Panasonic AX802 range of 3D Smart 4K TV's now starting at £1149 for 50" @ Panasonic Store with 6 year warranty - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic AX802 range of 3D Smart 4K TV's now starting at £1,149.00 for 50" @ Panasonic Store with 6 year warranty

£1149.00 @ Panasonic Store
Posted a deal on this incredible TV earlier in the day but it just keeps getting cheaper. 50" @ £1149 58" @ £1549 65" @ £2299 Read More
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Posted a deal on this incredible TV earlier in the day but it just keeps getting cheaper.

50" @ £1149
58" @ £1549
65" @ £2299
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#1
These are getting really good value now, it has THX certification as well
#2
previewkinguk
These are getting really good value now, it has THX certification as well


2015 will be the year for 4k now they have 4k discs on the way by xmas 2015
#3
£1300 on John Lewis, I am after a new TV but don't think my wife will stretch to this much money.
#4
just checked on this and apparently this doesn't work with Netflix 4k, one of the few actual 4k sources out there.
#5
Yull of Eld
just checked on this and apparently this doesn't work with Netflix 4k, one of the few actual 4k sources out there.

I can happily confirm that this DOES work with Netflix 4K, there was an update for it last month. :)
#6
Yull of Eld
just checked on this and apparently this doesn't work with Netflix 4k, one of the few actual 4k sources out there.

thats an old review the range can receive Netflix 4k after an update....I believe
#7
amazon prime now has 4k so thats 2 sources for 4k now

update has fixed the netflix problem

how much would i get for a 1 year old mint 50 panasonic plamsa st60 ?

time to upgrade ?
#8
No deposit IFC too....
#9
Thanks re the Netflix info, good to know :)
#10
good find does this come with the 3d glasses ?
#11
gurujosh
good find does this come with the 3d glasses ?

Yes, two pairs.
#12
@Ash mac Some would say stick with the plasma
ashmac
amazon prime now has 4k so thats 2 sources for 4k now

update has fixed the netflix problem

how much would i get for a 1 year old mint 50 panasonic plamsa st60 ?

time to upgrade ?

Some would say stick with the plasma for contrast and motion handling and I kinda agree but this deal on a quality TV is tempting. As anyone got this TV and could give a review on the picture quality is like on your normal sky/virgin channel? Thanks
#13
Yull of Eld
£1300 on John Lewis, I am after a new TV but don't think my wife will stretch to this much money.
Put her on a rack until she does.
#14
This is the TV to get, great price, great reviews, it absolutely can receive netflixs the biggest problem your gonna have is the speed of your ISP! I will probably wait till early next year just to make sure this doesn't go down any more but I say again the 4k TV to get!
#15
Stretched and I pick up the TV tomorrow, cheers op.

Edited By: Yull of Eld on Dec 20, 2014 20:06
#16
Yull of Eld
Stretched and I pick up the TV tomorrow, cheers op.

No problems, hope you enjoy it! :)
#17
The two larger models have just had another £100 knocked off them. 58" at £1549 is pretty tempting.
#18
I just called my local Panasonic store and they matched the Doncaster price. Saved myself the £40 delivery fee and I can pick it up later today. WIN
#19
I want this so bad... Shame it's not suppoted by Amazon :-(
Netflix is supported tho

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