That explains the poor votes! I haven't had time to check it out myself yet.
Poor sale. Not much on offer.
That explains the poor votes! I haven't had time to check it out myself yet.
Poor sale. Not much on offer.
Any decent prices on bosch models?
Or something else to go wrong!
Or same model from Co-op for £319. I'm very tempted.
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
I can wait (y)
I would assume he's talking about this one: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hisense-h50n5300-50-inch-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-smart-wifi-led-tv-35295-argos-on-ebay-delivered-2932500 (EDIT: which looks like it's gone back up in price)
Agree.. bought this for my Xbox x over Christmas and returned it straight away. My LG OLED is amazing, and whilst I realise this is much cheaper, it just didn’t impress enough to keep. Managed to get a brand new ks7000 for £550 in the end which looks fantastic. These lower end sets just can’t do hdr which is more of a step up than the resolution imo.
Looks like you forgot to post a link! (skeptical)
How do 4K tv's fair with a standard PS4 or Xbox One?
Why not to go with HiSense?
So, not the same TV... ;)
Great deal for curved uhd 49"
For a comparison Crampton and Moore are selling UE55MU6120 for £499.99 and JL should match. Basically the same tv but bigger and flat.
Samsung UE49MU6220 John Lewis have it for £489 with a 5 year guarantee for comparision. Reviews on JL look good.
Dammit, just had mine delivered yesterday and didn't know about that. I got the soundbar in the £200 cashback promotion though.
Samsung 73% Best Buy which Sony 65% which
This or Sony xe8005 ?
No probs my mate has just pulled the trigger on this online for delivery great tv for the price
Went to my local RC and bought it as they have last one in stock. It looks amazing so far. Thanks
Theres no decent deals on there so what are you talking about?
Did you mispell it?
I got a price match with john Lewis with an Appliances Direct deal, just filled in the online form. I read that it helps to slightly misspel the name or something so that it still goes through to a human. Appliances direct is online only so surprised coop electrical doesnt count.
Its £730 with £60 off..and why dont you change the heading as its misleading when its been pointed out that JOHN LEWIS DOES NOT PRICE MATCH COOP ELECTRICAL.. johnsaab1
Might have been unlucky... but the Bosch I bought lasted less than 18 months and they wanted stupid money just to come and look at it. Never again
I saw this yesterday and ordered. It is coming tomorrow. The free disposal and connection is still available so it makes it a better deal as a result.
It has been withdrawn .
Apply TV80 code. Ordered one a few hours ago.
It shows £1099, can you please provide the url?
Worth getting it from RS for £24 more for the sake of the 6 year warranty.
I have the flat screen version of this & it is an utterly amazing bit of kit. What makes the flat screen is the replacement of all the outgoing cables excepting the power cable with one thin transparent wire. The 2018 model which was at £1995.00 recently has a larger cable that includes power. Ultimately you can place this on your wall & see just a superb screen that lies flush with a wall & is way better than the competition.
Bit of newbie here, so any help/advice would be really useful. Been reading the forums / expert advice across the board for a few months for a decent value 65 inch 4K TV. Samsung MU7000 / Sony XE8/9 series come up in the good value range. I know 10bit panel and edge lit is considered good for viewing But my usage will be predominantly SKY Q content ( 1TB box) so not Ultra HD content and the occasional online streaming, no gaming , no Blu Ray. Also most channels, content would be SD/HD channels so probably a TV which can upscale normal transmission to 4K Is this agood buy for above viewing or is there a better one with good value like an LG or hisense?? Appreciate any advice!
I agree with this! Bought it but have sent it back due to mainly being to big for the layout of my flat and also what this gentleman said was true when watching TV. As well as other issues which maybe would've been resolved after a thorough tinkering with the settings, for gaming this TV was awesome though!!!
How are people finding their Sony TV's? I have a 55" from 2015 running Android. It's slow and buggy to say the least. I'd never go for another Sony after this.
It's more likely less WiFi infrastructure than the TV needs to be optimum. IP control on the Sony Bravia range too, hot from me.
If you watch a lot of freeview (mostly 50hz content) and have an eye for spotting image defects easily you may want to give this TV a pass. See 0:03 and 0:16 where you can spot a frame stutter as soon as the camera changes: Sony say to use game mode as a workaround, what an insult.
Yeah I managed to! I ordered before it was posted on HotUKDeals
Did anyone get it at this price? It was obviously a mistake and they corrected it
Probably kicking himself now.
