SEIKI SE32HD07UK 32" LED TV for £99.99 delivered or (£10 QUIDCO CASHBACK) Click and Collect at Currys
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SEIKI SE32HD07UK 32" LED TV for £99.99 delivered or (£10 QUIDCO CASHBACK) Click and Collect at Currys

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Found 16th Nov 2016Made hot 18th Nov 2016
Early Black Friday Offer
Was £179.99
£10 Quidco until midnight Sunday

The SE32HD07UK features HD Ready visuals, offering you clear and detailed picture quality with lifelike colours. As a result, you can enjoy your favourite TV shows, films and sports in plenty of detail, bringing the entertainment to life.

Energy efficient

With an energy rating of A, the 32HD07UK is an ideal choice for home entertainment which will also save you money on your household bills. High-efficiency LED panels mean that you can watch your favourite shows without having to worry about your energy consumption.

Range of connections

The HD07UK has a range of connection options, including two HDMI connections, a SCART connection, component and composite inputs and a USB 2.0 port. All of this combines to make it easy to fit the TV into your existing home entertainment setup, allowing you to connect your other devices effortlessly.

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Quidco 10%

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72 Comments

It's Vestel, but thats all you're likely to get for £99, so heat from me.

Good price.

You (i.e. they) lost me entirely at "early black friday deal". "Hey time to get all excited for this date for a bargain!! Which er....actually isn't then at all in this instance. But still, still definitely get excited for the day!". It's basically Black Week now so just call it as such.

Looks like this has been £129.99

Elevation

You (i.e. they) lost me entirely at "early black friday deal". "Hey time … You (i.e. they) lost me entirely at "early black friday deal". "Hey time to get all excited for this date for a bargain!! Which er....actually isn't then at all in this instance. But still, still definitely get excited for the day!". It's basically Black Week now so just call it as such.


So please point us to a cheaper one if this is not a bargain.

den169

So please point us to a cheaper one if this is not a bargain.



Well that was my point missed....

This is not manufactured by Vestel - Its made in China.

We have an older 32" LED Seiki and in all honesty after feeding it a decent signal it looks excellent - sound is pants though, you'll need external speakers (we used a pair of USB Powered speakers)

Elevation

Well that was my point missed....


Ahh i see so you have no idea where a cheaper one is so you were just talking garbage.Got it now.

den169

Ahh i see so you have no idea where a cheaper one is so you were just … Ahh i see so you have no idea where a cheaper one is so you were just talking garbage.Got it now.



I assure you, you definitely didn't get it. (_;)

Got to have your vegetables

Its a great deal, probably better as an occasional bedroom TV than your main set.

I'm actually quite surprised at the 720p panel, I didn't think it would be financially viable to make these any more seeing as everything it 1080p now. Coupled with the lack of freeview HD, I'm guessing this is a TV made up of lots of spare components available in the channel.

Either way, if you need something that doesn't break the bank then its worth going for as long as you understand its "throwaway" nature

no freeview hd tuner btw.

is this any good for gaming

af191

is this any good for gaming


Its great for Hide & Seiki... X)

af191

is this any good for gaming



​It's a TV for 99.99 so probably not

foxyloxy

Looks like this has been £129.99



It's certainly a very long time since anyone paid £179 for one. Great price though, good find OP.

Looking at the side shot in the photo gallery and it seems rather thick for an LED TV. Can't grumble at the price though!

Waspkiller86

​It's a TV for 99.99 so probably not



​I mean by gaming is it good for ps3 for a 5 year old

very hot

af191

​I mean by gaming is it good for ps3 for a 5 year old



​perfectly fine for a five year old for sure

freakstyler

This is not manufactured by Vestel - Its made in China.We have an older … This is not manufactured by Vestel - Its made in China.We have an older 32" LED Seiki and in all honesty after feeding it a decent signal it looks excellent - sound is pants though, you'll need external speakers (we used a pair of USB Powered speakers)



Many or maybe all Vestel sets have their logic boards made in China. Same is true for many sets assembled around Europe and wouldn't surprise me if a lot of more expensive brands actually had many parts from China. Using a Vestel Finlux at the moment to write this and very happy with it. It was superb value and performs brilliantly.

