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LG49UH850V TV £674.10 @ Curry's (with code) £641.00

£641.00 @ Currys
Enhance your viewing experience when you bring home the LG 49UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV. High resolution viewing The 49UH850V boasts a 49" IPS 4K Quantum Display, using ColourPri… Read More
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Enhance your viewing experience when you bring home the LG 49UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV.

High resolution viewing

The 49UH850V boasts a 49" IPS 4K Quantum Display, using ColourPrime Plus technology to generate a higher range of colours to create brighter and better images.

An advanced 10-bit panel expands the colour spectrum to unlock over 1 billion hues and shades on the screen, creating a level of vibrancy that is certain to enhance your viewing experience.

ULTRA Luminance provides brighter whites and darker blacks by using local dimming technology, bringing the pictures to life on the screen in incredible detail.

HDR Super offers flexible access to high dynamic range content by supporting HDR10 and Dolby Vision. This helps to create amazing picture quality, no matter what you choose to watch. 

Passive 3D technology lets you bring the magic of the cinema to your sofa. Enjoy fantastic 3D entertainment when you connect a 3D Blu-ray player. It also features 2D to 3D conversion, so you can give your old favourites a whole new dimension.

webOS

The webOS Smart platform at the heart of the UH850V lets you enjoy the best of the internet on your TV. The simple and intuitive interface brings together some of the best services and content, including 4k movies, sport and music services. Designed with you in mind, webOS makes it easy to find anything you want to watch.

With access to services such as 4k Netflix, you can watch a range of films in fantastic UHD.

The 850V also includes LG's Magic Remote. This intuitive remote lets you point, scroll, gesture or use voice commands to find and view programmes on your TV.

Perfectly designed

Featuring an elegant sweeping design, the crescent stand supports the UH850V without interfering with your view of the screen.

Harman Kardon speakers ensure that the TV offers high quality audio to accompany the stunning images, immersing you in the sound.

Don't forget your HDMI cables

Featuring two USB 2.0 ports and a USB 3.0 port, the TV also has component and composite inputs, as well as three HDMI 2.0 connections (one of which is ARC compatible).

Check out our range of HDMI cables to connect your input devices and to make sure your new TV has a perfect picture with improved transfer speeds.

Look out for the Sandstrom Silver Series HDMI cables with their lifetime warranty.

Step into a new generation of high resolution viewing with the LG 49UH850V Smart 3D 4k Ultra HD HDR 49" LED TV.

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#1
thats a lot of tv for the money. very tempted to purchase this tv myself. let me know if you think this is a hot deal?
#2
Heat and Lovely tv just wish It was 55 at this price
#3
Quidco offer 5 percent for tv's over £500. This is also in which magazine as a best buy when it was £1049 although it said it had no 3d.
#4
all the reviews say that its a great tv but if you trawl through av forum there is a massive thread of mixed owner reviews which has put.le off buying it. that said, only those that have had a bad experience complain and it does come with a 5yr curry guarantee which is reassuring. biggest issue reported is vertical bands across the screen and light bleed but how bad this is in reality is anyones guess??
#5
MRD55
Quidco offer 5 percent for tv's over £500. This is also in which magazine as a best buy when it was £1049 although it said it had no 3d.


5% would be great. i will check it out
#6
interesting mobile :)
#7
with 5% quidco tgis make the total purchase price £641. now I'm very tempted. anyone got one of these tv's?
#8
rowly73
all the reviews say that its a great tv but if you trawl through av forum there is a massive thread of mixed owner reviews which has put.le off buying it. that said, only those that have had a bad experience complain and it does come with a 5yr curry guarantee which is reassuring. biggest issue reported is vertical bands across the screen and light bleed but how bad this is in reality is anyones guess??


Vertical bands are the worst. Once you see them you'll never unsee them. Persuading Currys for a return on vertical bands would be a challenge.
#9
mobily
rowly73
all the reviews say that its a great tv but if you trawl through av forum there is a massive thread of mixed owner reviews which has put.le off buying it. that said, only those that have had a bad experience complain and it does come with a 5yr curry guarantee which is reassuring. biggest issue reported is vertical bands across the screen and light bleed but how bad this is in reality is anyones guess??


