Hisense 65" Ultra UHD 3D Quad Core Smart 4K LED TV  £999.99 @ crampton and moore
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Hisense 65" Ultra UHD 3D Quad Core Smart 4K LED TV £999.99 @ crampton and moore

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Found 25th Jan 2016
The new Hisense K700 UHD TV series combines 4K UHD resolution, quad-core processing, a wide colour range and one-touch Netflix access wrapped up in a super slim design. Measuring a mere 3.5 cm deep at their thinnest point this TVs screen size comes in at a hugely impressive 65” (164cm). A quite stunning television to match all your needs!

This brand has got great reviews, pound for pound probably best 65" 4k tv deal out there! They even i have iplayer now

5 year warranty only extra £79.99!
Also 3.03% Topcashback

*If you do not want to purchase the warranty, you could order via Tesco Direct,as you can get 999 clubcard points - The five year warranty is a hefty £224.99 with Tesco Direct
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From which retailer?
Really pleased with my one. Fill your boots quick!
Ultra UHD?

Ultra Ultra HD!
Got excited then! I thought it was the k720. Oh well the wait continues.
r66bby

Got excited then! I thought it was the k720. Oh well the wait continues.


It will be worth the wait
I'm after a 65" 3D TV and was thinking Samsung JS900 at the eye watering price of £2,400.
I like the Samsung as it seems to be able to play any file format you throw at it, but really tempted by this.
What's the attraction of the K720?
ricky7

5 year warranty only extra £79.99!


What's the duration of the standard inclusive Hisense warranty?
Had the 58" K700 for nearly a month now and I am still in awe of the picture quality. Not a day goes by that someone says "wow that picture is amazing"!
AndyRoyd

What's the duration of the standard inclusive Hisense warranty?


2 years if you register on their website
This the one with the 10bit panel? If so, stunning price.
Wish my old Sony would die, too flamin bullet proof.
Any ideas for stand? Cheers
Are HiSense tvs any good?
pglfc

Are HiSense tvs any good?


They don't do particularly well in most reviews, get what you pay for. Chinese TVs for budget price.
sampain

I'm after a 65" 3D TV and was thinking Samsung JS900 at the eye watering … I'm after a 65" 3D TV and was thinking Samsung JS900 at the eye watering price of £2,400.I like the Samsung as it seems to be able to play any file format you throw at it, but really tempted by this.What's the attraction of the K720?



The price.
Jezza67

They don't do particularly well in most reviews, get what you pay for. … They don't do particularly well in most reviews, get what you pay for. Chinese TVs for budget price.



I've seen some pretty spectacular reviews. The average reviews don't read any worse than those for any other brand.
Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer Sounds Ireland. Poor Poor
Maxie1986

Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer … Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer Sounds Ireland. Poor Poor


Have you ever seen this TV in real world?
rambits

Have you ever seen this TV in real world?




Is it worth the upgrade then? I can sell my old 55" UHD tv to my mate and get this if its worth the funds
Maxie1986

Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer … Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer Sounds Ireland. Poor Poor



And yet I am using one right now and it is very good. I have seen £2,000 sets in Currys that look abysmal because of the feed. A 10 minute look in a retail store really should not be the sole decider.
What stands are people using for these TVs please?
I got the K700 58 inch version. it is a great TV fares better than any Samsung LG Sony Panasonic of the same price bracket. there is no light bleed or banding/clouding that the big brand seems to suffer on their low to mid budget TV. and the local dimming on this really works. not sure the K700 is hisense's current top range but it is a premium display. also it offers complete tunable controls on picture settings so you can get the TV fully calibrated. this is meant to be a wide garmut as well. the sound from my 58 is excellent also very powerful @ 20% it is really loud already and the surround sound is freaking amazing. so anyone thinks Hisense is a rubbish name really need to do their research. they had bigger stands in CES than Samsung/LG/Sony. they may be the third largest TV producer in the world but don't quote me on that.
rambits

Have you ever seen this TV in real world?



​Yes the real world. richer sound's store as I've mentioned. quality was poor. motion was ever worse. just my opinion
Jezza67

They don't do particularly well in most reviews, get what you pay for. … They don't do particularly well in most reviews, get what you pay for. Chinese TVs for budget price.


