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Philips 42'' 1080p Full HD LCD TV with 5 year guarantee £485.18 @ M&S

£485.18 @ Marks & Spencer
Was £799 (allegedly) - showing as £649 on the website, but when you go to the FINAL STAGE of the checkout process it drops to £485.18 A bit too large for my own modest taste (and pocket), but it mi… Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
Was £799 (allegedly) - showing as £649 on the website, but when you go to the FINAL STAGE of the checkout process it drops to £485.18

A bit too large for my own modest taste (and pocket), but it might be worth considering if you're looking for a large 1080p TV with a 5 year guarantee from a reputable company.

Display: LCD Full HD W-UXGA Act. matrix, 1920 x 1080p
Brightness: 500 cd/m²
Viewing angle: 178º
Dynamic contrast: 50000:1
Conectivity: Includes 3 HDMI inputs, PC input (plus sound), 2 scarts etc.
Freeview: Yes

FREE 5 Year M&S Guarantee with this product - No forms necessary - Just keep your receipt.

Remember to go to the FINAL STAGE of the checkout process for the price to drop to £485.18
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#1
Yeah, looks lot it is doubling the £150 discount, works for me. Good deal.
#2
£539.99 at ebuyer (next cheapest on a quick Froogle search) so good price for that particular product, especially with 5 year guarantee.
#3
Great price for a general 42", but not for those wanting a home cinema set up. Still a hot deal.
Copy of price discounts on final page (you can still cancel after putting in card details) to see final price.

Order Summary
Items: £649.00
Delivery charges: £0.00
TAKE VAT: -£13.82
Philips Promo: -£150.00

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Order Total: £485.18
#4
The £150 discount is not a glitch - it's intended as the page says in the green box "Get £150 off when you buy a selected Philips TV. Discount applies at checkout. Offer valid from 01.10.09. Subject to availability. Here's how (restrictions apply). "

As the order summary states, this is the Phillips Promo Offer that M&S are running. Voted Hot nevertheless if you'looking for a budget set. See a review at http://www.digitalversus.com/article-364-5205-53.html
#5
cyanide69
The £150 discount is not a glitch - it's intended as the page says in the green box "Get £150 off when you buy a selected Philips TV. Discount applies at checkout. Offer valid from 01.10.09. Subject to availability. Here's how (restrictions apply). "

As the order summary states, this is the Phillips Promo Offer that M&S are running. Voted Hot nevertheless if you'looking for a budget set. See a review at http://www.digitalversus.com/article-364-5205-53.html


That's right. I never believed it to be a glitch either - just an OK price for an OK telly with a 5 year guarantee.
#6
do marks pay quidco 5% on these?
1 Like #7
It's not a tv, it's a piece of art.
Now I feel little sorry i went for the 40' sony Argos deal some weeks ago, sony is so ugly, and Philips looks simply stunning and the price is unbelievably hot
they also have 100Hz set 42PFL7404 which should be under £700 after discount.
1 Like #8
madrugada;6828599
That's right. I never believed it to be a glitch either - just an OK price for an OK telly with a 5 year guarantee.

I disagree - it's a very good price on an OK telly. (Not a TV that I would buy myself, but if you are after this particular TV then it's a very good price)
For comparison richersounds have it at £599 (plus an extra £60 if you want a 5 year guarantee). That makes it £175 cheaper at M&S for the same thing, with possibly Quidco/other cashbacks on top saving you more too.
And it's at least £55 cheaper as far as I can see than anywhere else (ebuyer) with/without the 5 year guarantee
#9
cyanide69
The £150 discount is not a glitch - it's intended as the page says in the green box "Get £150 off when you buy a selected Philips TV. Discount applies at checkout. Offer valid from 01.10.09. Subject to availability. Here's how (restrictions apply). "

As the order summary states, this is the Phillips Promo Offer that M&S are running. Voted Hot nevertheless if you'looking for a budget set. See a review at http://www.digitalversus.com/article-364-5205-53.html


terrible review really-ghosting and not a sharp image-hardly what you are looking for in a tv. how someone else moans about the sony then is beyond me. it's what is under the bonnet that counts, isn't it?. get a nice picture to put on the wall instead vitek (post 8)!
#10
I bought the Philips 42PFL7404 on friday for £580.96 after all the discounts. On Friday 6th Nov they were offering the £150 Philips discount + £100 off from M&S for their one day only deal of the day. Then it took the VAT off too. Gets delivered on the 24th. Plus 5 year free warranty. Great deal.
#11
tuckeral
I disagree - it's a very good price on an OK telly. (Not a TV that I would buy myself, but if you are after this particular TV then it's a very good price)
For comparison richersounds have it at £599 (plus an extra £60 if you want a 5 year guarantee). That makes it £175 cheaper at M&S for the same thing, with possibly Quidco/other cashbacks on top saving you more too.
And it's at least £55 cheaper as far as I can see than anywhere else (ebuyer) with/without the 5 year guarantee

Hi. why you wont buy for yourself. Specs looks fine!
#12
Good price but I'm not sure about Philips TVs.
#13
Just bought this, been looking for a half decent 42" for a while.

5 year guarantee makes this good value IMO.
#14
It says "This order does not meet the eligibility requirements for this offer. Please refer to the details in your promotional offer for further information." when I try to add the code
#15
lenny6582
It says "This order does not meet the eligibility requirements for this offer. Please refer to the details in your promotional offer for further information." when I try to add the code


lol, the code is for womens knitwear

ordered one myself, £485, also 5% quidco
#16
raveydaveygravey;6829860
lol, the code is for womens knitwear

ordered one myself, £485, also 5% quidco


Ha ha, just noticed that and proceeded without the code!
#17
adi0604;6829542
Hi. why you wont buy for yourself. Specs looks fine!

