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Morphy Richards 333007 2600w 4.5 bar high power steam generator iron was £89.99 now £69.99 delivered @ Co-op electrical
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Can't beat a good steam generator iron to power through the mountain of clothes that seem to multiply in my house by the day! Heats up in less than a minute and also has a no burn… Read more
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pibpob

So powerful it takes off from its base. :o

kos1c

No idea why I first thought it was an odd looking psvr from the small picture on my followed list. :s

Drittz78

Is this PS4 or Xbox edition :D

HXCMARC

Is this the new Steam Machine?

Samsung UE55NU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1198 with code at  Co-op Electrical + 5% for coop members
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£100 off the price on this TV + 5% for co-op members which comes to under £60 in member reward. Member reward is added after the delivery of the product so I've heard. Seems like a… Read more
MIDURIX

It's literally double the price the UE55MU7000 has been, which is a better tv.

John_Small

How about Samsung QE55Q6FAM £769 from Hughes EBay page. That's why people are voting cold.

paracyte

Comes down to personal preference as well I guess. Always used Samsung products and never had issues with numerous TV, mobiles, pads and laptop's even a microwave lol. For someone like me who would choose Samsung over other products £150 odd quid off is still a good deal for 2018 model. But I get the point you guys raised. Fair play.

Aretak

It's just far too much money for a TV with these specs. Much better TVs like the Sony XE90 have been available for a couple of hundred less than this on clearance over the past few months (in fact, you could get the 55" XE93 for slightly less than this just a few weeks ago). The new ranges are always massively-overpriced when they first hit the market, which is why the best time to buy a TV is always at the end or the start of the year thanks to Black Friday sales, Christmas sales and then the annual clearance. Granted, you may have missed the boat on the best deals at this point as stock of last year's better models is pretty much depleted, but it doesn't suddenly make this a great deal. It just means you accept being gouged if you really need a new TV at this time of year.

licenced

Admittedly its probably the cheapest you'll find this TV ... but, the NU models have just launched and aside from the change in number and a redesigned stand they are probably not much different to last year's MU models - you can currently get the 55MU8000 for £900 or less and probably quite a bit less soon when retailers need to get rid of the last few units to make way for these newer models.

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Sony KD55XE8577SU 55" 4K UHD Smart LED TV £739 + £4.99 delivery @ Co Op with code
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Product Features: 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
Swarfega

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BargainHunterUK1

You may be right, but I have been looking at this one and have been told its 8. I checked with RS and they say that its an 8. See link https://www.richersounds.com/sony-kd55xe8577.html Frustrating for buyers that on an item that such a lot of money will be spent on there isn't a consistent spec for if you wanted 10 bit and it was, its a great deal, but at 8 bit, maybe there is something better suited to budget

wundaii

Which model do you have? Looking to buy a new TV (and would like to know which ones to avoid!)

Swarfega

I have a 4K Sony 55" TV. I'd never buy another Sony TV after this. Slow UI, buggy as hell, no updates and pretty lacking in basic features.

aravind_svu

This is 10-bit not 8-bit+FR. See https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/fcaecdb Also KD55XE8596BU is same price (and seems to be the same TV with Black frame instead of Sliver), but is offerred with free delivery (so save £4.99) - https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/sony-kd55xe8596bu-55-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-son-led-kd55xe8596bu-bk/

AEG Prosense L6FBI842N 8kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine £334 + FREE connection AND removal (£50 value)at 	Co-op Electrical
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I’ve been looking for a quality branded washer and found this today use code CMD15 to get it for £334! Also you can opt for free connection and removal of your old machine ( thanks… Read more
mjc2010

Thanks for spotting that, deal amended to include (y)

dandare00

Just ordered. Got £6.88 from Quidco and not sure if it’s been mentioned previously, but they install and take away your old machine FOC.

