Hisense H55M6600 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved TV - Silver £464 with code @ Boots Kitchen Appliances
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Hisense H55M6600 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved TV - Silver £464 with code @ Boots Kitchen Appliances

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Found 31st Dec 2016Made hot 31st Dec 2016
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Key Features

4K Ultra HD with upscaling - incredible picture quality

Stunning colour & contrast on a curved screen

Smart TV - catch up, movies, & 4K streaming

Freeview HD - 60 free channels including 12 in HD

4 HDMI & 3 USB ports - plug in lots of devices at once

Product Overview

This Hisense 55 inch LED TV has a 4K Ultra HD resolution with upscaling for incredible clarity and realism. The curved screen offers a more natural viewing angle, and High Dynamic Range technology delivers an impressive colour spectrum, giving stunning depth. It’s also a Smart TV so it connects to various apps for enjoying catch up, movies and 4K streaming. You’ll never run out of shows to watch with the built-in Freeview HD tuner, which accesses 60 free channels including 12 in HD. With 4 HDMI and 3 USB ports, you can even connect multiple devices.

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I'm assuming these have the same returns policy as their operator, AO? Haven't checked.

Edit: sadly, yes they do

Things you need to knowCan I return an item if I change my mind?We offer … Things you need to knowCan I return an item if I change my mind?We offer free returns for products which are unused within 14 days. Call us on 0344 879 3483, and one of our advisors will arrange the collection for you. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection of the appliance.We're happy for you to unpack the item and inspect it properly. However, if you've used or installed it, we will only make a partial refund to cover the loss in value of the product. Please note, this could be up to 50% of the price of the item. Your refund will be made within 14 days of collection



http://www.bootskitchenappliances.com/services/returns.aspx

30 quid more at Amazon. You pays yer money....
Edited by: "bellboys" 31st Dec 2016

bellboys

I'm assuming these have the same returns policy as their operator, AO? … I'm assuming these have the same returns policy as their operator, AO? Haven't checked.Edit: sadly, yes they dohttp://www.bootskitchenappliances.com/services/returns.aspx30 quid more at Amazon. You pays yer money....



I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.

If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...

If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!

Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??
Edited by: "ezzer72" 31st Dec 2016

anyone know if you can get kodi on this?

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??



​My thoughts exactly.

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??


Agreed

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??



​What happens when you play the lottery of DSE
or light bleeding?

All screens are different even when it's the same make and model.

I bought a Sony from Argos which had a severe cases of DSE I sent it back and got the same model and it was a lot better. Prime example of the tv lottery. Same applies for light bleeding around edges, some a lot worse than others.

Getting off your **** and looking in a shop at the tv doesn't change anything when it comes down to these two issues. Both are not classed as faults so AO and obviously this company won't help you.

I'd stick with a company like Amazon/Argos/JL/RS where returns and exchanges are easy.

AO have to abide by the consumer contracts regulations so if you receive the TV and you don't like it they have to take it back within 7 days for a full refund. Just make sure it is in 'new' condition and boxed.

cannycoyote

anyone know if you can get kodi on this?


No pal afraid not : (

emiratesstadium

​What happens when you play the lottery of DSEor light bleeding?All s … ​What happens when you play the lottery of DSEor light bleeding?All screens are different even when it's the same make and model.I bought a Sony from Argos which had a severe cases of DSE I sent it back and got the same model and it was a lot better. Prime example of the tv lottery. Same applies for light bleeding around edges, some a lot worse than others.Getting off your **** and looking in a shop at the tv doesn't change anything when it comes down to these two issues. Both are not classed as faults so AO and obviously this company won't help you.I'd stick with a company like Amazon/Argos/JL/RS where returns and exchanges are easy.



​What is DSE?

Never found a hisense in a shop local to me!

Good deal. How does this compare to the M7000 model?

I agree with ezzer72. Bought a h55m7000 for £590 from AO (price matched without any quibbles at all + used discount code) a few days ago, could not fault their service!

If you are really concerned about things going wrong with the TV when you open it for the first time, AO offer a policy provided by Domestic and General for £6.99 a month. You can cancel the policy within 14 days if you feel you don't need it. My point is, if there was anything wrong with your TV (including accidentally damaging it on installation) within the first few days you would be covered.

Personally, I've found no issues at all with my TV and I'm confident enough to cancel the policy during the cooling off period. Any manufacturer faults from now on should be covered by the Hisense warranty.
Edited by: "Pizzle" 31st Dec 2016

Same price at AO with GET30 code

​Dirty Screen Effect.

