Digihome 43UHDHDR Black - 43inch 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - £255.55 @ Co-Op Electrical
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Digihome 43UHDHDR Black - 43inch 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - £255.55 @ Co-Op Electrical

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Found 10th Aug
Use code KICK5 to save 5% on any product Cheap 43inch 4KTV This Digihome LED TV has 4K Ultra High Definition resolution and HDR so you can enjoy sharp detailed pictures on the big screen for a great price.

To make the most of this great TV technology simply input a 4K UHD source as Netflix and you'll be amazed at the high quality images.This 4K Ultra High Definition LED TV also has Smart features such as Netflix, iPlayer and Freeview Play. Freeview Play is live TV and on demand services, all in one place, so you can watch catch up TV and access last week's shows, on demand with ease. Find programmes from BBC iPlayer, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play sitting alongside over 70 digital channels and 15 HD channels. Simply connect your aerial and make sure your TV is connected to the internet and you're good to go.
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@MummyMellor - cheapest I've seen one. Still think too big for his room
jane_collier1 m ago

@MummyMellor - cheapest I've seen one. Still think too big for his room


Yeah not bad - he has 32 at the mo I think
Or less than £100 more for a decent LG one - mine has 5 year guarantee from JL.
Besford2 h, 19 m ago

Or less than £100 more for a decent LG one - mine has 5 year guarantee …Or less than £100 more for a decent LG one - mine has 5 year guarantee from JL.


Any link please ?
Saw this in an Amazon review:

"Good tv and worth the price but the HDR is not HDR10 and no 4K-10bit. Supports 4k at 60Hz though. Connected to xbox and was disappointed to realise that most 4k and HDR features were not supported with this tv."
Not bad for HDR10

Or nah bc it’s not
Edited by: "PatonCavaney" 10th Aug
I bought the 4K Digihome 40in TV when it was last on sale through co-op electrical, and to be honest, for the price it's pretty good. But as far as I can tell, the TV is not HDR10 compliant as advertised.
scoobdriver2 h, 52 m ago

Any link please ?


Hi. Was a 2017 model a couple of months back - was £349 I think. Don't know if there are any still about (probably are) but a quick search of Google came up with this at JL:

johnlewis.com/lg-….ds

Or this LG for £329 from CPC
cpc.farnell.com/lg/…wcB

Richer sounds offer 6 year warranty too if they have anything similar but they seemed to clear their 2017 stuff sooner than most.
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