redandblack

After days & hours of research, it was like Tripadvisor for appliances! and needing all new appliances for a new kitchen I opted for BEKO integrated washing machine & dishwasher from AO, Peoples reviews on these were far better than the big brands. They look very good quality & well made. Just the right amount of features & programs, and of course a cracking price of £578 for both. I also bought a Samsung fridge freezer, AEG induction hob, Bosch double fan oven & an Elica cooker integrated extractor. All great price offers mostly from John Lewis. I’m looking forward to using them when the kitchen is finished. The BEKO dishwasher has a top rack pull out cutlery tray as well as a basket in the lower and a tiny red light projected on the floor so you know it’s running as it’s apparently very quiet, my total spend on all of them is £1733 for 6 fairlytop end appliances. Now off to read all the instructions! 8)

melted

I did my own testing when I had a hot + cold fill machine and it definitely saved a fair amount of electricity. Sure I would have used more gas, but heating by gas is much cheaper even now, so I'd have to disagree with that article. I have a longer than average run of pipework to my machine ever since relocating it, so before starting the machine, I used to run the hot water tap in the kitchen until it got warm. I'm not on a water meter and would need to do that if I want warm water to wash my hands anyway. Following that article's logic, I should scrap my hot water cylinder an install an instant electric heater under the sink for washing hands and possibly for showers too. If my old machine had been smarter and was able to check the temperature of the incoming water it would have drawn off the cold water in the hot pipe, instead of doing an initial cold fill (which it did to avoid over heating the washing in the drum), then running off the cold water at the tap would not have been necessary. If I ever install solar hot water, I'd be seriously tempted to plumb in a hot water return pipe back to the hot water cylinder to circulate the hot water to the taps so it is instantly hot at the taps, and use a motorised valve to shut if off when the sun isn't shining, which would eliminate that issue completely. While a modern machine probably uses a little less water during the hot part of the cycle, I think a significant proportion of the water savings made by modern machines is actually during the cold water part of the cycle, by having fewer rinses and less rinse water, so I think their claim about that is exaggerated too.

nihcaj

With a year less warranty; at least JL MIGHT help you get it repaired or compensate you when they don't!

LG 60UJ750V 60 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £729 with £50 OFF code @ Co-Op Electrical
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Use discount code CT50 at checkout. Specs: http://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-60UJ750V 49 inch version awarded Which? Best Buy. Review here by retailer Marks Electrical: Read more
solidstar007

Awsome. Thank you

i_need_bargains

If you scroll down the specs page for this tv https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/1b50b18 you will see RGBW structure 2880 RGB + 960 W listed. For your tv this is not shown. I am assuming this means your's is a proper 4K RGB panel however you can always contact LG tech support to be sure. Plus a review http://www.expertreviews.co.uk/tvs-entertainment/tvs/1403207/lg-uf850v-review-60uf850v. No mention of RGBW on the 60 inch. I think you are safe.

solidstar007

Thank you. You have put my mind at rest However, I can't see anything that gave it away on that site. Looking at the spec it seem almost identical to the one the guys are saying is not a true 4K (LG 60UJ750V) on this thread

i_need_bargains

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/b97a18c Looks like yours is a true 4K panel.

solidstar007

Guys; How do you know if your set is a real 4k or not? I find the information is not also available. I have 55UF860V in my guest room. The picture seem good to me but I will really like to know if it is a true 4k or not? Here it is on LG's website

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Panasonic TX50EX750B 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £579 (With code) @ Co-Op Electrical
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Last time, on 18th March, it was posted for £729 (with code) and it went 235 degree hot. The only TV in 2017 supporting 3D (highfive)
h-man

Well, I got the one I reserved (ex display) at richardsounds. Its nice tv but picture wise I still prefer my pioneer kuro 500m even though its not 4k :). ...this was for kitchen but when I replace my kuro, it has to be 65’’ OLED!