It's vertical banding common on edge lit screens that can be seen on bright blocked colours like watching the footy.

Can really effect the screen quality but is not actually classed as a fault as it's something that just happens with LED screens.
Edited by: "emiratesstadium" 31st Dec 2016

excellent!! cheers!!

great deal , tempted . moved house and have TV space for a big one now

Wish the TVs feet where moveable my unit is only 100cm wide

Standard Refresh Rate of 60 Hz. Is that too low for a decent 4k image?

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??



Agreed. I think its more the hassle if it goes wrong ie what are they like to deal with, also JL & RS long warranty etc. I have bought a few things from AO, some went faulty some had manufacturing recalls etc. They do try it on but if you quote the law they sort it. Me personally I would prefer the longer warranty with a reputable supplier. Thats just me - so its a case of putting this into perspective. Not many wish to purchase it then send it back as they dont like it, more like it does not do what was advertised and looks ****.

Pizzle

I agree with ezzer72. Bought a h55m7000 for £590 from AO (price matched … I agree with ezzer72. Bought a h55m7000 for £590 from AO (price matched without any quibbles at all + used discount code) a few days ago, could not fault their service!If you are really concerned about things going wrong with the TV when you open it for the first time, AO offer a policy provided by Domestic and General for £6.99 a month. You can cancel the policy within 14 days if you feel you don't need it. My point is, if there was anything wrong with your TV (including accidentally damaging it on installation) within the first few days you would be covered.Personally, I've found no issues at all with my TV and I'm confident enough to cancel the policy during the cooling off period. Any manufacturer faults from now on should be covered by the Hisense warranty.



Your rights are with the retailer!

proper bitch slapped

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??


No, if the TV doesn't meet expectation (e.g. screen issues) after installing, I expect them to give me a full refund and sell the return as an open box. But then that's why I buy from JL or Richer Sounds or Amazon.

Always smh when AO stuff on here gets so hot even at just a few quid cheaper than places with 5 year warranty and great CS.
Edited by: "HottyHotty" 31st Dec 2016

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??



Agreed !!

8bit or 10bit?

For our friend who works at AO above, I will explain.
A distance contract can be cancelled by the consumer, and the consumer can get a full refund. The consumer has 14 days. See s29(1) of theThe Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013.
Reimbursement must be made without delay (S34).
S34(9)- The retailer can deduct an amount that the goods may be diminished by, as a result of handling- this is what AO are probably trying to rely upon. BUT the Regulations make it clear that this cannot be for handling that is not beyond what is necessary for assessing the suitability of the goods.The Regulation is as follows:
"R34( 9) If (in the case of a sales contract) the value of the goods is diminished by any amount as a result of handling of the goods by the consumer beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods, the trader may recover that amount from the consumer, up to the contract price."
So opening something to test it is not beyond what is necessary to establish the nature etc of the goods.
If a company withheld payment in such circumstances, complain to Trading Standards, raise with your credit card company and if necessary just pursue them in small claims court.
BUT if you have run the TV for 14 days, lost the manuals, thrown away packaging etc, expect to pay, this is reasonable.
So you can legally open and look at it and check it and get a full refund.

ezzer72

I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the … I keep seeing this (for AO generally) and really don't understand the issue.If it's faulty you can return it no problems, and I have no sympathy for someone who would order an enormous boxed, big TV just to have a nosey at it and decide whether or not to keep...If you want to peruse it first, get off your ar5e and go and look in a shop!Can I also add, that the type of people who would moan about this, are no doubt the same who would go bananas if they ordered one and received a repackaged returned unit! Do you think AO should give you a 100% refund, and then send the TVs to be crushed??



Sometimes stuff aint up to the job. The sound quality maybe terrible, so you either put up with it forever annoyed or send it back for a different brand/model. That flexibility is why I wouldn't buy from anyone like AO.

Edited by: "LiGhTfasT" 31st Dec 2016

ExcitedbyBleach

Standard Refresh Rate of 60 Hz. Is that too low for a decent 4k image?


