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Technika 32/234I 32" Full HD LED TV 1080p 3xHDMI USB Freeview £139.98 @ eBuyer
Technika 32/234I 32" Full HD LED TV 1080p 3xHDMI USB Freeview £139.98 @ eBuyer

Technika 32/234I 32" Full HD LED TV 1080p 3xHDMI USB Freeview £139.98 @ eBuyer

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Technical Specification (Copied from the website):

LED TV

Full HD 1080p

Freeview built-in

7 day TV guide

Ergonomic soft touch remote control

32"/ 81cm visible screen size

CI Slot

Sleep timer

Record to USB from Digital TV

Pause Live Digital Television

USB Multimedia player

PC compatible

HDMI x 3

USB x 1

VGA/PC Input x 1

VGA/PC Audio in x 1

Composite/Video x 1

Component / YP b Pr x 1

L/R Audio in for composite / video and component / Y b Pr x 1

3.5mm Headphone/Audio out x 1

Coax out x 1

TV Weight - 5.3kgs

TV Dimensions - 733mm (w) x 482mm (h) x 180mm (d)

Can't find any other info on this TV by the model number, apart from that Blaupunkt has the same model TV, but it only has 2 HDMI, so I think that they are not the same TVs.

If there is a mistake somewhere in the model description, then I think it might be a Technika 32F21B-FHD which by the reviews seems to be a good TV.

Anyways, it is not a "Black Friday deal", but for now, for a new full HD TV, this is the cheapest I could find, so seems a good deal.

12 Comments

Interesting to see ebuyer selling this brand (well badge) which was (I thought) a Tesco own brand name.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 13th Nov 2016

Saw it somewhere else the other day, thought the same.

You can tell the pound has tanked, I got a 42" for £120 last year. Started looking for similar this year and it's nearer £200!

Yeah, Tesco brand at another outlet tells me that this is refurbs. And Tesco branded refurbs usually have some massive bugs that they aren't ever going to fix (witness the Technica smartbox for a great example) Just depends on what the bugs are.

tin

Yeah, Tesco brand at another outlet tells me that this is refurbs. And … Yeah, Tesco brand at another outlet tells me that this is refurbs. And Tesco branded refurbs usually have some massive bugs that they aren't ever going to fix (witness the Technica smartbox for a great example) Just depends on what the bugs are.


Surely they'd have to advertise them as refurbs?

tin

Yeah, Tesco brand at another outlet tells me that this is refurbs. And … Yeah, Tesco brand at another outlet tells me that this is refurbs. And Tesco branded refurbs usually have some massive bugs that they aren't ever going to fix (witness the Technica smartbox for a great example) Just depends on what the bugs are.

Jodyann

Surely they'd have to advertise them as refurbs?


Hmmm yes they should but this is Ebuyer we're talking about, they often have ex display items for sale....... but have no stores to display them in
To be fair it's entirely possible they've bought a job lot off Tesco who are no doubt desperately trying to get some cash back into their business after their £6.4billion loss last year (that's a LOT of Tecknika TV's!)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Nov 2016

Jodyann

Surely they'd have to advertise them as refurbs?



I bought a freeview box from them around 6 years ago, was clearly a refurb or customer return. Difficult process to return, so haven't used them since.

Some of the Technika I've seen in store look very sleek so maybe worth a punt at this price . I'd want a longer warranty though

I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought several items in the past with no drama. Tripped the electrics on first use when powered on. Took them 3 weeks to agree a return authorisation (after 3 phone calls and several emails). They then said they could not replicate the fault and want to dock me a £10 collection fee before agreeing a refund - seriously avoid this company!

kevin1961

I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought … I bought a Dell laser printer from Ebuyer a month ago, having bought several items in the past with no drama. Tripped the electrics on first use when powered on. Took them 3 weeks to agree a return authorisation (after 3 phone calls and several emails). They then said they could not replicate the fault and want to dock me a £10 collection fee before agreeing a refund - seriously avoid this company!


They're fine until you get a problem and then as you've found they can be right sods. Still, most companies are terrible at customer service, I spent 4 weeks arguing with Currys when their courier lost (and admitted they'd lost) the £40 item I ordered. I spent several hours saying the same thing to numerous support staff. I only get a faster response when I wrote an appalling review on Trust Advisor and surprise surprise got a reply in a couple hours.

Edited by: "spannerzone" 15th Nov 2016

Hpi_matrix

I bought a freeview box from them around 6 years ago, was clearly a … I bought a freeview box from them around 6 years ago, was clearly a refurb or customer return. Difficult process to return, so haven't used them since.



Christ, I had somehow forgotten to diss ebuyer while I was discussing that, their returns process is a catastrophe (and this http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/12/24/ebuyer_rates_staff_on_returns_rejected/)

They are great until something doesn't work at which point they become a nightmare. They'll do anything to try and make you give up returning stuff.

It also appears that Tesco have been clearing refurbished ones recently on ebay for anywhere between £85 and £100 (32/241 is not the Technika model no, it's the generic one from the manufacturer UMC)

Possible the ebuyer ones are not refurbished I guess.
Edited by: "tin" 15th Nov 2016

this, or a very similar one is £149 in store in tesco, wondering if it will drop on Friday. ..
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