m5rcc

Not really. That's not what was being suggested at all. It was a very poor example to use. The CD player and 3DTV are completely different - one concept hugely successful, the other a complete flop. Again - who said delicates or silk-wash were awful? I certainly have not. Besides, one is more likely to use this feature on a washing machine than use 3D on a TV. Hence why delicates/silk-wash exist on the majority of machines and 3D does not. Do you start to get the common theme here? Nope - it is not. If my machine did not have it, I would hand-wash instead. I still do hand-wash for certain things. The 3D Blu-Ray format may still be sold at those places. However, for a format that was meant to supersede DVD, it has not done very well and besides, we have moved on since the 2000s. Two questions can still contradict each other... Let's not. This was tedious enough and besides, it has nothing to do with the original issue of 3D TV being a gimmick that TV manufactures and broadcasters have been quick to realise. If you have a problem with that, then please take it elsewhere.

bondvillain20

Brand aside, that's akin to suggesting a 1-year old Mercedes E-Class is "awful" because it has a CD Player. "m5rcc18th May Poor analogy given more than one new car has a CD/DVD player as standard, despite Android/Apple/MP3 players being more commonly introduced/replaced." There was no suggestion only 1 car has a CD Player, the Mercedes was "an example", despite having a function that fewer owners find use for does not make a product awful "m5rcc18th May I don't have "silk-wash". It's called delicates and I use it often enough." This I believe... Just because You admit to have questionably frequent use for this feature, and many others don't, does not make it awful or a gimmick. For You "delicates" is clearly a pre-requisite, similarly 3D Blu Ray collectors who still buy that format (Shock Horror... Amazon, HMV, Zavvi, Supermarkets continue to sell New Release 3D Blu Rays and Film Companies Continue to release them) that doesn't appear to be failure or does it? bondvillain201 h, 0 m agoIf You have perfect hearing then it follows the "Subtitle" function is completely redundant on your TV therefore it's a valid reason Not to own it...??? Multi-Language or Subtitles on Film Disc/Media is clearly a waste of time because most of us communicate in English...???? "m5rcc18th May Excellent contradiction. Congratulations!" How exactly does asking 2 Questions, Not statements, constitute a contradiction...??? A "Common Interface" slot is arguably "a failed concept in this country", perhaps TV's with that CI slot are to be avoided? ...hang on, practically Every 4K TV in the UK has one, who or what do we all turn to now...?? Dolby Vision or HDR10+ "Let's talk about that"......

dush_yant

The 15% cashback is payable in December only unfortunately and reading quidco reviews of Currys they always try to wriggle their way out of paying. Tell your dad to keep an eye on the cashback progress.

lucifon

My old man got this for just over 500 last week from Currys. They had this price + 15% cashback on Quidco / tcb. I didn't realise how good of deal it was at the time. For anyone on the fence it's an absolutely fantastic panel for the money.

Samsung UE49MU7000 49" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV  £578.99 delivered Co-Op Electrical with code
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CT50 code for this price £4.99 delivery charge 50" Panasonic EX750 for only £5 more if anybody prefers... https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/panasonic-tx50ex750b… Read more
h-man

I don't understand why its not hot? Seriously, please guide! I want to order it today. samsung UE49MU7000 or panasonic TX50EX750B Both are at almost same price. I wanted to have it in the kitchen (wide angles are not very important as my requirement is max 45 degree each side from centre of the TV) and mainly would be used to play youTube, NetFlix and AmazonPrime. No gaming.

bombdabah

Thanks OP, i brought this!

pavel76

Posted last week for £629 and stays at +90° 😨

h-man

Don't understand the cold votes, the last time this deal was posted for £599 went hot! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue49mu7000-49-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-599-60299-delivered-coop-electrical-2931811

LG 55UJ670V 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV in Silver only £499 w/code @ Co-op Electrical
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Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Great price, use CP30 to get £30 off! Perfect harmony between an IPS 4K Display and Multi HDR technologies generate incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.This stunning picture is c… Read more
John_Small

And watching in a dark room another story

John_Small

You also have to consider what Tv is next to the one you are viewing and are either correctly calibrated. Buying a tv is a nightmare lol

i_need_bargains

They are meant to be but I suppose it all depends on the quality of the tv. Ideally you would view it before buying. I can only go on what I saw. That said I posted an LG deal because it seemed decent value.

