I've owned or of the tp vision manufatured 65 Philips sets which was 1080p, quality was as dreadful as any blaupunkt or other store brand junk, cheap is cheap vestel or whoever at these prices it's a cheap set simple as that.
Vestel have only ever made 32" 1080p models for Philips (because nobody else wants to manufacture TVs at that size any more). Even their cheapest 4K sets are produced by TP Vision, who bought their TV division outright about five years ago. They're also of much higher quality than any of Vestel's sets around the same price, though of course you'd be looking at a 55" model at this price point, whereas Vestel can crank out a 65" model for the same price (because they cut corners on every other aspect).
They make some Philips tvs. Cheap is cheap in TVs in my experience but a big screen can still be a wow factor and you know not to expect miracles by he low price.
There’s cheap and then there’s Vestel cheap, I don’t think Vestel manufacture Philips TV’s. I didn’t cold vote this as it’s reasonably cheap for what it is but when you can add £100 for a Hisense which comes with a three year warranty and a far better build quality it makes the Techwood look far less of a bargain in my opinion. As two posters above have stated, they’ve been through multiple sets with issues and if you look on ebay it’s not hard to find sellers offloading returns, often with dozens of the same model for sale which is never a good sign. They’re cheap, yes but not built to last by a long shot (their service menu on time counter is measured in minutes believe it or not) I’d rather spend a little more, get something with more warranty that will last than run the risk of dealing with the likes of AO when it goes wrong after 12 months.
This tv has been on here a few times. I made the mistake and purchased one. Changed it 3 times and in the end got my money back. Terrible picture and sound. Bleeding, clouding and vertical lines. Stay clear.