In a world where technology advances at a swift pace, the television industry has not been left out as LED TVs have slowly but surely pushed its predecessors into oblivion.
They are slimmer, brighter and offer more incredible features that make it more appealing to its users.
The LED technology makes use of small semiconductors, which glow during exposure to electric current. This current flow between LED anodes, which are positively charged electrodes, and LED cathodes, which are negatively charged electrodes.
As the electrons stream across the semiconductor, they create electromagnetic radiation. Some forms of electromagnetic radiation can take the form of visible light.
The light that that is created in an LED can be of any colour and can be ultraviolet or infrared. This colour depends on the material used to produce the semiconductor and the current run through it.
Tiny LEDs have successfully replaced the tubes that light up LCD HDTVs to make thinner televisions.
With the tendency of Nigerians to jump on any new technological trend, it is not surprising to see LED TVs in our homes, offices and even religious centres.
With top television brands jumping on the LED bandwagon, TV enthusiasts and customers are spoiled with a wide range of options to choose from.
The stiff completion among television brands in the Nigerian market has made buying decisions for customers a very daunting task.
TV users look forward to a number of things and factors which can influence the choice of brand to go for.
They range from unique features to durability as well as pocket-friendliness; customers deserve a product that will not disappoint.
It is in this light of this that we recommend the LG brand when going for LED TVs in Nigeria.
LG, an acronym for ‘Life’s Good’ is a South Korean multinational electronics company headquartered in Seoul, South Korea.
Established over 60 years ago, LG has over the years built a stellar reputation in the delivery of quality products for home entertainment, mobile communications, home appliances as well as air and vehicle solutions.
LG boasts of being the world’s second-largest LED television manufacturer with over 128 operations worldwide.
Besides, the LG brand enjoys high consumer acceptance worldwide. LG thrives on its promise of making life better and comfortable for its customers as its LED TVs offers revolutionary energy efficiency and sleek, ultra-slim design.
LG TVs also guarantees its users maximum picture quality and minimum power consumption. If you want to be perceived as classy and trendy, then, LG LED TVs are the sure banker option.
LG LED TVs comes in a wide range of sizes from as small as 19 inches all the way to 98 inches. However, in this post, we will focus more on the prices of the 22 inches and 32 inches models.
This is because they seem to be the more popular range of LED TVs. Nigerians tend to go for as these sizes are more compact and are suitable for almost every environment, including living rooms, bedrooms, offices, hotels, and so on.
In this post, we take a critical review of the LG 22 inch LED TV as well as its larger 32-inch counterpart as well as its current prices in the Nigerian market today.
Besides, LG 22-inch LED TVs are available in various types and models. Here are the prices of some the prominent LG 22-inch LED TVs making the rounds in the Nigerian market today.
LG 22-inch LED TV
₦35,000 – ₦45,000
₦40,000 – ₦44,000
₦36,000 – ₦45,000
₦38,000 – ₦43,000
₦38,000 – ₦46,000
₦40,000 – ₦55,000
Prices of LG 32-inch LED TV in Nigeria.
Alongside its 22 inch counterpart, LG 32-inch LED TVs are among the most sought after LG TVs. They are not too small or too big. They are considered as a perfect fit for living rooms, bedrooms and a host of other environments.
LG 32-inch LED TVs boasts of amazing features like the HDMI function, VGA, USB and energy-saving features.
Listed below are the prices of some prominent LG 32-inch LED TVs making the rounds in the Nigerian market today.
LG 32 inch Full HD LED TV (32LB53): ₦70,000 – ₦80,000
LG 32 inch LED TV (32LF52): ₦55,000 – ₦60,000
32-inch Full Digital LED TV (32LF54): ₦60,000 – ₦65,000
Where to buy LG LED TV in Nigeria
LG LED TVs can be purchased directly from the manufacturer as well as accredited distributors nationwide. Fouani Nigeria Ltd is the main distributor of LG electronics products in Nigeria. Listed below, are a few prominent LG stores and showrooms in Nigeria
1.LG Victoria Island Showroom
Address: 21B Akin Adesola Street, Victoria Island, Lagos
2.LG Surulere Showroom
Address:98 Bode Thomas Road, Surulere, Lagos
3. LG Allen Avenue, Ikeja Showroom
Address: 17/19, Oshopey Plaza, Allen Avenue, Ikeja, Lagos
4. LG Ikoyi Showroom
Address: 86, Awolowo Road, Ikoyi, Lagos
5. LG Apapa Showroom
Address: 11/13 Warehouse Road, Apapa, Lagos
6. LG Festac Showroom
Address: 11/13 Royal Plaza, 23 Road, Festac Town, Lagos
7. LG Port Harcourt Showroom 1
Address: Plot 268, Off Trans-Amadi Industrial Layout, Port Harcourt
8. LG Port Harcourt Showroom 2
Address: 17, Aba Road, Port Harcourt
9. LG Kano Showroom:
Address: 8, Sani Abacha Road, Luk80 house, Kano
10. LG Kaduna Showroom:
Address: M1, Ahmadu Bello, Gidan, Bamaiyi, Kaduna
Note that there are a lot more LG dealers and distributors in the country. This list is by no means exhaustive. You can call Fouani group, for more information about LG authorised dealers closest to your location.
You can also buy your preferred model of LG LED TVs from prominent online stores like Konga and Jumia.
Tips on How to Maintain your LED TV
Observing the tips below will assure you of trouble-free viewing enjoyment while using your LED TV:
Ensure you place or mount your LED TV accurately to avoid an accidental fall.
Ensure that your LED TV is in a place with proper ventilation as LED screens generate a lot of heat.
Also, avoid exposure to excessive humidity and spillage or condensation to prevent a case of corrosion of electrical components.
Keep the screen clean with the proper tools. It is advisable to use a small fibre cloth to rid the screen of dust. The use of active cleaning agents and abrasives should be avoided.
Also, use a surge protector
Turn LED TVs off when not in use.
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