Portable 7 inch Polaroid DVD Player £10 instore @ Asda
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Portable 7 inch Polaroid DVD Player £10 instore @ Asda

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LocalFound 28th May 2017
Great bargain for a reasonable DVD player- red colour only. The black and blue models are still £32. This was on shelf in electrics section- yellow label reduced but they had 4 left. Looks like they are continuing to get rid of old or unpopular lines. Here is description for anybody interested:

7'' swivel Portable DVD Player in red. 1. Up to 2 hrs battery life 2. DVD, DVD-R/W, VCD, CD, CD-R/W compatible 3. Car Adaptor/charger 4. Mains Adaptor 5. Built in speaker 6. Headphones.
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alexc648

Are dvds what netflix used to come on?



Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet connection.

They can also be used abroad when on holiday to watch movies when your hotel internet connection is too slow (and the wrong region) for netflix
Edited by: "Helpful567" 28th May 2017
I remember the days when these things used to cost £199.99!
Are dvds what netflix used to come on?
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Mine just had blue at £32 or frozen and nemo for £50
What store was this ?
Excellent find op, heat added
good find, heat added
deant1991

Mine just had blue at £32 or frozen and nemo for £50


Worth scanning the frozen and dory ones, they were £11 and £10 in three of my local Asda's. Plus they're lexibook, they'll play off a USB stick. I bought one of each.
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suziesues

What store was this ?



​Southport
Are dvds what netflix used to come on?
alexc648

Are dvds what netflix used to come on?



Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet connection.

They can also be used abroad when on holiday to watch movies when your hotel internet connection is too slow (and the wrong region) for netflix
Edited by: "Helpful567" 28th May 2017
I remember the days when these things used to cost £199.99!
I remember paying £299 for mine to take on holiday. Only used it for one trip.
Good-ish deal if you don't own a tablet
10 bucks for a dvd player?! Gosh!
Would be handy if this has a HDMI output
Edited by: "C0mm0n_Sense" 28th May 2017
Which store
michellemccrea2


There was one of these in the Coventry/Binley Asda Home behind the Morissons earlier this week. Also a Philips 3d Blu Ray player for £19 (which I bought).
Edited by: "Andysan" 28th May 2017
Very good price
very ancient technology lol
None in Asda Kettering, just the black one at £32
Helpful567

Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet … Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet connection.They can also be used abroad when on holiday to watch movies when your hotel internet connection is too slow (and the wrong region) for netflix



You can download films from Netflix and not have to cart around a bunch of dvds

Edited by: "kev_u8701r" 28th May 2017
Wait, is 'up to 2 hours battery life' a typo? So you'll struggle to get through a whole film? Crikey. Guess this isn't really designed as a portable. Still, a tenner is a tenner, so have a wee dram of warmth.
Edited by: "BristolBillyBob" 28th May 2017
Damn I thought this was a portable PlayStation one
Alasdair91

I remember the days when these things used to cost £199.99!



I still have a Panasonic one I paid £599 for, plus the extended battery that was £99.
2 hour battery life
None in Asda Living Bristol
Can't argue with the price, and won't vote on the deal, but have to think a £35 Amazon tablet onto thigh you can rip all your DVDs would be more versatile.
Zombies come. Power plant workers run. Electricity is gone. This means netflix is gone. Then you'll feel guilty. You should've bought the dvd.
chezborg

Southport



Put that somewhere in your Deal please?. :-)
adz2010

Good-ish deal if you don't own a tablet



?

There's pro's and con's with either/both really?, so you can't really directly compare?.

And besides which, if you hit it right, the OP's Portable DVD Player Deal is only £10!.

Try hitting a Tablet for the same price? (be it a half decent one, or otherwise ... )
Tanweeralqarni

Zombies come. Power plant workers run. Electricity is gone. This means … Zombies come. Power plant workers run. Electricity is gone. This means netflix is gone. Then you'll feel guilty. You should've bought the dvd.



Not everything done on a Tablet has to be done purely in an 'online' fashion? (I use my Tablet's in both online, and offline modes, and in both capacities, they work perfectly respectably?, so ..... ) lol.

Whereas I use my Portable DVD Players in purely offline mode only, and they comfortably work very well via that method only/also?.

But yeh, I hear what your saying though. :-)
jfowler

10 bucks for a dvd player?! Gosh!



Tell me about it?.

I want one! (or 2?) too, lol. :-)
pjuk14

Worth scanning the frozen and dory ones, they were £11 and £10 in three o … Worth scanning the frozen and dory ones, they were £11 and £10 in three of my local Asda's. Plus they're lexibook, they'll play off a USB stick. I bought one of each.



If I can locate any of them, I'll bare that advice in mind also, thanx. :-)
ismaildeals123

very ancient technology lol



Depends on your personal preference, your personal needs, and/or your own definition of ancient too really?.

I don't see toooooo many Portable Blu-Ray Players knocking about anywhere? (be it for £50?, £100+?, or otherwise?), buy yet the Blu-Ray Technology has been knocking about now for the best part of at LEAST 5+ years?, so .....

Again, depends on your interpretation, etc etc right?. :-)
alexc648

Are dvds what netflix used to come on?



I'm pretty sure that via the criteria on Netflix's own Terms and Conditions, IF your unable to have any notable Internet Connection near you or whatever?, but yet still feel you want/require their Movie 'services'?, they're still able to send them Movies out to you via the DVD Format still ... (like LoveFilm STILL​ does). :-)
Helpful567

Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet … Yes and they can also be used when you do not have an internet connection.They can also be used abroad when on holiday to watch movies when your hotel internet connection is too slow (and the wrong region) for netflix


If only tablets and laptops had a way of storing video so you could watch offline...maybe someday.
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sinxa

Confirmed, 4k OLED screen



Vestel, though.
BristolBillyBob

Vestel, though.



HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, to the pair of you!, hmmmmmmmmmmm,, loooool. :-D
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