F&H FH32LMHU 32" LCD TV - £149.99 @ Ebuyer
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F&H FH32LMHU 32" LCD TV - £149.99 @ Ebuyer

£149.99
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Found 29th Nov 2011Made hot 29th Nov 2011
HD Ready, Freeview, 3 x HDMI. The full HD version is 169.98 and includes a usb PVR. Stock levels are usually more than reported as well.

47 Comments

Nice find - hot

Any opinions on the actual panel quality not just the pr spec sheet?

Hot for the price! Even if the picture quality isn't the best. The cheapest 32" 1080p TV I have found is £250!

What does NOH mean?

Jaestar69

This TV is HD Ready, not Full HD.



as stated by the OP

Voted hot for the price, although must point out the following if not already spotted.. "Factory Repacked Product"

What's difference bettween full HD and HD ready?
It says full 1080p in description

Good price it use to be £200 a couple of months ago but they offered a three year warranty then, cannot see what warranty they offer now though.

Cracking price.
Heat added.

Good find, even for the full [url=http:/****/ulQ2UB]1080P Model[/url]

However the response rate is 8ms, which can lead to ghosting, while for this price you'd expect to make some sacrifices it's still a great find.

Stay away from this guys!

asanchez

Stay away from this guys!



Why?

I got the silver one with the 3 yr warranty from them at £139.99 few week's back, I was pleasantly surprised with the picture quality. Be realistic and dont compare it to a £500 telly and you will be happy

still a question of the warranty length on this and what does NOH mean?

saying •Product Warranty 3 year
so cant be that bad

ant500

saying •Product Warranty 3 yearso cant be that bad



Where?

Had this TV for over 3 years now, never let me down, great picture quality for the price.

Don't let the brand snobs put you off if you want a half decent TV for a good price!

Would like to vote cold over the debacle on Monday, but have to vote hot on the price

NOH = Newly OverHauled.. ie, refurb. still hot though.

kylewalker

still a question of the warranty length on this and what does NOH mean?


sorry it saying on the £169 tv

Other

•USER'S Manual
•Product Warranty 3 year
•Product serial No.
•Remote Control

Just rang them NOH = NEWLY OVER HAULED ( refurb )
Only 90 day warranty
but can buy 3 year one for £26

5% Quidco on TVs at ebuyer too at the moment, can't be too bad. Good deal, some people don't need a perfect picture so £150 for 32" is enough.

Bought the full HD 32" model instead:

ebuyer.com/288…noh

Bit of a gamble but i'm willing to take the risk as it's pretty much only for the PS3 and a bit of telly watching.

Anyone had any experience with this brand? Never heard of them before.

they will try to sell you the warranty because they make on it.

You get a 3 year warranty. it states it on the product page. but it only covers manufacture issues (obviously)

The 3 year deal they try and sell you is the square deal 3 year warranty which covers spills and accidents.

they dont advertise this as they want you to pay and buy it. But you get a standard 3 year warranty as standard

forgot to say i bought one of the full HD ones.

looks a bloody good deal to me

furiousjammin

they will try to sell you the warranty because they make on it.You get a … they will try to sell you the warranty because they make on it.You get a 3 year warranty. it states it on the product page. but it only covers manufacture issues (obviously)The 3 year deal they try and sell you is the square deal 3 year warranty which covers spills and accidents.they dont advertise this as they want you to pay and buy it. But you get a standard 3 year warranty as standard



I rang them. It only has 90 day warranty. Is a mistake on web page. In there T&C all refurb/NOH has 90 day warranty.

mistake was on the webpage when i purchased the tv so the warranty stands or a refund must be given

furiousjammin

mistake was on the webpage when i purchased the tv so the warranty stands … mistake was on the webpage when i purchased the tv so the warranty stands or a refund must be given



On there help page under returns

"Open-Box Items/Ex-Display

Please note that our open-box/ex-display stock is sold with 90 calendar days warranty only, and therefore any claims under the warranty after 90 days of receipt will not be accepted. "

they can state what they like in their terms and conditions. but they cannot get around the sale of goods act

http://webarchive.nationalarchives.gov.uk/+/berr.gov.uk/wha…tml

fact states the tv has to be fit for purpose (yes, that old chestnut) so whther its a refurb or not, it clearly states on the tv description that ""We have the device restored to bring it back to its original working condition""

original working condition would point out that there is no reason to differenciate between a new or "NOH" product.

unless they are saying this tv isnt covered by the usual warranty because its a refurb and its likely to go wrong? in which case they are liable and shouldnt be selling it.

either way, product page states 3 year warranty, they are the terms i bought under, as i have the webpage print screened and saved.

they have no way around it. i paid, for the product as described on the page.

Edited by: "furiousjammin" 29th Nov 2011

but in any case, the tv's seem to be good and reviews seem ok. so hopefully (touch wood) will have no reason to ever mention warranty

just noticed they have removed the 3 year warranty from the others part on the page now.
just states:-

Other

* USER'S Manual
* Remote Control


crafty

furiousjammin

just noticed they have removed the 3 year warranty from the others part … just noticed they have removed the 3 year warranty from the others part on the page now.just states:-Other * USER'S Manual * Remote Controlcrafty



Yep. They told me it was being removed.

furiousjammin, could you upload the screen shot somewhere so I can download it please in case they try and pull a fast one if the TV breaks. Me and you have bought the same telly I believe (32" full HD one).

Thanks.

MrMarvelous

furiousjammin, could you upload the screen shot somewhere so I can … furiousjammin, could you upload the screen shot somewhere so I can download it please in case they try and pull a fast one if the TV breaks. Me and you have bought the same telly I believe (32" full HD one).Thanks.



They changed the page

Anyone any advice whether to pick this up or not. I can wait for the January Sales so I'm in two minds... Seems such a fantastic deal for a full HD telly!

Moving into my new house in February so i think i'd probabily be better waiting

Out of stock

eBuyer's own brand, and knowing eBuyer you're not gonna be covered if it breaks, despite them owning it and selling it, unless you feel like going through the small claims court.

b03der

Out of stock



SURPRISE!!!
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