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20-02-2012, 22:41   #1
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LG 32" LED 334.99

http://www.pixmania.ie/ie/uk/1168520...elevision.html

currys have it on sale for 369 with 1 year warrenty, pixmania seem to offer 2 yrs warrenty and and at 35 euros cheaper including delivery !
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20-02-2012, 23:32   #2
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http://www.pixmania.ie/ie/uk/1168520...elevision.html

currys have it on sale for 369 with 1 year warrenty, pixmania seem to offer 2 yrs warrenty and and at 35 euros cheaper including delivery !

Its a Samsung and not a LG
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I checked the reviews, seems like a good picture (LED but not Full HD) but very poor sound quality.

Pass...
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Guys, if you're ever looking for a tv, always check Amazon Warehouse
I bought my last telly from them and saved a small fortune.
Make sure the condition is "Used - Like New". That's what I did, and the set was brand new but in a generic brown box as opposed to a fancy LG one.
Get it delivered through deliverme.ie, which only costs €22.
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Its 50 hz.
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Guys, if you're ever looking for a tv, always check Amazon Warehouse
I bought my last telly from them and saved a small fortune.
Make sure the condition is "Used - Like New". That's what I did, and the set was brand new but in a generic brown box as opposed to a fancy LG one.
Get it delivered through deliverme.ie, which only costs €22.
Just to add that you get free of charge delivery from the main Amazon site on TVs up to 32 inches.
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21-02-2012, 20:20   #7
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Just to add that you get free of charge delivery from the main Amazon site on TVs up to 32 inches.
I've picked up 2 LG 32" TV's on Amazon over the past year and a half.

Tried for a third the other day and received the dreaded 'We're sorry, we cannot ship to that address' blurb.

Wasn't from a Marketplace seller either, wonder if LG have joined Sony and Samsungs ROI embargo.
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I've picked up 2 LG 32" TV's on Amazon over the past year and a half.

Tried for a third the other day and received the dreaded 'We're sorry, we cannot ship to that address' blurb.

Wasn't from a Marketplace seller either, wonder if LG have joined Sony and Samsungs ROI embargo.
Yeah, just tried to order an LG TV but it says it wont deliver to Ireland
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21-02-2012, 21:58   #9
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i checked amazon and lot of other sites and cant find anything with the same spec any cheaper, know its not full hd but sur the price represents that after all
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What about this Sammy?

Comes in at £202.64 inc. next day delivery to deliverme.ie, which is an extra £5.96. That's €242 on XE, so say we bump that up to €260 for ripoff exhange rates.
Deliverme will charge €22 for overnight courier to your door.
So you're looking at very worst case €282 delivered, as opposed to €335 with Pix.
If you were interested, you could order now, and it'd be with you by Friday!

Plus, I know who I'd rather deal with if something went wrong!

Edit: Actually, this Full HD LG is available for an extra £30. Still cheaper than the one you mentioned, plus it's full hd.

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not bad but its not LED and frame very clumbsey looking
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Here's a good one - 37 inch LED, Full HD, 100Hz...£360

http://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-37LV355U-...9909409&sr=1-7
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What about this Sammy?

Comes in at £202.64 inc. next day delivery to deliverme.ie, which is an extra £5.96. That's €242 on XE, so say we bump that up to €260 for ripoff exhange rates.
Deliverme will charge €22 for overnight courier to your door.
So you're looking at very worst case €282 delivered, as opposed to €335 with Pix.
If you were interested, you could order now, and it'd be with you by Friday!

Plus, I know who I'd rather deal with if something went wrong!

Edit: Actually, this Full HD LG is available for an extra £30. Still cheaper than the one you mentioned, plus it's full hd.
You can knock a tenner off that mate, so 272 delivered. No way any Bank worth its salt would rip you off to that extent! Thats like 5 pence in the pound difference.
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You can knock a tenner off that mate, so 272 delivered. No way any Bank worth its salt would rip you off to that extent! Thats like 5 pence in the pound difference.
Wouldn't be so sure about that. Just bought a TV for £232.74. On XE.com that works out as €275 but I was charged €288. Madness really.

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Yeah, just tried to order an LG TV but it says it wont deliver to Ireland
I'm not sure whether it was there earlier, but there seems to also be a restriction on at least some Panasonic TVs as well.
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