Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40W5500 1080p LCD TV - £664.05 @ M&S - HotUKDeals
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For today only M&S have a Sony Bravia 40'' KDL-40W5500 1080p LCD TV. Including 5 year warranty for only £699, discount shown at checkout. Using Quidco the tv is 664.05 delivered!
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#1
Only HD ready for £664.05 you havin a laff
#2
kjbenja
Only HD ready for £664.05 you havin a laff


It's actually Full HD but the title is wrong. This is a good price when you take into account the 5 year warranty too but you can get it for £649.99 at Amazon. Heat added.
#3
Cheaper at Dixons £677 - 3% quidco = £656.69
#4
kjbenja
Cheaper at Dixons £677 - 3% quidco = £656.69


Doesn't have 5 year warranty at DIxons
#5
No 5 year warranty at dixons though. Counts for a few quid on a big purchase like this surely?
#6
Just pointing out that you could buy cheaper if price is more important, how many people actually keep a telly for 5 years anyway?
#7
kjbenja
Just pointing out that you could buy cheaper if price is more important, how many people actually keep a telly for 5 years anyway?


Are you joking? you get a new telly less than every five years? :?
#8
kjbenja
Just pointing out that you could buy cheaper if price is more important, how many people actually keep a telly for 5 years anyway?

Crikey.......society is more disposable than I previously feared!:?
#9
I buy a new one every couple of years, obviously I am the only one.
#10
kjbenja
I buy a new one every couple of years, obviously I am the only one.


When are you due a new one? Ill take your current one off you, ya see :p
#11
Doesn't this model suffer from clouding and backlight problems?
#12
wazza
Doesn't this model suffer from clouding and backlight problems?


I believe it does but still a good set.
#13
heat added, but it's getting a bit dated now, they need a new model, i mean new tech, not just eco stuff that they hang off the same panels etc
#14
Wodja
I believe it does but still a good set.


there is not a perfect full hd set out there... for less than 1k, each has it's quirks
#15
Good tv ,got one,cost 499,does Sony still do the 100 cashback?
#16
kjbenja
I buy a new one every couple of years, obviously I am the only one.


I guess there really is one born every minute :roll: I buy QUALITY sets that are expensive BUT last for ever. My current TV was the top of the range at the time and cost over £1300 eight years ago, its only CRT but its often mistaken for a HD LCD due to its clarity. Although I'd love to upgrade it to a 42" theres just no justification, I have yet to see an LCD/ Plasma that can beat it unless its running SkyHD (which I refuse to pay for on principal) or BlueRay (which is another industry con as Im not re-buying my DVD collection).

I guess either Im just prudent or perhaps you're just loaded (and we all know the theory of a fool and their money :roll:). Horses for courses I suppose but Im sure you could find a better use for £3000?????

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