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Hisense HE65K55IOUWTS 65 inch 4K tv £679.50 with new code at AO

£679.50 @ ao.com
Great tv at a great price with a HDR 10 bit panel free next day delivery and price match within 7 days of purchase ! Now available at £679.50 thanks to hukd user Herc with code largescreen10 !!! Read More
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5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago
Great tv at a great price with a HDR 10 bit panel free next day delivery and price match within 7 days of purchase !

Now available at £679.50 thanks to hukd user Herc with code largescreen10 !!!
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50 Likes
What's wrong with men these days. If I want a TV I will go and buy one - certinally wouldn't have to clear it with the wife.
16 Likes
I got this for FREE with code GET755 X)
15 Likes
Reading some of the reviews about AO on TrustPilot is a bit scary. Apparently, you can inspect the item for damage, but if you turn it on and then want to return it, they will charge a huge restocking fee (unless the item is actually faulty). Not liking the picture, sound, resolution, etc., is not enough to avoid their restock fee. Compare this with RS, Amazon, or JL, where there is a no quibble returns policy (plus 5 or 6 year warranty with RS or JL). It's available at RS for £799, though they may price match. Amazon has it at £755 now.


Edited By: Zarjaz2000 on Dec 01, 2016 10:30
8 Likes
I've voted hot on the price alone, however Richer Sounds have a 6 year warranty for what's effectively £84. (Priced at £799) if that's helpful to anyone.

Cheers
8 Likes
use largescreen10 to bring it down to 679.50.......I just pulled the trigger!

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4 Likes #1
Extra £20 off with GET20 as well
3 Likes #2
I got this TV yesterday I used Get40 got the TV for £715 very happy with that.
1 Like #3
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!
1 Like #4
1.65% cashback at quidco
banned 1 Like #5
Does anyone know how this differs from the 65M7000 model?
2 Likes #6
Zarjaz2000
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!


Buy it now !

Edited By: MaddiesDaddy on Dec 01, 2016 10:19: Edit
1 Like #7
really want one, but also want 3d enabled.
1 Like #8
only 8bits+frc ?
8 Likes #9
I've voted hot on the price alone, however Richer Sounds have a 6 year warranty for what's effectively £84. (Priced at £799) if that's helpful to anyone.

Cheers
15 Likes #10
Reading some of the reviews about AO on TrustPilot is a bit scary. Apparently, you can inspect the item for damage, but if you turn it on and then want to return it, they will charge a huge restocking fee (unless the item is actually faulty). Not liking the picture, sound, resolution, etc., is not enough to avoid their restock fee. Compare this with RS, Amazon, or JL, where there is a no quibble returns policy (plus 5 or 6 year warranty with RS or JL). It's available at RS for £799, though they may price match. Amazon has it at £755 now.


Edited By: Zarjaz2000 on Dec 01, 2016 10:30
1 Like #11
Zarjaz2000
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!
Thats what I did had it in my basket then stopped myself , Glad I held on 7 days Just have to tell my wife now 8)
1 Like #12
Zarjaz2000
Reading some of the reviews about AO on TrustPilot is a bit scary. Apparently, you can inspect the item for damage, but if you turn it on and then want to return it, they will charge a huge restocking fee (unless the item is actually faulty). Not liking the picture, sound, resolution, etc., is not enough to avoid their restock fee. Compare this with RS, Amazon, or JL, where there is a no quibble returns policy (plus 5 or 6 year warranty with RS or JL). It's available at RS for £799, though they may price match. Amazon has it at £755 now.



True but they do have 9.5 out of ten on TrustPilot with 75,000 reviews and it's not like AO are some backstreet shop if you know what you want then I'm pretty sure your gona be fine
2 Likes #13
Hager
Zarjaz2000
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!
Thats what I did had it in my basket then stopped myself , Glad I held on 7 days Just have to tell my wife now 8)

You and me both! Getting annoyed that she's not texted back to give the go ahead...and wondering how long I'll wait before I risk going for it and getting it in the neck later! She told me last week that the 55" LG we have is already too big for the living room!
1 Like #14
Zarjaz2000
Reading some of the reviews about AO on TrustPilot is a bit scary. Apparently, you can inspect the item for damage, but if you turn it on and then want to return it, they will charge a huge restocking fee (unless the item is actually faulty). Not liking the picture, sound, resolution, etc., is not enough to avoid their restock fee. Compare this with RS, Amazon, or JL, where there is a no quibble returns policy (plus 5 or 6 year warranty with RS or JL). It's available at RS for £799, though they may price match. Amazon has it at £755 now.



