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Samsung LE32B450C4W LCD HD Ready Digital Television + 5year Guarantee £327.00 @ John Lewis

£327.00 @ John Lewis
Awesome tv, with 5 year waranty
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#1
Possibility of price match with Richer Sounds with £10 off, however unconfirmed
1 Like #2
Super hot deal.

Fantastic TV (Check online reviews).
#3
Is it store only because it's £360 online
#4
Good price.

If matching richer sounds, they will add the delivery charge of ~£30.

I collected mine from the jl warehouse near me, but it would have probably been worth an extra £7 for them to deliver, just wasn't worth £30.

If House Of are doing it for a couple of quid cheaper, it might be worth going there especially if Inc delivery. Not sure what their warranty track record is like though compared to JL.
#5
Showing as £327 online for me, free delivery (3-5 working days) or named day delivery for £6.75 - am very tempted!
#6
Super find, thank you. Was just about to plough through TV deals to find something for my mother in law. This is perfect, especially with the 5yr warranty so she can't hassle me if it breaks down!
#7
Just picked up mine from a store and they price matched Richer Sounds, plus you get the 5 year warranty, bargain. Good spot.
#8
Bought this recently from JL price-matching RS. At the time there was no mention of any charge for delivery so it may depend on who serves you.

Collected due to ease in the end.

Really if JL offer free delivery how is that any different from the free 5 year warranty (which they don't add on to the RS price before matching).

£327 with no hassle is a good buy though.
#9
Got this tv from JL a month or so for the spare room/games room and didn't want to spend much. Cheap and cheerful. Nothing spectacular picture wise (looks awful out of the box..reds looked orange on mine) but it'll do as a spare/bedoom tv.

I paid £349 for mine but yeah, £327 is worth it.
#10
Good pirce given the fantastic reviews this TV has had...
#11
I want a new tv, but where is the £300 coming from.
#12
ukbill69
I want a new tv, but where is the £300 coming from.


DealExtreme are offering £300 for $4.99 delivered but it might be Chinese fakes ;-)
#13
not 1080p so not interested
#14
Bobo
not 1080p so not interested


Whats so special about this 1080p feature.
#15
1080p on a 32" tv, surely not needed.

Good price.
#16
Bobo
not 1080p so not interested


I actually prefer 1080i than 1080P , picture loses a bit of clarity on the P setting .

Great price for a quality TV , especially from a decent company with 5 yrs guarantee .
#17
Bobo
not 1080p so not interested


1080p is not needed on a 32'. Even 42' you'd need to be sitting very close to see any difference at all.
suspended#18
scoob65
1080p is not needed on a 32'. Even 42' you'd need to be sitting very close to see any difference at all.


I agree will not be noticed on a 32" tv
#19
I have this TV, slighty different model number however. It looks great for my PS3 with no lag or issues.

There are a number of different versions of the panel for this TV from what i read before buying mine, some which are better than others. Also of people reporting the red/orange issue seems to have the same panel in thier tv. Lucky for me mine looked fine out of the box with no issues. (Tweaked a bit to make it even better though :) ). There is plenty of information and discussion on the TV here:

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/samsung-le32b450-le32b450c-20090625155.htm

Hope this helps.

Also just FYI I got mine for £318 from Dixons online about 2 months ago.
#20
Bobo
not 1080p so not interested


I'll second that.

If your really going to spend money on a new HDTV it really pays to get the best picture you can, and for that always try and go for 1080p.

But is a nice TV otherwise.
#21
SimonOnly
I'll second that.

If your really going to spend money on a new HDTV it really pays to get the best picture you can, and for that always try and go for 1080p.

But is a nice TV otherwise.


again, as already stated, you dont need 1080p on a 32" TV.

if you really going to spend money on a new HDTV, it really pays to buy a 50" with 1080p :)
#22
Looked at the Samsung, but thought this Toshiba was better.
from JL same free del and 5 year warranty
Toshiba Regza 32AV633D LCD HD Ready Digital Television, 32 Inch
Great Value
£349

http://www.johnlewis.com/230606295/Product.aspx
#23
SimonOnly
I'll second that.

If your really going to spend money on a new HDTV it really pays to get the best picture you can, and for that always try and go for 1080p.

But is a nice TV otherwise.


I'll 3rd it.

Whats the point nowadays in getting old technology. Its not 1080p!!

Cold as ice.
#24
sloppy seconds
I'll 3rd it.

Whats the point nowadays in getting old technology. Its not 1080p!!

Cold as ice.

here's a prime example of stupid people falling for stupid sales ploys
#25
gordon999
here's a prime example of stupid people falling for stupid sales ploys


If you also want to use it as a PC monitor with pin sharp Windows, 1080p is the way to go.
#26
the 5 year guarantee sounds tempting and make the choice of buying easier.

