Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD Internet TV with Freeview HD £379 @ Amazon
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Sony Bravia KDL32EX403U 32-inch Widescreen Full HD 1080p LCD Internet TV with Freeview HD £379 @ Amazon

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Found 28th Nov 2010Made hot 28th Nov 2010
Great price for a Bravia with Freeview HD...was £409 yesterday and £430ish a few days before that. With VAT back it drops to £322.55!

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avforums.com/for…tml

this came up when i was doing research, watch out.

I have this and have not noticed anything .. in fact I thought / think this a great TV (bought form JL with 100 off for £349 with 5 yr warranty 6 months ago).
HD Freeview is amazing and the internet thing well that is neither here nor there .. OK if you like Youtube etc.
The nw link is good though .. I use it for watching streamed movies directly or via USB stick. Wifi needs a pricey £70 Sony adapter)
Great TV and for £322 is amazing !!

arnoldma

http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1217227-sony-kdl32ex403u.htmlthis came up when i was doing research, watch out.



Read further down and you will see lots of people are happy with it, don't always believe the scare stories some people spread.

not sure this qualifies for the VAT back as it doesn't seem to be in the list that are.

pibooba

not sure this qualifies for the VAT back as it doesn't seem to be in the … not sure this qualifies for the VAT back as it doesn't seem to be in the list that are.



These are included in the VAT back scheme...

KDL32EX403U
KDL32EX503U
KDL32EX713U

pity only 1 year warranty with this deal though....

WoW!

£322.55! Amazing price

I have this TV, am really happy with it, and I don't even use it for freeview HD (no ariel on the house) just use virgin cable. I find the picture quality pretty good for SD, works good enough with my xbox.

decent price although I would consider going for a company who gives 5 year warranty.

Dont worry about extended warranties, just hit them with the 'Sale of Goods Act speech' and you will be fine

Great set - I picked one up the other month from Amazon at the same price, when they were running the 10% off Bravia discount code. Cost me £332.

As for the bad review posted, ignore it. I'm pretty fussy when it comes to picture quality, and this set is even better than I expected. I have my PS3 running through it, and it streams content directly from my home media server. With the latest firmware, it also supports BBC iPlayer, which is nice.

gt a 40" for £340 the other week so cold for me

benjyyy

Dont worry about extended warranties, just hit them with the 'Sale of … Dont worry about extended warranties, just hit them with the 'Sale of Goods Act speech' and you will be fine

Do you have a pro forma I can have?
The wife's ACER just packed in a couple of months out of its 12 month warranty.

CJ

Original Poster

cutthroat_jake

A tenner cheaper at PRCdirect.CJ



Apparently that's the price after VAT back, putting the item in your basket you see it rises to £434.62

benjyyy

Dont worry about extended warranties, just hit them with the 'Sale of … Dont worry about extended warranties, just hit them with the 'Sale of Goods Act speech' and you will be fine



I do like a laugh!

kelz29

gt a 40" for £340 the other week so cold for me




which one?x

are amazon authorised sony dealers, if not you cant claim
edit, yes they are
Edited by: "devlino" 28th Nov 2010

might have my maths wrong, but this is 429 @ Bestbuy, but you can get 15% cash back through quidco bringing it down to 365, then you get VAT back? Am sure it brings it down lower than this.

Or does this contradict the VAT back rules?

nihcaj

I do like a laugh!



Ah u ppl dont know how to complain!

Baldie Dom off the telly can help if you're thinking about the SOGA (sale of goods act)...

bbc.co.uk/blo…tml

CJ

Wonderful Telly. Bought one off Amazon a few months ago for £326.

luvadealme

might have my maths wrong, but this is 429 @ Bestbuy, but you can get 15% … might have my maths wrong, but this is 429 @ Bestbuy, but you can get 15% cash back through quidco bringing it down to 365, then you get VAT back? Am sure it brings it down lower than this.Or does this contradict the VAT back rules?



Anyone able to verify this?

benjyyy

Ah u ppl dont know how to complain!



I do, believe me, I do, and I even worked with Trading Standards officers for about 6 years too!

So many myths!

hot!

