Hisense H65N5300 65" Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV - 5year warranty £599.98 @ Costco
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Hisense H65N5300 65" Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV - 5year warranty £599.98 @ Costco

£599.98Costco Deals
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LocalFound 24th Dec 2017
Looks a good deal for those who have access to Costco, usual 5 year warranty.

£499.99 plus VAT
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Screen spec of this model fyi

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Doing my head in this site,everytime i decide on a tv to buy someone puts another deal up to confuse me more than i already am...anyone got this,any good?
Edited by: "boothylad" 10th Jan
My friend got this telly for £799 from RicherSounds and we liked it so we know what we were getting when we got it today for £599.

Tips:
* Turn off/lower Noise reduction to remove/lessen ghosting
* Turn off/lower Ultra smooth motion to remove/lessen artefacts with fast moving objects
* Turn off/lower Adaptive contrast to remove/lessen blacks crushing detail
* Use PC/Game mode whenever possible and tweak the settings to your liking (I prefer turning up sharpness and saturation a little then choose warm)
* Format USB hard drives/memory sticks to NTFS so they will be recognised
* The telly will recognise most file formats saved in USB drives even 4K (Planet earth + Blue Planet recommneded)
* There are Hisense TV codes available for your Youview box/Sky/BT etc. that will enable you to control the box and the telly at the same time

Hisense 3 digit remote codes
759

Hisense 4 digit remote codes
0073, 0182, 0216, 0848, 0208, 0009, 0145, 0156, 0227, 0508, 0696, 0748, 0753, 0821, 1170, 0780

Hisense 5 digit remote codes
12183, 10748, 11758

Youview box codes
1363, 0073, 0054, 1314, 2098, 2037, 1243, 0208, 1772, 0122, 0124, 0753, 0860, 2341, 0896, 0087, 0376, 0046
Edited by: "gx3k" 2nd Jan
I got a notification of the OP and went straight down Costco Southampton and bought me one
Thanks OP
Edited by: "Nat.Tho" 24th Dec 2017
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Tried to vote hot twice!
Where's the link? Costco don't even show this on their website. Was this a local store deal only?
Edited by: "Lukkii" 24th Dec 2017
Can't see this anywhere.....proof please?
Nice!!
That's cheap if true, a pic of the price tag would be great
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I got a notification of the OP and went straight down Costco Southampton and bought me one
Thanks OP
Edited by: "Nat.Tho" 24th Dec 2017
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Sorry folks I did take a photo on my phone but posted this when got home on a desktop but looks like someone was able to do it
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This is a cracking deal
Can the Hisense logo be removed?
Wow. Not a bad TV either
I love my 60 inch Hisense- a really good time to buy a Hisense as it seems they are trying to gain market share by keeping prices down( but quality and performance up).
jaydeeuk127 m ago

Wow. Not a bad TV either



Electrical tape would work. But I'm sure friends and family would care more that you've tried covering the brand than actually seeing Hisense on the front.
Edited by: "rev6" 24th Dec 2017
Don’t knock the brand, I have the same model and the picture is as good as my Sony.
Couple of reviews here:


Common.Sense47 m ago

Can the Hisense logo be removed?


And a review for you:

Can you please let me know what you think of it mate?

I have been looking to buy a 65 inch TV for a while and wanted a Sony, but keep on hearing bad stories of a bad android on them.

This deal should be much hotter Imo, as it is an incredible deal with the added safety net of a 5 year guarantee.

I tried to ring Birmingham Costco, but got no response, does anyone know if they have it in stock there?

Merry Christmas y'all!!
HDR ???
ScoobyZ1 h, 56 m ago

Couple of reviews here: [Video] [Video] And a review for you:[Video]

I take it that is a no. They would sell more if it could be removed so there was no branding. Those who want to keep the branding could do so.

I do not dispute is is a good deal from the Chinese state owned company.

It is rare to see a Skoda parked in front of a million pound house in the UK, even though they are good cars!
Edited by: "Common.Sense" 24th Dec 2017
I have a question. Last Monday I just purchased the 55inch of this model from Argos, on their site it says the TV is 60hz, but on the back of the TV its says 50hz.

