LG 24MP58VQ-P.AEU 24-Inch LCD/LED Monitor - Black - Sold & Fulfilled by Amazon £94.99
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LG 24MP58VQ-P.AEU 24-Inch LCD/LED Monitor - Black - Sold & Fulfilled by Amazon £94.99

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Found 29th Nov
Cheap monitor, temporarily out of stock however, they still allow you to place an order.

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No monitor expert but it looks like you're getting what you are paying for and not much info on there

On the link it's £154

Original Poster

Splice43 s ago

On the link it's £154


Amazon are selling for £94.99 just have to go to the other sellers box.

Ahh ok good value

  • Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your credit card will not be charged until we ship the item.
  • Nominated Day Delivery available

This ips?

Ah the price of Brexit. Just a year ago basic 24-inch full HD monitors started around £75; . Now most are north of £90.

Imagine blaming brexit for monitor prices!! Funny TVs haven’t gone up.

hcc277 m ago

Ah the price of Brexit. Just a year ago basic 24-inch full HD monitors …Ah the price of Brexit. Just a year ago basic 24-inch full HD monitors started around £75; . Now most are north of £90.


This is IPS, though, and would have been a good price even a year ago.

Original Poster

craigl1 h, 29 m ago

Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. …Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available. We'll e-mail you with an estimated delivery date as soon as we have more information. Your credit card will not be charged until we ship the item.Nominated Day Delivery available


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russdj197828 m ago

Imagine blaming brexit for monitor prices!! Funny TVs haven’t gone up.


Oh, the fall in sterling was fake news? Great - I'll give you commission if you can get me equivalent exchange rates to May 2016.

Otherwise if a product hasn't gone up then either the foreign ex-factory price has gone down or someone in the supply chain has taken a hit. Or do you have another explanation?

SackCity13 m ago

Read the description


I did and got the above message.

brainsys2 h, 37 m ago

Oh, the fall in sterling was fake news? Great - I'll give you commission …Oh, the fall in sterling was fake news? Great - I'll give you commission if you can get me equivalent exchange rates to May 2016.Otherwise if a product hasn't gone up then either the foreign ex-factory price has gone down or someone in the supply chain has taken a hit. Or do you have another explanation?


But the pound has been lower before brexit was even a word. What’s your explanation for that then? Or is it too simple just to blame brexit for everything?

russdj19781 h, 30 m ago

But the pound has been lower before brexit was even a word. What’s your e …But the pound has been lower before brexit was even a word. What’s your explanation for that then? Or is it too simple just to blame brexit for everything?


Brexit vote *is* to blame for the price of *everything* that is imported being ~15% higher than it would have been otherwise. The Brexit vote has already cost the UK public billions.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 29th Nov

Scottc12335 m ago

Brexit vote *is* to blame for the price of *everything* that is imported …Brexit vote *is* to blame for the price of *everything* that is imported being ~15% higher than it would have been otherwise. The Brexit vote has already cost the UK public billions.


But how do you know what the value of the pound would have been if we stayed in? You don’t.

Out of stock. Laptopdirect have stock and free delivery option. Up to 10 days. Same price!
Edited by: "gummby" 29th Nov

lg.com/us/…tor


Why is no one reviewing this product? It's bizarre that LG have not got a single person to review it on their website.

russdj197814 h, 50 m ago

But the pound has been lower before brexit was even a word. What’s your e …But the pound has been lower before brexit was even a word. What’s your explanation for that then? Or is it too simple just to blame brexit for everything?


Spreading fake news again? Going back 10 years the pound has NEVER been lower against the dollar than now: xe.com/cur…10Y

If the facts don't fit, make 'em up?

brainsys2 h, 45 m ago

Spreading fake news again? Going back 10 years the pound has NEVER been …Spreading fake news again? Going back 10 years the pound has NEVER been lower against the dollar than now: https://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=GBP&to=USD&view=10YIf the facts don't fit, make 'em up?


Anyone who thinks brevity has had no impact is a fool. Any chance adds uncertainty and if markets are uncertain they fall. I know of billions of pounds of project put on hold because of this. Bonkers as they are internal to the UK. Buts that's the facts.

Exchange rates should be a lot higher with more folks working than ever!

Shame it's not got a VESA mount.

It does adjust up and down.

brainsys11 h, 6 m ago

Spreading fake news again? Going back 10 years the pound has NEVER been …Spreading fake news again? Going back 10 years the pound has NEVER been lower against the dollar than now: https://www.xe.com/currencycharts/?from=GBP&to=USD&view=10YIf the facts don't fit, make 'em up?


Fake news again? What? Also why are you measuring against the dollar? Who set that as the yard stick?

russdj19782 h, 24 m ago

Fake news again? What? Also why are you measuring against the dollar? Who …Fake news again? What? Also why are you measuring against the dollar? Who set that as the yard stick?


Because it's the global currency traditionally used for ex-factory pricing of IT stuff. What other currency, if any, do you think more appropriate for tracking computer monitors?
Edited by: "brainsys" 1st Dec

brainsys30th Nov

Because it's the global currency traditionally used for ex-factory pricing …Because it's the global currency traditionally used for ex-factory pricing of IT stuff. What other currency, if any, do you think more appropriate for tracking computer monitors?


Probably where the item is manufactured and sold from! That’s when the exchange rate will come into play surely

russdj197811 h, 36 m ago

Probably where the item is manufactured and sold from! That’s when the e …Probably where the item is manufactured and sold from! That’s when the exchange rate will come into play surely


Guess you can enlighten the public about those major currencies versus which pound did not decrease significantly as a result of brexit.

Hope you don't think monitor produced in say Turkey, has a export trade price sticked to the Turkish lira...

russdj197813 h, 22 m ago

Probably where the item is manufactured and sold from! That’s when the e …Probably where the item is manufactured and sold from! That’s when the exchange rate will come into play surely


Doesn't work that way. Brent Crude from, err, Britain's North Sea is always quoted in USD. The most meaningful quoted pricing for goods traded globally will be in a reasonably stable reserve currency. That isn't GBP as last year's debacle demonstrated.

Hence, as I said originally, the exchange rate post Brexit applicable to this product is the worst in modern times. But if you insist on the Chinese Yuan (I presume the country of manufacture) the situation is just the same: xe.com/cur…10Y

it says its LCD not IPS

edit: nvm wrong product
Edited by: "azual" 4th Dec
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