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Hisense 55M7000 @ John Lewis for £699.00

£699.00 @ John Lewis
Just come down on price excellent TV Read More
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7m, 6d agoFound 7 months, 6 days ago
Just come down on price excellent TV
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#1
Same price at richersounds with 6 year warranty
1 Like #2
For this price, you could get a 65'.
#3
Yes, but not a m7000 series tv.
11 Likes #4
sammboy
For this price, you could get a 65'.
I could also get a bigger bottle of white lightning for the price of a bottle of nice wine.
#5
Really tempted to get this TV to replace my old 50 inch Panasonic G20. Does anyone think it will drop in price anymore?
#6
millward84
Really tempted to get this TV to replace my old 50 inch Panasonic G20. Does anyone think it will drop in price anymore?
This close to the January sales i'd be more tempted to wait and see what deals appear tbh.
#7
Scotsmania
millward84
Really tempted to get this TV to replace my old 50 inch Panasonic G20. Does anyone think it will drop in price anymore?
This close to the January sales i'd be more tempted to wait and see what deals appear tbh.

I agree its probably best to wait but i doubt it will go down much further its already a bargain ! what may happen is the samsung ks7000 may come down to this level which would then pose the question whether its better to buy the better known branded version or save abit of money and go with the hisense. Undecided myself i'm also looking for a new tv and will be waiting for the sale to make my final decision.
#8
Advertised as 10 bit hdr... does this mean this is full hdr? I don't really understand the nits part
#9
Nice deal, voted hot.

Really hope the 65" drops to this price around Boxing Day...
1 Like #10
Proxish
Nice deal, voted hot.

Really hope the 65" drops to this price around Boxing Day...


Keep hoping and wishing because it's not happening.
#11
Had for 6 months and it's fantastic for the money.
#12
dwattsy21
Advertised as 10 bit hdr... does this mean this is full hdr? I don't really understand the nits part

Not UHD Premium Certified. Would you notice though?
1 Like #13
SpamJavelin
dwattsy21
Advertised as 10 bit hdr... does this mean this is full hdr? I don't really understand the nits part
Not UHD Premium Certified. Would you notice though?
I think it's about 400 nits which doesn't hit the 1000 nits of the Samuel ks7000 but I've been following the threads on avforums of the Samsung and I can't believe the problems people are having with it, so this looks very tempting. Good review on avforums of the 65" version worth a read! Heat
By the way just to put a spanner in the works HDR just got a bit more complicated as broadcasted HDR seems will have to support HLG hybrid log gamma, so perhaps more than just how bright a tv can get!

Edited By: Jaybeam on Dec 18, 2016 16:56
1 Like #14
anyone know the measurements of the feet stand and can they be adjusted.
#15
Jaybeam
SpamJavelin
dwattsy21
Advertised as 10 bit hdr... does this mean this is full hdr? I don't really understand the nits part
Not UHD Premium Certified. Would you notice though?
I think it's about 400 nits which doesn't hit the 1000 nits of the Samuel ks7000 but I've been following the threads on avforums of the Samsung and I can't believe the problems people are having with it, so this looks very tempting. Good review on avforums of the 65" version worth a read! Heat
By the way just to put a spanner in the works HDR just got a bit more complicated as broadcasted HDR seems will have to support HLG hybrid log gamma, so perhaps more than just how bright a tv can get!

So much going on, OLED, HDR10, Dolby Vision and now HLG. Might just get this and wait for a few years til the dust has settled.
2 Likes #16
dwattsy21
Advertised as 10 bit hdr... does this mean this is full hdr? I don't really understand the nits part


It usually means your head's itchy

Edited By: dadofdaisy on Dec 18, 2016 18:34: Spelling
#18
#19

LOL, thanks..
Hinsense 55m7000 review on which = 43% listed as a Don't Buy
Samsung 55ku6400 review on which = 72% listed as a Best Buy.
Just trying to help.
1 Like #20
I'd have the Hisense over the Samsung
1 Like #21
jonet
LOL, thanks..
Hinsense 55m7000 review on which = 43% listed as a Don't Buy
Samsung 55ku6400 review on which = 72% listed as a Best Buy.
Just trying to help.
I wouldn't take any notice of what "which" says : look at avforums or trusted review e.c.t.
1 Like #22
Currently the best TV £700 can buy, I'm waiting for boxing day though, hoping the 65 drops below £900
#23
Just purchased from JL FOR £629
#24
golfer18
Just purchased from JL FOR £629

How did you go about that?
#25
dawsonz
golfer18
Just purchased from JL FOR £629
How did you go about that?

Emailed them and asked if they would price match cramptonandmoore ( they are selling for £699 - 10% off with code TV10 ) JL happy to match the price 8)
#26
golfer18
dawsonz
golfer18
Just purchased from JL FOR £629
How did you go about that?
Emailed them and asked if they would price match cramptonandmoore ( they are selling for £699 - 10% off with code TV10 ) JL happy to match the price 8)

On that right now, thank you!
#27
dawsonz
golfer18
Emailed them and asked if they would price match cramptonandmoore ( they are selling for £699 - 10% off with code TV10 ) JL happy to match the price 8)
On that right now, thank you!

JL tried to bat away my price match request claiming:

As the voucher code of 'TV10' is not publicly available to view on our competitors website, nor is it published alongside the product at the point of purchase, we cannot agree to take this into account. If you would like to read more on our Never Knowingly Undersold Policy, you can do so on our website.

I sent them (again) the URL and a screenshot showing both the code and the TV on the same page, awaiting a response.
#28
Phnarr
dawsonz
golfer18
Emailed them and asked if they would price match cramptonandmoore ( they are selling for £699 - 10% off with code TV10 ) JL happy to match the price 8)
On that right now, thank you!
JL tried to bat away my price match request claiming:
As the voucher code of 'TV10' is not publicly available to view on our competitors website, nor is it published alongside the product at the point of purchase, we cannot agree to take this into account. If you would like to read more on our Never Knowingly Undersold Policy, you can do so on our website.
I sent them (again) the URL and a screenshot showing both the code and the TV on the same page, awaiting a response.

I sent the link to the page with offer saying 10% off, i'll report back with what they say on here.
#29
dawsonz
I sent the link to the page with offer saying 10% off, i'll report back with what they say on here.

They just responded - I'm on for a £629.10 price match - they apologised for their colleague overlooking the publicly available offer :-)
#30
Phnarr
dawsonz
I sent the link to the page with offer saying 10% off, i'll report back with what they say on here.
They just responded - I'm on for a £629.10 price match - they apologised for their colleague overlooking the publicly available offer :-)

That's a fantastic price with a 5 year warranty!

Still waiting to hear back from them currently.
#31
Just got a reply from them saying it's £699, have sent a screenshot like you did just to support my price match request.
#32
Got price match from JL within 30 minutes :) does anyone which sound bar can go with this ? thanks
#33
Same here, JL happy to match 629. Question is this one or Samsung ks7000 for £899?

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