Humax HB-1000S Freesat+ with Freetime (Refurb) £58.94 USING CODE W2060 @ Bargain Crazy
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Humax HB-1000S Freesat+ with Freetime (Refurb) £58.94 USING CODE W2060 @ Bargain Crazy

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Found 21st Jan 2015
Get the price by using code W2060. It is Refurbished, but I have recently bought a Panasonic 3D Blu-ray player and a laptop from them which were refurbished and they were in great condition.

Useful info:

Access to 200+ channels, including HD stations
Catch up with 7-day Roll Back Freetime guide across 26 channels
Freesat App lets you watch any time, any where via your phone/tablet
On Demand services include iPlayer, 4oD, Demand 5 and ITV Player
YouTube access
Freesat satellite dish required
2x USB, HDMI
Ethernet connections
Wi-Fi via USB dongle (sold separately)
Dimensions: D 155, W 200, H 38mm
Humax HB -1000S Freesat+ with Freetime HD Digital TV Receiver

16 Comments

Now for the best bit for people with a Sky satellite dish.
Freesat can use that dish without any need to do anything apart from plug the sat cables in to the free sat box. Simples and no more fees for sky
freesat.co.uk/get…sky

P.s ordered. Thanks op

Original Poster

Would have ordered it myself if my internet wasn't terrible, going to stick with my Sky Multiroom HD box and have freesat from Sky.

very tempting!

Saying no stock available....

oos

Love that site. "Price comparisons are against products sold by Shop Direct Group’s Littlewoods brand in the last 12 months".

Such an obvious site to compare prices with oO

Original Poster

Stealth_Fox

Love that site. "Price comparisons are against products sold by Shop … Love that site. "Price comparisons are against products sold by Shop Direct Group’s Littlewoods brand in the last 12 months".Such an obvious site to compare prices with oO

That's just because they sell ex Littlewoods/Very stock though

Been looking for one of these for ages and they're now out of stock
preferably looking for one with hd, record and iplayer under £100 if anybody knows any others?

MIDURIX

That's just because they sell ex Littlewoods/Very stock though

But a TV is a TV (for example), if I could get it new for £50 more from somewhere else, what would I care if the place they refurb them from sell it for £200 more?
Edited by: "Stealth_Fox" 21st Jan 2015

New £78.99 from SuperFi and John Lewis and all the other usual suspects.

It would seem these deals are a rare as TESCOn's ones

Original Poster

Stealth_Fox

But a TV is a TV (for example), if I could get it new for £50 more from … But a TV is a TV (for example), if I could get it new for £50 more from somewhere else, what would I care if the place they refurb them from sell it for £200 more?

Almost a good point, but they state that with their new stuff as well. Bargain Crazy don't usually discount their stuff when they put it on the site, so I see no harm in them giving a price which they state has been on their sister sites, to give people some idea of the discount they are getting.

You're right, in this instance the refurbed product is available for new for ONLY £20 more

Original Poster

Stealth_Fox

You're right, in this instance the refurbed product is available for new … You're right, in this instance the refurbed product is available for new for ONLY £20 more

The Panasonic blu-ray player I got was £30 with a code, or i could have got it for about £20-30 more new, everything was sealed apart from the unit itself which has some marks on which wiped off. I would happily pay £20 less for something which is in the same condition as a new product after 5 seconds of use.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 21st Jan 2015

Indeed one important point on the term refurbished. It must be applied by retailers if the box has been opened even if the product hasn't been used. So, yes it is a bit of a gamble, but if my one turns up with a jam sandwich sticking out of it, I can return it back to them. Hopefully, I get one that's been unused. Or that had a hardware failure and the part has been replaced and the system given a second QA inspection. Still as much chance of failure as one that's not refurbed. Still as much chance it will be perfect. But that £20 stays in my pocket until I click 'new' on the deals button and damn, there goes the £20 I saved on another item on here. Lol
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