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Technosonic 26 Inch HD Ready LCD TV £172.98

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8y, 1m agoFound 8 years, 1 month ago
720p 26" LCD TV with built in Freeview.

Tech Spec:
" 26'' widescreen HD ready LCD TV
" HDMI input
" NICAM Stereo for Digital sound quality
" Panel resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels
" Auto tuning and program storage
" Teletext with 1000 page memory
" Twin Scart sockets for connection to DVD player / Sky box
" Remote control

These are Technosonic GRADE A units, meaning that they have been returned to a major retailer either as a failed delivery, under a money back guarantee, cancelled order or unwanted gift.
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#1
suprise suprise another boffer deal
#2
cullet16
suprise suprise another boffer deal


Yes, probably because a lot of us think they're quite good and it's nice to post these things for people who haven't heard of Boffer before. :-D

I just got the same email - passing it to a friend who's about to spend £250 on a similar TV in Costco. Heat added.
#3
panddda
Yes, probably because a lot of us think they're quite good and it's nice to post these things for people who haven't heard of Boffer before. :-D

I just got the same email - passing it to a friend who's about to spend £250 on a similar TV in Costco. Heat added.



I have to say that comparing a TV with a 90 warranty to a TV sold at Costco with it's amazing electricals warranty isn't really a fair comparison. This TV may be cheaper, but the Costco warranty is worth a fair amount. I may also be wrong, but if Costco are selling a TV at £250, I should imagine it'll be a more desirable brand. (I don't necessarily mean better quality by the way.)

Think I may call Costco and see what it is that they have in stock, for £250 it sounds cheaper than Currys, Comet, Tesco, Richer SOunds or Amazon for a full-warranty 26" TV at the minute.
#4
What a chav outfit these clowns sound...was thinking of a purchase till I read the sh!te they were saying about the TV...what a load of tosh.
#5
mikeyw
What a chav outfit these clowns sound...was thinking of a purchase till I read the sh!te they were saying about the TV...what a load of tosh.


LOL, yeh i think they run there opperation from a large caravan, somewere near emerdale farm.
#6
"meaning that they have been returned to a major retailer either as a failed delivery, under a money back guarantee, cancelled order or unwanted gift."

Oh, that sounds wonderful... a new machine for a low price..... exactly what i was looking for - 22" would have done, but 26" might be even better - I didn't even look at the rest of the post, and clicked away, and then I realised it was Boffer again! You forgot this bit from the description of "Grade A" -

[COLOR=Black]"The product is therefore returned to source where it is tested (repaired if faulty) and repacked. Some units may have slight marks from the handling they receive. [/COLOR]"


So how does "repaired if faulty" equate in ANY way with the first line? This is simply tripe! "Return under money back guarantee" might well be true, but that means they had to give them the money back because it was bust!
In other words, it is the usual "refurb" which means it was used, it bust, it got sent back and now it is patched it up & because it didn't look too belted about they are trying their best to make it sound like it actually isn't secondhand!

At least some other retailers are upfront and don't dress up their secondhand kit as new!
#7
Should be mentioned in the headline that this tv is not new (grade a). It is misleading his way.
#8
Yes that's true....but there is still an Emmerdale farm.
#9
Its a good deal if the set lasts longer than the 90 day period, preferably 9 month longer :-D

But having seen and bought items from this company better known as BigPockets i would prefer to spend a few quid more on something with a better warranty. Anyone remember the diy pvr or the bag of crap? the company is a joke and although they will re-inburse you if it fails i would rather have something that work properly from the start rather than **** about sending stuff back because i wanted to save a few quid.

This is cheap for a reason ;-)
#10
Its at this cheap price for a reason......... this TV is Junk!
#11
They don't even know the full specification of the TV, where is my refresh rate and contrast ratio? To be fair its a bit ridiculous, sorry OP :\
#12
utfrag
LOL, yeh i think they run there opperation from a large caravan, somewere near emerdale farm.


Hey don't knock Emmerdale - ironically i live about 5miles away from where it's filmed.....stunningly beautiful part of the country...:thumbsup:....no home on rubber wheels for me either :-D

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