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Polaroid 32" Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £79 at Asda instore
Polaroid 32" Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £79 at Asda instore

Polaroid 32" Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £79 at Asda instore

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Reduced from £139 at Asda in Lowestoft so may be local or may be a national deal.

51 Comments

Where are the crowds..the scrums...the fighting?

Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the last couple of years, both broke after about 14 months and asda didn't want to know, so vowed never again..... good price though !!!!

good deal, heat added

There's a Polarioid HD Smart TV 43" for £99 too btw.

Good luck finding it in stores.

Code is 505586230771

is this national?
Edited by: "trayan" 29th Nov 2016

Is this national? Or local?

all full price local to me

mistameena

Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the … Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the last couple of years, both broke after about 14 months and asda didn't want to know, so vowed never again..... good price though !!!!



​ive had mine for 3 years and never had a problem, used daily

Don't be fooled by the once great Polaroid name: It's a brand ASDA bought to slap on Chinese made tat.
This TV may be good, may not, but the brand name is meaningless.

hello bargain hunters any idea if any left in Leicester Abbey lane ? Thurmaston ? Fosse park , Oadby ??? please thanks

Price checked at Llantrisant. Still full price.

Check in Feltham. Full price

I bought the one in Lowestoft, the TV that was at £79 was one called a Polaroid series 3...I have a feeling the full price ones on the shelves are series 1 they have both types on the asda website....

well the link doesn't work, but Google it...you get the idea X)

Colour TV has never been so cheap. Even in 1967 it cost around £250 for a 22 inch goldfish bowl screen with no connectivity, other than the aerial input, no remote, unnatural flesh tones, poor reliability and a manual analogue tuner with mechanical controls. This is equivalent to 4K on today's money. Compared to this, what's not to like with the Polaroid TV?

TheHun6

Colour TV has never been so cheap. Even in 1967 it cost around £250 for a … Colour TV has never been so cheap. Even in 1967 it cost around £250 for a 22 inch goldfish bowl screen with no connectivity, other than the aerial input, no remote, unnatural flesh tones, poor reliability and a manual analogue tuner with mechanical controls. This is equivalent to 4K on today's money. Compared to this, what's not to like with the Polaroid TV?



​The Polaroid equivalent (had there been one) in 1967, would've cost 5 shillings

Baz8790

Cheap Polaroid tv https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=iwsDZB48LWw


Fighting over a piece of dung, amazing!

Online it's still full price? Link takes you to full price tv

No proof. Voted cold

Out of stock and full price, close this deal please.
Edited by: "Mirola" 29th Nov 2016

Gollywood

Where are the crowds..the scrums...the fighting?


In the USA.

Is it the series 3 that went down in price or series 1?

40" Polaroid full HD Series 1 TVs are £99, got mine from Warrington

mistameena

Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the … Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the last couple of years, both broke after about 14 months and asda didn't want to know, so vowed never again..... good price though !!!!


My parents have had one for years, still going strong. My sister in law had one that the kids broke and they still replaced it. Despite it being out if warranty.

Two sides.

Got one from romford ,last one

Didn't see any in Stafford yesterday.

Gollywood

Where are the crowds..the scrums...the fighting?


None of that going on, because it is the only tv in the whole country at that price for all we know more store specific rubbish

AndyD81

40" Polaroid full HD Series 1 TVs are £99, got mine from Warrington


Just how vague and irrelevant could you be, Oh I know VERY!!

the words Polaroid and TV together should be enough to put most people off.

Had a polaroid tv a few years ago. Broke after 2 years just outside of warranty turned off and never turned back on. I wouldn't buy another.

Went to Asda in Bridge of Don Aberdeen after work thinkign I was wasting my time but there were some there! No idea how many as you just get a little card and go to the counter with it to purchase....even if it only lasts 2 years like a post above, for £79 it'll do....TV technology will have improved/gotten cheaper in two years :-) Possibly stock left there!

Does this come with the punch in the face from a scally?

Nothing at Merry hill (dudley)

Still full price in Gt. Yarmouth

My Polaroid broke after 13 months. It's a lottery if it continues to work or not from what I've read.

This will most probably be a Vestel TV. Most TV's are made by this company these days.
en.wikipedia.org/wik…tel

mistameena

Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the … Cant deny it's a great price for a tv, but had two Polaroid tv's in the last couple of years, both broke after about 14 months and asda didn't want to know, so vowed never again..... good price though !!!!



Most of the 'own brand' and brands that have had name rights sold off (Kodak, Polaroid, Schneider, Becko, Warfdale and others off the top of my head) are all made by the same company, they're known for the poor design of the power boards. Either way you legally have a 2 year warranty so Asda would need to refund, replace or repair it.

AndyD81

40" Polaroid full HD Series 1 TVs are £99, got mine from Warrington



Which Warrington store was it please? Any idea if they have any left
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