Panasonic Viera TX-P50G10B Plasma HD 1080p Digital TV, 50 Inch with Built-in freesat @Very - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic Viera TX-P50G10B Plasma HD 1080p Digital TV, 50 Inch with Built-in freesat @Very £749.00

£749.00 @ Very
Cheapest I've seen anywhere. Plus theres £10 off for new customers and £70 Quidco Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
Amazing price, even cheaper than richer sound (which have been sold out of is TV in the Scotland store for a wee while now)

Good find OP
#2
This product is out of stock. Remove it from your basket to continue with your order.
#3
this was out of stock yesterday. it shows as available until you try to checkout
#4
I ordered one late last night as it was showing as in stock again, haven't heard anything since, so who knows? It is Littlewoods after all.
#5
VDisillusioned;7161901
I ordered one late last night as it was showing as in stock again, haven't heard anything since, so who knows? It is Littlewoods after all.

was instock about 10 mins ago , im annoyed as i checked out and put my vocher code in got it for £636 but forgot quidco so i went to do it all again and now its out of stock again ;(
#6
A-n-d-y
was instock about 10 mins ago , im annoyed as i checked out and put my vocher code in got it for £636 but forgot quidco so i went to do it all again and now its out of stock again ;(


I suppose it may be that sets are becoming available as some orders would be cancelled for whatever reason. So it might be worth keeping an eye out in case it becomes available again.

If it actually turns up, for me, it would be the bargain of the year.
#7
VDisillusioned;7162403
I suppose it may be that sets are becoming available as some orders would be cancelled for whatever reason. So it might be worth keeping an eye out in case it becomes available again.

If it actually turns up, for me, it would be the bargain of the year.

Thanks , done that and today it came back instock i ordered , but it says awaiting stock , delivery date is 7 jan , whats your delivery date?
#8
I have also been given an original/expected delivery date as 07/01/2009. "Awaiting Stock"

Fingers crossed been wanting this TV for ages, however been in this situation before with a different item and the order was finally cancelled :x

A_n_d_y : Which voucher code did you use to get it at that price, best I could do was a 10% code getting it for £680.05??
#9
Just read an allegation on AVforums that the Very TVs are "graded" stock. So I suggest that when the box arrives we check that they are brand new and sealed. It could be also that the sets are customer returns that have been refurbished by Panasonic, but refurbished does not mean brand new and they should not be sold as such. The product page and order confirmation makes no suggestion that the sets are not brand new so it would be unlawful for Very to be sending us anything else.
#10
VDisillusioned;7186021
Just read an allegation on AVforums that the Very TVs are "graded" stock. So I suggest that when the box arrives we check that they are brand new and sealed. It could be also that the sets are customer returns that have been refurbished by Panasonic, but refurbished does not mean brand new and they should not be sold as such. The product page and order confirmation makes no suggestion that the sets are not brand new so it would be unlawful for Very to be sending us anything else.

Well how would someone on AVforums know?

Its a matter for Trading standards if Very did infact send us used or refurbished goods.

I always check high value products with a fine tooth comb so if it shows any signs of use then i will not be happy.
#11
A-n-d-y
Well how would someone on AVforums know?



Allegedly the information was given to an independent Panasonic dealer by Panasonic themselves. Perhaps in response to an enquiry as to why Very could sell sets at less then the cost price to the independents.

Who knows the truth, except Very and Panasonic, but it might be an idea to ask Very to confirm that the TVs are not actually graded. If they are graded then to knowingly sell them as new is an offence under the trade descriptions act and if prosecuted Very would be in line for a substantial fine, not to mention the effect of the bad publicity, are you reading this Very? ;-)

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