Sony KDL-37EX503 100Hz 37" LCD TV - £657.99 @ Comet (or £599.99 using Sony Trade In) - HotUKDeals
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Sony KDL-37EX503 100Hz 37" LCD TV - £657.99 @ Comet (or £599.99 using Sony Trade In)

£657.99 @ Testing
The current price is £699.99 but you can get a discount of 6% using the code AW6499 to get it for £657.99. This offer expires Tuesday 13 July 2010 (in 3 days). Alternatively trade in your old TV … Read More
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
The current price is £699.99 but you can get a discount of 6% using the code AW6499 to get it for £657.99. This offer expires Tuesday 13 July 2010 (in 3 days).

Alternatively trade in your old TV to get £100 off using voucher code BRAVIA100 making a price of £599.99. This trade in price expires tomorrow, Sunday 11th July I believe (but not certain).

It may be possible to use both codes to reduce the price even further, but I havent been successful here.

This is a brilliant price for a brilliant TV. Nearest competitors are Amazon £679, Multizone £698, Argos £699, Currys £704 (using code SALE6) and Tesco £749 and John Lewis £799.

Product Features

* Relax with a premium, yet affordable BRAVIA®® experience
* Enjoy smooth, detailed, superior picture quality with 100Hz technology
* Watch subscription free, High Definition TV with Freeview HD built in
* Access YouTube™ and Catch Up TV with BRAVIA® Internet Video
* Easily connect to Blu-ray players, PCs, games consoles and more via HDMI, DLNA, USB and BRAVIA® Sync

Technical Details

High dynamic contrast ratio
Clear Voice
DLNA home networking technology
Scene Select
Eco Settings
USB Media Player
Swivel function
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6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago
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#1
How can people vote this cold?

-the Sony trade in discount is £100, twice the normal £50
-the TV is considerably cheaper than anywhere else.
-this is a quality Bravia LCD, it's a 2010 model (unlike the W5500 advertised on this forum)
-it has many advanced facilities (including wi-fi connectivity)
-its not reported as having any problems

Good deals get buried in HUKD and I think it's happening again. Pity those cold voters dont give a reason
#2
gekkoa
How can people vote this cold?-the Sony trade in discount is £100, twice the normal £50-the TV is considerably cheaper than anywhere else.-this is a quality Bravia LCD, it's a 2010 model (unlike the W5500 advertised on this forum)-it has many advanced facilities (including wi-fi connectivity)-its not reported as having any problemsGood deals get buried in HUKD and I think it's happening again. Pity those cold voters dont give a reason

could be as it's cheaper elsewhere (no idea who this company is, but they are cheaper anyway).

and what's wrong with the W5500? I have the 40" version and it's awesome!

not voted by the way before you have a hissy fit.
#3
Qtechworld.com are widely regarded as scammers. Look here:-

http://www.hotukdeals.com/misc/has-anyone-ever-bought-anything-off/715990

http://uk.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100707111332AAtvIjK

http://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/showthread.php?p=34219331

You are not something to do with them are you?

The OP was a good deal that's got buried in HUKD by the ignorant (again).

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