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Beko EcoSmart WMB91243LW A+++ 9kg 1200 Spin Washing Machine £202.99 rapid del Delivery @ Co-op Electrical (or £199 with Economy Delivery via their eBay store)
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Pretty good on a 9KG / 1200 spin model, not a bad looking machine either. Reviews are also good on this one. There areno codes or anything, just £199 + £3.99 del costs. Has rapid d… Read more
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I see that they are charging Connection of your new Washing Machine - £24.99 , Removal of your old disconnected appliance - £24.99. Is there another place that charge less for those services?
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TheHun62 h, 39 m ago

https://electrical.coop.co.uk/LG-W3J5WN3W-6-5Kg-1200-Spin-Washing-Machine-in-White-LG-WSH-W3J5WN3W-W?gclid=CjwKCAiAhfzSBRBTEiwAN-ysWJkBm282lCTI3deaV00ctcGA4hnI284bD_elUQfQ2PlhO5ow72B-CRoC5UsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.dsThis is currently the cheapest LG deal available at £279 as long as 6.5 KG is a big enough drum for your needs. Many of the features and internals are the same as on the more expensive models.


This would have been perfect just if it was 1400 spin! Mine was a 1200 spin and would love to have a higher spin do the clothes are bit more drier. Thank you though

emilhar57 h, 38 m ago

I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush …I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush washing machines on Argos. I would love to get a LG but it seems to be just a bit over my budget currently ☹


electrical.coop.co.uk/LG-….ds

This is currently the cheapest LG deal available at £279 as long as 6.5 KG is a big enough drum for your needs. Many of the features and internals are the same as on the more expensive models.

emilhar512 h, 59 m ago

Are Beko a reliable band? I currently have a 1200 spin Bosch which lasted …Are Beko a reliable band? I currently have a 1200 spin Bosch which lasted just over 10 years but have given up now. So I am on the lookout for a new one and don't know whether to purchase a Beko, Hotpoint, Hoover or Bush machines. Any advice would be appreciated.


We've had a Hoover machine that lasted a similar amount of time, albeit with repairs, and we've recently replaced it with another Hoover. But a repairman recently told me that all the budget washing machines today have a similar limited life span (1000-1200 washes I think he said?). He said not to buy a Bush as they are expensive for parts, while Beko are fairly cheap for parts.

Jak926 h, 11 m ago

Also on the look out for a washing machine. On this website I have most …Also on the look out for a washing machine. On this website I have most seen people say 'stay away from hotpoint' and I hear beko seems to be reliable. Not sure on the other two brands on your comment.LG seem to be good as well but are more expensive than the other brands generally


I know. Mixed reviews everywhere. There is some good offers on Bush washing machines on Argos. I would love to get a LG but it seems to be just a bit over my budget currently ☹
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Delonghi ECAM23.123B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £279.99 (with code) @ Co-Operative Electrical
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TODAYTODAYFound 12th JanFound 12th Jan
This price is for co-op members using the code MDL50 I cannot see it cheaper elsewhere, co-op delivery is free for small appliances such as this. I'm a fan of bean to cup machines … Read more
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I'm looking for a coffee machine myself, but I dunno how well those pumps work? Seems milk frothers are becoming more popular but the cheapest of those is £350 if you want bean to cup, it's crazy how much coffee machines are! Keep posting though, hopefully one of use comes across a big bargain!

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The Argos one is a good price, I believe the co-op one I posted is a later model. No doubt they both make the same coffee.
I don't think co-op or the Argos prices are amazing... I have an older delonghi bean to cup that I got for £200 on Amazon a couple of years ago. It's still going strong and the coffee is brilliant. I was looking at buying one as a present and this is the best deal I could find just now.
Edited by: "ciaozammer" 13th Jan

This is cheaper on Argos the module number seems slightly off but they look like the exact same machine!

