Technika 32E21B-Fhd 32" Slim Freeview LED TV £119 Delivered @ Tesco Via eBay (Refurbished/Add £10 For DVD Combi)
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Technika 32E21B-Fhd 32" Slim Freeview LED TV £119 Delivered @ Tesco Via eBay (Refurbished/Add £10 For DVD Combi)

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Found 6th Jun 2015
Enjoy a fantastic range of entertainment from the comfort of your own home with the Technika 32E21B-FHD with built-in Freeview. This slim 32" flat screen TV has a Full HD 1080p resolution and comes equipped with DTS TruSurround for an immersive virtual surround sound experience.
There are 3 HDMI connections and a USB port for accessing multimedia content. The USB port also has a recording function, which allows you to plan recordings from the 7-day electronic viewing guide, pause live TV and instantly record programmes.

The Technika 32E21B TV is rated A for energy efficiency and comes with its own glass stand, but can also be wall-mounted.

17 Comments

Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. Remarkable really if you consider prices for Full HD just 3 years ago.

Same here wouldn't buy it but good value

steveyboy79

Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. … Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. Remarkable really if you consider prices for Full HD just 3 years ago.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Same here wouldn't buy it but good value


Why wouldn't you buy Technika?
Have you heard they're not very good?
I'd like to know as I've been looking at buying one

steveyboy79

Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. … Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. Remarkable really if you consider prices for Full HD just 3 years ago.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Same here wouldn't buy it but good value



Not to be rude but they have a high failure rate like all cheap TV's and with the word refurb thrown into the mix fills me with dread. Once upon a time they used have a sticker on teh box stating it was a samsung panel, now the panel maybe good but the other bits well are not hence the failure rate. If anything goes wrong with it at this price its the bin as the cost of repair is too high.

If I needed a cheap TV then maybe a consideration but I dont so will pass.

I would only recommend it for a child's bedroom for cartoons. It will be poor for games and movies in comparison to the bigger brands.

Got a Toshiba one for this price the other day from Amazon Marketplace

Purchased this exact TV refurb from Tesco outlet a few months ago. 1st one went straight back though as it wouldnt turn on from standby. Replacement immediately sent however and so far this one ok. Condition is very good cosmetically and the picture is ok. Bought it as a cheap bedroom tv and for this purpose its fine. Probably not ideal as main telly but for the price i would suggest you wont find much else.

what a time to be alive... remember when I was a kid and a 25 inch massive back tv was a few hundred pounds and you were chuffed to bits to get one for Christmas. a DVD player was also 200 quid... kids today, dont know how lucky they are

I have a 40" technika as my main tv.

after a couple of months (bought it brand new from tesco direct) the problems started, it kept switching itself on & off, the sound would cut out & it would freeze on the menu screens. Had to deal with a company called SKYMEDIA as I'd thrown the box away, who came and collected it, had it a week & replaced virtually every component. Since then its been fine.

for the price i paid it was by far the cheapest 40" tv on the market at the time & since it was repaired it is a perfectly adequate tv.

steveyboy79

Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. … Personally I wouldn't buy Technika but still worth heat at this price. Remarkable really if you consider prices for Full HD just 3 years ago.

LOUGHBORO GUY

Same here wouldn't buy it but good value


I've had one in my bedroom for a few years. Looks great but now makes a weird noise for about five minutes after its been switched off. Sounds like its going to explode

chrisredmayne

what a time to be alive... remember when I was a kid and a 25 inch … what a time to be alive... remember when I was a kid and a 25 inch massive back tv was a few hundred pounds and you were chuffed to bits to get one for Christmas. a DVD player was also 200 quid... kids today, dont know how lucky they are



I feel so lucky that a decent house where i live is x6 my salary
I feel so lucky that my gas and electricity has gone through the roof in the last ten years
It's all relevant - the in thing at the time was tv's and dvd players now its the latest iphone/ipad.

What a time to be alive !

I bought a technika 40 inch TV in 2013 and 15 months later 2 lines of pixels died. Tesco were awful and wouldn't repair or replace. So I paid £230, and all I got back was £90. Steer clear of Tesco TVs, spend a bit more and get a proper make like Samsung.

cold, not 4k

For the money you could afford to throw it away after 12 months anyway a great deal for me!!

chrisredmayne

what a time to be alive... remember when I was a kid and a 25 inch … what a time to be alive... remember when I was a kid and a 25 inch massive back tv was a few hundred pounds and you were chuffed to bits to get one for Christmas. a DVD player was also 200 quid... kids today, dont know how lucky they are


My Sister has a CRT 36" Sony TV, takes 3 people to lift it. I can remember going from b/w to color and the first tv program I watched in color was Star Trek.

I had mine yesterday I thought it was good value but last night I had a problem a black shadow appeared on the centre of the screen. I think damaged leds. So I have asked for a refund because I went on the Tesco website today and saw this deal for £164 for a updated model with freeview HD and it also plays MKV video files This is the link worth the extra if you ask me future proof yourself for a short while!!

Edited by: "chrisshein" 11th Jun 2015

any negotiations to Tv cost ? I am searching for cheap Tv deal's
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