Samsung 40" LED HD with Freeview HD TV £349 @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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With 5 year warranty.

Save £130, online now, live instore from tomorrow.

Looks good to me!

Samsung’s H5000 brings together Full HD and a high frame rate for the smoothest viewing. Colour enhancement technology boosts this even further while Freeview HD and easy USB playback keep you entertained. Football mode will even boost audio and visuals so you can see your favourite sporting moments in all their glory.
Vivid display
The 1080p Full HD screen is supported by Samsung Wide Colour Enhancer technology. This boosts contrast while making colours more vibrant so everything from games to films will look more realistic.
100Hz motion rate
Experience sharp picture quality, even when you are watching fast-moving images like sports or action movies. Games benefit too with pin sharp resolution and no motion blur.
Football mode
Feel like you're actually in the stadium cheering on your favourite team with Samsung's Football Mode. When activated, it optimises picture and sound settings for a better football viewing experience.
USB playback
It’s easy to watch films, look at pictures and play music without having to connect to your TV. Just connect a USB device to the TV and use the intuitive interface to find what you need.
Sound Bars
With TVs getting slimmer and built-in speakers getting smaller - choosing the right sound system is more important than ever. Sound bars add that extra audio punch to all your movies, games and TV programmes. More affordable and easier to set up than a full size speaker system, they don’t compromise on quality either.
Take a look at our full range here.
3D Ready No Accessories Included Remote control Audio Quality Information DTS Studio Sound, DTS Premium Sound 5.1, Dolby MS10, 3D Sound Brand
Samsung
Digital tuner Information Freeview HD Dimensions H57.8 x W90.8 x D19.6cm DLNA Information No Energy Rating A+ Guarantee 5 years Hard drive Information USB playback Internet Ready Information No Manufacturer Part Number (MPN) UE40H5000AKXXU Model name / number 40H5000 NFC enabled Information No Number of tuners 1 (Freeview HD) Ports Information 2x HDMI, 1x SCART, 1x USB 2.0 Power Consumption - Annual 66 kWh/year Power Consumption - On Mode Information 45W Power Consumption - Stand By 0.3W Recording Capacity (hours) No Refresh Rate Information 100Hz Screen Resolution Information 1920 x 1080 pixels Screen size Information 40" Speaker output Information 20W Table Top Stand Included Timer Facility Yes TV Screen Type LED Viewing angle (horizontal / vertical) Information 178 degrees Visible Screen Size (measured diagonally) 101.6cm Weight Information 9.8kg
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#1
Cold. Who the hell are Samsung?! :-)
#2
Korean company who make a wide range of electronic devices.
#4
I was in the process of linking that Jonny. Tesco have a cheaper, marginally newer version (5000 vs 5030). Unsure of actual differences yet.
#5
Good price.
#6

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...
#7
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...
#8
#9
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.
#10
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.

Depends on experiences really. Some people have a lot of hardware that has failed within a five year period and have found the extra warranty more valuable than buying a new one. I personally wouldn't spend the extra if it's a reputable brand, and a 2yr one is good enough.
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Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.


Lol. So now you've realised that the difference is £100 less than you posted but you're still sticking to your guns. £10/yr/less than 10 PENCE per week for JL's cast iron warranty is a no brainer and you know it...


Edited By: bellboys on Jun 26, 2014 12:34
#12
Good price
#13
Looks decent for the money.
#14
bellboys
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.


Lol. So now you've realised that the difference is £100 less than you posted but you're still sticking to your guns. £10/yr/less than 10 PENCE per week for JL's cast iron warranty is a no brainer and you know it...


Hold on with the patronising there. It's not a no-brainer for everyone. Some people haven't got extra money to spend on "ifs and maybes" and if people can be bothered and pushed hard enough using the Sale of Goods Act, they would get a replacement, repair or refund within 5 years.
#15
joshtbh
bellboys
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.


Lol. So now you've realised that the difference is £100 less than you posted but you're still sticking to your guns. £10/yr/less than 10 PENCE per week for JL's cast iron warranty is a no brainer and you know it...


