Celcus 42" Full HD 1080p 3D LCD TV plus 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses £329.99 @ Sainsburys
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Celcus 42" Full HD 1080p 3D LCD TV plus 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses £329.99 @ Sainsburys

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Found 11th May 2012
Seems a good deal for a 42in 3DTV and it comes with 4 pairs of glasses
Model : LCD423D913FHD

Edit:Offer starts 1 week early online.Higher price charged 16/04 to 09/05 instore.Starts instore on 16/05
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SMOKING HOT! THIS ONE IS GONNA GO THROUGH THE ROOOOOOOOOOF!!!!!
Cold, I can get a Samsung 55ES8000 for 2500.00

Nah joking, hot for the price, but bad reviews on the cheap tesco 3D Tvs. so cant imagine this to be much better.
still getting over missing out on the M&S one, this is 5" smaller, makes all the difference.;)
Are these units pretty thick?
martinelsen

Are these units pretty thick?



yes they are,i asked them what 1+1 was and never got an answer
deanos

yes they are,i asked them what 1+1 was and never got an answer



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Edited by: "martinelsen" 11th May 2012
Anyone got one that cares to review?
Got to be worth a punt at that price.
Plus it's got NICAM STEREO
Warranty?
Thanks OP
Heat
Outstanding price but as many will agree, if it sounds to good to be true it usually is.

I've never heard of Celcus so can't comment on the quality of their TV's but a 42" LCD Full HD 3D TV with 4 pairs of glasses for less than £330 sounds too good to be true in my cynical opinion
Edited by: "Stoff19" 12th May 2012
The 1 year warranty for an unknown manufacturer just isn't going to cut it for me I'm afraid.
I am really tempted.. but struggling to find even a single review about Celcus TVs !!
Can anybody point me in the right direction ? Any review will do (40 inch, 32 inch or any size) as long as it is Celcus brand.
Is this LED tv ?
Stoff19

Outstanding price but as many will agree, if it sounds to good to be true … Outstanding price but as many will agree, if it sounds to good to be true it usually is.I've never heard of Celcus so can't comment on the quality of their TV's but a 42" LCD Full HD 3D TV with 4 pairs of glasses for less than £330 sounds too good to be true in my cynical opinion



I'm confused. This IS true. If you pay Sainsbury's the money they WILL give you the TV and the glasses. That's a fact and, as such it's not 'too good to be true'.
I suspect they are same as the Cellos...
Excellent price! Would have gone for this had the Picture Frequency not been just 50 Hz
Tarquin8484

I'm confused. This IS true. If you pay Sainsbury's the money they WILL … I'm confused. This IS true. If you pay Sainsbury's the money they WILL give you the TV and the glasses. That's a fact and, as such it's not 'too good to be true'.



Sounds to me like you may be confused a lot. It's a figure of speech and everyone else knew what they meant. Nothing more annoying than someone expressing their opinion in such a manner that they think they'll be safe from the douche squad, only for an aynal reply to follow. Infrequent capital letters to signify shouting or definitions on a word is up there with it.
Edited by: "darrenanderson1984" 12th May 2012
In fairness though the 'to good to be true' quote was used in the wrong context
found this quote on another site. Celcus is a cheap, poorly made and unreliable range of electronics, sold by Sainsbury's (they used to be called 'Cello', until the poor reputation forced Sainsbury's to change the name).
Just ordered with staff discount and nectar points grand total £196.99 I'm happy with that! :-)
Good deal, but currently waiting for my M&S 47 incher to arrive!
stoney_Jedi

In fairness though the 'to good to be true' quote was used in the wrong … In fairness though the 'to good to be true' quote was used in the wrong context



True, but fair would letting it slide in spit of this. Didn't seem to me like they were trying to offend.
Seems like an amazing deal really, especially for those of us who aren't planning on using the 3D every day and so can't justify paying a fortune for it, even if you're skeptical you could always buy it, try it and take it back if you're not happy
EXZAMS

found this quote on another site. Celcus is a cheap, poorly made and … found this quote on another site. Celcus is a cheap, poorly made and unreliable range of electronics, sold by Sainsbury's (they used to be called 'Cello', until the poor reputation forced Sainsbury's to change the name).



Not true... Yes Cello is a **** poor brand but they and Celcus are not the same company. Celcus tv's are (mainly) manufactured in Turkey... can't remember the company that makes them for Celcus but they also make some of the low-end Toshiba tv's as well.

Sold plenty of Celcus Tv's since we first started selling them and have had many happy customers to be honest.
wow sainsburys are watching you its big brother time lol
Edited by: "EXZAMS" 12th May 2012
Tarquin8484

I'm confused. This IS true. If you pay Sainsbury's the money they WILL … I'm confused. This IS true. If you pay Sainsbury's the money they WILL give you the TV and the glasses. That's a fact and, as such it's not 'too good to be true'.



Do I really have to explain what was meant or are you just one of these annoying trolls that reads forums pointing out spelling & grammer mistakes and phrases taken in the wrong context?
My son purchased the 40" Full HD model for himself out of his first wages when they were £249 and he has been very pleased with it, uses it for his Xbox, PC & movies via the USB. Just started looking for a new TV for myself as i am having a new Virgin Tivo HD box installed in a couple of weeks and just weighing up whether 3D is really worth it or just a novelty i will only use once in a blue moon?

Anyone found 3D worth it?
Rodders19

Just ordered with staff discount and nectar points grand total £196.99 … Just ordered with staff discount and nectar points grand total £196.99 I'm happy with that! :-)


How much staff discount do you get ?.. that seems like an amazing deal
i cant find any info what movies format does it take through usb?
Robbiem

Celcus tv's are (mainly) manufactured in Turkey... can't remember the … Celcus tv's are (mainly) manufactured in Turkey... can't remember the company that makes them for Celcus but they also make some of the low-end Toshiba tv's as well.



Could be Beko, maybe ?
Just to note the "Nicam" sound went at the time analogue TV was switched off.
If its made in Turkey its very likely to be Vestel. This set seems to share a similar specification to the tesco model, that also has 4 hdmis and 2 scarts. The Cello and Manta models only have 2 hdmi I believe. My guess is the tesco/sainsburys are knock down kits from a different chinese supplier to the cello/mantas.

The Cello 47" lcd 3d tv at £349 and the Logik led backit 3d 42" at £299 were the best deals on these sort of sets of recent times. This is quite good but not in the same league as those deals in my opinion.

Saw this in my local (Penrith) Sainsburys last night. Was £699 rather than £329.99 though...
notsram

Saw this in my local (Penrith) Sainsburys last night. Was £699 rather … Saw this in my local (Penrith) Sainsburys last night. Was £699 rather than £329.99 though...

starts instore on wednesday at this price
Has anybody ordered one yet ?
flashjohny

Has anybody ordered one yet ?


Yes. I bought the 40 inch a few months ago and love it, so i went for this one too.
I have just ordered one! i already have a cello 32" that i purchased from M&S and have found everything fine, just too small to get best advantage on 3d, cannot complain! cheap is not always bad!!!!
flashjohny

How much staff discount do you get ?.. that seems like an amazing deal



We get 10%-20% depending on occasion!
EXZAMS

wow sainsburys are watching you its big brother time lol



Hehe We are always watching muwahahaha
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