Toshiba 22BV500B - 22" Widescreen HD Ready LCD TV With Freeview - £125.99 Delivered *Using Voucher Code* @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Amazon offering extra 10% off until 27 March :-)

Use code in box below to get price down to £125.99 from £139.99.

CODE Is - DIGITEN2


Full owner's manual here: http://www.toshiba-om.net/LCD/PDF/English/Country_Specific/BV500-22-English-Specific.pdf

Manufacturer's Description
The Toshiba 22BV500B offers the reassurance of Toshiba quality combined with highly affordable prices; It features a gloss black design and each model offers an HD connectivity which supports 720p resolution content, the standard of most HD broadcasts. An HD Ready TV will be able to display an HD feed from any HD source; Integrated Freeview provides access to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations, No subscription, no contract, no fuss PC input allows quick and easy connection to your laptop or PC so the 22BV500B can double as a PC monitor; USB connectivity provides an easy way to playback your music and photos directly via your TV.

HD Ready
Supports 720p resolution content, the standard of most HD broadcast. An HD Ready TV will be able to display an HD feed from any HD source.

HDMI
HDMI connectivity makes it easy to connect to Blu-ray players, HD games consoles and other devices.

USB
USB connectivity provides an easy way to playback your music and photos directly via your TV.

Freeview
Built-in Freeview is the easiest way to enjoy digital for free. There are to up to 50 digital TV channels and 24 radio stations. No subscription, no contract, no fuss.

PC Input
PC input allows quick and easy connection to your laptop or PC so your TV can double as a PC monitor.
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#1
price is £139 now
#2
flatlander
price is £139 now


You have to use the code provided
#3
flatlander
price is £139 now


As my post says, use the code to get extra 10% off - that's £14 off £139.99 = £125.99
#4
we have 2 of these and for the kitchen and bedroom you can't go wrong
#6
what's with the price crash on TVs lately.. has everyone already got a tv in every room or something?
#7
Gunner4Life
Is it only on this tv the 10% off ? Thanks


There's a small selection you can use the code on:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=bt_atcg_mm?ie=UTF8&ie=UTF8&docId=1000494993&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-sign-in&pf_rd_r=01VH2RZHEQ454MGKCE4P&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=233599607&pf_rd_i=560858

Also some digi boxes included in offer.
#8
KingCampo
Gunner4Life
Is it only on this tv the 10% off ? Thanks


There's a small selection you can use the code on:
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Ffeature.html%2Fref%3Dbt_atcg_mm%3Fie%3DUTF8%26ie%3DUTF8%26docId%3D1000494993%26pf_rd_m%3DA3P5ROKL5A1OLE%26pf_rd_s%3Dcenter-sign-in%26pf_rd_r%3D01VH2RZHEQ454MGKCE4P%26pf_rd_t%3D101%26pf_rd_p%3D233599607%26pf_rd_i%3D560858]
http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/feature.html/ref=bt_atcg_mm?ie=UTF8&ie=UTF8&docId=1000494993&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=center-sign-in&pf_rd_r=01VH2RZHEQ454MGKCE4P&pf_rd_t=101&pf_rd_p=233599607&pf_rd_i=560858[/url]

Also some digi boxes included in offer.


Thanks 8) Shame its little use to me (_;)
#9
Smiff
what's with the price crash on TVs lately.. has everyone already got a tv in every room or something?


LED and 3D TV's are starting to take over so standard LCD's are tumbling in price.

Have to say that a couple of the user reviews for this aren't too favourable.

Now £139 at Argos too if anyone has vouchers or Nectar points to use there.

Edited By: RedOnRed on Mar 15, 2011 21:18
#10
I bought Toshiba tvs for Twenty years.
After my first 37" lcd tosh tv, i can say.
Never,never again.
#11
RedOnRed
Smiff
what's with the price crash on TVs lately.. has everyone already got a tv in every room or something?


LED and 3D TV's are starting to take over so standard LCD's are tumbling in price.

Have to say that a couple of the user reviews for this aren't too favourable.

Now £139 at [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fstatic%2FProduct%2FpartNumber%2F5296400.htm%3F_%24ja%3Dtsid%3A11527%7Ccc%3A%7Cprd%3A5296400%7Ccat%3Ahome%2Bentertainment%2Band%2Bsat%2Bnav%2B%252F%2Btelevisions%2B%252F%2Blcd%2Btvs%2B%252F]Argos[/url] too if anyone has vouchers or Nectar points to use there.


True about LEDs ... and don't forget you can use Nectar points at Amazon too.

Reviews from Argos buyers much more favourable.


Edited By: KingCampo on Mar 15, 2011 21:36
1 Like #12
toycollector
I bought Toshiba tvs for Twenty years.
After my first 37" lcd tosh tv, i can say.
Never,never again.


Funny you should say that...my Dad bought a 37" Tosh on the strength of some Which review and it had to be returned early on due to a fault. They (John Lewis) then replaced it with a different upgraded larger Toshiba which straight from the off has had a very noticeable vertical black line permanently down the middle of the screen. Being a stubborn old **** he can't be bothered to return it.

Add to that the poor overall performance compared to the Panasonic's that I have and I have to say that it's been enough turn me off the brand.
#13
RedOnRed
toycollector
I bought Toshiba tvs for Twenty years.
After my first 37" lcd tosh tv, i can say.
Never,never again.