Still tghink the extra few pounds at M&S gets a 5 uear warranty..

Glee

Still tghink the extra few pounds at M&S gets a 5 uear warranty..



It's £410 with Vat back - or is it cheaper than this?

cutthroat_jake

Baldie Dom off the telly can help if you're thinking about the SOGA (sale … Baldie Dom off the telly can help if you're thinking about the SOGA (sale of goods act)...http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/theoneshow/consumer/2009/07/03/sale_of_goods_act_letter_downl.htmlCJ



Your only legal right here is with the retailer under the Sale of Goods Act.

You put the issue in writing to the retailer stating that your purchase is not durable as defined by the SoGA. Ask them for a repair, replacement or refund.

There is a good chance they will comply.

Failing that, put them on notice that you will take legal action. There is another good chance they will comply.

File court papers with your local court. 1 hour and about £30. There is another good chance they will comply.

Failing that, arrive at court and tell them your story - they may very well agree with you.

Should that fail, you've lost your time and £30. However, there is *much* more chance that this will bring leverage to get what you want well before this time.

£409 @ John Lewis with 5 year warranty....

JIMMYRIDDLE77

Your only legal right here is with the retailer under the Sale of Goods … Your only legal right here is with the retailer under the Sale of Goods Act.You put the issue in writing to the retailer stating that your purchase is not durable as defined by the SoGA. Ask them for a repair, replacement or refund.There is a good chance they will comply.Failing that, put them on notice that you will take legal action. There is another good chance they will comply.File court papers with your local court. 1 hour and about £30. There is another good chance they will comply.Failing that, arrive at court and tell them your story - they may very well agree with you.Should that fail, you've lost your time and £30. However, there is *much* more chance that this will bring leverage to get what you want well before this time.


JIMMYRIDDLE77

Your only legal right here is with the retailer under the Sale of Goods … Your only legal right here is with the retailer under the Sale of Goods Act.You put the issue in writing to the retailer stating that your purchase is not durable as defined by the SoGA. Ask them for a repair, replacement or refund.There is a good chance they will comply.Failing that, put them on notice that you will take legal action. There is another good chance they will comply.File court papers with your local court. 1 hour and about £30. There is another good chance they will comply.Failing that, arrive at court and tell them your story - they may very well agree with you.Should that fail, you've lost your time and £30. However, there is *much* more chance that this will bring leverage to get what you want well before this time.



In your dreams!

Most will not even reply to the first letter, needing County Court action immediately... and of course spending the money for that claim; and then PROVING your case means that you need evidence, especially once goods are past 6 months old - not just that is it broken or not working, but that that fault it is due to being not of merchantable quality. That may well also depend on what it is too, how long it could be expected to last, and a lot of other variables too.

Good luck, some you will win, they are often the obvious ones; many you will not.

If you have the time and disposition, then go ahead.It's not my idea of a hobby, it's often hard enough getting a repair or replacement on items that are still within their own warranty period!

Odd that no-one has mentioned the SIX YEARS myth either... that's another commonly misread and misquoted thing which barrack-room lawyers specialise in!

Having read the comments above, although this is a great price - wouldn't you pay a little extra to get the additional 4 year warranty. Sony products can and do fail - just like any other manufacturer.

Off soapbox now and voted hot.

pops1975

Having read the comments above, although this is a great price - wouldn't … Having read the comments above, although this is a great price - wouldn't you pay a little extra to get the additional 4 year warranty. Sony products can and do fail - just like any other manufacturer.Off soapbox now and voted hot.



Of course, dead right.

EPM

£409 @ John Lewis with 5 year warranty....



now gone up again to £429 at JL

now back up £409 at amazon - M&S definitely the best option with the guarentee, plus with topcashback as duputy pointed out in this thread hotukdeals.com/dea…33/ comes to a great deal with a 5 year warranty

now £499 at M&S

£88 off at the checkout!

I've asked John Lewis to price match M&S. First response was that the M&S price is £499 - I've sent in a screen shot so let's see how it goes......

£409 at JL now

christophersmum

£409 at JL now



it's up and down like a yoyo X)
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