Celcus 32" TV - £89.99 @ Sainsbury's Instore
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Celcus 32" TV - £89.99 @ Sainsbury's Instore

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Found 26th Nov 2014
Just seen this on the telly and haven't seen it mentioned, part of the Black Friday deals. Good size for the bedroom or those who don't have a big enough space for the larger TVs. Think the price is decent for a 32" and hope it helps people out!

From what I have found out this tv is a Full HD LED TV. I am trying to find out more information as the ad went fairly quick to read any of the small print.

From comments it seems to be HD ready but not confirmed. I have not added either to the title as still unaware as to which model it is exactly but come tomorrow we will find out!

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great price for a 32"

and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv than this in their living room!

I couldn't find it on their website!

"We no longer sell furniture , TVs , tablets and computers , vacuum cleaners and microwaves online. However, you can still buy some of these items in our larger stores."

Probably a clearance offer

anyone know if this is a good size (ie light enough) to put on the wall?

ratsdomino

anyone know if this is a good size (ie light enough) to put on the wall?



You can get wall brackets for TVs 32" to 65" +

This is an example:
amazon.co.uk/Che…I1I
Edited by: "loopylloyd" 26th Nov 2014

ratsdomino

great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv … great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv than this in their living room!



Indeed I agree this is a great price for a 32" TV. I have a 48" TV in my living room however it all depends on the size of the room the TV is going in.

Good price even if does only last 18 months

if you trust this brand (or believe that this will last 3 years) then it's a great deal. In 3 years time you can make your money back. heat added

I believe it is Sainsburys own brand.

nice find

ratsdomino

great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv … great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv than this in their living room!



Why? Ive had 50" for 6 years now, if I got any smaller Id miss it so much. Looking for a new one now, but want to upgrade in size!

ratsdomino

great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv … great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv than this in their living room!



Why, exactly?

I wouldn't have more than a 32" TV in my living room as it'd just dwarf the room, relatively. The room's not exactly small, either, but my neighbour had a 40" on the wall and it makes his lounge resemble a cinema - just dominated by the TV.

As for the deal, chuck in a cheap or free Chromecast and it's happy days.

1080P too. £90 is amazing price. If there are some of these in stores then I imagine the same bundle that ASDA had for their £99 ones.

a 40" isn't very big if you are 3M away

A 84" yes but not 40

Anyone managed to find the specs for this? Need one for gaming so want to know if it supports an hdmi port.

aj_aziz

"We no longer sell furniture , TVs , tablets and computers , vacuum … "We no longer sell furniture , TVs , tablets and computers , vacuum cleaners and microwaves online. However, you can still buy some of these items in our larger stores."Probably a clearance offer



Nope.

Sainsbury's ducked out of the online electronics market a few months ago - too much competition and margins are too tight. There's no way they'll be doing the same with the stores though. Non-food is quickly becoming a major part of the business - IIRC it's generating something like £1bn/year in revenue.

This is a limited stock 'cost price' offer as part of their 'Black Friday' promotion. Three days only with a limited amount of stock available at this price, after which it will return to full price (£149 or £199 or something).
Edited by: "satchef1" 26th Nov 2014

Anyone have this TV, any good?

Also is this Price instore now and will it be nationwide? Thanks

bigtam1

Good size for the bedroom or those who don't have a big enough space for … Good size for the bedroom or those who don't have a big enough space for the larger TVs.



I remember when 32" was a larger TV! And cost 900 quid, not 90.

muktessh

Anyone managed to find the specs for this? Need one for gaming so want to … Anyone managed to find the specs for this? Need one for gaming so want to know if it supports an hdmi port.



It'll have HDMI ports. Probably 2 or 3.

Just phoned the store and this TV is £199.

Just phoned the store and this TV is £199

Got one of these for my son's bedroom couple of years ago, it's nothing special but has been excellent value even at the £180 i paid at the time.

BigOrkWaaagh

Why, exactly?



I think ratsdmoino means people who demand a TV bigger than 32inches are ostentatious and ostentatiousness is a flaw.

Has anyone got a link for this please..

celcustv.co.uk/pro…NTD - I'm guessing this is the TV since it's the only 32" with 1080p on the manufacturer's website. If that's the case then it's also a Smart TV which is a plus if the interface is any good!

Products page for the company: celcustv.co.uk/pro…cts

Offer doesn't start til Friday! And it runs for 3 days.

In store only.

newmann

Good price even if does only last 18 months



good price yes, but you wouldnt fill your home with cheap stuff that only lasts 18 months just to replace it 18 months later, would cost a fortune in the long run

alexlangley

Just phoned the store and this TV is £199.



It's clear this isn't till Friday, just wait it out.

alexlangley

Just phoned the store and this TV is £199


What part of "Black Friday" don't you get?

We had a 3d 42" Celcus and it lasted 3 years, probably would have lasted longer if my son hadn't thrown a toy at it and killed it. We were happy with it.

BigOrkWaaagh

Why, exactly?



Hasn't got anything better to do probably.

We probably don't need more than a 20" inch TV, we got by on those as a family many moons ago but bigger is better especially if you have the space.

Ta OP.

Hummm, thinking of getting a new monitor for the PC - is this any good (for a gaming PC i mean)...?

CitizenErasedUK

my neighbour had a 40" on the wall and it makes his lounge resemble a … my neighbour had a 40" on the wall and it makes his lounge resemble a cinema - just dominated by the TV


Sounds good to me.

EMLK

I think ratsdmoino means people who demand a TV bigger than 32inches are … I think ratsdmoino means people who demand a TV bigger than 32inches are ostentatious and ostentatiousness is a flaw.


Is it ostentatious to want to see an image clearly from 6 or 7 feet?

Was thinking of picking this up, can anyone here advise if I should keep my Samsung UE32F000 on order which cost me around £170 or cancel and get this one instead? I know £90 is cheap, but if it' only going to last over a year there's not much point. The only lasting 18 months comments are frightening, lol.

Cheers.

ratsdomino

great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv … great price for a 32"and i worry about people who need a bigger size tv than this in their living room!



really i have 50 " downstairs and 42 in my bedroom both pannys

EMLK

ostentatiousness



This is a great site, not only do you guys post great deals but its also educational. Without you, id never have known that word actually existed, see you can teach an old dog new tricks

as for the deal, this would be a great upgrade for the dustbin lids bedrooms
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