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Refurbished Panasonic SC-HTB385EBK 2.1 Ch 250W Home Cinema Sound Bar £79.99 @ Panasonic / Ebay

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£79.99 @ eBay
First time posting please be nice. Panasonic refurbished product The new soundbar features two independent speakers and a powerful wireless subwoofer. Both units combined will fill your living r… Read More
First time posting please be nice. Panasonic refurbished product The new soundbar features two independent speakers and a powerful wireless subwoofer. Both units combined will fill your living r…
blinkandyoullmissit Avatar23h, 3m agoFound 23 hours, 3 minutes ago4 Comments
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New ay around £120. So refurbished at this price isnt much of a surprise. But for £80 its ok
Yes forgot to put that I'll add that now
Refurbished
*just seen there's only 5 available so be quick
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Panasonic NN-DF386 Flatbed Combination Microwave - Black £119.99 at Argos plus £10 voucher = £109.99, Plus free £50 knife set...... £200 + elsewhere

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£119.99 @ Argos
Panasonic feature packed 3-in-1 Combi Microwave oven with grill. Space-saving combination with flatbed technology, which provides approx 30% more usable cooking surface. Family size and large enough f… Read More
Panasonic feature packed 3-in-1 Combi Microwave oven with grill. Space-saving combination with flatbed technology, which provides approx 30% more usable cooking surface. Family size and large enough f…
rpope Avatar1d, 22h agoFound 1 day, 22 hours ago7 Comments
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OK. To claim the knife set it says you need to wait 35 days but you can register for a reminder email here: http://promotions.panasonic.co.uk/promotions/get_valid_campaigns


The promo is at the top of the list on this page: http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Browse/ID72/33016251/c_1/1|category_root|Home+and+garden|33005908/c_2/2|33005908|Kitchen+electricals|33007917/c_3/3|33007917|Microwaves|33013899.htm


HTH


Edited By: Whirly on Apr 29, 2017 13:37
Can anyone help me with the free knives link, it doesn't seem to work for me? Thanks
and free knife set worth £50! Seki Kobei
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Browse/ID72/33016251/c_1/1|category_root|Home+and+garden|33005908/c_2/2|33005908|Kitchen+electricals|33007917/c_3/3|33007917|Microwaves|33013899.htm
Panasonic NN-DF386 Flatbed Combination Microwave - Black


Edited By: WOOTWOOT1 on Apr 28, 2017 17:05
shalton
If you want a flat bed microwave, argos have one for £69.99. It doesn't have a drop forward door (just the usual hinged door) but I suppose it depends on what you are after.

This is a Combi Microwave oven with grill not just a microwave.
If you want a flat bed microwave, argos have one for £69.99. It doesn't have a drop forward door (just the usual hinged door) but I suppose it depends on what you are after.
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Panasonic NN-DS596BBP. £287.00 Steaming microwave/combi @ J Lewis, 2 year guarantee

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£287.00 @ John Lewis
Have been researching steam microwave/combis for the past six months or more as mine is packing up, this is the one i have been most taken with. Does everything i want and more besides, great reviews.… Read More
Have been researching steam microwave/combis for the past six months or more as mine is packing up, this is the one i have been most taken with. Does everything i want and more besides, great reviews.…
moorjock Avatar2d, 14h agoFound 2 days, 14 hours ago2 Comments
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Anyone else read that as a streaming microwave? Not only can it cook your food it keeps you entertained while it's doing it.

Edited By: Bilbo1968 on Apr 27, 2017 20:31
Cold voters, can you find it cheaper? Please direct me to the site i can get it from thanks
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Panasonic GX80 with Two Lenses (12-32mm and 35-100mm) - £549.00 @ CameraWorld

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£549.00 @ CameraWorld
Haven't seen this one for a while but they've said that they have only got a limited number...all new. Seen other shops at much higher price Read More
Haven't seen this one for a while but they've said that they have only got a limited number...all new. Seen other shops at much higher price
GeezerBeatz Avatar2d, 17h agoFound 2 days, 17 hours ago8 Comments
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TK42
lucky_jim
It is UK stock so Jessops should price match if you would rather use them.
Would be very suprised if you got better service from Jessops. Jessops used to be very good, but they couldn't really be bothered when I visited them last.
You as well.....?
Yea they used to be very good. With CameraWorld the delivery was a bit slow but this was my fault as I picked a drop of service via PayPal which confused things. The guys at Camereworld were in contact with me all the time, traced the parcel and had it re-directed. Would recomend them other Jessops.
TK42
lucky_jim
It is UK stock so Jessops should price match if you would rather use them.
Would be very suprised if you got better service from Jessops. Jessops used to be very good, but they couldn't really be bothered when I visited them last.
You as well.....?
lucky_jim
It is UK stock so Jessops should price match if you would rather use them.
Would be very suprised if you got better service from Jessops. Jessops used to be very good, but they couldn't really be bothered when I visited them last.
I checked with Jessops before picking one up at Cameraworld - they said they only had a few left and that they were probably display stock. even on jessops website it says not available at store
It is UK stock so Jessops should price match if you would rather use them.
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Panasonic Lumix FZ72 Camera £219.00 at Wilkinson Cameras (5 year warranty from Panasonic)

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£219.00 @ Wilkinson Cameras
Panasonic Lumix FZ72 bridge camera with 60x zoom only £219 at Wilkinson Cameras. They do free delivery too (over £100 anyway, so included in this). It's £349 at Currys!? You can also register it wi… Read More
Panasonic Lumix FZ72 bridge camera with 60x zoom only £219 at Wilkinson Cameras. They do free delivery too (over £100 anyway, so included in this). It's £349 at Currys!? You can also register it wi…
Stevo85 Avatar1w, 14h agoFound 1 week, 14 hours ago7 Comments
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Not a bad camera if you shoot in RAW and are prepared to spend a bit of time editing photos. Bought this a few months ago mainly for the large zoom and almost every picture needs some work to make it half decent. Still a good camera at this price though.
I bought this camera when it was going for £200 (I got it for £170 minus £30 cashback). I'm surprised the price has gone up, I would've thought this camera be below £160 by now.

