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VIZIO 32" 720p LCD Smart TV w/ HDMI Cable

Speed to First Woot:
2m 16.002s
First Sucker:
wassupitaly
Last Wooter to Woot:
keithj1783
Last Purchase:
a year ago
Order Pace (rank):
Top 36% of Woot.com Woots
Top 16% of all Woots
Woots Sold (rank):
Top 34% of Woot.com Woots
Top 30% of all Woots

Purchaser Experience

  • 15% first woot
  • 6% second woot
  • 28% < 10 woots
  • 27% < 25 woots
  • 24% ≥ 25 woots

Purchaser Seniority

  • 9% joined today
  • 6% one week old
  • 1% one month old
  • 9% one year old
  • 75% > one year old

Quantity Breakdown

  • 94% bought 1
  • 5% bought 2
  • 1% bought 3

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lrgraham14


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VIZIO 32" 720p LCD Smart TV w/ HDMI Cable
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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lichme


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VIZIO 32" 720p LCD Smart TV w/ HDMI Cable
Price: $199.99
Shipping Options: $5 Standard
Condition: Factory Reconditioned

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Previous Similar Sales (May not be exact model)
11/29/2013 - $199.99 (Woot-off) - 29 comment(s)


11/30/2013 - $199.99 (Woot Plus)

rydethis


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The other tv!!!!! Geesh!!! This is already on sale in the tech woot!!!

Touch me in the morning!!

csundin031990


quality posts: 0 Private Messages csundin031990

This sucks! The same exact deal in the woot off as the carty favors! Really wish i had grabbed that 40 in phillips earlier... thought woot could out do that

rydethis


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csundin031990 wrote:This sucks! The same exact deal in the woot off as the carty favors! Really wish i had grabbed that 40 in phillips earlier... thought woot could out do that



Same here!!! I've been kicking myself all day!!!

Touch me in the morning!!

jthom19802


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csundin031990 wrote:This sucks! The same exact deal in the woot off as the carty favors! Really wish i had grabbed that 40 in phillips earlier... thought woot could out do that



Bingo. Grabbed it last night and while I'm not yelling at Woot, it's no secret that thus far the 40" Phillips 1080p for $199 has been the best deal thus far in that time frame. Snagged two.

rico303


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Are they going to do the 40 inch samsung for 99 bucks again

raylotekka


quality posts: 1 Private Messages raylotekka

This is NOT a good deal.

gtothreg


quality posts: 0 Private Messages gtothreg

remember when woot.com was cool... Those were the days.. 10 years later its just another 'deal' website. This has to be the worst wootoff ever. Products aren't moving deals are equal to what you can get on a daily basis somewhere else..... The original daily sale site has become the 5-10-20+ daily 'deal' site. Bye woot

special72


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raylotekka wrote:This is NOT a good deal.



As I was about to hit the buy button...why not?

I know it's 720p, and refurbished...but it's smart...

jthom19802


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rico303 wrote:Are they going to do the 40 inch samsung for 99 bucks again



That was one. One TV. Whoever snagged it first got it, and no more for that.

rydethis


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special72 wrote:As I was about to hit the buy button...why not?

I know it's 720p, and refurbished...but it's smart...



It's not a "bad" deal... it's just that there was a way better deal earlier!!! WAAAAY earlier!!!

Touch me in the morning!!

rico303


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jthom19802 wrote:That was one. One TV. Whoever snagged it first got it, and no more for that.



That explains why it sold out so fast lol

jthom19802


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raylotekka wrote:This is NOT a good deal.



For the record it is a good deal. I just got a better one last night. The best deal you could even find on Black Friday was a 32" Samsung for $227 and they were REALLY reaching on having it that low. Even brands you had never heard of were/are more than that.

csundin031990


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special72 wrote:As I was about to hit the buy button...why not?

I know it's 720p, and refurbished...but it's smart...



Reviews I have read have been mixed. Apparently some connectivity issues and takes forever to power up. I also got a confirmation for a 39 in Phillips 1080 net tv for only 75 bucks more with great reviews but it doesn't show up as bought and woot won't reply to my emails. I had a confirmation number and everything Was hoping they would throw that out there again for people they screwed but the woot of old seems to be dead

jthom19802


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rico303 wrote:That explains why it sold out so fast lol



Yeah it didn't last long lol.

