65" Polaroid UHD Smart TV - £420 instore @ Asda Great Bridge
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65" Polaroid UHD Smart TV - £420 instore @ Asda Great Bridge

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LocalFound 26th Apr 2017
Just seen this on the shelf and on displayed in Asda Great Bridge - this is a lot of TV for £420!! I asked and they had about 15 in stock the colleague said.
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chicaneuk

Is your bedroom the length of an Olympic sized pool?!



I am so short sighted and have a 60" tv in my bedroom simply so I can watch tv without wearing my glasses...........I dont know how many times Ive broken my glasses falling asleep in bed - problem now solved

Brilliant buy OP - heat added
dogger3513

Does this have a 10 bit panel ? ;-)


There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.
Damn - 4 inches short. Need at least 69 inches(5ft 9 ) to get a life size image of Abigail Ratchford on my bedroom ceiling for a college art project.
The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good

http://i.huffpost.com/gadgets/slideshows/462508/slide_462508_6248506_free.jpg
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/11/28/2390E74A00000578-2852585-While_no_official_figures_have_been_released_by_Asda_hundreds_of-48_1417169528481.jpg

Edited by: "7777777" 26th Apr 2017
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Looks like a good deal.
It won't be a quality picture, your better of having a smaller screen size.
Despite people saying this will be terrible quality, its a 65 inch 4K panel, for this price its idiotically good value, get one for the bedroom!!!
Does this have a 10 bit panel ? ;-)
philjstephenson

Despite people saying this will be terrible quality, its a 65 inch 4K … Despite people saying this will be terrible quality, its a 65 inch 4K panel, for this price its idiotically good value, get one for the bedroom!!!



Is your bedroom the length of an Olympic sized pool?!
chicaneuk

Is your bedroom the length of an Olympic sized pool?!



I am so short sighted and have a 60" tv in my bedroom simply so I can watch tv without wearing my glasses...........I dont know how many times Ive broken my glasses falling asleep in bed - problem now solved

Brilliant buy OP - heat added
dogger3513

Does this have a 10 bit panel ? ;-)


There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.
philjstephenson

get one for the bedroom!!!



im not going to put up a TV where a mirror could be
Deal4Me91

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six … There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.



Strange that I've had a 49inch Blaupunkt for two years now and it's never missed a beat....honestly these vestel/umc re-brands are fine, yeah you won't get 10bit picture perfect HDR, but they are usually half or even a third of the price. It just depends on what you in particular are looking for, this would be great for a family home, not so much for a videophile.
Damn - 4 inches short. Need at least 69 inches(5ft 9 ) to get a life size image of Abigail Ratchford on my bedroom ceiling for a college art project.
cainer1

im not going to put up a TV where a mirror could be


Am I missing something here ?
Deal4Me91

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six … There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.



LOL
As long as no one buys this thinking it has any connection with a once-great instant picture camera maker except for the eight letters in the brand name!
Edited by: "Besford" 26th Apr 2017
cainer1

im not going to put up a TV where a mirror could be


Use a video camera as a feed, and you can have both
AJ92

Looks like a good deal.


I doubt it does!
The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good

http://i.huffpost.com/gadgets/slideshows/462508/slide_462508_6248506_free.jpg
http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2014/11/28/2390E74A00000578-2852585-While_no_official_figures_have_been_released_by_Asda_hundreds_of-48_1417169528481.jpg

Edited by: "7777777" 26th Apr 2017
7777777

The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good



Looks like we will have to come back for the baby !
Sphere

Use a video camera as a feed, and you can have both


With the added bonus you can make some money streaming your action on the internet
Can anyone tell me the measurements between the feet and the measurements of the box?
7777777

The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good



It looks like that was a present for them from the taxpayer oO
gamesdealer

Can anyone tell me the measurements between the feet and the measurements … Can anyone tell me the measurements between the feet and the measurements of the box?


Looking for something like this?
uk.rtings.com/tv/…hip
garethcollins925

It looks like that was a present for them from the taxpayer oO


Looks like the one on the left is well **** off as there wont any fags for a fortnight.
Deal4Me91

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six … There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.



7777777

The Polaroids are so in demand they must be really good


They must have bought one each for when they are doing a 2 hour daily workout in the home gym room....
Oh yeah, hang on?