Edited By: RiverDragon8 on Apr 23, 2017 13:07: edit
Mike_HUKD
mango.carrot
I bought this camera for £250 almost three years ago from Currys (after Panasonic cash back) - can't believe it's still this much. I've been reasonably happy with it, but honestly wish I'd spent a bit more and got a DSLR. Even more so after a recent trip to Iceland, where these are useless for the northern lights
I agree with you. Personally I see limited appeal in bridge cameras when there are great DSLR options now available at low prices. If you're going to lug around a big camera like this, you might as well have a DSLR that offers more flexibility for different occasions.

Different horses for different courses. It's like comparing tablets to laptops... depends what you want from it or what you want to use it for. If someone is looking for this style of camera it's a good price and it gets good reviews.
Panasonic Lumix FZ72 Black Value Kit £239.99
http://www.wilkinson.co.uk/panasonic-lumix-fz72-black-value-kit/

Kit Includes Panasonic Lumix FZ72, Panasonic Case, 16GB SDHC memory card, plus a free 3 Year warranty.
DSLR with 1200 mm lens would be a bit bigger and a bit more pricey...
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Panasonic Eneloop AAA 750mAh Rechargeable Battery Pack of 8 £10.75 @ Battery Force

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£10.75 @ Battery Force
This is the Panasonic official UK retailer. The Panasonic Eneloop Ready to Use rechargeable battery range is now available at Battery Force! The Panasonic Eneloop AAA Ready to Use 1900mAh batt… Read More
This is the Panasonic official UK retailer. The Panasonic Eneloop Ready to Use rechargeable battery range is now available at Battery Force! The Panasonic Eneloop AAA Ready to Use 1900mAh batt…
azure360 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago7 Comments
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Received mine today, thanks OP,
I read on a different thread about Chinese and Japanese Eneloop batteries, these are the Jap version which allegedly are the better ones.
Nope, the aaa pack 2x 4 does come out at £10.43
switcha
k0sh
OOS

This is still the case so I bought two packs of four instead. They were £5.49 each but the total was only £10.43 at checkout.


I tried the same and got a £20.86 total
k0sh
OOS

This is still the case so I bought two packs of four instead. They were £5.49 each but the total was only £10.43 at checkout.
OOS
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Panasonic Eneloop AA 1900mAh Rechargeable Battery Pack of 8 for £11.99 @ Battery Force

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£11.99 @ Battery Force
This is the Panasonic official UK retailer. The Panasonic Eneloop Ready to Use rechargeable battery range is now available at Battery Force! The Panasonic Eneloop AA Ready to Use 1900mAh batte… Read More
This is the Panasonic official UK retailer. The Panasonic Eneloop Ready to Use rechargeable battery range is now available at Battery Force! The Panasonic Eneloop AA Ready to Use 1900mAh batte…
azure360 Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago38 Comments
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Mine came today £11.39 , made in Japan 08/2016
sisqoboy2
I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.
You said these were overpriced and said you had bought these 2 days before. I'm not psychic!
sisqoboy2
I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.
Only if they are low self-discharge types.
I bought 4 lidl aa rechargeable batteries for £3 so this is how I compare this price.
Besford
Abbadon2001
worth considering this - its not as simple as lower voltage, almost all devices are designed to tolerate 1.2v, and see here:http://www.stefanv.com/electronics/using_nimh/nimh_vs_alkaline.gif
By and large that supports my experience too but I've got an older Roberts DAB radio which eats batteries (like all DABs do) and simply refuses to work properly at 4.8v. Not a common problem but worth being aware of before you throw out the device (as I nearly did).
And the SureFlap cat flap is an excellent product which works fine on LSD rechargeables... except the low battery LED flashes for six months at a time! :(
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Panasonic Eneloop (retain 70% charge for 5 years) AAA HR03 Rechargeable NiMH Batteries 8 Pack £11.69 delivered 7DayShop

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£11.69 @ 7dayShop
Stunningly good price for these excellent rechargeables - probably the best around. Money-saving and long-lasting, these rechargable NiMH eneloop batteries are ready to use out of the packet (pre-c… Read More
Stunningly good price for these excellent rechargeables - probably the best around. Money-saving and long-lasting, these rechargable NiMH eneloop batteries are ready to use out of the packet (pre-c…
Newbold Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago49 Comments
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matlock67
Just bought 8 AA Panasonic eneloops from battery force £11.39


Can't find them for that price can you link please
Just bought 8 AA Panasonic eneloops from battery force £11.39
spinks
Panasonic first introduced these type on 2014. How do we know they will have 70% charge in 5 years? oOhttp://www.realwire.com/releases/Panasonic-launches-new-eneloop-rechargeable-batteries
Same comment can be made about just about any lifetime guaranteed product. Google up on accelerated life testing....
£5.49 less 5% for 4. Got them within 2 days with a complimentary mint lol. Same place that was posted the other day for the AA's, dealt with them before.
Free delivery over £10. Panasonic agent Battery Force and they are the proper Japanese ones
bullet9t9
Can someone tell me which chargers I should get to charge these
Not sure if a cheap charger will affect the product. (Sorry if this is a daft question) thanks in advance
Not at all a daft question - very few people take the trouble to buy a decent charger, and these batteries deserve it. One of these should suit you very well:

https://www.7dayshop.com/products/7dayshop-pro-series-intelligent-lcd-aa-aaa-nimh-and-18650-li-ion-battery-charger-multismart-3000-wh2-ds-225

https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Household-Batteries-Battery-Chargers/XTAR-VC4-Battery-Charger/B01D8464S6/

The XTAR may well be available more cheaply elsewhere, but the Multismart 3000 can only be obtained from 7DayShop - though there are similar ones (usually dearer).
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Panasonic TX58DX700B 58 inch 4K ultra hD. (5 year warranty by redemption) £709.00 @ Hughes

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£709.00 @ Hughes
TX58DX700B 58" Smart Built-in Wi-Fi 4K Ultra HD LED TV with Freeview HD £709 after code 'easter40' for £40 off. http://www.m.hughes.co.uk/vision/televisions/pan-tx58dx700b/product Read More
TX58DX700B 58" Smart Built-in Wi-Fi 4K Ultra HD LED TV with Freeview HD £709 after code 'easter40' for £40 off. http://www.m.hughes.co.uk/vision/televisions/pan-tx58dx700b/product
luvadeal821 Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago8 Comments
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doctorblue
I would go with the Hisense...both 8 bit panels...


