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TVonics DVRFP150 160GB Freeview & Twin Tuner DVR 80 Hours Record £58.95 inc postage @ QVC £53.00

£53.00 @ QVC
TVonics DVRFP150 160GB Freeview & Twin Tuner DVR 80 Hours Record Item Number: 561803 QVC Price £64.00 Today's Special Value Price £53.00 Availability In stock UK P&P £5.95 does not seem a b… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
TVonics DVRFP150 160GB Freeview & Twin Tuner DVR 80 Hours Record
Item Number: 561803
QVC Price £64.00
Today's Special Value Price £53.00
Availability In stock
UK P&P £5.95

does not seem a bad price for a 160GB DVR and you have a 30 day money back garantee and dont forget 5% quidco

there is a larger one a 250GB one and its £72.45 inc postage but thought that is a better deal heres the link http://www.hotukdeals.com/deal/402686/tvonics-dvrfp250-250gb-freeview-twi/
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banned#1
cold deal
#2
Mascherano
cold deal


Why?
#3
alcatraz1968
Why?


dont think he likes me
#4
its not there anymore! but may get it tommorow! if it is indeed tommorows special value deal
#6
Am i right in thinking that you can't record 2 channels at once on this one?? Think you can only record one whilst you watch one...
2 Likes #7
Things to note:
This is a dual tuner, but single channel recorder (you can watch another channel or pre-recorded programme whilst recording, but cannot record 2 programmes at once).
The picture does not do it justice - these are fabulously engineered units and extremely discrete.
The remote is possibly the best I've ever used with a freeview box - very similar to a SKY remote.
The operation is extremely simple and easy to use.
Don't be worried about not knowing the brand - TVonics are made up of SONY's former UK electronics arm.
This is also very quiet and uses power efficient (think it may be the most efficient freeview box available by quite a margin......or at least it was when I bought mine).
Apparently very good for low signal areas, though I'm central London so have a fab signal.

I'd highly recomend it! I recently tried switching over to using my PS3 as a PVR as it has similar functionality, but a much prettier EPG.........until I got my electric bill (EEK!), and have gone back to this.
#8
had tvonics since november, noisy fan, delay between audio and images on the screen and unhelpful staff. When i had to send it for repair i had to fork out £11 for postage that i didnt recieve back. Be wary....

however this is a good price, maybe i just got a lemon.
#9
Looks a very good price to me, have some heat
#10
Would be a great deal if you could record 2 channels at ones.
#11
N1Andy
Things to note:
This is a dual tuner, but single channel recorder (you can watch another channel or pre-recorded programme whilst recording, but cannot record 2 programmes at once).
The picture does not do it justice - these are fabulously engineered units and extremely discrete.
The remote is possibly the best I've ever used with a freeview box - very similar to a SKY remote.
The operation is extremely simple and easy to use.
Don't be worried about not knowing the brand - TVonics are made up of SONY's former UK electronics arm.
This is also very quiet and uses power efficient (think it may be the most efficient freeview box available by quite a margin......or at least it was when I bought mine).
Apparently very good for low signal areas, though I'm central London so have a fab signal.

I'd highly recomend it! I recently tried switching over to using my PS3 as a PVR as it has similar functionality, but a much prettier EPG.........until I got my electric bill (EEK!), and have gone back to this.


so i can say watch a music channel and record something on itv 2 because i`m tempted to buy the 250GB version and rep added for giving such good infomation
#12
Just to say I have had one of these for 2 years now and I have found them both easy to use, nice GUI and remote and reliable. Only on a couple of occasions has it failed to record, I trust this little device.

A little bonus is that the replacement remotes (which are very Sky like) are available for only £15 from the manufacturer so ends the constant hunt for the lost controls!

