£20 off your order Sales Line Open Until 7pm Next Day Delivery - Order before 9PM Trade in for up to £300 Cashback

Refurbished Philips 50PFL3807T/12 50" Full HD 1080p LED TV no glassess or batteries - A2/50PFL3807T/12
Quick Find: 1038508

SAVE 42%
Refurbished Philips 50PFL3807T/12 50" Full HD 1080p LED TV no glassess or batteries
Which offer
Sold Out

We're sorry - this product is currently sold out.

Show me all available
Philips TVs

Email Me When Back in Stock

If you would like help finding an alternative model please call us on 01484 319 818 and we'll be happy to help you.

Full HD TV with Digital Crystal Clear for depth and clarity

Digital Crystal Clear is a package of picture innovations that digitally adjusts and optimises picture quality to optimal contrast, colour and sharpness levels. The result is extremely clear pictures from any source.

Brilliant LED images with incredible contrast

The most advanced LED lighting technology in this Full HD LED TV combines an eye-catching minimalistic design with stunning image quality as well as the lowest power consumption in its category. On top of that, LED lighting technology does not contain any hazardous materials. Thus, with LED backlights you can enjoy low power consumption, high brightness, incredible contrast, sharpness and vibrant colours.

2 USB slots for fantastic multimedia playback

Two USB slots give access to jpeg photos, mp3 music and video files from most USB-sticks (USB memory-class device). Plug the USBs into one of the slots on your TV and access the multimedia content using the easy on-screen content browser. You can now view and share your videos, photos and music.

PC input allows you to use your TV as a PC monitor

With PC input you can use your TV as a PC monitor either using a HDMI-DVI cable (for digital signals) or VGA cable (for analogue signals).

  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • A-2/50PFL3807T/12
  • 2 50PFL3807T 12
  • A2 50PFL3807T 1
  • A250PFL3807T12
  • A2 50PFL3807T

Trips Into Space!


Goodbye remote control!


The Drones Have Landed


Step into the Wild