Exactly. Restocking fees for 14 days returns are illegal, but AO still charge them. Quite amazing really. Definitely a company to avoid.
#15
I want this TV but not a fan of AO although having said that I have bought a TV from their returns shop and it was fine......could really do with the added warranty......damn it! If anyone has any look with price matching let me know as I think JL do this tv too......

Edited By: Herc on Dec 01, 2016 10:41
3 Likes #16
Why do Hisense insist on putting the feet so far apart on their tv's.
3 Likes #17
MaddiesDaddy
..if you know what you want then I'm pretty sure your gona be fine
That's rather a blasé attitude, if I may say so. The law says that a consumer is entitled to inspect a mail order product, in his home, for up to 14 days before returning it for a full refund if unsatisfied. How can you be certain you will be satisfied with your purchase without having inspected it?
#18
Isn't this 8 bit?
3 Likes #19
Called RS - they won't price match because the warranty is not at least 5 years. JL have it at £899 now. So, it's either buy it from RS for £799, or AO for £715 with a 2 year warranty (Hisense give an extra year when you register online), or Amazon for £755 and pay for their extended warranty at £114 for 4 years).

Edited By: Zarjaz2000 on Dec 01, 2016 10:54
1 Like #20
steve_b21
Isn't this 8 bit?
No. 10bit.
#21
qwerta369
MaddiesDaddy
..if you know what you want then I'm pretty sure your gona be fine
That's rather a blasé attitude, if I may say so. The law says that a consumer is entitled to inspect a mail order product, in his home, for up to 14 days before returning it for a full refund if unsatisfied. How can you be certain you will be satisfied with your purchase without having inspected it?


I knew I wanted the tv so nothing competes for me for the size and ability to play HDR Xbox games but thanks anyway !!
1 Like #22
We bought 65 inch 2 years ago, stunning picture.
1 Like #23
amazing tv i have the 58"
#24
MaddiesDaddy
qwerta369
MaddiesDaddy
..if you know what you want then I'm pretty sure your gona be fine
That's rather a blasé attitude, if I may say so. The law says that a consumer is entitled to inspect a mail order product, in his home, for up to 14 days before returning it for a full refund if unsatisfied. How can you be certain you will be satisfied with your purchase without having inspected it?
I knew I wanted the tv so nothing competes for me for the size and ability to play HDR Xbox games but thanks anyway !!
So it has the specs you require, but what if the quality was unsatisfactory? Buying from AO would mean that if you were to legitimately return the unsatisfactory product within 14 days of receipt, AO would illegally withhold some of your refund, calling it a "restocking fee".
3 Likes #25
Oh well. That's it done. Delivery next week. Wife's gonna kill me.

I take the point about being able to inspect it and return it free under Distance Selling Regulations. Luckily, I paid for the home legal cover on our house insurance, and they cover exactly this type of legal situation! So if I need to return it because it's not up to scratch, and they try to fob me off with a restocking charge, I can let the lawyers get involved!

From the reviews, it shouldn't come to that unless I get a faulty panel.

Fingers crossed!
4 Likes #26
RAFAVDV
Why do Hisense insist on putting the feet so far apart on their tv's.

Because they own alphason? ;)
#27
qwerta369
MaddiesDaddy
qwerta369
MaddiesDaddy
..if you know what you want then I'm pretty sure your gona be fine
That's rather a blasé attitude, if I may say so. The law says that a consumer is entitled to inspect a mail order product, in his home, for up to 14 days before returning it for a full refund if unsatisfied. How can you be certain you will be satisfied with your purchase without having inspected it?
I knew I wanted the tv so nothing competes for me for the size and ability to play HDR Xbox games but thanks anyway !!
So it has the specs you require, but what if the quality was unsatisfactory? Buying from AO would mean that if you were to legitimately return the unsatisfactory product within 14 days of receipt, AO would illegally withhold some of your refund, calling it a "restocking fee".


