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Panasonic TX50EX750B 50" 4K Pro Ultra HD LED 3D TV Freeview Play 5yr warranty £744 @ Hughes (maybe RS pricematch for £734)
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Found 11th FebFound 11th Feb
I saw someone just posted this at £799 at John Lewis, but Hughes have it for £799 and £55 off with the discount code sc55 . 5yr warranty is offered by Panasonic on this tv for fr… Read more
John Lewis have price matched this. Thank you
Go.Jets13 m ago

Nothing wrong with my 32inch PYE Colour too!


Nobody likes a showoff
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thewolf8u18 m ago

Thought they stopped making 3D TVs




The EX750B will probably be the last 3D tv made (unless 3D tv's make a comeback in future years)
Nothing wrong with my 32inch PYE Colour too!
Thought they stopped making 3D TVs
De'Longhi TRDS41025E 2.5kW Dragon-4 Oil Filled Radiator with Timer in White £116.99 with code @ Hughes
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Found 8th FebFound 8th Feb
was looking for a De'LonghiDe'Longhi 2.5kW, and found this, cheapest price at the moment and some great reviews. use 'sc3' to get it down to 116.99£ first post on the here so kill… Read more
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terrystan8th Feb

The going rate for an item such as this seems to be about £40, not sure a …The going rate for an item such as this seems to be about £40, not sure a 10 year guarantee is worth the extra £77


Hardly......... Normal price is £140+ so good deal, ive got 2 of these, bob on. 1 leaked, they replaced, plus gave me £175 compo!!! Good deal
The going rate for an item such as this seems to be about £40, not sure a 10 year guarantee is worth the extra £77
supermod
Thanks for sharing your first deal post @imalikinuk , 10 yr guarantee included too. there's a £3 discount code showing on listing as well so I'll to OP, delivery not available for my area only click & collect too
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Hisense H55N5700 55" 4K HDR Smart Tv £444.00 Hughes with code
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Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
sc35 for this price... John Lewis will price match as code is listes on Hughes site
Bargainz99916th Feb

I've had this tv for under a month. It's just brilliant. It's so loud that …I've had this tv for under a month. It's just brilliant. It's so loud that there isn't any need for a sound bar. Highly recommended.


I'm amazed at the sound as well, it's pretty clear and handles a bit of thump but then again there appear to be at least four speakers!
Just bought this from John Lewis with a price match to £444, rather than their listed £539. It should arrive on a Tuesday. Thanks for the deal!
This tv or the Samsung 55" MU6120 for £549 at RS? Can't decide any help would be great thanks.
I've had this tv for under a month. It's just brilliant. It's so loud that there isn't any need for a sound bar. Highly recommended.
VBV8th Feb

I have a 7 year old 50 inch plasma which is still going great. Would this …I have a 7 year old 50 inch plasma which is still going great. Would this be a good upgrade?



I did just that with my 5 year old samsung 60in plasma and i have been more than happy with the outcome, one of the biggest being i can move this tv without the need to call the Hulk and Thor to move the 60in plasma. lol
Denon  DM41DAB CD/Bluetooth mini system £204 using £15 code on items over £190 at Hughes Electrical
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
OK, someone please talk me out of this deal :) Voucher makes it cheapest available right now by £15 as price matching elsewhere before the voucher. Also 2.52% TCB and this voucher… Read more
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jam68132 h, 26 m ago

Does it have DAB+ as of next year DAB+ will be essential for picking up …Does it have DAB+ as of next year DAB+ will be essential for picking up all major stations, I’ve been told if you don’t have it your screwed. Just something saud to me yesterday


Is the deal link not working for you?
Does it have DAB+ as of next year DAB+ will be essential for picking up all major stations, I’ve been told if you don’t have it your screwed. Just something saud to me yesterday
I've got this little bad boy and it's great. Bought without speeeeks as I already have some.

At this price, you simply have to.

