Samsung 63" 3D Freeview HD Plasma TV + 3D Blu-ray Player + 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses (Possibly £2,082 after cashback!) @ Very - HotUKDeals
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Samsung 63" 3D Freeview HD Plasma TV + 3D Blu-ray Player + 4 Pairs of 3D Glasses (Possibly £2,082 after cashback!) @ Very £2,499.00

£2499.00 @ Very
Buy this TV with the Samsung 3D Blu-ray player (PQ145) and a double pack of 3D LCD shutter glasses (PY633) and both glasses and Blu-ray player will be FREE! This fabulous discount will be added at che… Read More
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Buy this TV with the Samsung 3D Blu-ray player (PQ145) and a double pack of 3D LCD shutter glasses (PY633) and both glasses and Blu-ray player will be FREE! This fabulous discount will be added at checkout.

You can also order another pair of free 3D glasses here: http://www.samsungconnect.co.uk

Open a Very account to get 10% off the listed price of £2,499. Top CashBack are also offering a further 9% off (ex-VAT) giving a final price of £2,082.

Not bad for that lot!
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#1
I'll take two :thumbsup:
banned#2
smart, id buy it but ive already just bought a 52 inch and besides I dont think id have anywhere to put this one,

heat added.
#3
I have a very poor sight in my left eye so watching 3D with the red/blue glasses doesn't work and I just end up seeing a really oddly coloured picture. So i'm just concerned that this type of technology also requires both eyes to be good, has anybody got any experience with this?? Voted HOT though because the deal rocks!
#4
MrMicP
I have a very poor sight in my left eye so watching 3D with the red/blue glasses doesn't work and I just end up seeing a really oddly coloured picture. So i'm just concerned that this type of technology also requires both eyes to be good, has anybody got any experience with this?? Voted HOT though because the deal rocks!


Yes you need sight in both eyes. Though wearing the glasses with one eye closed would mean you would see a 2D image rather than the mess you saw using the old system.
#5
MrMic, I would try it out in a shop or something if you can.
#6
MrMicP
I have a very poor sight in my left eye so watching 3D with the red/blue glasses doesn't work and I just end up seeing a really oddly coloured picture. So i'm just concerned that this type of technology also requires both eyes to be good, has anybody got any experience with this?? Voted HOT though because the deal rocks!


I have a similar problem called a lazy eye just a term for “we have no idea what’s wrong so let’s make it up”
I went to Disney a few years ago and went to one of the 3D attractions, expecting not to be able to see the effect but to my surprise it worked but I have to say I would have to see a 3D TV working and be very impressed before committing that kind of money.
#7
Is this a full HD or just HD ready ? Looks like a good package, however I am not sure about 3D content on TV ?
#8
If your buying it from Very then somethings bound to go wrong terrible company.
#9
Full HD.

Very nice deal!!

Heat added!
#10
tempting
#11
MrMicP
I have a very poor sight in my left eye so watching 3D with the red/blue glasses doesn't work and I just end up seeing a really oddly coloured picture. So i'm just concerned that this type of technology also requires both eyes to be good, has anybody got any experience with this?? Voted HOT though because the deal rocks!


The way the shuttered glasses work, you shouldn't have any more difficulty seeing the 3D effect on the TV than you do in the "real world", subject to the limitations of the 3D technology, but then we all have to deal with that.
#12
SilverBlack
If your buying it from Very then somethings bound to go wrong terrible company.


I am in perfect agreement. This is one hell of a group of companies (Very, Additions, Littlewood + all cheats
#13
whats the model number plz because mcafee wont let me open the link. :thinking: (Is it the ps63c7000)

The Samsung LCD 3D TV's are rubbish too much crosstalk or maybe its the glasses, hopefully these plasmas are better.
#14
Broadsword
Yes you need sight in both eyes. Though wearing the glasses with one eye closed would mean you would see a 2D image rather than the mess you saw using the old system.


Then you would see everything in one colour so what's the point?
#15
blizzard7
Then you would see everything in one colour so what's the point?


No, that's not how these work. it's a very different tech from the old coloured glasses.
#16
I have a lazy eye and 3D cinema doesn't work for me - I really only see with one eye, just peripheral vision in the other. You learn to compensate in the real world using other cues but the 'trick' on films doesn't work. You can watch them and you have to wear the glasses, but you won't get the full effect (if any).
#17
Dodger21
I have a similar problem called a lazy eye just a term for “we have no idea what’s wrong so let’s make it up”
.

Amblyopia, commonly known as lazy eye, is the eye condition noted by reduced vision not correctable by glasses or contact lenses.
Your Dr would have explained this too you IF you listened & suggested treatment early on.
It's of course up to the numpties to huff n puff & **** off NHS.
Such people should go spend a few grand down Harley street & see if that cures your ignorance!!
#18
Forgot to add that I have a 50" panasonic plasma...the heat ...wow..I can BBQ a whole chicken in front of it in the time taken to just watch the footy tonite.
Wish I'd gone for LED much cooler saves lecci bills, better slimmer etc etc
#19
SilverBlack
If your buying it from Very then somethings bound to go wrong terrible company.


