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Finlux 40'' Smart LED TV With Freeview HD and PVR £224.99 Delivered @ Finlux UK Via eBay 
Finlux 40'' Smart LED TV With Freeview HD and PVR £224.99 Delivered @ Finlux UK Via eBay 

Finlux 40'' Smart LED TV With Freeview HD and PVR £224.99 Delivered @ Finlux UK Via eBay 

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Browse the Web with Your TVThe Finlux 40F8073- T Smart TV will bring a world of HD entertainment, catch-up TV and on-demand services into the comfort of your own living room. Featuring an ultra-slim design, this 40- inch TV will allow you access to great online content from the comfort of your home. This TV also comes with a USB Wi- Fi dongle that'll allow you to connect the set to your home network wirelessly.Smarter TV ViewingFinlux Smart TVs come with a wide array of Apps pre-installed. You can use YouTube, Facebook, BBC iPlayer, and many other apps that give you a whole new TV viewing experience.Video Calling via SkypeStay in touch with loved ones all around the world with the Finlux Skype App. Connect to the Skype camera (sold separately), and enjoy video calling on the big screen.Browse the web in styleSit back and surf the internet from the comfort of your sofa, allowing you to share interesting articles, must-see videos and all the latest from social media with the whole room.

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Good price OP, don't know what Finlux are like though, anyone?

Heat added for your troubles.

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Blackhatter

Good price OP, don't know what Finlux are like though, anyone?Heat added … Good price OP, don't know what Finlux are like though, anyone?Heat added for your troubles.



I bought a 32 for the bedroom wall a few years back and was very impressed with the picture quality. Don't really like to comment on audio as most flat TVs need a boost with a sound bar these days but if I had to say then it was fine for where it was.
Edited by: "oUkTuRkEyIII" 17th Jul 2014

oUkTuRkEyIII

I bought a 32 for the bedroom wall a few years back and was very … I bought a 32 for the bedroom wall a few years back and was very impressed with the picture quality. Don't really like to comment on audio as most flat TVs need a boost with a sound bar these days but if I had to say it was fine for where it was.



Sounds good thanks.


Thanks very much, looks pretty decent at the price I must say.

Sounds good thanks.[/quote]

Here you go pal

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Edited by: "Blackhatter" 17th Jul 2014

There is a finlux TV in stuffs top 10 tvs at the mo.

Think this seems a great price? Anyone think it is worth getting regardless of "smart" features.....i.e. is it just plain good value for a 40inch LED tv please?

Bought a 50" the other week (posted about it too) really happy with the service and the product.

good price. If the Asda Panasonic 50" turns out to be widely available though, it would be much much better even without 'smart# features (and if you have the space )
Edited by: "tapi" 18th Jul 2014

Blackhatter

Good price OP, don't know what Finlux are like though, anyone?Heat added … Good price OP, don't know what Finlux are like though, anyone?Heat added for your troubles.



They're crap.

Banned

Not a bad tv for the price. Contrast ratio is good, input lag is passable for gaming although not ideal.

Thankyou so much this has really helped me out for my sons birthday...and i have read the reviews so seems like a excellent deal...once again thankyou..

Finlux make very bad TVs. This tv is made by finlux. This is a very bad tv.

nitro228

Finlux make very bad TVs. This tv is made by finlux. This is a very bad … Finlux make very bad TVs. This tv is made by finlux. This is a very bad tv.



Generalisations are unhelpful. You made a generalisation. You are unhelpful.

We have a FInlux and it's a fantastic bit of kit for the money.

rdwarr

Generalisations are unhelpful. You made a generalisation. You are … Generalisations are unhelpful. You made a generalisation. You are unhelpful.We have a FInlux and it's a fantastic bit of kit for the money.



Adding for the money to the end of a sentence genetally means you're talking about something that isn't very good.

nitro228

Finlux make very bad TVs. This tv is made by finlux. This is a very bad … Finlux make very bad TVs. This tv is made by finlux. This is a very bad tv.

i wish people would stop posting total b******S comments like this

I bought a finlux 26 inch tv in 2007... Still working well, love it! Am tempted to buy another... Donno whether to tell the mrs!

I have had a Finlux for just over a year. Excellent performance, brilliant picture, and a customer service department that actually speak to you in English.
Very pleased.

Personally these finlux TVs are good. Not as bad as everyone makes them out to be. No where near as good as a Panasonic. But definitely worth this amount of money. If your using it for gaming its not so bad either but there is slight lag, In my opinion i think that's why plasmas are better when it comes to gaming

nice find

seanjames

i wish people would stop posting total b******S comments like this



It's not a total b******S comment. It's fact. These are poor quality TVs. Put one next to a decent panasonic set and this would lose every time.

^^so would alba bush and many others! it has to be a measured comparison! I would prefer finlux over those brands and any supermarket ones too. The right answer is still for the money, a great tv.

nitro228

Adding for the money to the end of a sentence genetally means you're … Adding for the money to the end of a sentence genetally means you're talking about something that isn't very good.



No, it means that we're talking about a particular price point. Our Finlux TV isn't as good as our LG one but it cost £199 instead of £749. That doesn't mean it's not very good and it remains outstanding value for money.

I bought the finlux 50 inch last week and am more than happy with it. The smart features work very well also.

as they were selling these for £349 last year good price and i watch a panasonic tv at work nothing out of the ordinary imo
Edited by: "seanjames" 19th Jul 2014

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nitro228

It's not a total b******S comment. It's fact. These are poor quality TVs. … It's not a total b******S comment. It's fact. These are poor quality TVs. Put one next to a decent panasonic set and this would lose every time.



Panasonic? Really? oO

Thanks. Was gonna pick up £279 Samsung but will get this instead. Good price for spec.

Perhaps I;m a snob but would feel rather embarrassed with a TV branded Finlux in my front room...

nitro228

It's not a total b******S comment. It's fact. These are poor quality TVs. … It's not a total b******S comment. It's fact. These are poor quality TVs. Put one next to a decent panasonic set and this would lose every time.



well if you so smart on comparison then lets compare you to anyone else in this conversation, you would always lose therefore you are bad :-D

Be79n

Perhaps I;m a snob but would feel rather embarrassed with a TV branded … Perhaps I;m a snob but would feel rather embarrassed with a TV branded Finlux in my front room...



embarrassed for TV ? you have very sad life,
Edited by: "jozefsan" 20th Jul 2014

Who makes this? UMC or Vestel?

Gollywood

Who makes this? UMC or Vestel?

vestel

oUkTuRkEyIII

Panasonic? Really? oO




Yes really. Panasonic do, and pretty much always have made the best TVs in terms of picture quality. Still won't find anything to beat a panasonic plasma in PQ terms. Except possibly a pioneer but sadly those days are gone.

Their customer service seems shoddy

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