£269.99 argos.co.uk/pro…605

These are very easy to use machines that require very little cleaning/maintenance. The machine does an automatic rinse as it turns on and as it turns off, which just consists of releasing hot water (~100 ml) through the coffee spout into the tray reservoir. If you don't catch the rinse in a cup then you'll have to empty the tray reservoir every couple of days. You'll also have to perform a descale procedure every couple of months with the descale reagent but this is straight forward just follow the instructions in the handbook (might be more frequent if you have hard water in your area- but there is a water testing strip that comes in the welcome pack- so you can test your water hardness). As mentioned earlier, the milk attachment needs to be cleaned after each time you use it for frothing by running it under the tap for a few seconds.
We have had a similar Delonghi Bean to Cup machine for three years (it counts the number of coffees it makes - current count is 5302) and it has been hassle-free. Just recently, pulled out the pressing unit and gave it a quick clean with a brush, which was really easy. If you are an avid coffee drinker then this unit is as handy as they come. Really worth-while if you consider the time and hassle it saves.

rossysaurus4 h, 10 m ago

The machine will rinse itself whenever you turn it on or off but so long …The machine will rinse itself whenever you turn it on or off but so long as you have a "sacrificial cup" under the spout to catch all the rinse rather than filling the drip tray it's not so bad. The milk attachment should be cleaned after every use but it is easy to do - Pull the silver sleeve off then pull the black rubber nozzle off and rinse both parts under the tap then replace. Takes 30 seconds.



Indeed very easy to clean the milk spout is the only thing you really have to take apart but as you said 30 secs
Sony KD65XE9005BU 65 £1548 @ Co-op Electrical
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Discount code 'PCT75' (£75 of a spend) (£1,548) + 5% Members cash back (& 1% for charity) £73.00 + 2% Quidco I paid £1473 -£73 +quidco around £1380 ish great tv great price h… Read more
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CPA75 worked for me a few hours ago. I got the 55xe9305 though for £1372 or so. Exellent price.

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I didn’t want to risk getting burn on the OLED for me this is the best option. The price is decent for the size and this is the best deal I have posted 200% and going thanks for voting hot. I just hope the stock lasts at this price u better be quick...

£1395 without quidco... still hot.

In the market for a 65”... been waiting a while for a deal.

Seriously considering this!
Sony KD-55XE9005BU 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  £1074 with code at Co-op Electrical  (potentially £999.89 after Membership discount and Cashback)
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Originall £1,149 + Discount code 'PCT75' (£75 of a £999 spend) (£1,074) + 5% Members cash back (& 1% for charity) + 2% Quidco Possibly making it £999.89 Also includes a 5-y… Read more

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Appears the voucher code has expired now.

Kevvo777 h, 33 m ago

Nice one, how do you rate the TV? Is thi sthe one with the Connect box, …Nice one, how do you rate the TV? Is thi sthe one with the Connect box, if so how long is the connect box cable?Cheers.,


Its fairy long mate.

Kevvo775 h, 43 m ago

Nice one, how do you rate the TV? Is thi sthe one with the Connect box, …Nice one, how do you rate the TV? Is thi sthe one with the Connect box, if so how long is the connect box cable?Cheers.,


I bought the MU7000 on a price match from JL.... took it back the next day. The connect cable being the issue as it’s only 1.8m long on the 55” so no good for wall mounting if you’ve run trunking into the wall.
Samsung CS were worse than useless and couldn’t confirm a longer cable was available so put me onto the Samsung shop who couldn’t even find the model even after quoting details off the box!! Gave up and took it back, JL were excellent as always.

Apparently they have had a few complaints about the short cable.

There are a few issues to be aware of with the XE90 series.

