Hisense 65K5510 65" 4k tv with 5 year Warranty included! £799.95 @ John Lewis
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Hisense 65K5510 65" 4k tv with 5 year Warranty included! £799.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 7th Jul 2016
Warranty wise not as good deal as RicherSounds one with 6 years., but 5 years JL warranty is good enough I think.

There is plenty of stock to get it delivered immediately unlike RicherSounds who are not getting stock for at least 2 weeks + their 3-5 days delivery time.

Only 95p more than RS's price...!!

Link to the old RS Thread:
hotukdeals.com/dea…479

Link to the AVForums Owner's thread with lots of additional info:
avforums.com/thr…92/
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input lag? probably 1000ms
No good then
shahidali47

input lag? probably 1000ms



I haven't decided yet, but I red on several forums that there is hardly any input lag...
HDR?
Enjoy razor-sharp 4K and colour-boosting HDR with Hisense’s awesome K5510. Backed by four-times the resolution of Full HD, this 10-bit set can play programmes and movies in beautiful High Dynamic Range.
only recently heard of Hisense. Are they any good?
michaelfentonplymouth

only recently heard of Hisense. Are they any good?



China's top TV brand...
I see RS have the HISENSE 65M5500 for sale at the same price. Not sure what the difference is between the two. Would be interested if anyone had some info/experience.
Does anybody know the width of the stand?
zombrex

China's top TV brand...


any links to support ur statement?
rs84

Does anybody know the width of the stand?



Doesn't look much less than tv width

Dimensions
Packaged: H97 X W162.4 X D22.1cm
Dimensions With Stand
H89.8 X W145.8 X D31.5cm
Dimensions Without Stand
H85.4 X W145.8 X D6.2cm
RaZzla

www.google.co.ukYou're welcome


Yup 2 minutes on Google statista.com/sta…rs/
Could anyone seriously drop £800 on a Hisense?
Very very good price for this size and HDR + 10 bit panel! I've just recently brought aye Samsung 43" HDR 4K tv for my room but this would be great for the living room!
craig.walton2

I see RS have the HISENSE 65M5500 for sale at the same price. Not sure … I see RS have the HISENSE 65M5500 for sale at the same price. Not sure what the difference is between the two. Would be interested if anyone had some info/experience.


I was told by RS that new one will have better panel but no stock until late August
Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd rather pay a bit more for a better brand. These warranties are normally parts only, labour is expensive if fixable.
Ive had two panels fitted to my Samsung under johnlewis warranty never paid a penny for labour
800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know
cornishscouse

Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd … Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd rather pay a bit more for a better brand. These warranties are normally parts only, labour is expensive if fixable.



Try reading before spouting this claptrap the JL and RS and Costco Warranties are brilliant, full parts and labour and if cant fix straight away they just replace.


This is a great set for £799 (I bought mine a couple of weeks ago when it was £720 at AO)..

It was relacing a £3000 58" Panasonic that went faulty at just one month old.

I know which I would rather have, and its the £800 HiSense.

Stunning image and Good Sound for a Flat Panel

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/33717226/SAM_8194.JPG

Edited by: "flashyphotos" 7th Jul 2016
magicalex9

800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know



Emerging?

Maybe in your little bubble perhaps.
Eclairs

I haven't decided yet, but I red on several forums that there is hardly … I haven't decided yet, but I red on several forums that there is hardly any input lag...


shahidali47 said "probably" therefore it must be true!
MBeeching

Could anyone seriously drop £800 on a Hisense?



I was happy to drop a 1K on a Hisense. Do your homework!!
cornishscouse

Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd … Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd rather pay a bit more for a better brand. These warranties are normally parts only, labour is expensive if fixable.



magicalex9

800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know



Heh heh an emerging Chinese brand. Maybe in the UK mate. Google and find out how large Hisense is in the world.
magicalex9

800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know



They aren't an emerging brand, just because they are new to the European market, it's owned by the Chinese government, had a turnover of over 15 billon dollars in 2013, and makes items for other brands too.

I'd have a hisense over comparable priced "big brand" anyday of the week, a lot more for your money and for a lot of retailers to give 5 and 6 year warranties on them, shows they also have faith in their builds.
John Lewis are the best for warranty, have some heat
If you think Hisense is a poor brand then you are deluded. They offer incredible value for money and produce excellent sets with the latest tech. I've had a 55" curved 4K TV for 6 months and it's an amazing set. The number of people that comment on the quality of the image and the shock when I tell them I only paid £750.
magicalex9

800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know



Emerging here and a new brand is not the same thing as a budget brand.

It would be like sticking to German marque cars as they are popular and assume reliability when the opposite is true and parts/labour are the most expensive
Hisense is the new Onkyo !
michaelfentonplymouth

only recently heard of Hisense. Are they any good?



Let me make a prediction. They will become a leading TV brand in the UK in the next couple of years. They are making a real impact against Samsung and LG. They offer very competitive sets but I would not consider them a cheap brand.

Oh, and I have absolutely nothing to do with them at all except carefully doing my homework and buying a 65" set based on price, quality and performance.
Edited by: "cleverdic" 7th Jul 2016
Can you have these de badged?
MBeeching

Could anyone seriously drop £800 on a Hisense?


yes
cleverdic

Let me make a prediction. They will become a leading TV brand in the UK … Let me make a prediction. They will become a leading TV brand in the UK in the next couple of years. They are making a real impact against Samsung and LG. They offer very competitive sets but I would not consider them a cheap brand.Oh, and I have absolutely nothing to do with them at all except carefully doing my homework and buying a 65" set based on price, quality and performance.



As a founding member nice to know something has raised you from your coma (_;)

And your tv looks too big for where you've got it and you could have hid the wires a bit better.........Nice try though.
Edited by: "CoolElectronics" 7th Jul 2016
The only thing that puts me off these sets is the input lag, they are useless for half serious FPS gaming
magicalex9

800 quid for an emerging Chinese brand. I'll stick to what I know


Hisense are not an emerging Chinese brand, they are a well established brand. Lived in Australia for years, where Hisense have a much larger presence than UK and they are not a 'crappy' brand at all. You'll pay a premium for a Samsung or LG badge, nevermind a Sony badge, and you'll get the same tech built in. I'd be surprised if they weren't built in the same factories in China/Korea/Taiwan.
Justsuperman

Very very good price for this size and HDR + 10 bit panel! I've just … Very very good price for this size and HDR + 10 bit panel! I've just recently brought aye Samsung 43" HDR 4K tv for my room but this would be great for the living room!



doesn't have HDR
Face172

yes



Ahh, enjoy then
cleverdic

I was happy to drop a 1K on a Hisense. Do your homework!!



I always do my homework, but I don't take gambles
cornishscouse

Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd … Cheap price for cheap make, don't get me wrong, its a good deal, but i'd rather pay a bit more for a better brand. These warranties are normally parts only, labour is expensive if fixable.



Oh dear so wrong JL and rs warranties are parts and labour. No fix they refund or offer similar value TV.Who the hell offers parts only warranty on a TV unless hot point have suddenly started making TV s.
these guys sponsor the uefa euro 2016
with good marketing like that they will surely get to the top
mebzz

doesn't have HDR



I see, John Lewis states it does
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