Vertical bands are the worst. Once you see them you'll never unsee them. Persuading Currys for a return on vertical bands would be a challenge.


thats what puts me off the purchase a little bit. i stood in currys today and the samsung KS7000 was next to it and the LG looked better which was a big suprise to me considering the price difference is £400... decisions....

also factor in i currently own a 37" panasonic plasma from 2006...therefore the step up in quality would be such that the odd thing might not bother me?
#10
rowly73
mobily
rowly73
all the reviews say that its a great tv but if you trawl through av forum there is a massive thread of mixed owner reviews which has put.le off buying it. that said, only those that have had a bad experience complain and it does come with a 5yr curry guarantee which is reassuring. biggest issue reported is vertical bands across the screen and light bleed but how bad this is in reality is anyones guess??
Vertical bands are the worst. Once you see them you'll never unsee them. Persuading Currys for a return on vertical bands would be a challenge.
thats what puts me off the purchase a little bit. i stood in currys today and the samsung KS7000 was next to it and the LG looked better which was a big suprise to me considering the price difference is £400... decisions....
also factor in i currently own a 37" panasonic plasma from 2006...therefore the step up in quality would be such that the odd thing might not bother me?

I too was very interested in this set and I too have a Panasonic Plasma. I went to view it in Currys (I think it is exclusive to them in the UK). I had read all of the reviews, and I must admit the HD and UHD pictures blew me away. However, I had a play, because the set was obviously set to an HD/UHD source by default to exploit the picture quality, and the non HD pictures on freeview looked terrible - to the point of being unwatchable. There was artifact spread (which looks like ghosting that could occur in the old analogue days) on every non HD channel. In fact I got home and looked at the great pictures on the Plasma and decided that I would hold off buying until the non HD picture quality looks something approaching the Panny.

So my advice would be to ALWAYS see the non HD and non UHD pictures BEFORE you part with your money.
1 Like #11
How did you manage to get a free view signal in the shop setup properly?
#12
JonCollett
rowly73
mobily
rowly73
all the reviews say that its a great tv but if you trawl through av forum there is a massive thread of mixed owner reviews which has put.le off buying it. that said, only those that have had a bad experience complain and it does come with a 5yr curry guarantee which is reassuring. biggest issue reported is vertical bands across the screen and light bleed but how bad this is in reality is anyones guess??
Vertical bands are the worst. Once you see them you'll never unsee them. Persuading Currys for a return on vertical bands would be a challenge.
thats what puts me off the purchase a little bit. i stood in currys today and the samsung KS7000 was next to it and the LG looked better which was a big suprise to me considering the price difference is £400... decisions....
also factor in i currently own a 37" panasonic plasma from 2006...therefore the step up in quality would be such that the odd thing might not bother me?

I too was very interested in this set and I too have a Panasonic Plasma. I went to view it in Currys (I think it is exclusive to them in the UK). I had read all of the reviews, and I must admit the HD and UHD pictures blew me away. However, I had a play, because the set was obviously set to an HD/UHD source by default to exploit the picture quality, and the non HD pictures on freeview looked terrible - to the point of being unwatchable. There was artifact spread (which looks like ghosting that could occur in the old analogue days) on every non HD channel. In fact I got home and looked at the great pictures on the Plasma and decided that I would hold off buying until the non HD picture quality looks something approaching the Panny.

So my advice would be to ALWAYS see the non HD and non UHD pictures BEFORE you part with your money.


thats fair play. i was blown away by the demo video. when i asked the shop assistant in currys if i could view the SD tv, they told me the tv's weren't hooked up to freeview.
#13
shows as £749? And I am not able to enter address and Save & Continue. Broken website.
1 Like #14
works for me
#15
so how is this £641. List price = 749. TV10% brings it down to 674.
#16
greazedlightning
so how is this £641. List price = 749. TV10% brings it down to 674.


5% quidco cashback on the £674 brings it down to £641
#17
greazedlightning
shows as £749? And I am not able to enter address and Save & Continue. Broken website.

I'm in the same boat. Can't enter my address, which leads to my transaction failing.
#18
avivalasvegas35
greazedlightning
shows as £749? And I am not able to enter address and Save & Continue. Broken website.

I'm in the same boat. Can't enter my address, which leads to my transaction failing.


