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YUNMAI Mini 1501 Bluetooth 4.0 Smart Fat Scales INTERNATIONAL VERSION WHITE Intelligent Accurate Analysis APP Control Digital Weighing Tool Support BMI / Weight / Body Fat / Water / Bone Density £23.90 Email Only Price @ EU Warehouse Gearbest

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Got an email about this for the Email Only price of £23.90 - strangely enough, the EU option is the same price too (?). Seems to get decent reviews on Amazon US. If you're like me and you weigh you…
louiselouise Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago45 Comments
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it seems like it's now OOS :(
Order from eBay -£24.99 - there may be cheaper
I received mine from the seller within 3 days
yeah I got mine today but quite unhappy with it.

BF% was about 10% off and I weigh 0.5g more than on my more expensive withings scale so I don't think it's very...."reliable" -.-
andyluv
it seems like it's now OOS :(


Order from eBay -£24.99 - there may be cheaper
I received mine from the seller within 3 days
The EU Warehouse option adds to my basket at £23.06 when I click the link "Limited Time and Max per order:10".
it seems like it's now OOS :(
argosextra
louiselouise
These are the scales I've been using for nearly a year (to track weight loss) https://www.amazon.co.uk/BalanceFrom-High-Accuracy-Digital-Bathroom/dp/B00G15O1QM otherwise I'd buy these myself! :D
What is so special about them??
The other scales (from Amazon) which I linked to have good reviews about their accuracy, they are simply "vanilla" weighing scales, not like this Yunmai.

Can't comment on the Yunmai app as I don't have those scales :p
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Panasonic TX-48CX400B Smart 4K TV reduce to clear £419.00 Watford Tesco extra

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Reduce to clear. Only £419.00@ Watford tesco Extra. Only one left.
thunderstrome91 Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago5 Comments
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The cx400 are rebadged vestel units
£349 at Tesco Outlet, refurbished, bought a refurbished Panasonic few weeks ago its brand new. 12 months warranty
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=291625252247

Edited By: ellenw on Jul 30, 2016 10:21
£20 cheaper from Tesco website using TDX-KHTX code
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I took delivery of mine yesterday and I'm pretty happy with it so far. Delivery was fast and you could follow where the driver was in real-time via the AO website, which really helps.

My thoughts so far:

- Excellent value for money.

- The box is large as you might expect, but not heavy - I could easily lift it and I'm not particularly big.

- Picture quality is as good as my previous 32" LG LCD TV which cost more even when ex-display several years ago.

- Seems to have 5Ghz 802.11ac wifi capability!

- Smart TV functions like iPlayer and Youtube work very well, but the smart TV interface itself isn't that pretty. There are Youtube and Netflix buttons on the remote so you can go directly to those apps, and you may be able to assign a button for other services like iPlayer.

- Like all big TVs, it will be unforgiving if the source is poor quality and you're sitting close. A high bit-rate Blu-ray disc looks amazing (although be sure to turn off TV noise reduction on that source to increase detail), but low bit-rate sources like many SD channels and even some Freeview HD channels sadly, show their weaknesses. This isn't the TV's fault. For example, flicking through the channels to the Dangermouse cartoon in SD, showed few compression artifacts and looked fine. So I would expect DVDs not to look too bad, especially if your DVD player upscales well.

- CEC functions work well, and you have the option to turn them off.

- Haven't had the chance to examine black levels that thoroughly yet, but seem as good or better than my LG LCD TV.

- Yes, sound is poor, but I already have a surround sound system so it doesn't matter to me. Even a soundbar will beat most TVs as their thin cases can't house big enough speakers, so price one of those in if you need to.

- No doubt more expensive branded TVs will perform better, but how much improvement will you get for double the price? This will do for me until 65" 4K TVs, and OLED panels become cheaper.



Edited By: Torchwood on Jul 19, 2016 12:27: spelling
haz818
leeF87
why when you click get deal it says its £299 and evryone keeps saying get a 4k tv because these tvs will only work for few more years is this true i want a tv that lasts and read on this some people say it has wifi some say it doesnt so what one is it

I confirm the TV has wifi and I highly doubt non 4k tv's will "stop working" in a few years...


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sammyjc71
The to is on ao eBay it does have wifi it's great for the money ,as for 4 k no idea I think then everything else you have needs to be upgraded or I could be wrong I'm happy

A 1080p TV with Freeview HD will serve you well for many years. The only issue with this TV is whether the picture quality is decent enough. 4K resolution is only needed for large TVs, as you'll be unlikely to be sitting close enough to them to benefit.

http://i.rtings.com/images/optimal-viewing-distance-television-graph-size.png

Edited By: Torchwood on Jul 15, 2016 12:35: clarity
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*Refurb* LG 43LF510VN 43" LED TV Full HD 1080p Built-In Freeview HD LED for £179.00 @ Tesco outlet EBay

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Yes it only has one hdmi and yes you may not be able to connect your impressive soundbar directly. But I think this is a bargain at £179. Good brand and 43" panel. Comes with 12 month warranty too.…
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Not sure why this isn't going hot. Only a tenner more than the Seiki and Blaupunkt TVs currently gone scorchio but the picture quality on this will be significantly better with an LG panel and LG imaging engine. A cheap HDMI splitter will solve the issue of the one input.
Good find OP. Heated.
Maybe because its a refurb
The same brand new model was sold by AO for the same price only a few weeks ago...
Went out to jump in my DeLorean but it won`t start!!
I was making the point that there are better TV's available for less, such as the £169 43" seiki from ao as well, why pay this amount for a refurb?
DUH!!!!
You're saying that Seiki will have better picture than this LG?
Not necessarily, but it is new not a refurb. and I have this LG model :)

I was lucky as mine arrived brand new :) Even if it was a refurb, you are covered with 12 months warranty and judging from past experiences Tesco refurbs are pretty good.
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Not sure why this isn't going hot. Only a tenner more than the Seiki and Blaupunkt TVs currently gone scorchio but the picture quality on this will be significantly better with an LG panel and LG imaging engine. A cheap HDMI splitter will solve the issue of the one input.
Good find OP. Heated.
Maybe because its a refurb
The same brand new model was sold by AO for the same price only a few weeks ago...
Went out to jump in my DeLorean but it won`t start!!
I was making the point that there are better TV's available for less, such as the £169 43" seiki from ao as well, why pay this amount for a refurb?
DUH!!!!
You're saying that Seiki will have better picture than this LG?
Not necessarily, but it is new not a refurb. and I have this LG model :)
Bunglistik
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Bunglistik
Cantona007
hcc27
Not sure why this isn't going hot. Only a tenner more than the Seiki and Blaupunkt TVs currently gone scorchio but the picture quality on this will be significantly better with an LG panel and LG imaging engine. A cheap HDMI splitter will solve the issue of the one input.
Good find OP. Heated.
Maybe because its a refurb
The same brand new model was sold by AO for the same price only a few weeks ago...
Went out to jump in my DeLorean but it won`t start!!
I was making the point that there are better TV's available for less, such as the £169 43" seiki from ao as well, why pay this amount for a refurb?
DUH!!!!

You're saying that Seiki will have better picture than this LG?
agnostic
Bunglistik
Cantona007
hcc27
Not sure why this isn't going hot. Only a tenner more than the Seiki and Blaupunkt TVs currently gone scorchio but the picture quality on this will be significantly better with an LG panel and LG imaging engine. A cheap HDMI splitter will solve the issue of the one input.
Good find OP. Heated.
Maybe because its a refurb
The same brand new model was sold by AO for the same price only a few weeks ago...
Went out to jump in my DeLorean but it won`t start!!
I was making the point that there are better TV's available for less, such as the £169 43" seiki from ao as well, why pay this amount for a refurb?

DUH!!!!
Bunglistik
Cantona007
hcc27
Not sure why this isn't going hot. Only a tenner more than the Seiki and Blaupunkt TVs currently gone scorchio but the picture quality on this will be significantly better with an LG panel and LG imaging engine. A cheap HDMI splitter will solve the issue of the one input.
Good find OP. Heated.
Maybe because its a refurb
The same brand new model was sold by AO for the same price only a few weeks ago...
Went out to jump in my DeLorean but it won`t start!!
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Philips Cleaning Fluid for LED, LCD & Plasma 200ml was £3.99 now 99p @ Argos

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Thanks to catkins for posting this three weeks ago at £1.99.. I bought one then and I think it's good stuff. Reposting as the price has halved again! "Enjoy a spotless screen with this streak-fr…
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No longer 99p. Its now £1.99
psmith1958
this stuff is perfect for cleaning your tv, and at this price... have some heat 3 ordered
ps they wouldnt sell the stuff for this use if it was going to wreck your tv

I have similar stuff from a different manufacturer. It lasts absolutely ages (years and years), 3 was probably over kill.
Uridium
Please don't use this stuff....
Damp clean microfibre cloth, dry clean microfibre cloth
Anything else and you risk damaging any anti reflective coating your screen may have.