Can I ask why?
i would go for a branded name even though everyone gonna think f off to me
I would go with the Hisense...both 8 bit panels...
This or the Hisense 55" M7000 for £599?
alexjameshaines
local dimming, 8 bit, 350 nits.

8-bit and Nits?
https://encrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcSWvDIXWdVqBqlQXxANsnyu176bRDoU5yAMEelLi7AWC--Cckl5
http://cdn.images.express.co.uk/img/dynamic/1/590x/UK-675463.jpg
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Panasonic TX-50DX700B 50inch SMART 4K HDR LED TV - Refurbished £429.99 Panasonic eBay Outlet

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£429.99 @ eBay
Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty Read More
Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty
pavel76 Avatar2w, 8h agoFound 2 weeks, 8 hours ago3 Comments
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great deal
what is so special about this? you pay this price for a refurb, not voted
ordered. Nice one. Very nearly bought one of these yesterday for £580
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Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Smart TV - John Lewis £1,599.98

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£1599.98 @ John Lewis
Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D Read More
Includes 5 Year Guarantee Don't know much about TV's but the reviews are good and this is the cheapest I have seen since launch. What's your thoughts? Panasonic 58DX902B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD 3D
Darrencampbelluk Avatar2w, 13h agoFound 2 weeks, 13 hours ago11 Comments
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sbn976
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?
Chingford

Thanks.
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?


Chingford
pedant99
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200
Which branch?

Saw this at my Costco as well. Only display model left and I was offered £999 for it, which I declined given that the tv had probably been on for the best part of the last year.
sbn976
Saw this at Costco for £1200

Which branch?
biddilybah
pedant99
Slowly coming down in price as the 2017 models are about to buy the stands. Excellent reviews.
This will be the 2017 model too. ;)Click here

Thanks for the update. I had read that Panasonic were bringing out the 2017 range in Spring and foolishly assumed that the DX902 models would be replaced. DOH!
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PANASONIC VIERA TX58DX750B @ Richersounds - £899.00

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£899.00 @ Richer Sounds
PANASONIC VIERA TX58DX750B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview Play Plus 6 year Guarantee Read More
PANASONIC VIERA TX58DX750B 58 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR 3D Smart LED TV Freeview Play Plus 6 year Guarantee
englands28 Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago2 Comments
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Why so cold?
Picture

Screen Size 58
HD Ready Y
1080p Full HD Ready Y
Pixel Resolution 3840 x 2160
Contrast Ratio NA
Brightness NA
Response Time NA
Motion Processing 1800Hz BMR IFC
LED Backlight Edge LED
3D TV Y
2D/3D Conversion Y
Number of 3D Glasses Included None
Analogue Tuner Y
Freeview Y
Freeview HD Y
Freesat HD N
Active/Passive Glasses 3DTV Active
Local Dimming Yes - Edge
4K Ultra HD Y
Twin Tuners N
OLED N
Curved Screen N
Freetime N
Ultra HD Premium N
YouView N
HDR Y
Freeview Play Y
Panel Bit Depth 10 bit (8 bit + FRC)
Sound

Analogue Audio Output N
Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical
Speakers Y
Connections

HDMI 4 (HDCP 2.2 - 2)
USB 3
USB Video Playback Y
USB Recording Y
Scart Sockets No
Component Y
PC Input N
DVI N
Headphone Socket Y
ARC - Audio Return Channel Y
HDMI 2.0 Y
Networking

DLNA Compliant Y
Wireless Connection Yes
Web Applications Y
BBC iPlayer Y
Full Web Browser Y
Dual Core Processor N
Quad Core Processor Y
NFC No
Octa Core N
Netflix 4K Streaming Y
Green Credentials

Eco Friendly N
Power Consumption - Standby 0.3/0.5
Power Consumption - Normal Use 113
Energy Efficiency Rating A
Power Consumption - Annual 156
General

Remote Control Y
Stand Yes - Fixed
Wall Mount Required VESA - 400 x 200
Dimensions excluding stand 1290 x 753 x 41
Dimensions including stand 1290 x 813 x 376
Weight 23/24.5
Integrated DVD Player N
Touch Screen No
Voice Activated TV Yes
Model Number of 3D glasses supplied/required TYER3D6ME
Camera No
Gesture Control No
Smartphone Remote Y
Outer Box Dimensions 1571 x 857 x 189
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CO-OP electrical Panasonic TX58DX700B Silver - 58Inch 4K UHD HDRw Int Freeview Play, 3x HDMI £699.99 with code EAS60

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£699.99 @ Co-op Electrical
Use code EAS60 to save £60 Bring a natural picture quality to your TV with the amazing DX700B series from Panasonic. Bringing you a life-like picture quality to your living room with a picture resolut… Read More
Use code EAS60 to save £60 Bring a natural picture quality to your TV with the amazing DX700B series from Panasonic. Bringing you a life-like picture quality to your living room with a picture resolut…
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Panasonic hair&beard trimmer 20£ cheaper! £59.99 @ Argos

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£59.99 @ Argos
Hi, I just bought this one for 59.99£ from Argos and is the same model they sell for 79.99£, just different name, but still the S511 model you see in description of the model they sell fpr 79.99£ Read More
Hi, I just bought this one for 59.99£ from Argos and is the same model they sell for 79.99£, just different name, but still the S511 model you see in description of the model they sell fpr 79.99£
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PANASONIC 49" FULL HD SMART LED TV - £349.00 @ Argos

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originally £349 but with 10.5% cashback with TOPCASHBACK it comes to roughly £312 hoping to get some heat in here as my previous posts havent done very well. Read More
originally £349 but with 10.5% cashback with TOPCASHBACK it comes to roughly £312 hoping to get some heat in here as my previous posts havent done very well.
blundy_5 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago30 Comments
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Goodvishk
Cashback code TOPCASHBACK not working on Argos

That's not a code that you use on the Argos site. It's the name of a website that you have to click through and they will give you the money in a few months time. In theory.


