Confirmed in store 21st May! 2018 Hisense 65" H65A6200UK 4K UHD £719 & 50" H50A6200UK 4K UHD £395 @ Costco Instore
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Confirmed in store 21st May! 2018 Hisense 65" H65A6200UK 4K UHD £719 & 50" H50A6200UK 4K UHD £395 @ Costco Instore

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Found 14th MayEdited by:"bitcoin5"
Had a preview of a deal coming to Costco on Wed, the new 2018 Hisense 65" & 50" models. The 50" is currently not in stock until the 20th May ((this will vary per warehouse pre-order quantity)) and the 65" is not in stock until the 23rd May.

Was goofing around with one, for well over an hour and got to say... super impressed over the 2017 ((made in 2016)) range! The HDR on real 4K 60fps movies & test clips was astonishingly good, the photo depth and SD/HD/FHD/4K & 8K colours via full frame photos at 43mb+ each, again just stunning. Blacks were black as could be, which again for the £ the 65" is on offer for, is fab value!

The 65" H65A6200UK is £719 inc and is £899 > £1099 everywhere else!
The 50" H50A6200UK is £395 inc and is £489 > £599 everywhere else!

Costco's excellent, no arguments, 1 for 1, get a free jumbo hot dog while your waiting in store for a swap out if needed ever, 5 year warranty is included in the purchase price as well.

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* this is an in-store ONLY special offer pallet price, but like some deals, if costco do not sell out in the first day of actually having stock, they might add the leftovers to the costco.co.uk websites.

Both sets have the December 2017 produced panel in and are as follows with the specifications on both sets instore @ costco..

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Please check with your local costco store for actual stock, at these prices as it will be very limited amounts PER warehouse!

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Membership is £15+ for the year and if you cannot join, ask as a lot of people are already full members and they can sign you up as an additional card holder or buy you one at mates / family & friends rates!!!!



Thanks to @zrahim for confirming that some of these, have now been seen in store to buy as priced, on the 21st May 2018
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Leedavis198737 m ago

Still HDR 8+2 which is annoying for a 2018 model and those prices quoted.


I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit panels. I can guarantee you that if I put five TVs in front of you with a mixture of 8-bit+FRC and true 10-bit panels, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart. Of all the things that are possibly going to affect your viewing pleasure (like peak brightness, local dimming capability, motion interpolation, 60Hz vs 120Hz, colour gamut, etc.), an 8-bit+FRC panel is down at the very bottom of the list.
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& other tips from hukd'rs & buyers to follow here if needed for this item!
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 14th May
Keen to know if these models have the full Google Play App Store or is it still the limited Hisense version?
Is the 5 year warranty only valid if you maintain your membership for that period
The 65" H65A6200UK is £899 > £1099 everywhere else!
The 50" H50A6200UK is £489 > £599 everywhere else!

so what costs £719 that you posted in the title? :insertconfusedsmiliehere:

ok problem solved since he updated the OP...

The 65" H65A6200UK is £719 inc and is £899 > £1099 everywhere else!
The 50" H50A6200UK is £395 inc and is £489 > £599 everywhere else!


Edited by: "cainer1" 14th May
£15 membership is for online only accounts. Just for info the instore prices are usually cheaper than online price but this requires £33.60 individual warehouse membership however this allows you to access Costco warehouses globally.
Still HDR 8+2 which is annoying for a 2018 model and those prices quoted.
65 - same price at Amazon (sold by Amazon) / Very
50 - £10 cheaper at Amazon

still a good deal, as I do like Costco
Gonna wait for Jl to stock it ... hopefully...
cainer122 m ago

The 65" H65A6200UK is £899 > £1099 everywhere else!The 50" H50A6200UK is £ …The 65" H65A6200UK is £899 > £1099 everywhere else!The 50" H50A6200UK is £489 > £599 everywhere else!so what costs £719 that you posted in the title? :insertconfusedsmiliehere:


It might be the price excluding VAT
t002216 m ago

Gonna wait for Jl to stock it ... hopefully...


