Second Hand TVs

Just about every home in the UK has one or more TVs, and there comes a time when your TV is either broken or you just want to upgrade to a better one. Rather than buying a brand new one, why not purchase a second hand TV to save yourself some money? It doesn’t matter what one you want, you can get TVs of all different makes, shapes and sizes online. You can get a huge discount if you’re buying one that is usually hundreds of pounds, but even if you just want to get a really basic model you should still buy it used so that you save some money.

At the moment you might not think that you’d be able to afford a high spec television, but after taking a look at the list below you might realise that you actually can! Even the large 3D televisions aren’t too expensive if you were to buy a second hand one if you’d like to try out a 3D model. If you just need one of the most basic TVs then there are a few things to look out for though. Firstly, you need to make sure that they aren’t any dead pixels (these are basically a black dot or dots on screen that can be really annoying!) and secondly you need to see if there is any screen damage.

24 Smart TV

£105.00

Samsung LED TV Monitor 19inch Model Series 3 TB300

£50.00

Toshiba 43L3653DB 43 Smart LED TV WiFi Full HD 1080p HDMI With Freeview Play

£275.00

Polaroid P32RN0117J 32 Inch HD Ready LED TV Freeview HD USB Recording Black

£124.99

24 TV with built in DVD player

£80.00

Panasonic TX 24ES500B 24 1080p HD LED LCD Internet TV

£150.00


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However, the vast majority of the TVs on here are as good as new with no damage whatsoever but it’s still a good idea to double check the listing just in case if the seller mentions anything like dead pixels. Even if you do buy a second hand TV that is slightly damaged, you could always repair it yourself or get someone else to repair it for you though.