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louise young eye shadow trio £5.00 @ selfridges

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4 available at time of listing Was £22 Now £5 £5 delivery or free c&c Link http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/louise-young-eye-shadow-trio_277-3002762-LY505/?previewAttribute=Azur
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was 4 available, now showing 1 but not letting add to basket
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pink gingham toms £12.00 @ Selfridges

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I think these are cute for £12.00 down from £26.00, might be worth checking in your local schuh first though as I picked them up for £4.99
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Vitamix Pro 300 @ Selfridges - £399.00

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Cheapest deal on the market currently. This model is the newer quieter version and powerful too.
malwi Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago2 Comments
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It's snowing in Selfridges

Edited By: malwi on Jan 12, 2017 19:19: Typo
why is this cold at minus?
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LEVI'S Barstow Western checked cotton shirt at Selfridges for £20.00 delivered

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£15 for the shirt and its £5 for delivery An age-old classic that has been worn by generations and continues to define the modern dress code today, this Levi’s Western shirt is brought up to date w…
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just missed out on a large. gutted. smoking deal.

yep up at 2 degrees now.. so looking rather hot :)
just missed out on a large. gutted. smoking deal.
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Chupa Chups Star Wars Lolly Tin, 1.8KG, 150 Lollies- £8.50 Instore @ Selfridges

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Selfridges have these HUGE Chupa Chubs Star Wars lolly tins on sale now for £8.50 reduced from £22. It includes 150 lollies of various flavours and weighs in at 1.8KG. I bought one last night f…
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"Chupa Chubs"! Freudian slip me thinks' love it! X)
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Caviar Manicure Luxe Set - Gleam Selfridges - £2.00

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Thought it would make a good present for someone reduced from £20 to £2:)
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Ordered 10 - all going on eBay
Why?!


​They'll be trying to make themselves a profit I imagine.
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Ordered 10 - all going on eBay
Why?!
aaaah oos :(
I ended up browsing and bought Kurt Geiger shoes.... ooops!
Ordered 10 - all going on eBay
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Selfridges - £1,699.00 LG 55" B6 UHD OLED TV + 12 Months Sky Q

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Saw in Selfridges Trafford today. Was £100 cheaper than Currys and John Lewis, but may be worth getting John Lewis to price match for their better warranty. Sky Q is a good bonus also, but be weary of…
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Was displayed as 1749 in Oxford St. I ended up with the Samsung ks7500 for 1049 as I couldn't justify the extra 700 for a slight improvement.
Price not available online with Selfridge so no deal. Price point now at £1749. 2017 oledlineavailable summer2017 per Currys. Price point should move more as this line's replacement acknowledged post CES in a weeks time.
Have some heat though
JL will price match it that's for sure. The only issue is people paying this. Me personally I would but I am waiting for the E series to drop below £2k. £2299 is still too high but the oled screens are amazing!
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LG65uh950v 4k ultra hd 65" dolby vision tv £1,599.00 @ Selfidges

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Been looking for a good 65inch TV, this one stands out in comparison to the rest of the boxing day offers. Thread posted below: http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/cat/lg-65uh950v-4k-ultra-hd-65-dol…
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This is the best non oled 65inch tv on the market, and at a very good price for the kit your getting.
Sticking with the panny commercial 50' plasma I will be ;-) I would drop to 55 oled for this dollar tbh
Aint no way you'll get a 65" OLED for 1.6k. Super LCD I'm afraid
Oled? Description, link takes me to home screen. Must be Oled I mean cmon who would pay this price for non oled?
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Selfridges sale! upto 50% off +8% topcashback

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SELFRIDGES SALE + 8% CASHBACK AT TOPCASHBACK
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Sorry to see this deal so cold, happened to me few weeks ago when I posted similar Harrods deal.

I had a look tonight and there are definitely some bargains to be found, like Michael Kors bags which are really popular, and in the Mens section some nice jumpers. Heat added since it's a good deal.
Some excellent deals like levis & ralph lauren polos for £35
Sadly some people on here see selfridges as overpriced without even looking. Have some heat!