BABY ON THE ROOF RACK?
Edited by: "Me.really" 26th Apr 2017
WaftyCranker

Abigail Ratchford


Never heard of her until now. Jeeesus, are they really real?
Deal4Me91

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six … There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.



​LOL! Heat added!
excellent!! cheers!!
I'm trying to think of a polaroid related pun here. I've got nothing. Help me out.
Deal4Me91

There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six … There'll be 10 bits on the floor when the screen goes bang after six months.


ROFL true!!
vardx

I'm trying to think of a polaroid related pun here. I've got nothing. … I'm trying to think of a polaroid related pun here. I've got nothing. Help me out.



​You'll think of one, don't be negative
Showing £699 in in eastleigh superstore
Got the last one in adsa lakeside !
Does it come with a 5 year warranty?

:P

I have a :
2014 Blaupunkt 39 inch 1080p LED LCD a
2008 Panasonic 58" 1080P plasma (£4200+ when new)
2009 22" LG 1080P tv/monitor
2011 24" UMC 1080P LED LCD TV/Monitor and my mum has a 2013 39" Polaroid 1080P LED LCD.

Obviously the Panasonic is the best quality (I got it off ebay for a pittance!), but there is nothing wrong with any of the others after all these years. Perfectly usable. I don't know what people moan about.

Biggie Small's thought he had it made with a 50" 4:3 SD CRT TV, a SNES, a Mega Drive and a Green Leather sofa. Look what you can get these days...
Edited by: "thabiz" 26th Apr 2017
People chuck loads of money away on top of the range TV's in my opinion. I was round at a mates house the other week checking out his new top of the range TV. We were both marveling at the picture quality of a blu ray film and when your eyes are a foot from the screen it truly is a brilliant but as soon as you are sat 12 foot or more away unless you have 20/20 vision you are kidding yourself that you are truly benefiting from the extra detail. Add to that this chap spends half his time watching stuff via Kodi where you are lucky to get 720p it's a total waste of money. I spent as much on my 27" desktop PC screen as I did on my attic den TV for the simple reason I am sat about 18" away from it and so I really do benefit from the quality of a good screen the same goes for having a decent laptop screen. Only pay big money for stuff you are close up to not meters away from.
dogger3513

Does this have a 10 bit panel ? ;-)


I think these are the newer 16-bit panels. If you have something like a 16 bit Sega Mega-drive console you can run them in perfect 1:1 "vision sync"
Daves_mate

I think these are the newer 16-bit panels. If you have something like a … I think these are the newer 16-bit panels. If you have something like a 16 bit Sega Mega-drive console you can run them in perfect 1:1 "vision sync"



Sold it to me.
presterjohn71

People chuck loads of money away on top of the range TV's in my opinion. … People chuck loads of money away on top of the range TV's in my opinion. I was round at a mates house the other week checking out his new top of the range TV. We were both marveling at the picture quality of a blu ray film and when your eyes are a foot from the screen it truly is a brilliant but as soon as you are sat 12 foot or more away unless you have 20/20 vision you are kidding yourself that you are truly benefiting from the extra detail. Add to that this chap spends half his time watching stuff via Kodi where you are lucky to get 720p it's a total waste of money. I spent as much on my 27" desktop PC screen as I did on my attic den TV for the simple reason I am sat about 18" away from it and so I really do benefit from the quality of a good screen the same goes for having a decent laptop screen. Only pay big money for stuff you are close up to not meters away from.



You are absolutely right, however for some reason there are almost no decent Full HD TVs launched recently / available thus I still ended up getting mid range 4K as I did not want to buy any rubbish.
Nowadays, the TV is more than a display, and the picture quality from a distance is not the only thing that counts. It's also about the warranty, suitability for gaming, sport, power efficiency, in-built speakers, reliability of software, connections, smart features, freesat, DLNA, remote etc. - it all matters to a lot of people and certainly to me.I am aware I do not benefit much from the 4K (watch 49'' TV from about 3m ') but I preferred to spend a couple of hundreds extra just to get all the things that I need , especially that the TV is going to stay with me for the next 5 years at least.



Edited by: "7777777" 27th Apr 2017
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