Sharp TV 48" Full HD Led Smart TV with Free iew HD £280 @ Sainsburys
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Sharp TV 48" Full HD Led Smart TV with Free iew HD £280 @ Sainsburys

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Found 15th May 2016
Sharp TV 48" Full HD Led Smart TV with Free view HD Was £400 now £280 instore Sainsburys Blackhall Edinburgh.

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Great price, Heat Added
What's up with these sizes, used to be 50 then 49, now 48. I think just like how chocolates have shrunk, TV are following suit
Edited by: "cf15" 16th May 2016
Had quite a few of these in Leeds Colton yesterday.
Dont think price is great considering so many superior branded TVs on sale for similar price.
48" Sharp Aquos TV LC-48CFF6001K

I put this in ask last week, which TV should I get. Went for this one.

This is a smart tv

The feet for the TV are 36" apart... So had to by a table top tv mount
Edited by: "fwibble" 15th May 2016
si7

Dont think price is great considering so many superior branded TVs on … Dont think price is great considering so many superior branded TVs on sale for similar price.



​Branded TVs at a similar price?

Which ones??

I bought my 48" with Android tv about 8 months ago, mine was made by Sharp and this model came out before mine.
Can confirm this is in Rayleigh store in Essex. Saw it there on Saturday
Currys had a Sharp 48" in store for £269, can't find in on line though!
Sharp is a brand of Vestel now fyi
I just bought a sharp 32" TV from tesco for the kitchen....... First went back as the picture flashed every 5 seconds. Replacement every 10 secs.
Smart aspect was very poor. BBC iPlayer only. No other services like ITV, channel 4 etc. not available to download either. Couldn't play (dnla) any of the files on my server compared to 80℅ with samsung. Usb playing untested but lists loads of file types. It's easy to see the outside of the box listing loads of services and assume all normal services would be covered. Be careful.
Made by umc in Poland.
Now have a cheaper non smart TV (tesco own brand technika) and a now TV box that is much better than the smart 'sharp'.
PS the tesco TV appeared to be exactly the same screen, fixings and connections except the software was subtlety different and without smart.

Edited by: "mozzer99" 16th May 2016
i work in sainsburys i can confirm its national i have been in 4 stores and saw this tv on all of them. shame i dont need one cause i have 15% discount
mozzer99

I just bought a sharp 32" TV from tesco for the kitchen....... First went … I just bought a sharp 32" TV from tesco for the kitchen....... First went back as the picture flashed every 5 seconds. Replacement every 10 secs. Smart aspect was very poor. BBC iPlayer only. No other services like ITV, channel 4 etc. not available to download either. Couldn't play (dnla) any of the files on my server compared to 80℅ with samsung. Usb playing untested but lists loads of file types. It's easy to see the outside of the box listing loads of services and assume all normal services would be covered. Be careful.Made by umc in Poland.Now have a cheaper non smart TV (tesco own brand technika) and a now TV box that is much better than the smart 'sharp'.PS the tesco TV appeared to be exactly the same screen, fixings and connections except the software was subtlety different and without smart.


Whilst this remains a good deal compared with the normal retail price, I'm very dubious about more expensive branded TVs (and other items). We also have a couple of older Technica TVs around the house that have given flawless service over a number of years, whilst the more expensive Toshiba and Samsung sets have been problematic. Like you we use a NowTV box into one of the older Technica sets, and it continues to work very well indeed.
I've added heat because this is a good deal against the manufacturer's price, but I'll probably stick with Digihome (Tesco) and Technica sets myself because I'm convinced the stuff inside is much the same, and the main difference is the more expensive badge on other TVs. Many TV buffs will disagree with me of course, and that is their prerogative, but I'll carry on saving £400 per TV and not notice the difference :-)
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