1) They won't be updated to support Dolby Vision like the models above (and presumably the new XFs, if they're bringing the X1 Extreme chipset to them).
2) Android TV is garbage and is receiving worse support than lower end Sonys that use their own OS. For example, the built-in Youtube and iPlayer apps are both lacking HDR support, whereas lower end Sonys and most TVs from other manufacturers have it (and have had it for ages).
3) There's a motion handling issue that results in slight stutter after fast camera cuts in any mode except game mode. There's a large thread about it on AVForums and Sony acknowledged the issue months ago, but are yet to fix it.
avforums.com/thr…39/

Apart from that it's a very nice TV though. The picture quality is outstanding, bar some haloing and blooming with light objects on very dark backgrounds.

a1231234 h, 54 m ago

Also on the mid tier XF85 its going to have Google Home and Alexa support, …Also on the mid tier XF85 its going to have Google Home and Alexa support, built in Chromecast so you can tell your TV to power up, change channel,change volume or record etc..


All Android TVs already have Chromecast built in.
a1231234 h, 38 m ago

If FALD is your thing as well, note Hisense have just announced they are …If FALD is your thing as well, note Hisense have just announced they are releasing a high end LED TV that will have 2000 nits peak brightness, 1000 local dimming zones (the XE90 has about 45) , 90% color gamut, Dolby Vision HDR and AI assistant support. They are also bringing out an OLED.Given that Hisense are usually great value for money the price they bring this stuff out for will be very very interesting.


Their current 70" NU9700 has poor reviews and costs £2,300 in comparison to the 65" XE90's £1500.

I doubt it's got a 90% Rec. 2020 colour gamut unless QDCFs have made it to production, and 90% DCI P3 would be less than the XE90 and most other competing TVs.
Sony KD65XE8596BU 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1162.80 with code / co-op membership - Co-op Electrical
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Use Code PCT75 for the £75 discount and if you are a co op member you also get 5 % on top back too. Total would be £1162.80 for this TV. Tempted to go for it... still holding out… Read more
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PCT75 has expired now


Have a look at this for a fairly good summary of the current issues with LG OLED TVs:


I'd personally recommend the Sony xe9005, a step up from the model posted on this deal. For the money, IMO it's too early to invest in an OLED.

Benf18 h, 27 m ago

I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my …I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my heart set on the OLED...


Exactly just be good for someone to give us some pros and cons of the two

tovtm1 h, 12 m ago

A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. …A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. For normal tv viewing a watching movies would this set be a better choice? I'm swaying towards oled thinking the extra money would be better in the long run for picture quality but this topic is making me think otherwise


I'm in the same position looking to spend around £1500. Really had my heart set on the OLED...

A few comments in here about oled not being all that it's crack up to be. For normal tv viewing a watching movies would this set be a better choice? I'm swaying towards oled thinking the extra money would be better in the long run for picture quality but this topic is making me think otherwise
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Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD TV - £679 with Code at Coop Electrical
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Found 7th JanFound 7th Jan
Use Code PCT50 for £50 off the stated £729 price (which by itself seems to be the cheapest available price anyway). Apparently this has HDR 1000

A good review for the 55" version, hopefully they're very similar in terms of panel! hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm
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Anyone know the difference between this and a UEKS7000?

a1231238th Jan

Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on …Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on anything in this time frame I dont know but probably worth waiting until the end of next week to see if theres any movement because im sure other people are holding back as well.


Currys sale lasts till the end of January so I've got three weeks till I pull the trigger, although the MU7000 65" seems to have sold out I can still get the MU7070 which is the basically same.... this buying a big screen is stressing me out, still not sure if I want 65" or go the for maximum cinema experience with 75". I can't handle this.

Agahnim110 h, 1 m ago

Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Th …Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Thanks


Starts tomorrow and ends friday so its upon us. Whether they cut prices on anything in this time frame I dont know but probably worth waiting until the end of next week to see if theres any movement because im sure other people are holding back as well.

a1231237 h, 59 m ago

Ive still got the 55MU7000 on hold with a £699 price match with JL.Ill …Ive still got the 55MU7000 on hold with a £699 price match with JL.Ill wait till after CES and if nothing else moves in price im going to buy this TV.For the money its great value.


