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LG OLED65B6V 65 Inch 4K OLED TV & HDMI Cable - £2,600.00 @ Costco

£2600.00 @ costco
Seen lots of offers for the 55" LG B6V but this seems to be the best price for the 65" LG B6V; £100 cheaper than anything else I could find. Comes with a 5 year warranty, the SkyQ offer and great cust… Read More
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Seen lots of offers for the 55" LG B6V but this seems to be the best price for the 65" LG B6V; £100 cheaper than anything else I could find. Comes with a 5 year warranty, the SkyQ offer and great customer service, including a 90 days return policy.

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#1
is that including vat?
#2
dodgy72
is that including vat?

Yea
#3
Yes, includes VAT and standard delivery.
#4
That is a great price for this TV
#5
nice price
13 Likes #6
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??
10 Likes #7
SaltyCDogg
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??

To be honest not really, if you want a really HD, like super HD Hdmi cable currys have some really good Sandstrom ones for about £80.00, it would darude not to at that price..
3 Likes #8
80 for a hdmi cable??? I can tell COMET sold you guys some AMAZING gold plated monster cables back in the day. Nice TV
2 Likes #9
mcguire85
80 for a hdmi cable??? I can tell COMET sold you guys some AMAZING gold plated monster cables back in the day. Nice TV


Did you not get the joke ? oO
#10
hot
1 Like #11
mcguire85
80 for a hdmi cable??? I can tell COMET sold you guys some AMAZING gold plated monster cables back in the day. Nice TV


they once sold me a £50 power surge extension lead ..said i need it incase my tv explodes oO
1 Like #12
£1000 out my price range. Wait until April when LG series 7 OLEDs are on sale these will drop more
1 Like #13
*Sloman*
£1000 out my price range. Wait until April when LG series 7 OLEDs are on sale these will drop more
My fear is that these companies are so much better at managing inventory that by the time the new ones come out there are not.many 2016 models in the channel.

Try and find a 55" Samsung KS7000 for instance, all gone or back to launch day prices.
1 Like #14
evilhomeruk
*Sloman*
£1000 out my price range. Wait until April when LG series 7 OLEDs are on sale these will drop more
My fear is that these companies are so much better at managing inventory that by the time the new ones come out there are not.many 2016 models in the channel.
Try and find a 55" Samsung KS7000 for instance, all gone or back to launch day prices.

RS have it for £1049 which is a far cry from the £1600 it was during the summer

http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55ks7000/sams-ue55ks7000
#15
youldyboy
SaltyCDogg
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??

To be honest not really, if you want a really HD, like super HD Hdmi cable currys have some really good Sandstrom ones for about £80.00, it would darude not to at that price..


Another one that falls for the hdmi marketing gimmicks. Never buy an expensive Hdmi cable.. Hdmi is hdmi it sends the same signal regardless.

Shops use a technique were they compare picture qualitys by putting a non hdmi picture ln one screen to fool you that a 'premium' hdmi produces a better picture

Edited By: AntC on Jan 21, 2017 11:10: .
4 Likes #16
AntC
youldyboy
SaltyCDogg
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??

To be honest not really, if you want a really HD, like super HD Hdmi cable currys have some really good Sandstrom ones for about £80.00, it would darude not to at that price..


Another one that falls for the hdmi marketing gimmicks. Never buy an expensive Hdmi cable.. Hdmi is hdmi it sends the same signal regardless.

Shops use a technique were they compare picture qualitys by putting a non hdmi picture ln one screen to fool you that a 'premium' hdmi produces a better picture


He was joking. Darude - Sandstorm!! Come on guys, is it really so hard to tell when someone is clearly being sarcastic?

Who sits on Hot UK Deals and buys an 80 quid HDMI cable? Exactly....none
#17
Is this the best TV for this money?
2 Likes #18
AntC
youldyboy
SaltyCDogg
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??
To be honest not really, if you want a really HD, like super HD Hdmi cable currys have some really good Sandstrom ones for about £80.00, it would darude not to at that price..
Another one that falls for the hdmi marketing gimmicks. Never buy an expensive Hdmi cable.. Hdmi is hdmi it sends the same signal regardless.
Shops use a technique were they compare picture qualitys by putting a non hdmi picture ln one screen to fool you that a 'premium' hdmi produces a better picture

Not quite, you do get high speed, deep color and ethernet versions as well. I'd look for build quality as well because if they short internally you can kill a hdmi socket as the little **** have zero protection on them. Hot swapping can seriously damage you hdmi ports too.

When you're running longer cables such as 10-30 metres then you obviously need better shielding as it increases the chance of siginal loss (Google hdmi sparkles). Up to 10 metres I don't think you're going to need anything special as long as it supports the standards you need.