I believe its the same on the 65inch too.

Is the Argos site wrong, or does the 50hz on the back of the TV mean something different.

Will I be able to return this to Argos & just get the one from Costco, £120 more.
Common.Sense32 m ago

It is rare to see a Skoda parked in front of a million pound house, even …It is rare to see a Skoda parked in front of a million pound house, even though they are good cars!



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Edited by: "ScoobyZ" 24th Dec 2017
Just 2? That is rare!
60hz panel...
Cracking deal,better get my ass down to costco asap........hisene looks the way to go on a budget,thanks op
assuming this isn't 10 bit?
ScoobyZ41 m ago

Almost as rare as your deals



One does not have to post deals. They can comment on deals and give a different view, which is equally important. Many so called "deals" posted are simply not "hot deals".
Common.Sense56 m ago

One does not have to post deals. They can comment on deals and give a …One does not have to post deals. They can comment on deals and give a different view, which is equally important. Many so called "deals" posted are simply not "hot deals".



I totally agree with this comment, but your earlier posts were verging on snobbery. Maybe time for a name change.
I know there's no HDR but it's still an improvement on my 37" 1080p and at a cracking price. Nice find OP heat added.
Even considering removing manf. logo . . . . sad.
slartibartfastt1 h, 51 m ago

I know there's no HDR but it's still an improvement on my 37" 1080p and at …I know there's no HDR but it's still an improvement on my 37" 1080p and at a cracking price. Nice find OP heat added.


By hisense website and Amazon says it is HDR? As 60" i got couple weeks back is. Now tempted to take back and get this
Common.Sense18 h, 7 m ago

Can the Hisense logo be removed?


Why do you want to do that? They're pretty reputable these days.
KineticCalvaria31 m ago

Why do you want to do that? They're pretty reputable these days.


I agree they're reputable. They're also a branch of the Chinese government, so hard to compete with in China I guess. Will be interesting if they start getting hit with lawsuits in the west.

Imagine if the UK government set up its own company to compete with the likes of LG and Samsung.
Edited by: "supermann" 25th Dec 2017
Did they have any bigger sizes at lower prices? HiSense do a 75" HDR, might have to go costco to check this out tomorrow!
Hello

I have been keeping an eye on hisense for about a year or so, looking to buy one when the time is right. The only problem, I've changed my mind.

My choice is based on two things; I would prefer to buy British made goods and not sponsor the Chinese government.

Secondly, See here:

consumeraffairs.com/hom…tml

Some of the reviews are shocking. When the Tv stops working, hi sense are a pain. They don't make replacement parts either, try delay tactics, if they send another TV out it's a refurb.

Personally, I'm out.
Bad viewing angles . . I wouldn't even buy one at £100 . Idiots just buy because its cheap .. Its cheap for a reason
chriskautz17 m ago

Bad viewing angles . . I wouldn't even buy one at £100 . Idiots just buy …Bad viewing angles . . I wouldn't even buy one at £100 . Idiots just buy because its cheap .. Its cheap for a reason

New brands always start off cheap when trying to get market share in a new market place.

For example lucky Goldstar were total junk and now people aspire to get their Oled tv's.

Fact is this a win win, as it costs a cheap 600 and comes with a 5 year guarantee, so if it breaks after 2 years you are covered.
SS418 m ago

New brands always start off cheap when trying to get market share in a new …New brands always start off cheap when trying to get market share in a new market place. For example lucky Goldstar were total junk and now people aspire to get their Oled tv's.Fact is this a win win, as it costs a cheap 600 and comes with a 5 year guarantee, so if it breaks after 2 years you are covered.



This company has been out years . Do a little research please.... Also. how many mainstream Electrical resellers have actually got these on show so you can actually view them ...... Like i said idiots will buy because of being cheap ... Then will whine when there is no real warranty
Edited by: "hotdealretards" 25th Dec 2017
chamelion16 h, 9 m ago

assuming this isn't 10 bit?


Correct. Looking at min £700 for a 55 inch 10 bit.
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