It's another domain / company for Littlewoods Group to try and hide behind. Agreed - dreadful company, and one very good reason not to buy this deal from them :x
#20
Majnu
whats the model number plz because mcafee wont let me open the link. :thinking: (Is it the ps63c7000)

PS63C7000YKXXU
#21
I ll love to see how much this will cost in about 2 years from now...
#22
DealWizard
I am in perfect agreement. This is one hell of a group of companies (Very, Additions, Littlewood + all cheats


i've never had any probs with and i've brought plenty from them
#23
blizzard7
Then you would see everything in one colour so what's the point?


No they use polarised glasses or active LCD shutters they don't use red and blue lenses anymore
#24
sowotsdis
Amblyopia, commonly known as lazy eye, is the eye condition noted by reduced vision not correctable by glasses or contact lenses.
Your Dr would have explained this too you IF you listened & suggested treatment early on.
It's of course up to the numpties to huff n puff & **** off NHS.
Such people should go spend a few grand down Harley street & see if that cures your ignorance!!


Have you actually had a bad Dr on the NHS have you had them talk over you and not explain then huff off to the private hospital for the session there? No think yourself lucky then and don't think the NHS is perfect and that Dr's are always helpful they're NOT and to suggest otherwise is just stupid!!
#25
gizmouk;8669290
It's another domain / company for Littlewoods Group to try and hide behind. Agreed - dreadful company, and one very good reason not to buy this deal from them :x


Not sure on 3D, I don't think it will be a big hit with everyone who doesn't have 100% eyesight, and also as mentioned these Littlewoods group of companies have an awful aftercare sales service, from Additions, basically no "aftercare at all". If you buy be prepared for a long fight if something goes wrong, in my situation I had three replacement fridges within three weeks, all returned because of transit/factory damage, hours wasted with dozens of telephone calls and emails to try and rectify, had to pay Additions again just to get a replacement fridge and then the refund was a long nightmare, nobody in there company knows what the other one is doing.
The list of comical errors is endless and I could go on but my physciatrist says I must forget about it and think more positive from now on.
PS: got a perfect, non-damaged all in one piece delivered refrigerator from Dixons in the end... Sorted!!!:whistling:
#26
If only there was some I could ever justify spending this much money on a TV. The idea of being able to watch a screen that size in full 3D in the comfort of my own home is very tempting. But not THAT tempting unfortunately.
#27
Majnu
whats the model number plz because mcafee wont let me open the link. :thinking: (Is it the ps63c7000)

The Samsung LCD 3D TV's are rubbish too much crosstalk or maybe its the glasses, hopefully these plasmas are better.


Try 'Start, Control Panel, Add/Remove Programs'........ then get a decent AV suite
#28
good price but ill wait untill 3d really takes off ( and it will )
#29
You get a lot of kit here for the money, especially if you can get the 10% off and cashback. Although don't you only get two pairs of glasses doing this deal and not four? The tv itself doesn't come with any, and you have to add one twin pack (and bluray player) which you get free. There is the redemption deal to get a further pair for free, but that only gives a total of three pairs. I'm tempted, but will wait for some reviews first.
#30
Whats' their aftersales service like? Anyone care to share their thoughts?
#31
masai
Whats' their aftersales service like? Anyone care to share their thoughts?


I can only speak from a good perspective, their are many who call the company but have never used them just 'know someone' who did.
I had a query after buying an electrical device and had also asked about an extended warranty, whilst on the line the customer service bloke noticed i should have had an extra £10 money off bonus (on top of the £30 one i had claimed for) and credited my account. I wouldn't have known about it if he hadn't told me. So i had no issues with them.
#32
how close together would 4 people have to sit the view the image?
i herd that if your looking at an angle or too far away then the 3d image wont look right.
#33
Love it :-D
#34
SilverBlack
If your buying it from Very then somethings bound to go wrong terrible company.


so true, the worst company i have delt with in my 30 years of life, also additions, littlewoods and now woolworths all same company and all very very b ad companies.
#35
masai
Whats' their aftersales service like? Anyone care to share their thoughts?


Got my Philips 8 Series from them but if you want my advice, dont be pushed aside just because they are s*** company, best thing you can do is once item is received regitser your new product on Samsung Website and apply to them directly for full extened 5 year warranty, its a hell of a lot cheaper and you deal with Samsung only. You're then not stuck with awful customer service. I have been a Shop Direct customer for years and its great when voucher and offer codes come along as you can save a fortune on certain items than on high street. Deal directly with Manufacturers on certian electricals, its easier, quicker and with Samsung I have 3 laptops with Samsung and cannot complain one bit when it comes to after sales care and warranty. 1 Week turn around on faulty laptop.

This offer is one of the best on the market, pay in full take up offer and any problems in the future just ring Samsung. Your extended warranty with Very is only the equivalent to what you could get yourself
#36
mrMicP ive got a iffy eye too, peripheral vision in one eye to be exact but the whole gig still works for me.. seen avatar at the flicks and all was cool
#37
Hopefully prices for 3d television will come down, so in the meantime I thinks I will wait
#38
Hopefully 3D TV will be a complete flop
#39
Cold.... 3D television is a waste of money... it isn't even 3D, it is just blurred 2D
#40
bingowings85
Hopefully 3D TV will be a complete flop


Oh it will be... It is just TV companies trying to force this awful idea on us as they r running out of good ideas...

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