Sony 40" HD Ready 1080p digital LCD TV - £599.95 (Quidco 3.5% - £20.99) - HotUKDeals
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1st post so go easy on me... Looks like a great deal to me though.

£599.95 with free standard delivery. (Might be some codes out there but couldn't find any)

Get cutting edge picture enhancement quality with Sonys exclusive Bravia engine. This stylish 40 HD ready LCD TV from Sony. With 1080p full High Definition, you can really feel like part of the action with a smooth and flicker free picture.

Watch movies as the director intended them to be seen with 24p True Cinema and the widescreen option. With 2 HDMI inputs, for easy connectivity to other High Definition sources like Blu-ray Disc, enjoy a cinema-like experience in the comfort of your own home.

Be at the forefront of visual technology with Sony.

- Picture Enhancement - Bravia Engine
- Contrast - 16000 : 1 Contrast
- Sound type - S-Force Sound Technology
- Inputs - 2xHDMI, 2xSCART, 1x Component,1xPC
- Visible Screen Size - 40"
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#1
BTW The model is KDL-40D3500
#2
Model number Sony KDL-40D3500 40"
#3
empire direct have it for the same price, altho its £25 delivery you can get 3 years warranty for £30 (2 years really) plus an extra 5% off til end of july (£570) http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/209532/5-off-all-lcd-and-combi-tvs-empire-/
#4
Good deal, but I would recommend getting John Lewis to price match to £599 this with a 5 year guarantee included (John Lewis's website currently has it showing as plenty in stock). That works out at much better value.
#5
theyiddo
Good deal, but I would recommend getting John Lewis to price match to £599 this with a 5 year guarantee included (John Lewis's website currently has it showing as plenty in stock). That works out at much better value.


Can you do this over the phone, or do you need to go instore?
#6
spaaa;2505256
Can you do this over the phone, or do you need to go instore?


I think you may be able to do this over the phone...as I phoned the Bluewater store directly recently, and the lady gave the impression I could place an order with her over the phone...so I don't see why they shouldn't price match over the phone.

You'll need to point them in the right direction with regards to proof of the price in Currys though..as they would be foolish to just take someone's word for it!

Also, this tv is £599.95 at Comet:
http://www.comet.co.uk/shopcomet/product/433322/SONY-KDL40D3500
#7
The other offer i'm looking at is the 40V3000 @ Dixons for £630, and then some quidco.
#8
spaaa
The other offer i'm looking at is the 40V3000 @ Dixons for £630, and then some quidco.

Hardly any difference between the 2 models except the V has optical and extra HDMI. I prefer the look of the D though as I'm not keen on the shiny piano black.
#9
spaaa
Can you do this over the phone, or do you need to go instore?


Can be done over the phone , ring them and ask to price match , (they only price match against an actual shop, not an online retailer ), they will check out the price with the shop you`ve given them , and call you back with a yay or nay ,
5 year guarantee well worth the cost of a call ,
#10
Thanks theyiddo.Just bought mine via phone from John Lewis store with free delivery ,will take 10 days with night freight.Also got the 5 year guarantee.Although it does not show yet on their website,JL have dropped the price to £599.99.I am cockahoop with this deal,unfortunately my other half will kill me long before it is delivered.
#11
Is this the one that is black with the silver frame ? & not the piano shiny black one. I don't like the shiny ones. :?
#12
spaaa
The other offer i'm looking at is the 40V3000 @ Dixons for £630, and then some quidco.


£599 delivered here: http://www.teleworldplc.com/model.asp?Detail=Yes&ModelID=220
#13
£175 extra for 5 year guarantee,not clever.
#14
I see from the Currys website (look at the view more product info option) it might be a bit costly to power this beast, especially given rising energy prices !!

[COLOR="Blue"]On power consumption 193 KWh/24hr Power usage when up and running[/COLOR]

Perhaps it doubles as a furnace, or is just a really hot deal (sorry)
#15
savasaint
I see from the Currys website (look at the view more product info option) it might be a bit costly to power this beast, especially given rising energy prices !!

[COLOR="Blue"]On power consumption 193 KWh/24hr Power usage when up and running[/COLOR]

Perhaps it doubles as a furnace, or is just a really hot deal (sorry)


What dose this mean exactly in running costs ?
#16
ZARGONE
What dose this mean exactly in running costs ?


I think it means Currys are idiots and will copy n paste any nonsense into their website without checking it. The data suggests the set runs at ~8KW, typically £1.20 an hour at current rates. I hope this is nonsense or else I'm joining the Green Party tomorrow .....
#17
savasaint
I think it means Currys are idiots and will copy n paste any nonsense into their website without checking it. The data suggests the set runs at ~8KW, typically £1.20 an hour at current rates. I hope this is nonsense or else I'm joining the Green Party tomorrow .....


Kin hell :shock: Must be a mistake. If not I'm joining with you.
#18
its 193 watt per hour when its ON
#19
A (very) rough calculation suggests that this set will use approx £40-£50 / year in secondary rate electricity when used for approx 5 hours every day of the year, at current rates. Obviously this might increase depending on energy prices.
#20
price matched empire direct last week with john lewis. got my letter through yesterday agreeing the price match.
very good deal.

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