Celcus 32" Full HD 1080p LCD TV £199.99 From Sainsburys, £100 off normal price of £299.99
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Celcus 32" Full HD 1080p LCD TV £199.99 From Sainsburys, £100 off normal price of £299.99

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Found 14th Nov 2011
32" full HD 1080p LCD TV from Sainsburys, normally £299.99, thought it was a good offer, £4.95 next day delivery.
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Saw this at work the response time is 8ms....No thanks!
£300 'normal price' for a 32" 'Supermarket' TV is laughable.

There are no reviews for this TV, however, 'Supermarket' TVs get awful reviews, e.g. Technika 32-56 ... Which? Score 36%. Appalling.

Click here for a £235 LG 32LK330U that achieved a Which? Score of 60%. Decent TV.
you can buy a Sony 40" from Amazon for 249quid so why would you want to buy an unbranded tv
"quickly, cover up the 'celcus' badge before the neighbors come round for drinks they might think we are chavs"
was 159.99 when i went in today...
jasonodell

was 159.99 when i went in today...



Are you sure that wasn't the HD ready one? It was on at 169 last week.
Skibster

Are you sure that wasn't the HD ready one? It was on at 169 last week.



Could of been the HD ready, it was a quick walkpast going to self services, so you're probably right.
CommentRay Davies - Nov 14, 2011 22:19
you can buy a Sony 40" from Amazon for 249quid so why would you want to buy an unbranded tv

Really? Couldn't see any, even used ones.
haven't followed tech in ages, but i was told if going cheap route only buy Hanspree?? (is this true)

i was going to buy this celcus tv (but only one hdmi is putting me off)

theres not alot of 32" tvs for around £200ish at mo that i can find

SHOULD I WAIT TILL AFTER XMAS?? (ps is amazon black friday just a gimmick)

so anyone else found any good 1080p 32" deals even if a lil over £200 (but must have a better reason to be bought)

ummmm also noticed tvs like tecknika cello etc have a usb pvr record feature
(im guessing a waste of time as can only record what your watching
so only ok for recording 1 program while out)

so im thinking a waste of time on built in pvr

any thoughts would be nice

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good price but think it's one of those toshiba's made in turkey, maybe someone will confirm this
To be honest it's a great tv, i am not an expert on tech things, but i'm pleased with it.
I went for the 37" version on Amazon for £305 - Cant knock it from what iv seen so far

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Sorry I wouldn't bother, I would spend the extra £50 and get a Sony. Buy cheap... buy twice!
GreekEnigma

haven't followed tech in ages, but i was told if going cheap route only … haven't followed tech in ages, but i was told if going cheap route only buy Hanspree?? (is this true)i was going to buy this celcus tv (but only one hdmi is putting me off)theres not alot of 32" tvs for around £200ish at mo that i can findSHOULD I WAIT TILL AFTER XMAS?? (ps is amazon black friday just a gimmick)so anyone else found any good 1080p 32" deals even if a lil over £200 (but must have a better reason to be bought)ummmm also noticed tvs like tecknika cello etc have a usb pvr record feature(im guessing a waste of time as can only record what your watchingso only ok for recording 1 program while out)so im thinking a waste of time on built in pvrany thoughts would be nice



Cash Generator had a 720p Hannspree 32" LED for £220 in the Ashton-Under-Lyne store, Manchester. I was gonna grab it but they told me it was 1080p at first, got out checked model number and they gave me an LG 40" for no extra cost for the trouble :D.

They may still have it in.
OOS
Ray Davies

you can buy a Sony 40" from Amazon for 249quid so why would you want to … you can buy a Sony 40" from Amazon for 249quid so why would you want to buy an unbranded tv



Do you have a link to that?

mrmr25

Do you have a link to that?



Bear in mind the cashback is on a preloaded card and not cold hard cash...
Why do people keep saying if you pay more you'll get a better TV?
Seriously, do you really have to point out the obvious?

For those on a tight budget, this is fine.
Edited by: "jukkie" 1st Dec 2011
greatone145

Bear in mind the cashback is on a preloaded card and not cold hard cash...



A pre-loaded Visa card, which you can use in any store that accepts Visa - i.e. pretty much all of them (or at least enough for most people). Not sure what the fascination with 'cold hard cash' is...
I have a 32 inch technica for two years as a games tv and occassional downloaded film and it works as well as my Toshiba, most of these screens are only made by two or three companies anyway, my dads sony broke after 14 months, brands dont always mean quality.
Why buy this when you can buy a 55" 3d tv for only another £900?


I fail to see why anyone would want grace their house with this unknown brand
Sounds good, but No freeview HD! Only standard?
now 179.99 instore
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