You were going to read reviews before snatching this bargain??
What youve heard and what you know are two different things dont get them confused
Yes they are. I've heard numerous issues with the software on Hisense TVs. Samsung and LG's have way better software!
No theyre not
Problem is people on here want everything to be top spec for 20 quid. If you care about spec then spend more. But no they would rather just berate every TV posted that is cheap. Hisense don't make top end tvs, well they did make a couple but they didn't sell too well. I think they will improve but long time off yet
Better value for money, yes (flirt) Sure the budget Samsungs advertise nits which they can't achieve anyway.
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Wrong the 55inch is 10 bit the smaller screen is not.
Not the smaller mu8000, 55in is!
Samsung mu7000 55 inch is true 10 bit panel
Consider complaining to beko, the retailer and posting on review web sites. It's it not for for purpose and you didn't overload it you should get it replaced for nothing. Will help others who also incidentally find themselves in the same position
Anyone Considering Buying This Please DON’T! ALL the glass Shelf Mountings Broke on ours just weeks After Purchase & Beko Won’t Replace Them & are £70+ each & We Now Have LARGE Patches of Rust Coming Though On the OutSide (Sides) There is a great Reason Beko Products Are Cheap ....
I inherited my grandmother's beko when she passed in 91. She had it from the war when grandad took it as a war trophy from the nazis. He carried it on his back all throughout the rest of the war and back to blighty. Saved his life as well as German sniper hit the hinge of the door as opposed to his back. It actually ricocheted and hit another German who was advancing on my old grandpapa; ended up winning a medal! Anyway I still have the old beko and plan on giving it to my grandkids when i shake my mortal coil. Heat
Bought a dirt cheap Beko back in 1998 with extended warranty. It started giving trouble soon and after that the engineer's visits became a regular feature of our lives. This went on for long time until, finally, they condemned the accursed appliance. We bought a Bosch after that which is still going strong. I really hope that Beko have improved in last two decades. Buy extended warranty if you buy this fridge.
had a previous beko which lasted 8 years and was still functional. Replaced it as it was starting to rust at the front. bought this model last year if i get another 8 years of use i'll be happy.
Out of stock now
The 49“ is a WHICH? Best Buy
Model no in the title would have helped
How would I know what panel Tv's are? Never see it in the specifications? Cheers
Yeah I feel that, but I don't think you'll see this set at that price again. The £450 last week was a pricing error. I'm inclined to wait it out a bit though and see what prices come up nearing the world cup like you say. would prefer to buy from RS for the 6yr warranty anyway.
I cant comment on the microwave but that coffee machine is a steal at that price. Note: this is coffee maker gets great reviews and is the best that Which? has reviewed.
The title is misleading as there is no delonghi microwave on their website
Can't find the microwave. Do you have a link?
Seems like so-so prices to me (skeptical)
I was going to spend £2550 on the outgoing 2017 Sony 75" Ex9005 however, having had a 55" Hisense Curved tv from a few years ago and having had no issues whatsoever and very good picture quality, I might go for the 6800 at least until oled become affordable in a few years with screen burn issues sorted.
Dimensions (With Stand) (W X H X D) 1119 x 697 x 229 mm Dimensions (Without Stand) (W X H X D) 1119 x 647 x 58 mm Distance Between Two Feet on Stand 970mm
Does anyone have the dimensions of the stand?
awesome, Yes it does, thank you :)
Remember the days of when Hotpoint was the gold standard of all things in “white goods”
Hotpoint - no thanks!
Better buying a high capacity machine if you wash family size loads, 8kg and bigger machines have stronger bearings, motor and belt.
This one or this www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue65mu6400-65-inch-ultra-hd-4k-led-tv-899-with-code-at-rgb-direct-2925318
Can these be wall mounted or do they stick out or look stupid or am I asking stupid questions!
I’ve got this TV and the curved screen is fine, it helps a lot when you have screen glare from the sun shining on it
I’ve got the 55” version of this TV and it’s a really good TV. The pic quality and sound are great, 4k HDR looks amazing for movies and the Xbox One X. It’s an 8bit screen but when you turn on the UHD HDMI Color setting in the external settings (god knows why it’s in there?) the HDR works fantastic and emulates 10bit
This link might be useful to someone if you want to check the age of Samsung TV etc, to help check if you are getting a the latest or old stock http://www.samsung.com/uk/support/tv-audio-video/what-do-samsung-tv-model-numbers-actually-mean-why-are-they-so-long/
Thanks. I'm just looking fridge freezer and i'm willing to pay £100 extra for aeg or bosch over beko, indesit, hotpoint or candy.