Sorry I'm not sure but I have to go now I'm going to play some Xbox games on my new tv !

Edited By: MaddiesDaddy on Dec 01, 2016 11:16: Edit
1 Like #28
ordered really good deal not as good as the 7000 model but best value for money out there currently :D
#29
Can someone please tell me if this has Netflix 4K, Freeview Play and NowTV built in?
2 Likes #30
Zarjaz2000
steve_b21
Isn't this 8 bit?
No. 10bit.
source ?

this says 8bit+frc which is not true 10bit
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/6f565f4

Edited By: powerbrick on Dec 01, 2016 11:54
#31
Agree about earlier comments regarding AO's outrageous re-stocking fees. I personally wouldn't buy something like a TV from them. But heat added for the price.
1 Like #32
Zarjaz2000

You and me both! Getting annoyed that she's not texted back to give the go ahead...and wondering how long I'll wait before I risk going for it and getting it in the neck later! She told me last week that the 55" LG we have is already too big for the living room!

Go ahead and deal with the consequences. I hit her with the bomb shell of the old TV (59") going on the rear wall. That threw her a little so softened the blow for me haha :D

Edited By: ZararIqbal on Dec 01, 2016 12:00
1 Like #33
Proxish
Can someone please tell me if this has Netflix 4K, Freeview Play and NowTV built in?

If it's the same as the ULED versions it definately doesn't have Nowtv. It has Netflix, Amazon prime, also Plex.
1 Like #34
Zarjaz2000
Hager
Zarjaz2000
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!
Thats what I did had it in my basket then stopped myself , Glad I held on 7 days Just have to tell my wife now 8)
You and me both! Getting annoyed that she's not texted back to give the go ahead...and wondering how long I'll wait before I risk going for it and getting it in the neck later! She told me last week that the 55" LG we have is already too big for the living room!
Tell her "size matters".
#35
nabbers25
really want one, but also want 3d enabled.


im same but apparently 3D is phasing out so ill have go for 4k smart
#36
UltimatePhoenix
nabbers25
really want one, but also want 3d enabled.
im same but apparently 3D is phasing out so ill have go for 4k smart
they keep saying that, but they keep releasing films in 3d so don't believe that for a second
3 Likes #37
shauneco
Zarjaz2000
Hager
Zarjaz2000
Tell me why I shouldn't buy this now? I was going to buy it last week at £799, but stopped myself!
Thats what I did had it in my basket then stopped myself , Glad I held on 7 days Just have to tell my wife now 8)
You and me both! Getting annoyed that she's not texted back to give the go ahead...and wondering how long I'll wait before I risk going for it and getting it in the neck later! She told me last week that the 55" LG we have is already too big for the living room!
Tell her "size matters".

She said she was perfectly happy with my 55 inches!
#38
Zarjaz2000
Reading some of the reviews about AO on TrustPilot is a bit scary. Apparently, you can inspect the item for damage, but if you turn it on and then want to return it, they will charge a huge restocking fee (unless the item is actually faulty). Not liking the picture, sound, resolution, etc., is not enough to avoid their restock fee. Compare this with RS, Amazon, or JL, where there is a no quibble returns policy (plus 5 or 6 year warranty with RS or JL). It's available at RS for £799, though they may price match. Amazon has it at £755 now.



Complete agree. Doubt they will price match due to it not being like for like (warranty).
#39
Huge amount of TV for the money and a 10 bit panel
1 Like #40
powerbrick
Zarjaz2000
steve_b21
Isn't this 8 bit?
No. 10bit.
source ?

this says 8bit+frc which is not true 10bit
http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/6f565f4

On the owners' group on AVForums, someone emailed HISENSE to ask, and there's an email back to confirm. Not absolute proof, I know...

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