Edited By: SaveYourDosh on Dec 25, 2016 21:50
Can't see it on topcashback is there a link
Thanks op just ordered a watch! 50 percent off
Most overpriced place ever. What they sell stuff for you could get for £20 less somewhere else.
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LG OLED55B6V 4k HDR 55" OLED TV, £5 Del, £1,599 @ Selfridges £1,599.00

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(edited: now properly visible) Found this direct 'hidden' link to this TV, its the only way to get to it, you cant search on their website for it. John Lewis WILL price match if you send them the d…
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Initially the price match request was declined by JL , but I sent an email stating that the item was in stock when I sent the price match request and later gone out of stock. Then JL asked me to send a screenshot shows the item in stock if I have taken one , luckily I had and replied with the nscreenshot.

The price match is accepted now! Happy ending! Thanks.


​do you have the same screeshot that you could forward to me as I had exactly the same argument with JL, but alas I didn't take a screenshot for future proof. Thank you.
Can you provide that screenshot here for others to benefit?
Initially the price match request was declined by JL , but I sent an email stating that the item was in stock when I sent the price match request and later gone out of stock. Then JL asked me to send a screenshot shows the item in stock if I have taken one , luckily I had and replied with the nscreenshot.

The price match is accepted now! Happy ending! Thanks.
Initially the price match request was declined by JL , but I sent an email stating that the item was in stock when I sent the price match request and later gone out of stock. Then JL asked me to send a screenshot shows the item in stock if I have taken one , luckily I had and replied with the screenshot.

The price match is accepted now! Happy ending!
Our eyes... oh yeah and every form of calibration measurement used by the likes of rtings and avforums.

I was staggered by the difference on the HDR content on Amazon and Netflix. PS4 Pro HDR is also on another level. The only screen I've seen on this level is the Sony ZD9.

My only regret is not saving up longer for the 65-inch model.
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LG OLED65E6V - 65" - Smart 3D+4K + FREE SKYQ 12m Subscription - £3,699.00 @ SELFRIDGES

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I know this deal is not for everyone so no surprises if it is rated COLD, as some may think this is lot more expensive. OLED is new technology and possibly the future. LG OLED65E6 is one of the best m…
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Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?

WOLED was the answer to large displays. Lots of manufacturers can viably make smaller panels using RGB. LG could as well.

Currently OLED is more expensive across the board. It does have the potential to be cheaper then LCD. For smaller screen sizes it's getting closer to that point.

What you have to remember is LCD has been around for a long time. The ROI has long since been realised. OLED still involves billions of $ of investment to setup fabs.


​Please explain how it can have the protential to be cheaper that LCD ?
kester76
Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?

WOLED was the answer to large displays. Lots of manufacturers can viably make smaller panels using RGB. LG could as well.

Currently OLED is more expensive across the board. It does have the potential to be cheaper then LCD. For smaller screen sizes it's getting closer to that point.

