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60" Sony bravia w605 1080p LED tv £849.00 @ Currys

£849.00 @ Currys
saw this on an advert and thought was fairly good deal for this size and price Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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saw this on an advert and thought was fairly good deal for this size and price

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#1
This could be getting bought! :)
#2
wow!!!
#3
If there was a free 5 year guarantee with this I would of been buying
1 Like #4
There's £50 off at currys on O2 priority if that's any use.
#5
Don't think it's quite big enough, it's going to look like a postage stamp on my wall ! COLD
#6
Nice deal :P
#7
looks good. shame not 3d. would prefer to buy from a different retailer and get a better warranty.
1 Like #8
Coventryloyal
Don't think it's quite big enough, it's going to look like a postage stamp on my wall ! COLD


Why would you get an awesome TV like this then have the queens head as a screen saver!
#9
Wow that is a lot of tv for the money
#10
I may be wrong but I have been informed by a relative who writes Software that these "Smart" Televisions are being sold off as the Company writing the Software has gone bust and that "Fixes" etc. will not happen.
#11
Apparently this has some backlight ugliness. unsurprisingly since its a very large size screen. I could never justify a TV this size unless I wish to have a home theater which will be never.
#12
Still voted hot though
#13
Surely a 60" TV has got to be boardering on the edges of chavland.

Edited By: blakester on Dec 13, 2014 09:57
#14
I love my 60. It gills my chimney breast lovely and I'm not at all "chavy". This is a lot of TV for the money. I paid almost 2k for mine!
1 Like #15
Lurker83
I love my 60. It gills my chimney breast lovely and I'm not at all "chavy". This is a lot of TV for the money. I paid almost 2k for mine!
2K? Wow. No 4K?
#16
been looking for a Sony to replace my 37" bravia I bought from John Lewis about 8 years ago. I would ideally prefer a w7 or w8 for 3D but just too expensive at the moment.
#17
No 3D. Still a good price if you don't want 3D.
#18
Hot for not being part of the 4K nonsense.
#19
I have a Sony url55w905 and its the best tv I have ever had. far superior to my Samsung.
#20
kdl rather.
#21
Voted HOT! I just brought a 50 inch sony W8 from John Lewis , I was cosidering a 55' but I am sure 50" is plenty .
60 " inch sony for £850 bargain!! Concerning currys ? I saw an advert yesterday on TV and it said in small wording next to tv that a 5 year guarantee ?
Do they give you a 5 year guarantee with TVs , I could have saved some money via currys
#22
Looked at this TV the last time it was on offer. It's fine if you're going to put it on a TV cabinet. However, the lower part of the TV is very thick (there's a huge 'power bulge' sticking out the back!) and this would make it stick out quite far, if you wanted to wall-mount it.

Cheers,


...Nick B
#23
5 year guarantee not really needed. if your tv fails you can make a claim under the sale of goods act. fairly straightforward. not as straight forward as a warranty claim but not the end of the world.
#24
stuartwilson754365
5 year guarantee not really needed. if your tv fails you can make a claim under the sale of goods act. fairly straightforward. not as straight forward as a warranty claim but not the end of the world.

True but depends on where you buy it, many moons ago I got a TV from direct tvs (laptops direct), advertised with picture in picture. After finding out it did not have pip I tried to return they blamed the manufacture for providing wrong spec, advised they dont make enough money selling the set to resolve. I was told if I wanted my money back I would have to go small claims court! At the time I didnt have the time to sort out small claims, I imagine they would have resolved had the got a court date.

Edited By: McHotpoon on Dec 13, 2014 11:35
#25
stuartwilson754365
5 year guarantee not really needed. if your tv fails you can make a claim under the sale of goods act. fairly straightforward. not as straight forward as a warranty claim but not the end of the world.

I thought the legislation was ambiguous. In theory an item should function fault-free for up to 6 years, but it can be difficult to enforce this. I can't imagine Currys getting your TV repaired or replaced if it goes wrong under the Sale of Goods Act without a strong fight from them, particularly if you've had it a few years.
#26
Would have bought this if this price was available a month ago..
1 Like #27
Hot for no 4k or 3d gimmicks.
#28
stuartwilson754365
5 year guarantee not really needed. if your tv fails you can make a claim under the sale of goods act. fairly straightforward. not as straight forward as a warranty claim but not the end of the world.