Cheers chichi XD
Has Chanchi ever posted a cold deal? (pirate)
Heat added (y)
Co-Op electrical are doing it for the same price. :p
The Sony 90 series are fantastic LCDs, but no they still don't touch the OLEDs for picture quality. Those saying they do are trying to kid themselves.
XE V XF not checked what the differences are.. If interested there are still 49XE9005 available for £954(Hughes 5y warranty) check the new XF model is worth £350 more first. if you have the space the Sony KD55XE9005 is probably better value at £1054 XF is £1699 a good £500+ more. (who is not going to pay £100 for an extra 6") or if you want a better TV there are still KD55XE9305 about for £1399
Many people who i hear talk TVs say that the Sony 90 series such as this one are way more worth it than OLED TVs which is probably due to there not being a massive difference to OLED other than pure blacks but unfortunately current OLEDs will probably not last as long as LCDs due to the inherent flaws which haven’t been ironed out yet which was a similar case during LCD vs Plasma but not sure thats just my take on it but as i said i almost always hear people recommend Sony 90 series for high end. People also say android tv is laggy on Sony TVs but mine is absolutely fine but i turned off features i found not to be useful such as intelligent programming and the likes since i have virgin tv so i have no real need for it
What did you buy?
I had OLED budget and I purchased high end LCD instead. OLED is far from the be all and end all.
FYI for anyone waiting to buy a Hisense TV. I got excited when Hisense announced a "new" range for the World Cup. The U7A series is now hitting the stores, and widely available in May. However, comparing the specs on the Hisense website... it is exactly the same specs as this N6800 series, even down to the weight and dimensions of the unit. The only extra I think is that it comes with a special World Cup app to watch highlights. So if you're looking for a N6800... keep an eye out for U7A deals as well, as they're essentially the same TV.
plenty in stock in Sheffield - just bought one today, very happy so far
Totally agree... Whatever you do try and fix your bracket to something more substantial than just the plasterboard
The bracket I am using and suggested is a swing out bracket. You can get fixings that apparently hold 25kg each so in theory you are right. Although if you are going to have the tv sitting out from the wall any distance I personally wouldn't risk it just fixed to the plasterboard only. Entirely up to you though
Hisense say this 65" is 32kg plasterboard will hold that up no problem, unless a swing out bracket or hanging your kids off it. check the loading for various fixings like grip it typically you will have 2-4 holding the bracket. If you can hit one stud you will be even more secure if you can get through to solid wall and use anchors you are into over engineered solutions.
Got mine coming this week from john Lewis £739 (priceatch)
JL is not price matching Coop Electrical anymore they have just mailed me.
18th and 19th letters of alphabet
You got an AMSTRAD?
Is the picture quality good then?
Was £599 back in October. I was expecting a much bigger drop by now https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kd-55xe7073-55-4k-hdr-led-tv-59900-currys-on-ebay-2815438
The other one being a higher in the range model, but gosh at over £200 more I doubt it's worth it to the average user. Sometimes people pay extra for stuff they never use or benefit from. That's my opinion on this question. (y)
6 points? It's not a driving ban I don't get what you mean... :/
I've had to use the code SP60 before. I put it in and got 6 points.
Use code CTV60 for this price
Was also going to comment 8 bit + frc lol as far as im aware only Sonys 90 series and OLEDs have 10 bit
No I'm not it's 8bit +frc does this TV support Dolby vision?
When comparing my Sony 7002 to hitachi that was uploaded year last year (also 4K) we definitely noticed the difference. However maybe not a fair comparison as as Sony has HDR too, unlike the Hitachi that only had 4K
I know nothing about that issue but it clearly doesn't affect every Samsung TV else they'd all be returned! (ok, not all but return rate would be high). Common sense. LG for OLED, watch for RGBW models Sony AND Samsung - definitely Panasonic Hisense - good value for money, not high end ALL makes have pros AND cons, none are perfect!
