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55" Toshiba Full HD Smart TV, £329.98 at ebuyer
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Found 20th AprFound 20th Apr
Technical Specifications Display Screen Size (inch / cm): 55" / 140cm Resolution: FHD (1920 x 1080) Panel Type: D-LED Main Features Smart TV: YES Processor Type: Dual Core… Read more
jaben

If it’s within your budget and you really cannot stretch further get it. :) warranty extensions can always be purchased after.

N3RO

I've noticed it doesn't matter what's on offer there's always some to ho anything is a deal! If there's anyone ho is trying to tear this deal apart, maybe they have a point as few weeks ago you could had 55 4k for extra £50. Now how many 55 4k's you can buy for £380?

freakstyler

Well you’ve been extremely lucky getting over three years out of your Vestel.That said their older stuff is better made than the current crop – they’re gradually getting worse with each passing year. This, for me is way over priced for what it is. At this point in time it really should be around the £250 mark – same price as 1080p Polaroid, Techwood and DigiHome Vestels when they’re on offer as they ALL use the same chassis – you’re basically paying £80 for a Tosh badge. It’s even colder when you consider in recent weeks Samsung and LG 55” 4k models have been sub £450, over £100 more yes but they’ll be head over heels better than this + they’re 4K and you don’t have to deal with Ebuyer. Each to their own I guess.

abhijitdash123

I have a Toshiba which is a Vestel and it works just fine and has been for the last 3 years. So no issues with Vestel. You cant actually compare this to TVs which are £450 or more as thats 25% more. At this price point if someone is going to buy these they will definitely not shell out for 4K blurays at £20 each. And any other 4K content is non existent. So makes excellent sense to buy these as a stop gap until 4K matures. Great deal :D

freakstyler

Ebuyer+Vestel = trouble. Personally I would avoid Ebuyer at all costs but if you must they do a 55" 4K Linsar-Bauhn TV for £309 which will probably be more reliable than the "Toshiba" plus its 4K. Ultimately, Vestel TV's only make sense when they're backed up with an extended warranty from the likes of Costco, John Lewis, Richer etc.

Toshiba TR200 240GB 2.5" SSD £49.97 at Ebuyer
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Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Sequential Read/Write Speed up to 555/540 MB/s Up to 240 TB TBW 64-layer 3D BiCS FLASH Up to 82,000/88,000 IOPS 3 Year Warranty
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louiselouise

They did rather infamously have a staff/office picture of the RMAs they'd refused up on the wall - for which staff (allegedly) got bonuses. Discussed at length on HUKD at the time. Surprised they're still in business. They did the dirty on me as well years ago and I haven't shopped there since.

zworld

Toshiba as a brand are crap but the storage division is ex-OCZ

ebuyerCS

Hi, All our products come with a warranty. If you have had any problems with a particular order, please email scott@ebuyer.com and we will look into this further for you. Kind Regards Ebuyer Support

ws007

Hi thanks for reaching out, could you please list the products you won't honour the warranty's on, thanks

ebuyerCS

Hi, We would honour any warranty sold with this product, if you can send further details to scott@ebuyer.com this can be reviewed further for you. Kind Regards Ebuyer Support

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Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 3.0 External Hard Drive £67.98 Delivered @ eBuyer
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Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Dropped down in price again for anyone looking :) SuperSpeed USB 3.0 port Auto-backup software Extra security PC and Mac compatible HIGH CAPACITY. HIGH SPEED. Store th… Read more
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Wonky100

Ah that makes sense - even to me!! Thanks guys.

SartoriX

It's not a computer, it is only external storage. You would typically purchase this if you needed additional storage for an existing laptop/desktop or to be able to make a backup of your files. Or, to connect to a games console to provide extra storage space. From what you have said, this isn't what you're looking for.

mr.deville

You also need to add a computer has this is only an external harddrive.

Wonky100

Excuse my ignorance here - so I just add monitor, keyboard and windows plus any Microsoft package and I'm good to go? Looking for a PC for daughter to do school work. Thanks (from a technophobe!!)

Lister92

There is another existing deal for this and everybody tells to avoid any deal at all price with eBuyer......

