TV's from Sainsbury's

  sunnystaines 20:38 25 Jun 14
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We have a panasonic HD tv bought from a panasonic store [store since shut down] very pleased with the TV.

we have seen on the net that sainsbury do panasonic TV'S at cheap prices are they cheap sub standard tv made for supermarkets or will they have good panasonic quality as in panasonic stores?

  alanrwood 22:29 25 Jun 14

Panasonic have a brand image to maintain so would not risk their reputation by allowing their name to be used on cheap shoddy merchandise. They may not be made in a Japanese factory but they will certainly have Quality Control engineers at the factory where they are manufactured.

  Woolwell 22:31 25 Jun 14

I'm surprised that you asked. They are Panasonic TV's. If you go to the Panasonic website you will see that the same Tv's are listed. If you do a Google search for the particular model you may well find that it is sold at a similar price at Argos, Curry's etc.

Branded for supermarket TV's usually have a name for the supermarket eg Tesco = Technika.

  sunnystaines 08:35 26 Jun 14

alan and woolwell thank you for answers

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