What you have to remember is LCD has been around for a long time. The ROI has long since been realised. OLED still involves billions of $ of investment to setup fabs.
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Oled is old tech that I had on my iriver clix 2 back in 06. It has been slowly phased out/replaced by quantum dot due to it wearing out, not so bad on a mp3 player or phone but horrific on a £3.6k tv.
I would suggest going over to AVForums and doing some reading. Unfortunately you're missing quite a few bits of the picture (pun intended :) ).
Samsung and most other TV manufacturers have been chasing the large form factor OLED holy grail for years now. Samsung released around the same time as LG did. Unfortunately Samsung were using RGB sub pixels and these didn't prove to be viable in mass production. LG took a different approach (they purchased a patent from Kodak), WOLED with colour filters, which paid huge dividends by proving to make large screens viable.
It is Samsung's failure and inability to find an alternative to LG's patent that has led them to pursue Quantum Dot. They and other manufacturers have then used spoiler tactics, as LG have gained a huge advantage here. They've muddied the consumer market, pushing misinformation and HDR with high peak output. Things they weren't as interested in when they thought they could pull OLED off aswell.
You've mentioned the 1000nits peak output for HDR that LCD's can achieve. But haven't considered in achieving this, as a backlit tech, this compromises the black levels of adjacent pixels. The key benefit of HDR (High Dynamic Range), as the acronym suggests, is the ability to display both high's and lows (dynamic range) in a single frame.
Think of an image displaying a sunset. You have the Sun which is very bright and the landscape which will be much darker. Is it preferable for the image to be displayed on an OLED, where the sun is at 600 nits and the landscape can be represented at anywhere down to 0 nits on a per pixel basis? Or is it better to have the Sun displayed at 1000 nits and pixels which should be 0 nits start to become washed out as a result?
There are some very good FALD LCD's out there right now. But the best are close to the price of OLEDs. And if HDR is your thing, IMO you're better off with an OLED.
Where the peak brightness of LCD's really comes into its own is when you're viewing room is particularly bright. Say a south facing room with lots of windows.
Other then that, I'd go with OLED or a cheap LCD to hold me over.
Why does my LG phone use Quantum Dot and not OLED ? Also why is the s7 and Super AMOLED display ?
Like Samsung, LG are a conglomerate with multiple subsidiaries. Its LG Display that make the screens. LG electronics make the mobiles and buy the screens from LG Display. It's LG Electronics decision which display they use for a particular product. And that can be driven by many different factors. Price and availability of the appropriate display being a key one.
Also LG are still one of the largest suppliers of LCD panels. Clearly its in their interest to keep up with developments in that technology. OLED may be their future, but they still need to keep up with their bread and butter.
WRT Samsung's use of OLED in their mobile phones, I would suggest you read up a bit on OLED and the difficulty the industry has had (until LG pulled it off with WOLED) producing large form factor displays. Samsung, LG and Sony have been able to produce smaller RGB screens for quite a while. What no one other then LG can do is viably produce large displays. Samsung had a crack at it around the time LG released their WOLED displays. But soon pulled out as it wasn't viable. Sony and Panasonic also haven't been able to produce viable large form factor consumer panels.
So LG can make cheaper large display OLED but prefer Quantum Dot for smaller displays because they're cheaper but sony use super AMOLED because they take the hit on price over performance ?

"Sigh". When did I say any of that?

LCD displays are cheaper. Even quantum dot ones. I don't know why LGE chose that over OLED for your phone, but I presume price was a big factor.

At some point they designed the phone, looked around at cost and availability of displays, how it integrated with the other components/design and made a decision. Possibly the bean counters looked at the target market and said the extra cost of OLED isn't justified.

Every product involves a complex process of design/analysis/targeting/etc. Otherwise every phone/manufacturer would just throw the best component available in every product and be done with it.
good specs, 4k aint going nowhere for a long time.
Also is it due to LG using WOLED technology which uses more power than it's Super Amoled equivilant ?
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LG OLED55E6V @ Selfridges instore for £2,299.00, John Lewis price match maybe too!

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Saw this at Selfridges in the Trafford Centre tonight. LG OLED55E6V reduced again. Sale price at £2299. It was £3499 at the start of the year and I wanted it then. Lovely tv. I know it is a…
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Thanks but looks like this deal isn't that good to everyone....
Thanks for sharing
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The should price match as they did for the b6 at £1599 yesterday :)

No Way! You got the B for £1600. Where did you get the price match from??


Was selfridges price match mate. They have them in store and also seem to be adding them a few at a time online .
Only downside is John Lewis can't deliver to me until 4th Jan.
Currently have 60" Samsung ks7000 which is being returned for the b6
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Hahaha don't understand the cold, or maybe people see the price and agree it is still expensive.....yet it still in a deal
People are idiots. If they can't afford it they will vote cold or recommend their older model as a better option.

Or maybe say "Well I bought a 4k TV for £500.....blah LOL. I just love the look, sound and quality of the OLED TVs. The E series looks lovely with the built in sound bar.
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The should price match as they did for the b6 at £1599 yesterday :)

No Way! You got the B for £1600. Where did you get the price match from??

Edited By: Brabus_Duddy on Dec 23, 2016 07:45
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Wedgwood Vera Wang travel mugs - reduced from £18 to £9.00 Selfridges and House of Fraser

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Both Selfridges and House of Fraser have their Vera Wang for Wedgwood travel mugs reduced to half price. Click and Collect available Selfridges link https://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/webapp/wcs/…
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great saving. Just wish places would give out a free cup when you buy a coffee.
Why not go the whole hog and get the coffee free as well? :)


funny you should say that.​I am an upmarket coffee thief. i nick someones latte and while running away I decant into to Wang travel cup.dont want to lose face with a costa cup would I.
philskill
Sadly the one that I want is only available at Selfridges, and I can't get to one of their stores to click and collect.
The one I liked was only at Selfridges too so I bought it and paid the £5 postage as no Selfridges near me......so not quite so much of a bargain now, but it's a Christmas present to myself and I deserve it :)
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What's wrong with cardboard cups ;)
​what's wrong with the environment ;)
It's being ruined making things like Vera Wang coffee mugs ;)
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I'm confused? A ceramic travel mug? It sounds very easily breakable which a travel mug shouldn't be, or am i missing something?


