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60" Sony Bravia KDL-60W605B TV £806.50 @ Sony

£806.50 @ Sony UK
Cheaper than Currys use the code to get it at this price (GENGBAFF115) with 5% off I prefer buying direct from the Company who makes the product plus Intrest Free credit option if you don't have that … Read More
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Cheaper than Currys use the code to get it at this price (GENGBAFF115) with 5% off I prefer buying direct from the Company who makes the product plus Intrest Free credit option if you don't have that kind of loose change. Plus free delivery.
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#1
Is it Free. No price in your title.
1 Like #2
Thanks for your deal. I've added the price to your title and the image for you :)
4 Likes #3
rhinopaul
Is it Free. No price in your title.


Yes. It's free
#4
Well finally went for it today ordered and went for the 12 months Intrest free option at £65 a month. Saves me trying to save for it.
#5
What's the actual tv like ? Any information would be appreciated.
#7
Here is the review for the 48" version

http://www.whathifi.com/sony/kdl-48w605b/review
1 Like #8
Get a message saying the site is down for maintenance, and to user the code SORRY236 for 10%, have to use by monday it says, worth a try?
1 Like #9
iv just got the same would make the tv £764
#10
Does anyone no if the 48" is any good? for £450 with the 10% off
#11
http://cdn.meme.li/instances/300x300/57946677.jpg
:p
#12
DEALofaLifetime
http://cdn.meme.li/instances/300x300/57946677.jpg:p

And the HZ and Resolution is good on this TV YA.
#13
Don't know whether to be happy or sad that their is now a 10% discount or whether I should just be pleased that I've got the TV
#14
what is the warranty period?
#15
A bit dear considering it isn't smart or 3d? I know those features don't appeal to everyone but at this price you would expect them wouldn't you?
1 Like #16
would rather get w8 by spending a bit more
#17
Itsabargain69
would rather get w8 by spending a bit more

How much more would it be?
#18
the1C3MAN
Get a message saying the site is down for maintenance, and to user the code SORRY236 for 10%, have to use by monday it says, worth a try?

"This voucher is not valid for one or more items in your basket" :-(
#19
en_ger_land
Does anyone no if the 48" is any good? for £450 with the 10% off


I picked one up from currys about 2 weeks ago. great tv, nice display. interface is a little clumsy for access to settings etc but plenty of scope for fine tuning. the remote also doubles up as a remote for the ps4 which is a neat touch.
#20
Unfortunately we are unable to validate the address that you have provided for your Sony Website order. This means that we will not be able to process your application at this time. We will now return you to the Sony Website website to amend your details.
i became senile or the site is sht
#21
Great TV I would question the sanity of anyone who would go into debt over any television set even if it is interest free.
#22
Do not forget 6% Quidco cashback.
#23
Waste of my bloody time, code doesn't work even though it is supposed to be valid until Monday.
#25
cichlidash
Great TV I would question the sanity of anyone who would go into debt over any television set even if it is interest free.
But it's interest free, so even if you're only getting 1% interest on savings that's £8 a year for nothing assuming setting it up is no hassle. But agree if people can't afford it they should probably be looking for something cheaper.
#26
lonesomepuppet
What's the actual tv like ? Any information would be appreciated.
I have the 48 inch version.Super tv,picture quality excellent.
#27
caseh
en_ger_land
Does anyone no if the 48" is any good? for £450 with the 10% off


I picked one up from currys about 2 weeks ago. great tv, nice display. interface is a little clumsy for access to settings etc but plenty of scope for fine tuning. the remote also doubles up as a remote for the ps4 which is a neat touch.
Also have the 48 inch paid £500 in currys 2 weeks ago,excellent tv and picture quality.
#28
Riskyb it is a Smart TV.
#29
Nboy they even set it up for free £45 for that service in currys.
1 Like #30
Its comin up £764.50 for me through education store. I assume thats 10% off. As im using no codes... It should qualify for quidco too.

Shame I don't need or want it. Try this link...


Clicky


Edited By: DarrylJohn on Jan 11, 2015 09:28: added link
#31
I bought a tv direct from Sony end of October. it was faulty and it took until the end of December to sort out. they have the worst customer service I have ever come across. I am not alone in my issues. look at the official Sony forums. I would save yourself the hassle and buy from a reputable company.
#32
Trevisparky
Riskyb it is a Smart TV.

OK but I still think this is not a smart investment. Better to sacrifice 5" and buy the Samsung 55H6400 and you would pocket some change and a vastly superior telly.

Cold from me.


Edited By: riskyb on Jan 11, 2015 10:36
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caseh
en_ger_land
Does anyone no if the 48" is any good? for £450 with the 10% off


I picked one up from currys about 2 weeks ago. great tv, nice display. interface is a little clumsy for access to settings etc but plenty of scope for fine tuning. the remote also doubles up as a remote for the ps4 which is a neat touch.


Thank you
#34
Riskyb I had a look in Currys at that Samsung TV I thought the picture quality was poor and I thought the Sony was crisper but it's all about opinions my friend.
#35
Is this a smart TV. Thanks
#36
George deals Yes.
#37
As pollarj has said you are taking a risk (in terms of your time and frustration) ordering from these guys.

I received a faulty TV and it has taken me about a month of phone calls and emails to get it picked up for a refund. On the day it was picked up there was additional hassle when two delivery companies called to pick the TV up.

I should have gone to John Lewis instead.
#38
I bought this TV this week, picture quality is brilliant, I set it all up following AVForums guides and it has improved it immensely.
#39
Daaaavvvvveeeee can you share that with us.
#40
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