I'm assuming this can be used on ANY TV then?, eg. Samsung TV's, Hitachi TV's, etc?, thanx.
Probably good for spectacles too :)
back in stock

Clearly all the TV manufacturers have different instrctions some recommend tap water as it is slightly acidic, others recommend distilled water or even cleaners like this. All of them know we use products like Sheen and the coatings are made as such.

I am not a big fan of using stuff like this every day but once a month to get rid of greasy finger marks from kids seems okay. Never harmed any previous LCD/LED TV I owned in 10 years so I will continue to do so.
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170W Variable Speed (8,000 - 35,000rpm) Rotary Tool With LCD Display And 219-Piece Accessory Set, £29.99 Delivered @ Maplin

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Back down in price again! Highly recommended. Comes with flexi-drive shaft and 219 accessories, removable handle, LCD display (variable, electronic speed control), "Dremel" knockoff. See Posts #5 a…
louiselouise Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago21 Comments
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Strange how I posted this about 10 days ago and it's suddenly got busy on here again :p

dcpk, I'm sorry you've had a bad time with this model. It's hard to say whether you're merely very unlucky or whether there's more serious build quality problems - but I added all the online reviews I could find at the time (I originally bought one for me, one for boyf a few months ago and posted on here) and I've had no issues. I always try to balance my posts with positives and negatives but couldn't see anyone banging a drum about this.

Of course there's a few HUKD threads on this too - people tend to moan more than praise on the internet but glad you found a model that works for you now :)

Edited By: louiselouise on May 25, 2016 10:10
I don't normally like to knock anyones post or post negative reviews but on this occasion I felt the need.

I got this model a couple of years ago and at first was very happy with my purchase even though 95% of the stuff that comes with is is no use to anyone unless you like to keep your nails neat and smooth.

Used on and off for 4 months (about 10 hours use in total) only small jobs like cutting off nail heads, cutting plastic and a bit of sanding and worked fine what what I needed it for.
Then one day It just started to drop the speed to the lowest setting, no problem just turn it back up (at this point i thought it might of been myself knocking it down by accident or some sort of safety feature, remember not used it enough & who reads instructions right? ) anyway it got to the point where it got a lot more frequent until it would no longer rise above the minimum speed, so returned it and had no issues and was given a brand new one not a refurb or customer return. (no problems at all, not even a second question so Maplins good on customer returns in this instance)
All started out good and same again and maybe even less usage than the first, this one the LED readout started to fade in and out and went on like this over a couple of weeks, but I could live with it in the usage it got and wasn't much fussed about the readout as it only tells you the speed anyway. Then one day I was working on something in the shed as you do and smelt something burning like an electrical fire and it turned out to be this pile of poop. Quickly unplugged it from the mains and not much in the way of damage externally but it had burnt out the board inside. From what I could tell was the on/off switch on the drill doesnt isolate the main power coming in as you can adjust the speed setting before you start it so power is going through to the circuit board and think there lies the problem as it alway felt warm even when not using it if left plugged in (not talking about plugged in all the time just when working on things and plugged in ready to use).
Took that one back and this time they tried to fob me off with a customer return and the standard bull about how it's been tested and same guarantee as a new one but stood my ground and in the end gave me another one off the shelf.

Anyway as I come to the end of (my review, my opinion) upon using the 3rd and new one it stopped working after another couple of months and by this time just gave up on it and binned it and ended up buying a slightly more expensive well known make and been using it for almost a year without a single problem.

The moral of the story is you get what you pay for or as I still like to say buy Sh*te buy twice :P

I think I still have the box/case and most of the accessories if anyone in the Manchester area who could use them for Free if willing to collect? Sorry cannot be faffed with postage.


Edited By: dcpk on May 25, 2016 04:40
Just whats I've been looking for,

Thanks


Bought one will pick up tomorrow :)
I tried a pressure washer but it won't budge
pressure washer instead?
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Panasonic 24 Inch LED TV Freeview HD, 2 x HDMI, USB Media Player £79.99 @ Panasonic ebay store (refurb)

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Seems a decent price for a kitchen/bedroom TV. 12 month warranty on these official Panasonic refurbs. Freeview HD HD Ready Display 2 x HDMI 1 x USB 1 x Scart 12 month warranty
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Probably a Vestel rebadged but still an OK deal for the size, especially with 12 months warranty.
What exactly is wrong with Vestel? These "cheap" televisions work and from my experience last. They are not the best quality in terms of picture and sound, but most people do not care.

The newer LED Vestel sets in particular have a number of dubious design flaws in the power supplies that render them quite unreliable. If you know what you're doing they're easy to fix (and indeed the repair trade are making a good living out of buying them for a song, repairing them and selling them on). These can have a knock-on effect on other parts of the TVs (in particular they're very prone to overdriving the LEDs).
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Probably a Vestel rebadged but still an OK deal for the size, especially with 12 months warranty.

What exactly is wrong with Vestel? These "cheap" televisions work and from my experience last. They are not the best quality in terms of picture and sound, but most people do not care.


​Nothing is wrong with them when you pay 'Vestel' prices.

But something is wrong when unsuspecting punters pay a premium for a Panasonic which is actually a Vestel.

If you don't think that is an issue then fair enough
What if you had 2 of these side by side 48 inches for £160?
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YG-300 LCD Projector 400 - 600 Lumens 320 x 240 Pixels HDMI / USB / AV / CVBS Connectivity £23.97 @ Gearbest

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Fully expect this to go cold for oft-quoted reasons, but it's 23p cheaper than the last cheap projector from Gearbest that went cold on HUKD :) I'm buying one, worth a punt at this price even if ju…
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So, who got one and what was the verdict? ;)
I took this picture during my recent trip to Gotham, apparently Chief Gordon has been shopping for a YG-300 on Gearbest... but he said the price is now DOWN to £22.56
http://cdn2.hubspot.net/hubfs/353433/Blog-Images/Batsignal.png
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Fully expect this to go cold for oft-quoted reasons, but it's 23p cheaper than the last cheap projector from Gearbest that went cold on HUKD :)

I'm buying one, worth a punt at this price even if just for the kids to play around with. Battery powered, which is neat.

And you would be right.

Blurb:
G-300 LCD Projector is a multimedia player with 320 x 240 pixels, visible 400 - 600 lumens and 800:1 contrast ratio. With this small but high performance projector, you can enjoy the high-quality images and videos in a very comfortable position.

320x240 ≠ high quality images

Specs:
● 400 - 600 lumens with 800:1 contrast ratio for clear, razor-sharp images.

The Sega Megadrive would output the same level of detail so probably a perfect match for each other. While I love my 1988 Megadrive it's certainly not 'razor sharp' imagery.

● With the native resolution 320 x 240 pixels for clear and bright images, provides exceptional display quality.

http://m.androidwallpapercentral.com/downloads/AndroidTigerWallpapers.jpg

I don't think so

For £24 it probably would make a novel night light or cheap way to keep kids entertained, but the marketing blurb is a complete joke.

BTW I'm not voting, though I'd love to hear what those that buy actually think of it.


​The blurb may be the best bit, as remember the "Infrared remote control lets you enjoy your wonderful life". How do they know me so well, those crazy marketeers!
MR GUS
No! ..you will be very dissapointed, this will not throw 600 lumens it will throw 50-80 lumens as is typical of low end reality.

Quality looks quite impressive to me ;)

http://i.imgur.com/luFGb0P.jpg
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SLIM TV WALL BRACKET MOUNT FOR FLAT SCREEN TV'S 26" to 55" WOW £4.49 INC POST @ duzky_uk / Ebay

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Nice and Slim Wall Mount for your new fangled Squillian Inch TV !! UK Based stock and delivered free... Comes with all fittings needed including wall bolts. Over a 1000 sold already... Seems l…
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What size drill bit did you use for the largest bolt/rawl plugs that come with the kit please?
thanks op that'll do nicely for the kids new tv
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I remember buying one of these for around £100 circa 2007. Bought one for £6 recently and its the same build quality. It even had a built in spirit level.

I bought one with my 42" Plasma at Christmas time 2002/2003 - just under £200 - what was I thinking !
Thanks OP
dealerxxx
Probably bring your tv down with it when it falls off!