​Unless you're thinking this is a toddler mug, this are perfectly adequate for most adults. They are usually manufactured with a double wall, thick ceramic and I've managed to drop mine (empty) and nothing has smashed. I've never heard of a travel mug requiring strength though, cardboard cups seem weaker?


A cardboard cup needs to last a few minutes while you drink from it—a travel cup should last for years.
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I'm confused? A ceramic travel mug? It sounds very easily breakable which a travel mug shouldn't be, or am i missing something?


​Unless you're thinking this is a toddler mug, this are perfectly adequate for most adults. They are usually manufactured with a double wall, thick ceramic and I've managed to drop mine (empty) and nothing has smashed. I've never heard of a travel mug requiring strength though, cardboard cups seem weaker?
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LG 65uh950v 4k ultra hd 65" 3D dolby vision tv £1,599.00 at selfridges

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Reduced again, maybe a good deal now, or cheaper in Jan? I have an order for the Hisense 65", but wondering whether to get this, as i want 3D too..
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hey good points on the 3D here, thx, it's defo better to have it, as the tech is good and new films are still being made in 3D....i dont think its dead, just tv co's pushing 4k hdr atm..hmmm.
I have the 55uh950v and the 3D is amazing on it, out of watching a film in 3D or 4K I think the 3D is better, If all 3D TVs looked as good as this TVs 3D it would be what people buy a TV for and still.
I have over 100 3D blu-rays and about 16 4K films at the moment but as new films come out I'm buying both and I still think 3D looks amazing and is the better of the 2 at the moment :)

Edited By: DiscoAnd on Dec 08, 2016 22:17
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Are you sure you want 3D? I used mine once and the glasses are now hidden behind the sofa.
I think 3D with current technology has proved to be a dead end.
Yeah, you're right i think, prob wont even use 3d after a while..
3D is dead and died years ago. Not worth buying a TV because of it.
Hmmm wonder why we still have so many 3d movies coming up. Agreed only few are real 3D while rest are all fake with post production conversion to 3D...But still....Must be really old movies given that 3d is dead for years. Lol
Exactly the same reason why you can get 3D TV's but they don't advertise the 3D option only in small print, Xbox One and PS4 never had release 3D games released on them, even though you can get them on PS3 and 360. Nvidia dropped 3D vision for their graphics cards, Sky 3D moved from a dedicated channel to on demand or online only. Signs its dead to me and has been for a long time otherwise companies wouldn't be trying to sell us 4K and now 4K with HDR.
3D is only good in the cinema at its best not in the home.

First off major tv manufacturers are cutting down on 3d even on their flagship models. Eg: samsung has comoletely phased out 3d from all thier 2016 line up, While Sony has only 1 top end model that supports 3D (XD93/94) and their flagship model ZD series. This is all the more reason for people like me who like to watch 3D at home to get these new models with 3D support. The next big thing now is OLED and 4K HDR..why do you think OLED and 4K HDR is not advertised in small print? Don't know about Xbox one but ps4 sure has few titles that support 3D like the Trine series and Elite Sniper series, guess you missed them. I have been seeing '3D is dead' caption everywhere for the past few years. But what people don't understand is there are still few others who enjoy Real 3D. Ask anyone who played trine 3 on 3D they will definitely tell you that they wish more games did this.

For people like me Real 3D movies are worth watching from home with family and not just in theaters. Just because the crowd says its dead I don't change my personal preference and I am sure few will agree to that..

Coming back to the deal. It's an awesome price for this set, but its just the Selfridges badge that sets me back.
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Thought the hisense k70065 had a 10bit panel?
8 bit + FRC it can process the signal but not display it as a true 10 bit panel (1000 nits).
​10bit relates to the range of colour (to an extent gamut). but more specifically the smooth transition of shades of a colour. NIT is a measure of luminosity. different things. 10bit screens don't guarantee bright screens.
does this unit support HDR? and how it performs on that side. if so then it is a bargain!