Toshiba 43 inch 4k UHD Smart TV £239 instore @ Tesco (seems to be store specific)
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LocalLocalFound 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Limited stock, in store deal. Got one myself, cheapest 4k TV I've seen anywhere Update: the actual quality of the tv is extraordinary and if anyone hasn't had a 4k TV before this … Read more
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robclarke42

Maybe Tesco ordered twenty three thousand nine hundred and twenty from Toshiba/Vestel and someone in the pricing department had a blinding hangover from a great night out the night before, so due to his blurred vision, a fair few of us benefited, with the help of ZeusOGaming too. Also, this is a great telly.

HoneyJamToast

Think you're mistaking me for a Tesco employee (highfive) Your guess is as good as mine

nicksinghuk

If this was a pricing error why did take 6 days to rectify?

HoneyJamToast

Unfortunately it seems £329 is the "sale" price Tesco are running now. Few days ago spoke to the manager of my local store and he said they'd be coming in stock on Friday (Today) and there'd be a sale running. Went in today and got the £329 price sadly with a label that had £399 crossed out. It seems the £239.20 price really was a pricing error and everyone who managed to pick one up is a lucky so and so, not jealous at all :p

Sfonz

Are people still finding these? Stopped in at my local and matched up the model number and (I think) the barcode, scanned at £329. Pricing error that's been corrected?

Toshiba 64GB TransMemory USB 3.0 Flash Drive at BT Shop for £10.50
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Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Toshiba 64GB 3.0 USB Drive, Previous Been On Offer For Amazon Prime Customers But This Is BT Shop With Free Delivery £10.50 Delivered More Than 50 In Stock At Time Of Posting
jeczap

We're talking 10 quid....?

Magnets

I have the previous version (16GB USB2.0) of this which is slightly faster, 4MB write 35MB read With SSDs coming down again I wouldn't bother with el-cheapo USB storage if you want something reliable and quick, get an SSD and put it in a USB enclosure. Integral 120GB from mymemory for £25 and a usb enclosure for <£5 will easily sustain 200MB read/write The SSD in a repurposed seagate 2.5" USB caddy gives me near 350MB read/write horses for courses and all that

trickytree1984

I'll be using this to plug into the USB on my tv and play DVDs. It doesnt meed to be mega quick.

trickytree1984

Create a new account? I got free delivery

computerrobot

showing as £5 delivery for me on standard! I think its because I setup a business account with them. The free delivery sign appears in another browser when not logged in :(

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2 X Toshiba 32gb EXCERIA M302 Micro SD (+2.1% Topcashback) +Adapters £16.99 @base
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2 X Toshiba 32gb EXCERIA M302 (U3) Micro SDHC Card with Adapters (Multi-pack of 2 x THN-M302R0320EA) £16.99 With Free Delivery from @base + 2.1% Topcashback. Link to Topcashback be… Read more
chip2388

Thanks I ordered these to go with the two security cameras I bought.

Dy_86

yes

Reflective

Bought :)

teng

Good for if you have multiple devices 😃

smala01

No - you should not use any flash cards for long term storage.

Toshiba 64GB Micro SDXC Card £14.99 +2.1% TCB U3 Class 10 with Adapter @ Base.com
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Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Includes SD card adaptor SDHC/SDXC, UHS-I UHS Speed Class 3 (U3)* Class 10** Max Speed 90 MB/s*** Warranty: 5 years
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amour3k

I got 'a few' from Stratford Westfields CarPhoneWarehouse not so long ago (£10 a pop, not too bad at all!, happy day's). :-) At least 15+ of them things were still there on my leaving ... And they are still open for the next 2-3 hour's also (for anyone 'local-ish'?). :-) Happy hunting everyone. :-)

amour3k

Hahahahahahahahaha, YEP!., me either, looooool. BUT, as per my previous above ... (highfive)

amour3k

Note to self, IF a NOW currently cheaper 'option' arises, for more-or-less same/similar/better, etc, take it, no?. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-evo-64gb-4k-memory-card-1499-from-friday-28th-march-instore-carphonewarehouse-2916759 Class 10, AND U3/4K rated also! :{ And under their existing 3 for 2 Deal, that's literally less than £10 EACH for these Samsung Evo Plusbbad boys! (pretty much?). But though, this Deal EXPIRES at the close of business TODAY! (Tuesday 10th April 2018!). So guess where my a$$ is heading towards now? (cheeky) Do the same ... (flirt)

