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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £89.99 at Lenovo (3 years warranty)
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Lenovo D24f-10 23.6" FHD Freesync TN 144hz 1ms Gaming Monitor £89.99 at Lenovo (3 years warranty)

£89.99£12930%Lenovo UK Deals
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Posted 17th Jan

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Good price and decent 144Hz monitor.

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KEY FEATURES
  • 23.6" Display
  • TN Panel
  • Full HD 1920x1080 Resolution
  • 1ms Response Time
  • 144Hz Refresh Rate
  • HDMI/DisplayPort Connectivity
  • Headphone Socket
  • 100x100mm VESA Mountable
  • 16:9 Aspect Ratio
  • 250 cd/m² Brightness
  • 1000:1 Contrast Ratio
  • 3 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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She's no looker, that's for sure, but then again I don't look at the bezels when I'm playing games...

Great deal, OP and I was too weak to resist.
WOW, CRAZY PRICE
but those borders.... eww
Edited by: "nerf-addict" 18th Jan
144hz and 1ms for £90? Hot af.
I like how this was 76.99 in December and didn't get even half as hot as this post. I bought one and for the price I really can't complain. The difference between this 60/75hz is certainly noticeable. Sure, the colours aren't as crisp as my IPS screen,but it's a gaming monitor at 144hz, I ain't gonna be ascending a cliff, slowly panning round and thinking wow, the colour accuracy of those intricate ocean details are something to behold; I'm going to be flicking my mouse rapidly trying to find out where that scrub is trying to headshot me.
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WOW, CRAZY PRICE
but those borders.... eww
Edited by: "nerf-addict" 18th Jan
Bezels from the stone ages
Missed out on the recent Currys Aoc monitor. Fancy a 144hz monitor over 1440p however
24 inch and TN? alright as a second monitor I guess
Amazing price!☆
Free shipping too!☆☆
Edited by: "PsillyPseudonym" 17th Jan
Rusty8217/01/2020 19:30

Bezels from the stone ages


Yeah that's what kills it regardless of good price but still deserves HEAT.
garybb17/01/2020 20:15

Yeah that's what kills it regardless of good price but still deserves HEAT.


Yeah, it is a good price and I voted it hot but I couldn't have it for that reason. Still waiting for the AOC 24" IPS 1080p 1MS 75hz monitor to come back on amazon at £110. Knew I'd regret holding off til Jan.
garybb17/01/2020 20:15

Yeah that's what kills it regardless of good price but still deserves HEAT.


Nah, what really kills it is the foreign merchant. Doesn't even qualify for UK-based S75 protection.
144hz and 1ms for £90? Hot af.
I'll take the risk on this one I suppose, fingers crossed its half decent
She's no looker, that's for sure, but then again I don't look at the bezels when I'm playing games...

Great deal, OP and I was too weak to resist.
SaxonStar17/01/2020 23:18

I'll take the risk on this one I suppose, fingers crossed its half decent



I bought the same monitor at the end of last year for £99 and it’s well worth the money. Don’t care about large bezels.
AndyRoyd17/01/2020 21:18

Nah, what really kills it is the foreign merchant. Doesn't even qualify …Nah, what really kills it is the foreign merchant. Doesn't even qualify for UK-based S75 protection.



Yes it does.

“Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act also applies to foreign transactions as well as goods bought online, by telephone or mail order for delivery to the UK from overseas”

which.co.uk/con…act

In any case it’s actually sold by Digital River in Ireland so it’s covered under all the EU protection/legislation.
Edited by: "Rossmor40" 18th Jan
Rossmor4018/01/2020 00:07

Yes it does.“Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act also applies to foreign …Yes it does.“Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act also applies to foreign transactions as well as goods bought online, by telephone or mail order for delivery to the UK from overseas” https://www.which.co.uk/consumer-rights/regulation/section-75-of-the-consumer-credit-actIn any case it’s actually sold by Digital River in Ireland so it’s covered under all the EU protection/legislation.


Rubbish. This item does not qualify for S75 protection.
AndyRoyd18/01/2020 00:19

Rubbish. This item does not qualify for S75 protection.



Ok whatever just make it up as you go along.
AndyRoyd18/01/2020 00:19

Rubbish. This item does not qualify for S75 protection.


Genuinely interested - what part of "Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act also applies to foreign transactions as well as goods bought online, by telephone or mail order for delivery to the UK from overseas" doesn't apply here?

Of course, S75 doesn't apply to purchases under £100, so quite why you were bringing up S75 protection in relation to this being a foreign purchase, I'm not really sure.
Rossmor4018/01/2020 00:24

Ok whatever just make it up as you go along.