It wont fall off unless you prefer to use jelly babies instead of rawl plugs :D
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Olympus LS-12 2GB Linear PCM Recorder, £87.99 Amazon Deal Of The Day

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Linear PCM studio quality audio on the go, making the LS-12 particularly suited to musicians, podcasters and journalists - but in truth brings studio quality sound to anyone and everyone. The LS-12…
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Review: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/mar14/articles/olympus-ls.htm

Olympus video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZQizPcin2Y
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Enjoy capturing audio in high-quality more easily than ever with the Olympus LS-12 Linear PCM audio recorder.

Olympus delivers a model that impresses due to its pro performance attributes and diverse range of functions including; tuner, metronome and overdubbing capabilities. A simple Mode dial allows the user to easily switch between the recording modes whilst the high pressure microphones ensure that audio is captured without clipping.

Pureness of sound, purity of design
Audio can be captured in a variety of formats including MP3, Wav and Broadcast Wav. (BWF) sound file formats (all included here) ensuring recording ease and flexibility. The hallmark of the LS-12 is its ability to capture 24 bit/96 kHz Linear PCM studio quality audio on the go, making the LS-12 particularly suited to musicians, podcasters and journalists - but in truth brings studio quality sound to anyone and everyone.

SMART Mode
Smart and simple
The 1¾ inch LCD menu screen is intuitive and easy to follow while recording professional sound is made even easier by the Mode Select Dial and Smart Mode features. The Mode Select Dial, located on the bottom right-hand corner of the recorder, can be set to the following modes: Tuner, Manual, Quick and Smart. Tuner Mode sets the recorder as a Chromatic Tuner for musical instruments. In Manual Mode, experienced users can adjust the recording level manually, adjusting the level while playing music or capturing sound. Smart Mode is ideal for anyone from the novice to the seasoned veteran as it automatically adjusts to the optimum recording level with a single touch of the record button. By entering the loudest sound Smart mode will automatically adjust to capture the best professional audio quality possible. While in Quick Mode, the user can immediately begin recording without the need to adjust any levels.

Clear and powerful sound
A hallmark of the Olympus LS series has always been superior sound quality, and the LS-12 takes that reputation to a new level. The LS-12 features two new internal 90-degree directional stereo condenser microphones with a frequency response of 60 Hz to 20 kHz, allowing the user to capture lower-bass frequencies. This makes the LS-12 an ideal recorder for an incredibly loud environment as it supports sound pressure levels up to 130 decibels, more than enough to capture extreme sound from a rock band. Microphone sensitivity is adjustable – with a choice of High, Middle or Low, suitable for everything from the biggest concert to the most intimate one-on-one rehearsal.

Musician functions
Equipped with functions convenient for musicians

Musical maestro
A true companion for musicians, the LS-12 includes a chromatic tuner to keep you in key. Users also have the option to depict waveforms on the built-in screen. This provides the opportunity, for example, to check whether a stable pitch has been played and held over a certain timeframe. Meanwhile, the metronome function, indicated by a flashing LED, will keep you in time. Overdubbing lets users record over a file or section of music while listening to it, which is then saved together as a new file. Furthermore, tracks can be divided and then incremented to assist in getting the track just right. On board file trimming is also available allowing the user to edit files without the use of a computer.

The LS-12 comes with 2 GB of on-board memory. This can be boosted using the SD/SDHC slot (up to 32 GB) for added versatility. A tripod hole on the back of the unit allows for easy attachment to a tripod for hands free recording.

Banish background noise and get a head start
The LS-12 isn't just about great looks and fantastic audio quality; creativity and flexibility is also high on its enticing agenda. Ambient sound recording is given a boost via a switchable low-cut filter with two levels: 100 Hz or lower, or 300 Hz and lower. Unwanted background noises generated from air conditioning or projectors, for instance, are now a nuisance of the past.

Audio activity can be pre-empted with the LS-12’s clever Pre-Record Buffer, enabling the capture of several seconds of sound occurring before the record button has even been pressed.

Main Features LS-12
High quality stereo microphones
Professional PCM recording (24 bit/96 kHz)/MP3/BWF
Sound pressure level up to 130 dB SPL
Frequency characteristics of built in microphones: 60 Hz to 20 kHz
Pre-recording function
Essential music functions: tuner, metronome, overdubbing, partial
Track increment: divide file during recording
Playback speed control from 50-300%
Outstanding battery life: up to 50 hrs
Optional Wireless Remote Controller (RS30W)

Box Contains
Instruction Booklet
2 x AA Batteries
USB Cable

Edited By: louiselouise on Apr 28, 2016 01:57: a
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EKEN H9 Ultra HD 4K Action Camera - EU PLUG Sunplus 6350 + OV4689 WiFi 170 Degree Wide Angle 2 inches LCD Screen £31.73 @ Gearbest

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Different colours available: Black, Gold, Silver, White, Pink, Blue, Yellow. EKEN H9 Ultra HD 4K WiFi action camera Adopting Sunplus 6350 OV4689 chipset 2 inches LCD screen display, 320 x 240 pix…
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Thanks OP. Looking for a cheap replacement for my GoPro so not too sad if it's lost! Got the extra batteries as well!
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Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!
Just had a look at the Banggood site and they have an EU direct 50% off sale - all the items I look at are actually 50% more than the regular prices..or at least prices I've seen before or on deal sites
They use the similar tactics at Gearbest.
Do you really have to send an item you purchased in the EU back to China? That sounds like something they (Gearbest) want you to do rather than being part of EU consumer law etc..?


Yes unfortunately paypal told me to do it and gearbest were quite happy with this, wont be using them again!
exsportssci
Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!

Just had a look at the Banggood site and they have an EU direct 50% off sale - all the items I look at are actually 50% more than the regular prices..or at least prices I've seen before or on deal sites

They use the similar tactics at Gearbest.

Do you really have to send an item you purchased in the EU back to China? That sounds like something they (Gearbest) want you to do rather than being part of EU consumer law etc..?
Gearbest is banggood as long as it works this will be fine, the one i received didnt focus and there customer service is terrible. Paypal got involved but its cost me £15 to send it to china even tho i got it from an eu warehouse. Hopefully i get a refund as at the moment im £48 down!
Does anyone know if this one is any better or just as good? http://www.gearbest.com/action-cameras/pp_258676.html

Spec's are higher (so they claim) and can be had from another well known Chinese site (not sure if link allowed on here) for $37 with discount code (about £26)

Video footage https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bOZspR3uagE

Edited By: dcpk on May 02, 2016 05:11: Youtube link
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TV Wall Bracket Mount Tilting Slim 26 32 39 40 42 47" inch LCD LED Plasma Ebay Seller UK FREE DEL @ TV Furniture Direct £1.99

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Quality and make unknown to me but i thought this is silly cheap for a decent looking tilting TV Wall Bracket to fit up to Vesa 400 x 400 tv's from 26" to 47" at only £1.99 including delivery "Buy i…
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In case your worried you have not received this:-

Hi there I am sorry for the delay, due to a massive amount of unexpected orders we have had to batch these out as we can only dispatch 30 orders a day with royal mail, if your item has not yet been dispatched i will make sure its dispatched today, i sincerly apologise for the wait.
Chris
No!
anyone got theirs yet
Prices of these range from the absurd to the ridiculous.
skyda
greedy people probably bought like 20 to re-sell haha, but that's HUKD for you
Yeah I shudda done that myself lol
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Panasonic Viera 40" KX-40C300B LCD TV instore at Sainsbury's (Hemel Hempstead) for £230.00

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Picked one of these up today. Typical discounted price is £269.KX-40C300B is a solid no-frills 40 inch TV. Not sure if this is a national deal or not. Also bought a Panasonic SC-HTB8 sound bar for £50…
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Fitted the TV at my wife's parents last weekend. The TV itself looks fine and has a very thin bezel as they mostly do these days. Auto tuning worked without a hitch and the picture quality is completely satisfactory, especially on FreeView HD channels. So far so good. But there were problems; the remote is quite small and not very stylish but I had anticipated that and bought a One For All Simple universal remote for my elderly inlaws to use instead. I was unable to find a code for the OFA remote so had to program each button manually using the original, which was fine in the end. I can't comment on the sound bar because I forgot to bring an optical cable so that will be installed the next time I'm there. The TV sound itself was actually not too bad and my inlaws were happy despite both of them being hard of hearing. I could probably have bought a cheaper 40 inch television of the same quality for less money but for my inlaws the brand was reassuring and I'm not sure they would have liked, for example, a Bauhn from Aldi for £199.

