LG 32LJ610V 32 Inch Smart Full HD TV at Argos, plus £10 voucher - £249
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LG 32LJ610V 32 Inch Smart Full HD TV at Argos, plus £10 voucher - £249

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Found 2nd Feb
I’ve been looking for a decent HD TV for our bedroom for a while and came across this which ticks all the boxes for me, especially with the decent smart functions that come with this TV. In addition they have their offer on at the moment for a £10 voucher if you spend over £100.
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Original Poster
The thing is though mate, I don’t think they do 4K in this size and my bedroom tv dimensions are quite specific so I couldn’t go for anything bigger.
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I would not be spending £250 on a 1080p 32" TV in 2018. You are better off getting a 4k screen, probably somewhat bigger, for longevity, or a cheaper / second hand TV of equivalent specs keep looking is my suggestion. These TVs were like £300 over 5 years ago!
Original Poster
The thing is though mate, I don’t think they do 4K in this size and my bedroom tv dimensions are quite specific so I couldn’t go for anything bigger.
This is my dilemma, I want a 32” for a bedroom/Xbox but the deals are quite poor at this screen size!
Jigger133 m ago

This is my dilemma, I want a 32” for a bedroom/Xbox but the deals are q …This is my dilemma, I want a 32” for a bedroom/Xbox but the deals are quite poor at this screen size!


I ended up getting a 32" 1080p Samsung for £120. Normal TV though.
sAmeri11 m ago

I ended up getting a 32" 1080p Samsung for £120. Normal TV though.


Nice! Where from?
Jigger132nd Feb

Nice! Where from?


Argos eBay store with the 20% code a few weeks back, they're out of stock now though. Model is UE32F5000.
Zoea6 h, 13 m ago

I would not be spending £250 on a 1080p 32" TV in 2018. You are better off …I would not be spending £250 on a 1080p 32" TV in 2018. You are better off getting a 4k screen, probably somewhat bigger, for longevity, or a cheaper / second hand TV of equivalent specs keep looking is my suggestion. These TVs were like £300 over 5 years ago!


Yeah, just the same way as if you'd bought an SD TV in 2008 you'd be unable to watch....

Um...

Well, I can't think of any programs not available in DVD quality in 2018, and I haven't heard any murmerings of HD being made a minimum requirement to watch anything.


'4K because The Future' seems like a very dubious claim.
EndlessWaves6 m ago

Yeah, just the same way as if you'd bought an SD TV in 2008 you'd be …Yeah, just the same way as if you'd bought an SD TV in 2008 you'd be unable to watch....Um...Well, I can't think of any programs not available in DVD quality in 2018, and I haven't heard any murmerings of HD being made a minimum requirement to watch anything.'4K because The Future' seems like a very dubious claim.


I only claim it's expensive for what it is, I still don't have any 4k myself.
Zoea2 h, 22 m ago

I only claim it's expensive for what it is, I still don't have any 4k …I only claim it's expensive for what it is, I still don't have any 4k myself.


But that logic only works on the assumption that everything 4K is better than anything Full HD in every way, which definitely isn't the case.
Zoea6 h, 19 m ago

I only claim it's expensive for what it is, I still don't have any 4k …I only claim it's expensive for what it is, I still don't have any 4k myself.


Have you seen this cheaper elsewhere?
It's 259 at John Lewis with a 5 year gaurantee
Bestard9 h, 1 m ago

Have you seen this cheaper elsewhere?


No. I paid £320 ish for my full HD 1080p 32" about 2006 though.
Zoea1 h, 4 m ago

No. I paid £320 ish for my full HD 1080p 32" about 2006 though.


I paid over seven hundred quid for my series six forty inch Samsung ten years ago.
How come your tv was so cheap?
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