Every LCD screen (bar the fancy gaming monitors) is 60hz, regardless of whatever marketing bolox there is like 2000hz motion flow etc etc

wakeywarrior

For our friend who works at AO above, I will explain.A distance contract … For our friend who works at AO above, I will explain.A distance contract can be cancelled by the consumer, and the consumer can get a full refund. The consumer has 14 days. See s29(1) of theThe Consumer Contracts (Information, Cancellation and Additional Charges) Regulations 2013.Reimbursement must be made without delay (S34). S34(9)- The retailer can deduct an amount that the goods may be diminished by, as a result of handling- this is what AO are probably trying to rely upon. BUT the Regulations make it clear that this cannot be for handling that is not beyond what is necessary for assessing the suitability of the goods.The Regulation is as follows:"R34( 9) If (in the case of a sales contract) the value of the goods is diminished by any amount as a result of handling of the goods by the consumer beyond what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods, the trader may recover that amount from the consumer, up to the contract price."So opening something to test it is not beyond what is necessary to establish the nature etc of the goods.If a company withheld payment in such circumstances, complain to Trading Standards, raise with your credit card company and if necessary just pursue them in small claims court.BUT if you have run the TV for 14 days, lost the manuals, thrown away packaging etc, expect to pay, this is reasonable.So you can legally open and look at it and check it and get a full refund.



Well said! Seems like everyone is happy to give rights away these days.

I seen this set at RS today. No motion judder, pic was ok but no SD to try and a cartoon running nonstop in RS cardiff, not the demo I had hoped for very disapointed. Not even content n a stick. Telling people we have a tech issue when you sell tech is not good. Overall I thought the TV was good providing you dont compare it to oled. If the 60 or was it the 65 was as good as this I think I would go for that. As for difference between the sets from £400 to £1200 there is nothing NOTHING to shout about.

LiGhTfasT

Sometimes stuff aint up to the job. The sound quality maybe terrible, so … Sometimes stuff aint up to the job. The sound quality maybe terrible, so you either put up with it forever annoyed or send it back for a different brand/model. That flexibility is why I wouldn't buy from anyone like AO.


Like I said, go and view (and listen) in a shop.

Nice TV If it wasn't for the silly fad bendy screen

ezzer72

Like I said, go and view (and listen) in a shop.



ezzer72

Like I said, go and view (and listen) in a shop.



NO!

cannycoyote

anyone know if you can get kodi on this?



Just get a firestick.

kypdurron1

surpassed by consumer rights act october 2015 And yes i do know correct … surpassed by consumer rights act october 2015 And yes i do know correct legislation buy and try it ,ill gladly take 45 percent off you .




'The Consumer Rights Act 2015 stands alongside Regulations to create a greatly simplified body of consumer law. Taken together, they set out the basic rules which govern how consumers buy and businesses sell to them in the UK.'

Furthermore,

'Most of these changes were important updates to existing laws.'

The above is from The Citizens Advice website:

https://www.citizensadvice.org.uk/about-us/how-citizens-advice-works/citizens-advice-consumer-work/the-consumer-rights-act-2015/


It also mentions on the BBC website which has an article that explains the updated consumer rights act 2015,

'In most cases, buying goods on line is covered by the Distance Selling Regulations, which provide further protections over and above the Consumer Rights Act.'

The article can be found here:

https://www.google.co.uk/amp/www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/34410782?client=ms-android-samsung

Lastly you bash on about CONSUMER rights act 2015 like as if sellers have some extra advantage over consumers but you only need to look closer, it benefits the CONSUMER primarily (but of course not restricted to) hence the title consumer rights act 2015.

Also, you'll now have learnt, if you've read the articles, that the updates do not 'surpass' previous legislation (I refer to particularly the distance selling act) but is an update to make previous legislation clearer. There are valuable and clearer guidelines to digital content, as an example, which were rather ambiguous before the updated consumer rights act 2015.

So even though you would gladly like to take 45% off someone... It's not going to happen.
Edited by: "Umillion" 31st Dec 2016

Really 4k, we still don't have full HD broadcasts why waste your money on another TV

What bit is the panel on this TV?

Is it 120hz?

Got this before Christmas. Great tv. Xbox one looks amazing on it and the subtle curve makes a huge difference. Extremely pleased. Glad I didnt spend double on a samsung.

MNA

Really 4k, we still don't have full HD broadcasts why waste your money on … Really 4k, we still don't have full HD broadcasts why waste your money on another TV



What If someone's TV is broken and needs to buy a replacement? What's the point in buying a 1080p set when 4k TV's are available and prices are not that much higher than a 1080p set.

As for 4k content...there is plenty on Amazon and Netflix even if terrestrial services are still only 1080i...(Actually BBC are transmitting some 1080p output now btw)
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