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Sainsburys RED tv prices cut by £100 instore only (seen at exeter pinhoe) £199.00

£199.00 @ Sainsbury's
26" £299 reduced to £199 32" £349 reduced to £249 37" £399 reduced to £299 **seen instore** still showing higher price on website
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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
26" £299 reduced to £199
32" £349 reduced to £249
37" £399 reduced to £299

**seen instore**
still showing higher price on website
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#1
Red hot added heat
[helper]#2
The 37inch was posted on here earlier tonight (available at Sainsburys Torquay).
#3
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/333573/37-red-lcd-tv-299-at-sainsbury/

is the original post - apologies to poster thought i'd checked properly

people might still be interested in the smaller sizes though
#4
I can confirm these prices are correct. But thought I would add that there was also a nice 26" Toshiba LCD reduced by £100 to £249.99. There was one in stock at the T. Wells Old Station S'burys. Good deals!
#5
Never heard of this 'brand' - can anyone enlighten me.
#6
Damn, if only there was a Sainsbury's near me. I really could do with a new TV.

Here are the specs from the site on the 37" TV

• Receives all Freeview TV and radio channels
• HD ready – 2 x HDMI inputs
• 7-day electronic programme guide
• Low power consumption on standby

Screen size: 37" Freeview: Yes
Contrast:
1200:1
HD Ready: Yes
HDMI Sockets: 2
Resolution: 1366x768 Scart: 2
Brightness: 500cd/m2 Component: Yes
Dimensions:
93x67.5x24.4
(WxHxD) Aspect Ratio: 16:9
Viewing Angle: 178/178
Weight: 21.7kg Child lock: No
#7
Gollywood
Never heard of this 'brand' - can anyone enlighten me.


It's pretty much the same kind of things as Dabs own brand. They use other brands components and put their own labels on it at a knock down price. Not sure who they're currently using for their screens, it was previously Goodmans TV's but not sure if it's changed recently. :)
#8
Another R on the site - have some very partizan heat! Playoffs coming!!!!
#9
26" £299 reduced to £199

Thats what I paid for my 26 inch CRT TV about five years ago!!

Can anyone give me any information about the viewing angle? It says 178, which suggests it can be seen from any angle, but I thought that was rarely the case with flat screen TV's? Or have they improved since I last looked? The laptop I'm typing on now goes distinctly darker when I turn it more than 45 degrees.
#10
can anyone confirm any in any liverpool stores?
#11
does it have an analogue tuner....so you can use it up to the "digital switchover"?
#12
Has anyone actually bought one of these tv's,whats the refresh rate? Im interested to know how good they are.

And are these available in all stores?

Thanks
#13
torby
does it have an analogue tuner....so you can use it up to the "digital switchover"?


You will be able to get Digital Channels now.

You dont need to wait until your switch over date.
#14
audirob
You will be able to get Digital Channels now.

You dont need to wait until your switch over date.


Not all areas have a digital transmission yet.
#15
Those are qmazing prices...I'm going to check my local Sainsburys tonight...Thanks for the heads up cuz I didn't see the original post!!! :-D
#16
I'd say they're now priced competitively considering for £50 more you can get a premium brand.
#17
Genuine question, no sarcasm intended... Can you find me a 'premium brand' 32" LCD for £300 then? I'm looking for a new TV :)
#18
torby
does it have an analogue tuner....so you can use it up to the "digital switchover"?

I'd check with Sainsburys but I'd be amazed if it doesn't.
All Freeview sets I have seen to date have both Analogue and Digi, even the unbranded 26" set I bough for my sons bedroom.
#19
Sorry to hijack - but at the Calcot store there's a 32" Grundig LCD TV with Freeview, a black glass stand and a 2.1 speaker system with iPod dock for £399 - it was £700, then came down to £499, then £470, then £450 and now at just under £400.
#20
Just to confirm they had these in the Swansea Sainsburys this morning :)
#21
Does anyone know if the 26" has got vga?
#22
Really good TV, my previous tv gave up the ghost on Monday and when I saw the post I didn't think there was one that cheap, but my local Sainsbury's had just one left (37") and the quality is what you would get for a much more expensive model.
#23
luckypaul666
Really good TV, my previous tv gave up the ghost on Monday and when I saw the post I didn't think there was one that cheap, but my local Sainsbury's had just one left (37") and the quality is what you would get for a much more expensive model.


Has it got VGA? :thinking:
#24
Wow, if the quality is ok that's an amazing price.
#25
The 26in toshiba TV that somone mentioned earlier in the thread is this one;

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5293977/c_1/1%7Ccat_12108813%7CTelevisions%7C12108983/c_2/2%7Ccat_12108983%7C26+inch+to+28+inch+LCD+TVs%7C12108990/Trail/searchtext%3ETELEVISION.htm

Cheapest i could find was Amazon at £295.

I am tempted by both of these TV's (Toshiba and Red 26in) for the bedroom but not sure whether to pay £50 more for the Toshiba or not. The toshiba has one less scart socket.

What would others do?
#26
ne one know how long this offer is running? tried to get a 37" but missed last one in london
#27
IMO.... Better off paying the extra and buying a Samsung.
#28
If the Red is a good tv I would personally buy that.

I've still got a Beko 28" CRT that I've had for 6 years,it still works the same as when I bought it back then.

I don't really believe in paying alot extra for "top" brands if they aren't actually any better than cheaper ones.
#29
Good deal, but it's worth considering that Sainsbury's only, afaik, give you a 1yr warranty on electricals, compared to 3yrs at Asda and various other durations elsewhere, so it's maybe worth shopping around for the sake of longevity.

Then again, 37" for £300, and I could have it here in my bedroom within 25 minutes. Gods. Temptation. If I wasn't saving right now, I don't think I'd be here posting this.
#30
I can highly recommend the 37".. excellent tv with an excellent price... especially when you can get staff discount too :thumbsup:
#31
Do these have a PC input?
#32
Bazwaa
Do these have a PC input?

If you have a DVI output on your graphics card then you can use a DVI to HDMI cable to plug your PC into one of the HDMI sockets....
#33
:w00t::w00t::w00t:Thanks is excellent value I have just purchased 37’ TV for £299
I ALSO GOT £6.39 VAT reduction and 586 Nectar points WOW from Sainsbury’s
32 Wilson Street
MIDDLESBROUGH
Cleveland
TS1 1RP
Tel: 01642 241188
Thanks for this Hot TV
#34
Just set up my 26" tv .... really easy, great picture and no extra freeview box needed.

Heat and Rep added - thanks :-)
#35
REBEL69
Not all areas have a digital transmission yet.


quite right, and an almost waste of time it currently is if you haven't got coverage.

Only about 4 or 5 watchable channels............2012 for us in the Midlands.......you'll be able to get a 90" plasma with Freeview, Blu-ray and chaneel-change-by-mind-thought for under £200 by then at the current rate of depreciation......!!:w00t:
#36
Am new to HOTUKDEALS can confirm this at the hayes store got the last 37 inch for £265+ £2.50 nectar points RED HOT HEAT ADDED :-D
#37
torby
does it have an analogue tuner....so you can use it up to the "digital switchover"?


Freeviw built in spec on sainsburys website :-D
#38
can anyone confirm if it has vga or not?
#39
konan100
can anyone confirm if it has vga or not?


The 26" hasn't.
#40
no vga on this unit, but you can connect two hdmi sources, and all inputs can be pic in pic, and pic and pic. you can convert dvi to hdmi with an adaptor, if yer graphics card has got dvi.

Bought one voted hot... great picture has great functions. I bought the 32inch..

Only fault is two broken pixels can't really notice them....

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