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Panasonic Plasma TV TH-37PX80B £586.24 @ M&S
Panasonic Plasma TV TH-37PX80B £586.24 @ M&S

Panasonic Plasma TV TH-37PX80B £586.24 @ M&S

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HD ready plasma TV at a great price inc delivery and a 5 year warranty. I've been looking for this for a while. Richer Sounds are slightly cheaper but they have no stock and their guarantee is not quite so good. Not full HD but the reviews for this TV are fantastic. Prices are likely to go up soon due to a strong Yen and weak pound - buy now!

Price quoted on site is £599.99 but there is a vat adjustment on checkout.

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Wont be voting either way but im sure someone posted a supermarket offer for this for £450ish:whistling:

Hi mate. You got the model number wrong - it's TH37PX80B.

Great TV and you're right in that stock is getting limited (I was told Panasonic are discontinuing
I got one with a 5 Year from Richer Sounds for £499 on Boxing Day.

Would check with your local Richer Sounds stores b4 M&S tho as you might save a few quid.

** Shame M&S didn't have this at Xmas as I have got £200 in Vouchers lol **

fragaliciousbob;4192788

http://www.froogle.richersounds.com/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TH37PX80 sorry mate but £499 herehttp://www.froogle.prcdirect.co.uk/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=TH37PX80B £539 herehttp://www.froogle.123electricals4me.co.uk/showproduct.php?cda=showproduct&pid=PANA-TH37PX80B £525 herei could go on as its cheaper at loads of other places



But only Richersounds include the 5 year guarantee and it's instore only if they have them at all - the other two charge an extra £199-£250

plasma is old hat now, go nice with a vhs video player dou

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pjk;4192874

But only Richersounds include the 5 year guarantee and it's instore only … But only Richersounds include the 5 year guarantee and it's instore only if they have them at all - the other two charge an extra £199-£250



unless you get a manufacturers extended guarantee and not one of those store guarantees then they are not worth much and i would rather have the saving

sosolidpoo;4192885

plasma is old hat now, go nice with a vhs video player dou



don't think so ! still far superior over any lcd :w00t:

bobhope;4193124

don't think so ! still far superior over any lcd :w00t:



Agreed. I have both 32" lCD and 42" Plasma. I have Sky HD and the plasma is awesome.:thumbsup:

fragaliciousbob;4193005

unless you get a manufacturers extended guarantee and not one of those … unless you get a manufacturers extended guarantee and not one of those store guarantees then they are not worth much and i would rather have the saving



Fair enough - I agree that a manufacturers warranty from Panasonic is probably the best option. However I still think that like for like, and based on availablity, the M&S offer is hard to beat if this is the tv somebody wants. Arguably a failure after the initial 12 months up to 6 years should be covered somewhat under the Sale of Goods act anyway, but enforcing that is likely more of an effort.

sony bravia lcd, far the best tv i have had, i have had a fair few, plasma is on its way out, screen burn for 1

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sosolidpoo;4193204

sony bravia lcd, far the best tv i have had, i have had a fair few, … sony bravia lcd, far the best tv i have had, i have had a fair few, plasma is on its way out, screen burn for 1



ha ha ha 10 years ago in its infancy maybe

sony tv's have samsung panels and the same is said for the samsung the real diff in the 2 is the build quality and subtle diff in tech

Original Poster

Hello .... Richer sounds no stock and the others you quote don't come with a FREE 5 year warranty

Original Poster

pjk;4192874

But only Richersounds include the 5 year guarantee and it's instore only … But only Richersounds include the 5 year guarantee and it's instore only if they have them at all - the other two charge an extra £199-£250




Yes just to reiterate, the price comparison is with a 5 year warranty. When comparing prices with so called cheaper stores you'll have to add the cost of the warranty to the sale price. This is very often a large amount of money, typically £150 to £200. Then check to see if they have any stock. It's very easy to advertise a great price when there is no stock!!