Tell your missus you got it free when you bought the brand new supercar that's coming at the weekend.
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t0rnad07214 m ago

Can get a grade a open box one for £199. Here with free postage on 3-5 …Can get a grade a open box one for £199. Here with free postage on 3-5 day saver deliver or 4.99 next day,


Doesn't seem worth it for £5 less really, especially when tcb will be about that much
Can get a grade a open box one for £199.

Here with free postage on 3-5 day saver deliver or 4.99 next day,
Hisense H65N6800 65" 4K HDR Smart Tv £844.00 Hughes with code
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Found 29th JanFound 29th Jan
sc55 code for £55 off, Johnlewis will price match as this code is listed on Hughes site
Thanks for this, ordered - got the JL price match.
Had this tv for a few months now, can't fault it. Stunning set.
They have asked for £845 so they've just reduced it and I get free delivery and a 5yr g/tee
I'm on the online chat facility now and they have agreed to price match and then call me for payment.
Thanks for this
I didn't think JL price matched online products?
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55Inch Samsung UE55MU6120  Smart 4K TV £495 after using code SC35 @ Hughes
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Found 28th JanFound 28th Jan
Amazing deal from Hughes including free DEL 55inch Samsung 4k Smart TV. £495 after using code SC35. Price before discount £529. Argos selling the same TV for £619.
Had this tv for a few weeks, poor build quality and ended up going faulty less than 2 weeks old, wouldn’t recommend it the picture wasn’t up to 4k standard either, replaced with the mu6500 which is loads better the picture quality is noticeably better especially the colours
Shazy21228th Jan

Not sure if JL will price match with the discount applied


The
Shazy21228th Jan

Not sure if JL will price match with the discount applied


They should do, they did it for me.
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colgate2 m ago

£35 (code sc35) - £549 (current price) = £514 DuhI would love to know wh …£35 (code sc35) - £549 (current price) = £514 DuhI would love to know which school you went to!


I've expired this now. As per op....


£495 after using code SC35.

Price before discount £529.

So the merchant has put the price up. It's best to read through a thread @colgate and establish the facts before making insults. It's better to be constructive and supportive

£35
(code sc35) - £549 (current price) = £514 Duh

I would love to know which school you went to!
Is this better than the Bravia deal we had last week 49 inch for £429?
Melitta bean to cup coffee machine at Hughes for £284 (code sc15)
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Found 27th JanFound 27th Jan
Great coffee machine Melitta Caffeo Solo and Perfect Milk. On website is £299 but if You using "sc15" code at checkout price is drop down £15. Also available on silver
donslibi7 h, 5 m ago

Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. …Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. Espresso is definitely better than the esam I have at home but wasn’t sure if it was the beans. I now have my answer Would love a compact, no milk espresso machine. Perhaps the Jura A1 but not yet come across anyone who has tried it. Going to keep an eye out for an offer on the Eletta in the meantime.



Donslibi - just saw that Margamboy picked up a brand new Eletta today for £175 from House of Fraser with full warranty - omg... You should ask him to do a deal on it for you lol.
wendy071 m ago

the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for …the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for sale deals. eg Very were selling at 350-399 with 12months free interest .



Yeh - I got mine for £329.
margamboy10 h, 45 m ago

I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a …I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a great deal between them other than convenience with the 1 touch functionality and I guess looks which is a personal choice. The Eletta does make fine Coffee and up to the job in a busy showroom providing it is serviced annually, ours has produced over 10k cups of coffee over the past 4 years and still does not miss a beat. However having recently bought a cheaper 2800 for the home I must say it has a better frother than the auto crema on the Eletta and the coffee if not quite as good is still lovely and unless you taste side by side would be hard to tell the difference, certainly punches above its weight at £200 when compared to the £850 we paid for the Eletta almost 5 years ago. The Eletta if you can afford it is a great great machine, but when compared to other Delonghi models at a quarter the price, it's hard to justify the extra expense unless money is no object.



