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SHARP LC46X20E 46" LCD TV £999.00

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
The time has come to sell my 46" LCD, as I cannot afford to keep it unfortunately.

The TV was bought brand new from Currys in January of this year, for a grand total of £1299.99, plus the Omnimount for £124.99.

I am willing to sell the TV on it's own, or with the wall mount.

I am open to near offers, so please PM me. This is the latest TV by sharp, and one of the slimmest LCD TVs on the market.

Oh, and it's 1080p ;) Hehe
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Could be couriered, but ideally collection if possible.
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months agoFeedback:14 Positive/0 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
fragaliciousbob


Ouch thats gotta hurt
#4
D'oh! Didn't realise it had dropped that much! Thanks for pointing it out though Frag! :) (And no, that's not sarcastic, I do appreciate it)
banned#5
its no problem mate they are dropping like a stone at the mo i'd keep if unless you have to sell it
#6
Where abouts are you (for pickup)
#7
Swindon, Wiltshire
#8
PulseTurbo
Swindon, Wiltshire


okay - too far for me I'm afraid
#9
No worries! :)
#10
How much?
#11
It's open to offers at the moment. I hope that's ok?
banned#12
http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/editorial/4-hour-lunchtime-special/?camp_id=wk19lunchtimeemail

Reduced in Lunchtime Special tomorrow from it's Normal Price of £719.10
#13
how much for the wall mount on its oww model no would help.
#14
I will only sell the wall mount if the TV sells, but will update with the model number if it sells :)

£600 for the TV. No offers. If it doesn't sell at that price, I will keep it.
#15
Hi mate,

Have dropped you a PM as this is an old thread, I know you said no offers but would you take £400 for just the TV collected, and sell the wall bracket sep to get you up towards your target price? Could poss move up a bit offer wise, but not too much!

Out of interest does anyone know how much Dixons reduced this to? Gutted I missed that!
#16
villan
Hi mate,

Have dropped you a PM as this is an old thread, I know you said no offers but would you take £400 for just the TV collected, and sell the wall bracket sep to get you up towards your target price? Could poss move up a bit offer wise, but not too much!

Out of interest does anyone know how much Dixons reduced this to? Gutted I missed that!


Thats a very cheeky price!
#17
villan
Hi mate,

Have dropped you a PM as this is an old thread, I know you said no offers but would you take £400 for just the TV collected, and sell the wall bracket sep to get you up towards your target price? Could poss move up a bit offer wise, but not too much!

Out of interest does anyone know how much Dixons reduced this to? Gutted I missed that!


cant see you getting this tv for 400 lol good luck
#18
£700 brand new, a loss of £200/£300 could be expected on second hand TVs surely?

My 37inch Sharp i bought Nov '07 for £799, wouldn't expect to sell for much more than £250 if i were to sell it now given new prices.

Don't think the offer is too far off its second hand value, however will up to £430.

Tempted to buy this TV new from Dixons if offer not accepted, anyone know any codes etc?
#19
villan
£700 brand new, a loss of £200/£300 could be expected on second hand TVs surely?

My 37inch Sharp i bought Nov '07 for £799, wouldn't expect to sell for much more than £250 if i were to sell it now given new prices.

Don't think the offer is too far off its second hand value, however will up to £430.

Tempted to buy this TV new from Dixons if offer not accepted, anyone know any codes etc?




In your views yes, id love for you to go into a second hand shop and say that lol

No offense to you but is more that you take 1/3 off the current price or around that meaning id say this would sell for at least £500

It still sells for aroud £750 on websites.
#20
I'm not going into a second hand shop though am I, I'm buying a second hand TV with no guarantee etc from someone over the internet! This TV could have anything wrong with it and i'd have no comeback whatsoever. I can buy this from Richer Sounds instore for £719, and purchase a five year warranty. Not really looked into this but don't John Lewis price match and give you free 5 year warranty? If so, that would be just over £700 for a BRAND NEW tv with receipt/warranty/peace of mind. Plus I don't have to travel to Swindon to pick it up! Therefore if someone is willing to pay £500/£600 given the above for this TV then fair play to them.

I however, am willing to pay £430 approx, about 65% of the price i could buy this new for. I don't think that's a ridiculous offer. I for one have just sold a product on here that is almost brand new for approx 30% of it's price should someone walk into a shop and buy it brand new.

If i'd offered £20 I can see the point in slating me for the offer, but isn't something only worth what someone is willing to pay? I can't see any higher offers.....

P.S I now fully expect an offer of £432....lol!
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villan
I'm not going into a second hand shop though am I, I'm buying a second hand TV with no guarantee etc from someone over the internet! This TV could have anything wrong with it and i'd have no comeback whatsoever. I can buy this from Richer Sounds instore for £719, and purchase a five year warranty. Not really looked into this but don't John Lewis price match and give you free 5 year warranty? If so, that would be just over £700 for a BRAND NEW tv with receipt/warranty/peace of mind. Plus I don't have to travel to Swindon to pick it up! Therefore if someone is willing to pay £500/£600 given the above for this TV then fair play to them.

I however, am willing to pay £430 approx, about 65% of the price i could buy this new for. I don't think that's a ridiculous offer. I for one have just sold a product on here that is almost brand new for approx 30% of it's price should someone walk into a shop and buy it brand new.

If i'd offered £20 I can see the point in slating me for the offer, but isn't something only worth what someone is willing to pay? I can't see any higher offers.....

P.S I now fully expect an offer of £432....lol!




definately go for the John Lewis price match as the 5 year guarentee is great. Any issues with the tv they pick it up costing you nothing and loan you a new tv if required!
#22
Sounds good. As haven't heard from OP think i'll try JL. Have some rep!

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