Me too. I’ve only got about 14 days left on the price match. When’s CES? Thanks
Samsung UE55MU6400 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £549 w/code @ Co-op Electrical
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£599 down to £549 delivered using code PCT50
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I think it was too big a difference as they said it had gone upto £699 in RS because it was oos at JL

DE4L3R30 m ago

Who do they actually price match? No one offers 6 years. So I don' know …Who do they actually price match? No one offers 6 years. So I don' know why they advertise theu price match. Reason for me not to buy from. The arrogance.



Yes i agree. What’s the point in price matching everyone and anyone but without warranty. That leaves about 4 shops to match with. I give my TV money to John Lewis for this exact reason. At least they will price match and then put their guarantee on separately.

Who do they actually price match? No one offers 6 years. So I don' know why they advertise theu price match. Reason for me not to buy from. The arrogance.

Tried price match with richer some sounds but no can do due to differences in warranty
Samsung UE55MU6500 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £609 with code at at Co-Op Electrical
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Found 5th JanFound 5th Jan
USE CODE PCT50 55” 4K Ultra HD screen features higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to High Dynamic Range (HDR) and Samsung's Active Crystal techno… Read more
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Zimmy6th Jan

Imagine the curve is part of a big circle. If you're sitting in the centre …Imagine the curve is part of a big circle. If you're sitting in the centre of the circle it will look fine. If you're sitting anywhere else it will be slightly distorted, e.g. If you're sitting right of centre the left side of the screen will look ok but the right side will be gradually more compressed. On a flat screen it will be evenly compressed across the screen. That's why flat screens were a big selling point back in the days of CRTs when the screens curved the other way.



Ah fair enough. I've always just gone for normal TV's, never looked into curved nor am I bothered about 3D. Thanks

Mstroh11 h, 29 m ago

What's wrong with curved?


Imagine the curve is part of a big circle. If you're sitting in the centre of the circle it will look fine. If you're sitting anywhere else it will be slightly distorted, e.g. If you're sitting right of centre the left side of the screen will look ok but the right side will be gradually more compressed. On a flat screen it will be evenly compressed across the screen. That's why flat screens were a big selling point back in the days of CRTs when the screens curved the other way.

I don't live in a lighthouse

Bestard3 h, 48 m ago

You make it sound like a 55" TV is not massive.Makes me think I've been …You make it sound like a 55" TV is not massive.Makes me think I've been trapped in a time warp since I last looked at new TVs 10 years ago.


That's because 55'' is not massive these days.
Beko KDVF90K 90cm Dual Fuel Range Cooker in Black £459 with code at co-op electrical
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
USE CODE PCK40 Dual Fuel 90cm range cooker with two large ovens and separate grill. In the event of gas flame extinguishing, internal flame safety device cuts off gas supply, for… Read more

"In the event of gas flame extinguishing, internal flame safety device cuts off gas supply, for peace of mind."

Got to love that description in the advert - a legal requirement to be able to sell since 2010.
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SAMSUNG UE40MU6120 4K UHD TV £309 with code @ co-op electrical
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
SAMSUNG UE40MU6120 4K UHD TV currently available from CO-OP Electrical for £309.00 using code VCP30 (£30 off orders over £300) with free delivery
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superdry4th Jan

JL price matched this model at £299 from RGB. I have 28 days to buy it at …JL price matched this model at £299 from RGB. I have 28 days to buy it at that price but it's sold out on their website now.... But I think I'd spend the extra money for the UE40MU6400 for the built in SAT tuner (and apparently a better remote set)... it's at £359 on Game at the moment but I'd like Richer Sound to price match that for extra warranty (JL didn't want to price match as it's not a deal from Game direct)....

Definitely go for the 6400 if possible. The features you picked up on are certainly worth the small premium.

fredstar7864 h, 12 m ago

Would JL price match this.