Personally it's be a Panasonic plasma at 42 inch for me (but let's not get into that debate again here!)
Specs aren't everything - if you're thinking of buying one go see it in action first and consider what you're going to use it for in the next X years before you'll be upgrading again.
The Panasonic P42X10 is about £40 more expensive than this (e.g. at Dixons/AJ Electronics at the moment) (without the 5 year warranty).
#18
lenny6582
It says "This order does not meet the eligibility requirements for this offer. Please refer to the details in your promotional offer for further information." when I try to add the code


You don't need to enter the code, the £485.18 comes up automatically at the checkout.
#19
tuckeral
Personally it's be a Panasonic plasma at 42 inch for me (but let's not get into that debate again here!)
Specs aren't everything - if you're thinking of buying one go see it in action first and consider what you're going to use it for in the next X years before you'll be upgrading again.
The Panasonic P42X10 is about £40 more expensive than this (e.g. at Dixons/AJ Electronics at the moment) (without the 5 year warranty).


Well said.
#20
how would anybody compare this to the sony w5500?

cheers
#21
tuckeral
Personally it's be a Panasonic plasma at 42 inch for me (but let's not get into that debate again here!)
Specs aren't everything - if you're thinking of buying one go see it in action first and consider what you're going to use it for in the next X years before you'll be upgrading again.
The Panasonic P42X10 is about £40 more expensive than this (e.g. at Dixons/AJ Electronics at the moment) (without the 5 year warranty).

Agreed. Isn't LCD better tech than plasma. As plasma uses square pixels image is only clear if u see from reasonable distance. anyways this philips has put me off after reading review on techfreaks.
#22
adi0604
Agreed. Isn't LCD better tech than plasma. As plasma uses square pixels image is only clear if u see from reasonable distance. anyways this philips has put me off after reading review on techfreaks.


Plasma'a use rectangular pixels which is wh the resolution confuses some people. 'Most plasmas' will give a better picture than 'most' lcd's imo.
#23
Video review

http://www.soundandvision.co.uk/tv/lcd/philips-42pfl5604h

£579 for the TV
£774 including warrenty !
#24
msundhu
how would anybody compare this to the sony w5500?

cheers


No idea to be honest. For every good online review I read about anything, there's always another reviewer that hates it. What I have found, though, is a way to grab that one for £599 andget a 5 year guarantee....http://www.johnlewis.com/230575881/Product.aspx
You need an old TV to trade in to get this price, but I assume that any old junk should do. If you fancy a Sony, that's a pretty good deal I reckon.
#25
foleyj46
I bought the Philips 42PFL7404 on friday for £580.96 after all the discounts. On Friday 6th Nov they were offering the £150 Philips discount + £100 off from M&S for their one day only deal of the day. Then it took the VAT off too. Gets delivered on the 24th. Plus 5 year free warranty. Great deal.


I bought this aswell, went through Quidco for roughly another £30 off
#26
madrugada
No idea to be honest. For every good online review I read about anything, there's always another reviewer that hates it. What I have found, though, is a way to grab that one for £599 andget a 5 year guarantee....http://www.johnlewis.com/230575881/Product.aspx
You need an old TV to trade in to get this price, but I assume that any old junk should do. If you fancy a Sony, that's a pretty good deal I reckon.


this is for S and not W model.know you are being helpful but not same set.lower spec and not as good
#27
tightpants
this is for S and not W model.know you are being helpful but not same set.lower spec and not as good


Sorry. Well spotted.
The W model seems to be in a much higher price bracket so you'd expect it to be higher spec. Still quite a few negative reviews from Amazon buyers, though. Makes you wonder if anyone still makes a truly great TV these days.
#28
Out of stock now.
1 Like #29
I wasn't too sure about Philips TV's either but side by side to my eyes the 42" F7404 is quicker (on standard freeview at least) than the Sony z4500 which is their 200hz TV. The Philips panel is 3ms which easily explains that but then I have freakishly responsive eyes to frame rates so most people may not notice. But i bet you'd notice the the price tag though! a quick look at the z4500 specs reveals that it would have to be at least a 5ms panel to achieve 200Hz!

Now, these are at factory settings, and I know the Sony motionflow (100-200hz) settings can be altered so it may have been an unfair playing field but again look ath the price tag.

The only thing I don't like about the F7404 is the slow interface.

If money is key, the 42" Philips F4707 is brilliant.
#30
just had a call from marks delivered tomorrow and free installation included in the price

very very hot................
#31
mine gets delivered on friday
#32
kingartur
just had a call from marks delivered tomorrow and free installation included in the price

very very hot................


what do you think of it mate?
#33
i am happy with it

havent added a hd box to it yet tho as i am moving house soon and dont want to pay sky the fees

my quidco didnt track on it tho

am happy with the product
#34
Mine was delivered today.

Very happy with it. Good colours and the pixels are good, very little lagging at all.

Very good sound also.

Bargain with the 5 year warranty.
#35
kingartur
i am happy with it

havent added a hd box to it yet tho as i am moving house soon and dont want to pay sky the fees

my quidco didnt track on it tho

am happy with the product


my quidco tracked at £24.26

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