Edited By: ifb-online on Mar 30, 2016 12:06
Quite hard to find independent reviews (as opposed to customer reviews) but I did find this:

http://tvreviews.co.uk/panasonic-tx-40c300b-review.html

Main complaint is sound quality and I anticipated this partly because most thin bezel/slimline TVs have tiny speakers anyway and my father in law is rather deaf and won't wear his hearing aids; hence the purchase of the sound bar. The review rates the picture quality. I know it's common to knock Vestel but a recent article on Techradar also shows that they are a capable company:

http://www.techradar.com/news/television/how-vestel-could-raise-the-bar-for-entry-level-tvs-1304874

I have worked with Panasonic with other consumer electronics products (inc.several visits to their factories in Japan) and I am sure they would apply fairly strict QA on their deal with Vestel. This is a cheap TV after all but hopefully a decent value one as well.
This is a national deal as also have them in my local sainsburys.
I found some earlier comments that this is a cheap and cheerful Vestel product with a Panasonic badge. I bought mine to replace my elderly parents in law's faulty TV and will be installing it on Sunday. I will let you know how things go. I am sure they will be happy with it. Nevertheless, at least I know I got a good price for this model.
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170W Variable Speed (8,000 - 35,000rpm) Rotary Tool with LCD and 219-Piece Accessory Set, £29.99 delivered @ Maplin

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Comes with flexi-drive shaft and 219 accessories, LCD display, "Dremel" knockoff. I've seen comments on HUKD that you can get an extra 10% off* at the till with a voucher from a promo magazine in stor…
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Back up to £49.99 now :(
Having a look at the Q&A section on the Maplin site - I must say, it's not very helpful. It implies that there are no accessories available (!) when people ask about additional cutting discs, etc. I'm confident the 400 piece set from Post #9 will be fine with this.

Does anyone know if this has replaceable brushes (like the Dremels do, and cheaper knockoffs like the Xenta from ebuyer)?

Also, boyf got his today and is moaning saying that the motor doesn't sound very healthy on its lowest speed, 8,000rpm - he reckons it changes pitch but I think it sounds okay, maybe the fans are to blame. Not being much of a DIY expert I can't really tell.
Thanks OP, been looking to get one of these for while, picked one up one in-store on my way home from work. There is also 4% Quidco or 4.2% TCB online and Maplin also do in-store cashback (When using Mastercard) you do need to accept the offer on the Maplin Quidco page though before purchase to get the moolah
Just back from Maplin - they had leaflets just outside the store! Great! But I didn't see any 10% off voucher in there.

After I spent my £29.99 I got a money off £75 or £35 spend voucher on my receipt. Still, can't complain for £30..
This Maplin 400 piece rotary accessory set can be had for as low as £9.99 but it's £12.99 at the moment http://www.maplin.co.uk/p/400-part-rotary-tool-accessory-kit-n63bx

On Amazon too http://www.amazon.co.uk/400-PIECE-ROTARY-TOOL-ACCESSORY/dp/B002NQLU58

http://images.maplinmedia.co.uk/400-part-rotary-tool-accessory-kit.jpg?w=283&h=283&r=4&o=GDszTAewux0X5uAKwaony7MQkPYj&V=xHl7

Might be overkill for some but useful to buy alongside. Good reviews for this too.

2x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 15.8 x 9.5mm
2x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 9.5 x 12.7mm
2x aluminium oxide parabolic wheel 9.5 x 19mm
6x aluminium oxide grinding wheel 20 x 3.2mm
2x silicon carbide grinding wheel 20x4mm
2x silicon carbide grinding wheel 9.5x4mm
6x silicon carbide grinding wheel 2 x 3.2mm
4x sanding band 6.35 x 12.7mm
8x sanding band 12.7 x 12.7mm
flap wheel 32x9.5mm
sanding shank 12.7x12.7mm
sanding shank 6.35x12.7mm
diamond cutter cylindrical 2.4x9.5mm
diamond cutter spherical 4mm
diamond cutter spherical 2mm
diamond cutter taper 3.2mm
diamond cutter dripping 3.2x6.4mm
HSS cutter spherical 3.2x8.7mm
HSS Cutter taper 3.2mm
5 x Cut off wheel fibre glass 32x1.2mm
30x cut off wheel heavy duty 24x0.8mm
136 x cut off wheel regular 24x0.6mm
150 x sanding disc
2 x rubber emery wheel
brass brush radial
brash brush axial
Stainless brush axial 5x44.5mm & 12.7x44.5mm
stainless brush radial
nylon brush axial
nylon brush radial
5 felt wheel
felt wheel point
4 felt wheel
cloth wheel
9.5mm wrench
2 each polished HSS twist drills 2.4mm & 1.6mm
2 collet chrome plated 3.2mm
collet chrome plated 2.4mm & 1.6mm
mandrel for cut off wheel 1.6mm screw
2 mandrel from cloth wheel 2.4mm screw
dressing stone SI carbide

A couple of forum discussions of the N17QN rotary tool:
http://www.scalerchelis.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?f=20&t=17450#p194003 (not sure about the comment querying whether it's made by Dremel - I can see TASP-branded clones of this on Aliexpress, etc, but who knows!)

http://www.300zx.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?182183-Can-you-recommend-a-decent-rotary-tool&p=1880241&viewfull=1#post1880241

http://www.300zx.co.uk/forums/showthread.php?182183-Can-you-recommend-a-decent-rotary-tool&p=1884184&viewfull=1#post1884184

Some say the collets in the 400 piece set above don't fit genuine Dremels but the tool shafts do http://www.ukworkshop.co.uk/forums/maplin-sale-of-dremel-type-add-ons-9-99-t36253.html

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 18, 2016 00:05: a
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Panasonic TX 40CS520B - 40" LED Smart TV £284.05 with 5 year warranty (SSE)

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Same spec as the 50 inch model posted last week but 10 inches smaller! Enter GIVEME5 at checkout to get it for £284.05
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Thanks
How has this not gone hot? the other deal is up to 755 degrees and this is better IMO!
Yes, always Czech which factory your Panasonic is made to avoid ending up with a Turkey ©

edit: my legal team advise that I need to apply copyright to the above as it will get used to death on these forums :D

Edited By: spannerzone on Mar 16, 2016 18:48
Bought the 50 for myself last week when I was looking for a deal on a 40 for my mum and ordered this earlier after spotting the price drop on Amazon - was about to post the deal but beaten to it :-)

At £285 it's probably a slightly better deal than £350 for the bigger one!
Bought this for my parents,their tv has dead pixels on their Samsung.
Samsung was only 3 years old when a "blackening" started to appear on the screen.
Thought this would be a good deal,as at least the 5 year guarantee gives peace of mind that if the same kind of thing happened,it would be rectified one way or another.
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AOC I2369VM 23" IPS Monitor (Display port, 2 x HDMI, VGA, MHL, Speakers, Vesa) [Used - Very Good] £108.67 - £20 amazon warehouse(spring clean) discount = £88.67 @ amazon Warehouse

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Just purchased this for a second monitor, seems a fair price for a decent Full HD monitor with a nice spec and pleasing to the eye, had to contact amazon to get the £20 discount applied, but done wit…
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Good price, all gone now though.
Good price but it's not going to have the 3yr warranty is it?
Looks like its gone, can't see any monitors in the warehouse sale
Does it support DP chaining?
kanjimoore
Slim2k
kanjimoore
not a bad price with the discount but i bought this monitor brand new for 115 over 2 years ago so the 108 wouldn't be as good of a price, pretty good monitor though for a budget model
only £119 new from amazon, but £30+ is a nice little saver. works for me
​yea i agree the saving i worth it just suprised the price hasnt dropped at all really for new since i have bought it (:

Its got pretty good reviews and you get a lot for £119, its also a lot nicer looking that the black plastic Samsung and Asus at the same price point in my opinion.

For me, it works for me as developing on my 13" laptop screen is a little to small and also can use my Pi3 as I want to try and finally put this one to proper use and get it connected to my nest!
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JVC LT-55C550 55in LED LCD TV (1080p) £349.99 @ Currys

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Currys has the JVC LT-55C550 55in LED LCD TV (1080p) for a low £349.00 Free Delivery. This normally retails for £599, so you are saving £250 off list price. 1920 x 1080 Full HD 1080p resolution…
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All JVC models bought through Currys are nothing to do with JVC UK. Curry's have their own support arrangements for these models which are made under license.
http://www.jvc.co.uk/template.php?page=100105
And appear to be Vestel
supatanka1
good deal everyone bashes jvc but size of the tell for that price
As many people (mainly the ladies) tell me, size isn't everything.
good deal everyone bashes jvc but size of the tell for that price
jarjarmustdie
freakstyler
mrew42
Vestel, seems about the going price.
Not voted
Nope, this one's not a Turkey its either UMC or Chinese.
Either way it's a bag of S***

It is what it is, find me a TV this size for the same price or less that isn't a bag of feces.

