Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED, £1399.99 Refurb ebay Panasonic Outlet. - HotUKDeals
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Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED, £1,399.99 Refurb ebay Panasonic Outlet.

£1399.99 @ eBay
Not for everyone but i bought my last tv from them and had no issues. Anyone looking for that topline tv at a discount (4k) i feel this or SAMSUNG UE49KS7000 are the way to go personally, the extra £'… Read More
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Not for everyone but i bought my last tv from them and had no issues. Anyone looking for that topline tv at a discount (4k) i feel this or SAMSUNG UE49KS7000 are the way to go personally, the extra £'s here justified by a 58". Both look great thought i'd post this incase it helps anyone.
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#1
been looking at this, also considering Sony 55xd9305 and Samsung 55ks8000 it 9000. just can't make my mind up lol
#2
I've got this tv and it's the muts nuts, picture is fantastic
#3
looks like good price but the warranty would worry me...if its as good as they say it is, shouldn't it have a full 5 year warranty like their normal products...not hitting your particular post but all these types of deals
#4
jouster
looks like good price but the warranty would worry me...if its as good as they say it is, shouldn't it have a full 5 year warranty like their normal products...not hitting your particular post but all these types of deals
Yeah would be better. I'm still rolling with my 47 fhd 2013 flagship model I got from these guys 2 years ago came like new. But I'm with you 1400 is to much to drop on a TV with 12 month warranty. Shame because the TV looks amazing. Steering me toward the Samsung.
#5
Ive still got my 60 inch Kuro 6090 that's been calibrated and whilst I am sure UHD stuff is better, for me right now im still on the fence about when i will upgrade...especially as so much is changing...

A friend of mine has the 65 inch one and it is amazing but i believe they have some issues with gaming lag and he has lots of issues with handshaking too over HDMI....Although my TV is 7 years old its bulletproof, never plays up and looks amazing...

Another friend has the Samsung 55KS700 and the picture is sublime....and you can now get that close to £1000 which is great for a full HDR10 set....I also love the Samsung UI but have never got on with the Panasonic front end...my FIL has an 802 model and the UI is horrible and not worth using at all in my opinion...oh and with Panasonic yo cant use Plex via the UI...what's that all about

Edited By: jouster on Nov 27, 2016 13:13
#6
I have the Panasonic 58ax802, superb picture and if this is better than that, then you can't go wrong.

However, I bought a Panasonic 40cs520 from the refurb site, its only up the road from me, the first one was a smashed screen and the second had a crack in the plastic surround.....i actually kept that one because I managed to tidy it up. The driver though told me that they will send out damaged items on a regular basis as that keeps the overall % of damaged stock low as it gets booked out......if this is true I have no idea, he seemed to know what he was talking about. The TV apart from the small crack, was mint condition, well packaged and all accessories looked brand new. Only comes with a 1 year warranty and you have to take it to a service centre or ship there at your cost. Just because its a deal doesn't mean in the long run its the "best" deal. I voted hot btw for the price......just have an understanding of what you are buying.
#7
I still think I am going to go with an oled but this did look incredible in the shop and well worth the money
#8
For a grand I want more than 1 year warranty.

Edited By: Sqsq on Nov 27, 2016 16:03
#9
benji476
I still think I am going to go with an oled but this did look incredible in the shop and well worth the money

Same here.. CES is only a month away so this years models should drop to this price range once the new ones are announced :{

Cyber Monday tomorrow also, so the panny might be lower then... Think last year there were ebay codes and discounts

Edited By: murkymango on Nov 27, 2016 18:08

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