Bush is a vintage British brand, renowned for its radios. Since its launch in the early 20th century, the company has been making high-quality and innovative products.
You might have heard the name Bush TVs if you are living in the UK, but do you know who makes Bush TVs? or where are Bush TVs made? Let’s find out the answer!
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Who Makes Bush TVs?
The brand name “Bush” is now acquired by Sainsbury’s (UK’s second-largest chain of supermarkets) and the TVs are now manufactured in Turkey.
Where are Bush TVs Made?
Many third-party manufacturers make Bush TVs. However, a considerable portion of Bush TV sets are produced by Vestel, a prominent Turkish company.
Vestel has a solid reputation in the electronics industry, especially in television production You might be a little confused regarding the origin and history of the brand. Well, let’s dig a bit deeper.
Bush is a vintage British brand, renowned for its radios. Back in the 1930s, Bush Radio was a familiar name in every household.
In 1932, Bush Radio was established. The company started making radios and soon became the most famous manufacturer of radios in the UK.
In 1945, Bush joined the Rank Empire and established a new firm in Plymouth. In 1950, the company launched its famous TV22 series.
In 1978, Rank and Toshiba joined together to make manufacture a new line of TV series under the brand name Rank Toshiba.
However, in 1980, the partnership was canceled and Toshiba took over the control of the company to make its own TVs.
This resulted in a disaster for the Bush brand, as it was never heard again, and the company become defunct.
However, in 1986, the Bush brand name was acquired by Sainsbury’s and now the name is used for their TVs.
A similar company Alba was also acquired by Sainsbury’s, and now both brand names are used for their electronic products sold exclusively on Sainsbury’s and Argos.
Are Bush TVs Good?
In my opinion, No! Bush TVs are not good.
Although they are known as budget televisions, there are superior alternatives in the same price range.
The picture quality is dull, there have been complaints about the sound quality. And there are tons of complaints regarding the remote control.
However, this might not be the case with all of their TVs, but my advice would be to stay away from them. It is sad to see a brand name as vintage and popular as “Bush” being utilized for mediocre products.
Bush was a well-known brand in consumer electronics. The brand ruled over the UK in terms of radios for around 50 years, and they were second to none.
However, after the company defunct in 1980, the brand name has not been the same as it used to be.
Currently, Sainsbury’s gets its TVs from different ODM companies in Turkey and sells them under the brand name “Bush TVs”.
They also sell other electronic items under the same brand name on their platform, as well as on Argos.
Bush TVs do offer a wide range of TVs from 19 inches LED TVs to 55-inch 4k UHD TVs. You can buy them from any Sainsbury’s store or from Argos online.
I think now you know that it is not the same old Bush Brand, that we have heard so much about from our grandparents.
Nowadays, it is just a private label used by a company to sell their TVs. That’s a wrap for today.