Edited By: freakstyler on Mar 14, 2016 21:06
freakstyler
mrew42
Vestel, seems about the going price.
Not voted
Nope, this one's not a Turkey its either UMC or Chinese.
Either way it's a bag of S***



Edited By: jarjarmustdie on Mar 14, 2016 21:01
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Sony KDL43W756CSU - 43" 1080p Smart Android TV - Refurbished - £259.00 delivered @ CentresDirect

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Sold out fast about 10 days days ago, and the 3D version didnt last very long when in stock 2-3 days ago. Refurbished Full HD Android TV with X-Reality PRO, and a host of connectivity features.
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I'm finding the set up menu quite complex / confusing.
For the life of me, I cant get my TV to turn on & go straight to the only thing that it is connected to it via HDMI 1 (Sky HD box). It goes via a start up page with a dozen options!
Also, if I turn the TV off via the remote i.e put it in standby, you can turn it back on via the remote for a short period, however if you want to turn it on about an hour or so later, you have to physically turn it on from the On/Off button on the TV.
Unfortunately the 1000 page User Guide (in 200 languages) doesnt cover issues such as this!!
You could disable all other inputs if you're not using them.
Go into the power menu for the switching on problem.
Haven't got the tv nearby so I can't be more precise.
I'm finding the set up menu quite complex / confusing.

For the life of me, I cant get my TV to turn on & go straight to the only thing that it is connected to it via HDMI 1 (Sky HD box). It goes via a start up page with a dozen options!

Also, if I turn the TV off via the remote i.e put it in standby, you can turn it back on via the remote for a short period, however if you want to turn it on about an hour or so later, you have to physically turn it on from the On/Off button on the TV.

Unfortunately the 1000 page User Guide (in 200 languages) doesnt cover issues such as this!!

Edited By: Gollywood on Mar 10, 2016 17:59
Gollywood
jh787
Gollywood
jh787
http://i324.photobucket.com/albums/k358/hggdftg/Mobile%20Uploads/20160309_133339_zpsewsozh9b.jpg
Mine arrived damaged, nothing major.
Small plastic piece at back.
Currently waiting for Sony to get back to me after sending them pics.
If they offer to replace that would be excellent, if not I'm keeping it anyway.
Most likely the courier because the piece was still in the box and box was damaged
​The stand slots into that so that needs to be in A1 condition. Is the Screw thread untouched?
I've slotted the stand in.The stand attaches to a metal bracket inside the tv. It doesn't affect the safety or strength of the tv.
​Maybe worth given them & call. Sending them an email with image of damage & ask for a partial refund, even if its £5??
I have done that... They said they would call me to arrange pick up and give me refund but won't swap.
I'll have to reorder. Might just keep it unless they list some more soon and I manage to order another one, then I'll send this back.
jh787
Gollywood
jh787
http://i324.photobucket.com/albums/k358/hggdftg/Mobile%20Uploads/20160309_133339_zpsewsozh9b.jpg
Mine arrived damaged, nothing major.
Small plastic piece at back.
Currently waiting for Sony to get back to me after sending them pics.
If they offer to replace that would be excellent, if not I'm keeping it anyway.
Most likely the courier because the piece was still in the box and box was damaged
​The stand slots into that so that needs to be in A1 condition. Is the Screw thread untouched?
I've slotted the stand in.The stand attaches to a metal bracket inside the tv. It doesn't affect the safety or strength of the tv.


​Maybe worth given them & call. Sending them an email with image of damage & ask for a partial refund, even if its £5??
jh787
Gollywood
I have query. How can I get it to default to HDMI 1 when I turn TV in. Mine doesn't. Gives me all the options (HDMI 1-4 & USB 1-3) then I have to manually select HDMI 1
You can set the "TV" button on the remote to any input you want if that helps


​I need to tinker round with it. I can't believe the no. of options it has!
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Sony Bravia 48" HD smart, richer sounds 6year guarntee £404.95 (pricematch from £449)

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Been after a TV for awhile, Decided on the Sony bravia KDLW48W705CBU which is advertised at £449. Its Full smart HD with 3 HDMI and all the usual all stuff. Plus as it's Sony it has low input lag ma…
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Gollywood
Calling people idiots isn't going to endere you to anyone.
All posts get cold votes initially & eventually (if it's a good deal) the heat will come!!
Thanks and I'm not here to be endered by anyone I don't really care but if it's a good deal it should be voted as so other less "understanding" people will benefit instead of the usual lenovo tablet or hisense tv's..and realise this is a 6year guarntee. Hell I ain't here for the kudos I don't really give a damn. But this site has turned to junk with the lenovo tablets and the hisense tv's getting super ratings I wanted to give people something that was decent value...can't even do that here anymore
Nothing wrong with a Lenovo-YOGA. X)
Just ordered from Electrical Experience for only £413.00 (Best price out there folks)
and comes with a SONY 5yr warranty and FREE DELIVERY, yes SONY, they will look after you
(old for new as well :3)
Richer Sounds don't give you this folks, and just checked £449 is their best price and wouldn't budge as PRC are out of stock now, minus say your VIP voucher of £10 = £439 is the final price :(
but i done a simple google search and PriceSpy popped up and Electrical Experience were there
And with this Sony Bravia 48" the operator has stated the actual TV stand converts in to the wall bracket with all the extras bits and bobs needed to put it up on your wall, saves you buying a wall bracket off ebay (cheapest)
Now that's cool and has to be HOT!!! 8)

Edited By: ScottishIndependence2018 on Mar 12, 2016 03:43: Did'nt have my right Worzel Gummage counting head
Bought this TV for £380 on ebay tesco outlet. Great picture on both HD and SD, has Netflix and Amazon Prime apps. Sure, it doesn't have Android TV with Kodi but I'd rather use a dedicated Nexus Player which will be supported by Google for the next few years than relying on a TV manufacturer to constantly update their firmware.
i got a 55" W809 (refurbished) for £449 delivered last week direct from sony so deal is mediocre tbh.

i'll give it heat though for all the idiots advocating 4K
Yeah buy a 4k tv and be amazed how bad SD and HD sources look.
8)

Have some heat OP and ignore the #@*&£$s
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Seiki 48 inch TV Full HD / Freeview HD / 3 HDMI / USB £228.00 @ AO.com

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Seems decent value for a 48 inch TV with Freeview HD and 3 HDMI ports. Coming in at 48”, this TV from Seiki is ideal for family movie nights, watching the match, and catching up on that drama every…
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out of stock
Was going to get this one for the bedroom. I have the 43" version in the kids' playroom and it is very good for the price. Sound is surprisingly loud for a flatscreen. I had to turn it down to 4 as it was loud enough. Picture quality won't set the world on fire but it's really good and looks good with PS4 etc. I haven't witnessed any motion blur either.
OOS now.
good price but i would be seriously worried about the motion judder,anyone tried one of these for footy coverage yet?
Cheers OP. Hot :)
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Dell UP2715K 27-Inch Ultra HD 5K LCD Monitor (1000:1, 350 cd/m2, 5120 x 2880, 8ms, Mini DP/DP/USB) - Black £755.99 @ Amazon

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Welcome to the amazing sharpness and clarity of a 5K monitor. The Dell UP2715K features an astoundingly vivid 5120 x 2880 (Ultra HD) resolution, a dramatic increase in screen clarity, with more than 1…
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Has anyone had one of these monitors yet? And... are they as good as they sound? What are they like for gaming or are they more for graphical related work?
As above - right this second I've got a 4k 15" laptop screen next to a 2k 27" screen.
Elsewhere I've got 2x 4k 28" and a 4k 40".
Can definitely tell the difference between a 2k 27" and 4k 28". Mostly use it for coding sitting fairly close so that I can fit loads on the screen at once.

Even things like avatars on forums look noticeably better on the 4k 15" than 2k versions.
I must say this monitor is very nice, and a good fit for the Lenovo TS140 servers (as the onboard video card has 2 DP outputs, making it a very cheap solution). Photos do look super sharp in lightroom or photoshop.

I'm not a gamer, so am not concerned with fps. This monitor also works pretty well at 1/4th of its full resolution, for applications which dont scale well.

