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Sony 32" 100Hz 1080p LCD TV £299.86 incl.vat + 5 year warranty (Costco)

£299.86 @ costco
Was in Costco (Cardiff) earlier today and stumbled across what I thought was a misprint/misprice as I have been hunting for a 100Hz tv and came across this little gem. Link to spec: http://w…
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Was in Costco (Cardiff) earlier today and stumbled across what I thought was a misprint/misprice as I have been hunting for a 100Hz tv and came across this little gem.

Link to spec:

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/t32-w-series/kdl-32w5710?campaignId=12003038&s_kwcid=KDL32W5710|4597463771

£299.86 INCLUDES VAT & 5 year Warranty so for under £300 you get 100Hz, DLNA, 1080p, 24p so for a 32" TV its not a bad spec for the price.

I know for the purists it doesn't have wifi, Freeview HD and that it is a discontinued model, but for the price this would be a great TV to link to a BluRay/PS3/360 imho.

http://lh3.ggpht.com/_QasSPJN4HLw/TT1QGVdkfuI/AAAAAAAAAdU/4c4JMIHpa8o/s800/IMG00213-20110123-1526.jpg
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#1
anychance of posting that pic in a post?
#2
http://sp.sony-europe.com/media/149/74326
#3
Hot for a very well spec'd 100hz TV.

It's not the current model - kdl32ex503, but you wont find that anywhere near this price. (expect to pay at least £100 more)
#4
Was going to buy this when badged as the W5500, think it was just altered cosmetically. Too much emphasis on Freeview HD imho. 1, how many people can receive it ? 2, only BBC1 and a few programmes on BBCHD available ( and they are mostly repeats ). ITV1HD is a poor picture most of the time. If you want to watch in HD I'm afraid Sky is the way forward. Watching NFL playoffs at the moment and it looks pretty good ( mind you I'm only paying £19 a month until June, courtesy of a best buy offer and quidco payback ).
#5
is this not a better deal ?

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000112797/sony-kdl-32ex403u-32-lcd-full-hd-1080p-tv.aspx

Sony KDL-32EX403
£300 freeview hd and BRAVIA Internet only 50htz tho (maybe 20% quidco as well)
#6
kevs in love!
#7
proper-bo
is this not a better deal ?http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000112797/sony-kdl-32ex403u-32-lcd-full-hd-1080p-tv.aspxSony KDL-32EX403£300 freeview hd and BRAVIA Internet only 50htz tho (maybe 20% quidco as well)

Good price, but no home delivery = no quidco
#8
Costco...

I need a job as a plumber!
1 Like #9
Not a bad price..
but looks so dated with fat bezel and visable speakers! :p

Edited By: mikeswrx02 on Jan 24, 2011 09:39
#10
proper-bo
is this not a better deal ?

http://www.bestbuy.co.uk/product/1000112797/sony-kdl-32ex403u-32-lcd-full-hd-1080p-tv.aspx


Sony KDL-32EX403
£300 freeview hd and BRAVIA Internet only 50htz tho (maybe 20% quidco as well)


The 403 is indeed 50hz only, and from what I've read it suffers for it.
#11
Cardiff store only maybe? Bristol price is £349 + vat according to the lady I spoke to.
#12
Anyone know if this is nationwide?
#13
I was going to buy the Toshiba 32" TV32BV700B (50hz) for £275.99 (5yr warranty) in Costco.

There was football showing on the tvs and the Toshiba was next to another tv which was 100hz - what a difference.

Bought a Panasonic 37" instead with built in Freesat/Freeview HD, 100HZ & 5 year Panasonic warranty. (£549) Not in Costco

Had I seen the Sony offer I would have bought it - great deal for a 100hz TV

Edited By: itsisnot on Jan 24, 2011 10:45
#14
siadwel
Was going to buy this when badged as the W5500, think it was just altered cosmetically. Too much emphasis on Freeview HD imho. 1, how many people can receive it ? 2, only BBC1 and a few programmes on BBCHD available ( and they are mostly repeats ). ITV1HD is a poor picture most of the time. If you want to watch in HD I'm afraid Sky is the way forward. Watching NFL playoffs at the moment and it looks pretty good ( mind you I'm only paying £19 a month until June, courtesy of a best buy offer and quidco payback ).

