Ah! It was Uridium's comment that made me think you guys were talking literally.
I think you may have misunderstood. Blaupunkt means Blue Dot, hence the dot on their packaging. However, as previous comments imply their product quality has dropped, and products are now often discounted, hence blue cross, eg on sale!
Where's this? Can't find such a logo.
Making the actual brand name "Blaupunkt" translation totally irrelevant at the same time....
Yep, gone from blue dot, to blue cross...
Posted 7th Sep 2020Posted 7th Sep 2020LocalLocal
Blaupunkt 50/405V-GB 50" Smart LED TV 4K Ultra HD WiFi Freeview - £299 Instore Tesco Barhill£299Currys PC World Deals
There are a few smart TVs of this size around this price point now. An alternative to the ROKU tv which was 329. Found two in Tesco Barhill, could be nationwide.
You have no idea what you are talking about. Cheap TVs simply don't have wide colour gamut as a rule. However Cheap HDR TVs do have HDR of maybe 350 Nits thats way superior to no HDR of circa 100 Nits.
You seem to be incapable of reading, too. If you re-read I said I specifically mentioned that these 'features' (wide color gamut, HDR) are useless on cheap TVs. You can stop with the whataboutism as I never even brought up QLED.
I know way more than you quite clearly. And that's not even close to the typical 100% typical DCI-P3 coverage of a QLED.
Can you stop replying to me when you don't know what you're talking about? There's plenty of cheap TVs with wide color gamut. I'm not here to do your homework for you. https://www.richersounds.com/hisense-50ae7400ftuk.html
Cheap TVs dont generally have wide colour gamut. You need a QLED for that. There are low end ones, but not this cheap. And for the best TV money can buy right now you are looking at circa £6k: t3.com/reviews/samsung-q950ts-8k-tv-review
Posted 28th Jul 2020Posted 28th Jul 2020
Blaupunkt 24" HD Ready LED TV Freeview HD Saorview and USB Media/Record £119.95 @ Dealbuyer£119.95£149.9920% offDealbuyer Deals
Superb value for money! The picture is very clear, USB record and play are a bonus, stand was easy to assemble, all in all an excellent TV, highly recommended.
I've always bought TVs with viewing distance in mind, but I'm probably the exception. As you said, it's probably wrong to assume others do also. In fairness many people likely buy small 4K TVs that you don't get the full benefits of unless you're close enough.
And if you're in need of a 1080p TV, it is a great deal. And if you're not, this is a great deal. Apples and oranges.
Why would you assume that? I actually have my smaller TV in the kitchen further away from me than than my larger TV in the living room. Most TVs are put in the corner of a room regardless of their size.
There's a JVC one on HDUK at the moment for around £150. Almost certainly a better quality TV and also 1080p.
That's very true about the size, 720p is much less noticeable unless you are close to the TV, but I'd assume someone who buys a TV this small sits very close to it. I'd personally wait for a 1080p deal but that's me. Like I said though, it's just my opinion (y)
Posted 11th Mar 2020Posted 11th Mar 2020
Blaupunkt 32" Inch 720p HD Ready LED TV with Freeview HD £120.60 @ electric_mania Ebay£120.60eBay Deals
Yes then people sell them on for profit there's a woman near me sold this for £10
Interesting, now I'm off to find some Facebook groups ;)
Not in Scotland dude some of these things arent even sold up here in any of the branches. Never seen a tower air fryer in its Nelly! Still a great store its one of my faves along with HB & Poundland lol! (highfive)
Nice one @Rubisco. Decent amount of research and information there. Top chap/chapess (highfive)
Right guys, THIS is how it works... In B&M old stock gets reduced, the reduction gets bigger and bigger until the penultimate reduction to £1. If they don't sell at £1 within a few weeks then the final reduction is to 10p. Prices are national, most reductions happen on a Wednesday, lots of people know this and go in early on Wednesday and buy anything that the staff haven't managed to bag for themselves. There are closed Facebook groups who share info with each other to beat the crowd. By the time any of these deals get posted on HUKD it's usually too late, stock has mostly gone. It's not that these deals don't exist, they're very common, but there are some very organised people beating you to the punch.