amour3k

Don't hold your breath for indefinite reduced prices on these, etc? (a 64GB Kingston Micro-SD Card I purchased a few of on Amazon in Jan' 2015, Feb' 2015, and Mar' 2015, for between £11.20-£11.30 at the time, are still nearer the £20 on Amazon, for the exact same Class 10 thing's). It's been almost 2 Year's before such price's have finally decided to start coming back in time to 2015/2016 price's? (as it were), and I wouldn't hold by breath in it lasting - don't forget also, Brexit stuff's in the near to distant future - of 1-2 Year's time (including 1 or 2 other hidden/unforeseen anomalies in the past too, etc) are also set to potentially thwart some of these future declining prices too perhap's ... Get as many as you can, while you can at current price's, etc I say? - as no one know's as to what happen's Tomorrow (literally). I fortunately got a good fill of both 32GB and 64GB Micro-SD Card's back in 2014-2015 when price's for such thing's were a bit more favourable, etc ... But as you can appreciate, be Devices's I've put a lot of these into have since depleted a reasonable amount of that stash, lol, so for now at least, I'm ok (I'll of-course be soon on the hunt for more replenishing, etc, but not in any immediate hurry for now). I'm hoping (like yourself too I'm guessing), that price's inevitably fall some more for the next couple of Week's at least? (before then sadly hitting the roof again), and in the interim, I'll re-stack another stash again some more ... That's my 2 Cent's worth anyway. Here's to better/stronger/cheaper price's of these thing's in the near to immediate future. :-)

Nazhu

Don't really need one but.....

Toshiba USB 3 64GB Flash Drive £10.50 @ Amazon - Prime exclusive
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Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Looks good to me.
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amour3k

Some similar cheap £5 32gb one's took my fancy instead. But thanx anyway. :-) Ps. The OP's £10.50 Deal is no longer available, it's £14.89 each now ...

UKPokemonMaster

the link is for the wrong price, here try this :) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00X9GK6QK?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

amour3k

It's currently in stock again. :-) BUT ... It's showing as £15.89 for though? (on PRIME?!). :-( What am I missing?, or ...

SpeedyG

Tosh? Absolute twaddle mate.

Night_Knight

Still on, but "In stock on April 16, 2018."

Toshiba 32 full HD WiFi Smart tv With Freeview HD & Freeview Play Inc 5year warranty - £199 @ John Lewis
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Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Product code: 82423001 Freeview Play Toshiba's 32L3753DB is a feature-packed Smart TV for the whole family. It combines a beautifully colour-rich and detailed Full HD picture … Read more
fredsaid

Go on then, tell me !

Aretak

Refresh rate doesn't really have anything to do with ghosting. That's caused by a slow pixel response time, which is something that's generally never advertised at all for TVs (unlike computer monitors). Though for the record this will 100% be a basic 60Hz panel for this price.

r4963

Ugly chunky old fashioned looking thing.

Dude1971

I miss the old Toshiba, was the only TV brand I ever used...

Scooby2520

True cause not long ago I got a 32’’ for the bedroom with similar spec for £139 via eBay currys

Toshiba 55U7763DB LED 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Built-In Wi-Fi, Freeview HD. 5 Year Warranty £443.98 @ Costco
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LocalLocalFound 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Saw this TV in Costco Sheffield today. It has an instant saving card against it, so I'm not sure if they are store specific. £399.99 ex VAT £30 saving £369.99 ex VAT £443.98 inc … Read more
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jayjayuk1234

More like, hey Tosh got a Toshiba logo, but TV made by someone else

surnjit

surnjit

Hey tosh got a Toshiba

jenbacobs

https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Computers/Televisions/Ultra-HD-TVs/Toshiba-55U7763DB-55-Inch-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-TV/p/243060

1969andy

costco sheffield were selling these for £388 including VAT a month ago, i bought one, fab tv (y)

Toshiba Exceria micro SD 64 GB U3 - £14.99 @ Base
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Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
£14.99 delivered. Any good? 2.02% TCB
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levitron

Mymemory

amour3k

Where from?.

amour3k

Yes it is. :-)

balsingh458

That's faster than a class 10, right?

paulandpam1

Personally I would pay an extra £1.50 and get a Samsung Evo plus, I believe either the read or write speed of these Toshiba cards is not very good.