Yes it's to do with colour, however the minimum standard for HDR10 peak brightness has to be 1000 nit which this TV sadly doesn't match therefore it isn't a 10 bit tv. The colour gamut on the Hisense isn't broad enough to meet specifications either.


​that is right. I don't think any hisense HDR meet either the brightness or a wife colour gamut. I don't think the standards require the TV to meet a % of rec2020 as even Samsung/LG/Panasonic etc with UHD HDR etc vary between 50-70% of the latest REC colour
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Is it worth paying £900 extra for 3D and LG quality, over the 65" Hisense?...
No

ok think i agree, it's more than double the price, think i may stick with my Hisense 65" K5510 order for £680..is 10-bit.


​8 bit
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selfridges voucher code 23rd to the 27th of November

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20% off most things and 10% off beauty and fragrance. Code is SELFCCE. Instore and online. Exclusions and terms will be available at http://www.selfridges.com/GB/en/content/cce from the 23rd November
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Nothing off for me
Last year was so much better, it was literally 20% off everything!!

Shame.
Hi everyone, am new on here and just had a quick question: what did I do wrong with my original posting of this code? Many thanks to anyone who can help! http://www.hotukdeals.com/vouchers/up-20-off-selfridges-american-express-vip-23-11-2016-27-11-2016-2552449
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BEAUTYBLENDER Pro.On.The.Go kit £27.50 (Huge Saving) @ Selfridges (free C&C)

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This set is a bargain because it has 4 different sizes of beauty blender(£12-16 each in other stores) and solid cleanser. You can buy the set for about £38-40 from other official beautyblender selle…
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Picked up on the weekend - seen it for sale in store at same price too if you happen to be in store.
Really good price
Thanks, ordered for gf's crimbo presents
Shame it's only free click and collect, great deal
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Eclectic Little Luxuries (Lancôme, YSL, Viktor & Rolf, Kiehls) Advent Calendar 2016 from SELFRIDGES £95.00+

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Yes fellas, it's expensive, but this should get you some major pre-Krimbo brownie points with the missus, if you've got the coin handy. I've been getting my missus this every year for a while now a…
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http://www.boots.com/en/Luxury-Beauty-Your-Beauty-Fairytale-Come-True-Advent-Calendar-2016-EXCLUSIVE-TO-BOOTS_1902818/
I had my eye on this.£85 at boots. Contents will vary i havent had a chance to compare. Selfridges one looks pretty too. 10% off at the mo. So its £76.50
So is what's being sold at Boots the same product as the op's post or something different? I know my wife would like something like this for xmas.
Look at my post 4 above yours (#4) and you'll see the differences.
Thanks for posting that - didn't see when I asked so that's very useful. Would think my wife would prefer perfumes so may go for the Selfridges one.
Never bought anything like this but do you feel this is a good price or is there a chance it'll be reduced in the run up to Xmas?
Price wise, there isn't really anything to compare it to, but one of your fellow HUKDers priced up the individual items and came to the conclusion it was good value.
No, it won't come down in price and it's highly likely to sell out within a couple of weeks (it has for the last 4 years and maybe more?). After the go OOS, they're usually £150+ on eBay.
Forgive me if I'm stating the obvious, but you do realise that this is an advent calendar? It's not really meant as a Christmas present for Christmas day.

Thanks for the very useful info. Actually, I didn't realise it's an advent calendar so perhaps not the best gift for Xmas day. I would really like to get something full of different miniatures so my wife can try things and decide what she wants full sized. I'll still consider buying this and tell her it's a nice early xmas present lol.
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http://www.boots.com/en/Luxury-Beauty-Your-Beauty-Fairytale-Come-True-Advent-Calendar-2016-EXCLUSIVE-TO-BOOTS_1902818/
I had my eye on this.£85 at boots. Contents will vary i havent had a chance to compare. Selfridges one looks pretty too. 10% off at the mo. So its £76.50
So is what's being sold at Boots the same product as the op's post or something different? I know my wife would like something like this for xmas.
Look at my post 4 above yours (#4) and you'll see the differences.
Thanks for posting that - didn't see when I asked so that's very useful. Would think my wife would prefer perfumes so may go for the Selfridges one.
Never bought anything like this but do you feel this is a good price or is there a chance it'll be reduced in the run up to Xmas?
Price wise, there isn't really anything to compare it to, but one of your fellow HUKDers priced up the individual items and came to the conclusion it was good value.
No, it won't come down in price and it's highly likely to sell out within a couple of weeks (it has for the last 4 years and maybe more?). After the go OOS, they're usually £150+ on eBay.
Forgive me if I'm stating the obvious, but you do realise that this is an advent calendar? It's not really meant as a Christmas present for Christmas day.

