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Toshiba 26AV505 26 Inch HD Ready LCD Television with Freeview (factory graded) £205.99 plus £15 p&p
Toshiba 26AV505 26 Inch HD Ready LCD Television with Freeview (factory graded) £205.99 plus £15 p&p

Toshiba 26AV505 26 Inch HD Ready LCD Television with Freeview (factory graded) £205.99 plus £15 p&p

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This 26" Toshiba TV comes with many impressive features and will accomodate most rooms with its size.
Featuring HD Ready technology and built in Freeview, This TV is ideal for any room, Buy Now to avoid disappointment at this great price.

Product Features:

* 26" Diagonal Screen Size
* Analogue & Freeview Tuner
* Smartext
* 8 Day EPG (Electronic Programme Guide)
* Progressive scan
* Nicam sound
* HD Ready
* Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
* Brightness 500 cd/m2.
* Contrast ratio 30,000:1.
* 2 x HDMI
* 1 x Scart
* 1 x PC Input
* 1 x Headphone output

** Delivery £15.00 **

**All products are factory graded by qualified engineers. "Graded" in most instances are returns, which are refurbished where required or may have very minor cosmetic blemishes - We will only deliver this item to the Cardholder's Address**

12 Comments

Banned

Good price for a 26" BUT WARNING, these TV's are dreadful, we had a 32" version of the same range and changing channels on the freeview takes forever, the GUI is far to slow... Also the range and respovness on the remote is even worse, you have to point directly at the tv within about 5 feet and keep pushing the button for it to do anytrhing..... We actually thought the first one was faulty so got it replced and the second was exactly the same....

my 2 cents

Cold.....bad experiences with electrical-deals.co.uk, wouldn't use them again

Excellent price for this TV!!!!

Just the usual overpriced second-hand crap :-(

Bought one of these around this time last year from Asda direct and paid £265 brand new out the box, although £200 odd is cheap for a Tosh 26", as a graded item I am not so sure so I will stay on the fence here.

sabreliner;6876474

Bought one of these around this time last year from Asda direct and paid … Bought one of these around this time last year from Asda direct and paid £265 brand new out the box, although £200 odd is cheap for a Tosh 26", as a graded item I am not so sure so I will stay on the fence here.



It's not 200 quid odd though, it is 220 quid oddas it is £221! :-(

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nihcaj;6876529

It's not 200 quid odd though, it is 220 quid odd as it is £221! :-(



And you can find it cheaper where exactly??

bobdylan;6876764

And you can find it cheaper where exactly??



Yes but its second hand.

sbfc;6876908

Yes but its second hand.



Exactly.
About 140 quid and it might be just about worth thinking about.

Somebody sees "factory refurbished" and instantly thinks it is the MANUFACTURER'S factory, when what it means is some TV repair workshop which will be cannibalising broken sets, and doing the very minimum to get something working to push it them of the door!

I used to have business dealings with a fairly decent sized company in the North East that as well as providing TV repairs for big retailers, also did this very thing, and there are a lot grottier companies than that one doing it! :-(

I also think not very long ago this was the model I looked at in Asda (after a deal was posted on here) and it was about £225 new, but the picture quality was poor anyway, so I didn't buy it, and decided I might go to a 32" model, even thought the room is a bit cramped for one that big. I am still uning and ahhing about getting it too!
(One thing about LCD TVs, they look MUCH smaller in screen size than the equivalent CRT models!)

nihcaj;6876529

It's not 200 quid odd though, it is 220 quid odd as it is £221! :-(



Opps....missed that delivery charge, in that case not so good then!

hmm-creme-eggs;6876096

Good price for a 26" BUT WARNING, these TV's are dreadful, we had a 32" … Good price for a 26" BUT WARNING, these TV's are dreadful, we had a 32" version of the same range and changing channels on the freeview takes forever, the GUI is far to slow... Also the range and respovness on the remote is even worse, you have to point directly at the tv within about 5 feet and keep pushing the button for it to do anytrhing..... We actually thought the first one was faulty so got it replced and the second was exactly the same....my 2 cents



I have to second that. I actually think the picture is pretty good but def not a set for the channel surfers!! ;-)

should ave posted this on 'Not UK Deals' ;-)
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