My only issue so far is that I can't get any sound out of the speakers, and that I need to investigate if this is due to the video adapter or if the monitor is defective.
2StepSteve
ollie87
2StepSteve
I'd say that 27" is too small for 5K. I have 32" 4K and sometimes struggle with how small websites are rendered.
That's an interesting statement since modern operating systems support display scaling.
Maybe you're just not configured correctly.For Windows 10For OS XFor Linux
Also 4K at 32 inches is 137.68 Pixels per Inch which is the same as 1080p on a 16 inch display. My work provided laptop is a T540p with a 1080p display and I'd say 15 inches at 1080p is fine even without display scaling.
Is your 32 inch display a TV? Because if so it'll suck HARD for PC use. Not all displays are created equally.
It's a BenQ BL3201PT 100% RGB and re-calibrated. I'm using Windows 7 scaling set to 125%, I have been meaning to look at Windows 10, but my understanding is that scaling still sucks pretty hard for many apps?

It's really variable, some apps support the high resolution and look fantastic, some don't properly support it but look ok, some end up tiny, too big, really blurry or mis-shapen etc. Personally I prefer having a high resolution display I can use without scaling as that way it looks great with everything.

John
2StepSteve
ollie87
2StepSteve
I'd say that 27" is too small for 5K. I have 32" 4K and sometimes struggle with how small websites are rendered.
That's an interesting statement since modern operating systems support display scaling.
Maybe you're just not configured correctly.For Windows 10For OS XFor Linux
Also 4K at 32 inches is 137.68 Pixels per Inch which is the same as 1080p on a 16 inch display. My work provided laptop is a T540p with a 1080p display and I'd say 15 inches at 1080p is fine even without display scaling.
Is your 32 inch display a TV? Because if so it'll suck HARD for PC use. Not all displays are created equally.
It's a BenQ BL3201PT 100% RGB and re-calibrated. I'm using Windows 7 scaling set to 125%, I have been meaning to look at Windows 10, but my understanding is that scaling still sucks pretty hard for many apps?
Windows 10 is pretty good, in that it will make sure that everything is the right size. But many apps still suck at scaling, and look a bit blurry. There is nothing that Windows can do about it.
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Oscar TV Unit £15.99 @ Argos

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was £39.99 £3.95 Postage Collect in store today. Size H44, W108, D38cm. Weight 13kg. 1 shelf. 1 media storage section. Largest height of media equipment sections 20c…
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drifta
Not winning any Oscars for design.
Because they don't have a category for "Best Designed TV Unit"?

:p


​Yes. That. And because it's dreadful.
drifta
Not winning any Oscars for design.
Because they don't have a category for "Best Designed TV Unit"?

:p
Not winning any Oscars for design.
I have this it's holding a 32" older Samsung LCD (weighty), consoles and a bunch of books, for months, no issues. Build quality is as expected for the price. I was more impressed with the same day delivery :p
An estimated support of 15kg and a width of 108cm....I do not see a problem with any a modern thin bezelled television up to around 46" which would have a slight overhang and even that would not weigh more than 15kg unless a Plasma.

Not going to win any awards but fine for anyone on a budget, a kids bedroom tv stand or student etc etc...heat added.
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Celcus lcd 20" TV/DVD combi £50.00 (instore) at sainsburys

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On the shelves at the back on Sainsburys in Basildon were five Celsius 20" tv/DVD combi's. Perfect for the spare room! Don't know if it's nationwide! Thanks to all those who contribute the gr…
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smugjojo
mrew42
smugjojo
dan5
smugjojo
psamuel
also have the Isis version,picture and DVD as good as any top brand make.
really can't go wrong at this price
We are talking £50 here - who uses DVD players anyway?
Millions of people use DVD players...
I play my old DVD format thru my Blu Ray......
I don't have a Blu Ray player
or a DVD player.

Why should this post involve you then?


​because I might be interested in vetting one
With a TV attached
banned
mrew42
smugjojo
dan5
smugjojo
psamuel
also have the Isis version,picture and DVD as good as any top brand make.
really can't go wrong at this price
We are talking £50 here - who uses DVD players anyway?
Millions of people use DVD players...
I play my old DVD format thru my Blu Ray......
I don't have a Blu Ray player
or a DVD player.

Why should this post involve you then?
All gone in the Basildon store now peeps
smugjojo
dan5
smugjojo
psamuel
also have the Isis version,picture and DVD as good as any top brand make.
really can't go wrong at this price
We are talking £50 here - who uses DVD players anyway?
Millions of people use DVD players...
I play my old DVD format thru my Blu Ray......
I don't have a Blu Ray player
or a DVD player.
None in Northampton this morning.
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Blaupunkt 32-inch HD Ready TV for £129.99 @ Richer Sounds in-store with £12.99 6-year warranty add on

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Blaupunkt 32-1331 HD Ready TV for £129, pay an extra £12.90 and you have a 6 year, fully refundable warranty. To save you guys a comment please allow me to say: 1. Yes, it's not a Samsung UE32J6…
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Zuulan
LOUGHBORO GUY
Ninbox4
Triggered a great memory of Blaupunkt car stereos being the ultimate back in the late 80's (before Kenwood stereos became popular) ;)
Yes weren't they standard in BMW in the 70s and 80s ?
I'm sure BMW's had no radio as standard in those days. They were optional extras.

Most likely dealer fitted too.

Like those crap dealer fitted sunroofs.
LOUGHBORO GUY
Ninbox4
Triggered a great memory of Blaupunkt car stereos being the ultimate back in the late 80's (before Kenwood stereos became popular) ;)
Yes weren't they standard in BMW in the 70s and 80s ?

I'm sure BMW's had no radio as standard in those days. They were optional extras.
AndyRoyd
hcc27
AndyRoyd
hcc27
...at least with the 6 year warranty you have peace of mind that your bargain basement TV will work for a very long time.
Er, no. With a 6 year warranty you have peace of mind that your bargain basement TV will be away being fixed numerous times for a cumulatively very long time. Actually, that isn't true either, cos I think RS has a vague policy of replacement/refund after xx repairs, so if a(ny) repeatedly failing item is replaced say at year two, that's the end of your "peace of mind" 6 year warranty. Sometimes, a 6 year peace of mind warranty equates to a short term piece of junk warranty.
In context, I have owned a number of UMC items and all have performed faultlessly. But I know techs in the TV repair trade...
Well I beg to differ based on my experience with them. Have had two TVs that needed repairs after 3 years (power supply fault and backlight blown), one was repaired within a week and the other was replaced again within a few weeks as it was beyond economical repair. I actually received a better model of TV for the latter. A friend of mine had his Supercare refunded after 5 years as he never made a claim, apparently they've stopped offering that now.
Will never go to a retailer other than JL or RS for AV equipment.
Don't want to get too bogged down in t&c for warranty. Actual terms for RS 6year warranty state:The Company's liability is limited to the lower of the original purchase price of the product or its current value. (Current value means the cost of replacement of the product immediately prior to the time of failure with an item of similar age, specification and condition.)
1. All benefits under the agreement will cease if:...
c) A cash settlement in lieu of repairs is made, or a faulty unit is exchanged for a different model....
5. Following settlement of a total loss claim the agreement expires.

And you can tell that the current 6yr warranty t&c page is actually an update to the earlier RS 5yr warranty:http://www.richersounds.com/action.php?cdx=loadstatic&page=5yearterms
T&c should not be confused with gestures of goodwill by RS. I highly rate the RS service and its GoGW, but customers should be aware of the limitations of the written t&c.
Heck, "you can claim your money back at the end of the 6 year period if unused. Simply return your unused Supercare policy within one month of the expiration date, and we'll refund the price of your guarantee." What's not to like?

I take all your points on board, but these provisions are no different from what other retailers offer at significantly higher cost. E.g. Curry's Care Plan, a 5 year warranty on a TV in the price range £151-200 costs you £69 and the terms are the same e.g. a complete replacement nullifies the remainder of the cover.

The salient differences with RS appear to be the cost of the warranty (fixed at 10% of price), the full refund available at the end of 6 years if you hadn't claimed and of course, the CS which many happy customers will testify to.

In the case of a £200 TV, RS will charge you £20 (10% of ticket price) for 6 years' cover with their Supercare plan and will refund you if you haven't claimed in 6 years. The same TV will cost you £69 for 5 years' cover at Currys (35% of ticket price) and you can bet your bippy they will look quite confused if you try to claim the cost of cover at the end of those 5 years because you hadn't used it!


Edited By: hcc27 on Feb 02, 2016 13:24: updated
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8. You need to factor in the price of a sound bar because the sound is unbearable.
9. I speak from personal experience, we have one on the wall in our bedroom and it's a terrible terrible TV set. I mean really really bad.
10. Spend a few quid more and get something a lot better.
11. You have been warned.
So it's not very good then?
8. You need to factor in the price of a sound bar because the sound is unbearable.

9. I speak from personal experience, we have one on the wall in our bedroom and it's a terrible terrible TV set. I mean really really bad.

