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Humax HDR FOX-T2 PVR - £269.10 @ Very (+ 10% Quidco)
Humax HDR FOX-T2 PVR - £269.10 @ Very (+ 10% Quidco)

Humax HDR FOX-T2 PVR - £269.10 @ Very (+ 10% Quidco)

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Confirmed release date: 9/8/10

Quidco brings total price down to £242.19 (+ delivery). Deal includes 10% off a first order code, available through Quidco (expires 17/8/10)

Cost elsewhere: £329

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May be an idea to hold off for a bit. Buying a brand new product makes you efectively a BEta tester. Wait till it is regarded as a stable design.

Original Poster

Possibly, although it's been in testing for ages and Humax even sacrificed releasing it in time for the world cup to ensure all bugs are dealt with.

Regardless of this, it's still a great deal.

Not enough HD freeview stations to warrant this cost, but if you want it good price.

If Very are going to be selling this for £299 (before codes etc) you can bet the likes of amazon will be selling if for nearer £250 when they get hold of it. Very are currently selling the PVR9300t for £199 and it is £150-170 everywhere else.

Fluffykins

May be an idea to hold off for a bit. Buying a brand new product makes … May be an idea to hold off for a bit. Buying a brand new product makes you efectively a BEta tester. Wait till it is regarded as a stable design.



I gave up Beta testing the T2 single tuner & took it back

Your text here

I can not get Sky or cable So for some of us Freeveiw HD is the only option
Hope Play honour my £199 pre order for the Toshiba HD PVR
( If not will by elsewhere)

With the Toshiba the only one to date including HDMI inputs
My single HDMI older TV wont need a switcing box
Edited by: "LFishpond" 29th Jul 2010

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tonyd19565

Not enough HD freeview stations to warrant this cost, but if you want it … Not enough HD freeview stations to warrant this cost, but if you want it good price.



I understand that it upscales SD too, plus more HD channels coming in the second half of this year.

If Very are going to be selling this for £299 (before codes etc) you can … If Very are going to be selling this for £299 (before codes etc) you can bet the likes of amazon will be selling if for nearer £250 when they get hold of it.



Maybe, maybe not, but they haven't gotten hold of it and even if they sold it for £250, this price beats it. A cold vote based on speculation about future prices that don't even exist doesn't make much sense to me (I don't know if you voted, I'm just saying).

Deal through Quidco is 10% discount code and 8% Cash back netts to £247.57

Original Poster

Could somebody please explain the logic behind voting this cold?

It's better than any other price (prove me wrong) and is good value for what it is.

It's reactions like this that undermine sites like these and indicate that people are voting for reasons other than whether it is actually a good deal or not.

cheers just ordered 2 of them, going to get rid of virgin which is costing me £75 a month, going to o2 for broadband and phone.got two for £540 and pay next july plus quidco if it pays, its tracking at £54 fingers crossed it will pay
Edited by: "stuart1955" 30th Jul 2010

I think this is a seriously hot deal - I ordered it this morning, and my TopCashBack has tracked too.

Woooo!
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