Sadly, if the TV fails in the 13th month as my last TV bought from Currys did then the SoGA means nothing.

Edited By: matedodgy on Dec 13, 2014 12:17
#29
mwf28
Voted HOT! I just brought a 50 inch sony W8 from John Lewis , I was cosidering a 55' but I am sure 50" is plenty .
60 " inch sony for £850 bargain!! Concerning currys ? I saw an advert yesterday on TV and it said in small wording next to tv that a 5 year guarantee ?
Do they give you a 5 year guarantee with TVs , I could have saved some money via currys
how much did you pay for your 50" w8?
#30
Do any of you know the dimensions of the stand that comes with this? many thanks
#31
I've a W7 ...It woz faulty when i bought it, hope you view this post Sony ....my tv was in mint external condition I sent it back to be repaired to them . They told be it couldnt be fixed so sending me out a NEW tv ... what turned up at the door was a refurbished tv with a whooping scratch that covered half the screen. .... never trust their warranty terms becasuse it means ****! ....You never get a new one if it goes wrong! ....

So I complained about the rubbish they sent me and threatened to express my feelings across the social network
, Here I am!! :)

They is now escalating my claim to higher for a decision, surprise surprise their computer systems went faulty and had to escalating the claim. should hear by Monday

so keep ya posted if they give me a new tv
all the refurbs are **** it's not acceptable since I payed all my cash for a new expensive tv and looked after it and they send me something thats be abused as a replacement under warranty whn the new tv they sold me was faulty in the first place.
#32
Yes plz santa! :)
#33
How is this one for gaming can anyone pls let me know asap? Really thinking about picking this up!
#34
riskyb
Hot for no 4k or 3d gimmicks.

I know there are very few 4k programmes out there at the moment but if you see a 4K demo the picture is stunning. I I haven't bought a 4k TV because they are currently too expensive but I wouldn't knock the technology. 4K is certainly better than 1080p in terms of clarity and definition, especially on larger screens such as this one.
#35
dinealone
How is this one for gaming can anyone pls let me know asap? Really thinking about picking this up!
the w705 is probably better for gaming and have just seen this one http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-dvd-blu-ray/televisions/large-screen-tvs-32-and-over/sony-bravia-kdl50w705bbu-smart-50-led-tv-10023877-pdt.html it has 22ms gaming lag but not sure about w605
#36
That's only 50" though :(
#37
il_capo
I know there are very few 4k programmes out there at the moment but if you see a 4K demo the picture is stunning.
Demos tend to be high bit rate to show off the potential and are a marketing tool. In reality the limited 4K programming available very likely will not match it.
1 Like #38
regarding the whole 4k debate, I have had my 1080p tv for long enough now and I still feel there is not enough tv being streamed in full HD if any at all. as I understand, sky only have 720p anyway so if they still don't have 1080 after so long then why invest in a 4k tv that won't be introduced to us for an unspecified time. for those people who will now say there is 4k content (house of cards, breaking bad), ask yourself how many times you can watch Frank Underwood talk to himself for hours just cause you can see more of his wrinkles. for the sake of paying double the cost for a tv, I personally don't think it is worth it
#39
Agreed that demos are marketing exercises, but they do show the potential of the technology. And the TVs do upscale signal. Maybe my eyes deceived me in the shops but the picture on the larger screen 4k TVs looked better showing the same images as the 1080p screens. I opted for a Samsung 55" 1080p TV because it was much cheaper at £649, but if I've had a few hundred more I'd have one for 4k. Sky HD channels are 1080 now, aren't they? And they're releasing 4k boxes next year. Is there any doubt that TVs in 10 years time will be 4k or 8k rather than 1080p?
#40
il_capo
Agreed that demos are marketing exercises, but they do show the potential of the technology. And the TVs do upscale signal. Maybe my eyes deceived me in the shops but the picture on the larger screen 4k TVs looked better showing the same images as the 1080p screens. I opted for a Samsung 55" 1080p TV because it was much cheaper at £649, but if I've had a few hundred more I'd have one for 4k. Sky HD channels are 1080 now, aren't they? And they're releasing 4k boxes next year. Is there any doubt that TVs in 10 years time will be 4k or 8k rather than 1080p?

which samsung was that?

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