TWF Freeview HD Ready LCD TV (Model No. LCD3261D) £352.49 INC VAT - HotUKDeals
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32" LCD TV
6.5ms Response Time
1 x HDMI Socket
USB Socket
TWF brand is a re-badged DMTech
26" Version Available for £293.74 INC VAT
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there is'nt a link - it's a store deal only :thumbsup:
expensive. £299 is about right for 32" LCD.
my first 32" twf lcd was dead on arrival from Sainsburys [jan 2007], my replacement stopped powering on after 5 months... there was no manufacturers number or address in the booklet that came with it... Sainsburys helpline told me that twf did not have their own helpline.... Personally I am staying away from this company..... Others might think the same....
:-( My first 32TWF Tv from sainsbury @345 last december started playing funny games second day and was returned within a week...
No phone support
No website
Nothing availabe if u search google
I will never buy unbranded TV ....
expensive. £299 is about right for 32" LCD.

Honest question: where can I get a 32" LCD with integrated freeview for £299?
I've seen analogs ones for that price but I don't recall any with freeview. I realise that if you are always watching sky that's not useful, but if you want freeview, you will need to go and buy a separate freeview box, (£20-£30?) and have it sitting ugly by the TV. In my case, I am looking for wall mounting something in the bedroom (maybe more 26" since 32" is quite sizeable for a bedroom) and I do not want to have a freeview box next to it.
expensive. £299 is about right for 32" LCD.

But it is £352.49 as the OP says, not £299.

You have to add the VAT as Macro show the price without it.
Honest question: where can I get a 32" LCD with integrated freeview for £299?

Don't think you can?

You can get a 32" Hannspree for £299 but not with integrated freeview.

I've bolded the word integrated since every set that I've seen is basically just a "bolted in" freeview box with separate channel lists for analogue and digital.

Some sets even use different buttons on the remote control when you switch between analogue & digital for channel changing etc.

I would got for something like the 32" Hannspree and just use a little cheap DTT box or better still a slightly smaller TV and a small DTT PVR.

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