And as others have said, this isn't a bad deal. But when you hang out here for the whole woot-off, sometimes you get the better deal and sometimes you kick yourself because you remember that sweet 40" from last night haha

special72


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Thanks for all the input. After reading the negative reviews on Amazon I guess I'll hold out for that 40".

http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-E422AR-42-Inch-Class-Internet/product-reviews/B007TEE966/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_one?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0

rydethis


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special72 wrote:Thanks for all the input. After reading the negative reviews on Amazon I guess I'll hold out for that 40".

http://www.amazon.com/VIZIO-E422AR-42-Inch-Class-Internet/product-reviews/B007TEE966/ref=cm_cr_dp_qt_hist_one?ie=UTF8&filterBy=addOneStar&showViewpoints=0



It's gone!! I don't think it's coming back around *sniff-sniff*

Touch me in the morning!!

dawnny67


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ehh this would only be $99 if they didn't throw in that sweet sweet cable

rydethis


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I've been dreaming about that 40" all day!!!!

Touch me in the morning!!

jayohhh


quality posts: 1 Private Messages jayohhh

I just wanna let everybody know that I bought that 40inch last night..wohooooot..lol

jthom19802


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jayohhh wrote:I just wanna let everybody know that I bought that 40inch last night..wohooooot..lol



Bought two. I win LMAO ;)

rydethis


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jthom19802 wrote:Bought two. I win LMAO ;)



It'd be real funny if they bring that $99 tv back!!! or that phillips 40" for $99

Touch me in the morning!!

jayohhh


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jthom19802 wrote:Bought two. I win LMAO ;)



Hi five!, fistbump...lol

eric98516


quality posts: 0 Private Messages eric98516

What's with all the used teevees? If I want a used teevee, I can get one at the Goodwill store for about 15 bucks.

Clement30


quality posts: 4 Private Messages Clement30

This IS a good deal if you're in the market for a 32" TV. My armoir has exactly 35" of clearance - so it couldn't take the 40" even if I wanted that.

Compare this to the other 32" TV's - and none of the other brands at this price point offer "smart functions", let alone built in Wifi. Best you can do at this price point from all the other cybermonday sales is non-smart.

Though - it really should have been a little cheaper than the tech.woot sale.

I'm in for one. (It'll help us get to the next item.)

RascalMJ


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I got the 26in Phillips earlier. I just need it for in front of my elliptical as I run. I hope it was a good enough deal for that application. Now I just need a cheap wall mount for it.

special72


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Clement30 wrote:This IS a good deal if you're in the market for a 32" TV. My armoir has exactly 35" of clearance - so it couldn't take the 40" even if I wanted that.

Compare this to the other 32" TV's - and none of the other brands at this price point offer "smart functions", let alone built in Wifi. Best you can do at this price point from all the other cybermonday sales is non-smart.

Though - it really should have been a little cheaper than the tech.woot sale.

I'm in for one. (It'll help us get to the next item.)



Basically the reason I was going to grab one...I have space for ~32", but it looks like this model is sketchy.

mobits


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The fact that this is a Vizio makes it a bad deal.

anncarrie


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Convert Netflix Blu-ray to iPad Mini 2, iPad Air on Mac

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daddygorun


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Hey folks, Ordered this on 11/29/2013, never received it. FED EX received shipping label but no package. My VISA was billed 12/1, despite nothing being physically shipped. Be careful what you order, how much cash you lay out, no way to cancel with Woot.com, frustrating as hell.

ROGETRAY


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daddygorun wrote:Hey folks, Ordered this on 11/29/2013, never received it. FED EX received shipping label but no package. My VISA was billed 12/1, despite nothing being physically shipped. Be careful what you order, how much cash you lay out, no way to cancel with Woot.com, frustrating as hell.



Sorry for the late reply to this post.

We're very sorry to hear that you still haven't received your order.

You should have received an email response recently from Woot Member Services.

We've also escalated your post along to Woot Staff to help escalate a resolve.