The coop are selling this TV for £499, but then they want another £499 for a 5 year warranty - I kid you not!!

musicmonkey1;4193388

Yes just to reiterate, the price comparison is with a 5 year warranty. … Yes just to reiterate, the price comparison is with a 5 year warranty. When comparing prices with so called cheaper stores you'll have to add the cost of the warranty to the sale price. This is very often a large amount of money, typically £150 to £200. Then check to see if they have any stock. It's very easy to advertise a great price when there is no stock!!The coop are selling this TV for £499, but then they want another £499 for a 5 year warranty - I kid you not!!



Bloomin heck. That's insurance is mighty steep. I paid £435 for the 42" version of this TV at Dixons on New Years Eve. Admittedly it only has a 1 year g'tee but I find that plenty. I'll probly be on on my 3rd telly in 5 years trying to keep up with technology or buying it cos it's reduced! :thumbsup:

guv;4193535

Oh dear.So because you have a Sony Bravia, a few of them and they are the … Oh dear.So because you have a Sony Bravia, a few of them and they are the best you've had, that means Plasma is on the way out? The only thing that LCD excels at over Plasma is power consumption.


i fully understand you are upset, i would be if i still owned a plasma,,lol

What am I missing here? Why is everyone voting this cold? :?

Yes, there WERE some great deals on this TV and the 42" version around Christmas when Panasonic were doing the free 5 year warranty and when stores actually had these TV's in stock and were selling them at a cheaper price.

BUT, you can't get that anymore. A deal's "hotness" should be based relative on what you can get RIGHT NOW. At this moment in time with the 5 year warranty from a reputable store this is a great deal, there may have been better deals in the past but that doesn't help those that missed it does it?

People tend to vote things cold way too easily nowadays...

:thumbsup:

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Nijius Maximus;4194607

cold? :?People tend to vote things cold way too easily … cold? :?People tend to vote things cold way too easily nowadays...:thumbsup:




joined this month

Not voted, but it was £569 last May as a relatively new model in JL with the 5 years. Most people don't care about warranty if the initial price is low enough which is why JL had to price match it even though the warranty terms weren't equal.

sosolidpoo;4193204

sony bravia lcd, far the best tv i have had, i have had a fair few, … sony bravia lcd, far the best tv i have had, i have had a fair few, plasma is on its way out, screen burn for 1



Sony LCD's look great........




As long as you never turn them on :thumbsup:

Would never go back to LCD.

fragaliciousbob;4194651

joined this month



Mate, I've been checking this site more or less every day for over 2 years now through a combination of my PC, mobile and RSS feeds. I've benefited from some great bargains during that time. It was only after I kept seeing more and more good deals being voted cold and I felt like giving something back that I decided to actually join in. That's the case with every forum on the net I've ever joined - it's only when I feel I have something to contribute or say that I end up biting the bullet.

Whatever happened to "long time reader, first time writer"? Are my comments supposed to be any less valid just because I only recently started POSTING in the forum? Thanks for the warm welcome! :roll:

I maintain this is a good deal because you can't get anything better with the 5 year warranty especially when you consider how hard it is to find stock at places such as Richer Sounds. Simple as that. It's a great TV and anyone who's looking for one should seriously consider this deal now that all the Christmas offers have dried up. :thumbsup:

Does anybody know what M&S's 'Free installation & delivery with this TV' involves? Installation can be quite expensive usually, so this could be quite a freebie?

*edit*

okay so it is :-

Sit back in the comfort of your own living room and enjoy your favourite movies and TV programmes with clear images and superb colour rendition. If you purchase one of the large screen TVs (these are TVs 26" and above), we will disconnect your old equipment and make room for your new television and any other related M&S product(s), plugging into a suitable power supply. In addition, they will also connect any existing, pre-tuned DVD player/recorder, VHS video, PVR, set top box, satellite or cable system (excluding Broadband) using your existing connectivity (subject to compatibility and available connections). All packing materials will be taken away, disposed of and recycled where possible. To make sure you are completey satisfied the crew will ask you to inspect your items carefully before signing for delivery and connection. It is, therefore, essential that you're present for the delivery and connection. If you're not satisfied for any reason, please inform the crew.

Better than your usual delivery service. Not sure its worth a massive premium. But remember richer sounds and others quite often tap £50 on top JUST TO DELIVER. And your unlikely to fit a 37" telly in the back of many cars upright.
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