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BLAUPUNKT 65”/165CM 4K UHD LED Smart TV $843 + $40 Delivery @ Bing Lee eBay

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A very cheap 65" UHD TV from Bing Lee. It is good for people who has limited budget but still want a 65" UHD TV

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  • ITS JUST A PUNKT BRO.

  • NEW10 coupon was a targeted coupon to certain users, so will only work for those whom it was targeted.

    • That, and it expired a couple of days ago.

    • Good point. OP please amend description to show NEW10 is targeted and add P5OZZIE for 5%. Your 'edit' button is between 'view' and 'revisions'.

  • +6 votes

    This used to be the desirable brand in Germany.

    • They used to make good car stereos. Manufacturing moved to China and I don't think quality is much good, since no one really talks about it ever.

      • never knew they made tv's other than stereos~ @@

        • I don't think they did. I'd say this is a generic TV slapped with Blaupunkt branding in hopes to make it look good, since some may not know it was sold.

        • @no not me: Ah cheers mate, was wondering about the durability and quality of a tv of such price…

      • They used to make good car stereos. Manufacturing moved to China and I don't think quality is much good, since no one really talks about it ever.

        Manufacturing didn't move to China in that sense but the name was sold off to the Chinese in the end.

    • Like Sansui someone got the naming rights for a pittance.!

  • The price is $888, not $799

  • I got the NEW10 offer and it expired on the 5th.

  • +5 votes

    lol, you can't buy if you live in: Adelaide Metro, Brisbane Metro, Melbourne Metro, Northern Territory, NSW Regional, Perth Metro, QLD Far North, QLD Regional, QLD South East, SA Regional, Tasmania, VIC Regional, WA Regional, WA Remote, PO Box

  • No mention of hdr

  • Super duper cheap! I remember Blaupunkt was a good quality brand in the 80s. Not sure now.

    • Super duper cheap! I remember Blaupunkt was a good quality brand in the 80s. Not sure now.

      This is the reason this practise of destroying brand names exist…..

      This is absolute rubbish with a formally reputable name stuck on, a disgraceful practice that shouldn't be allowed.

      • I agree with the lament but

        disgraceful practice that shouldn't be allowed.

        Why? Brand name is an asset just like factory equipment and intellectual property.

        Only a fool buys a product for its brand - smart buyer evaluates the product on its own merits.

  • I used to have a blaupunkt tv when I was kid.
    Very good tv in those days , not sure now

    • Unfortunately just another generic Chinese brand now. One of many badges to be stuck on a generic chinese TV I reckon.

  • My 2010 VE commodore had a BLAUPUNKT OEM stereo headset which was the shittiest sounding stereo I have ever heard in a car. Also, according to wikipedia:

    "After a troublesome past and several changes in ownership and reorganizations it filed for bankruptcy in late 2015[2] with liquidation proceedings completed in early 2016".

    Not sure how the 3 year warranty is suppose to work if the company doesn't exist anymore.

    • BLAUPUNKT is now BRANDKAPUT!

    • Not sure how the 3 year warranty is suppose to work if the company doesn't exist anymore.

      The NAME is purchased for use by a Chinese manufacturer to stick onto their crap TV so they can sell it for heaps more. There is a warranty but this is not anything to do with Blaupunkt.

      My 2010 VE commodore had a BLAUPUNKT OEM stereo headset which was the shittiest sounding stereo I have ever heard in a car.

      What do you expect when you put a decent but lower end headunit in a car with no attention to detail with cheap speakers, poor wiring etc. It's like lipstick on a pig. But blame the headunit when the real issue was Holden.