Worth a hope, but doubt it will be released under this moniker model at John Lewis, likely that it will be the 6100 range!
t002238 m ago

Is the 5 year warranty only valid if you maintain your membership for that …Is the 5 year warranty only valid if you maintain your membership for that period


Yes, the warranty is on the item at purchase and lasts for the 5 years warranty period regardless of being a member, say in year 2, 3, 4 or 5
jeczap19 m ago

65 - same price at Amazon (sold by Amazon) / Very50 - £10 cheaper at …65 - same price at Amazon (sold by Amazon) / Very50 - £10 cheaper at Amazonstill a good deal, as I do like Costco


Sorry Jec, part of the text was missing when I copied out of libre office and pasted here after preparing the deal, I have updated it to read correctly now in OP, the 65" is £719 at costco and the 50" is £395 at costco

cainer15 m ago

no, £719 / 100 x 120 = £862.80


Title updated as missed out some text when I moved it, the prices are:

65" = £719 inc of vat & 5 year warranty
50" = £395 inc of vat & 5 year warranty
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 14th May
Leedavis198737 m ago

Still HDR 8+2 which is annoying for a 2018 model and those prices quoted.


I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit panels. I can guarantee you that if I put five TVs in front of you with a mixture of 8-bit+FRC and true 10-bit panels, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart. Of all the things that are possibly going to affect your viewing pleasure (like peak brightness, local dimming capability, motion interpolation, 60Hz vs 120Hz, colour gamut, etc.), an 8-bit+FRC panel is down at the very bottom of the list.
t002230 m ago

Gonna wait for Jl to stock it ... hopefully...


You're never going to buy a new TV, but carry on telling us why each time, we love to hear it.
Leedavis198742 m ago

Still HDR 8+2 which is annoying for a 2018 model and those prices quoted.


These are inexpensive TVs in the grand scheme of things.
ezzer7229 m ago

You're never going to buy a new TV, but carry on telling us why each time, …You're never going to buy a new TV, but carry on telling us why each time, we love to hear it.


Why do do feel the need to comment on every tv deal about other people's decision on whether to buy it or not. Some people are simply looking for encouragement, that this a good deal not to be missed, or confirmation that it's wise to wait.

Why bother? If you have nothing positive to add about the actual deal, or even the goods on offer then why keep "cluttering up threads" as you put it.
Aretak39 m ago

I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit …I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit panels. I can guarantee you that if I put five TVs in front of you with a mixture of 8-bit+FRC and true 10-bit panels, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart. Of all the things that are possibly going to affect your viewing pleasure (like peak brightness, local dimming capability, motion interpolation, 60Hz vs 120Hz, colour gamut, etc.), an 8-bit+FRC panel is down at the very bottom of the list.


So true and you can save about £200 by going for 8+frc.
The difference between 8 and 8+frc is clear and well worth the extra £50-ish quid.
But paying £200 extra for true 10 bit is crazy
musefan20018 m ago

Why do do feel the need to comment on every tv deal about other people's …Why do do feel the need to comment on every tv deal about other people's decision on whether to buy it or not. Some people are simply looking for encouragement, that this a good deal not to be missed, or confirmation that it's wise to wait. Why bother? If you have nothing positive to add about the actual deal, or even the goods on offer then why keep "cluttering up threads" as you put it.


It's my hobby

But seriously, I just get tired of the same people making the same excuses - I don't know why they/you are self centered enough to think any of us care.

I will accept that I'm almost as annoying by responding to the musings, and I apologise to anyone who is actually buying a TV.

That fair enough?
ezzer7214th May

It's my hobby But seriously, I just get tired of the same …It's my hobby But seriously, I just get tired of the same people making the same excuses - I don't know why they/you are self centered enough to think any of us care.I will accept that I'm almost as annoying by responding to the musings, and I apologise to anyone who is actually buying a TV.That fair enough?