5/5 grab one! There are versions that can record 2 different channels at once then buy all means go for the £180+ version..... but with SO many repeats and iPlayer I can live without that...
#13
looks alright, but...
i got a Samsung DVD SH855M for £57.71...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3336805/Samsung-DVD-SH855M-250GB-Multi-Format-DVD-Recorder-With-Built-In-Freeview-And-HDMI/Product.html?cur=257
...today, well chuffed when i saw the price on play!
oh, got it @ COSTCO.
only a single tuner, but can still use the freeview built into my tv when recordin', but @ the price i got it i really can't complain.
#14
Chrissieboy
looks alright, but...
i got a Samsung DVD SH855M for £57.71...
http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3336805/Samsung-DVD-SH855M-250GB-Multi-Format-DVD-Recorder-With-Built-In-Freeview-And-HDMI/Product.html?cur=257
...today, well chuffed when i saw the price on play!
oh, got it @ COSTCO.
only a single tuner, but can still use the freeview built into my tv when recordin', but @ the price i got it i really can't complain.


dont have a costco near me so thats no help
#15
SUPERCOOLWILLOW
so i can say watch a music channel and record something on itv 2 because i`m tempted to buy the 250GB version and rep added for giving such good infomation


Yep, can watch TV on 1 channel whilst recording another.
#16
N1Andy
Yep, can watch TV on 1 channel whilst recording another.


ta mate would rep you again but cant at the moment
#17
50% have gone in 20 minutes... If you are reading in the morning this will have gone!
#18
barginz
50% have gone in 20 minutes... If you are reading in the morning this will have gone!


well i know i dont think i helped lol
banned#19
I have this tvonics one and it is excellent for the money but not in the same league as a humax. the failure to record 2 channels at once eventually becomes very annoying.

Sometimes, it loses sync between audio and video after fast forwarding but a simple click on the pause then play buttons corrects it. Very quiet and low energy and looks stylish too.
banned#20
#21
both models sold out
#22
Gutted, is this available anywhere else for a higher price? Don't mind paying £90 (extra £30 on top of this) to be honest
#23
I don't think these have series link on them, unlike the Humax
#24
blizeH
Gutted, is this available anywhere else for a higher price? Don't mind paying £90 (extra £30 on top of this) to be honest


agreed - let us know if anything is available. i put a back-order in, but wouldn't mind paying a few quid more. (although lack of series link would be a pain..)
1 Like #25
blizeH
Gutted, is this available anywhere else for a higher price? Don't mind paying £90 (extra £30 on top of this) to be honest


how about here - £89.99 http://www.tvonics.com/dvr-fp150.html
#26
My friend has one of these, no series link, no dual recorders, no updated firmware Get a Humax you wont regret having one
#27
Huge thanks for the £90 link!

Which Humax are you guys on about? And how much is it?

Cheers
#28
blizeH
Huge thanks for the £90 link!

Which Humax are you guys on about? And how much is it?

Cheers


I was asking for help about freeview boxes last week, and Joshm posted this on the thread about Humax. Hope that helps.

"For 100 quid, I would perhaps recommend a 160GB Humax PVR 9200. This is straight from Humax Direct with a year's warranty but is classed as a 'grade A' unit (maybe refurbished or similar).
http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/product...=20034&cat=stb
Delivery is another fiver on top.

I have a Topfield 5800 myself but that's a little more expensive. The Humax units have a very good reputation and tick all of the right boxes. I think maybe the only thing more modern ones (as in 'just out') provide is something called Freeview Plus whereby the EPG (aka the programme guide) can be updated at short notice to deal with over-runs etc."

EDIT - try this link instead http://www.humaxdirect.co.uk/prodCat2.asp?cat=Factory
#29
magpieno1;5395985
how about here - £89.99 http://www.tvonics.com/dvr-fp150.html


You have to be joking? Why would anyone pay 90 quid for one of these? I am VERY doubtful of it being worth 59 quid!

I am no fan of refurbs, but 100quid for a refurb Humax is still way, way ahead of this!
#30
still glad i bought the bigger version last nite
#31
mine has just come my 250GB one

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