This item does not qualify as stated by the non-"made up as you go along" schedule for Consumer Credit Act 1974 Section 75(3)(b) at legislation.gov.uk/uks…ade
AndyRoyd18/01/2020 00:34

This item does not qualify as stated by the non-"made up as you go along" …This item does not qualify as stated by the non-"made up as you go along" schedule for Consumer Credit Act 1974 Section 75(3)(b) at http://www.legislation.gov.uk/uksi/1983/1878/schedule/made


But neither would a UK item, so I don't really understand why you said "what really kills it is the foreign merchant" and b) "UK-based" S75 protection (since it's clear the legislation doesn't matter whether it's UK-based).
Ashe18/01/2020 00:32

Genuinely interested - what part of "Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act …Genuinely interested - what part of "Section 75 of the Consumer Credit Act also applies to foreign transactions as well as goods bought online, by telephone or mail order for delivery to the UK from overseas" doesn't apply here?Of course, S75 doesn't apply to purchases under £100, so quite why you were bringing up S75 protection in relation to this being a foreign purchase, I'm not really sure.


Other poster linked S75 exemption and foreign merchant. The original mention of "S75" was in a separate sentence to "foreign merchant". The original mention of S75 would have shown benefit to make the foreign transaction a local transaction, but as mentioned multiple times: this item does not qualify for S75, or as originally stated in its own sentence: "Doesn't even qualify for UK-based S75 protection."
Ashe18/01/2020 00:39

But neither would a UK item, so I don't really understand why you said …But neither would a UK item, so I don't really understand why you said "what really kills it is the foreign merchant" and b) "UK-based" S75 protection (since it's clear the legislation doesn't matter whether it's UK-based).


Re-read two sentences as originally posted:
Nah, what really kills it is the foreign merchant. Doesn't even qualify for UK-based S75 protection.
The benefit of S75 would be the foreign transaction would become UK-based, but this item does not qualify.
AndyRoyd18/01/2020 00:43

Re-read two sentences as originally posted:Nah, what really kills it is …Re-read two sentences as originally posted:Nah, what really kills it is the foreign merchant. Doesn't even qualify for UK-based S75 protection.The benefit of S75 would be the foreign transaction would become UK-based, but this item does not qualify.


I did read it as originally posted. If *both* a UK merchant and a non-UK merchant wouldn't be eligible for S75, I don't understand why the foreign merchant "kills it". Especially since we're talking about Lenovo, not some dodgy site.
Ashe18/01/2020 00:45

I did read it as originally posted. If *both* a UK merchant and a non-UK …I did read it as originally posted. If *both* a UK merchant and a non-UK merchant wouldn't be eligible for S75, I don't understand why the foreign merchant "kills it". Especially since we're talking about Lenovo, not some dodgy site.


If sold by a UK merchant, it would be kinda pointless to suggest the benefit of S75 would be to convert a UK-based transaction to a UK-based transaction (lol), but obvsly there is benefit when the merchant is not UK-based, when the item qualifies.

The site listing the kit is immaterial; the merchant is foreign, and foreign legislation applies. Even the logistics of foreign supply implies complexity.
What happens if the item has say two dead pixels and the buyer wishes to return the item within whatever non-UK equiv of 14 days off-premises sales legislation is available? Does the merchant accept such returns (reasonably sure it does). Is the item collected by the merchant; or does the buyer re-package and send back to merchant's country (ever tried to find a courier that will insure a monitor in transit, esp to non-UK destination?), or send to a UK address, where the cost to consumer is obvsly more if sending back to CoO. Top tip: buyer funds the return shipping, to wherever the merchant decides it should be shipped.
Aboslutely convinced very few buyers will have considered just that one circumstance, and equally sure very few buyers will have read the merchant's t&c to see what the (any?) procedure is. Reasonably sure most buyers won't even be able to find the merchant's t&c prior to purchase. Top tip: when you find the merchant's t&c, you'll notice they haven't been updated for about 6 years, regardless of any local legislation changes within that time, whatever the local legislation is because the supplier certainly doesn't reference it.
That's just one example. You can see from the many HUKD ask posts that many consumers are not familiar with local consumer legislation detail let alone foreign / EU legislation.
But yes, it's a great deal, for chancers.
AndyRoyd18/01/2020 01:20