JL price matched this model at £299 from RGB. I have 28 days to buy it at that price but it's sold out on their website now.... But I think I'd spend the extra money for the UE40MU6400 for the built in SAT tuner (and apparently a better remote set)... it's at £359 on Game at the moment but I'd like Richer Sound to price match that for extra warranty (JL didn't want to price match as it's not a deal from Game direct)....
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Craig_Hyndman30 m ago

How long will the discount code last for i mean? If i was to purchase next …How long will the discount code last for i mean? If i was to purchase next week would the code still work?


10th of January: vouchercodes.co.uk/coo….uk, so you have till early next week but coop do seem to change the prices of their TVs very regularly too, so it's a gamble.

All of that said, this TV has been as low as £289 at places that John Lewis will price match (so you get their 5 year guarantee too), so you may not be missing out if you can't buy it at this price next week.

How long will the discount code last for i mean? If i was to purchase next week would the code still work?

fredstar78658 m ago

Would JL price match this.


No, code is not shown on co-op site
Kenwood KMM715 Chef Premier XL Kitchen Machine £164.99 Free Rapid Delivery @ Co-op Electrical
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Found 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
I posted the Kenwood KMX754 before at £174.99 which was really good, but just checked and it's down again by another £10. Has a decent sized bowl on it (6.7L) and gets good reviews… Read more
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Use code PCD15 which brings the price down to £149.

Great deal, I went for it at £180 and the other half loves it. I was going to post myself when ebay had its 20% off, as co-op's ebay page had it at £170, so could have had it for £136. Shame the ebay offer was so short lived!

bought this last you posted - its all metal including metal gears. and is not as huge as you would expect the bowl is deeper.

5yrs guarantee too. and coop used DPD.
Samsung 55 inch tv for £439 after the discount code VCP30! £439 @ Co-Op Electrical
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Product DescriptionEnjoy impressive Smart functionality with the Full HD M5520 TV. Discover the new Smart era with unlimited potential. From your favourite soap to the big game, en… Read more

Got this TV last week for £374 with ebay 20%. I have no 4k inputs, nor am I likely to. HD looks brilliant. Remote is class. Bluetooth too.

When I was in John Lewis they told me any 4k TV under £800 isn't worth having.

And I'm not spending £800.

sam_of_london5 h, 9 m ago

£439 in the drain. 4k is the way to go. Old rubbish .


Make sure it's also 3D and Curved, they're newer than Full HD so they must be worth having too right?

dan536 m ago

That is 50" not 55"

you are right. Question is whether 5" extra screensize someone would prefer over 4K

InnovationS26 m ago

Search for Ue50mu6120. It's now £409


That is 50" not 55"

thebigmoonman16 m ago

Can't find which one you're talking about... can you post a link please?


Search for Ue50mu6120. It's now £409
Sony KDL49WE663BU 49" Full HD Smart LEDTV £369 (with code) @ Co-op Electrical
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Code: VCP30 (Thanks grumpyyoungishma) Amazon £429 Free delivery Lots of good TV deals atm. This seems another one. The 40inch version is currently on sale for a higher price a… Read more

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Suvvey53 m ago

How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I po …How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I posted for 43” 1080p for £289 5 year warranty go cold. This place doesn’t make sense lol.


6 inches makes a big difference

How does this go hot 49” 1080p 1 year warranty for £369 and the deal I posted for 43” 1080p for £289 5 year warranty go cold. This place doesn’t make sense lol.

If it’s running Android like my 2016 avoid!

wakkaday3 h, 54 m ago

Does this have ps now?


I thought it had been removed from tvs, it not on any of mine,

This is a Sony not a Toshiba or LG.
Sony 65"  KD65XE9005BU TV @ COOP Electrical using voucher code PCT75
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Found 29th Dec 2017Found 29th Dec 2017
Cheapest it has been. Includes 5 year warranty Use voucher code PCT75 to get it to the price above down from £1548. Product Description4K UHD, Full Array LED BACKLIGHT SYSTEM WI… Read more

maciejedi16 h, 17 m ago

Are you sure about the update? Heard the cpu can't handle dolby vision on …Are you sure about the update? Heard the cpu can't handle dolby vision on xe90 and xe93?