Thanks for explaining to the newbie. Placed order now
Goodvishk
Cashback code TOPCASHBACK not working on Argos

That's not a code that you use on the Argos site. It's the name of a website that you have to click through and they will give you the money in a few months time. In theory.
Cashback code TOPCASHBACK not working on Argos
once_upon_a_tyne
blundy_5
What advice?? Tyne was clearly belittling and sarcastic.
Post comments to help people, not to help you onto your already high horse.
Hi there.
Belittling? Rather.
Sarcastic? Erm, no. It's only sarcastic if you took from "Blundy_5... Not a bad deal, but I wouldn't be over concerned with heat, or begging for it. Thanks for posting though!" a meaning og:
"A bad deal, I would be concerned with heat, and begging for it is a great idea. Wish you hadn't posted".
No, my meaning was exactly as typed, thus not sarcastic.
This post is also belittling though. It is also not sarcasm.
"You have a great understanding of sarcasm" IS me being sarcastic.
K.H. of the week!
It has two tuners so its quite a good spec; yes I am sure you can get a better picture if you pay more then you might as well go for OLED / FALD rather than the TVs with poor backlights (and nearly all have poor backlights)

Anyone have this TV? some reviews complained that the screen sort of seemed visually as though it were 'a bit dirty'? and no that was'nt just from watching porn...
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PANASONIC VIERA TX-49DX650B Smart 4k Ultra HD 49" LED TV - £479.00 at Currys

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Currys are having an Easter Mega sale with 100's of deals at Black Friday prices apparently. £200 off the PANASONIC VIERA TX-49DX650B Smart 4k Ultra HD 49" LED TV. seems like quite a decent price as a… Read More
Currys are having an Easter Mega sale with 100's of deals at Black Friday prices apparently. £200 off the PANASONIC VIERA TX-49DX650B Smart 4k Ultra HD 49" LED TV. seems like quite a decent price as a…
roscoeward Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days ago24 Comments
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JumpMan1980
It's not meaningless to me - it is a matter of perspective - I want a TV to 'show off' my PS4 Pro's ability - I have been led to believe 10 bit HDR is something I want to ensure the TV I choose has. Is that not correct as far as your're concerned?
I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.
The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness).
The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).
HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.
LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.
Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched.
8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen.
The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.
If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.

This was brilliant, thank you. Very knowledgeable. Much appreciated. :{
can anyone help has anyone bought a tv or heard of this website its so cheap( pixeltelevisions.co.uk)
EndlessWaves
JumpMan1980
It's not meaningless to me - it is a matter of perspective - I want a TV to 'show off' my PS4 Pro's ability - I have been led to believe 10 bit HDR is something I want to ensure the TV I choose has. Is that not correct as far as your're concerned?
I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.
The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness).
The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).
HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.
LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.
Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched.
8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen.
The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.
If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.
Expert on Dimness!
JumpMan1980
It's not meaningless to me - it is a matter of perspective - I want a TV to 'show off' my PS4 Pro's ability - I have been led to believe 10 bit HDR is something I want to ensure the TV I choose has. Is that not correct as far as your're concerned?

I suppose a 10-bit panel works as a crude filter for good HDR hardware because it's an expensive technology with minor benefit so it's only found in high end TVs that can afford such things. And high end TVs also have good HDR hardware.

The core of HDR is the High Dynamic Brightness Range. For LCDs this is the ability of the backlight to brighten and dim in sections independent of the LCD panel. That gives you the ability to have the normal picture over most of the screen, but also have things like lightsources, glints or explosions that are brighter than a white surface (which is normally the maximum brightness).

The finer the control that the backlight provides, the better. A high end TV at the moment has around 500 dimming zones (the KS7000 has ten).

HDR content is encoded in 10-bit colour depth because that gives 1024 shades of brightness instead of the normal 256. This doesn't mean four times the brightness range though, these are the number of divisions between black and white. The brightness in white is defined by what is called the gamma curve and HDR introduces a new one called Perceptual Quantization which is what gives it the higher brightness range.

LCDs work in a similar way. A 10-bit panel has an identical black and white level to an 8-bit one, it just splits it up more finely. It's great if you're working with subtle graduations of colour - the greyscale monitors that doctors examine x-rays on have been 10-bit for years.

Having more shades in the existing brightness range is of limited benefit to HDR though, I think a lot of it's benefit in that area comes from the ability to get a more exact shade during this transition period between colour gamuts, where the standards, content and TV colour gamut are all likely to be mismatched.

8-bit panels typically use dithering, using adjacent pixels of similar colours to produce that colour when viewed from far enough away. And 'far enough away' is a very short distance with the tiny size of the pixels on a 4K screen.

The extra brightness range on LCDs is created by backlight control, not the LCD panel. You want a backlight that can deliver that brightness to the spots requested and electronics that are good at both dividing the work between LCD and backlight and good at approximating content that the TV can't display. HDR specifies wider brightness and colour ranges than any TV on the market can currently display.

If you want a single number that specifies HDR quality, then the number of dimming zones is often a pretty good approximation right now.
Here's a review of the Samsung TV posted earlier in this thread - I am still thinking it is the one for me at my current budget, with an intention of seeing what a ps4 pro 'can do' - https://www.avforums.com/review/samsung-ks7500-ue55ks7500-uhd-4k-tv-review.12590
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Panasonic LUMIX TZ60 Digital Camera - £219.00 @ John Lewis

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Hi all, I'm looking for a digital camera and this looks to fit my budget and needs but I've come across the Sony HX60 for £180. Just wondering which would be the best one out of the two?


Where did u see the Sony for £180?
Back to £249 at JL - expire please!
Myself and OH have been using a Sony dsc-hx10v in conjunction with iPhones for a long time. We use it for anything that needs a wide angle (it's wider than an iPhone) or zooming in, where iPhones immediately lose resolution. We've been doing quick transfer to phone for chat, etc, via a Flashair SD WiFi card. It's been a good solution but this TZ60 deal has persuaded us to jump and it arrived yesterday.