I disagree about Freeview HD. All of the BBCs mainstream new content - Eastenders, Top Gear, Silent witness etc etc is on there - not just repeats. Also C4 and ITV have new programmes on their channels. I have Sony bravia and the quality is immense. Even my fair lady commented on it!
#15
The older W and X series producer better picture and far better sound quality than the current crop of Bravia's such as the ex703. Hot deal.
#16
slightly dated model, but with a good price , heated
#17
Can anyone please tell me if this deal is available in all costco or just one them. Cheers
#18
add costco membership, as you need to be a member. How much?
#19
not bad, not bad at all, thanks. :3
#20
edwarj9
siadwel
Was going to buy this when badged as the W5500, think it was just altered cosmetically. Too much emphasis on Freeview HD imho. 1, how many people can receive it ? 2, only BBC1 and a few programmes on BBCHD available ( and they are mostly repeats ). ITV1HD is a poor picture most of the time. If you want to watch in HD I'm afraid Sky is the way forward. Watching NFL playoffs at the moment and it looks pretty good ( mind you I'm only paying £19 a month until June, courtesy of a best buy offer and quidco payback ).
I disagree about Freeview HD. All of the BBCs mainstream new content - Eastenders, Top Gear, Silent witness etc etc is on there - not just repeats. Also C4 and ITV have new programmes on their channels. I have Sony bravia and the quality is immense. Even my fair lady commented on it!

+1
Freeview HD is getting there - Sky are a rip off - and lots of repeats

Edited By: dmm1000 on Jan 24, 2011 17:46
#21
Has anyone actually been able to get one of these besides the poster?
#22
Its old stock but a good deal if it has everything you need.
I've got the newer EX503 and it is terrific, definitely recommend 100Hz, also I'm a big fan of Freeview HD - watched the World Cup in HD and even though some of the games were poor the picture quality was superb - no motion blur with 100Hz and fantastic definition with HD. BBC 1HD, BBC HD, ITV1 HD and Channel 4HD gives a great variety of television - one of the surprise highlights for me has been watching some of the old black and white films (The Longest Day etc.) that have been remastered for HD/Blu-ray look stunning - must be what it was like for all those who watched it when it came out at the Cinema all those years ago...
The internet 'widgets' are great, BBC iPlayer is brilliant, though the iPlayer application on the Sony BDP-S370 (Blu-ray player) is far superior...
Wouldn't want to be without Freeview HD or Bravia Internet now.
#23
RHodgett
Has anyone actually been able to get one of these besides the poster?


Right......I just called Cardiff and they have 6 left, checked Bristol and they have 9 but are priced at £100 more guy said that price is not always same at all costco's so if anyone is curious about their local costco please call them and more importantly post your findings so others can see.

Product code is 100795

If you still think that £399 is decent money for a 32" 100hz tv take a trip to Richer Sounds as they have for £399 an LG32LD690 that has Freeview HD, wifi and a host of other goodies so go for that if you have £400 spare.

Right as the OP I feel my work is done now, so I would welcome a bit of help in finding out stock/price in other stores :.)


RHodgett
Has anyone actually been able to get one of these besides the poster?
#24
robskicardiff
RHodgett
Has anyone actually been able to get one of these besides the poster?


Right......I just called Cardiff and they have 6 left, checked Bristol and they have 9 but are priced at £100 more guy said that price is not always same at all costco's so if anyone is curious about their local costco please call them and more importantly post your findings so others can see.