If sold by a UK merchant, it would be kinda pointless to suggest the …If sold by a UK merchant, it would be kinda pointless to suggest the benefit of S75 would be to convert a UK-based transaction to a UK-based transaction (lol), but obvsly there is benefit when the merchant is not UK-based, when the item qualifies.The site listing the kit is immaterial; the merchant is foreign, and foreign legislation applies. Even the logistics of foreign supply implies complexity. What happens if the item has say two dead pixels and the buyer wishes to return the item within whatever non-UK equiv of 14 days off-premises sales legislation is available? Does the merchant accept such returns (reasonably sure it does). Is the item collected by the merchant; or does the buyer re-package and send back to merchant's country (ever tried to find a courier that will insure a monitor in transit, esp to non-UK destination?), or send to a UK address, where the cost to consumer is obvsly more if sending back to CoO. Top tip: buyer funds the return shipping, to wherever the merchant decides it should be shipped.Aboslutely convinced very few buyers will have considered just that one circumstance, and equally sure very few buyers will have read the merchant's t&c to see what the (any?) procedure is. Reasonably sure most buyers won't even be able to find the merchant's t&c prior to purchase. Top tip: when you find the merchant's t&c, you'll notice they haven't been updated for about 6 years, regardless of any local legislation changes within that time, whatever the local legislation is because the supplier certainly doesn't reference it.That's just one example. You can see from the many HUKD ask posts that many consumers are not familiar with local consumer legislation detail let alone foreign / EU legislation.But yes, it's a great deal, for chancers.


"For chancers".

We're talking about Lenovo and Digital River Ireland here. Probably more likely to have trouble buying from some small relatively unknown UK supplier than you are buying from them, regardless of where they're based.
Ashe18/01/2020 01:26

"For chancers".We're talking about Lenovo and Digital River Ireland here. …"For chancers".We're talking about Lenovo and Digital River Ireland here. Probably more likely to have trouble buying from some small relatively unknown UK supplier than you are buying from them, regardless of where they're based.


Seeking redress from a UK merchant regardless of size should be straightforward. Seeking the same redress from a non-UK supplier is not, especially when the bigger players have more resources to optionally not play ball.
Buyer is at liberty to choose.
Lenovo sure do love their thick bezels and TN panels lol, I have their laptop...
Unbelievable spec for the money but that monitor is so ugly... man I'm tempted though
hot hot hot, so rare to see 144hz with 1ms from a reputable brand for <£100!
Ashe18/01/2020 01:26

"For chancers".We're talking about Lenovo and Digital River Ireland here. …"For chancers".We're talking about Lenovo and Digital River Ireland here. Probably more likely to have trouble buying from some small relatively unknown UK supplier than you are buying from them, regardless of where they're based.


I agree.

Who cares if it has blah75 or not. It's under 100 quid and that's a night out on the town for most. Others will always find excuses to put people off from buying. That's what kills it.
Whats the cheapest 4k monitor going right now guys?
Nice cheap budget monitor so will give it some heat

Not many reviews for it but the ones I did find are not great. Would give it a miss if looking for a gaming monitor but if looking for a budget monitor its decent. Sadly its a 5ms response time unless its overclocked, The screen doesn't get good reviews either, colours are meh and the panel has issues with lighting. You get what you pay for I suppose.

Just be careful anyone who is buying this as a second monitor, it can be problematic running two monitors on different refresh rates on the same gpu whilst gaming. There are various fixes but just be aware.
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Not IPS. Cold
I like how this was 76.99 in December and didn't get even half as hot as this post. I bought one and for the price I really can't complain. The difference between this 60/75hz is certainly noticeable. Sure, the colours aren't as crisp as my IPS screen,but it's a gaming monitor at 144hz, I ain't gonna be ascending a cliff, slowly panning round and thinking wow, the colour accuracy of those intricate ocean details are something to behold; I'm going to be flicking my mouse rapidly trying to find out where that scrub is trying to headshot me.
I managed to get this for 77 at the start of the month and for the money it's an absolute steal. Yes large bezels but unless your running a multi monitor setup then it shouldn't affect you and it's actually not bad looking. TN panel so not great viewing angles but when it's a pc monitor why should you care? If the colour reproduction is an issue for you then you wouldn't be looking at this anyway.

Only nagging bit for me is lack of inputs, one display port and one hdmi means I have to switch out as I have my pc, PS4 and Xbox linked up.
Get 3 for a cheap amd eyefinity / Nvidia surround experience.
Hope you find some ultrawides soooon
houston2619/01/2020 10:16

I managed to get this for 77 at the start of the month and for the money …I managed to get this for 77 at the start of the month and for the money it's an absolute steal. Yes large bezels but unless your running a multi monitor setup then it shouldn't affect you and it's actually not bad looking. TN panel so not great viewing angles but when it's a pc monitor why should you care? If the colour reproduction is an issue for you then you wouldn't be looking at this anyway. Only nagging bit for me is lack of inputs, one display port and one hdmi means I have to switch out as I have my pc, PS4 and Xbox linked up.


Buy splitter
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Yeah I looked into them but a true hdmi 2.0 splitter costs a canny bit.

One you linked is 1.4 so be lucky if I get 60hz out of it. Plus I play a lot of cod and it does introduce lag. Not saying I'm a pro but I need any little advantage I can get.

It's an annoyance switching the cable but one I can live with
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