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Tevion twin 7" screen in car DVD player @ Aldi for £59.99

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banned7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Cheapest one I have seen for a twin screen set. Saw it in store today reduced from £79.99 to £59.99
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#1
What size screen is this?
banned#2
kylepotters
What size screen is this?


Sorry 7", knew I would forget summit :lol:
#3
hiya, do you know if they have a mains charger aswell as incar?
banned#4
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces
banned#5
lucki
hiya, do you know if they have a mains charger aswell as incar?


Sorry no, just looked at the price as I walked past.

I would imagine they probably would, but cannot gaurantee
banned#6
Mascherano
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces


Yeah but the trick is not to watch the DVD whilst driving, then you wont crash :roll:
#7
Had one of these for a year or so, there is a mains adaptor with them but they do not have a battery, I think running 2 screens would mean it would not last long in any case.

on the up side, the screens are high resolution and very clear. Each screen has 2 headphone sockets and built in speakers which are loud enough to annoy the driver. Been very reliable for us, only problem is sometimes the latch on the lid get stuck, poke it with a pen and it frees up tho.

We got ours from unbeatablegadgets.com for about £35 with a 3 yr warranty which I think is standard with Tevion, just checked and they have no stock.
#8
great find but been to the nuneaton and hinckley store and neither have them, the assistant at nuneaton said they haven't had any in :0(
#9
How do these screens plug into the DVD player? Is it a standard cable or custom? I'd like a couple of screens to try and plug into a netbook playing xvid's.
#10
Bought ours last year. first set got sent back via the phone number on the box (not the shop they dont take it back unless its refunded!) so aafter about a three week wait it came back and has worked ever since. A BARGAIN!!! at this price we paid £79.99 reduced when we got outs.
#11
sculpturatus
Yeah but the trick is not to watch the DVD whilst driving, then you wont crash :roll:


I think you're missing their point :roll:
#12
Agree with the above - i.e. we have one too and have been very happy with it. Deffo helps keep the rugrats quiet on long journeys. Also bought ours from Unbeatable Gadgets - and the door catch sticks! Hot if you can find one!
#13
Mascherano
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces


Oh come on, use them properly and secure them like any intelligent adult would and they will be FINE!!! What is this nanny state country coming to FGS :roll:

[COLOR="Red"]URGENT NEWSFLASH..... Dont carry tissues in the centre console, in an accident they act as a flamethrower and singe your kids eyebrows off :roll:[/COLOR]
#14
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[COLOR="Red"]URGENT NEWSFLASH..... Dont carry tissues in the centre console, in an accident they act as a flamethrower and singe your kids eyebrows off :roll:[/COLOR][/QUOTE]

Thanks for the heads up, not heard about flamethrower tissues before! Will have to wipe my nose on sleeve as i used too.
#15
seeweed
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[COLOR="Red"]URGENT NEWSFLASH..... Dont carry tissues in the centre console, in an accident they act as a flamethrower and singe your kids eyebrows off :roll:[/COLOR]

Thanks for the heads up, not heard about flamethrower tissues before! Will have to wipe my nose on sleeve as i used too.


Tis true, a bloke down the pub told me so it MUST be right :p

Just to let you know, wiping your nose on your sleeve is a direct ccontravention of EU regulation 1.3.45.3c.89g.x32 which strictly forbids it. Between the EU and the PC brigade you will lucky if you will be able to wipe your own bum before long.....:roll:
#16
Mascherano
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces


Surely, in a colision scenario, if they're positioned on the back of the drivers/passengers headrest, then Newton's law of motion means they try to fly towards the drivers neck?
#17
HankMcSpank
Surely, in a colision scenario, if they're positioned on the back of the drivers/passengers headrest, then Newton's law of motion means they try to fly towards the drivers neck?


Conversely though, in a rear end shunt the car would accelerate faster than the units and they could therefore, IF YOU WERE TOO STUPID TO SECURE THEM PROPERLY, hit a passenger in the face.... although given the speed needed to make this a problem, I would expect that they would have more pressing problems such as crushed bones and whiplash :whistling:
#19


Quote from your link:
"What's more, to reinforce the importance of fitting items in accordance with the manufacturers' guidelines, testers attached one sat-nav cradle incorrectly - and the consequences were disastrous. During the impact, the unit flew dangerously through the car, again posing a risk to occupants in the rear."
Reinfording what I said, fit it wrong and and its a hazzard...... so is not tightening your wheel nuts after a wheel change..

Also said:
"the impact of a rear-end collision can tear a DVD player from the driver's headrest, jolt mobile phones in their cradles and send sat-nav units crashing on to drivers' feet." LOL....:roll:

Dangers are everywhere..... if you are THAT paranoid, just don't travel, stay inside under the duvet and hope that an airplane doesn't crash through the roof and kill you.... The biggest danger of the modern age is the internet as everyone can get "expert" quotes to back up anything, if I posted a link to a site that said we were all made of bread I'm sure I could find a link to prove it :roll:
#20
Apparently it is safer to fly!

