw
#2
I want one!!!!
But I won't be getting rid of my current Panasonic.
#3
im glad i sold my rbs shares for 37p today lol...
is a warranty really necessary?? do new tvs die within 5 years?!!
#4
dmaster2000
im glad i sold my rbs shares for 37p today lol...
is a warranty really necessary?? do new tvs die within 5 years?!!


I bought my Sharp CRT 5 years ago and have used the warranty a few times so I'd say they are worth it - especially from places like JL and M&S who offer them for free.

Currys and Comet tend to be a bit more expensive unfortunately although Richer Sounds do theirs for 10% of the TV purchase price.
#5
dmaster2000
im glad i sold my rbs shares for 37p today lol...
is a warranty really necessary?? do new tvs die within 5 years?!!


The TV doesn't have to 'die' it can go the way of my 3 year old 37 inch Samsung which has image retention which is very annoying because it happened after the 12 month warranty expired so any TV that has a 5 year warranty is a great deal if you considering buying one.
#6
zezlez
The TV doesn't have to 'die' it can go the way of my 3 year old 37 inch Samsung which has image retention which is very annoying because it happened after the 12 month warranty expired so any TV that has a 5 year warranty is a great deal if you considering buying one.


ah man... now i have to wait to get a good deal with a 5 year guarantee
#7
No you don't:

See Sale of Goods Act 1979

You may have to argue a bit and therefore an extended warranty may give you more piece of mind, although your legal rights are that a tv should work for at least 4/5 years.
#8
_Gilly_
No you don't:

See Sale of Goods Act 1979

You may have to argue a bit and therefore an extended warranty may give you more piece of mind, although your legal rights are that a tv should work for at least 4/5 years.


If you don't want the hassle of worrying about the Sale of Goods Act and can get a 5 year warranty for the same price as a standard model you'll be laughing.
#9
hi guys!! PRICE UPDATED!!!
#10
_Gilly_
No you don't:

See Sale of Goods Act 1979

You may have to argue a bit and therefore an extended warranty may give you more piece of mind, although your legal rights are that a tv should work for at least 4/5 years.


My TV was purchased from Amazon and its a bit difficult to argue by email and even by phone as the only advice I got was to be referred to Samsung and they didnt want to know.

Take it from me if you are comparing TV's and they are of a similar spec and you are still unsure about a particular TV and one of them comes with a 5 year warranty then no contest, less hassle and less expensive in the long run.
#11
zezlez
My TV was purchased from Amazon and its a bit difficult to argue by email and even by phone as the only advice I got was to be referred to Samsung and they didnt want to know.


Depends how heavy you get with them. Again, not saying it's easy but these large companies are not above the law - just depends whether you know your rights and stand firm.

zezlez
Take it from me if you are comparing TV's and they are of a similar spec and you are still unsure about a particular TV and one of them comes with a 5 year warranty then no contest, less hassle and less expensive in the long run.


If they're both the same price of course you'd go for the one with the warranty. I'm just saying that if your TV breaks within 4/5 years and you don't have an extended warranty - all is not lost. I haven't paid for an extended warranty on any household appliance and have successfully obtained refunds/replacements when faulty.
#12
I am sure Richersounds will not only price match £736.24, will also discount it by another £10 (according to their policy) making it £726.24 and get their 5 year warranty for £72.62 making it £798.86.

Also, Richersound's 5 year warranty is more comprehensive than other free 5 year warranties. Also, you can try to negotiate on 5 year warranty or if you are planning to buy any other goods from them. I personally got a very good deal from them when i bought a telly + sound system. I hope it helps someone.
#13
Aarav
I am sure Richersounds will not only price match £736.24, will also discount it by another £10 (according to their policy) making it £726.24 and get their 5 year warranty for £72.62 making it £798.86.

Also, Richersound's 5 year warranty is more comprehensive than other free 5 year warranties. Also, you can try to negotiate on 5 year warranty or if you are planning to buy any other goods from them. I personally got a very good deal from them when i bought a telly + sound system. I hope it helps someone.


