Samsung PS42C450B 42" Plasma TV £348.29 @ Viking Direct - HotUKDeals
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Cinema quality, home comforts
WORTH STAYING IN FOR. Delivering the pin-sharp, ultra-bright picture quality you'd expect in a cutting-edge cinema, but in the relaxed surroundings of your living room. The Samsung HD Ready Plasma TV is the ideal equipment for the digital switchover.
EASY QUALITY. With its superior contrast ratio, the Samsung HD Ready Plasma TV ensures excellent picture rendition, whether you're watching a major sports event like the World Cup, or your favourite drama. Tuning in to channels is child's play using the integrated Freeview tuner.
SCART. Hook the Samsung up with your existing devices, using the three supplied HDMI inputs. Also included are USB and SCART connectors, plus component and composite are for your older equipment.
Please note that this item is exempt from the Viking Direct 30-day trial unless returned un-opened. Manufacturers warranty applies.
Please allow 14 up to working days for delivery.
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#1
is it a good tv for that price?
#3
so not really that cheap!1 haha
#4
still a good price h n r added
#5
Voted hot.

Next cheapest I found this tv was £415 and you don't see many 42" tellys as low as this.
#6
Very good price

Anyone know what the length of warranty is for this TV and if Viking are any good with returns?
#7
Thanks for the votes, but sorry I fell into the VAT trap.

Anyone got a direct line to Cameron, see if we can momentarily get the VAT rate dropped
#8
Actually! That price Includes VAT [COLOR="Red"]it's £296.42 + VAT (£51.87)[/COLOR]

[SIZE="2"]So this is actually the Cheapest 42" HD ready PLASMA I have seen.[/SIZE] :thumbsup:

It was posted here a couple of weeks ago, I checked last Thursday and it was at £340 + vat.

Also, if you're a small business owner, as it's Viking Direct (Business Supplies retailer) you might even be able to get away with claiming the VAT back :whistling: ;-) so it'll cost you less than £300. AWESOME!
#9
Don't forget 7% TCB (on price exl. VAT) or 10% @ Quidco!!!
#10
Darnit, just finished wall mounting the 42" Panasonic I got from Dixons last week for my parents.
Could've saved myself £50 by waiting just a few days.:x

Gonna checkout Dixon's returns policy!
#11
Guan;8847412
Darnit, just finished wall mounting the 42" Panasonic I got from Dixons last week for my parents.


Panasonic make fantastic plasmas, I wouldn't worry about it :thumbsup:
#12
I have this as a second tv and its very good. I use mine for the xbox 360 and odd movies.
#13
MarzBarz
odd movies.



pron?

:w00t::whistling:
#14
Guan
Darnit, just finished wall mounting the 42" Panasonic I got from Dixons last week for my parents.
Could've saved myself £50 by waiting just a few days.:x

Gonna checkout Dixon's returns policy!


What you would rather have a Samsung rather than the superior Panasonic :thinking:
#15
I've been looking at purchasing this TV myself, it's got some great features on it, and can play back MKV via the USB slot.. Have some heat...
#16
Comes up as £411 for me!
#17
vibrant
pron?

:w00t::whistling:


"pron" - what's pron? :whistling::p
#18
great price, deal finshed at this time
#19
ajwhite7
Comes up as £411 for me!


same here as well..
#20
Why expired now? Still showing in stock.
I bought 1 of these 2wks ago for the higher price of 400. Do u think I could order another and send it back with the old invoice and get a refund of the higher price? Does anyone know the returns policy or where I stand on returning an item. Who pays the shipping? Thanks for any advice!
#21
yeah this is still showing as in stock at the same price..
im thinking of ordering one as my girlfreind is moving out tomorrow and taking her 42" samsung with her!
Is this a decent picture for SKY HD? I would also use my Ps3 on this tv via HDMI would it be a decent picture?
I really dont understand all the ins and outs of 1080 and 720 etc etc
#22
Their site is really strange.

yesterday on the business site they had this for something like £298, excluding VAT, but on the personal site it was listed at £409. That changed a bit later to £348, VAT inclusive. Now it's at £411? They were also adding things to the page through the day, like a banner that said they were celebrating England's 1966 WC victory by knocking an additional £44 off the price of selected TV's, of which this was one. Now, it's gone.

Strange.

What's stranger for me is that I ordered on at £399 Saturday night but contacted them yesterday once I saw the £348 price. They were having issues trying to verify my address, which I then needed to sort out and supplied them with everything they needed, but it wasn't going to be processed until today and they said that the price drop would be applied to my order. Sooooo... I wonder what happens now.

edit: Their credit control team just confirmed I'll be getting it for £348. Happy days =D
#23
deanos
What you would rather have a Samsung rather than the superior Panasonic :thinking:


I have a 46" Freesat FullHD Panasonic Viera myself and love it to bits...

This new one was for my parents and I liked the idea of H.264 USB support. Would save me lugging my laptop when I stay over. Also, not too impressed with the build quality of this new Panasonic (http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/696030/panasonic-viera-tx-p42c2b-399-97-fr). Feels alot flimsier than my own, including the crappy on/off button. But then again, mine was 2.5x more expensive. :roll:
#24
Guan;8848754
Feels alot flimsier than my own, including the crappy on/off button


I also saw a lot of obvious cost cutting measures when comparing my Panasonic to a friend's newer model.
Build quality has given way to features, just a consequence of falling prices I guess.
#25
matth5182
Why expired now? Still showing in stock.
I bought 1 of these 2wks ago for the higher price of 400. Do u think I could order another and send it back with the old invoice and get a refund of the higher price? Does anyone know the returns policy or where I stand on returning an item. Who pays the shipping? Thanks for any advice!


each item has a seriak number attached to box and tv so they would know you sent the wrong one back to them:oops:

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