John_Small

Ips panel's are better from an angle!

John_Small

Is that really true. I'm sure that Va panels are over hyped

Sony KD55XE8596BU 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (HDR 10-bit, VA panel, Edge LED) - £739 using code + Free delivery @ Co-op Electrical
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displayspecifications.com/en/model/8c2caf0 Input lag as per the above spec seems to be 32ms, which sounds a bit excessive, unless others tried this TV for 4K gaming. Rest of the… Read more
aravind_svu

Price dropped further (by £6) and now free delivery too. Updated the deal.

Spacevsgravity

Weak HDR and slow OS. All good for everything else.

philedsch

Proper Certified 4K too I see. The type to go for (apparently). No blank pixels. https://www.techradar.com/news/television/ultra-hd-everything-you-need-to-know-about-4k-tv-1258884

lewys

Anything under 50ms should be fine for gaming unless you play competitive but then you would probably be using a monitor.

Bigfootpete

Good price - £50 saving on mine that I bought from them a few weeks ago.

Sony Bravia KD55XE7073SU 4K HDR Smart TV (X-Reality PRO for Enhanced Clarity, Texture and Detail Picture Quality, 2017 Model) for £549 delivered using code @ Co-Op Electrical
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Surfing at Co-op earlier and notice they had this good looking Sony on offer for £579. It looks like Amazon have price matched too but possibly on the wrong model (shock)..Althoug… Read more
doctorblue

8 bit and FRC

NAT14

Its a 55" size TV for poeple that dont know :)

BHOY56

https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/99cebb5

Hotpoint 20 litre Conventional Microwave Oven £49.99 delivered + more Home appliances in OP @ Co-op electrical
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Good price, free delivery also - no codes needed, price applied on-site. Take the fuss out of cooking and heating with the stylish and functional Hotpoint MyLine MWH 2031 Solo Mic… Read more
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WaftyCranker

£300 refurbished at Coop Ebay site £580 at Currys and nearest model AEG L6FBI841N at JL is £430 £105 extra for 5 years warranty makes it £450 inc delivery for 5 years at £90 per year. Defo would have bought this had I not purchased a 8 kg 1200 RPM Beko from the Coop Ebay at £160 with just one year warranty.

themachman

That AEG washing machine is a damn good buy (y)

jase.2

according to hotpoint site this is only 700w not the 750w co-op site claims so it might be a bit lightweight

ellenw

£46.38 @ Hotpoint Clearance, free delivery. 2% Quidco. 2.02% TCB

Ice King IK8951AP2 145cm Tall Static Fridge Freezer in White A+ £189 with code at Co-op Electrical
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140 litre capacity gives you enough room for a weekly food shop for 1 adult and 1 childThis 50/50 split slimline model is 48cm wide and 145cm tall and is ideal for a narrow kitchen… Read more
AlexLynch

145cm tall?? Not really that tall is it, you would have be on your knees to consider it tall.

Pateo

(y)

fiqqer

I have been unable to find anything to confirm whether this has metal or plastic backing. Without the information I would assume this is an unsafe product.

phillyboy

When you touch them your hair stands on end!! :p

VDisillusioned

Totally irrelevant pointless comment: Why do they call it a "static" fridge freezer? Can you get ones that follow you around these days? Because that would be great :)

Samsung UE55MU8000 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV - £789 @ Co-op Electrical
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USE CODE CTV60 too reduce price too 789 IF CTV60 CODE STOP WORKING USE CODE CT50 this will reduce price too 799 Product DescriptionWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover e… Read more
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KevinCaldwell

I want that model too... But I can't buy it under extended warranty now... And the software is quite possibly the worst ever, by a massive margin

KevinCaldwell

The guy did say Samsung calibrate their TVs in store... but I just wasn't impressed with the OLED at all, even if it wasn't calibrated, it's out of the box performance was bad considering it's meant to be the best of the best 🙈 regarding burn in, I noticed richer sounds and others are selling a lot of refurb OLEDs on eBay... So that might be very telling!

