VIZIO 42" 1080p Full-Array LED Smart TV

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VIZIO 42" 1080p Full-Array LED Smart TV
Price: $329.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days. (Thursday, Sep 25 to Tuesday, Sep 30) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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9/11/2014 - $329.99 - Click To See Discussion (2 comments)

9/19/2014 - $329.99 (Woot Plus)

Woot’s highest standards? Highly suspect.

I purchased this TV from Woot a while back. It’s a nice TV. In terms of it being smart, though, its interface is so clunky and it moves so slowly through the menus that it’s far from ideal. We never use the apps.

I think it’s a much better idea (and often cheaper) to get a “dumb” TV and pair it up with a Roku or something similar. That also allows you to upgrade the “smarts” if you ever choose without having to upgrade the TV.

So, will selling out of this for the wootoff sell out of it for the Smart TVs page bellow the wootoff that doesn’t stop until Sept 26th?

I’m surprised smart TV’s are a thing. Doesn’t just about everyone have at least one smart source to run these apps?

FYI, your walmart link points to the wrong model (the 240hz edition)… This is the correct model on walmart.

Never fear. We have enough TVs for everyone. BUY ALL THE TVs!

Bought the 47" Version. Died within 3 months, no manufacturer warranty on it and poor response from woot for any customer service. Took over a week of e-mailing back and forth and getting pre-written responses to get an RMA. Still waiting for the refund. Not sure who does the refurbishing on the tvs.

You’ll be paying any shipping costs to return/repair this thing if it breaks. My advice is just to spend your money on a new one or one that is factory refurbished.