5 year old with a ps3....wtf

ozzmosiz

5 year old with a ps3....wtf


What? I assume he/she is playing age appropriate games and not GTA or COD.

ozzmosiz

5 year old with a ps3....wtf



My 3 year old has one. But just for sky Netflix bluray /dvd etc might get him a couple of games for Xmas though.

Heat for the deal 32,"HD Ready is fine. £99 worth the punt!
Edited by: "mivanpy" 16th Nov 2016

Just moving into a new flat and tempted by this. Only need a 32" for where it's going. Only thing is, I am moving in the day after black friday itself, so will I get a better tv for the same price on black friday itself?? oh decisions decisions

Kloppenhagen

Just moving into a new flat and tempted by this. Only need a 32" for … Just moving into a new flat and tempted by this. Only need a 32" for where it's going. Only thing is, I am moving in the day after black friday itself, so will I get a better tv for the same price on black friday itself?? oh decisions decisions



If you fancy having a scrum and being knocked out of the way at Tesco etc

With the stress of a move I would personally go for this one delivered to you in peace

170cd/m2. brightness of a laptop lol. my 4 year old set is 400cd/m2.

I've got a Seiki 4k 42" for £200. Screen is good; speakers are bad. Software is bad: can bring up list of scheduled recordings only when new one added; several nuisances; playback from a v.fast flashdrive is sometimes jittery, even standard low def (but then recorded file plays well on PC). Just a warning (I'd trade the 4k for a better software).

Yep my 43" Seiki TV is spoiled by bad software too.
Freeview HD picture is jittery and stutters ( making watching sport terrible ) , and menus get painfully slow.

They assemble many of their TVs in Wales, and when i contacted them about the stuttery picture all they suggested was a factory reset. They were friendly and helpful but didn't resolve the issue.

My partner has a Finlux TV ( which is a Vestel brand ) , and that is great by comparison. The menus are much faster and more logical, No picture stuttering. The only issue was lip synch on HD channels which was cured by changing the HD audio output setting ( we don't use the separate HD audio output anyway - so it did not mater what it was set to output )

1366 x 768

NannyP

If you fancy having a scrum and being knocked out of the way at Tesco etc … If you fancy having a scrum and being knocked out of the way at Tesco etc ;)With the stress of a move I would personally go for this one delivered to you in peace



I know, my thoughts exactly. Only thing is, this ony has 2 HDMI ports, which really limits it's usefulness. for the sake of a week I will hold out. £100 is the sweet spot and if i find one with 3 x HDMI ports at that I'm sold. There have been a few this week between £115-130 so it may yet happen. If not, an extra few bob for the 3rd port is still money well spent for me.

Kloppenhagen

I know, my thoughts exactly. Only thing is, this ony has 2 HDMI ports, … I know, my thoughts exactly. Only thing is, this ony has 2 HDMI ports, which really limits it's usefulness. for the sake of a week I will hold out. £100 is the sweet spot and if i find one with 3 x HDMI ports at that I'm sold. There have been a few this week between £115-130 so it may yet happen. If not, an extra few bob for the 3rd port is still money well spent for me.



You can get automatic HDMI switcher units for £4, if that's all that's putting you off? I use one on one of my TVs and that already had 4 ports, but I needed another.

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Was £179.99?

They must have put price up as my friend bought this TV two years ago for £129.99.

Hmmmm he's very late......

there should be at least one comment about this and every other non 4K TV being useless..... hmmm wonder where he is?

Shame its 720p

ZACHSP8

Was £179.99?They must have put price up as my friend bought this TV two … Was £179.99?They must have put price up as my friend bought this TV two years ago for £129.99.



WHAT??? You seem to be suggesting that shops pretend an item was a higher price and mark it down to make it look like it's a really good sale price. This is borderline treason!

spannerzone

Hmmmm he's very late......there should be at least one comment about this … Hmmmm he's very late......there should be at least one comment about this and every other non 4K TV being useless..... hmmm wonder where he is?



That's because it goes without saying, non-4k TVs are basically CRTs at this point




Anybody with Flubit Elite can see what they come back with out of interest please?

add a £20 roku and you're good

julieallen

It's Vestel, but thats all you're likely to get for £99, so heat from me.



​This isn't Julie. Might explain why its so good!
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