Not sure if they'll match the voucher price, correct me if I'm wrong! If they do then :thumbsup:

I would agree that Richer Sounds warranty is very good but at best I would say they are on a par with the likes of the warranties offered by John Lewis and Marks and Spencer. I would certainly look to get as long a warranty on any LCD or Plasma instead of a standard warranty. If anything goes wrong, its a lot less of a headache having to quote chapter and verse and the retailer/manufacturer to try getting a refund/repair/exchange once the standard warranty has expired.
#14
M&S have the Panasonic 42'' TX-P42G10 Full HD Plasma TV with freesat HD for £669.99 with free 5yr warranty, is this a good deal?
#15
shopaholic21
M&S have the Panasonic 42'' TX-P42G10 Full HD Plasma TV with freesat HD for £669.99 with free 5yr warranty, is this a good deal?



Yes thats a good deal in my opinion.. the G15 as listed here shares the same screen technology as the G10 but offers Vieracast(internet access of a kind) a slimmer chassis and the ability for DIVX + one or two other minor features


http://www.panasonic.co.uk/html/en_GB/287749/module/general/compare/products/displayResult.html?p=TX-P42G15&p=TX-P42G10

Guess you'd have to ask yourself the question if the extra £'s were justified for you/your family for the G15..?
#16
that currys code 5INTEGRATE isn't working for me ;-(


--edit-- SNOW5 works to give me 5% off
#17
Woo! I just ordered one and cancelled the order I placed an hour ago at M&S for the 42" G10 - I've been dithering over a new TV for a little while (considered the sony 40w5810, the samsung 40b650 and ue40b7020, the panny 42g10 and 42g15, etc etc). I cancelled my order with M&S for the 42" G10, I figured the g15 was a better TV by a modest margin.

I finally went for it because I read in the reports from CES2010 what Panasonic's new TVs will do - basically they are adding a webcam so it can do Skype, and another USB port for wifi dongle. And the 3D TVs are going to be the high-end range only, v expensive and only in 50" and up.

Now, I can't wait!!!
#18
Anyone know of a good deal on the 46" G15 please?

Many thanks
#19
_Gilly_
Anyone know of a good deal on the 46" G15 please?

Many thanks


I think you'll see a lot of discounting of panasonic plasmas over the next few weeks as the new models (G20 and G25) come into production and retailers clear stock... but you'll have to be decisive and be ready.

I find it odd that this deal hasn't been marked boiling hot - this was an £1100++ tv only a year ago!
http://www.google.co.uk/products?q=tx-p42g15
it's still £800 to 1000 elsewhere. :w00t:
#20
zezlez
My TV was purchased from Amazon and its a bit difficult to argue by email and even by phone as the only advice I got was to be referred to Samsung and they didnt want to know.

Take it from me if you are comparing TV's and they are of a similar spec and you are still unsure about a particular TV and one of them comes with a 5 year warranty then no contest, less hassle and less expensive in the long run.

Just say you spoke to Samsung and they said to talk to you. They usually sort me out even out of the normal warranty.
#21
I have just also cancelled my G10 order from M&S and gone for this deal - I think I can live without the extended warranty as Panny are good Mfr anyway and the G15 just edges it over the G10 so hell why not spend the extra and go for it- the reduction by 5% has swung the deal for me :)
#22
Adamo
Just say you spoke to Samsung and they said to talk to you. They usually sort me out even out of the normal warranty.


I had a phone call yestarday from Amazon after I emailed them saying just that but Amazon are standing firm and dont want to know so I asked them to confirm their refusal to help by email so I could I could let Samsung see it and I am now awaiting a response from Samsung.

This is part of the email reply from Amazon

Given our obligations to you under the Sale of Goods Act and, taking into consideration that you have used this product, without experiencing problems, for a substantial period of time we will not be offering you a repair, full refund or replacement.

We recommend that you consult the manufacturer. In many cases we have found that common faults have been recognised by the manufacturer, and that they are able to offer quick solutions or an out of warranty repair service.

Thanks for the advice any help is useful.
#23
_Gilly_
Anyone know of a good deal on the 46" G15 please?

Many thanks



http://www.shopatpanasonic-leicester.co.uk/productdetail.asp

£10 cheaper than amazon, with a 5 year panasonic warranty.... this is local to me not sure how close to you, but maybe a Panasonic store local to you could price match?

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