Seiki SE60FO01UK 60" Full HD Smart TV - Black £357+ £5+ TCB from AO.com this weekend only - HotUKDeals
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Seiki SE60FO01UK 60" Full HD Smart TV - Black £357.00+ £5+ TCB from AO.com this weekend only

£357.00 @ ao.com
Seems a good deal, it's £397 but use code AOBIG40 to take £40 off. Also 1.57% TCB. Key Features 1080p Full HD resolution gives a sharp, clear picture Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more … Read More
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2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago
Seems a good deal, it's £397 but use code AOBIG40 to take £40 off. Also 1.57% TCB.

Key Features

1080p Full HD resolution gives a sharp, clear picture
Smart TV - catch up, movies, & more
Freeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD
3 HDMI ports for consoles and Blu-ray players
1 USB port for connecting external devices
Product Overview

This 60” 1080p Full HD LED TV from Seiki gives you a sharp, clear picture and would be perfect any living room. Thanks to built-in Smart capabilities, you can stream blockbuster movies and catch up on must-watch box sets. It also has built-in Freeview HD, so you can relax on the sofa and enjoy up to 60 free channels, including 12 in HD. With 3 HDMI ports you can plug in your consoles and Blu-Ray player, while the USB input means it’s easy to connect external drives and devices too.
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1 Like #1
My god kids that's a bargain
1 Like #2
nice find op, heat added
1 Like #3
Ordered this TV earlier. Got £6.24 cash back on top of the £40 discount. £350 for a 60" TV is an absolute bargain. Reviews seem decent also. Can't wait!
3 Likes #4
I hope their smart tvs have better processors than the non-smart tvs.
The picture stutters on HD on mine , and gets very laggy on the menus needing a factory reset every few months.
#5
simes
I hope their smart tvs have better processors than the non-smart tvs.
The picture stutters on HD on mine , and gets very laggy on the menus needing a factory reset every few months.


why don't u sent it back? you may have a faulty unit
1 Like #6
Cheers op, couldn't resist at that price, ordered for Monday delivery
8 Likes #7
"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten"

My new favourite quote - thanks to HUKD member solidamber.

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Mar 11, 2017 20:41: .
1 Like #8
Amazing deal!! That is a MASSIVE tv!!
#9
Christ that's also very tempting!
#10
Bilbo1968
"The bitterness of poor quality remains long after the sweetness of low price is forgotten"

My new favourite quote - thanks to HUKD member solidamber.


But this isn't a bad brand. Had a 43" Seiki for 9 months & its been rock solid, touch wood!
1 Like #11
Mixed reviews for this and mixed comments going by previous deals on here. I've seen a lot of listings for these 60" Seiki's on Ebay over the past few months, being sold by business sellers specialising in selling retailer returns so make of that what you will.

I bought the 55" version in November and instantly regretted it, it went back the following day. That said its a lot of TV for the money, it'll probably use a quality Sharp panel too. Be careful though, AO are funny with non-faulty returns so think long and hard before you pull the trigger otherwise you could be stuck with a 40% re-stocking fee if buyer remorse kicks in (unless faulty)
1 Like #12
simes
I hope their smart tvs have better processors than the non-smart tvs.
The picture stutters on HD on mine , and gets very laggy on the menus needing a factory reset every few months.


Don't know how long you have had this problem but I'd be inclined to contact Customer service. I have a non-smart Seiki and it flies through the menus.

No resetting required in the 9 months I have owned it
2 Likes #13
Might be better to buy a wooden frame with a picture of Niagra Falls oO
1 Like #14
showing out of stock now. good price though heat added
#15
Who? Would this be good for xbox 1/ ps4?
#16
Out of stock
#17
I hope it isn't the muse smart tv as it's a waste of tome
2 Likes #18
freakstyler
Mixed reviews for this and mixed comments going by previous deals on here. I've seen a lot of listings for these 60" Seiki's on Ebay over the past few months, being sold by business sellers specialising in selling retailer returns so make of that what you will.
I bought the 55" version in November and instantly regretted it, it went back the following day. That said its a lot of TV for the money, it'll probably use a quality Sharp panel too. Be careful though, AO are funny with non-faulty returns so think long and hard before you pull the trigger otherwise you could be stuck with a 40% re-stocking fee if buyer remorse kicks in (unless faulty)

The law is clear on this >

https://www.gov.uk/accepting-returns-and-giving-refunds



Edited By: fishmaster on Mar 12, 2017 09:21
#19
ADIDASADDICT
Who? Would this be good for xbox 1/ ps4?

