Members Week Co-op Electrical - Digihome 32273SFVPT2HD Black - 32Inch HD Ready LED TV - £159 (£179 non-members)
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Members Week Co-op Electrical - Digihome 32273SFVPT2HD Black - 32Inch HD Ready LED TV - £159 (£179 non-members)

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Found 5th Nov
First time posting so be nice.

Co-op Electrical are having their annual Members Week sale. Some big discounts on selected products.

Although this TV hasn't been spectacularly reduced in price unlike some other products listed on their website (only a £20 price reduction), it caught my eye.

£159.99 for a 32" HD ready LED smart TV with Freeview, HDMI ports and USB connections seems a pretty good deal. Just plug in an amazon Fire TV Stick or apply your Netflix subscription and you are away. The online reviews are all extremely positive.

I have placed an order with Co-op electrical before and thought they provided really great service. You can chose the date of delivery, they email you a one hour time slot the evening before, are really helpful when they arrive and best of all; delivery is completely free.

Well done Co-op!

8 Comments

Seems cheap. Should I wait until Black Friday is what gets me thinking

I wouldn't consider myself a TV snob, but HD Ready at 32" is going to look nasty (depends on viewing distance and eye sight, I guess a few may be happy?)
Edited by: "decanay" 5th Nov

gsj8710 m ago

Pay £20 more and get this - …Pay £20 more and get this - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/toshiba-32-inch-smart-full-hd-1080p-led-tv-with-built-in-wifi-freeview-playhd-free-delivery-199-amazon-2822787

It's £40 more... Or £39 if you need to pay for coop membership. But I do agree, rather than HD ready, should consider spending a bit more to get full HD

do students get ten percent off or is it just food

jonmarz895 h, 49 m ago

do students get ten percent off or is it just food


It is food only, nice try though

decanay5th Nov

I wouldn't consider myself a TV snob, but HD Ready at 32" is going to look …I wouldn't consider myself a TV snob, but HD Ready at 32" is going to look nasty (depends on viewing distance and eye sight, I guess a few may be happy?)


That makes no sense. The smaller the tv the less you need full HD. HD ready on a 65" tv would be nasty
Edited by: "jb66" 8th Nov

jb667 h, 37 m ago

That makes no sense. The smaller the tv the less you need full HD. HD …That makes no sense. The smaller the tv the less you need full HD. HD ready on a 65" tv would be nasty


Huh?? What makes no sense? What you are saying is true about smaller TV's, but I don't see any relevance or contradiction in that statement to my comment. I didn't say HD Ready on a 65" would look OK but nasty on a 32", which would like you say, make no sense. All I said was it would look poor on a 32". I'm basing that on having owned a (and seen other) HD Ready 28", which looked really poor compared to it's replacement, which was a 37" Full HD. From that, logically, to me at the very least, a 32" HD Ready will look worse than poor, hence "nasty".

You haven't actually said that you think a 32" HD Ready TV will look good or not, so I'm not sure that you're even disagreeing with me. Are you?
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