10. Spend a few quid more and get something a lot better.

11. You have been warned.
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Bauhn 55" Full HD TV £299.99 & 40" 4K Ultra HD TV £249.99 @ ALDI

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what makes it hottest is the 3 year warranty?
Every new TV has extended warranty due to the SoGA though getting retailers to acknowledge this is often tricky. Well done to Aldi for removing the fight!
Try the SoGA with the shysters at Cu@@ies. Quite a few forum posts of them asking buyers to go through the courts. If you have the time and energy pursue this route, fine...I myself will pay slightly higher at John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a genuine extended warranty and impeccable customer service.
Got a TV from Direct TVs years back advertised with picture in picture. Could get it to work button on remote they referred me to manufacturer who confirmed not on European models ( took a week) asked for RMA refused as it was over 30 days. Reported the problem just over 20 days and they fobbed me off to manufacturer rather than deal with the problem. Quoted SOGA they said I'd have to go to court to get a refund as they don't make enough money on a TV sale and the problem was distributors description of features. Never again, this time round Richer Sounds. Can't put a price on good service!
Would small claims court work for this, TV is not as described?
Or if paid with credit card, would a bank refund?
They actually said that the problem was with distributors' description - this is admittance of the problem isn't it?
Where is the incentive for them doing anything different again?
 

Hi, small claims would have sorted this but at the time I had a lot on, new job and daughter was due so didn't persue but incentive for them to change... I spread the word and never used them again after personally or for business and I looked after procurement so no more orders with any of the direct group. They may have changed now... there's only so long a business can pull that kind of cobblers until the word gets around enough to really cause issues for the bottom line.

On the up side, Richer Sounds have a new customer for AV products :-)
icatalinac
I just bought a BAUHN 48" 4K in Aldi, £249.00... I had to ask one of the assistants because they had them on the back shop.
They also had a 42" 1080p, and a 55" 1080p (£299).

Which store please? Were there any 48" 4K left? Bargain at £249!
I just bought a BAUHN 48" 4K in Aldi, £249.00... I had to ask one of the assistants because they had them on the back shop.

They also had a 42" 1080p, and a 55" 1080p (£299).
McHotpoon
hcc27
damadgeruk
agneepath
what makes it hottest is the 3 year warranty?
Every new TV has extended warranty due to the SoGA though getting retailers to acknowledge this is often tricky. Well done to Aldi for removing the fight!
Try the SoGA with the shysters at Cu@@ies. Quite a few forum posts of them asking buyers to go through the courts. If you have the time and energy pursue this route, fine...I myself will pay slightly higher at John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a genuine extended warranty and impeccable customer service.
Got a TV from Direct TVs years back advertised with picture in picture. Could get it to work button on remote they referred me to manufacturer who confirmed not on European models ( took a week) asked for RMA refused as it was over 30 days. Reported the problem just over 20 days and they fobbed me off to manufacturer rather than deal with the problem. Quoted SOGA they said I'd have to go to court to get a refund as they don't make enough money on a TV sale and the problem was distributors description of features. Never again, this time round Richer Sounds. Can't put a price on good service!

Would small claims court work for this, TV is not as described?

Or if paid with credit card, would a bank refund?

They actually said that the problem was with distributors' description - this is admittance of the problem isn't it?

Where is the incentive for them doing anything different again?
 
hcc27
damadgeruk
agneepath
what makes it hottest is the 3 year warranty?
Every new TV has extended warranty due to the SoGA though getting retailers to acknowledge this is often tricky. Well done to Aldi for removing the fight!
Try the SoGA with the shysters at Cu@@ies. Quite a few forum posts of them asking buyers to go through the courts. If you have the time and energy pursue this route, fine...I myself will pay slightly higher at John Lewis or Richer Sounds for a genuine extended warranty and impeccable customer service.

Got a TV from Direct TVs years back advertised with picture in picture. Could get it to work button on remote they referred me to manufacturer who confirmed not on European models ( took a week) asked for RMA refused as it was over 30 days. Reported the problem just over 20 days and they fobbed me off to manufacturer rather than deal with the problem. Quoted SOGA they said I'd have to go to court to get a refund as they don't make enough money on a TV sale and the problem was distributors description of features. Never again, this time round Richer Sounds. Can't put a price on good service!
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Epson EH-TW5210 3D 3LCD Home Cinema Projector - White £375.00 @ Amazon

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Back in stock at Amazon, got one last week, good projector for the money, particularly of you prefer LCD to DLP.
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So went for this as will still let you order although out of stock, what 3D glasses would i need for this as i understand its not DLP-Link?
Just FYI you can still order it at this price, I ordered before Christmas and is being delivered Tuesday
Got this for my daughter for christmas, 1st time getting into projection and can honestly say im more than impressed with the picture, had it on all day today, its fantastic and great price.
Good price, picked one up a the other week albeit a bit cheaper. Great projector! Even converts any 2D material to decent 3D.
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Keep Your Brand Spanky New LCD Clean, Philips Cleaning Solution Half Price £4.99 @ Argos/Ebay

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This stuff is great. No smears. Works great even on old laptop screens - brings them up like new.
Damp lint free cloth will do.
Over priced £ shop sells this.....does the same job
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Samsung UE40H6400 40" Full HD LED Smart 3D TV - £354.99 @ Ebuyer

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Great TV, has good reviews, and this is the cheapest I've seen it from a decent enough retailer. I've just gone ahead and pressed the order button myself :) For me since I actively don't want 4…
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Its £379.
Ellendel
ando
Ellendel
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Samsung 4K here for under £320!
I was going to get the 3D until I read reviews about the content, so went for the 4K instead. I know the content available is just as bad, but more potential for providers, like the BBC, to start using 4K, rather than 3D.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue40ju6000-4k-tv-319-99-coop-via-ebay-2332558
Great value, and was tempted by that one despite my 'no 4K rule' ;) The reviews on Amazon put me off though!http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE40JU6000-Ultra-Smart-Model/dp/B014A777KY
Edit - although it does look like the criticisms of the panel are mostly on reviews of the 55 incher, so hopefully the smaller model will be better! :)
A smaller 40 inch 4k screen being better than a 55 inch 4k screen X)
The issues sounds like they are related to quality control, so the panel in the smaller unit might be produced elsewhere, or the manufacturing process may be better suited to smaller panels. I take your point though, although I think some people will see the benefit. Probably more useful in office based applications than in the average lounge though - unless you have a tiny living space. Good for a small gaming room or bedroom (where you want a comparatively massive screen) perhaps?
Either way, I obviously agree on the whole, as I bought this TV, not the other! ;)

I already have a 42 incher in the bedroom!

And a big TV as well.

I wouldn't be using my screen as a monitor like you are but I currently watch most films in 720 even though I have a 1080 TV....a waste?! I would probably do the same with a 4k TV tbh.

I doubt my broadband is fast enough to stream 4k, I would be asleep before it finished buffering.
ando
Ellendel
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Samsung 4K here for under £320!
I was going to get the 3D until I read reviews about the content, so went for the 4K instead. I know the content available is just as bad, but more potential for providers, like the BBC, to start using 4K, rather than 3D.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue40ju6000-4k-tv-319-99-coop-via-ebay-2332558
Great value, and was tempted by that one despite my 'no 4K rule' ;) The reviews on Amazon put me off though!http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE40JU6000-Ultra-Smart-Model/dp/B014A777KY
Edit - although it does look like the criticisms of the panel are mostly on reviews of the 55 incher, so hopefully the smaller model will be better! :)
A smaller 40 inch 4k screen being better than a 55 inch 4k screen X)

The issues sounds like they are related to quality control, so the panel in the smaller unit might be produced elsewhere, or the manufacturing process may be better suited to smaller panels. I take your point though, although I think some people will see the benefit. Probably more useful in office based applications than in the average lounge though - unless you have a tiny living space. Good for a small gaming room or bedroom (where you want a comparatively massive screen) perhaps?

Either way, I obviously agree on the whole, as I bought this TV, not the other! ;)
Ellendel
SL7
Samsung 4K here for under £320!
I was going to get the 3D until I read reviews about the content, so went for the 4K instead. I know the content available is just as bad, but more potential for providers, like the BBC, to start using 4K, rather than 3D.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue40ju6000-4k-tv-319-99-coop-via-ebay-2332558
Great value, and was tempted by that one despite my 'no 4K rule' ;) The reviews on Amazon put me off though!http://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE40JU6000-Ultra-Smart-Model/dp/B014A777KY
Edit - although it does look like the criticisms of the panel are mostly on reviews of the 55 incher, so hopefully the smaller model will be better! :)

A smaller 40 inch 4k screen being better than a 55 inch 4k screen X)
LOUGHBORO GUY
4K is the future

Totally agree, but just don't think the background infrastructure and technology to support it well in terms of streaming speeds, graphics power etc is there yet. Formats for 4K media delivery may also change.