No DV on the XE90 no, however on the XE93 it is supported.

http://sony-eur-eu-en-web--eur.custhelp.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/144447/~/firmware-update%3A-dolby-vision-is-coming-to-sony%E2%80%99s-2016-and-2017-android-tvs

ripkord46 m ago

It depends, OLED still has issues with respect to burn in - check this out …It depends, OLED still has issues with respect to burn in - check this out - https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/permanent-image-retention-burn-in-lcd-oled. If you play games / watch a lot of sports / have kids you may want to avoid OLED as this issue (although its possible to manage if you are careful - I have had a plasma for years and have managed it) is still present.If you want OLED I would get the LG B7/C7 - much better value for money and still an amazing picture. I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure its an LG panel in the A1.If you dont want to worry about burn in or image retention etc (or if you want a much brighter set in general) I would defo go with the XE90 or the XE93 (better contras and has Dolby Vision HDR update coming next 2 weeks).

Cheers for the feedback, quite a lot of food for thought there. Many thanks.

ripkord26 m ago

It depends, OLED still has issues with respect to burn in - check this out …It depends, OLED still has issues with respect to burn in - check this out - https://www.rtings.com/tv/learn/permanent-image-retention-burn-in-lcd-oled. If you play games / watch a lot of sports / have kids you may want to avoid OLED as this issue (although its possible to manage if you are careful - I have had a plasma for years and have managed it) is still present.If you want OLED I would get the LG B7/C7 - much better value for money and still an amazing picture. I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure its an LG panel in the A1.If you dont want to worry about burn in or image retention etc (or if you want a much brighter set in general) I would defo go with the XE90 or the XE93 (better contras and has Dolby Vision HDR update coming next 2 weeks).


Are you sure about the update? Heard the cpu can't handle dolby vision on xe90 and xe93?

Sandman6617 h, 6 m ago

Many thanks for the reply. I have since been drooling over this: Sony …Many thanks for the reply. I have since been drooling over this: Sony KD65A1I know it's a massive step up in price, but it looks fantastic and the reviews are really good...just have to convince the wife that it makes sense (so probably never going to happen )Any views on this Sony set? £4k seems to be the price atm...anyone see significantly better?Cheers.



It depends, OLED still has issues with respect to burn in - check this out - rtings.com/tv/…led. If you play games / watch a lot of sports / have kids you may want to avoid OLED as this issue (although its possible to manage if you are careful - I have had a plasma for years and have managed it) is still present.

If you want OLED I would get the LG B7/C7 - much better value for money and still an amazing picture. I might be wrong but I'm pretty sure its an LG panel in the A1.

If you dont want to worry about burn in or image retention etc (or if you want a much brighter set in general) I would defo go with the XE90 or the XE93 (the XE93 better contrast and has Dolby Vision HDR update coming next 2 weeks).
Edited by: "ripkord" 8th Jan

ripkord4 h, 12 m ago

For a 65" and that kind of money this is your best buy.



Many thanks for the reply. I have since been drooling over this: Sony KD65A1
I know it's a massive step up in price, but it looks fantastic and the reviews are really good...just have to convince the wife that it makes sense (so probably never going to happen )

Any views on this Sony set? £4k seems to be the price atm...anyone see significantly better?

Cheers.
Liebherr CUN3033 55cm A+ Frost Free Fridge Freezer in White £248.99 @ CoOp
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I saw this on another deal but this is cheaper @Ketz saw it but didn't post so cheers bud Liebherr delivers on function and technology with this large capacity fridge freezer.… Read more
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Out of stock

This (CUN3033) is a different model to the one at John Lewis (CN3033)

Ended up buying 2 through co-op as the warranty was the same, and it was sold out at John Lewis.
If you buy more than one, buy them in 2 orders to benefit from the code PCA20 twice

nihcaj4 h, 49 m ago

2 years, where do you get the extra COOP warranty from other than by …2 years, where do you get the extra COOP warranty from other than by paying for it?