Edited By: cutthroat_jake on Oct 25, 2016 13:21: SP
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http://www.boots.com/en/Luxury-Beauty-Your-Beauty-Fairytale-Come-True-Advent-Calendar-2016-EXCLUSIVE-TO-BOOTS_1902818/
I had my eye on this.£85 at boots. Contents will vary i havent had a chance to compare. Selfridges one looks pretty too. 10% off at the mo. So its £76.50
So is what's being sold at Boots the same product as the op's post or something different? I know my wife would like something like this for xmas.
Look at my post 4 above yours (#4) and you'll see the differences.

Thanks for posting that - didn't see when I asked so that's very useful. Would think my wife would prefer perfumes so may go for the Selfridges one.

Never bought anything like this but do you feel this is a good price or is there a chance it'll be reduced in the run up to Xmas?
Your wife is a very lucky lady
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http://www.boots.com/en/Luxury-Beauty-Your-Beauty-Fairytale-Come-True-Advent-Calendar-2016-EXCLUSIVE-TO-BOOTS_1902818/
I had my eye on this.£85 at boots. Contents will vary i havent had a chance to compare. Selfridges one looks pretty too. 10% off at the mo. So its £76.50
So is what's being sold at Boots the same product as the op's post or something different? I know my wife would like something like this for xmas.
Yes it more or lessthe same.
If "more or less the same" means 9 totally different products out of 24, then yes, it's "more or less the same".
See post #4 for details.
Yeah more or less the same obviously oO
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lg eg910 v 55 oled tv £1,199.00 Selfridges

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Best price for this model from a reputable seller. 5 year warranty
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Call or email them, I got refunded within a few days. :D
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Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.
It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.
Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.
There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.
Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.
HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.
Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..

There's nothing really wrong with oled 4k HDR, all will remain and set the standard for all TVs to come, whether or not they become affordable is the big question.

http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/oled55e6-201604274285.htm
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Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.

There two HDR TV standards, one for LCD and one for OLED,

'But how can OLED, with its brightness issues, qualify for HDR compatibility which demands much higher brightness levels than standard TVs? Well, the UHD Alliance has got around the problem by introducing two standards:

STANDARD 1: More than 1,000 nits peak brightness and less than 0.05nits black level.

STANDARD 2: More than 540 nits brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level.

While standard one demands higher brightness and tolerates a higher black level, standard two tolerates a lower brightness and demands a lower black level. This means manufacturers looking to make LED HDR TVs, which most are, will abide by standard one, while OLED TVs will be able to gain the Ultra HD Premium label by conforming to standard two.

And that’s it. In the grand scheme of things, it won’t matter which type of TV you have as to whether it will be HDR compatible or not. But if you want to get technical, LED TVs will give you an HDR image with better peak brightness but less deep blacks, whiled OLED TVs will give you an HDR image with lower peak brightness but deeper blacks.