I'd rather buy a TV that will do 4K well and support all the formats and ways of viewing that will win out 2-3 years down the line, than accept quality sacrifices in other areas now, to buy something that may not do the job in the long run anyway.
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Withings Pulse Ox Activity (Black), Sleep, Heart Rate and SPO2 Tracker £50.17 @ Amazon

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Cheapest its ever been (sometimes comes down to £60, once it was £55) according to CCC. Similar to the Fitbit Charge HR that went hot at £60 last weekend but bigger screen and also has an O2 tracke…
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Ah - in that case what an fugly looking smart band :p
Reviews not that great.
obsydian
Awful looking watch but not seen SPO2 on a watch
That's not a watch, that's a smartband :)
Awful looking watch but not seen SPO2 on a watch
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Hisense LTDN55K220WSEU 55" Smart TV £369.99 (using code) @ ao.com

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Use the voucher bigtv30 to get this price. I've been looking all week and can't find anything that comes close to this size for the money, the 50 inch version on Amazon has generally favourable rev…
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It arrived last night, it fits on my TV stand with about 1cm either side to spare! This thing is massive.
aden_76
I have this TV. Feed it a decent source and it looks great. Sound pretty good also. Only 2 HDMI but I have everything fed through surround sound amp. For the money you not get anything close.


Sound on mine fine for me. Also great for gaming I remember you do have to turn something off though to stop the blurring
Agharta
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Agharta
Uridium
jimmyandmel
Anyone know how the sound is on this tv?
It will be poor to average like all flat screen TV's. You'll be looking forever you you are tying to buy a flat screen TV based on how good the sound is. Accept the sound as it is and buy external audio like an all-in-one or soundbar if you need more. My last 2 TV's were a £1500 Panasonic Plasma and now a £1000 Samsung UHD LCD. Both had crappy sound and I expected nothing more.
That's a given but I presume they meant compared to other TVs!
Thats my point...they all have rubbish sound
That's not the point at all as they vary a lot. They are all worse than using a separate audio system but some are better than others, hence the question I presume.
Not everyone wants to use a separate audio device hence the question. Simply really!

Yes they vary a lot...from bad to very bad to awful. Seriously I'm yet to hear a Flatscreen tv with sound worth writing home about.
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Agharta
Uridium
jimmyandmel
Anyone know how the sound is on this tv?
It will be poor to average like all flat screen TV's. You'll be looking forever you you are tying to buy a flat screen TV based on how good the sound is. Accept the sound as it is and buy external audio like an all-in-one or soundbar if you need more. My last 2 TV's were a £1500 Panasonic Plasma and now a £1000 Samsung UHD LCD. Both had crappy sound and I expected nothing more.
That's a given but I presume they meant compared to other TVs!
Thats my point...they all have rubbish sound
That's not the point at all as they vary a lot. They are all worse than using a separate audio system but some are better than others, hence the question I presume.
Not everyone wants to use a separate audio device hence the question. Simply really!
raybog
Any good for gaming?


Played Xbox 360 on it. Looks pretty good to me.
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JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV £149.00 - Save £100 @ Currys

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JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV As advertised on TV HD Ready 720p 60 Hz processing rate Tuner: Freeview Connectivity: HDMI x 2 The stylish black JVC LT-32C350 32" LED TV feature…
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Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.
Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?
Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? Some people like to have televisions in different rooms and that doesn't mean they don't have a kitchen or bedroom.
Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me


​It's not really about watching more tv, but about having the flexibility to watch what you want where you want. You might think someone's wasting their life watching tv, but you don't know their circumstances - what you enjoy doing, others might see as incredibly boring. Thank goodness we're not all the same.
We like to watch tv in bed occasionally on a Sunday morning, we also like tv watch to while preparing/cooking and eating food in our kitchen diner



Edited By: Andy1300 on Nov 01, 2015 23:35
hiezra
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hiezra
sterlingdeal
Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.
Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?
Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? Some people like to have televisions in different rooms and that doesn't mean they don't have a kitchen or bedroom.
Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me
Don't buy the TV then matey :-)
sterlingdeal
hiezra
sterlingdeal
Hot, good for the kitchen even though it's most likely a Vestrel unit using the JVC brand name.
Why would you want to watch TV in the kitchen? Do you not have a living room?
Would you have the same perception if I said I wanted it for the bedroom? Some people like to have televisions in different rooms and that doesn't mean they don't have a kitchen or bedroom.
Not at all. My point was why would anyone want too watch so much TV or even give themselves an option to. I eat food in my kitchen and sleep or have sex in the bedroom. Why waste your life watching tv. Doesn't make sense to me
sterlingdeal
This TV was originally priced at £179 not the £249 rubbish Currys state.

I would almost guarantee is has been on sale at £249 in a PCWorld / Currys store somewhere for a preiod, its called price establishment stock, and even though they may have only had a few units at the at price and may never have sold a single one as they were overpriced, it allows them to make that saving claim.

Its entirely possible that this is the "normal" price, the higher price is a way to legally advertise it as reduced despite the fact they never intended to sell many at the higher price.
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LCD Display Charger for AA AAA NiMh Rechargeable Batteries £7.99 Delivered @ 7dayshop

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Looking for a new AA/AAA charger and found this which has an LCD read out for the battery charge state which seems a good idea. From website: "Charges from 1 to 4 batteries at a time. Individual ce…
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Nice little charger; currently on offer for £6.99 delivered as part of a "Pre-Black Friday" deal.

Cheers
any idea where to get cheap rechargeable batteries from?
I've had an earlier version of this charger and 7 day shop batteries for 6 years and they are fantastic! Great product, been using the rechargeable AA batteries in a flash gun for wedding and event photography.
I think he discharged it
aym280
We bought a charger from 7 days and it cut off after 2 hours, so no more...


​Did you recharge it?
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42'' LCD Full HD TV [1080p] + Roku TV Stick & 3 months entertainment pass (3 x HDMI / 2 x USB / 1x LAN) Now £249.99 delivered (Poss £239.99 with NL sign-up) @ Medion

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Enough HDMI ports for Consoles . Sky/ Virgin box and what not. along with 2xUSB port for movies via HDD or whatever. I think you can put plex on roku and mirror kodi, not 100% sure though! Bl…
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Go to Richer Sounds and get a good make with 6 YEAR warranty.
Looks an interesting option - £239.99 with newsletter code and 2 years warranty from what I can make out on their site. Can't find any reviews of this model (MD30911) but some horrendous reviews of the 31.5 inch one that was sold in Australia a while ago...
Elevation
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Wow aren't tellys cheap these days! I don't need one but heat added.
Yes um...Medion TV's are, aren't they.....I can't think why I think it's just cos they're just all really generous and stuff and want customers to be all happy. Yes...yes that would be it.

I thought my comments were a bit odd sometimes. oO not voted!

Edited By: mivanpy on Oct 21, 2015 19:28
Ripley's believe it or not
Who manufactures these TVs?
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Seiki SE43F001UK 43" LED TV £199.00 @ Asda

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43" LED TV for (just) under £200 seen at Asda Mitcham; not a manager's special so might be national. Model is SE43F001UK The spec below is taken from http://www.seiki.com/content/43-se43fk-led-f…
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Black Friday £99 wait it will be worth it

Yeah, I spotted some people anticipating Black Friday earlier today...


http://www.abae.co.uk/aba/cache/file/55BAECBC-49D1-45E4-869B239DA78F6A1B.jpg
Black Friday £99 wait it will be worth it
Gollywood
Assembled in the UK!! After being unassembled by the mobs instore during Black Friday

It actually says Made in the UK on the box but I think you're right, I'm sure that means assembled (not made) in the UK
Assembled in the UK!! After being unassembled by the mobs instore during Black Friday
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Seiki SE48FO01UK 48 Inches 1080p Full HD LED Freeview TV £245.00 at eBay/AO. Deal of the Week

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AO on eBay are selling a brand new Seiki 48" Full HD 1080p TVs for £259.00 (then dropped to £245.00). Ideal for secondary TVs. It's retailing at £279.00 at AO.com and Ebuyer. It's equipped with 3 HDMI…
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This is expired. It's up to £269.00 now.
No proper reviews anywhere for this model. So its a bit of a risk. Previous Seiki TVs ( even their 4K ultra HD models) had very basic menus.
Seiki don't feature this TV or any 48" Tvs on their website !
dvdphile
It's down to £245 now! :p
Thanks; updated the listing!
It's down to £245 now! :p
That's great cheers