The TZ60 does not seem as solid as our old white Sony or even as attractive looking, but I'm hoping we won't have to stop down the exposure settings all the time to stop highlights bleaching out as with the Sony. The WiFi on the TZ60 is super unintuitive to set up (compared to the Flashair) and I can only so far get the Direct WiFi mode to work. Once you get the process, it's OK to transfer and photos go straight to iPhone photo library.

What sets the TZ60 apart is the viewfinder, use right eye for it to avoid getting grease spots on the camera display, but it's great.

Edited By: buglawton on Apr 27, 2017 10:20
SalmanOrange
I have the same issue as some other people, is it worth getting this for travelling if I've got an iPhone 7 plus?
the issue you have is actually the fact you dont seem to know what the camera does vs your phone
your phone takes a picture
the camera takes a picture, or one massively zoomed in or anywhere in between
if no need to zoom then little point imo (in this camera anyway)

Edited By: brilly on Apr 25, 2017 22:57
I have the same issue as some other people, is it worth getting this for travelling if I've got an iPhone 7 plus?
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Panasonic NN-ST479SBPQ stainless steel auto sensor microwave oven for £89.99 down from £140 @ Amazon

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great microwave and price - don't get why people are voting cold
Microwave is fine however the push button which opens the door is weakest part which broke within 2 months. It's held by very thin plastic.
NATHANDRAKEUNCHARTED
Some dodgy reviews of that Micro, must be why they are selling it at such a low price..
Apparently, don't cook popcorn in it.


It has been around £130-140 for the past 12 months on Amazon, with a brief £150 high and £116 low. So pretty good price :)

It has a 4 out of 5 rating. But, as I have bought a microwave oven recently, I didn't spend much time reading the reviews for this one.

Mainly highlighting the price drop :{


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Edited By: Belga on Mar 30, 2017 02:12: Typo
Some dodgy reviews of that Micro, must be why they are selling it at such a low price..

Apparently, don't cook popcorn in it.
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Panasonic DS500B 49 Inch Full HD Smart LED TV - £314.10 with code @ eBay / Argos

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looks like a good deal fairly good reviews on Amazon main issue is the menu system is reported to be slow.
it has twin tuners so can record 2 programmes at once I think.

And ideal if you have no plans to buy quality 4k feeds...
this is far betrer than the sharp 4k deal that was on here the other day (I have a sharp 32" and the sound is pants)

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or is it cblfal2 compatible???
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Panasonic SD-2511B Multi-Function Bread Maker - Black £96.99 - Deal of the day @ Amazon

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If I didn't have one, I would buy this in an instant.

Yes, me too! Thanks OP.
Voted hot - Panasonic really are the best bread machines. We have an older model and use it all the time - mainly for dough but for baking at the weekends. I have had branded and unbranded machines but Panasonic is streets ahead. I don't know how they do it, as you would think it is quite an uncomplicated thing to do.

If I didn't have one, I would buy this in an instant.
zizzles
I can't understand why this deal is so cold. It's a great machine at a very keen price

LOL! You still have a lot to learn about HUKD then.
If it's over £10, it's probably not a deal.
If you can buy what comes out of it (or a vague imitation thereof) for 10p from a discount supermarket, it's cold.
If it has wheels and is over £1k, it's expensive. If it's a bicycle and it's over £100 then you're just 'avin a laarf.
ect.

I picked one up almost a year ago for £84.99, bargainlicious. I still struggle occasionally to make decently risen wholemeal and sourdough, but the others come out great - white, half/half, panettone, cheese/tomato bread, olive bread, raisin bread, etc.

Edited By: sergiup on Mar 29, 2017 08:31
I can't understand why this deal is so cold. It's a great machine at a very keen price
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49" 4K Ultra HDR with WiFi Panasonic Viera 49DX600B LED Smart TV, 49" With Freeview HD with 5 years Guarantee John Lewis for £499.00

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2 year old 4k tv ....hmm and it doesnt have hdr
It's a 2016 model (DX) - I have the 40". The EX range for 2017 just arriving in the shops now, hence the bargain price. I also have a 700B which does have HDR but with so little HDR content around you are probably going to happy with the 600B for a year or two at least. The 40" is a great set (What Hifi best buy) so I guess the 49" will be just as good.


if you have a 4k set AND a 4k player , you want hdr . my 40 " 6550 samsung has hdr . its not perfect, but it does it. And thats nearly 2 years old. And that cost me £408 back then
TALON1973
2 year old 4k tv ....hmm and it doesnt have hdr
It's a 2016 model (DX) - I have the 40". The EX range for 2017 just arriving in the shops now, hence the bargain price. I also have a 700B which does have HDR but with so little HDR content around you are probably going to happy with the 600B for a year or two at least. The 40" is a great set (What Hifi best buy) so I guess the 49" will be just as good.
You have HDR in the title, yet from the description:

HDR Information

No
2 year old 4k tv ....hmm and it doesnt have hdr
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Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £1,199.99 @ Panasonic ebay outlet

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The 2017 models should be out in a couple of months which may be why Panasonic are getting rid of last year's models.
The price of a new 58DX902B has fallen by about £200 to £1649 at John Lewis in the past couple of weeks.
Wait for couple months more and get new one for same price with 5 years warranty. New model came up already just wait ;)
'Posted before at £1299.99'
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If it drops another £100 you 'might' buy it

last week price was 1299. I edited that thread before making this one assuming that I can post it as a new deal. It turns out that you cannot do that.

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£499 at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee.


No brainier. Voted cold for that very reason. Sorry op
£499 at John Lewis with 5 year guarantee.
I have this TV. it's great for less than £400.
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Panasonic SD-2501 WXC Automatic Breadmaker - White - £85.99 -Deal of the day @ Amazon

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Thank you, tried this with aldi ingredients, and and no sugar anď it came out nice. Feel a lot more confident now to try it again. Appreciate your guidance & time.

That's great.
When I first started using it I forgot to put the water in once and another time I forgot the salt (I still do this occasionally, it doesn't taste good).