Product code is 100795

If you still think that £399 is decent money for a 32" 100hz tv take a trip to Richer Sounds as they have for £399 an LG32LD690 that has Freeview HD, wifi and a host of other goodies so go for that if you have £400 spare.

Right as the OP I feel my work is done now, so I would welcome a bit of help in finding out stock/price in other stores :.)


RHodgett
Has anyone actually been able to get one of these besides the poster?


Good work mate, thanks for the info. I tried calling Gateshead but as I am not a member they wouldn't disclose any information.
#25
RHodgett
Good work mate, thanks for the info. I tried calling Gateshead but as I am not a member they wouldn't disclose any information.


yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.

Edited By: toonarmani on Jan 24, 2011 20:06
#26
toonarmani
RHodgett
Good work mate, thanks for the info. I tried calling Gateshead but as I am not a member they wouldn't disclose any information.


yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.


It was the first thing the guy asked me.
#27
rang every costco in the country to test whether your claim is true? didnt think so
toonarmani
yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.
#28
Good Price

These TV's have the Bravia 3 engine as well as the 100hz, most of the cheaper models are Bravia 2.
I have the W5500 with a Freeview HD box and it is quite impressive.
#29
spaceinvader
rang every costco in the country to test whether your claim is true? didnt think so
toonarmani
yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.


no need - even if they did ask for a membership number (which is odd), you could always say you're looking to join and that you were after this particular TV before doing so.

not that hard now is it?

anyway - back to the deal. Cracking price for a great TV.

Also, Costco's concierge service is fantastic :)

Edited By: toonarmani on Jan 24, 2011 21:24
1 Like #30
bfcuk
add costco membership, as you need to be a member. How much?



get a life
#31
toonarmani
spaceinvader
rang every costco in the country to test whether your claim is true? didnt think so
toonarmani
yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.
no need - even if they did ask for a membership number (which is odd), you could always say you're looking to join and that you were after this particular TV before doing so.not that hard now is it?anyway - back to the deal. Cracking price for a great TV.Also, Costco's concierge service is fantastic :)

Also.... The only reason you would buy electronics from Costco is because of the concierge service/ 5 yr warranty. No idea how it gets away with calling itself a wholesaler!
#32
toonarmani
RHodgett
Good work mate, thanks for the info. I tried calling Gateshead but as I am not a member they wouldn't disclose any information.


yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.


In his defence, the first thing they asked me when I rang was my membership number so it does happen. I am guessing that like me, the opening was "I am looking to see if you have a tv in stock and can you confirm the price" which is the exact script a rival retailer would use to try and do a pricematch so I fully 101% understand Costco asking for these details.

I took the plunge and went back this evening and bought one (4 left in Cardiff!!) and I have just rigged it up to my PS3 and the picture quality on 24p watching the Dark Knight Blu Ray is nothing short of astonishing.

If you own a 50Hz 1080p u need to get a demo somewhere of bluray on a 100Hz its like discovering the movie again - am off to watch Inception and Avatar so byeeeeeeeeeeee
#33
Could whoever has bought one post a real pic and perhaps a short review
#34
bargainhunter666
toonarmani
spaceinvader
rang every costco in the country to test whether your claim is true? didnt think so
toonarmani
yeah right - you don't have to be a member to ask a question. I have phoned my local Costco up several times for prices (usually on tyres) and have never been asked for my membership details once.
no need - even if they did ask for a membership number (which is odd), you could always say you're looking to join and that you were after this particular TV before doing so.not that hard now is it?anyway - back to the deal. Cracking price for a great TV.Also, Costco's concierge service is fantastic :)


Also.... The only reason you would buy electronics from Costco is because of the concierge service/ 5 yr warranty. No idea how it gets away with calling itself a wholesaler!


oooh get her, just cos you cant get a card!!
#35
Still available?
#36
AS of today I no longer buy SONY and selling all SONY things I have all to do with George Hotz file..

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