KevinCaldwell

After looking into it, it's not really worth the higher price. Also the MU7000 series is literally no different to the 8000 series 🙈

KevinCaldwell

I agree 😔 apparently the 7000 and 8000 series have literally no difference. Also the 6f with QLED isn't really worth the price difference.

Jabe27

I will do ... Thank you

Sony KD55XE8577SU 55" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £743 with code @ CoOp Electrical
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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 High Dynamic Rang… Read more
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dunk1974

I haven't tried it on a PS4 yet but Netflix works amazing. HDR Performance and UHD is spot on.

musefan2001

Advice needed, this TV or Samsung MU7000 seen here? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-1000-smart-led-tv-tvplus-6-year-guarantee-719-with-code-richer-sounds-2937036#comment-33762734 Or another TV in this price range? Have a 4k Hisense 50m3300 thats gone faulty and looking to replace but will spend a little more for a decent HDR performance and HD/UHD Picture Quality. Use it for Xbox One X, PS4 Pro and SKY Q UHD/Netflix. Thanks in advance..

dunk1974

This deal comes with a 5 year warranty too! :D

Rizza

I wonder if JL will price match Rizza

DeLonghi Autentica Plus ETAM29.620.SB Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Silver £319.99 Del w/code (plus more in OP) @ Co-op Electrical
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You need to be a Co-op Member ( see How to Join / Become a Co-op Member at bottom of post) & use code MM20 for this price delivered which seems to be around £60 cheaper than th… Read more
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YouTalkinToMe

He has a point..............

fandyboy

Sure mate.

cossy3

You don't know what you're talking about if you think they make good coffee

fandyboy

No they don't.

cossy3

Better still, don't get one because they make terrible coffee.

Hisense RF528N4AC1 Fridge Freezer Silver - £432.99 w/code (plus more in OP) @ Co-op Electrical
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Couple of market leading deals on fridge freezers have landed over at Co-op electrical, rather than post them separately, I thought i'd pop them in one post :) Hisense RF528N4… Read more
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ssatoh_inreverse

I agree with the complaints that those two 'deals' in one isn't a good idea. If it is the 'voucher' you want to advertise, then it should go in the voucher section. If it's a deal, then my preference is one deal per post.

Neilscoutb

Think it needs a membership number

mumjit

I thought this one was a bargain, get's geat reviews too! https://ao.com/product/hrf450ds6-haier-american-fridge-freezer-silver-47379-27.aspx

Rastafari

Voted cold for the Hoover and hot for the Hisense. Or was that cold for the Hisense and hot for the Hoover..?

EN1GMA

Would have been perfect but I want the freezer doors to be like the fridge doors. Damn

LG F12C3QD 7Kg Washing Machine + 2 Year Warranty £279 w/code (£3.99 delivery) - plus more Home appliances in OP @ Co-op Electrical
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7KG LG washing machine for £279 w/code MM20 (need to be a Co-op member to get the code to work - is £1 to signup) Comes with a 2 year warranty and reviews look alright from what… Read more
saraye

Any decent prices on bosch models?

Bogart

Or something else to go wrong!

willdashwood

Or same model from Co-op for £319. I'm very tempted.

TheHun6

Pay an extra £50 for more program options and an electronic touch screen display for a better user experience: http://www.argos.co.uk/product/7965423?utm_campaign=10294381&cmpid=COJUN&cjsurferid=219204394553328395%3Art_b1h.RB6BD&utm_medium=affiliate&utm_content=Pricespy+Ltd&utm_source=CJ&catalogId=10001&DM_PersistentCookieCreated=true&storeId=10151&_%24ja=tsid%3A11674%7Cprd%3A7900456&utm_term=4609531&referredURL=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.argos.co.uk%2Fproduct%2F7965423&referrer=COJUN

summerof76

I can wait (y)