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Panasonic Viera 37in full-HD Freeview LCD TV TX-L37U10B £499 @ Very + 10% off + 9% quidco
Panasonic Viera 37in full-HD Freeview LCD TV TX-L37U10B £499 @ Very + 10% off + 9% quidco

Panasonic Viera 37in full-HD Freeview LCD TV TX-L37U10B £499 @ Very + 10% off + 9% quidco

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Seems a pretty good price if you use the discount codes and claim quidco (£408.68 + Postage)

Bring the high definition revolution into your home on a grand scale with the Panasonic Viera 37in LCD TV TX-L37U10B.

A built-in Freeview tuner gives you free-of-charge access to a wide variety of digital channels.

This stylish TV is ready to display high-definition pictures - just connect to HD digital devices such as a Blu-ray player, games console or HD receiver to create your own digital media hub offering stunningly detailed and vivid images.

The large 37in screen comes with a full 1920 x 1080p HD picture capability and Panasonic's V Real Pro 3 engine to create rich, vibrant colours and flicker-free motion for smooth viewing of high-action movies, nature programme and sport - perfect for watching this summer's World Cup!

A seven-day electronic TV guide helps you organise your viewing - then sit back and enjoy the stunning world of HD in your own home.

The Panasonic Viera TX-L37U10B can also be used for deluxe viewing of your digital photos.

Useful info:

Resolution 1920 x 1080

Contrast ratio 40,000:1

V Real Pro 3 engine

24p Playback

Digital Optimiser

VIERA image viewer with AVCHD/JPEG playback

X.V. Colour

2 HDMI Sockets

V-audio Surround

Eco model/Eco link

Wall mountable (bracket not supplied)

PANASONIC helpline: 0844 8443852.

6 Comments

Sounds like a decent price with the discounts... any reviews?

Expect this to go cold. People have a very bad attitude towards deals from these mail order places.

Winds me up tbh

Another point don't expect to get the quidco if your using discount codes.

Original Poster

I've used hundreds of discount codes over last few years and never had a problem. quidco also works

Banned

Haven't voted this cold as OP lists the full price without applying the code, but what people object to is posters taking something at an average price (or full RRP, as it's a catalogue), applying a code that's already on HUKD and posting it as a deal.

You could pick anything at random from the site and apply the code. The vouchers are already posted in the voucher section. If people want to use them they can.

It's like getting an email from CD Wow with a pound off voucher and listing every CD, game and DVD they sell as individual deals on here. Or worse, trawling the voucher section and posting every item on every site that has an active voucher or code.

Rant over.

Original Poster

It's reduced £250 ffs

I also point out you can knock a further £90 off.
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