Try a wholemeal loaf, I prefer half white flour and half wholemeal flour.
So I would do the same 4.5 hours program
Yeast 1 tsp
Strong White Flour 200g
Strong Wholemeal Flour 200g
Olive Oil 2 tbsp
Salt 1 tsp
Water 260 mL

And I put the timer on so that it finishes in the morning.
I've also been substituting cold-pressed rapeseed oil for the olive oil.
Try the French bread recipe / program, its something like 6 hours though.
mrunderhill2
t002236
Bought one of these some time ago, but the recipes look complicated! Any quick guides for a simple starter loaf??
The manual does look quite daunting.
Try the Easy Ciabatta - Menu ‘09’ (on model SD-2500 it's menu ‘08’) (4hr 30min)
Yeast 1 tsp
Strong White Flour 500 g (1 lb 2 oz)
Sugar 1 tsp
Olive Oil 3 tbsp
Salt 1 tsp
Water 310 mL
Get a new sachet of yeast, it goes off/stale.
Buy supermarket own label bread flour, I get more consistent results when baking a loaf in a machine.*
Take the bread pan out of the machine.
Put all the ingredients in, in the order listed.
Put the pan back in, shut the lid.
Press the Menu button until 09 is displayed
Press Start
After 4.5 hours use oven gloves to take the pan out, use a shaking motion to get the bread out.
Leave the bread on a wire rack to cool
Personally I wouldn't add sugar. And I would make a smaller loaf e.g. 400 g flour with 250ml water.
*The reason why I recommend supermarket flour is because Allinson flour doesn't have any additives to make up for the varying amounts of protein / gluten? I'm not sure. When baking by hand you can see if the dough has risen enough, but a machine assumes the loaf has risen after a certain amount of time. I've had loaves collapse and couldn't work out why.Allinson Strong White Bread Flour Ingredients - Wheat Flour (with Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin)
vsEssential Waitrose Strong White Bread Flour ingredients - Fortified Wheat Flour (Wheat Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Wheat Gluten, Flour Treatment Agent Ascorbic Acid
It is against my better judgement to recommend ingredients with additives, but it seems better compared to the ingredients for a white loaf.
Hovis soft white - Wheat Flour (with added Calcium, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Water, Yeast, Soya Flour, Salt, Preservative: E282, Emulsifiers: E471, E472e, Flour Treatment Agent: Ascorbic Acid


Thank you, tried this with aldi ingredients, and and no sugar anď it came out nice. Feel a lot more confident now to try it again. Appreciate your guidance & time.
Just buy a loaf of Warburtons for 50p
Great bit of kit. I'm using mine now (seeded wholemeal loaf, takes 3 hours).
One of my favourite kitchen ornaments from the 80's along with the Breville toasted sandwich maker .
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Panasonic ER-GN30 Nose, Ear and Facial Hair Trimmer, £11.39 from 7dayshop.com

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I'd rate this as the best noise hair trimmer I've ever had. Still going good after 2 years.
my old Philips NT3160/10 Nose Hair Trimmer broke today, this Panasonic seems a much better option
I'd rate this as the best noise hair trimmer I've ever had. Still going good after 2 years.
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John lewis Panasonic Viera 58DX700B LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 58" With Freeview Play, Built-In Wi-Fi & Art Of Interior Switch Design £699.00 John Lewis

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From that review
"we did have some issues relating to the motion handling of the 58DX700 where we would observe what looked like frames being dropped every so often. we found it more and more distracting, as time went by, and definitely our biggest bugbear with this particular TV. It is something we saw in last year’s Panasonics but it seems to have worsened. the effect which is somewhat akin to someone pressing pause/fast forward/pause/fast forward.. on the remote in very rapid order."
Has anyone else noticed this? I've seen it before on movies(not on this TV), it's was very noticeable and annoying, had something to do with the refresh rate not matching the source material so it would skip frames and makes the scenes feel like a stop start animation. Couldn't put up with that if I bought this (£749 now from AO)
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deanos
Is this a rebadged vessel
Yes it was previously the HMS LG
Marked this as liked when I didn't. Intended to reply (wasn't looking) pretty dumb comment to a valid question. No, I don't think it is a Vestel. Only the 48" were at one time.That may have changed since tho
Sigh... Phil, read the comment again will you please, I was making light of an innocent spelling mistake. I doubt Deano's ego has been bruised as a result but apparently yours has on his behalf.

It is indeed a valid question and a standard one on a Panasonic thread. I never said otherwise did I?
Yeah. Right you are. Sorry about that
Just thought you were trying to be a tit.
Then noticed the spelling mistake.
Whoops ! :D
philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
No, I believe it is a genuine Panny. Yeah Panasonic did their reputation permanent harm with the 48" Vestels
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philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
Yeah, looks like expired now... been working 2 hours ago
no it wasn't i checked thats why i put comment 25 but nice try
Code was not advertised on their site but still working when I tried... never mind, expired anyway. Shame as it was a great price for nice tv...
pavel76
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philnwl
Beware at this price it's likely to be made by Turkish firm Vestel and badged Panasonic under licence .
You have never posted any deal here but trying to say this is Vestel. If you have no knowledge - don't speak and make a mess please. Only lower end models like CX400 were made by Vestel... 58DX700 was £1200 on release,so £699 is a great deal.
Richersounds still have it for £699 after FLASH100 code with 6 year warranty
that code finished
Yeah, looks like expired now... been working 2 hours ago
no it wasn't i checked thats why i put comment 25 but nice try
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Panasonic TX-58DX902B 58 inch SMART 3D 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £1199 @ Panasonic ebay outlet £1,199.99

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OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.
I concur. Whilst i would have loved a big OLED (who wouldn't) I have a Sammy 7000, budgets being budgets. That said, i spent a lot of time playing with models from Sony, Panny, Sammy and LG. As a rough parallel i liken OLED vs LCD comparisons to the old old plasma vs LCD. OLED is superior in most areas, but not HDR performance in my opinion. They lack the brightness, thus the dynamic performance, and to my eyes colour tends to go a little on tilt too.
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I am no TV expert at all but would it not make more sense to buy a brand new OLED TV for this price - first thing come up in google was an LG OLED brand new 55 inch for £1199.00

OLEDs are great for a lot of content, but they're not quite as good at HDR as flagship LCDs yet.
pavel76
Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???