No
You guys should get a life
Wigwam8514 m ago

You guys should get a life


I agree - we should become cool peeps like you
ezzer722 h, 51 m ago

You're never going to buy a new TV, but carry on telling us why each time, …You're never going to buy a new TV, but carry on telling us why each time, we love to hear it.


Lol sorry I’ll be quiet now
t00222 m ago

Lol sorry I’ll be quiet now


Just buy a TV, that would be better
Anyone know the peak brightness of this Tele?
Hmm, buy this or wait for the about to be released TCL models? In the US the consensus is that the TCL models are better than the Hisense.
Aretak4 h, 14 m ago

I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit …I'm genuinely baffled by the obsession people have on here with 10-bit panels. I can guarantee you that if I put five TVs in front of you with a mixture of 8-bit+FRC and true 10-bit panels, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart. Of all the things that are possibly going to affect your viewing pleasure (like peak brightness, local dimming capability, motion interpolation, 60Hz vs 120Hz, colour gamut, etc.), an 8-bit+FRC panel is down at the very bottom of the list.


I wish I could like this post 10x.
Does this tv have motion smoothing tech? I did a Google but can't see it, I think I'm being blind. I got the techwood one on here and it didn't have any smoothing, which caused lots of flickering on certain camera panning scenes.
burns9412 h, 45 m ago

Anyone know the peak brightness of this Tele?


In settings I'm guessing it's 100. My Samsung hdtv brightness setting goes up to 100.
Which one is better *New* 2018 Hisense 65" H65A6200UK or Hisense 65N6800 from last year ?
I'm looking for 65" TV to £900
Genuine question, is this tv better than Samsung UE55MU7000 , both are on the same price range
staffik35 m ago

Which one is better *New* 2018 Hisense 65" H65A6200UK or Hisense 65N6800 …Which one is better *New* 2018 Hisense 65" H65A6200UK or Hisense 65N6800 from last year ?I'm looking for 65" TV to £900


The new 6200 has a few differences over the 6800, the 6800 is edge lit and the 6200 is direct led lit. Personally I have not seen the 65" version of the 6800 but have seen the 55" version, the new 6200 screen looks better.

The 6200 panel has wide colour gamut, light sensors, depth enhancer, noise reduction & presision colour features, the 6800 has not.

The 6200 has 3 full v2 hdmi versus 2 on the 6800

The 6200 has an A+ energy rating versus a B+/A rating on the 6800

The 6200 has a 400x200 vesa mount versus a 400x400 on the 6800

In the real light of day ((well under various flouresent lights!)) when messing about with the 6200, I was very impressed with the whole screen look package, using various file imputs and real 4K videos, it also seemed much faster than the older 55" 6800 series I played with last spring.

I think the £719 for the 6200 65" spec is amazing value and no doubt when the pallets arrive next week, they will be gone quick at that price!

Also, not sure if this is a preference, but the grey bezel on the 6800 range was a bit plastic looking and unlike the samsung grey bezel, stuck out like a sore thumb when watching it in low light conditons ((eg movies)) the 6200 frame is back to pure black, so no reflections or noticing it when watching it.

Not sure if anyone has done a hisense uled VS hisense dled on youtube, so might be worth a hunt, I know all the audio visual forum lot love the 6800 and it is a stunning set, but not sure on just how much better it is, for the extra £ over the new 6200 range.
Edited by: "bitcoin5" 15th May
fr3dy77_sp33d33 m ago

Genuine question, is this tv better than Samsung UE55MU7000 , both are on …Genuine question, is this tv better than Samsung UE55MU7000 , both are on the same price range


Yes, the extra 10.8" screen size on this hisense @ 4k, makes a difference when you get over the magic 58" size, if you are stuck for space however, the samsung 55" might be worth weighing up against the hisense 55" 6800 range price maybe?
boonkoh16 h, 12 m ago

Hmm, buy this or wait for the about to be released TCL models? In the US …Hmm, buy this or wait for the about to be released TCL models? In the US the consensus is that the TCL models are better than the Hisense.