Wow thank you, you really know your LG machines
One isn't necessarily better than the other. It's all down to personal preference and which of the two features you feel would be of greater benefit to your lifestyle. Higher up the range you can have both, but if your budget is sub £400 here's a summary of the two features: With Turbowash there is a water jet situated in the upper part of the rubber seal. During the wash cycle what typically happens is an alternative pattern of slow spin, pause, add a bit of water, slow spin again etc. Turbowash saves time by adding water from the dedicated water jet at the same time as the slow spin, thus reducing the washing time. The fasted wash program available on a Turbowash equipped model is "Speed 14" but although it's fast, it's limited to 800 spin speed. However, it can be used in conjunction with other wash programs e.g. cotton etc. to help reduce those wash times too. On the Steam Models not equipped with Turbowash, the shortest wash program is "Quick 30". Although it takes longer, it's more versatile in that you can wash at up to 40° with 1400 spin speed and in that setting takes 41 minutes. There are 3 steam specific programs being Allergy Care and Baby Care and I believe with Cotton too. Higher up the range you can get Truesteam which widens the options of programs available with steam. The main benefits of steam include softening, fewer creases, allergy removal and stain removal. Either Turbowash or Steam will give you great cleaning results so you decide!
TheHun6 you seem to have a lot of knowledge around the LG washing machines. Whats the difference between the turbowash or steam? as they are around the same price and which one is better?
Same for me.
I agree. We now have a 1600 spin Beko, the clothes come out almost iron dry even on a full load. A quick spin in the dryer is all they need. Will never go back to a 1200 machine.
There is no 5% off for COOP membership for this TV unless I am doing something wrong.
I think the £1215 is the price after taking off £100 with the code and taking off 5% for co-op membership.
Why do that when you can just wait for the XH???
Got Co op membership, no 5% reduction in price.
Price gone up to £1,379.00 before discount.
You had to wait 7 months to get the appliance made safe. The recall would never have happened without a "This Morning " campaign ( amongst others ) and this goes to the core of the argument. Manufacturers are supposed to make appliances as fool proof as possible and to respond quickly when problems arise. Neither happened in this case and the lack of care for their customers was astounding. Tumble drier technology is hardly new and there was no excuse for this. Other manufactures seem to be able to make Tumblers without this problem despite most people not being as perfect as you and occasionally forgetting to clean the filter.
Hi Im not quite sure why you're pointing out to me that hotpoint dryers are a particular risk. If you re-read what i said you'll see I knew that already. I don't need to Google what I already know, thanks. It was a fire risk if not maintained properly according to the manufacturers instructions. Specifically, the risk was higher if the lint container was not emptied out. Having common sense, I emptied mine after each use. The risk was therefore non existent. Your 'chainsaw' analogy implies i got hurt, but kept using it. Nobody in my household hot hurt, as there was no risk - due to me using the appliance properly. (embarrassed)
Seven months with a known fire risk in your home? I removed mine and took it to the recycling point the moment I found out. And yes Hotpoint's are a particular risk, just google it. You might have well have said " I had a chainsaw which took my arm off but that won't put me off them ".
Are you saying that any tumble dryer that isn't hotpoint always gets cleared out after each use by the owner? (cheeky) It was quite specific to hotpoint/Indesit dryers. We had one, took them 7 months to "modify" it which was disappointing but wouldn't put me off buying that brand again.
Tumble dryer issue relates to all makes and is basically down to people not clearing out the filter after each use
Thanks OP Went for the Q6F - along with a work reward scheme discount and price matching with COOP I only paid £739.00 at Currys! No regrets so far! Lovely picture.
Lol I was watching that at my farther in laws on amazon prime
look how good Peppa pig looks... (lol)
Think I am going to ring them like you say it’s half the price and seems like mu700 and this one are very similar TVs
Haha wow it's like I'm speaking to myself exactly what I was gonna do get the LG oled then I fought no I have a 2 year old the risk/ burn in for that much. Then i ordered the Sony 9305e and fought it's near oled price why don't I just get a TV for half the price and wait few years so did and purchased the Samsung and I'm pretty happy with it obviously I have the desire for better but it's not worth double the price will wait for oled
Thanks for sharing op...
John Lewis will price match Crampton and Moore, currently at £439.
I think of u use a cashback and apply discount the cashback won't go through. As its only 2% think I'd prefer the £20
And this one. https://www.avforums.com/threads/ue50mu6120-smart-remote.2144254/
Try this web site... https://www.avforums.com/threads/is-bluetooth-hardware-ue50mu6120.2137869/
£20 more but with a 6 year warranty at Richer Sounds: https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-ue50mu6120.html £440 at Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE50MU6120KXXU-UHD-TV/dp/B075GVBPXY So on that basis, I must unfortunately vote cold.