Maybe this is because, not only are the screens on the back of the seats fitted by professionals, but also it is an extremely rare event for a plane to be rear ended. Though I have never seen a SATNAV in a plane so maybe there is something to be worried about that pilots know and are keeping to themselves.

Gets you thinking doesn't it.

Also surely under Newtons laws it is impossible for a heavy plane to actually get off the ground, and flight truely is impossible, we just havn't realised it yet.:whistling:
#21
eye will

Also surely under Newtons laws it is impossible for a heavy plane to actually get off the ground, and flight truely is impossible, we just havn't realised it yet.:whistling:


Its like the moon landings..... it does not happen. When you board a plane they put LSD into the free drinks, they then show you videos of holiday stuff so that you actually think you have been away...... :p
banned#22
frakison
Quote from your link:
Reinfording what I said, fit it wrong and and its a hazzard...... so is not tightening your wheel nuts after a wheel change..

You quoted the bit about sat-navs.
This is the quote about DVD players (which you ignored):
In the crash test, the Velcro fastening was torn from the bag, and the player hit the dummy's head. This happened even though the bag was correctly fitted, and the strap had been checked by technicians before the test
I wouldnt have one in my car, personally. I would pay a bit more and get DVD screens fitted into the headrests
#23
Mascherano
You quoted the bit about sat-navs.
This is the quote about DVD players (which you ignored):
In the crash test, the Velcro fastening was torn from the bag, and the player hit the dummy's head. This happened even though the bag was correctly fitted, and the strap had been checked by technicians before the test
I wouldnt have one in my car, personally. I would pay a bit more and get DVD screens fitted into the headrests


its all gone a bit quiet now ......
#24
phatbhoy;6221071
its all gone a bit quiet now ......

they've crashed and burned
banned#25
toonarmani
I think you're missing their point :roll:


You dont say :w00t: :roll:
banned#26
phatbhoy
its all gone a bit quiet now ......


Hey for £59.99 you get a twin screen DVD player and the possibility of knocking your kids out, bargain if you ask me on those long journeys :-D
#27
For those that can't find them in Aldi, I've just seen a two-screen system for the same price in the Donnington Telford Asda. Not sure what make they are as they just had a box full of leaflets that you take to the checkout, but there were loads in stock.
#28
Mascherano
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces


Only if you get hit from the rear I suspect.
#29
Is this old stock or a recent deal ? I want a small lcd screen to fit under the kitchen units this would be a cheap option.
banned#30
Mascherano;6214072
These are a terrible hazard in the event of a collision. They fly straight towards your kids' faces

ignore this guy,hes a bit of a drama queen!:whistling:

smashing deal by the way.
#31
tbh my satnavs probably gonna kill one of the kids in the back anyhow so they might as well enjoy watching 'Handy Manny' in the last few moments before they get tomtommed to death!
#32
phatbhoy
its all gone a bit quiet now ......


Mascherano
You quoted the bit about sat-navs.
This is the quote about DVD players (which you ignored):
In the crash test, the Velcro fastening was torn from the bag, and the player hit the dummy's head. This happened even though the bag was correctly fitted, and the strap had been checked by technicians before the test
I wouldnt have one in my car, personally. I would pay a bit more and get DVD screens fitted into the headrests


Nope, far from "crashed and burned" just out (I don't stop on this site all day!!). The only bit quoting the DVD states that it was in one of those cheap cacky holdall things WHICH ARE NOT SECURE!!!! the DVD player just sits on the case which attaches to the seat and acts as a makedo shelf. I quoted the Satnav as the only reference to DVD on the link you gave said and I quote:
"Our main pictures show how a DVD player hits a baby dummy sitting in the rear seat, which would cause [B]potentially critical head injuries in real life."[/B]

Well I'm sorry but I would NEVER use that form of attachment, there is more chance of the seat coming off than my sons DVD player as its secured PROPERLY around the headrest with two velcro bands which have 6" of bonding. The other thing is that anything stating "could" or "potentially" loses value in my eyes. It becomes an over bearing nanny state over precaution which if followed to the letter would prevent you from doing ANYTHING in life. Your car is a POTENTIAL murder weapon....... you still going to drive it????? :roll:

As for you going to "pay a bit more and get DVD screens fitted into the headrests" well its not a BIT more its a LOT more plus they become an attraction to thieves so your car will be trashed and you will be back to square one.... I'd rather have th option to take them out.
#33
Went to local Aldi these are £89.99!
#34
We have the Tevion dual dvd player and it's great. Only prob is my 2 year old broke her screen with a hammer:x, anyone have an old one that is maybe broken but would like to sell me one of the screens? I'm in Ireland and will pay p & p too obivously.

Thanks,
Silvergirl
banned#35
Silvergirl
We have the Tevion dual dvd player and it's great. Only prob is my 2 year old broke her screen with a hammer:x, anyone have an old one that is maybe broken but would like to sell me one of the screens? I'm in Ireland and will pay p & p too obivously.

Thanks,
Silvergirl


post your wanted request on the FS/Trade board for more responses maybe?:thumbsup:

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