It's buyer beware as if you buy a £1 hdmi from poundland which is shorted out due to shoddy QA you're going to wipeout your equipment. I'd recommend buying amazon basics as they're cheap but have good QA compared to some of these cables that come apart in your hand.
1 Like #19
slliw
evilhomeruk
*Sloman*
£1000 out my price range. Wait until April when LG series 7 OLEDs are on sale these will drop more
My fear is that these companies are so much better at managing inventory that by the time the new ones come out there are not.many 2016 models in the channel.
Try and find a 55" Samsung KS7000 for instance, all gone or back to launch day prices.
RS have it for £1049 which is a far cry from the £1600 it was during the summerhttp://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/samsung/ue55ks7000/sams-ue55ks7000

Zactly, was £849 10 days ago.
#20
EmperorRosko
AntC
youldyboy
SaltyCDogg
I'm in the market for a new HDMI cable, is it worth buying this package and selling on the TV??

To be honest not really, if you want a really HD, like super HD Hdmi cable currys have some really good Sandstrom ones for about £80.00, it would darude not to at that price..


Another one that falls for the hdmi marketing gimmicks. Never buy an expensive Hdmi cable.. Hdmi is hdmi it sends the same signal regardless.

Shops use a technique were they compare picture qualitys by putting a non hdmi picture ln one screen to fool you that a 'premium' hdmi produces a better picture


He was joking. Darude - Sandstorm!! Come on guys, is it really so hard to tell when someone is clearly being sarcastic?

Who sits on Hot UK Deals and buys an 80 quid HDMI cable? Exactly....none


Didnt see that bit X) .. You'll be surprised on how much people spend on 'premium' cables i know of a few that have coughed up more than 20 for one. Lol
#21
youldyboy
....darude not to at that price..
X)
#22
At £2600, this is just too expensive for most people.
I know that the 55" OLED TV was around £1k, a few days ago, so most should go for that instead.
#23
snoopy18
Is this the best TV for this money?
Yes. I paid exactly twice this amount and no Sky or free cable offer! Still a happy bunny, butvwould have been happier jumping on the bandwagon now!
#24
Why so much money.
#25
No competition on oled in the UK = an higher price ;) Even though Sony are doing oled screens this year it's alleged LG are still making the panels, So don't expect low priced oled anytime soon...


Edited By: murkymango on Jan 21, 2017 17:04: .
#26
Myasinax
snoopy18
Is this the best TV for this money?
Yes. I paid exactly twice this amount and no Sky or free cable offer! Still a happy bunny, butvwould have been happier jumping on the bandwagon now!
What £5200 !
How long ago was that
1 Like #27
snoopy18
Myasinax
snoopy18
Is this the best TV for this money?
Yes. I paid exactly twice this amount and no Sky or free cable offer! Still a happy bunny, butvwould have been happier jumping on the bandwagon now!
What £5200 !
How long ago was that

Well, paid £4299 about 7 months ago (not quite twice, but still).
#28
I managed to bag a £80 hdmi cable for half price last year. I was happier than darude boy in this videodaarude
#29
sunama
At £2600, this is just too expensive for most people.
I know that the 55" OLED TV was around £1k, a few days ago, so most should go for that instead.


That's a lie. I would have got to if the b6 55" was a grand
1 Like #30
lilstump
sunama
At £2600, this is just too expensive for most people.
I know that the 55" OLED TV was around £1k, a few days ago, so most should go for that instead.
That's a lie. I would have got to if the b6 55" was a grand
He's probably talking about the 1080p OlED 2015 model that Amazon keeps dropping to about £890.
A lot of people get all the LG OLED models mixed up. They just see LG and OLED and assume it's all the same.
1 Like #31
Bagged one of these. I don't think I'll be able to justify the prices of the new range this year, plus they don't seem to be massively better. Time to jump from my Kuro.
#32
Bizarre!! I can't understand why.......
This very TV was voted cold when priced at £2474
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled65b6v-65-ultra-hd-premium-with-dolby-vision-with-delivery-2474-09-cramptonandmoore-2599462
#33
aabs
Bizarre!! I can't understand why.......
This very TV was voted cold when priced at £2474http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled65b6v-65-ultra-hd-premium-with-dolby-vision-with-delivery-2474-09-cramptonandmoore-2599462
Probably because the code wasn't working for long and people couldn't get it for that price.
#34
Still available at C&M over the phone for £2474.
#35
you think the prices will drop much more than this before the new ranges come out? or is now the time to buy?
#36
snoopy18
Is this the best TV for this money?
the 55" e6 is a similar price and arguably better, but if you just watch tv and dont play games, yes.
#37
hiohaa
you think the prices will drop much more than this before the new ranges come out? or is now the time to buy?

i'd wait if your not desperate, you have until march to get sky q. btw can someone please tell me whats included in sky q deal? i read the website, do u get free installation and box or ?

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