the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for sale deals. eg Very were selling at 350-399 with 12months free interest .
Master_Yoda8 h, 15 m ago

The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. …The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. I've had several ESAM 4200 models and hated the coffee they produced - really wasn't impressed at all. Then got several more expensive ECAM 23.420 models which were noticeably better at producing coffee but the grinder was rubbish - had it on finest setting and it was still not fine enough. Then spent more and got an Eletta Cappuccino which is what I'm using at the moment - this makes good coffee and is noticeably better at making coffee than the other two cheaper models. The grinder is also significantly better. The espresso it makes is definitely better but also it has a function where it can make long/american filter style coffee using a lower pressure which is actually really cool. Out of all three machines, it's the only one I've liked.


Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. Espresso is definitely better than the esam I have at home but wasn’t sure if it was the beans. I now have my answer
Would love a compact, no milk espresso machine. Perhaps the Jura A1 but not yet come across anyone who has tried it. Going to keep an eye out for an offer on the Eletta in the meantime.
Master_Yoda45 m ago

The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. …The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. I've had several ESAM 4200 models and hated the coffee they produced - really wasn't impressed at all. Then got several more expensive ECAM 23.420 models which were noticeably better at producing coffee but the grinder was rubbish - had it on finest setting and it was still not fine enough. Then spent more and got an Eletta Cappuccino which is what I'm using at the moment - this makes good coffee and is noticeably better at making coffee than the other two cheaper models. The grinder is also significantly better. The espresso it makes is definitely better but also it has a function where it can make long/american filter style coffee using a lower pressure which is actually really cool. Out of all three machines, it's the only one I've liked.


I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a great deal between them other than convenience with the 1 touch functionality and I guess looks which is a personal choice. The Eletta does make fine Coffee and up to the job in a busy showroom providing it is serviced annually, ours has produced over 10k cups of coffee over the past 4 years and still does not miss a beat. However having recently bought a cheaper 2800 for the home I must say it has a better frother than the auto crema on the Eletta and the coffee if not quite as good is still lovely and unless you taste side by side would be hard to tell the difference, certainly punches above its weight at £200 when compared to the £850 we paid for the Eletta almost 5 years ago.

The Eletta if you can afford it is a great great machine, but when compared to other Delonghi models at a quarter the price, it's hard to justify the extra expense unless money is no object.
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Dyson DC54I 290AW Cylinder Vacuum with 54 Cinetic Cyclone Technology - £184 using £15 off code (£199 before code) @ Hughes
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 26th JanFound 26th Jan
The Dyson DC54i combines unrivalled suction power with a lightweight, manoeuvrable design, making it the perfect for quick and easy cleaning. Dyson's unique 54 Cinetic cyclones ge… Read more
R2D2 has a love child. De'Longhi FH1130 Young Multifry Air Fryer 1.5 ltr £69 @ Hughes
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Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
The Delonghi FH1130 is a Multifry Air Fryer which has a food capacity of up to 1.5kg of fresh potatoes and 1.25kg of frozen potatoes without adding oil. If you do decide you only n… Read more
These are very good for frozen oven chips. I got the larger version last year when Tesco had them on offer for £49.
Tempted. Been close to buying an actifry a few times recently. Looks like 2.5% Quidco too.
Clowance10 h, 23 m ago

i dislike oven chips but love proper ones - what do these taste like?


