Sharp 32 Inch LC-32CHG6021K Smart tv £144 with code from Tesco direct
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Sharp 32 Inch LC-32CHG6021K Smart tv £144 with code from Tesco direct

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Found 12th Sep 2017
Seems a good price for 32inch smart tv use code TDX-TWHJ to take the price down
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Thanks ordering two for the kids
720p? Too expensive, if so.
720p???
Yep 720p in specs...
RickDoyle36 m ago

720p? Too expensive, if so.

Find me a new smart 32" 1080p for under £150
you_gotta_be_kidding13 m ago

Find me a new smart 32" 1080p for under £150



I also cannot get you a smart 4K for under £150 either... sorry. could probably find an old black and white for just under a £100 but im sure you wouldn't pay that for it. and I think that's what this person is saying too.
The smart aspect of it is usually redundant if you're buying it for your kids, as a games console provides all the same features anyway.

Just grab a regular 1080p 32" Technika.
Tesco were selling them. I got one.

If they no longer stock them, shop around. You can get better than a 720p screen for £150.
Edited by: "RickDoyle" 12th Sep 2017
RickDoyle9 m ago

The smart aspect of it is usually redundant if you're buying it for your …The smart aspect of it is usually redundant if you're buying it for your kids, as a games console provides all the same features anyway. Just grab a regular 1080p 32" Technika. Tesco were selling them. I got one.If they no longer stock them, shop around. You can get better than a 720p screen for £150.


Why are you even commenting? You're a troll

You can't speak for most people since you don't know what most people want.

My kids already have 32" sharp TVs which we got from Argos but they now love Netflix. So I am buying purely for adding smart functions.

My kids don't have consoles in their bedrooms.

I know you can get fire TV etc but we want a simple set up as they are only 3&6.
RickDoyle4 m ago

The whole point of the site is to vote on whether you agree that the deal …The whole point of the site is to vote on whether you agree that the deal is good or not. I don't think it is. You do. That's fine. Would you like me to explain it in more detail with crayons, or do you understand, you spaz!?

Showing your age now.

Like I said before find me a branded, new, 1080p, smart TV for under £150.

You can't

That's our budget, this is the cheapest by a long way.

My young kids couldn't care less about full hd.

Me however I have 4k in my bedroom and living room, the kids it doesn't matter.
you_gotta_be_kidding2 h, 6 m ago

Thanks ordering two for the kids

Avoid sharp TV's. Bought one at Christmas. Slow/no response to remote a lot of the time. turns itself off at times when changing between dvd, TV recorder etc. Could go on.
Edited by: "andyatcorco" 12th Sep 2017
andyatcorco41 s ago

Avoid sharp TV's. Bought one at Christmas. Slow/no response to remote a …Avoid sharp TV's. Bought one at Christmas. Slow/no response to remote a lot of the time. turns itself off at time when changing between dvd, TV recorder etc. Could go on.

We already have two and love them
you_gotta_be_kidding4 m ago

We already have two and love them

Glad to hear that . The one I got was a 43". Great picture but some of the problems that came with it are terrible. Did some research and it seems to be common.
Thanks, was looking for TV for kitchen. Dont need 1080p on a 32" personally. This is ideal
andyatcorco5 m ago

Glad to hear that . The one I got was a 43". Great picture but some of the …Glad to hear that . The one I got was a 43". Great picture but some of the problems that came with it are terrible. Did some research and it seems to be common.

Was it a smart model? Hopefully this will be ok, reviews are good
you_gotta_be_kidding26 m ago

Was it a smart model? Hopefully this will be ok, reviews are good

Sharp aquos(that's the software it runs on) smart tv but really limited apps. Has
iPlayer and a load of other ones I've never heard of but not even netflix.
Hope it give up before it's a year old.
Thanks @stephwfe just what I needed for my daughter heat
I paid £175 with staff discount for this model. So, this is a good price. It's a cracking telly for the price. Just remember not everyone can afford hundreds for a tv. It'd be nice though. Lol.
Perfect for what I need, cheers! Trolls like RickDoyle are best ignored.
angelhaseyes28 m ago

I paid £175 with staff discount for this model. So, this is a good price. …I paid £175 with staff discount for this model. So, this is a good price. It's a cracking telly for the price. Just remember not everyone can afford hundreds for a tv. It'd be nice though. Lol.

It will break in 6 months whereas a Samsung or decent brand will last 5 years
coventgamer28 m ago

It will break in 6 months whereas a Samsung or decent brand will last 5 …It will break in 6 months whereas a Samsung or decent brand will last 5 years

Is this just brand snobbery or do you have any facts to back this up?

Also funny that you mentioned Samsung, out of the past 6 TVs I've had over the past 6-7 years, I've had LG, Samsung, Panasonic and Sony, the two Samsung ones are the only ones to develop faults, the WiFi stopped working on both of them and one of them started getting green lines down it after only 4 months, they then repaired it and sent me the same TV but referb in much worse condition than mine.
Thanks ☺
Better off with a 1080p non-smart TV and an Amazon Fire stick
can u use a fie stick and mob dro on this?
Ordered thanks
Mine has arrived (selected free choose your slot delivery and selected next day). Cracking TV. Picture is good, smart is good and sound is great.
31971653-G8ob7.jpgThis is my daughter's old sharp
31971659-54gDN.jpgThis is the new one in its place
31971667-f2xi4.jpgShe especially loves the remote with the Netflix button.
Cracking TV. The software is so good it's better than my 2016 Samsung which we have on the conservatory so I've now bought another.
The software is not fancy and not a touch on my 2017 LG webOS. But it's simple and so for kids it's perfect.
I bought a Sharp TV cheap from Tesco. I absolutely regret it. It won't work properly with Chromecast on Netflix or Play Movies. Appalling lag. I'd never buy one again.
Can anyone recommend a 32" smart TV, budget up to about £250, as thin as possible for wall mount. Needs Netflix etc.
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