Offered by Liebherr when you register it, see the promotions tab on the product page

Bought one from the coop three weeks ago at this price. I like to support the coop and received 1% members discount plus 2% TCB. The warranty is provided by the manufacturer which on registration and is increased to three years parts and labour also the same for J Lewis.
It is a very substantial product with toughed glass shelving but easy to move in and out on the rear castor wheells.
Samsung QLED QE75Q7F Price Drop! - £3699 @ Co-OP Electrical
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Been tracking this TV for a while. Cheapest I've seen by far. £4299 at Currys and John Lewis - although both should price match this.
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Tracked Santa for every second but not a TV, that's just weird.

Double the price of a 65 inch QLED. Just couldn't justify that price for an extra 10 inches and I'd love an extra 10 inches
Sony KD-55XE9305 for £1372 @ Co-op Electrical with code PCT75
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Sony has kicked 2017 off with a stunning top-tier 4K HDR TV which, as far as I can tell is still over £1400 everywhere. The top-tier XE93 series has the same image processor found… Read more
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It appears to be still working for me.
No need to apologise buddy.

jimmythehill3 m ago

PCT75 hasn't expired!


Apologies, I tried it yesterday evening and it didn't work, saw this thread : hotukdeals.com/vou…077 confirming it as expired as well

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grumpyyoungishman12 h, 33 m ago

PCT75 had now expired, can still use VCP30 for £30 off.


PCT75 hasn't expired!

PCT75 had now expired, can still use VCP30 for £30 off.
Edited by: "grumpyyoungishman" 29th Dec 2017

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I've been looking at this tv for a while now. I think when it was available for £1799...It's come down a bit in last few months to £1499 (At RS and JL), and JL also do a 0% finance option on this particular tv if you haven't got the available outlay in one go.
I'm still wary of splashing the cash on it, but thought I'd share the deal for others.

AVForums rave about this TV, however it is now in the realms of the LG OLEDs. I still don't know what to do Gone are the days when it was easy. When you could look at a TV, read up about it and purchase without the issues or regrets associated now, with so many TVs that do similar things but have such varied prices.

I have a PS4 Pro, Amazon Prime TV, Streaming box and a VM basic sub.
Currently have a 10yr old 720p samsung, so probably a £300 LG would be an improvement on my current TV
LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver - £519 with code @ Co-Op Electrical
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USE CODE VCP30 55” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV Higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to upscaling … Read more
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delboyd3 m ago

Ah very interesting. I have this TV but the 701 model, perhaps it's …Ah very interesting. I have this TV but the 701 model, perhaps it's different, but it looks just as good as the Sony I have. Maybe I'm missing out!


701 is 7 series, so might be better than this in terms of viewing angles. But the 6 series is horrible!

no_Sunshine27 m ago

Tried everything my friend, which settings, my own settings, played around …Tried everything my friend, which settings, my own settings, played around with it for over 2 weeks - with no luck!


Ah very interesting. I have this TV but the 701 model, perhaps it's different, but it looks just as good as the Sony I have. Maybe I'm missing out!

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no_Sunshine2 m ago

Tried everything my friend, which settings, my own settings, played around …Tried everything my friend, which settings, my own settings, played around with it for over 2 weeks - with no luck!


i bought samsung 55mu6400 but what is difference between 55mu612

delboyd1 m ago

The picture is only dark if eco mode is active, in my experience.


Tried everything my friend, which settings, my own settings, played around with it for over 2 weeks - with no luck!

no_Sunshine3 h, 19 m ago

Sorry OP, this one also has very dark picture & terrible viewing angles. …Sorry OP, this one also has very dark picture & terrible viewing angles. Viewed one in RS a few days back. Suitable for those who're not gonna wall mount this & view this from anywhere but dead front.


The picture is only dark if eco mode is active, in my experience.