Hisense H55M6600, 55 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart Curved TV - £549.99 (+ £100 credit) + delivery - £555.98 @ Very (BNPL)
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Hisense H55M6600, 55 Inch, 4K Ultra HD, HDR, Freeview HD, Smart Curved TV - £549.99 (+ £100 credit) + delivery - £555.98 @ Very (BNPL)

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Found 22nd May 2017
I was looking for a 4k 55 inch tv and found very nice deal from VERY.

Hisense H55M6600 for £549.99 with £100 automatic credit if chosen with Buy Now Pay Later makes it great £449.99.

Edit - forgot to mention £5.99 delivery
(thanks OP)

Final price - £455.98

Obviously it's Very and obviously it's credit but... still good deal for me

First deal on HUKD so do be too cruel

It's simple you get the £50 / £100 credit applied to your main account then just contact customer service and ask them to transfer that credit to a bnpl order of your choice then pay what's left outstanding on that item before the year so no intrest. EASY

- AJ92

What he said thanks AJ
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So just to be clear - order this on buy now pay later and you pay £449.99 with no interest ?
Original Poster
If you choose BNPL and pay it off within chosen time frame - yes. Deal itself is for £549.99 and you will be credited back (£100).
Fair nuff' heat added.
I mentioned this in my post last week - you need to add £5.99 postage on to that price!
Original Poster
Very true - thanks
Great tv for the price. I have one and can't fault it
Is the frame actually metal or is it silver coloured plastic?
Does anybody know if you use the 10% off first credit order code you still get the £100 credit?
Shame its curved
Thanks OP Remeber the £100 is credited back to the account and I doubt if you will be able to cash it out.
I don't like Curved but if you are into racers or flight sim type games. I could imagine it being quite immersive if you played close up to it. Do some curve more than others? Heated for the price for what you get with size.

Edited by: "mivanpy" 22nd May 2017
Original Poster
Similar deal but for a flat one - very.co.uk/his…prd
aroetem

Similar deal but for a flat one - … Similar deal but for a flat one - http://www.very.co.uk/hisense-h55m3300-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-freeview-hd-smart-tv/1600165078.prd



3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend
linhang90

3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend



Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed
nice deal. hard to find reviews though
linhang90

3300 is the low specs one. Wouldnt recommend



Not at all my missis has the 3300 in her home gym and for the money its a great TV 4K HDR with plex built in you cant go wrong. Seems that the daft fad for curved TV's is coming to a end as the last few weeks there have been some great buys on curved TV's i suspect its like 3D.
Would never swap my oled curved for flat .just looks so much better ,even when switched off !
Edited by: "rickj" 23rd May 2017
Hey try using the code LAMJA at checkout it adds £20 credit to your account aswell . not sure if its expired now but worth a try it worked last week.
After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, £669 with £100 off(£569) from very is what i went for.

Found the m7000 picture and motion handling to be much better than the m6600, deffo worth it for £100 more.
I've bought this as it seems a good price and has very good reviews from what I've seen. Not sure if the LG 55UH661V may have been a better option though for £50 more
toby1352

Does anybody know if you use the 10% off first credit order code you … Does anybody know if you use the 10% off first credit order code you still get the £100 credit?


You're having a Laff!
MisterFresh1980

Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit … Same specs TV, actually the only difference is the flat one is direct lit and this one is edge lit and suffers from light bleed



​the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.
adamspencer95

the m3300 is edge lit. does suffer with some backlight bleed.



Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020

I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.

I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.
Damrock

After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, … After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, £669 with £100 off(£569) from very is what i went for. Found the m7000 picture and motion handling to be much better than the m6600, deffo worth it for £100 more.



​How you finding it then? any chirping noise coming from the back at all? thats a known issue apparently
would never touch very, dont matter about the price
Damrock

After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, … After going to a local store last week i went with the Hisense H55M7000, £669 with £100 off(£569) from very is what i went for. Found the m7000 picture and motion handling to be much better than the m6600, deffo worth it for £100 more.



​I went for same set, will mainly use for PS4 Pro. Arrived earlier today. Still tweaking picture settings but some of the Pro titles look outstanding.
MisterFresh1980

Not according to Hisense spcecs … Not according to Hisense spcecs http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/f320d020I had the M6600 and it went back due to the terrible light bleed it had, a lot of users have also experienced the light bleed with this set which is documented on the avforums thread for this model.I bought the M3300 as a replacement and it doesn't have any light bleeding issues and I am pretty happy with it.



​the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.

no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.
adamspencer95

the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but … the link isn't from Hisense though, it's from displayspecifications but no, it is definately not direct lit, i think the US versions might be.no mention of direct lit on the Hisense UK website.



Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I would be pretty annoyed if it was not direct lit, because I was told directly by a Hisense representative that it was direct lit. I had to go through Hisense first before arranging my return and the person I spoke to explained to me that the light bleed on the M6600 can be due to it's edge lit panel and I would be better off with the M3300 if I wanted to avoid this. Also I have seen it advertised as direct lit in the specs on a few retailers and on the comparison link I posted above.

Seeing as I do not suffer from edge light bleed on my m3300 and I was told by Hisense it was direct lit and it's been advertised as such I am obviously going to continue to believe that unless you can provide anything to convince me otherwise?
MisterFresh1980

Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I … Do you have any proof to back that up? The reason I ask is because I would be pretty annoyed if it was not direct lit, because I was told directly by a Hisense representative that it was direct lit. I had to go through Hisense first before arranging my return and the person I spoke to explained to me that the light bleed on the M6600 can be due to it's edge lit panel and I would be better off with the M3300 if I wanted to avoid this. Also I have seen it advertised as direct lit in the specs on a few retailers and on the comparison link I posted above. Seeing as I do not suffer from edge light bleed on my m3300 and I was told by Hisense it was direct lit and it's been advertised as such I am obviously going to continue to believe that unless you can provide anything to convince me otherwise?


I am 99.9% sure the M3000, M3300 & M6600 are edge lit......they definitely aren't FALD/full array, though there is the vague possibility of being the old style direct lit (though they look far too slim for that).
Edited by: "N1Andy" 23rd May 2017
I'd rather go with this... http://www.very.co.uk/hisense-h55m7000-55-inch-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-hd-smart-tv/1600165076.prd

You still pay 669.99 though, sure if you want to get other things from Very. So it's kinda good bait tactics from them, no reason to overpay for 100 credit you can only spend on their site.
N1Andy

I am 99.9% sure the M3000, M3300 & M6600 are edge lit......they … I am 99.9% sure the M3000, M3300 & M6600 are edge lit......they definitely aren't FALD/full array, though there is the vague possibility of being the old style direct lit (though they look far too slim for that).



​I've got the m6600, I'd be very surprised if it's edge lit as on a black screen I can see some clouding from the array, which I can live with for the superb picture
frosty68

I've got the m6600, I'd be very surprised if it's edge lit as on a black … I've got the m6600, I'd be very surprised if it's edge lit as on a black screen I can see some clouding from the array, which I can live with for the superb picture


The M6600 is definitely edge lit LED.
l33tpilot

I'd rather go with this... … I'd rather go with this... http://www.very.co.uk/hisense-h55m7000-55-inch-uled-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-freeview-hd-smart-tv/1600165076.prdYou still pay 669.99 though, sure if you want to get other things from Very. So it's kinda good bait tactics from them, no reason to overpay for 100 credit you can only spend on their site.



Actually, the credit goes towards your final balance, so you will have £100 less to pay. I did this method when buying my Xbox One S, they credited the money on the first monthly statement and I paid the rest off straight away.
I've just recieved this TV today and i'm struggling to hang it on the wall.

Does anyone know the size of the screws required to attach it to a wall mount? I have an existing mount I can use but the screws that are in the back of the tv end up being to short when trying to attach it. I need the size of the thread so that I can search for longer bolts/ screws

Any help would be appreciated.
cant you just take 1 screw out.. go down your local B&Q with it and find a longer one?
makershaker

cant you just take 1 screw out.. go down your local B&Q with it and find … cant you just take 1 screw out.. go down your local B&Q with it and find a longer one?



​That's what I'm heading out to do now, cheers
Where can i find details about this £100 cashback, are all tv's eligible, can't find this info anywhere...

Thx
Markabs

I went for same set, will mainly use for PS4 Pro. Arrived earlier today. … I went for same set, will mainly use for PS4 Pro. Arrived earlier today. Still tweaking picture settings but some of the Pro titles look outstanding.



How is the Pro working with the new set? I am looking for TV for my Pro and One S, would you still recomment? Any criticism!?
Pretty good but still tinkering. Using a selection of settings from AV forums. Haven't noticed much input lag either. Results seem to vary from title to title. Uncharted 4 & Deus Ex look outstanding in hdr, The Last of Us, not quite as good (possibly down to being a remaster?) I use a predator X34 ultrawide for pc gaming.
The options seem a bit limited at the moment. Samsung KS7000 series (if you can find one) or LG Oled (Over double the price)
Providing everyone gets credited for these deals, I have little to complain about
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