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Toshiba 32W2863DB 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV at Costco for £149.89
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Toshiba 32W2863DB 32 Inch HD Ready Smart TV at Costco for £149.89

£149.89£1606%Costco Deals
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Posted 12th Apr

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Features
- HD Ready, with Dolby Audio
- Freeview HD
- Internal WLAN & Bluetooth
- 5 Year Warranty Included

HD Ready

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Good price, but the full HD version is not much more expensive sometimes. Paid £152 for the full hd one from Currys. Very flimsy TV, but I guess it's a good price and the warranty is even better. Voted hot for the price and warranty, but you can get better for not much more money.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 12th Apr
Costco warranty is only honoured if you are a continuous member
I have a Panasonic TV less than 3 years old with a fault not interested because i let my membership lapse
So just got my next from Richer Sounds service was second to none
bigdaverdinger112/04/2020 10:16

Costco warranty is only honoured if you are a continuous member I have a …Costco warranty is only honoured if you are a continuous member I have a Panasonic TV less than 3 years old with a fault not interested because i let my membership lapseSo just got my next from Richer Sounds service was second to none


Why not just join online for £15 then get it sorted
bigdaverdinger112/04/2020 10:16

Costco warranty is only honoured if you are a continuous member I have a …Costco warranty is only honoured if you are a continuous member I have a Panasonic TV less than 3 years old with a fault not interested because i let my membership lapseSo just got my next from Richer Sounds service was second to none


Mm I’m not sure if this is true.
Costco’s policy is pretty straight forward and that is you have to have an active membership in the event of a fault.
PennyTrader12/04/2020 11:04

Mm I’m not sure if this is true.Costco’s policy is pretty straight forward …Mm I’m not sure if this is true.Costco’s policy is pretty straight forward and that is you have to have an active membership in the event of a fault.


That's a disgrace. If you bought something on Amazon prime and 6 months later it breaks and you're no longer a prime member you would still have your warranty. I know it's a different scenario but I can't believe that! Surely if you were a member at the time of purchase (which I understand you have to be at costco) then you should be covered!
OFAH12/04/2020 12:20

That's a disgrace. If you bought something on Amazon prime and 6 months …That's a disgrace. If you bought something on Amazon prime and 6 months later it breaks and you're no longer a prime member you would still have your warranty. I know it's a different scenario but I can't believe that! Surely if you were a member at the time of purchase (which I understand you have to be at costco) then you should be covered!


I'm only guessing but presume that the extended warranty Costo offer is a perk of being a member, so no membership, no perks. They're a bit different to other retailers in that they're aimed as a cash and carry wholesaler as I understand it although those lines seem quite blurred these days with selling items like this. Anyone buying from a wholesaler isn't going to get consumer protection like the rest of us folks who don't have an account with them,
Edited by: "spannerzone" 12th Apr
spannerzone12/04/2020 12:27

I'm only guessing but presume that the extended warranty Costo offer is a …I'm only guessing but presume that the extended warranty Costo offer is a perk of being a member, so no membership, no perks. They're a bit different to other retailers in that they're aimed as a cash and carry wholesaler as I understand it although those lines seem quite blurred these days with selling items like this. Anyone buying from a wholesaler isn't going to get consumer protection like the rest of us folks who don't have an account with them,


Ah it's possibly an extended warranty? Well I suppose as you say that's a perk then. I had thought it was the original manufacturers standard warranty they weren't standing over
OFAH12/04/2020 12:20

That's a disgrace. If you bought something on Amazon prime and 6 months …That's a disgrace. If you bought something on Amazon prime and 6 months later it breaks and you're no longer a prime member you would still have your warranty. I know it's a different scenario but I can't believe that! Surely if you were a member at the time of purchase (which I understand you have to be at costco) then you should be covered!


costco.co.uk/con…ces

Doesn't actually state it clearly but I am pretty certain you have to be an active membership in the event of a claim which makes me believe this is a costco warranty and not the manufacturer.
Toshiba TVs are junk our larger model connects to Alexa for about 10 mins then we have to Reset everything - the OLED is worse than a standard Samsung and Toshiba really don't give a damn as they know the thing is useless We tried streaming Andrew Lloyd Weber musical on Friday and the sound synch was miles out - a £30 Firestick was much better

It will be going back to Costco
I purchased this a few month ago for the bedroom and was quickly taken back. Rubbish picture, rubbish sound, bulky. Cheap rubbish. Bought the Sony 32wd754 for twice as much and much happier with that.
PennyTrader12/04/2020 13:12

https://www.costco.co.uk/concierge-servicesDoesn't actually state it …https://www.costco.co.uk/concierge-servicesDoesn't actually state it clearly but I am pretty certain you have to be an active membership in the event of a claim which makes me believe this is a costco warranty and not the manufacturer.


