TV valuation please

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Found 7th Oct 2010
I have a Panasonic tx-p50c10b. It's a cracking telly, but I'm tempted to upgrade to a 3DTV after seeing the Dixons deal.

Can anyone give an accurate value for this TV? I can't find any on ebay or anywhere else for that matter. It was bought from Very around a year ago but they don't stock it anymore.

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I'd estimate about half what you paid for it.

£37.99 including delivery

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ro53ben

I'd estimate about half what you paid for it.



That would mean selling for around £200??? I think not.

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beta_tester

£37.99 including delivery



SOLD

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whatsThePoint

your right, £100-150 would be nearer the mark



Is that including delivery? If so then we have a new highest bidder

I was looking to get back what I paid for it, so around £350. Is that a decent price?

Where you located?
I would give you £200 for it.
Did you get it from the deal on here? The one i posted?

thegazman

I was looking to get back what I paid for it, so around £350. Is that a … I was looking to get back what I paid for it, so around £350. Is that a decent price?



How can you honestly expect a 12mth old TV with an unspecified number of hours use and a year's worth of house dirt to be worth what you paid for it?

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tara1082

Where you located?I would give you £200 for it.Did you get it from the … Where you located?I would give you £200 for it.Did you get it from the deal on here? The one i posted?



If you posted the Very/Littlewoods deal for this TV then it seem I did.

I'm not selling at the moment anyway, but £200 would be far too low.

Banned

£300 if in mint condition I reckon

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csiman

£300 if in mint condition I reckon



Kinda what I was thinking too. £350 would be my ideal price and I reckon that's still a bit of a bargain for a 50inch panny viera plasma.

Agreed half what you paid for it would be perfectly acceptable
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