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John Lewis JL22LCDHD

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Expert reviews and ratings

By RegHardware on 70

The JL22LCDHD may be a tad chunky but its picture performance with both Freeview channels and HD material isn’t half bad and its onscreen menus are attractive and easy to use. If you’re looking for a second set for the bedroom or kitchen...

By CNET UK on 79

The John Lewis JL22 LCD HD won't win any design awards, and the electronic programme guide could be improved, but it still won us over with its above-average picture and sound quality. It's a good option as a second TV for the kitchen or bedroom...

By T3 Magazine on 60

It lacks sonic power, but this is a good value switchover set for small...

By TechRadar on 60

This 22-incher from John Lewis is reasonably styled, with a gloss-black screen surround and a silver rim, but at 19cm deep it's still fairly chunky. The ugly black plastic remote control seems to scream of cost cutting, but it's dead easy to...

By Pocket-lint on 60

Its Full HD panel is a selling point only; there’s no need for it in practice, though it doesn’t prevent Freeview looking - if not sounding - reasonably good. Decent colours and contrast paired with excellent usability and design makes this...

By Whathifi.com on 60

This 22in set isn't about to bring the /Waitrose empire to its knees, but it's hard to see how it will reflect entirely positively on the brand. First impressions aren't great: at 22in it's one of the bigger small screens, but it's...