Toshiba 43U676343 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV Freeview Play - £299 + 6 years guarantee Richer Sounds
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Fabulous 4K is now available at a rock bottom price, thanks to the stunning Toshiba 43U6763. 4K Ultra HD TV - Ultimate Detail With 4K UHD screen resolution, the Toshiba 43U6763 gi… Read more
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jazzuk777

So I had a Samsung TV that was awful and realised how awful (especially. muddy sound) when I bought an LG after it went conk that really showed the Samsung up. The LG wi-fi module seems really erratic (having to go into the network menu to get it to connect every time) and there's some light bleed not that long out of guarantee. So what make do I go for next time?

UZOR

Look at the guarantee at if it were 6 years of torture stuck with the awful sluggish UI.

aym280

When you go on holiday, you want to take you 43" HD tv with you! LOL!

market_trader

Bought this for £215 from tesco ebay, refurbished with a 12 month warranty for the kitchen wall. All up and running and for the price and value for money you can't complain. Decent enough quality!

packard

Read review, Samsung interface SOOO much better

Toshiba 55U6663DB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV - Black - [A+ Rated] £379 from ao.com
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Found 4th AprFound 4th Apr
First post so be kind as I know there are some big views on TV's on this site! I know Toshiba are not the brand they once were, but all the same this is a lot of TV for the money … Read more
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DuncanClarke

Listed at £479 now

_Rappy_

Does not support all my videos, can't stream 4k some xvid's among others any solutions would be appreciated or a top end kodi box would be great. FIXED THE TV! sent back ordered an LG

bitcoin5

For those looking and not decided yet, this deal is nearly sold out and will not last the weekend as they planned!! <3

jtalep1

Of course, manufacturing defects can affect any brand and at any price point - I bought a Bosch washing machine a while back, it lasted 8 months before developing fault after fault. In the end replaced it with a Beko that was significantly cheaper that's been going strong for the last 4 years. But Vestel sets have a genuinely horrid reputation, cheap parts, poorly made. You might get one that lasts a day, you might get one that lasts 10 years - but you accept that pot luck, and you rely more on luck with a Vestel. And you can't really compare it with a old Toshiba crt, it was a different world back then, things were built to last.

jtalep1

Had a similar experience, went faulty after a couple of months. Toshiba took it away and returned it a week later saying there was no fault... Buying this TV is akin to buying 10 liters of milk that's on the turn for £1, claiming it's good value because you're getting a lot of milk for your money.

Toshiba Canvio Desktop 3TB 3.5" USB 2.0/3.0 External Hard Drive Gloss Black £67.98 @ ebuyer
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Good price for 3TB, free delivery External desktop hard drive with 3TB capacity Ultra fast transfer speeds with USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible) Includes backup software Password… Read more
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stoopid_name

#metoo with several devices failing within a year no mind a longer warranty period. Legal or not it's a rip off. Don't use Ebuyer any more after 10+ years of being a custmoer.

danman10

Used to shop with these all the time but amazon seems to be pretty good with customer service, even currys were good when i had to take back a Razor mouse and a Logitech steering wheel over 6 months old they just replaced no questions asked. Worth paying a bit extra for decent service . consumer rights

airdsuk

Reported my D.O.A. Lacie external drive on Monday for a R.M.A,, not heard a thing yet. Total Gangsters, NEVER again.

freakstyler

They can be okay when it comes to (the now few and far between) daily deals with free delivery, flash drives and the like but yeah, I would never spend over a tenner with them – anything high value its Amazon or similar even if I have to pay substantially more. Don’t just take my word for it, google “ebuyer proportionate refund” and see some of the horror stories. There’s a recent example on the MSE forum from last September (second search result down) funny enough for a Toshiba Hard Drive and it basically sums up the whole Ebuyer RMA after six month experience (Sorry for not linking the thread, not sure if I can link other forums here)

AW10

Thanks for the insight. Personally, I have only ever brought small (less than £30) items from ebuyer and not had any problems, but after learning of this, I will not be using them again EVER! I'd rather pay a little more for added piece of mind. AMAZON for pretty much everything here!

