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50 inch LED TV FREEVIEW HD 1080P BARGAIN £329.00 @ Tesco Direct
50 inch LED TV FREEVIEW HD 1080P BARGAIN £329.00 @ Tesco Direct

50 inch LED TV FREEVIEW HD 1080P BARGAIN £329.00 @ Tesco Direct

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Awesome price for size of tv. got one last week at higher price and am very happy so far

1 YEAR WARRANTY

ISIS 50/227 50 Inch Full HD 1080p LED TV With Freeview HD

Full HD
Built-in Freeview HD tuner
Connect to other devices via 2 HDMI connections

The ISIS 50/227 also supports USB connectivity, allowing the playback of video files, songs and photos from USB devices.With a child lock and sleep timer this ISIS LED TV is perfect for the kids bedroom, and can be wall mounted if space is tight

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I think Tesco will be dropping this brand of tv manufacturer for obvious reasons, or just re-badge them probably!

These are sold out

Original Poster

Letting me go through with purchase so i think they are still available

EU directive 1999/44/EC

I thought that name looked familiar when I saw it on the news

roister

EU directive 1999/44/EC


Does not mean you get a 2 year warranty which I am guessing is what you're referring to as most do when misquoting this directive.

thisismoney.co.uk/mon…tml
"The EU rule allowing the return of goods up to two years after purchase is at odds with the returns policies adopted by most major shops. However, as this is a directive is only partially adopted by the UK, its use is a grey area. Despite this, many shops have willingly refunded items when presented with the directive and its argument, so it could potentially improve your position."


Edited by: "spannerzone" 23rd Jun 2014

wonkyleg

I thought that name looked familiar when I saw it on the news



Yes, only available in black clad murderous bigot model.

this is how they are funding their campaign- technology market. money to be made!

no more 5 year tesco tv warranties?

also, 'perfect for the kids bedroom'... just how spoilt are kids these days?! (wow. I sound seriously old saying that...)

voted hot on the price, although perhaps this is now the rough price range of the cheaper LED/LCD own brand sets... (like the Polaroid 50 inch at Asda)
Edited by: "messiahcomplex8" 24th Jun 2014

messiahcomplex8

also, 'perfect for the kids bedroom'... just how spoilt are kids these … also, 'perfect for the kids bedroom'... just how spoilt are kids these days?! (wow. I sound seriously old saying that...)



Very considering I remember being at bus stop about a month ago and some teenage girls(looked no older than 14) were whinging about lack of 3G so they couldn't use facebook, and one actually said "what did people do before they had 3G?" I see kids with phones that cost about 3 weeks wages after tax and wearing expensive clothes and complaining about taking the bus as they only have a tenner so cant afford a taxi then have a few drinks at friends that evening.

I might buy one for my 9 year old as an upgrade from his 19" Samsung. If anything, just to see the look on the missus' face. It would be priceless!

Sainsbury still have the Celcius (or something similar sounding) 50" for £199 instore.

WolvertonPaul

Sainsbury still have the Celcius (or something similar sounding) 50" for … Sainsbury still have the Celcius (or something similar sounding) 50" for £199 instore.



That's 40"


Anyone know if these are CEC compatible?

There's 39 inch versions of these still available at £229.

Its tempting but I can't find to find detailed reviews that go beyond "Good picture and decent sound" etc.

Is there anyone here who has bought an ISIS? What are your thoughts?

Iain815

There's 39 inch versions of these still available at £229.Its tempting … There's 39 inch versions of these still available at £229.Its tempting but I can't find to find detailed reviews that go beyond "Good picture and decent sound" etc.Is there anyone here who has bought an ISIS? What are your thoughts?



I bought one a few weeks ago and it's fantastic. Great picture but the sound (as with all new tellies these days) isn't great. Easily sorted with PC 2.1 speakers and choosing 'Line Out' in the sound options or a sound bar. It also has AVL (Auto Volume Levelling) which automatically adjusts the volume of the telly so that your ears don't get blasted when the adverts come on. A great feature and one that I'd find it difficult to live without.

I also managed to get it with free delivery and a 5 year warranty but it looks like that's not an option anymore which is a shame.

messiahcomplex8

also, 'perfect for the kids bedroom'... just how spoilt are kids these … also, 'perfect for the kids bedroom'... just how spoilt are kids these days?! (wow. I sound seriously old saying that...)voted hot on the price, although perhaps this is now the rough price range of the cheaper LED/LCD own brand sets... (like the Polaroid 50 inch at Asda)



Yup, the 50 inch at Asda is the same telly with a different badge. They're Vestel tellies, made in Turkey I think. If you have a Wii U choose Vestel for the remote control option and number 7 to use your GamePad as the remote control.

spannerzone

Does not mean you get a 2 year warranty which I am guessing is what … Does not mean you get a 2 year warranty which I am guessing is what you're referring to as most do when misquoting this directive.http://www.thisismoney.co.uk/money/bills/article-1677034/Two-year-warranty-EU-law.html"The EU rule allowing the return of goods up to two years after purchase is at odds with the returns policies adopted by most major shops. However, as this is a directive is only partially adopted by the UK, its use is a grey area. Despite this, many shops have willingly refunded items when presented with the directive and its argument, so it could potentially improve your position."


Ok, EU directive 1999/44/EC , maybe?

ryouga

Very considering I remember being at bus stop about a month ago and some … Very considering I remember being at bus stop about a month ago and some teenage girls(looked no older than 14) were whinging about lack of 3G so they couldn't use facebook, and one actually said "what did people do before they had 3G?" I see kids with phones that cost about 3 weeks wages after tax and wearing expensive clothes and complaining about taking the bus as they only have a tenner so cant afford a taxi then have a few drinks at friends that evening.

A phone costs 3 weeks wages? Either you need to find an higher paying job or you're getting ripped off when buying your phones oO
Edited by: "GoatzRus" 24th Jun 2014

GoatzRus

A phone costs 3 weeks wages? Either you need to find an higher paying job … A phone costs 3 weeks wages? Either you need to find an higher paying job or you're getting ripped off when buying your phones oO



I was talking about ones with things like Iphone5s, most of the "basic" ones I see them with are like S3/4 more common are Iphone 4's, so even with minimum wage minus taxes it would take about 3 weeks to buy a 5s or similar and kids feel hard done by if they dont get it.

thesnowdog

I bought one a few weeks ago and it's fantastic. Great picture but the … I bought one a few weeks ago and it's fantastic. Great picture but the sound (as with all new tellies these days) isn't great. Easily sorted with PC 2.1 speakers and choosing 'Line Out' in the sound options or a sound bar. It also has AVL (Auto Volume Levelling) which automatically adjusts the volume of the telly so that your ears don't get blasted when the adverts come on. A great feature and one that I'd find it difficult to live without.I also managed to get it with free delivery and a 5 year warranty but it looks like that's not an option anymore which is a shame.



Cheers. I went a head and bought it yesterday and was very impressed with the picture quality when testing the PS4 and Blurays. However there were minor annoyances (to be expected with a TV at this price) such as faint buzzing sound when on low backlight setting, only 1 screw would go into the stand and the VGA picture got weird if you tried to fiddle with the settings. There was clouding but that was fixed by gently tapping the screen.

As a secondary TV with a HD box or BluRay it would be great, but it just wasn't for me. I'm a bit too fussy!

I was going to keep it, but returned it today because I spotted this earlier on Tesco Direct (must have been added today) and couldn't miss out on it.
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