It didn't work on Chrome but worked on IE or edge.
#19
Has anyone actually done this deal with the 5% cash back?
#20
I did and received tv today and am waiting for the 5% to track from quidco.
#21
MRD55
I did and received tv today and am waiting for the 5% to track from quidco.


let me know what you think of the tv when you get it set up will you?
#22
I have set it up and I think it looks great without even tweaking it yet. I am not a particularly techy person but it's streets ahead of the Panasonic it has replaced. It streams straight from my phone which is handy and the magic remote is great to use.
#23
MRD55
I have set it up and I think it looks great without even tweaking it yet. I am not a particularly techy person but it's streets ahead of the Panasonic it has replaced. It streams straight from my phone which is handy and the magic remote is great to use.


great. no light bleed issues or vertical lines on the screen
#24
Not that I can see or does the screen need to be black and the lights turned off? I don't know why this hasn't got any hotter as it was a best buy in the September issue of which at £1079. It baffles me.
#25
£799 now and the 'tv10%' code does not work
#26
Great deal but now expired.
#27
I wonder when we'll get OLEDS at this price, HDR, UHD... none of that is enough to spend this much on a TV that's still a **** LED panel.
1 Like #28
MRD55
Not that I can see or does the screen need to be black and the lights turned off? I don't know why this hasn't got any hotter as it was a best buy in the September issue of which at £1079. It baffles me.

Because the masses here are more interested in the noname TV that Aldi have for £199. :/
#29
Horrorwood
MRD55
Not that I can see or does the screen need to be black and the lights turned off? I don't know why this hasn't got any hotter as it was a best buy in the September issue of which at £1079. It baffles me.
Because the masses here are more interested in the noname TV that Aldi have for £199. :/

Perhaps more because LG make underwhelming TV's. Their OLED are nice looking of course but that's merely because they have the monopoly on that technology right now.
#30
Epic TV, wish I had noticed this before the price went up, would have been a great replacement for my bedroom TV. Would have made 1,000 degrees if it had been a Sony :(
1 Like #31
Elevation
Horrorwood
MRD55
Not that I can see or does the screen need to be black and the lights turned off? I don't know why this hasn't got any hotter as it was a best buy in the September issue of which at £1079. It baffles me.
Because the masses here are more interested in the noname TV that Aldi have for £199. :/
Perhaps more because LG make underwhelming TV's. Their OLED are nice looking of course but that's merely because they have the monopoly on that technology right now.

What does them having a monopoly have to do with anything? :D

They are nice looking because they are good product/tech, not because LG have the only OLED TV!
#32
Elevation

Perhaps more because LG make underwhelming TV's.

Personally I couldn't disagree more, love LG TVs, wouldn't have anything else.
#33
Horrorwood
Elevation
Horrorwood
MRD55
Not that I can see or does the screen need to be black and the lights turned off? I don't know why this hasn't got any hotter as it was a best buy in the September issue of which at £1079. It baffles me.
Because the masses here are more interested in the noname TV that Aldi have for £199. :/
Perhaps more because LG make underwhelming TV's. Their OLED are nice looking of course but that's merely because they have the monopoly on that technology right now.
What does them having a monopoly have to do with anything? :D
They are nice looking because they are good product/tech, not because LG have the only OLED TV!

Umm.....probably because to be called "the best" you tend to need another alternative manufacturer of OLED TV's to compare it to. But that's just that pesky logic for you....
That's like saying "Coca-Cola is definitely the best Coke because it's Coke". (_;)
1 Like #34
ezzer72
Elevation

Perhaps more because LG make underwhelming TV's.
Personally I couldn't disagree more, love LG TVs, wouldn't have anything else.

I'm actually a big Sony TV fan (among other, but NOT all Sony stuff). Yes there's the bizarre, unwarranted 30 second wait after you turn the TV on before you can change channel or see the EPG, yes the menus are a bit clunky, but when you get to those inky blacks and I'm talking about a 2013 model....<3
#35
Tried this 2 days ago and I got the same problem...cannot add the TV10% at checkout. It says: Sorry! That promotional code is not valid...
#36
unfortunately the code and the price expired. shame as it was cracking deal
#37
I have the 770 and its going back its the worst TV ive ever owned the picture is awful and im sure this will be the same, its alright 1080p but SD viewing its very bad that would be why Currys wouldn't demo it, it also has some strange lines round the edge of the picture and because this is the same TV basically you will probably get them. Avoid it.

https://s21.postimg.org/w6drsgaxz/image_1.jpg


Edited By: polly69 on Oct 18, 2016 17:50
#38
Different tv though.
#39
MRD55
Different tv though.

Its the exact same TV with a couple of different features and the frame and stand is the same and its the TV's frame thats causing those weird lines its some kind of reflection.
#40
Exactly the same but with different features. Isn't that most tv's? I have this TV and it has none of these vertical lines. Where did you hear it was the frame and stand?

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