LG 32 inch (80cm) LED TV £199 @ Asda
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LG 32 inch (80cm) LED TV £199 @ Asda

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Found 31st Dec 2014
No expert but seems a good deal?
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ASDA ?

No Sainsbury's, I saw it there too.

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I found in Asda

Asda & Sainsbury then lol

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very good!

Got this tv and the picture is great in bright scenes after tweaking as poor in darker scenes because of poor blacks. The real killer though is the truly dreadful sound which is surprising since it's quite a thick tv

this is at Asda Sainsbury and Argos at same price £199 Argos have no stock anywhere but seen in Asda and Sainsbury in last few days, this is the LG 32LN5400 which is an older model the new one has a 0U at the end of the model number and has freeview hd.

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Hmm Walmart I don't think so, Sainburys are doing a better deal Panasonic

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divinorum

Hmm Walmart I don't think so, Sainburys are doing a better deal Panasonic



you can most likely get these at walmart too, tho the import tax / travel costs would kill the deal

so stick to asda
Edited by: "chrisking66" 31st Dec 2014

We bought this from asda direct before Christmas for £229, and as predicated Yodel lost it.


Anyway my girlfriend seen it on Boxing day in asda for this price and I bought it.

So yodel actually doing what they do best saved me some money

Can't see OP's one online, but they do have a 'Polaroid' 32" HD-ready TV @ £179.99, doesn't look brilliant tbh.

Decent deal for a respected brand TV. New year heat!

Same price in argos and sainsburys and already posted!

chrisking66

you can most likely get these at walmart too, tho the import tax / travel … you can most likely get these at walmart too, tho the import tax / travel costs would kill the dealso stick to asda



Walmart own Asda.

What is the spec of this tv?

i_like_crisps

Walmart own Asda.



I kinda think he was joking about the Walmart thing (importing it, etc) LOL ...

Sainsburys are also doing a Samsung TV for £199.99 as well (inshore only)

TesseractOrion

I kinda think he was joking about the Walmart thing (importing it, etc) … I kinda think he was joking about the Walmart thing (importing it, etc) LOL ...



But ASDA is the subsidiary of Walmart. Just because Cadbury is a subsidiary of Kraft Foods, do we ask for a bar of Kraft Dairy Milk or Kraft Roses? I think not (_;)
Edited by: "xeroc" 1st Jan 2014

xeroc

But ASDA is the subsidiary of Walmart. Just because Cadbury is a … But ASDA is the subsidiary of Walmart. Just because Cadbury is a subsidiary of Kraft Foods, do we ask for a bar of Kraft Dairy Milk or Kraft Roses? I think not (_;)



Yeah, exactly what I was getting at LOL

Jono Digital

What is the spec of this tv?



Technically, it's 'Not great' X)

Same one in Asda stevenage last week for £149.
They had about 15 different models that the manager was trying to get rid of.

TesseractOrion

Can't see OP's one online, but they do have a 'Polaroid' 32" HD-ready TV … Can't see OP's one online, but they do have a 'Polaroid' 32" HD-ready TV @ £179.99, doesn't look brilliant tbh.

keep away from the polaroid one very poor build quality. iam on my third one in 5mths.

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i_like_crisps

Walmart own Asda.



ofc they do i know that, but they dont have walmart over the door (well some do in small print as part of the walmart group),

buying one from a real walmart one with walmart over the door, would either be going to the usa (travel costs) or using walmart.com online and (paying import taxes)

witch is what i was replying to that people said you can get them at walmart, asda tho owned by walmart is not walmart or there own brand items would be called walmart and walmart value

tho i suppose not the point lol
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