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New TV for Christmas
09-Dec-2015, 01:52 PM
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Star New TV for Christmas
Hello all, we are new to the forum and a new business in Leyland.

We sell TV brackets at very low prices - we stock from £5.99 up to £18.99 for TVs from 15" to 50" screens, all makes and models.

For example, this bracket will hold a TV with up to a 50" screen weighing no more than 45kgs, it tilts and swivels 180 degrees and we sell it for only £18.99. We have seen similar brackets in stores for over £60 similar to this one


[Image: MA109S-Leyland-Forum.jpg].


You could possibly pay up to 4 times these prices in the main high street stores

Call us on 07541 272216 or 01772 930303
or email us for details

We look forward to meeting you.


David
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09-Dec-2015, 11:33 PM (This post was last modified: 09-Dec-2015 11:34 PM by anacortesdamp.)
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RE: New TV for Christmas
Welcome, David. Your gear looks to very sturdy and well designed.

Unfortunately, a 10,000 mile 3-day round trip that would be needed for us to shop at your business would be a chore. We live on the very north end of Washington State, about 50 miles south of the US/Canada border and 100 miles from both Sea-Tac and Vancouver BC airports. It's about 10 hours flying time to Heathrow.

We've had a 55" JVC flat-screen TV for two years now. It has a plinth mount and sits on a teak TV cabinet in the corner of the living room. The DVR is in there also, along with a storage drawer for DVDs. We're in a place where over-the-air TV is impossible to get, so all our programming comes via cable. Lots of choices, but definitely not cheap.

Good luck with your endeavors.

Frank Damp
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Anacortes, WA, USA
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10-Dec-2015, 09:56 AM
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RE: New TV for Christmas
In these difficult times it takes guts to start a business David, welcome to the forum and the best wishes for your startup business, I don`t live in leyland any more but my family do so I will tell them about your TV bracket product.

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10-Dec-2015, 10:31 AM (This post was last modified: 10-Dec-2015 10:33 AM by Hugel.)
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RE: New TV for Christmas
(09-Dec-2015 11:33 PM)anacortesdamp Wrote:  Welcome, David. Your gear looks to very sturdy and well designed.

Unfortunately, a 10,000 mile 3-day round trip that would be needed for us to shop at your business would be a chore. We live on the very north end of Washington State, about 50 miles south of the US/Canada border and 100 miles from both Sea-Tac and Vancouver BC airports. It's about 10 hours flying time to Heathrow.

We've had a 55" JVC flat-screen TV for two years now. It has a plinth mount and sits on a teak TV cabinet in the corner of the living room. The DVR is in there also, along with a storage drawer for DVDs. We're in a place where over-the-air TV is impossible to get, so all our programming comes via cable. Lots of choices, but definitely not cheap.

Good luck with your endeavors.

Frank Damp
ex-pat Leylander (emigrated in 1968)
Anacortes, WA, USA

(10-Dec-2015 10:31 AM)Hugel Wrote:  
(09-Dec-2015 11:33 PM)anacortesdamp Wrote:  Welcome, David. Your gear looks to very sturdy and well designed.

Unfortunately, a 10,000 mile 3-day round trip that would be needed for us to shop at your business would be a chore. We live on the very north end of Washington State, about 50 miles south of the US/Canada border and 100 miles from both Sea-Tac and Vancouver BC airports. It's about 10 hours flying time to Heathrow.

We've had a 55" JVC flat-screen TV for two years now. It has a plinth mount and sits on a teak TV cabinet in the corner of the living room. The DVR is in there also, along with a storage drawer for DVDs. We're in a place where over-the-air TV is impossible to get, so all our programming comes via cable. Lots of choices, but definitely not cheap.

Good luck with your endeavors.

Frank Damp
ex-pat Leylander (emigrated in 1968)
Anacortes, WA, USA


Hey Frank, many thanks for the reply. Hope the US is the dream for you.

David

(10-Dec-2015 09:56 AM)Dave H Wrote:  In these difficult times it takes guts to start a business David, welcome to the forum and the best wishes for your startup business, I don`t live in leyland any more but my family do so I will tell them about your TV bracket product.

Cool, Thanks Dave
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