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Toshiba 32BV500B - 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV (Refurb) - £189.99 @ eBay Argos Outlet
Toshiba 32BV500B - 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV (Refurb) - £189.99 @ eBay Argos Outlet

Toshiba 32BV500B - 32" HD Ready Digital LCD TV (Refurb) - £189.99 @ eBay Argos Outlet

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Not bad for 32", good reviews too!
Refurbished with 12 months Warranty

•HD Ready.
•Built in Freeview digital tuner.
•2 HDMI connections.
Television picture quality:

•HD Ready.
•Freeview digital tuner.
•32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 81cm visible screen size.
•Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.
•50Hz.
•Brightness 450cd/m2.
•Contrast ratio 4000:1 (native).
•Response time 8ms.
•Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
•Progressive scan.
Connectivity:

•2 HDMI sockets.
•1 SCART socket.
•PC input socket.
•Component video socket.
•Composite.
•Headphone socket.
•AV socket (side and rear).
•1 USB port.
Sound quality:

•NICAM sound system.
•2 x 6 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

•Digitally interactive.
•Digital text.
•Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
•Auto setup.
•Auto scan for new channels.
•Now and next programme guide.
•7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
•Top up TV compatible.
•CI slot.
Additional features:

•Sleep timer.
•Child lock.
•Picture and text.
•Remote control batteries required 2 x AAA (included).
•Size of TV H51.4, W78.7, D9.4cm.
•Weight of TV 11.6kg (unpackaged).
•Complete with pedestal stand.
•Size of TV with stand H56, W78.7, D18.7cm.
•Weight of TV with stand 12.3kg.
•Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 200mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:

•On mode power consumption 150 watts.
•Standby power consumption 1 watt.
Please note that the digital and Freeview features of this TV are not available in the Republic of Ireland

28 Comments

Original Poster

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good price heat added

Good set, just bought last week NEW from bestbuy (£190 after cashback) but this is a refurb and should be stated in title

I've got this TV, it's very good!!

Could this not be cheaper with 40% ebay fees cashback from quidco?

Price = very good
Argos/eBay after sales = very bad

Not voted.

farso

Could this not be cheaper with 40% ebay fees cashback from quidco?



Its 40% of the fee's.. the fees would be about £5.50 + listing fee (1p)... 40% of that is £2.20... not really worth mentioning

Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it brand new for little over two hundred notes, delivered, (LINK) Its not such a bargain.

Where is it just over 200?

Refurbished means it was dusted off polished - then plugged in to make sure it still worked.

£189 for a second hand TV is not really a bargain.

Just ordered one !! Hope its mint !!

ZerocoolJ

Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it … Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it brand new for little over two hundred notes, delivered, (LINK) Its not such a bargain.


that looks to be a different model. not sure what difference is thou...

ZerocoolJ

Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it … Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it brand new for little over two hundred notes, delivered, (LINK) Its not such a bargain.



Ordered the ebuyerexpress outlet one for £204. Thanks for the heads up.

Where is it just over 200?

rutters

Where is it just over 200?



Ebuyer.com - ebay outlet. http://****.co.uk/ebu…ss/



(strange the link I put in earlier seems to have come unstuck? - ............... or dont HUKD like ebay ....???? ) mods please advise......
Edited by: "ZerocoolJ" 15th Apr 2011

Banned

Cannot understand WHY anyone would buy a refurbished tv when they are often priced NEW at similar or slightly higher....crazy!!!!!!!!!

konimitsu

Cannot understand WHY anyone would buy a refurbished tv when they are … Cannot understand WHY anyone would buy a refurbished tv when they are often priced NEW at similar or slightly higher....crazy!!!!!!!!!



I agree, £204 buys a new one...just gonna get one I think...

Ok, I read somewhere that Refurbed TVs are the equivalent of a second hand car.
So is it worth getting a Refurb TV say £50 cheaper than a new one.
Thanks for the help.

Lufus

Its 40% of the fee's.. the fees would be about £5.50 + listing fee … Its 40% of the fee's.. the fees would be about £5.50 + listing fee (1p)... 40% of that is £2.20... not really worth mentioning



Ill let you buy me a pint if £2.20 is nothing to you then.

ZerocoolJ

Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it … Sorry not a good deal for me. This is a great TV, but as you can get it brand new for little over two hundred notes, delivered, (LINK) Its not such a bargain.


Thanks for the link :).... just cant decide if i should wait a bit longer and hopefully get it for less as i dint really need one.... i just want one

maggie1106

Thanks for the link :).... just cant decide if i should wait a bit longer … Thanks for the link :).... just cant decide if i should wait a bit longer and hopefully get it for less as i dint really need one.... i just want one



Oh dear, repeat after me, "My name is maggie1106 and i'm an addicted HUKD dealer". Welcome to the 'i want one but i dont really know why' club

does refurbished mean someone's found dead pixels or scratch and sent it back, then the shop sells it as "refurbished". if so then these should be listed as grade b stock

been looking at the negative argos ebay feedback, looks like goods are just returns (i.e customer not happy) and then in some cases they are just resold as is. Also some of the new stuff is not new. check out the feedback before you buy

bought a tv refurb from argos ebay outlet less than a month ago (this one) and the sound has just gone on it.

Needless to say I will not be making the same mistake again.
Edited by: "guyh" 16th Apr 2011

lumsdot

does refurbished mean someone's found dead pixels or scratch and sent it … does refurbished mean someone's found dead pixels or scratch and sent it back, then the shop sells it as "refurbished". if so then these should be listed as grade b stock



Refurbished can mean lots of things. I've purchased four laptops from fleabay argos in the last two years and all were delivered in a1 mint condition. Returned one of them because i just didn't like it and argos collected and refunded without a quibble. Refurbs can be open box (i.e. not used), old stock, customer returns and repaired goods. You have to take a slight risk to save money but remember that under distance selling regs, you have seven days to reject a mail order item for any reason and the supplier must pay the return carriage cost. Therefore it is important to retain the original packaging etc until you are sure you are happy with it. In this case they are selling a large batch of them so i would guess that they are surplus/end of line stock.

Banned

Here is conclusive proof that refurbished tv's are NOT worth buying......

It is BRAND NEW with free delivery at £199.95 and if you use quidco this will be £187 yes it is BRAND NEW and not refurbished oh and yes it is the same Toshiba TV,,,,,brand new for less than the refurbished ones.

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