Read more at http://www.trustedreviews.com/opinions/hdr-tv-high-dynamic-television-explained#TCX8CbD1XTO3mLyk.99'
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Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
In your case, I agree that you should definitely hang on till at least the year 2050, hopefully by then all your SD sources will have converted to 4K and it will be worth your while watching the "Dave Channel" in glorious 4K X)
Nah 4k will have long gone by then (apart from adverts for it on Dave) ; it will be some other pointless feature - anything to avoid having to develop a great picture...(_;)
HDR is the biggest improvement in image quality since colour TV. The difference compared to normal 8-bit images is much more obvious than SD vs HD.
I have'nt seen HDR in the flesh but my gut feel is that it requires a better panel to get a good improvement in the picture; I can't see cheaper TVs being trully HDR compliant (Ultra HD Premium). I don't know if HDR inherently displays blacks better than normal LCD and whether or not OLED, would still has the advantage over HDR, in this area. HDR does seem though that it could be here to stay.
moob
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
afroylnt
Sharpharp
Whoever bought this, put your hands up because I want to laugh at you.
Only a mug would buy this first gen LG OLED effort (at any price)
Sure but only after you have finished laughting at the guilibility of the all the people who have brought 4k Tvs thinking it was a worth while feature over a better picture.
I'd laugh more that those people buying TVs without 4K. You don't pay a premium for 4K anymore.
Besides, there are plenty of 4K sources coming online. Most stuff in 4K is amazing. So stop laughing and go grab a Kleenex to wipe your tears. (_;)
So where can I get 4k for free? good for you believing all the marketing hype and paying extra for 4k sources; well done - at least you are helping the economy..
remember poor picture = poor picture even if its 4k, 8k, 16k, 32k, 64k, 128k etc
Awww, poor you. We could have a whip-round for you if you like?
Come out of the dark ages and get yourself a non-sky digital source with 1080p output..... you'll never regret it :)
Thank you for confirming my point; for many people its not worth the money and can lead to a poorer picture on SD sources.
When I am in the market for a 65" TV I will look for an OLED hdr one. 4K the new 3D?
So many contradictions in your statement.

It's highly unlikely you would be able to purchase anything other than 4k HDR panels now, never mind in the future.

Simply because the panel can display 4k resolution doesn't mean it isn't capable of scaling the source input to produce a good image.

There's not a massive amount of 4k material out there, but what is there isn't necessarily expensive. For example, to get Netflix 4k, it's £2 per month more than HD and you get more profiles. YouTube 4k is free.

Upscaling Blu-ray players are very competent at displaying 4k images from standard Blu-ray, which many people already own, prices start at around £50.

HDR could well be the standard that continues rather than 4k. To scale an sd signal well to 4k requires a good 4k tv; the cheaper ones don't scale that well.

Netflix has limited content. Personally I would be much more interested in watching 4k bluray films but I would much prefer oled and hdr than 4k and hdr; blacks rendered as dark grey are still dark grey regardless of whether it's 4k, 8k, 16k, 64k, 128k..
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65" 65EF950V LG OLED 4K TV £2,699.00 delivered @ Selfridges 5 year guarantee

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2.7k on a tele! don't get me wrong I am a massive tech fan. But in two years it will be old tech and worth £500 at best.
Ridiculous price for this TV compared to anywhere else! oOoOoO
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Would this upscale xhamster to 4K?
Its its native res, everything will be upscaled to match.

Perfect thank you.
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This is an absolute bargain....i paid 3.5k for mine 6 months ago and its fantastic...mine is a very good panel...but others have had problems


I'm jealous! Enjoy your telly! But there's no way on earth I could justify 3.5k on a telly
deal has expired can someone expire it?
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LG 55eg910 55" 1080p 3D Oled TV £1,199.00 @ Selfridges.com

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Cons: Not 4k so no HDR 10/12 or Dolby Vision - if you want/need 4k, this isn't for you. Pros: Blacks - are black and not grey Everything looks better than compared to LCD/LED. Great viewing…
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Cold NOT 4K


​You obviously didn't bother reading the opening post.
Cold NOT 4K
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Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty


Understand your point, that seems to have been RS price matching JL - who then removed the product altogether from their site and have not re-listed it since.

Unless you have a time machine, this is the cheapest with decent warranty - you could always ask RS for a price match I guess.

Edited By: pops1975 on Aug 07, 2016 22:52
Has been posted for £100 lower & 5/6 year warranty a few weeks ago - the cost of these should be decreasing, not increasing:

LG 55EG910 55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at Richer Sounds 6 Years Warranty

LG 55EG910 & 55EC930  55" Full HD 1080p OLED TV £1099 at John Lewis 5 Years Warranty
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Ordered, been watching for a couple of weeks. Wanted new TV for new premiership season next week. Thanks Pops1975

You're welcome Vespa123 - glad my post helped you!