Yep 4 figures tech better be guaranteed for 5+ years.
This is a great tv - panasonics flagship model of 2016. I bought mine new in November and love it. I have friends with 50-65" lg oleds and this is better especially at standard tv. 3d (even though nothing special and end of an era) is superb. 4k quality is just another level. Plus its 10 bit panel and hdr. Great specs tv which has not had a huge marketing campaign to flog it. Bit of an unsung hero i reckon. As i bought new direct from panny i got a 6 year warranty and even though i got it on offer at £1799 i am not bothered about this saving as i am over the moon with the tv
Over a grand for Tv with only 12 months warranty ???
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Panasonic TX50DX700B £599.00 @ Hughes.co.uk

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2.5% Quidco also.


Forgot about cash back. 3.15% on topcashback too
2.5% Quidco also.
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Panasonic TX40DX700 4K TV + DMP-UB700 4K Bluray player £638.00 C&C at Hughes

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I have these now and they're very good. But they need good HDMI leads too. My old ones weren't up to the job.
Bluray player is £399 on it's own and TV is around £650 elsewhere. Hot!
TX40EX700 is £799 ...a bit steep
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ronmanager
The one I'm nearest to is Rochester trading estate and it doesn't open at the weekend at all?
Use their store finder here to see if there is any others nearby: http://www.hughes.co.uk/storefinder

I'm one step ahead and already checked. Crawley and Eastbourne stores are no longer open. Nearest one is Colchester and that is almost in Belgium from where I am. Going with Richer Sounds. Still arguing with JL!
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The one I'm nearest to is Rochester trading estate and it doesn't open at the weekend at all?
Use their store finder here to see if there is any others nearby: http://www.hughes.co.uk/storefinder
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Well I've clicked 'Expire', so can a few of you do the same?
Maybe you missed my word? The clue's in it :)
Ah, they've had their supper now :)
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OOS, come on Mods do your job.
Well I've clicked 'Expire', so can a few of you do the same?
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It's probably supper time :)
OOS, come on Mods do your job.
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Very easy, just sent a message through eBay. Arranged for DPD to do an exchange a few days later, can't fault the CS, new unit is okay so far.

Edited By: stewie on Apr 01, 2017 15:09
stewie
Well sadly mine popped tonight and turned itself off. Finally came on briefly, flashed a f61 error and then turned off. Not turned on since....beginning to wonder if this is why they had so many refurbs to sell!
Mine has also just turned itself off and wont come back on. Have you returned yours yet, if so was it easy?
Well sadly mine popped tonight and turned itself off. Finally came on briefly, flashed a f61 error and then turned off. Not turned on since....beginning to wonder if this is why they had so many refurbs to sell!
thanks callum it doesn't detect the hdmi it only works with the optical and when i enable the anytime + the only device it shows up it just says tuner should it be saying something relating to the soundbar
barjami
ours didn't recognise the hdmi in the arc ports only works with the optical , how can I get my TV remote to control volume etc... I've got a Samsung tv and anytime+ is enabled
the remote supplied does work but could do without having an extra remote
Make sure your hdmi cable is at least V1.4 (Hdmi + ethernet).
Try plugging a source into soundbar input hdmi then arc port to arc port on your tv. Power everything off and on and see if its detected.

Looks like ARC is hit and miss across everything.

Edited By: callum84 on Mar 24, 2017 18:08
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Panasonic Ebay Outlet - TX-65DX902B £1,499.99

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£1499.99 @ eBay
Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty New selling around £2230. Excellent reviews: http://www.whathifi.com/panasonic/tx-65dx902b/review http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio… Read More
Officially Refurbished – 12 Month Manufacturer Warranty New selling around £2230. Excellent reviews: http://www.whathifi.com/panasonic/tx-65dx902b/review http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio…
shariifi Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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12 months warranty lol
For long time it is there but for 1 year warranty it comes normally 5 years warranty and free 4k player if you buy from PCWorld
Good price, but my experience of using this business didn't leave a good impression.
HDTVTest Review here too.
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Refurbished Panasonic TX-58DX700B 58 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD LED TV Built In Freeview Play £599.00 @ Panasonic eBay Store

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For the make, price, size and specs I feel this is a great dealargos currently selling for £250 more, has some user reviews on there http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269822? Read More
For the make, price, size and specs I feel this is a great dealargos currently selling for £250 more, has some user reviews on there http://www.argos.co.uk/product/5269822?
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superleeds27
I've heard a few horror stories about their outlet store!

Mine would be one. The refurbished TV broke after about six months, so they collected it for repair. All fine, however, after the period of time it should've taken (about 14 working days IIRC) had gone I chased them up, only to be told they didn't know where my TV was. They not only lost it somewhere between the lorry and the workshop, but they refused to give me a refund as it was outside the allotted period and couldn't give me any indication as to when I might get the TV back.

If it doesn't go wrong, you'll be fine, but I found the level of bullish ineptitude in their customer service to be frightening.
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dmm1000
vestel or japan produced ?
The 700 is where Panasonic start making their own models - anything below this is Vestel.
Source?
They're certainly not generic Vestel sets with a Panasonic badge on them. You only have to look at the DX600 to see that it uses Panasonic's stand design and Panasonic's Smart TV system.
They're clearly Panasonic models even if they're sourcing some components from Vestel.
Look at the rear image of the DX 600 and below, layout exactly matches generic Vestels including the telltale slot for a 3 pin plug. Also google the Vestel catalogue for manufacturers, they can add custom stands etc as required. It's widely known they are Vestels just like the bottom of the range Toshiba, Hitachi, Blaupunkt, Celcus, Digihome etc etc etc
Panasonic stopped using Vestel in 2015. Everything since is from Japan, even the low-end DS/DX models.
(Source: brother works for Panasonic)

Their European market TV's are assembled in the Czech Republic.
Nujol
EndlessWaves
N1Andy
dmm1000
vestel or japan produced ?
The 700 is where Panasonic start making their own models - anything below this is Vestel.
Source?
They're certainly not generic Vestel sets with a Panasonic badge on them. You only have to look at the DX600 to see that it uses Panasonic's stand design and Panasonic's Smart TV system.
They're clearly Panasonic models even if they're sourcing some components from Vestel.
Look at the rear image of the DX 600 and below, layout exactly matches generic Vestels including the telltale slot for a 3 pin plug. Also google the Vestel catalogue for manufacturers, they can add custom stands etc as required. It's widely known they are Vestels just like the bottom of the range Toshiba, Hitachi, Blaupunkt, Celcus, Digihome etc etc etc