3TB Hard Drive Toshiba 7200rpm - £64.99 amazon
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Found 3rd AprFound 3rd Apr
This is the cheapest cost per TB I can find for a non Barracuda 7200rpm hard drive (those barracuda failure rates are powerful) Some suggestions in the reviews this is a hitachi d… Read more
stec77

I don't know but it will probably depend on which model you have? It's not necessarily a straight swap. A good forum to look on is hummy TV for Humax and youview boxes.

radiocaf

See, everyone says stay away from Seagate, but I've had 11 WD and 6 Seagate hard drives over the years, I've had three WD fail, another one seems to be on it's last legs, and the only Seagate that's failed on me was due to me dropping it down the stairs. Must be a weird lottery I'm just good at winning or something because I seem to be the only one who has better luck with Seagate than WD.

MagicBoy

For Toshiba?

ktbffh

Will this be any good for a freeview box? Thanks

fiqqer

I would think so, they have a few things a standard desktop drive doesn't have - vibration sensors and heat control to reduce two of the things that can lessen the life/reliability of drives. There is a compromise with speed vs the X300 but should be a more reliable drive.

amour3k

Interesting Thread this, lol.

Bushes

I'm sorry sir we haven't got the Sony you paid for, have a Beko instead.

bestyman

Im getting £4.99 inc delivery

jouster

3.0 doesn’t mean it’s fast. It just means it’s got a blue plug

ra786

Terrible. Not even near USB 2.0 speeds, never mind USB 3.0. You're right. They're cheap for a reason. These are Toshiba's absolute bottom of the barrel cheapo USB stick range, made in the Philipines.

Toshiba Exceria M302 (Ultra 3) 32GB Micro SD Card 90 MB/s 4K £9.49 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
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Toshiba Class 10 ULTRA 3 Micro SD Memory card with Free Same Day Delivery for Prime Members @Amazon A Toshiba EXCERIA M302 is the microSD card you need if you want to record 4K or… Read more
qbs

You're missing the point on warranty. If a use, for example dash cam, isn't specifically excluded from warranty on the retail package, or a reference made to a specific location for terms of the warranty excluding specific uses, the manufacturer cannot void the warranty if you claim. Of course, the danger of terms on a website is that they can be changed after you've purchased the item.

CartoonHead78

I'd like to see how the manufactures thought about sticking that information issue in the warranty, "we haven't got no evidence that cards fail in these devices, shall we just put that in the warranty on the packet anyway? Well I'm going on my experience anyway nevermind what u need to see or not, one card with little use in a gopro hero, second card is intermittently showing the same issue both Samsung EVO 32gb micro sd's not warrantied or recommended by their manufacturer for the purpose I used them for.

qbs

I'm not disputing that. Faults occur and things break down. What I said was "I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk". Individual failures, annoying as they are, don't give any real information on reliability. The other thing you need to check with cards that have been used in dash cams is whether they've been locked by the dash cam sensing a collision and protecting the data. That can go wrong and glitch the whole card as well.

CartoonHead78

what happened to mine and what others said 'does' happen, the card write protects itself to lock the last data recorded, I could not delete or format the card. The info was there for all to see!?

qbs

I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk. Also, there are so many factors involved regarding use of cards - which dash cam, actual usage, regularly wiped/formatted, genuine or fake card - that it would be well nigh impossible to get real data. How many people claim under warranty? Probably very few given cost coupled with the throw away society we live in. I'm not convinced on the legality of manufacturers' voiding warranty for cards used in dash cams. It could be that the lack of any high visibility warning on the retail packaging could undermine their small print hidden away somewhere on a website exclusion. How do they prove it was used on a dash cam anyway?

Toshiba Exceria 64GB Micro SDXC U3 Card  £14.49  Base via Amazon
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Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Great price for this card, cheaper than directly from Base site...
Picard123

I forgot to add, get a minimum U1 spec card though. You still want something modern, not an old card for several years ago. This Toshiba should be be fine. https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2017-best-microsd-cards-for-switch-loading-time-comparison_7

dwl99

still available on base.com's website for £14.99 https://www.base.com/buy/product/toshiba-64-gb-exceria-m302-micro-sdxc-card-u3-class-10-with-adapter-thn-m302r0640ea/dgc-thn~2Dm302r0640ea.htm + a whopping 2.1% Topcashback

becka3209_.

Thank you :)

matlock67

Gone up now , expire

Picard123

How do you know that it isn't durable? Have you used this card in a dash cam?

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