Panasonic TX-58EX700B (Official refurb) 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play @ Panasonic eBay was £549.99 now £479.99
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Panasonic TX-58EX700B (Official refurb) 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play @ Panasonic eBay was £549.99 now £479.99

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Found 24th Mar
15 in stock at time of posting

Seems very cheap but only 12 months warranty.

Actual Panasonic and not a Vestel.

Previous threads: hotukdeals.com/sea…00B

£599 @ JL and RS with longer warranties
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You sure its not a giant vestel
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AJ9212 m ago

You sure its not a giant vestel



The low end ones the other year were made by Vestel.
Edited by: "thetarget" 24th Mar
AJ9216 m ago

You sure its not a giant vestel


Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.
Edited by: "Cuddl3s" 24th Mar
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Cuddl3s10 m ago

Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 …Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.



I agree. I only added it is not a Vestel to the description as it comes up in virtually every Panasonic TV thread.

This is a great TV in my opinion. I'd want an extra warranty though as it is still quite an expense if I was buying. As you know I got it for £559 with RL and 6yrs cover. The extra cost to me is worthwhile peace of mind. As long as RS/ the guarantee underwriter is still in business during that time. Others will be happy with the price and 12 months cover with Panasonic. It has dropped quite a lot in price on their eBay store. Must be about the same price as a supermarket TV. They only have 12 months cover; so this is a better buy. Unless supermarket ones are still a lot cheaper for this size of screen.
Edited by: "thetarget" 24th Mar
If your item develops a fault within the 12 Month warranty period we will offer a FOC repair upon receipt of the item at one of our approved service centres. You are responsible (including costs) for transport of your item.
Cuddl3s3 h, 4 m ago

Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 …Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.


Exactly! I got a 50" full hd Polaroid tv from Asda about 5 years ago for £249 and it's still going strong, great picture too.
Cuddl3s4 h, 18 m ago

Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 …Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.


Because I bought a 22 inch "toshiba" to replace a Samsung tv I accidentally smashed which I used as a pc monitor. The vestel replacement is awful as a pc monitor and I bought it thinking it was a good Japanese brand but was hoodwinked. I ended up buying an AOC budget monitor instead.
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 24th Mar
Cuddl3s13 h, 54 m ago

Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 …Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.


Remember what they used to say about Samsung and LG until fairly recently?
Cuddl3s21 h, 25 m ago

Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 …Why is everyone bashing vestel tvs? I got my first vestel tv in 1993 lasted to this day with just a minor repair, and surely they must be doing something right if they ended up making everyone elses tvs. If you dont have the big money to splash its going to be a vestel made tv. As long as their backed by a good warranty and have a decent price which theres no much to complain about in my opinion.


Probably because you buy something based on the brand and often pay a premium for this. Why pay a premium for a Panasonic when it is not a premium brand it all but name?

If it's a Panasonic vestel buy a supermarket TV
I like Panasonic tvs and was looking at one on amazon the other day. One reviewer said to use the 'smart' apps, you have to be connected to Panasonic's own 'cloud' and that the Panasonic servers for this were down for 5 hours the day he bought it, so he couldn't use it!? Can anyone verify that this is how the 'smart' apps work on Panasonics please? Do other brands of TV work like this also?
It's as smart as a lobotomy
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C3P026th Mar

I like Panasonic tvs and was looking at one on amazon the other day. One …I like Panasonic tvs and was looking at one on amazon the other day. One reviewer said to use the 'smart' apps, you have to be connected to Panasonic's own 'cloud' and that the Panasonic servers for this were down for 5 hours the day he bought it, so he couldn't use it!? Can anyone verify that this is how the 'smart' apps work on Panasonics please? Do other brands of TV work like this also?



Not sure. I would have thought the TV APP would go to the servers of the app service. I suppose if something changed with them and the Panasonic OS needed an update to redirect to correct servers or something it would be the fault of the OS. Maybe that person just had router/broadband connection issues for 5 hours one day? I have not see the review.
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