Panasonic stopped using Vestel in 2015. Everything since is from Japan, even the low-end DS/DX models.
(Source: brother works for Panasonic)
ccraiggould
if only it didnt have the bloody wide base stands :( add the price of a new AVstand onto the tv cost.still a bloody good price though.so heat from me.
scrap that comment.according to AV forums the foot position can be changed :)

I have this set and can confirm there are an inner and and outer mounts. More than happy with the set, pics via Sky or BT Ultra look excellent to me.
N1Andy
EndlessWaves
N1Andy
dmm1000
vestel or japan produced ?
The 700 is where Panasonic start making their own models - anything below this is Vestel.
Source?
They're certainly not generic Vestel sets with a Panasonic badge on them. You only have to look at the DX600 to see that it uses Panasonic's stand design and Panasonic's Smart TV system.
They're clearly Panasonic models even if they're sourcing some components from Vestel.
This is what I was told by the rep in Curry's at Tottenham Court Road a few months back when I was looking at the DX650, and I was aware that Vestel made some Panny models so assumed it to be correct.......however, a bit of google seems to make it quite unclear now (it looks like the suggestion might be based around the DX600/650 using an IPS panel rather than VA panel) - so if I've been told incorrectly then I do apologise and will edit my prior comments to make it clear that it isn't a fact but possibility.

This also further emphasises the mistake that Panasonic have made in allowing any of their sets to be touched by Vestel (or any other third party).



I own a dx600 and a dx700. They both have VA panels and neither are Vestel.
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Panasonic EW-DE92-S811 Ionic Electric Toothbrush, Inc delivery £39.99 @ Shavers

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£105.30 @ Amazon, £199.99 @ Boots. 4.5% Quidco. Read More
£105.30 @ Amazon, £199.99 @ Boots. 4.5% Quidco.
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I've had three sonicare brushes in a row that died before a year was up. Philips always replaced then without a problem but they are rubbish. I am using another brand next time...
I'm on my 3rd Diamond clean in 18 months, battery life is terrible.
I've had three sonicare brushes in a row that died before a year was up. Philips always replaced then without a problem but they are rubbish. I am using another brand next time...
Rino125p
I have missed that :(
any similar deal for ultrasonic toothbrush?
Tesco Outlet have the same brush for £49.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Panasonic-Sonic-Vibration-EW-DE92-S811-Rechargeable-Ionic-Toothbrush-White-/401288338156
If you add an eligible item, cheapest is £5, you get 10% off, making it £48.60.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/sme/tesco_outlet/Extra-10-off-when-you-buy-2/so.html?_soffid=5016545604&_soffType=OrderSubTotalOffer&_sid=2048038&_sop=2
There was an older head variety PowerUp (Sonicare's battery range) that got rave reviews and was apparently as powerful (31,000 strokes) as the rechargeables at the time. Sonicare's current PowerUp range gets pretty bad reviews if I remember right. Powered by 2 x AAs.

It was the Xtreme Power E3000 https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Battery-Operated-Toothbrush/dp/B00KBJE5RO (problems with leaking, though, think using Vaseline as a "seal" may help).
One review from 2016 says: "Discontinued in favor of far inferior successor Philips has yet to replace these with a suitable and comparable performing BATTERY POWERED edition from any line of the Sonicare models before or since.
I much prefer these to even the flagship more expensive models that carry inherently less reliable power designs as they all use the same lithium ion technology that by nature degrades over time and extended use."


More reviews: https://www.amazon.com/Philips-Sonicare-Xtreme-e3000-Toothbrush/dp/B000GZAH9I/ref=pd_sbs_194_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=F72MQCQ63CJ0YJJHDF1P#customerReviews (they also recommend removing the batteries after use, as they seem to constantly drain)

This comment, re Sonicare rechargeable models and the type of batteries used, is interesting (no idea if it's true): https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-reviews/R2WM4OGES7IV2U/ref=cm_cr_getr_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B000FED5E4

The HX3351/HX3881 were maybe later models (?) http://www.usa.philips.com/c-p/HX3351_02/sonicare-xtreme-battery-sonicare-toothbrush/reviewandawards

So it can be done. Have Philips underpowered the newer battery models on purpose (?) to make us buy more? Probably.

As the Xtreme/Simply Clean battery models are discontinued, they go for crazy prices on ebay.

Edited By: louiselouise on Mar 13, 2017 21:39: a
I have missed that :(

any similar deal for ultrasonic toothbrush?
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Panasonic Eneloop 4 Pack AA HR6 1900mAh Rechargeable Batteries £8.19 (Delivery Included) @ 7dayshop

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Cheaper than Maplin (currently £14.99). They sell Eneloop Pro AA HR6 2500mAh (4 Packs) for £13.25 (Maplin £19.99). Read More
Cheaper than Maplin (currently £14.99). They sell Eneloop Pro AA HR6 2500mAh (4 Packs) for £13.25 (Maplin £19.99).
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Apparently Ikea's LADDA batteries are re-branded Eneloop's acoording to forum chatter (they're all made in Japan) Their 2450mah batteries are only £5.50 per 4 pack and their 1000mah batteries are only £2.75 per 4 pack.
Are the Fujitsu batteries the same as Eneloop ones? From what I can tell, When Sanyo were bought by Panasonic, due to anti-competitive laws, the Factory that made them Eneloop batteries were sold to Fujitsu...They are slightly cheaper so if they are the same batteries then Fujitsu's seem to be the better option.
Good spot, Musicinme_pro but I would second Nanuek's comment. While these batteries last for up to 2100 charges they're nearly 3 times the price of Lidl's up to 1000 charges so still a little more expensive. Even more so when you factor in the 1900mAh and 2300mAh difference as well.

Edited By: pett1985 on Mar 11, 2017 10:13
pretty good. Costco is 20 ish for 4 aaa 8 aaa and a basic wall charger
pretty good. Costco is 20 ish for 4 aaa 8 aaa and a basic wall charger