Sounds like you've researched this a lot better than I did (y)
You can't really compare just on spin speed alone and whilst greater rpm may be better, there are other variables. Additionally greater rpm may affect reliability as well as efficiency. Which? state that this model (technically the white version they reviewed) washes and rinses well with the spin removing plenty of water, but it is not as efficient as others. Score = 57%.
We purchased a new washing machine last week (Candy, but same size). In my opinion, 1200 spin isn't great for 8kg of laundry. Our old machine was a bit crap (6kg, 5 years old), but even it had 1400 spin. Personally, I think that it's well worth spending a little bit more for 1600 spin. Using 1600 spin, we were able to tumble dry 8kg of towels (an extra 2kg vs old machine) 30-40 minutes quicker. If you have laundry for a family, the time saving is priceless!
Is 1200 spin enough for this size machine? Or even the 9kg version?
Excellent bit of kit!!!!!
Had one, the supposed top tier with the near field control, machine is a problem from start to finish. The near field control does not work, the machine is so loud as to be unusable if you are in the house and the clothes stink worse than when you put them in and some are still in the dry condition they were when they were put in the machine...I don't think it puts enough water in to wash and certainly isn't fit for purpose - reflected in the price
Hoover / Candy machines are more or less identical mechanically. The Candy I bought a few months ago is very similar and the motor whine was unbearable. Called the engineer out and his comment was, " that's the sound they all make ! ". Only when I told him where he could stick his machine did he phone his office and get authority to change the motor. The whine from the motor is still too loud and the machine vibrates terribly on the spin cycle. Its a piece of junk and I wish I had put the two hundred quid towards a better made machine.
The nearest I can find (although I think it's the same specs just under a slightly different code) on Which only scored 47% and was poor at rinsing and is noisy, although they recognised its "affordable" and energy efficient.
Members week wrote all over the ad... (annoyed) .
Do prices change after you log in as a member? It appears to be £279 - with CE20 code for £20 off - making it £259. They don't mention anywhere on site there are special prices - only you get 5% added into you membership account.
We have an American style Samsung but has been utterly pants. Luckily I had warranty on it which allowed me to repair it four times (otherwise would have cost £180 each time). So I'd stay away from Samsung fridges unfortunately
https://electrical.coop.co.uk/refrigeration/fridge-freezers/freestanding/samsung-rl4362fbasl-70cm-frost-free-fridge-freezer-clean-steel-sam-ffr-rl4362fbasl-x/ Any one after this bigger model, at John Lewis only £680
Sounds like they don’t know what they are talking about. I called them and I live in Manchester and they said no extra codes can be used with members because it’s so heavily discounted..... I placed the order online 5mins later with the code CE10 and got an extra £10 off lol (party)
You should be able to I just became one to specifically place this order
not able to become member for some reason payment of £1 is erroring out. is there any other way of becoming memeber
I didn't say this was a good deal (it isn't, I voted cold), I just said your alternative isn't any better.
Suppose if thats your use case, thats your choice. Maybe its just me but I'd rather have £60 of coffee, a genuine Nespresso machine and the option of either using a milk frother or offsetting the cost of the machine by selling it. Personally I'd also rather have a device that doesn't have a load of reviews suggesting that the machine often vibrates drinks off it's stand due to an inherent design flaw,
Maybe it's just me but I'd rather buy what I want for the right money than overpay for a badge and then mess about selling stuff I don't want on ebay.
Looks good. I have a subscription with Pact coffee and rate their capsules very highly. And the Cru Kafe as well.
L’or ones are decent too Taylors of Harrogate awful
Beko parts are very common.....what part you require?
Looks like a good price for this one. I just bought a Candy with very similar specs (1kg smaller) and it set me back £250.
You have to join and put code in
In the description
Dyson V6 Pro ordered ! Thanks Op Heat added !
Thanks However they don't show u prices with discount codes so you don't really know how low it has been
https://m.pricespy.co.uk The above website checks all the prices with the retailers
Can anyone tell me if the Dyson v6 is a good price? Has it ever been cheaper? Will it be cheaper due to v10 getting released? I have only watched Dyson prices for the past 2 weeks so I don't have much knowledge about it Thanks
Could have gotten a Dyson V8 absolute refurbished for £208 yesterday from their eBay outlet with the 20% off code. 12 month warranty too.