Superb ? the TCL range, as you can see by the thread started a few days ago, are very good, just think the prices VS hisense might mess up their UK launch ideas!

I sent some requests off to the TCL eu sales team, to see if they can shed any light on *real* prices (not the amazon ones!) for the uk and exactly what models they will re brand for the UK, yet to hear back.

Might be worth the wait to see if they publish a few review videos like they did last year at IFA before they started selling the Xess range in france
Think i'm going to go for this. What are everyone's thoughts on the 60 refresh rate?
Sebo15th May

Think i'm going to go for this. What are everyone's thoughts on the 60 …Think i'm going to go for this. What are everyone's thoughts on the 60 refresh rate?


Got 120 & a 140 native 4k tv's on tap, 60 never looked that much difference on any decent 4K input, as long as what you feed into the ports/hdmi 2.0 is high quality, the output on the screen will suit.

A few tv snobs on AVF might quote otherwise, but for the average 4k family use, the natural 60hz is not really that noticeable up to 60" ish sets, of course there are a few new Sony's that show that is rubbish, but their direct drive chips and algo's are still some of the best made.

Reason I went to the trouble with this thread, is the 65" is just fab value for the spex VS size, in some ways you are getting a much larger cinematic experience, for not a lot more than most rubbish 55" 4k sets.

Other thing is, with Costco, if you have any issues, or think it is broke, their service is only really 2nd to johh lewis customer service, richersounds is likely 3rd, but they tend to not keep very much stock in stock, to replace sets that may go faulty.

Again if anyone manages to actually grab one, when the stock arrives, in the morning, early, the day that your local warehouse states they will be in, you can always return it, if it is not up to the standards advertised

I do not think ((if anyone is waiting!)) that anyone will be able to price match this 65" model as if they do, they will be selling at a loss on the distribution price from hisense trade to their retail price.
bitcoin548 m ago

Got 120 & a 140 native 4k tv's on tap, 60 never looked that much …Got 120 & a 140 native 4k tv's on tap, 60 never looked that much difference on any decent 4K input, as long as what you feed into the ports/hdmi 2.0 is high quality, the output on the screen will suit.A few tv snobs on AVF might quote otherwise, but for the average 4k family use, the natural 60hz is not really that noticeable up to 60" ish sets, of course there are a few new Sony's that show that is rubbish, but their direct drive chips and algo's are still some of the best made.Reason I went to the trouble with this thread, is the 65" is just fab value for the spex VS size, in some ways you are getting a much larger cinematic experience, for not a lot more than most rubbish 55" 4k sets.Other thing is, with Costco, if you have any issues, or think it is broke, their service is only really 2nd to johh lewis customer service, richersounds is likely 3rd, but they tend to not keep very much stock in stock, to replace sets that may go faulty.Again if anyone manages to actually grab one, when the stock arrives, in the morning, early, the day that your local warehouse states they will be in, you can always return it, if it is not up to the standards advertised I do not think ((if anyone is waiting!)) that anyone will be able to price match this 65" model as if they do, they will be selling at a loss on the distribution price from hisense trade to their retail price.


Thanks man, hopefully i can bag one
btw I went into Hayes Costco and these are already on the shelves at this price for anyone that wants one!

I did go in with the intention of buying this, but came to the realisation that 65" TV is way too big!
Picked mine up today thanks op!
Does Costco do deliveries for purchases made instore? Don't think this TV will fit in my small VW Up! Car
wouldn't fit in my 3 series estate ;p
Any one know if the 65" fits in an Audi A6 with rear seats folded? I called my local Costco, they have it in stock but don't deliver.
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