Selfridges – A Department Store Legend

SelfridgesThe American Harry Gordon Selfridge founded Selfridges more than 100 years ago with the idea of creating what he called a "Theatre of retail". The flagship store, on London's Oxford Street, opened in 1909 and is today one of the most glamorous shopping locations in Britain. The store is renowned for its wide range of premium brands and for its women's and men's fashion departments. The January sale attracts bargain hunters from around the world. Selfridges now has three other stores. There are two in Manchester, one in the centre of the city at Exchange Square and one just outside the city at the Trafford Centre. A store in Birmingham, with striking contemporary architecture, opened in 2003 and Selfridges has also built a comprehensive online presence at www.selfridges.com. The Canadian investor Galen Weston bought Selfridges in 2003, with the aim of retaining and building on the illustrious history of Selfridges. A popular television series, 'Mr Selfridge', has dramatised the beginnings of the Selfridges story.

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Selfridges has four physical stores, with each having its own dedicated web page on selfridges.com . The flagship store is on London's Oxford Street while there are also stores at Manchester's Exchange Square, Manchester's Trafford Centre and in Birmingham.

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Product range and top brands at Selfridges.com

The Selfridges online shop at selfridges.com is, like the physical stores, divided into departments. The website's departments are:

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An "Inspiration" section offers furthermore weekly fashion ideas.

Selfridges features a wide range of the world's leading fashion brands. Among the top brands available are:

Deals at Selfridges

Selfridges has a permanent online Sales & Reductions page, which is always worth browsing for reductions in all departments of the store.

The best deals at Selfridges, however, are to be found in its sales which are held twice each year, once in winter and once in summer. Customers can learn the exact dates in advance by signing up to the company's mailing list at.

The store's January sale in particular attracts bargain hunters from around the world who queue up outside the Oxford Street store for the best bargains. Online shoppers are advised to login to the site as early as possible to locate the best deals.

Selfridges Sale

Ordering Products from Selfridges.com

Selfridges doesn't require customers to create an account when ordering and if you'd prefer, you can checkout as a guest. The store notes that should you choose to create an account, future orders can be placed faster and orders can be more easily tracked and amended.

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Most credit cards are accepted for payment at selfridges.com. The stores accepts: Visa Debit Cards, MasterCards, Visa Credit Cards, American Express Cards, Maestro Cards, Electron Cards, Creation Cards. PayPal is also accepted as payment.

Selfridges Shipping

The store's website automatically calculates delivery costs after customers enter the delivery postcode on the Checkout page. Depending on the item, standard delivery begins at £5. There's also the useful facility of selecting delivery on a nominated day and time, which is ideal for customers with a busy schedule. Charges for this service start at £8.

A Click and Collect service is also available, allowing customers to nominate a store where they'd like to pick up their orders. Orders placed before 22:00 can be picked up instore the next day from noon. This very useful service attracts no extra charge.

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Cancellations and Returns at Selfridges.com

Selfridges offers a full refund and returns service provided customers return goods within 28 days of delivery or instore collection of the items ordered. All products, the store stresses, must be both new and unused, with labels and tags intact. Products must be in their original packaging.

Returns and exchanges – even if customers have made their purchases online – can be made at any of the four department stores that Selfridges has throughout the UK. Don´t forget to take a note of your purchase with you.

For returns by post, customers should:

  1. Locate the returns label within the packaging of the original item.
  2. Fill in whats being returning and why.
  3. Peel the label off and attach to the exterior of the parcel.

If customers have lost the returns label, Selfridges have a helpful web page illustrating a printable label.

Parcels should then be forwarded to Selfridges using:

  • The Royal Mail for items valued below £250. This service is free when any Royal Mail Post Office is used.
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Selfridges undertakes to process all returns within 14 days.

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The store has an extensive social media presence, and is available on:

Selfridges Happy App

The whole product range of Selfridges with one finger tip? No problem with the Selfridges app. Officially called the Happy app, the application offers you:

How to Contact Selfridges

Selfridges has a customer services phone line that's open 7 days a week. The line is staffed from 9:00 to 22:00 Monday to Saturday and on Sundays between 10:00 to 18:00. From within the UK, customers should call 0800 123400, and from abroad +44 113 3698040. E-mails can be sent to [email protected] and for customers who prefer to write to Selfridges, the address is:

Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford Street
London,W1A 1AB
United Kingdom

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