Can you justify then paying 2.5k for 55 inch lg or samsung ?
I posted this deal two months ago
hotukdeals.com/dea…904

John Lewis online price matched it for me and a bunch of other people, that's worth it for the warranty in my opinion.

It's an absolutely fantastic TV for the price. The Opera TV OS runs very slowly though, so I'd highly recommend an external streaming box.

Netflix in UHD looks great.

Not sure why OP mentions iPlayer, at least my TV doesn't have it (we've been promised an update end of December, then end of January, then end of February, to add iPlayer+Amazon Prime Video...).

If people want to know more, there's a nice long owner's thread on AVForums.
Edited by: "Lahn" 25th Jan 2016
Any ideas on a stand for this please??? Thanks
Maxie1986

Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer … Poor tvs. stick to better brands. Ive seen these in action at Richer Sounds Ireland. Poor Poor


Absolute tosh!!
Your crazy ill informed statement not Hisense TV's. They are amazing and as good as if not better than any branded TV for twice the price!
I was dubious but after taking the plunge am amazed at the quality. oO
millward84

What stands are people using for these TVs please?


A wall
sampain

I'm after a 65" 3D TV and was thinking Samsung JS900 at the eye watering … I'm after a 65" 3D TV and was thinking Samsung JS900 at the eye watering price of £2,400.I like the Samsung as it seems to be able to play any file format you throw at it, but really tempted by this.What's the attraction of the K720?



I wouldnt mind knowing the attraction of the K720 over this tv?
Is the K720 curved rather than flat?
millward84

Any ideas on a stand for this please??? Thanks


What do you mean? They come with legs so they can stand on there own.
cford2010

What do you mean? They come with legs so they can stand on there own.



Tv unit to fit it on
cford2010

What do you mean? They come with legs so they can stand on there own.

I put my 70 inch tv on one of these ikea besta units m.ikea.com/gb/…29/ though the tv has a centre stand compared to this one which has at both ends of tv. should still be fine.
losdamianos

Can you justify then paying 2.5k for 55 inch lg or samsung ?


Can you justify spending £1000 on something that could well be poor quality, get what you pay for.
Hisense is not just a cheap Chinese brand. They actually produce fantastic tv's. I've got the 55" 720 and it's an amazing bit of kit. The blacks are ink like and the 4K looks stunning with localised dimming. Reviews are not poor at all. Hisense is one of the biggest manufacturers of tv's in the world but have only recently launched in the uk.
Jezza67

Can you justify spending £1000 on something that could well be poor … Can you justify spending £1000 on something that could well be poor quality, get what you pay for.


There's just as high a chance the Sony or Samsung unit you order is a dud. These are cheap, but not lower quality...
millward84

Any ideas on a stand for this please??? Thanks


I use this for my 65K700:
amazon.co.uk/gp/…DLE

works very well - I needed a centre foot rather than two feet at the sides, as my table isn't wide enough for that.
Jezza67

Can you justify spending £1000 on something that could well be poor … Can you justify spending £1000 on something that could well be poor quality, get what you pay for.


I have 58 inch version of this telly and 60 inch samsung, after calibration Hisense looks way better then out of the box samsung (which also benefit from calibration) I back my comments with experience and Im not biased if I see chinese brand, I think you are dazzled by big brands not quality
the 720 is FALD. it has more zones for dimming so in theory better screen uniformity and black levels.

i have the 58" k700 and previously had the sony x8509 and panasonic 700 both of which went back due to issues.

this tv is pretty good, the smart system isnt as good as major brands but picture quality is very good.
Maxie1986

​Yes the real world. richer sound's store as I've mentioned. quality was p … ​Yes the real world. richer sound's store as I've mentioned. quality was poor. motion was ever worse. just my opinion



So a brief look instore. Not used one.
losdamianos

I have 58 inch version of this telly and 60 inch samsung, after … I have 58 inch version of this telly and 60 inch samsung, after calibration Hisense looks way better then out of the box samsung (which also benefit from calibration) I back my comments with experience and Im not biased if I see chinese brand, I think you are dazzled by big brands not quality


As long as you're happy with it that's what matters, I should book an appointment with an optician at your earliest convenience if I was you
Lahn

There's just as high a chance the Sony or Samsung unit you order is a … There's just as high a chance the Sony or Samsung unit you order is a dud. These are cheap, but not lower quality...

Yes but that can be said of anything you buy, I see more dud cheap TVs than any of the major brands.
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