Technika 32-2000 - 32" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV with Freeview HD - £249 @ Tesco Direct - HotUKDeals
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The Technika 32-2000 HD ready LCD TV with built-in Freeview HD has a 720p resolution with 50Hz picture frequency and 1100:1 contrast ratio. The TV features NICAM Stereo Sound, a 7 day electronic programme guide and PC input. The Technika 32-2000 has 3 HDMI connections, 2 SCART sockets and 2 USB ports.
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#1
I have put this on here as I think it was and had expired.

I bought one of these last month because I thought it was too good to pass up. I have put it on the wall in the bedroom and is an excellent second tv - in fact if I may even put it in the living room when my old CRT passes over to the tv scrap yard in the sky.. or tip..

At £249 it sounds reasonably priced but not great as there are better manufacturers out there for around the same price bracket when I bought mine there was a voucher code for £10 off tesco direct which made it £239.

PLUS you receive the 3000 extra club card points when you purchase through tesco direct online. Add that to the 498 clubcard points you get for the purchase and you have £34.98 of vouchers to redeem in store. That makes the tv just over £200.. for a 32inch TV.. if like me you use your clubcard vouchers for rewards, then you get 3 time their value; which equates to not £34.98 off the tv, but £104.94!

That makes the tv I bought £134.06......... now you know why I had to buy one.. even if I found out it was rubbish.. which I am very happy to report is not. As it is actually made by Sharp.
#2
Hope they have improved these sets as they were a pile of poo. We had one that lasted 7 months then two thick lines appeared down each side of the screen. If you have been watching a channel that has its logo dosplayed then it burnt into the screen lol so when you turned over it was still visible. Customer services were a nightmare we argued for a new set - got one that was a recon and ended up the same after about a week! Hope yours is the bargain you think it is but I would avoid this like the plague. I suppose with Tesco you might get better CS if it does go wrong
#3
If you buy this is a Tesco Extra/homeplus you can trade an old tv in for £50 off. So makes it a very price!
#4
ADAMHODG
If you buy this is a Tesco Extra/homeplus you can trade an old tv in for £50 off. So makes it a very price!
Yes its £199 with trade in at LOUGHBOROUGH tesco a bargain with freeview hd !!!!!!!!!
#5
caroline150969
Hope they have improved these sets as they were a pile of poo. We had one that lasted 7 months then two thick lines appeared down each side of the screen. If you have been watching a channel that has its logo dosplayed then it burnt into the screen lol so when you turned over it was still visible. Customer services were a nightmare we argued for a new set - got one that was a recon and ended up the same after about a week! Hope yours is the bargain you think it is but I would avoid this like the plague. I suppose with Tesco you might get better CS if it does go wrong



cheers for this... if it goes wrong at any time i will add a comment.
#6
frenchy77
I have put this on here as I think it was and had expired.

I bought one of these last month because I thought it was too good to pass up. I have put it on the wall in the bedroom and is an excellent second tv - in fact if I may even put it in the living room when my old CRT passes over to the tv scrap yard in the sky.. or tip..

At £249 it sounds reasonably priced but not great as there are better manufacturers out there for around the same price bracket when I bought mine there was a voucher code for £10 off tesco direct which made it £239.

PLUS you receive the 3000 extra club card points when you purchase through tesco direct online. Add that to the 498 clubcard points you get for the purchase and you have £34.98 of vouchers to redeem in store. That makes the tv just over £200.. for a 32inch TV.. if like me you use your clubcard vouchers for rewards, then you get 3 time their value; which equates to not £34.98 off the tv, but £104.94!

That makes the tv I bought £134.06......... now you know why I had to buy one.. even if I found out it was rubbish.. which I am very happy to report is not. As it is actually made by Sharp.


which bracket did you use as the website stated it wasnt wall mountable?? as i have one and would like to put it on the wall! thanks


Edited By: joanneg1980 on Jun 27, 2011 22:13

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