They may even buy the product without any warranty from the manufacturer to get a special price, some stores (Dixons, PC World, Currys for example) will buy out a product at a lower price and take on all warranty responsibilities, the manufacturer gets away with not having to provide support (other than spare parts perhaps) and so is sold at lower price, Costco may do something similar....this is usually on products with unique model numbers that no one else sells, to differentiate it for easy warranty status check by manufacturer (eg if you call them they can tell you to get support from PC World), and lets them do guaranteed lowest price guarantee (because no one else can sell that model)
Edited by: "spannerzone" 12th Apr
Doesn't "HD Ready" mean not actually HD picture quality?
PennyTrader12/04/2020 11:04

Mm I’m not sure if this is true.Costco’s policy is pretty straight forward …Mm I’m not sure if this is true.Costco’s policy is pretty straight forward and that is you have to have an active membership in the event of a fault.


If you are a consumer then UK law says that you have up to 6 years to seek redress for a faulty item regardless of what Costco policy is.
Tony_DR12/04/2020 14:18

Doesn't "HD Ready" mean not actually HD picture quality?



“HD ready” sets were limited to a 720p output compared to the “Full HD” sets which were 1080p output
Tony_DR12/04/2020 14:24

If you are a consumer then UK law says that you have up to 6 years to seek …If you are a consumer then UK law says that you have up to 6 years to seek redress for a faulty item regardless of what Costco policy is.


Any help or info would be very grateful got it sat in the room in its box wondering what to do its just got a dark picture its a Panasonic DS500 49"
bigdaverdinger112/04/2020 16:48

Any help or info would be very grateful got it sat in the room in its box …Any help or info would be very grateful got it sat in the room in its box wondering what to do its just got a dark picture its a Panasonic DS500 49"


How old is it?
Passionateaboutprice12/04/2020 14:04

Toshiba TVs are junk our larger model connects to Alexa for about 10 mins …Toshiba TVs are junk our larger model connects to Alexa for about 10 mins then we have to Reset everything - the OLED is worse than a standard Samsung and Toshiba really don't give a damn as they know the thing is useless We tried streaming Andrew Lloyd Weber musical on Friday and the sound synch was miles out - a £30 Firestick was much betterIt will be going back to Costco


pretty sure toshiba is not toshiba... but the generic turkish manufacturer Vestel that made the old dixons own brand names... i had a lovely samsung TV monitor that I used for gaming / PC use as well as iplayer etc that I smashed. Got a dixons one and then a toshiba one to replace and they were both really bad... learnt the hard way! that's not to say there isn't a price-value point for their stuff, but the japanese brand doesn't mean anything...

toshiba-tv.com/se-…act

Vestel UK Ltd.Address:

Vestel House,
....
SL3 6EZ
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 12th Apr
Tony_DR12/04/2020 17:15

How old is it?


Hi Tony
Was purchased around June 2016
bigdaverdinger112/04/2020 17:32

Hi TonyWas purchased around June 2016


So a cheap TV that's circa 4 years old. Probably not worth pursuing legal options for that as likely would not be awarded much if went to court.
Agree didn't realise it was that old lol
just got a LG nano cell 49" very happy with the picture
Life goes on
But Cotsco would give my money back if still a member Maybe a learning curve
Edited by: "bigdaverdinger1" 12th Apr
yozzer200612/04/2020 16:47

“HD ready” sets were limited to a 720p output compared to the “Full HD” set …“HD ready” sets were limited to a 720p output compared to the “Full HD” sets which were 1080p output


This TV, like the majority of other 32" TVs described as "HD ready", has a resolution of 768p.
Save the £150 and put that towards a far better TV such as this. £100 more, but comes with a 5 year JL Warranty

johnlewis.com/son…706
bigdaverdinger112/04/2020 17:49

Agree didn't realise it was that old loljust got a LG nano cell 49" very …Agree didn't realise it was that old loljust got a LG nano cell 49" very happy with the pictureLife goes on But Cotsco would give my money back if still a member Maybe a learning curve

Does it cost more to rejoin than buying a new TV then?
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 13th Apr
you have to have a constant membership
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