Unfortunately this deal is no longer valid
Hisense 50U7A ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Ultra HD Certified, Black/Silver £478.99 @ CoopElectrical
260° Expired

Hisense 50U7A ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Ultra HD Certified, Black/Silver £478.99 @ CoopElectrical

14
Posted 14th Oct 2018Edited by:"Sandy1012"
Latest 2018 model.
Use voucher code: CTRM-432531-SC for £25 off brings price to £474, then its £4.99 delivery. Total £478.99

Product Features

  • 50” 4K Ultra HD screen features higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to High Dynamic Range (HDR)
  • Excellent colour and picture brightness thanks to Hisense’s backlit Quantum Dot technology
  • Enjoy the matchday experience in your own home with Sports Mode and Ultra Motion technology that improves sharpness and reduces blur
  • Easily access the latest boxsets on Netflix, catch up with BBC iPlayer or search the web

See the incredible with Hisense ULED.


3079299.jpg
Community Updates

Groups

14 Comments
nice find sandy but for 539 richer sounds do this model with a six year guarentee.[vip membershp reqd but free ]
Which? Magazine tear this model apart but avforums say it’s the best TV in this price bracket. Odd.
Heres a video review for the TV here. Seems to be pretty good.

loxell14/10/2018 13:06

Heres a video review for the TV here. Seems to be pretty good.[Video]


That is not for this TV, that's for the 55 inch version which has a different panel.
Ah ha.....so the 50 inch is inferior?

Also, where do you input the voucher code?? I went all the way through to entering card details but no box to enter codes?
Do you think this will go lower on Black Friday??? As it's good value now.
burns942 h, 21 m ago

That is not for this TV, that's for the 55 inch version which has a …That is not for this TV, that's for the 55 inch version which has a different panel.


Where does it state the panel differs, can't find any info regarding this
[quote]Elite backlight technology

Utilised in our thinnest super slim screens, LEDs are positioned around
the edge of the screen presents brilliant contrast due to local dimming
and precision brightness technology.[/quote]

Interesting way of saying "the same edge-lit technology that more or less every non premium TV uses"
On a relevent but side note, what's the lowest I should expect to pay, or maybe the lowest spec I should go for a 50 inch 4k TV that works well with PS4 pro, and can any brands be trusted that are different to their badge? Or do I just go for Sony LG or Samsung?? Only asking here as I'm really struggling to find the right info to tick the boxes

I see plenty of 4k TVs around £400, and plenty over a grand, is £500 still being optimistic?
BeefyMcWhatNow14th Oct

On a relevent but side note, what's the lowest I should expect to pay, or …On a relevent but side note, what's the lowest I should expect to pay, or maybe the lowest spec I should go for a 50 inch 4k TV that works well with PS4 pro, and can any brands be trusted that are different to their badge? Or do I just go for Sony LG or Samsung?? Only asking here as I'm really struggling to find the right info to tick the boxesI see plenty of 4k TVs around £400, and plenty over a grand, is £500 still being optimistic?


The guys over on avforums say the 55 inch version of this Hisense is the best tv at the price range. They know what they’re talking about.
Think 55 is a little too big for where is going but I'll measure up, anything between 43 and 50 was where I was aiming, thanks for the reply

I've also read where someone mentions a TV and someone then mentions a different size of the she model and gets a reply stating it's a different panel, does that mean 2 different sizes of the exact same model TV can actually made by different companies? Sorry to ask quite specific questions but it seems a bit of a minefield
BeefyMcWhatNow15th Oct

Think 55 is a little too big for where is going but I'll measure up, …Think 55 is a little too big for where is going but I'll measure up, anything between 43 and 50 was where I was aiming, thanks for the replyI've also read where someone mentions a TV and someone then mentions a different size of the she model and gets a reply stating it's a different panel, does that mean 2 different sizes of the exact same model TV can actually made by different companies? Sorry to ask quite specific questions but it seems a bit of a minefield


Different sizes can be different quality and in Samsung’s case, even the same size screens can differ. You won’t go wrong with the 55” version of this that’s for sure.
AVOID any Hisense products. After sale/warranty department is a joke. I'm trying to get my 11 months washing machine fix under 24 month warranty. It's has been 4 months now and getting nowhere. Usuall crap answers: somebody will call you back, case is with our menager etc. etc.
REad feedbacks on internet about Hisense TV's.
Kill8ill17th Oct

AVOID any Hisense products. After sale/warranty department is a joke. I'm …AVOID any Hisense products. After sale/warranty department is a joke. I'm trying to get my 11 months washing machine fix under 24 month warranty. It's has been 4 months now and getting nowhere. Usuall crap answers: somebody will call you back, case is with our menager etc. etc. REad feedbacks on internet about Hisense TV's.


Buy everything of value on a credit card 💳
Edited by: "ChrisAston-Roebuck" 19th Oct 2018
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text