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House of Fraser Humax FoxSat HD FreeSat Receiver £119.99
House of Fraser Humax FoxSat HD FreeSat Receiver £119.99

House of Fraser Humax FoxSat HD FreeSat Receiver £119.99

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Cheaper than the current reduced price at Argos.Got one today from the Metrocentre - still some in stock.Free 3 to 5 working days delivery,or spend another £5.01 for free next working day delivery.
Bought this to replace our Freeview box,as the reception was worsening.
Details:

Humax
Humax FoxSat HD FreeSat Receiver

Receive HDTV signals
Under 1W power consumption in standby
HDMI - digital interface for perfect transmission of picture and sound
Simultaneous playing of transmissions over HDMI, YPbPr or Scart (Some HD programmes or events maybe protected by the broadcaster and not available via the Component or RGB scart outpurts)
Easy installation and operation
Resolution format: 1080i, 720p, 576p, 576i
DVB-S2 and DVB-S compatible
Ethernet support (for future use)
Full colour, high resolution electronic program guide
Automatic software upgrade via satellite
Upscaling of Standard Definition channels
Audio description / One touch subtitle
Dimensions (Width x Height x Depth): 280 x 45 x 200mm
Weight: 1.5kg

It has an ethernet socket on the back to watch BBCi Player,ITV Player etc when they become available.The box had a scart cable,HDMI cable,& audio cables included.
Can't find it cheaper after a few searches.Really quick easy to set-up,& simple user interface.

9 Comments

Very good deal, But if you want to save a further pound.......
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Original Poster

Duh,i saw that one,but didn't register the price.
6% Quidco for online sales with House of Fraser,3% with Laskys.

£89:95 + carriage from Humax, called graded but mine had never been out of the box!
humaxdirect.co.uk/pro…070

John Lewis are selling for £119.50, price match with PC World or Currys (retailing @ £159.99) reserve and collect instore for match plus 10% of the difference = £115.45.

Original Poster

John Lewis are House of Fraser.

Andydreamtheater;7573161

John Lewis are House of Fraser.



Forgive me but your point is?......as I said, price match it with PC World or Currys on the John Lewis name and get it a bit cheaper. I promise you if you went instore at PCW or Currys and asked for a price match with the House of Fraser name they would reject it.

Original Poster

Well,forgive me too,but how could £119.99 be price-matched UP to to something costing £159.99 & still get 10% of the difference off when it's already 40 quid less?

Andydreamtheater;7580395

Well,forgive me too,but how could £119.99 be price-matched UP to to … Well,forgive me too,but how could £119.99 be price-matched UP to to something costing £159.99 & still get 10% of the difference off when it's already 40 quid less?



With respect I dont think you are following what I am saying here. PC World and Currys (one and the same company of course including Dixons) operate a price promise. They have a list of retailers that they promise to price match with and one of them is John Lewis. It states that if you find any item cheaper than their selling price they will match that price and give you a further 10% of the difference between the two prices. Hence in the case of this Humax HD box it works as follows:

The PCWorld/Currys price is £159.99, the John Lewis price £119.50 = a difference of £40.49. 10% of £40.49 = £4.04....therefore PC World or Currys will match the John Lewis price and give you a further £4.04 off the price making the invoice total £115.46 instore over the counter at any PCWorld or Currys, deal done. You can also use this price promise on telephone orders. I hope that clarifies things.

Andydreamtheater;7573161

John Lewis are House of Fraser.



Actually they are two different companies, they aren't connected at all!
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