Just launched: The Manhattan T3•R Freeview Play 4K Smart Recorder

Posted on Thursday July 11, 2019

Just launched: The Manhattan T3•R Freeview Play 4K Smart Recorder

The brand new Manhattan T3•R 500GB is available now from Currys and Amazon. It will also be available from Argos, John Lewis and Richer Sounds later this month.

Slick, quick and simple to use, the T3-R allows viewers to record, pause and rewind 85 channels of Freeview TV and effortlessly switch to the UK’s favourite catch-up TV players, including iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, My5 and more.

The T3-R's 500GB Hard Drive can store up to 300 hours of recordings, all neatly organised into categories and series. A 1TB version of the T3-R, capable of recording up to 600 hours of programmes, will be available at the start of August.

With an RRP of just £169.99, the T3-R 500GB comes bursting with features:

  • Watch, record, pause and rewind over 85 channels of Freeview TV
  • Enjoy on demand TV from BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, UKTV Play, My5 and more
  • Record two programmes at once and record entire series at the touch of a button
  • The 500GB Hard Drive holds up to 300 hours of recordings
  • Catch up with programmes from the last 7 days straight from the TV Guide*
  • Find, watch and save programmes effortlessly with Featured Picks, Smart Search, your own personal Watchlist and more
  • Bring YouTube and YouTube kids to the biggest screen in the home
  • Lightning-fast performance and support for Ultra HD and HDR**
  • Wi-Fi and simple setup
  • Control your TV’s volume, power and input selection, with Manhattan's stylish Learning Remote***

The T3-R comes backed by Manhattan’s free two-year manufacturer guarantee and UK-based customer support team.

The 1TB version of the T3-R will be available from 31 July with an RRP of £199.99.

Want to discover why we think the T3-R is the ultimate subscription TV experience? Learn more here.


* With supported channels programmes

** With supported apps and compatible TVs

** Some TVs use non-standard signals and may not be supported