Hold on with the patronising there. It's not a no-brainer for everyone. Some people haven't got extra money to spend on "ifs and maybes" and if people can be bothered and pushed hard enough using the Sale of Goods Act, they would get a replacement, repair or refund within 5 years.

Oddly enough I'm trying that one with Game and my PS3 super slim. Some how they've come to the conclusion my PS3 is more than 3 years old. There's two problems there, first the super slim hasn't even been out for three years secondly I bought it on 31/12/12. Now where the hell did they get 3 years from!?!? oO
#16
brett95
joshtbh
bellboys
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.


Lol. So now you've realised that the difference is £100 less than you posted but you're still sticking to your guns. £10/yr/less than 10 PENCE per week for JL's cast iron warranty is a no brainer and you know it...


Hold on with the patronising there. It's not a no-brainer for everyone. Some people haven't got extra money to spend on "ifs and maybes" and if people can be bothered and pushed hard enough using the Sale of Goods Act, they would get a replacement, repair or refund within 5 years.

Oddly enough I'm trying that one with Game and my PS3 super slim. Some how they've come to the conclusion my PS3 is more than 3 years old. There's two problems there, first the super slim hasn't even been out for three years secondly I bought it on 31/12/12. Now where the hell did they get 3 years from!?!? oO

lol! they do all like to try and wiggle out of it and put you off, but HUKD users like you and I don't just lie down 8)
#17
joshtbh
brett95
joshtbh
bellboys
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.


Lol. So now you've realised that the difference is £100 less than you posted but you're still sticking to your guns. £10/yr/less than 10 PENCE per week for JL's cast iron warranty is a no brainer and you know it...


Hold on with the patronising there. It's not a no-brainer for everyone. Some people haven't got extra money to spend on "ifs and maybes" and if people can be bothered and pushed hard enough using the Sale of Goods Act, they would get a replacement, repair or refund within 5 years.

Oddly enough I'm trying that one with Game and my PS3 super slim. Some how they've come to the conclusion my PS3 is more than 3 years old. There's two problems there, first the super slim hasn't even been out for three years secondly I bought it on 31/12/12. Now where the hell did they get 3 years from!?!? oO

lol! they do all like to try and wiggle out of it and put you off, but HUKD users like you and I don't just lie down 8)

Yep seems they do. Determination...Oh yes this is the good life 8) lol
#18
my Samsung tv started acting up after 2 years, my Samsung vacuum cleaner started a slow death after 2 years, old Samsung laptop lasted almost 3 years...numerous Samsung phones in my last place of work were lucky to last 2 years....

for me 5 year warranty is a must with Samsung products!

Wish I bought the set I have now from John lewis, could of had it sorted, only 3 n half years old now, smart tv features are crippled because its 'old' (Samsung disabled features that used to work),

Seems like a good price for me, almost makes me consider buying another Samsung product! Heat
#19
Max-Power
Elevation
Max-Power
Elevation

To think some would pay £150 for a largely pointless 5 year warranty. But I'd need more money than sense to find myself in John Lewis anyway...

You've misread I think, you mean £50 I think...

Yes I did. Still 50 quid though. For me that's a lot to save.

Depends on experiences really. Some people have a lot of hardware that has failed within a five year period and have found the extra warranty more valuable than buying a new one. I personally wouldn't spend the extra if it's a reputable brand, and a 2yr one is good enough.
like me. my Samsung tv went after two and a half years. No fuss no quibble for a brand new tv. John Lewis are fantastic for tv's. wouldn't go anywhere else.
#20
My Samsung TV suffers with a known clicking problem (capacitors apparently) and Samsung don't want to know, stating that it's out of warranty. Granted it's just over three years old it's an inherent fault that is widely recognised except by Samsung. I quoted the SoG act and they argued that it doesn't apply! Strongly worded letter following up my statutory rights in the post tomorrow.

The moral of the story is any extended warranty is better than none, unless you want a long and drawn out repair process.

Wouldn't trust Samsung again.

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