Funny you should say that...my Dad bought a 37" Tosh on the strength of some Which review and it had to be returned early on due to a fault. They (John Lewis) then replaced it with a different upgraded larger Toshiba which straight from the off has had a very noticeable vertical black line permanently down the middle of the screen. Being a stubborn old **** he can't be bothered to return it.

Add to that the poor overall performance compared to the Panasonic's that I have and I have to say that it's been enough turn me off the brand.


My main TV is a Panny and I wouldn't swap it for anything.

However, for an extra bedroom TV this is excellent value.
#14
I've got my eyes down to a Samsung UE22C4000 from Amazon at the moment. Not too cheap but worth the bit extra IMO and like most latest LED TV's has a handy extra HDMI socket.
#15
I've just bought 2 of these for daughters' bedrooms, was already in the process of researching 22" TV options - including this Toshiba - but the additional 10% cliched the deal for me. Sometimes you have to stop the research when there's such a good price on offer. I'm happy bunny :3

The only thing that has perplexed me is just is what the difference between the BV and KV ranges. Even the side-by-side comparison on Toshiba's own website doesn't explain it! The spec appears identical. The only difference I have found is that the BV are sold exclusively via Argos (that's from the horse's mouth - Toshiba's own website) .. which would explain how come the specs are actually identical, but then .. how come Amazon are selling the BV too ?!
1 Like #16
RedOnRed
I've got my eyes down to a Samsung UE22C4000 ... worth the bit extra IMO

worth the bit extra ?! This Toshiba is available at £125.99 and you are comparing it to something costing £199 ?? Come on mate, play the game with a straight bat !
#17
Very cheap tempted for the kitchen
#18
nice find
#19
alorenz
RedOnRed
I've got my eyes down to a Samsung UE22C4000 ... worth the bit extra IMO


worth the bit extra ?! This Toshiba is available at £125.99 and you are comparing it to something costing £199 ?? Come on mate, play the game with a straight bat !


Lol, this is a good deal for a minimum spend LCD TV that they're trying to shift but the Samsung at £70 extra will have a far better picture and is better specced.
#20
Voted hot for the tempting price but the mixed reviews are putting me off purchasing.

This TV seems to have got better feedback but is a year older so dunno whether it's worth the extra £25...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-m227wdp-22-full-hd-1080p-lcd-tv-149-99-delivered-amazon/898752/

RedOnRed
alorenz
RedOnRed
I've got my eyes down to a Samsung UE22C4000 ... worth the bit extra IMO


worth the bit extra ?! This Toshiba is available at £125.99 and you are comparing it to something costing £199 ?? Come on mate, play the game with a straight bat !


Lol, this is a good deal for a minimum spend LCD TV that they're trying to shift but the Samsung at £70 extra will have a far better picture and is better specced.

That Samsung does look like a quality set, if the 10% code applied to that too I'd be tempted at £179.99 but currently it's a bit too much for me to spend on a spare room TV.
#21
SteveAWOL
Voted hot for the tempting price but the mixed reviews are putting me off purchasing.

This TV seems to have got better feedback but is a year older so dunno whether it's worth the extra £25...

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-m227wdp-22-full-hd-1080p-lcd-tv-149-99-delivered-amazon/898752/

RedOnRed
alorenz
RedOnRed
I've got my eyes down to a Samsung UE22C4000 ... worth the bit extra IMO

worth the bit extra ?! This Toshiba is available at £125.99 and you are comparing it to something costing £199 ?? Come on mate, play the game with a straight bat !

Lol, this is a good deal for a minimum spend LCD TV that they're trying to shift but the Samsung at £70 extra will have a far better picture and is better specced.
That Samsung does look like a quality set, if the 10% code applied to that too I'd be tempted at £179.99 but currently it's a bit too much for me to spend on a spare room TV.

The bed room TV i'm looking to replace is a Panny 20" LCD and you could think why bother. The thing is that it is just an LCD TV and has no Freeview or HD, so this time i'm determined to get a more future proof TV and one that I really want even if it does cost 70 quid more.
#22
I think these are probably Vestel made, not saying it's good or bad but many smaller 'branded' LCD's seem to be rebadged Vestels.
#23
Thanks for this post but I just got a PANASONIC TX-L22D28BP LED TV for £151.09 from Play.com. It's a return and direct from Play.
#24
alorenz
the BV are sold exclusively via Argos (that's from the horse's mouth - Toshiba's own website) .. but then .. how come Amazon are selling the BV too ?!

well the 2 of these I ordered from Amazon arrived today, and I noticed on the side of the boxes is a plain white sticker obscuring another sticker displaying a code "529/6400" .. and this just happens to be the catalogue part number for the TV at argos ... methinks I've solved the puzzle!

interesting though, Amazon have evidently got a load of argos's old stock and are shifting it for them. what's even more interesting is that Amazon have got these discounted down to £125.99, whereas argos are discounted from £179.99 to £139.99. I can't work out how it could possibly be better business for argos to have sold them onto amazon rather than shifted the stock through their own increased discounting and thus attract people into their stores (even as a classic loss-leader if the margins were non-existent) ?!?

Edited By: alorenz on Mar 17, 2011 18:04

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