Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65" 4K HDR TV at Groupon for £529. Possibly £465.52 With Cashback
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Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65" 4K HDR TV at Groupon for £529. Possibly £465.52 With Cashback

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Found 23rd Jul
Possibly £465.52, with 12% cashback, from Quidco. Thanks 'AmazonCrazy'

Full details can be found on Groupon.

Won't be for everyone and of course you could spend more, for a bigger name, but a little over £500 for a 65 inch 4K is impressive
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Manual for model "Finlux 65-FUC-8020" in the Groupon deal

finlux.co.uk/man…pdf

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With all the cracking TV deals that have been round lately not sure why anyone would opt for a Finlux
stantier29 m ago

With all the cracking TV deals that have been round lately not sure why …With all the cracking TV deals that have been round lately not sure why anyone would opt for a Finlux


Size and price obviously.
hot from me. a TV is a TV at the end of the day
phillyboy4 m ago

Size and price obviously.


seen same size panasonic, toshiba, hisense about the same price over past few weeks
stantier217 m ago

seen same size panasonic, toshiba, hisense about the same price over past …seen same size panasonic, toshiba, hisense about the same price over past few weeks



65" Panasonic TV for £500?. Where?
rev66 m ago

65" Panasonic TV for £500?. Where?


In his/her imagination
tempted... been looking for a 65 inch tv for quite a while. After the quidco offer it will be a great price.
Pity it’s not 3d compatible!!
foxymeister2 h, 27 m ago

Pity it’s not 3d compatible!!


I thought that technology was being killed off? In the home at least.
Edited by: "Carson_Official" 23rd Jul
Carson_Official8 m ago

I thought that technology was being killed off? In the home at least.



It is indeed
I had a 65" Bauhn from ALDI for £500 equivalent in Australia. IMO the picture quality was awful and I wouldn't make the same mistake again.
If you can purchase, try and then return for a refund then go for it. If you can't do that then the risk is on you.
stantier210 h, 34 m ago

With all the cracking TV deals that have been round lately not sure why …With all the cracking TV deals that have been round lately not sure why anyone would opt for a Finlux


Or a Toshiba, JVC, Hitachi, Sharp, Blaupunkt, Bush, Polaroid or any of the other Vestel or UMC manufactured TVs masquerading as decent brands? The reason is they're cheap, reliability is not a concern it would seem. Long warranties are useful for these 'brands'.
Edited by: "damadgeruk" 24th Jul
sleepingwonder16 h, 49 m ago

hot from me. a TV is a TV at the end of the day


...and presumably at other selected times of the day
how do you use quidco for this offer?

has anyone used it and got 12% cashback?
Edited by: "dredd171" 26th Jul
sleepingwonder23rd Jul

hot from me. a TV is a TV at the end of the day


I’ve bought this and I’m very satisfied with it for the money.

Didn’t get any warranty info in the box do you have to register on the finlux site ?
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