I think the picture might be too small, but if you can live with that it should be OK.
#20
fishmaster
freakstyler
Mixed reviews for this and mixed comments going by previous deals on here. I've seen a lot of listings for these 60" Seiki's on Ebay over the past few months, being sold by business sellers specialising in selling retailer returns so make of that what you will.
I bought the 55" version in November and instantly regretted it, it went back the following day. That said its a lot of TV for the money, it'll probably use a quality Sharp panel too. Be careful though, AO are funny with non-faulty returns so think long and hard before you pull the trigger otherwise you could be stuck with a 40% re-stocking fee if buyer remorse kicks in (unless faulty)
The law is clear on this >https://www.gov.uk/accepting-returns-and-giving-refunds

Maybe so but taken from AO's website:

"We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection"

Non-faulty, change of mind returns are subject to a re-stocking fee. Going from past comments on here and forum chatter all you have to do is simply plug an electrical item in for AO to class it as used/installed.
#21
freakstyler
fishmaster
freakstyler
Mixed reviews for this and mixed comments going by previous deals on here. I've seen a lot of listings for these 60" Seiki's on Ebay over the past few months, being sold by business sellers specialising in selling retailer returns so make of that what you will.
I bought the 55" version in November and instantly regretted it, it went back the following day. That said its a lot of TV for the money, it'll probably use a quality Sharp panel too. Be careful though, AO are funny with non-faulty returns so think long and hard before you pull the trigger otherwise you could be stuck with a 40% re-stocking fee if buyer remorse kicks in (unless faulty)
The law is clear on this >https://www.gov.uk/accepting-returns-and-giving-refunds
Maybe so but taken from AO's website:"We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection"
Non-faulty, change of mind returns are subject to a re-stocking fee. Going from past comments on here and forum chatter all you have to do is simply plug an electrical item in for AO to class it as used/installed.

They're breaking the law then.
#22
fishmaster
freakstyler
fishmaster
freakstyler
Mixed reviews for this and mixed comments going by previous deals on here. I've seen a lot of listings for these 60" Seiki's on Ebay over the past few months, being sold by business sellers specialising in selling retailer returns so make of that what you will.
I bought the 55" version in November and instantly regretted it, it went back the following day. That said its a lot of TV for the money, it'll probably use a quality Sharp panel too. Be careful though, AO are funny with non-faulty returns so think long and hard before you pull the trigger otherwise you could be stuck with a 40% re-stocking fee if buyer remorse kicks in (unless faulty)
The law is clear on this >https://www.gov.uk/accepting-returns-and-giving-refunds
Maybe so but taken from AO's website:"We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly, however, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection"
Non-faulty, change of mind returns are subject to a re-stocking fee. Going from past comments on here and forum chatter all you have to do is simply plug an electrical item in for AO to class it as used/installed.

They're breaking the law then.


indeed ypu can return the item un used and they have to refund total amount
1 Like #23
Make sure you have a big enough unit to sit it on and get a surround sound sorted and your away... not the best of build quality but once it's landed I doubt if it's moved again.
1 Like #24
npnw1
Make sure you have a big enough unit to sit it on and get a surround sound sorted and your away... not the best of build quality but once it's landed I doubt if it's moved again.

Mine turned up yesterday and agree sound not the best but have a soundbar coming tomorrow. Obviously knew it was a 60" telly but was still shocked at size of box when I opened door oO its massive.
Watched football on it last night and very impressed with picture quality in hd, over all pleased with TV, think you'd be hard pushed to find similar for just over £350.
1 Like #25
ukwomble
npnw1
Make sure you have a big enough unit to sit it on and get a surround sound sorted and your away... not the best of build quality but once it's landed I doubt if it's moved again.

Mine turned up yesterday and agree sound not the best but have a soundbar coming tomorrow. Obviously knew it was a 60" telly but was still shocked at size of box when I opened door oO its massive.
Watched football on it last night and very impressed with picture quality in hd, over all pleased with TV, think you'd be hard pushed to find similar for just over £350.


I started a thread last year when I got one for my dad. For the money it's awesome as long as your not a badge snob that is.
1 Like #26
npnw1
ukwomble
npnw1
Make sure you have a big enough unit to sit it on and get a surround sound sorted and your away... not the best of build quality but once it's landed I doubt if it's moved again.
Mine turned up yesterday and agree sound not the best but have a soundbar coming tomorrow. Obviously knew it was a 60" telly but was still shocked at size of box when I opened door oO its massive.
Watched football on it last night and very impressed with picture quality in hd, over all pleased with TV, think you'd be hard pushed to find similar for just over £350.
I started a thread last year when I got one for my dad. For the money it's awesome as long as your not a badge snob that is.

Totally agree, soundbar makes massive difference also, definitely no complaints with the picture, so much clearer than my 7 year old Panasonic

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