Hisense H55A6550UK 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £339.99 delivered @ Costco
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Hisense H55A6550UK 55 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £339.99 delivered @ Costco

£339.99£359.996%Costco Deals
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Posted 11th Jul
As above

Good price

Use code TENOFF for the price delivered with a 5 year warranty
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- 4K UHD, with HDR, HDR10, HLG- Freeview HD- Quad Core/MT5658EDEJ Processor- 5 Year Warranty Included

4K Ultra High Definition


Enter the world of 4K Ultra HD resolution with the Hisense A6550. Combining UHD Certified resolution and HDR technology to deliver pin sharp picture quality full of depth and colour vibrancy. With an intuitive and easily navigable Vidaa U Smart TV interface and Freeview Play, catch up on your favourite shows and latest movies.


HDR

HDR dramatically enhances detail by maximising on contrast and colour accuracy which delivers superior levels of clarity, and true-to-life colours. Bright areas of the picture do not blow out, and the dark areas are not lost.


Smart VIDAA U – Unique to Hisense

Hisense’s unique VIDAA U interface is easily customisable to your personal preference, so you can quickly find the content you need. Anything you need should be no more than three clicks away.


Slim Design

A sleek and slim design not only looks good, but works to minimise the space your TV takes up in your living room. This is accompanied by a narrow bezel for a more natural and immersive viewing experience.


Freeview Play

Catch up on your favourite shows from the last 7 days on BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4, Demand 5 and UKTV Play whenever you like, or pause and rewind live TV with no boxes and no monthly fees.


Advanced Audio

Advanced audio enhancement technologies mean you can experience sound bar standard quality audio. Total Sonics provides rich, deep bass and crisps highs, Total Surround envelops listeners whilst Total Volume maintains even loudness

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EazyDuz12/07/2019 19:10

Cold, these r maid in China



Err, most things are. And it's 'made'.
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Nice one @PennyTrader
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Costco going HAM with TV deals. Wonder if its tactical knowing prime is round the corner...
Bought 2 😄
Good luck with those 2, they won't last long before going wrong.
andy110212/07/2019 09:23

Good luck with those 2, they won't last long before going wrong.


Well you get 5 year warranty and given how relaxed costco are about returning stuff, you will get your money back and have had a free TV for a while.
Any one have any experience with this TV and console use/input lag? Will be pulling the trigger on something similar for gaming soon - will probably wait until Monday to see what amazon come up with
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Edited by: "iptvreseller" 12th Jul
andy110212/07/2019 09:23

Good luck with those 2, they won't last long before going wrong.


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andy110212/07/2019 09:23

Good luck with those 2, they won't last long before going wrong.


Even without the 5y Costco warranty, Hisense give a 2y manufacturer warranty compared to the big boys who give only one.
I've had a 55N5500 since last year and watched 2-3h daily not one issue so far. 4K Netflix and Prime video with single button acces, TV has had multiple software updates including to some of the apps as well. No issues so far and very happy with picture quality. Xbox gaming a treat on Game mode, of course I'm not expecting eyeball busting HDR on a £330 TV.
hcc2712/07/2019 11:35

Even without the 5y Costco warranty, Hisense give a 2y manufacturer …Even without the 5y Costco warranty, Hisense give a 2y manufacturer warranty compared to the big boys who give only one. I've had a 55N5500 since last year and watched 2-3h daily not one issue so far. 4K Netflix and Prime video with single button acces, TV has had multiple software updates including to some of the apps as well. No issues so far and very happy with picture quality. Xbox gaming a treat on Game mode, of course I'm not expecting eyeball busting HDR on a £330 TV.


I'm pretty sure you have to offer a 2 year warranty by law, a lot of brands word it cleverly but 2 years is the official rule.
viper_polo12/07/2019 12:25

I'm pretty sure you have to offer a 2 year warranty by law, a lot of …I'm pretty sure you have to offer a 2 year warranty by law, a lot of brands word it cleverly but 2 years is the official rule.


LG, Samsung, Sony etc offer only a standard one year warranty on their documentation and websites, just have a look.

I'd say 99% of folks who have a problem after the first year simply accept that the warranty has expired, only a few pursue claims through the Consumer Rights act (the SOGA replacement) within the first 6 years as it stands now. It takes time, perseverance and some awareness of these laws to make a successful claim given how good retailers and manufacturers are good at pushing back. Resolver has made this a tad easier.

I for one would rather avoid the hassle and go with an extended warranty offered up front.
Saw this in person at costco birmingham, was impressed, good build quality and picture was very impressive. Heat
Had my Hisense tv coming up three year never a problem would buy again.
Cold, these r maid in China
Thanks for posting @PennyTrader we have added this to today's Highlights pages
EazyDuz12/07/2019 19:10

Cold, these r maid in China



Err, most things are. And it's 'made'.
Anyone know if the inputs stay in the same order .. asking for my harmony hub
As the hisense tv I got the last input I use jumps at which the harmony don't like .
Just set the 2 up I bought. The are fantastic for the price. My main TV is a Samsung Q8 so my standards were high.
lekky14/07/2019 23:25

Just set the 2 up I bought. The are fantastic for the price. My main TV is …Just set the 2 up I bought. The are fantastic for the price. My main TV is a Samsung Q8 so my standards were high.


Have you tried games on it yet? Input lag? Just ordered one
Haven't tried any gaming on it no sorry!
It's OK, nothing fancy - would have been happy with it but it came with a dead pixel... Feelsbadman
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