65” 4K UHD LED HISENSE TV £599.98 @ COSTCO INSTORE + 5 YEAR WARRANTY
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65” 4K UHD LED HISENSE TV £599.98 @ COSTCO INSTORE + 5 YEAR WARRANTY

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Found 26th MarEdited by:"scottiebottie"
2916032.jpgCheepest i e seen for a 65” 4K TV AND GOOD SPEC TOO

INC A 5 YEAR WARRANTY ...

Bask in the glory of incredible 4K Ultra HD Certifiedwith this 65 inch LED TV from Hisense. The 4K upscaling will even make non-HD images look great, and Smart TV means you can stream shows and films in 4K Ultra HD too. For regular viewing there’s a choice of 70 different channels through Freeview HD. Throw in three HDMI ports for devices like games consoles and Blu-ray players, and a trio of USB ports for viewing pictures or home videos, and you’ll never be short of things to watch.
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I was going to go to Costco today 🔥
Very nice. £699 everywhere else. Heat OP.
no HDR on this one though
Tiptop spot, lowest price ever for this set and beats the sales price as well!

Informatively supercilious user review here:
Good HDR probably more important than 4K. Will wait on for set with both.
The shelf label appears to be incorrect, according to Hisense the N5300 has two USB ports and three HDMI sockets (HDMI 2.0 x2 / HDMI 1.4 x1)
Great TV for the price... Bought one previously at this price. Had to return it because of a faint vertical line - Costco return was trouble free.

Incidentally, membership was about £35 - got membership just to buy this item. A big selling point for me was the 5 year warranty.
Edited by: "r2mahara" 26th Mar
leanback1 h, 39 m ago

Good HDR probably more important than 4K. Will wait on for set with both.



There are plenty of them about - you just need to spend your money.
The OLED's have good HDR, however give you a rather dark screen due to their lack of brightness.
The high-end LCD's, especially those from Sony, offer excellent HDR performance with a much brighter screen, however you do lose a little on the "true black" side of things.
That won't be changed in 2018. You will still have the OLED's with excellent image quality, but inherently duller display and you'll still have the brighter LCD's with the worse "true blacks".
Those sets with good HDR are still going to set you back.
r2mahara1 h, 33 m ago

Great TV for the price... Bought one previously at this price. Had to …Great TV for the price... Bought one previously at this price. Had to return it because of a faint vertical line - Costco return was trouble free.Incidentally, membership was about £35 - got membership just to buy this item. A big selling point for me was the 5 year warranty.


Are you aware you have to be a member to take advantage of the 5 year warranty but don't have to be a member for the 5 years. So say you don't renew after your first year and say after 4 years the TV fails you have to rejoin which to some may be ok but you might not be eligible anymore, change of job, etc. so might worth remembering that.
caverncity13 m ago

Are you aware you have to be a member to take advantage of the 5 year …Are you aware you have to be a member to take advantage of the 5 year warranty but don't have to be a member for the 5 years. So say you don't renew after your first year and say after 4 years the TV fails you have to rejoin which to some may be ok but you might not be eligible anymore, change of job, etc. so might worth remembering that.



Thanks for pointing that out - I did know that you don't have to be a continuous member... hadn't considered the risk of not being eligible to renew (do they ask?) - at the moment that's a risk I'm willing to accept though... can't see myself working in any other industry!
r2mahara22 m ago

Thanks for pointing that out - I did know that you don't have to be a …Thanks for pointing that out - I did know that you don't have to be a continuous member... hadn't considered the risk of not being eligible to renew (do they ask?) - at the moment that's a risk I'm willing to accept though... can't see myself working in any other industry!


They can ask but if it's a renew you might be ok just depends on how much of a gap there is in-between.
Stoofa1 h, 13 m ago

There are plenty of them about - you just need to spend your money.The …There are plenty of them about - you just need to spend your money.The OLED's have good HDR, however give you a rather dark screen due to their lack of brightness.The high-end LCD's, especially those from Sony, offer excellent HDR performance with a much brighter screen, however you do lose a little on the "true black" side of things.That won't be changed in 2018. You will still have the OLED's with excellent image quality, but inherently duller display and you'll still have the brighter LCD's with the worse "true blacks".Those sets with good HDR are still going to set you back.


Hoping Prime Day brings a great bargain!
I got this tv last time it was on offer at Costco. Superb upgrade for me. Can’t fault it.
What hdmi are 4K? Also is this HDR?
Is this only in store? Where did you spot it?
caverncity19 h, 39 m ago

Are you aware you have to be a member to take advantage of the 5 year …Are you aware you have to be a member to take advantage of the 5 year warranty but don't have to be a member for the 5 years. So say you don't renew after your first year and say after 4 years the TV fails you have to rejoin which to some may be ok but you might not be eligible anymore, change of job, etc. so might worth remembering that.



Have you got a link for that?

Also what happens if you buy it via one of the other routes?
Has anyone actually got this deal?

It's not on the www site.
Just a thought - with Hisense an official sponsor of the World Cup this summer.

Will they offer some irresistible deals closer to the time?

Might be worth holding off if you're not desprate for a TV!
png66627th Mar

Has anyone actually got this deal?It's not on the www site.



Its Instore only
Is the Hinsense logo removable?
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