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celcus 40" inch full hd 1080p LED TV in Sainsbury's - £100
celcus 40" inch full hd 1080p LED TV in Sainsbury's - £100

celcus 40" inch full hd 1080p LED TV in Sainsbury's - £100

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Found at West Wickham Sainsbury's. Not sure if it's nationwide.

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anyone know if this is national

the £100 ticket looks like it's below something to the left of the tv

... just saying

Has this got wifi? YouTube ?

Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the current free view signal will be turned off in 2020 in favour of the free view hd channels? Thus meaning you'd need at external box for this tv?

this is the kind of tele people fight over on black friday, when the jeremy kyle auditions spill out into asda and tesco. no thanks.

kaptin_d

Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the … Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the current free view signal will be turned off in 2020 in favour of the free view hd channels? Thus meaning you'd need at external box for this tv?


Thanks for the heads up. It appears that you are correct. Glad I've still got my crt... (well not really)
a516digital.com/201…tml

Edited by: "jazid" 13th Mar

Good find OP.

Probably store specific dependent on stock but if you can find one for £100.....

Original Poster

robbie1412

the £100 ticket looks like it's below something to the left of the tv... … the £100 ticket looks like it's below something to the left of the tv... just saying



The price ticket is below the tv. It's just the angle I took the picture

jazid

Thanks for the heads up. It appears that you are correct. Glad I've still … Thanks for the heads up. It appears that you are correct. Glad I've still got my crt... (well not really)http://www.a516digital.com/2016/03/freeview-changes-planned-from-end-of.html


Glad I kept my set top HD box now. Will come in handy for at least 1 of my 3 other perfectly serviceable Sd TVs. The price of "progress" eh, just so that more people can upload pointless videos to Facebook....

"celc[i]us 40" inch full hd 1080p LED TV"
With a brand name like that it's bound to get hot in here (_;)

jazid

Thanks for the heads up. It appears that you are correct. Glad I've still … Thanks for the heads up. It appears that you are correct. Glad I've still got my crt... (well not really)http://www.a516digital.com/2016/03/freeview-changes-planned-from-end-of.html


I'd be very surprised if a HDTV didn't have a modern tuner. I would have thought this one would be fine. But I can't say for definite. It would seem like a strange idea to manufacter a HD TV which is incapable of receiving HD signal? A newish TV, ours is far from new or high end will work fine - it will just require a retune in three years.
Edited by: "gimmeadealplease" 13th Mar

kaptin_d

Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the … Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the current free view signal will be turned off in 2020 in favour of the free view hd channels? Thus meaning you'd need at external box for this tv?


Moot point, this TV won't last that long.

kaptin_d

Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the … Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the current free view signal will be turned off in 2020 in favour of the free view hd channels? Thus meaning you'd need at external box for this tv?



Chances are, this TV won't be working by 2020

http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/high-res/2634524_1.jpg

Anyone seen these in Scotland?

Tj17usa

Anyone seen these in Scotland?



​Colour Tv's!

Don't be daft pal

Soon we'll find "Mucus" 4k tellys...

damadgeruk

Moot point, this TV won't last that long.



davieshotspurs

Chances are, this TV won't be working by 2020



Had a 42" hd 3d celcus for about 5/6 years now. Still going strong and has been excellent, meanwhile my parents have had 2 lg that have both broken.
I would buy this over any lg any day of the week.

migavupe

Had a 42" hd 3d celcus for about 5/6 years now. Still going strong and … Had a 42" hd 3d celcus for about 5/6 years now. Still going strong and has been excellent, meanwhile my parents have had 2 lg that have both broken. I would buy this over any lg any day of the week.



Tell your parents to stop throwing bricks at it (or watch something less annoying)!

Bought one of these 2+ years ago (same model). Doesn't have Freeview HD tuner but use it with Virgin so that's not a worry. Reasonable picture but hasn't got many HDMI ports for all your modern things. Generally pleased with it.

Thanks OP. Great find.
Some of these supermarket brands have actually had good reviews in the technical press.

I had to blink when I saw this 5 star What HiFi review for a 40inch Celcus LCD in 2013:

http://www.whathifi.com/celcus/lcd40s913fhd/review

I believe Celsus is a Vestel brand, and Vestel is currently where Samsung or LG were 10-15 years ago - remember the jokes at the time around Korean TVs or for that matter, cars?

My local Sainsburys also have a tv reduced (yeah, just the one, it's a small store). I can't remember the brand but it's a 48inch smart tv for £200. I guess these are store specific, WIGIG kind of deal. Personally I'm waiting for a good 4k offer.
Edited by: "MishMash" 14th Mar

Wrexham couldn't find it on the system for some reason? Maybe a managers special..

None at Chesterfield or Mansfield

johnraggett

​Colour Tv's! Don't be daft pal


Not from where I'M sitting, but then it IS only a 40" screen after all



kaptin_d

Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the … Heat added as a good price. However, am I correct in thinking that the current free view signal will be turned off in 2020 in favour of the free view hd channels? Thus meaning you'd need at external box for this tv?



For £100 who gives a f*** - great find OP - fight you for it!

MishMash

My local Sainsburys also have a tv reduced (yeah, just the one, it's a … My local Sainsburys also have a tv reduced (yeah, just the one, it's a small store). I can't remember the brand but it's a 48inch smart tv for £200. I guess these are store specific, WIGIG kind of deal. Personally I'm waiting for a good 4k offer.



Well lardy dah eh folks!

Heat for the poor people's TV!

Won't be national it's just store specific same with add a etc someone posted a 42" a few months ago in add a for £80 and said it was national I asked at 8 stores around me none of them has even heard of such a deal and said asda would never sell a tv for that price unless it was stock they couldn't shift even on black Friday

steve_b21

Has this got wifi? YouTube ?



An Amazon firestick does.

migavupe

Had a 42" hd 3d celcus for about 5/6 years now. Still going strong and … Had a 42" hd 3d celcus for about 5/6 years now. Still going strong and has been excellent, meanwhile my parents have had 2 lg that have both broken. I would buy this over any lg any day of the week.



Which means you will be needing an external free view box for this little beaut then

whats the PC input? Is it a simple VGA or HDMI port to connect to your PC and user as a second monitor?

Did ANYONE find stock of this?

MyPetFrog

Did ANYONE find stock of this?



No stock in and around London as per their customer services department.

yeah, I found one in a Sainsbury's near me (broadstairs) for the same price. not sure about

is it available in cornwall does anyone know
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