I don't think this is a good deal, but I did not vote. I've got the A5 2017 and at the time I purchased it, I was considering the A3 as well. A5 was considerably more expensive and it is better specs. I've used my A5 over the past 3 years and I am very pleased with it. However, it shows signs it needs replacing.Mine is in pristine condition, looks almost like new. But the battery is a different story, it does not last anywhere near the time I use to get 2 years ago. I suspect the battery on this one is not great either after so many years. If I get £100 for mine, which is a superior model, I will be very pleased. I do believe both, the A3 and A5 worth £100, but the problem is the battery life. If you're in the market for a compact phone, sadly, you do not have many choices, and the prices for 'compact' devices are really high, as there is not much competition. This phone may be OK for occasional use, for children, for people who do not use internet very often, but what is the point spending £100 on it, when you can get basic phones brand new for less than this price.
only 16GB, useless
Yes agree. Or even a more recent Nokia like 7.2/5.3/5.4 not hugely more expensive than this and will be supported for a while yet. I had this A3 2017 before my S9 and I've had the S9 two years now. My two cents - Was a good wee phone in its day, generally about £279-£199 new depending on when bought, so definitely a saving here so have added heat, but it's a bit too dated now I'd say. Although the Mrs one went to her mum who is still using it so got a purpose maybe for basic use but it's likely long since stopped getting any updates. Even when newer I only tended to receive security patches on it about every 3 months. Where as S9 gets security update every month pretty much without fail, even now and been out nearly 3 years. S9 currently on December patch, and when I set up my old man's Nokia 5.3 at Christmas it was still only up to November, and Nokia's usually among the first with updates as they run pure android like Google Pixel. So Samsung do seem to be getting better with updates now, especially on S range, but this older A, if anyone considering,it's likely not had security patches in a while so probably better looking elsewhere unless something very specific about this model you want.
Posted 22nd Nov 2020Posted 22nd Nov 2020
Samsung rear speaker kit for soundbars £169.99 at districtelectricals£169.99£249.9932% off Free P&P Free
Turns your soundbar into a true surround sound dolby atmos system ... currys will price match
Yep. AV forums seems to be very well respected and they do not rate the t series very well at all. I had the hisense u7b and motion was fine when you switched off the motion settings, so I am hoping it's OK. The u7qf has a much higher brightness and a fald panel. I wanted to like the tu8500 but the juddering on sky signal is just too much to live with.
Funnily enough I decided against the u7qf as reviews state it doesn't handle motion well and has poor black detail. The confusing world of TVs eh!
Have you found it to be a major issue? I'd set myself on a tu8500 having seen the model listed in countless (top TVs) articles, good customer reviews and tech sites (techradar, what-hifi etc) all rating them highly.
Enough for me to return mine. I am exchanging it for a hisense u7qf
Posted 22nd Oct 2020Posted 22nd Oct 2020
Samsung QE50Q60T (2020 Model) 50” 4K Ultra HD QLED HDR TV with Voice Control £579.99 @ District Electricals£579.99 Free P&P Free
Wanted a 50 inch TV . Went to Currys and they had this one : https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/samsung-qe50q60tauxxu-50-smart-4k-ult… Read more
Was out of stock pretty quickly, so ended up ordering from Richer Sounds. They wouldn't price match as out of stock and only 12 month warranty but they knocked £20 off over the phone. I was happy with that, too impatient to wait for Black Friday. Bought a soundbar at the same time to take advantage of the 50% cashback from Samsung.
Brand new Free Delivery and 5 year Guarantee £35 more https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/sony-bravia-kd55xg9505bu-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-led-tv-with-google-assistant-10190264-pdt.html?awc=1599_1590070500_5a16dcbb30884318f8c9301cdc2e05a1&srcid=369&xtor=AL-1&cmpid=aff~HotUKDeals~Discount+Code~47868~Pepper+Deals+Ltd (y)
Less than 5 Available? and no delivery outside England and Wales? £19.99? On price and not Brand new? A1 condition? and only got 12 month Warranty? :|
This one is cold imo, unless you really want to save a bit of money on a significant purchase and get it used rather than brand new. You can get it for £899 with a solid 6 year warranty from the tried and tested Richer Sounds. Or £856 from Curry's with their "5 year guarantee" which they would probably give you trouble for if you needed to use it. Both brand new opposed to grade A, and come with more than only 1 year warranty. Maybe if it were £700 ish or below that would make the tradeoffs more worthwhile. But maybe there are a few people who wouldn't mind it being used as it still does come with a year warranty, I'm not sure.
I think this is cheaper or the same price from centres direct
I have this TV. It has a wonderful picture, great for games and the android TV is nippy. It’s let down by buggy firmware, issues with audio especially if you have a receiver. New fw’s are released infrequently, you have to wait months for fixes.
Posted 15th Apr 2020Posted 15th Apr 2020
PANASONIC SC-TMAX40E-K Bluetooth Megasound Party Speaker - £269.99 Delivered @ District Electricals£269.99£39932% off
Specifications Colour: Black Type: Megasound Speaker Channel: 2.1 Output Power: 1200W Speaker: 2 x tweeter (6cm), 2 x Woofer (10cm) Subwoofer: 1 x Superwoofer with Dual D… Read more