But does anybody know what that 5 years guarantee includes?

Can find any T&C's of it online.......

Has anybody bought a tele there with the 5 year guarantee?
#27
Vinylly
the 5 year guarantee sounds tempting and make the choice of buying easier.

But does anybody know what that 5 years guarantee includes?

Can find any T&C's of it online.......

Has anybody bought a tele there with the 5 year guarantee?


http://lmgtfy.com/?q=john+lewis+5+year+warranty+terms :roll:

lol.

Click the top link, and choose "Guarantees, warranties and helplines"

Terms as listed below this.

I'll post it below anywho:
John Lewis
Guarantees
We always honour the manufacturer's guarantee period where offered; these are usually one year unless otherwise stated. Please see individual product pages for details.

In addition to the first year manufacturer’s guarantee on large electrical domestic appliances, computers, non-portable hi-fi equipment, DVD and VHS players/recorders and camcorders, we provide a free second year service guarantee . This includes accidental damage cover on large electrical domestic appliances only and, where appropriate, frozen food loss insurance, subject to certain terms and conditions listed below.

If you have purchased a television, your service guarantee is automatically 5 years in total, or 3 years for a John Lewis large electrical domestic appliance. These are also subject to the following.

This additional service guarantee provides :
# A repair service in the event of breakdown of any functioning part of your product, for the period stated by the John Lewis guarantee.
# We'll provide the repair service without charge up to a cost equal to the original purchase price paid for the product.
# All repair services are provided by authorised service technicians.
# If we decide your product cannot be repaired, or is uneconomical to repair, we'll replace it with the same model. If it's no longer available, we'll discuss an alternative settlement with you.
# Occasionally, we may ask you to pay for the repair and claim the cost of the repair from us.

These service and repair costs are excluded from the guarantee
# Repairs due to breakdown caused by use other than domestic by you or family, or by deliberate damage or neglect of the product.
# Consumer replaceable items including, but not limited to, batteries, light bulbs and other consumables.
# Cosmetic damage and/or non-functional parts which do not affect the normal use of the product including cabinet trim, scratches and rust.
# The unblocking of drainage channels or refrigeration products.
# Work which relates to a manufacturer’s recall of the product.
# Any loss suffered as a result of not being able to use the product, or any loss other than the repair or the replacement cost of the product.
# We reserve the right to charge for the expense of a service call when no fault has been found with the product after we have inspected it.
#28
gordon999
here's a prime example of stupid people falling for stupid sales ploys


Nonsense. Heres a prime example of one stupid person who clearly doesn't understand the technology.
banned#29
I think this is a great deal, a lot dearer at tesco extra plus i have some john lewis vouchers to use up, i'll def be buying one!:thumbsup:
#30
without boring the pants of everyone....I have a PS3 (whoopee I here you cry) and I (shamed as I am) fell for buying a seemingly bargain telly that only went up to 768 (not 1080i or 1080p) and believe you me....irrespective of whether some people **** and moan saying you don't need 1080i or 1080p for a 32" telly you definitely notice the difference when gaming....my PS3 games look ***** on the 768 yet look amazing on my other 1080i telly so there you go......my next telly purchase will be 1080p or nothing at all :thumbsup:
#31
doublekite
Whats so special about this 1080p feature.


jeez...where have you been? Mars? :roll:
#32
bigup
1080p on a 32" tv, surely not needed.

Good price.


you are wrong
#33
HipHop
I actually prefer 1080i than 1080P , picture loses a bit of clarity on the P setting .

Great price for a quality TV , especially from a decent company with 5 yrs guarantee .


you are wrong
#34
scoob65
1080p is not needed on a 32'. Even 42' you'd need to be sitting very close to see any difference at all.


you must be blind
#35
chris3349
I agree will not be noticed on a 32" tv


you need a labrador
#36
bigup
again, as already stated, you dont need 1080p on a 32" TV.

if you really going to spend money on a new HDTV, it really pays to buy a 50" with 1080p :)


I already have a 50" @ 1080i thank you very much......768 looks rubbish on a PS3.......I know because I've seen it on the other telly upstairs and promptly came running back downstairs with my PS3
#37
gordon999
here's a prime example of stupid people falling for stupid sales ploys


no your blissfully ignorant and don't know what your talking about.....try doing some research
#38
toaster
If you also want to use it as a PC monitor with pin sharp Windows, 1080p is the way to go.


correct although to be fair I have my 768 telly as a monitor and that is fine, but again, it struggles with gaming and doesn't make full use of my 9800GT
#39
Bobo
you need a labrador


A labrador? blimey, errrrrrrr

But yes, all these baffoons clearly know diddly squat about 1080p.

still cold as ice.
#40
good price and with a 5 year guarantee :) heat added

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