Samsung UE32J5100 Full HD 1080p 32-Inch LED TV (2015 Model) £189.99 @ Amazon/John Lewis
369°Expired

Samsung UE32J5100 Full HD 1080p 32-Inch LED TV (2015 Model) £189.99 @ Amazon/John Lewis

£189.99Amazon Deals
26
Found 1st Dec 2015
Had gone back up to £199.99 but has come down to £189.99 yet again. Top set for the price.

- Excellent picture quality experience with Full HD - 200 PQI
- Wide Colour Enhancer Plus for colour brilliance
- ConnectShare enjoy your favourite content on the big screen
- A huge variety of channels for you to enjoy with Freeview HD

Can also be found on John Lewis for the same price, 5 years cover is an additional £20 though

johnlewis.com/sto…ump
Community Updates

Groups

26 Comments
Can get it for around £169.99 on ebay.
no point in buying from Amazon when the price is the same at John Lewis, going to get hot but only because you didn't put that in the title, put it in and it will get much hotter.
sabit small is it not.
mistafaz

Can get it for around £169.99 on ebay.


This refurbished one ?

ebay.co.uk/itm…524?hash=item419a597a54:g:Cy0AAOSw3ydVu2uq
Original Poster
eslick

no point in buying from Amazon when the price is the same at John Lewis, … no point in buying from Amazon when the price is the same at John Lewis, going to get hot but only because you didn't put that in the title, put it in and it will get much hotter.



Just changed, not worried about the heat but if it helps you guys get a deal
Original Poster
mistafaz

Can get it for around £169.99 on ebay.

link?
can anyone confirm if this has a satellite tuner built in?
Richer sounds has it. there price is £200. they can beat the John Lewis price and Give 6 year warranty

richersounds.com/pro…100

no freeview only

76zedfour

can anyone confirm if this has a satellite tuner built in?



Edited by: "eslick" 1st Dec 2015
very pleased with mine for the kids room picture is amazing the screen just seems odd to look at because it is so much better than our front room TV. sound was much louder than expected kept reading reviews for 32" TVs and everyone moaned about the sound being very quiet. good buy
Same price at Very if you need to pay over 12 months interest free. It is OOS at the moment but you can order it.
Dev185

(...)Can also be found on John Lewis for the same price, 5 years cover is … (...)Can also be found on John Lewis for the same price, 5 years cover is an additional £20 though(...)



Yes, but 5 years warranty is included in the price. The one that you're talking about is accidental damage cover.
Any smart TV available at this size and price point. The smart version of this TV is £60 more. Not interested in Chromecast or additional items for smart functions
£190 for a Sammy 1080p with Freeview HD & 5 years warranty? You should all be made buy one.
Hot... I bought a bang average Philips 32" for the kitchen a few months back for £130...

Had i not id have been all over this like an aggressive moss!
I have last years model (UE32H5000) that is mainly used as a PC monitor and for console gaming, and it is superb. Looking for another one now for my sons room as he's getting an Xbox One for Christmas and the cheap Tesco one he has at the moment just doesn't cut it. Hot!
Is this wall mountable?
For any one who may be interested. This TV does not support HDMI CEC.
mistafaz

Can get it for around £169.99 on ebay.


not worth the hassle when i can get it prime delivered or from john lewis with their customer support.
damanisjon

not worth the hassle when i can get it prime delivered or from john lewis … not worth the hassle when i can get it prime delivered or from john lewis with their customer support.



You also get the free 5 year warranty with John Lewis...
snuff

For any one who may be interested. This TV does not support HDMI CEC.



Haven't a clue what that is
Bought from John Lewis with BluRay player for my mother in law whose set was on its way out. Well pleased.
Father Christmas

Haven't a clue what that is



It's a bit like a universal remote that works over HDMI. Say you plug a DVD player that supports HDMI CEC into a TV that support HDMI CEC you can then use the TV remote to control the DVD player. More about it here: wiki - HDMI CEC
Not sure why this is expired as still instock at John Lewis...
Back in stock at John Lewis
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text