Sony 32in full HD 100Hz Freeview LCD TV KDL32W5500 was £799.00 - £399 @ Additions Direct
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Sony 32in full HD 100Hz Freeview LCD TV KDL32W5500 was £799.00 - £399 @ Additions Direct

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Found 28th Mar 2010
32in full HD 1080P Freeview TV with 100Hz technology for flicker-free pictures.
Sony 32in full HD 100Hz Freeview LCD TV KDL32W5500- Experience picture so fluid and life-like, it's like seeing a movie from the best seat in the cinema. Viewing is smooth and sharp: you won't get any blur. There's something to keep the whole household happy. World time, music, photos and films - whatever you want to look at, you can do it all with the built-in home networking technologies. Select movies stored on your DLNA-enabled PC, and watch them on the big screen at the touch of the button or simply plugging in your favourite digital devices. Slim, elegant and ultra cool, an updated draw the LINE design concept conveys just how stunning this TV looks. Accented by a subtle half mirror ornament, the deep piano black finish creates an effortlessly contemporary look to flatter any living space. Resolution 1920 x 1080. 24p true cinema technology. Bravia theatre sync. Dolby digital sound effect. 2 SCART sockets. 4 HDMI sockets. Contrast ratio 80,000:1. Intelligent picture. Live colour technology. 2000 page teletext. Picture frame mode. Wall mountable (bracket not supplied

topcashback.co.uk/add…ct/
or
quidco.com/add…ct/

Then search for cataologue product code:
PY4051V
- schizoboy

Or for extra 1% QuidCo:
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Then search for catalogue product code:
PY4051V

- schizoboy

14 Comments

Cracking deal, ordered this myself earlier as 37" was sold out.

Best to order from Very, really don't know why they trade separately as they're identical but you get an extra 1% quidco (9%).

F*&^k Additions Direct.

Two absolute musts when dealing with Littlewoods and it's sister companies on £100+ orders:
a) USE A CREDIT CARD
b) DO NOT SIGN UP TO ANY CREDIT AGREEMENT AS THIS WILL BE LODGED AGAINST YOUR CREDIT RATING FILE

schizoboy;8226089

Two absolute musts when dealing with Littlewoods and it's sister … Two absolute musts when dealing with Littlewoods and it's sister companies on £100+ orders:a) USE A CREDIT CARDb) DO NOT SIGN UP TO ANY CREDIT AGREEMENT AS THIS WILL BE LODGED AGAINST YOUR CREDIT RATING FILE



a) why?
b) obviously but there is little difference to this and putting it on your credit card :roll:

Would love to know why this is is supposedly cold?

People that just don't like the place. Been using them for years myself and don't have a bad word to say. Yes the majority of it's stuff is expensive and can be found far cheaper elsewhere but from time to time they do have some great deals.

As always, find it cheaper and post!

You're getting this for around £360 after the quidco

these littlewoods deals always seem to go cold but this looks hot to me even without using any vouchers.
For those opening a new account there is 10% off so with Quidco people could get it for around £330 delivered. I believe I saw on another thread that there is a 3 year guarantee available from Sony for purchases up to 1st April but you would need to check that out.

Mikey1610;8226194

a) why?b) obviously but there is little difference to this and putting it … a) why?b) obviously but there is little difference to this and putting it on your credit card :roll:Would love to know why this is is supposedly cold?People that just don't like the place. Been using them for years myself and don't have a bad word to say. Yes the majority of it's stuff is expensive and can be found far cheaper elsewhere but from time to time they do have some great deals.As always, find it cheaper and post!You're getting this for around £360 after the quidco



a: Section 75 Consumer Act Protection should anything go wrong

b: Actually no there is a difference, anyone who has viewed a/their own credit rating file will see for every little bit of credit you have ever taken out, it is in your credit file, most tend to automatically close after a preset period of non-usage, but in the intervening period that available credit counts against you should you seek credit for loan/mortgage/cc elsewhere.

You are right about prices though, pretty horrendous, but when codes work they are nice, I bought a few Nokia 6300's for £45 when everyone else wanted over £100 2 years ago.

Also on a side note, using Visa instead of Switch/Mastercard = Internal (non legal) Visa Chargeback policy on purchases under £100 (or over but Section 75 is legal avenue for CCs) be it on Credit or Debit Card

Your last sentence seems to imply price is all that matters, why is a little bit of consumer advice, especially with a catalogue company like this, so awful to read?

Mikey1610;8225523

Cracking deal, ordered this myself earlier as 37" was sold out.Best to … Cracking deal, ordered this myself earlier as 37" was sold out.Best to order from Very, really don't know why they trade separately as they're identical but you get an extra 1% quidco (9%).



Useful, info, edited deal with extra info

^ Not sure what could go wrong?

Taking out credit is by no means a bad thing though and in fact can be very positive as long as you've kept up with your repayments.

Mikey1610;8227435

^ Not sure what could go wrong?Taking out credit is by no means a bad … ^ Not sure what could go wrong?Taking out credit is by no means a bad thing though and in fact can be very positive as long as you've kept up with your repayments.


Because recent events have proven that so successfully for people on average? lol

Cheers been looking for this tv for

Also all sony tv over 26 inches sold after april 2009 can get a free 3 year guarantee. think you need to register it online tho rather than it just applying automatically. It's explained it the leaflets that come with it (we'll it was for my last one)

rellymr;8227612

Also all sony tv over 26 inches sold after april 2009 can get a free 3 … Also all sony tv over 26 inches sold after april 2009 can get a free 3 year guarantee. think you need to register it online tho rather than it just applying automatically. It's explained it the leaflets that come with it (we'll it was for my last one)


A bit of googling implies all Sony Bravia's have 3 year warranty, being 1st year is legal obligation by retailer, it's more like two really, but for three years you have this Sony Coverage it seems, so long as it's a Bravia...

hot, gonna order this since I can still get 10% discount for first time order! thanks

how can you avail 10% discount? does it apply automatically or do you have to put some sort of CODE in?? THANKS IN ADVANCE....
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