Easy to use and reliable VCR

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  1. navito

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    Help me out here please people.

    I have to buy a replacement VCR for my 80-year old grandmother. It needs to be easy to use, very easy remote, easy to record programmes etc, and it needs to be reliable. Picture quality needs to be reasonable, but it doesn't necessarily have to be the very best. Wouldn't want to pay the earth either, but could probably afford up to £200.

    Any suggestions?

    Many thanks

    Chris
     
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    You can get VCR's from £33. I certainly would not spend £200, that's DVDR money.
    Richersounds have the LG LV 720 NICAM / Hi-Fi for £60. The LV 720 is quite a good machine. Check out the reviews for the LV 810, same machine but with Video Plus.
     

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