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Our television sets have been getting much more use than normal: from marathon movie nights to streaming latest series episodes and, of course, catch-up on PE with Joe Wicks.
But so much use might have alerted you to the fact that a new television might really upgrade your relaxation sessions or just your general enjoyment of downtime.
Good televisions don’t come cheap though, so making the decision to treat yourself can feel like a stretch unless your current set is broken.
However, there is one TV that will not only magnify your enjoyment but also feel easy on the purse strings: this 39-inch JCT TV is currently £199, down from £279 — that’s a pretty respectable £80 off.
The built-in Freeview HD tuner lets you stay up to date with your favourite series from the likes of the BBC and ITV without signing up for a subscription.
And, don't worry if you miss that new episode the night it airs, Freeview Play lets you scroll up to one week back through the TV guide, so you can catch up on all your shows.
Plus, you can check out loads of content on-demand on each channel's app.
Buy it: JVC LT-39C790 39" Smart LED TV | Was £279, Now £199
Twitter and Facebook are also available on the homepage, so you can share your thoughts on the series with your followers - no spoilers, though (please!).
It’s also a great option for the children at the LED screen displays rich colours and sharp contrast for enjoying shows and games, while DTS TruSurround gets you fully immersed.
It’s unsurprising then that set has received a rating of 8.7 out of ten on the Curry’s site, with one happy customer commenting: “Really simple to set up and pretty quick to navigation around”.
While another added: “Really easy to set up and use. Buttons on remote for Amazon Prime, Netflix and YouTube making access really quick and easy.”
As for its faults? One customer wrote “Can't fault this TV at all.”
Finally, a smart TV where all the features are easy to find — there’s nothing worse than only being able to take advantage of 20% of the features.