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Sinclair sought for many years to create a truly pocketable television. Although he made significant advances towards this goal in the 1960s and 1970s, it was not until 1984 that the technology (and his own resources) had developed sufficiently for him to succeed.

Sinclair's Microvision and TV80 (aka FTV) sold modestly well, shifting several tens of thousands of units. Because of this, Sinclair pocket TVs are not too difficult to find today.

Please note that items offered for sale through eBay are usually second-hand and sold without any guarantees of any sort. They may well be sold without packaging or instructions, and may not even work at all. If you have any queries about an item being auctioned, please contact the seller. Planet Sinclair cannot take any responsibility for your transactions on eBay. Always ensure that you know what you are buying!

Televisions
Production Date
Rarity
Value *
     
Microvision
(TV1A/1B/1C/1D)
1976-78 Uncommon £30-£120 [BUY] [SELL] [INFO]
TV80 (FTV) 1984 Uncommon £20-£50 [BUY] [SELL] [INFO]

* Note: this is a rough estimate based on the typical sale value of the item on eBay. The actual purchase or resale value may differ significantly.


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