They aren't as good as normal fried chips o if that's what u mean good for potatoes if u want them roasted or chicken fish etc. Plus they take longer than a fryer
soldierboy0015 h, 38 m ago

Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not …Not everybody has a fan oven, and these heat up tp temp in less time, not sure of wattage for cooking in fan oven but these are cheaper in the fact they heat up less space plus in my Phillips I can cook rwa potatoe chips in 15 to 20 minutes depending on how thick I cut them, but mine won't make frozen potatoes as the element gets too hot to freeze things


What does the part mean element gets too hot to freeze
Heat for the title!
Morphy Richards 333000 Steam Generator 2600 watt Iron up to 90g steam output in White & Purple £49 @ Hughes
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28/02/2018Expires on 28/02/2018Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Morphy Richards 333000 Steam Generator 2600 watt Iron up to 90g steam output in White & Purple For £49.00! What a deal!
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Sony KD49XE9005 4K HDR TV - £854 (with code) @ Hughes
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For those that missed the £849 deal a couple of weeks ago. £854 with code jan75 at Hughes
iserlohn22 h, 22 m ago

You just have to turn off the extra cards on the home menu. It's in the …You just have to turn off the extra cards on the home menu. It's in the settings, home.I turned off all of the cards except for Watch TV and it is lightning fast.


NIce, thanks...working for me.
I had done the force close thing on the Sony Shelf App (and the other one...name escapes me now)...but I think they started up again.
I even tried the developer mode and closing some stuff down as suggested in a youtube video...but I ended up having to factory reset the TV which obviously put me back to scratch.
This works well though...haven't come across it before...Thanks.
SleepyChris20th Jan

I'm not flaming this tv...I love mine for the money...I wouldn't return …I'm not flaming this tv...I love mine for the money...I wouldn't return it. I'm just trying to be objective. If you bought this tv as a standalone unit thinking you were getting a freeview and freesat device with recording capability you'd be disappointed. Especially when it comes to navigating the slow menus.


You just have to turn off the extra cards on the home menu. It's in the settings, home.

I turned off all of the cards except for Watch TV and it is lightning fast.
allan.tucker21 h, 28 m ago

JL did price match mine when it was at 929 last nightReceived email this …JL did price match mine when it was at 929 last nightReceived email this morning"Dear Allan, Thank you for your price match request for the Sony Bravia KD49XE9005.I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £854.00 for the Sony TV (product code 82440213) seen at Hughes"


Same here, gotta be quick!
JL did price match mine when it was at 929 last night

Received email this morning

"Dear Allan,

Thank you for your price match request for the Sony Bravia KD49XE9005.

I have looked into your request and will be happy to match the price of £854.00 for the Sony TV (product code 82440213) seen at Hughes"
MisalBhudia1 h, 26 m ago

Well I got the KD49XE8004 - im not sure how different this one is...


Very different
Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker at Hughes for £44.99
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Highly rated Morphy Richards 48281 Fastbake Breadmaker with 12 Programmes and Timer Function in White. £44.99 looks like a good price, weekday delivery appears to be free - this i… Read more
*excited*23 m ago

argos have it for £59.99 if it's any help


Amazon warehouse deals have it cheaper but I may go for the Panasonic sd-2500wxc £77.18 in Amazon warehouse deals. Shame Hughes sold out but it's only a small chain with limited stock.
argos have it for £59.99 if it's any help
Just about to order it and out of stock
harshv1 h, 24 m ago

Thanks, haven't tried any breadmakers so far - looked at a few before …Thanks, haven't tried any breadmakers so far - looked at a few before taking the plunge; this seemed like a good buy at the price and the number of positive reviews convinced me. I had my eyes on the Pansonic SD-ZB2502BXC (recommended by TrustedReviews and seems to have great features) but was a bit too pricey for me at £140.


have had the Panasonic one 3yrs and love it. Used almost daily for white or 50/50 bread. Think I got it on a lightning deal for about £80 though
I have had this a few years, it’s not bad at all at cooking loafs or mixing dough
Bosch WTW863S1GB A++ 7kg Load Capacity Self Cleaning Heat Pump Condenser Tumble Dryer £374 at Hughes
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Price Matched at John Lewis. Used this price and the Hughes January offer of £25 off orders over £300 to get this for £374 from John Lewis. Very good price for a Bosch Heat Pump… Read more
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ro53ben3 h, 37 m ago

There are a lot of myths and confusion around this stuff. As others have …There are a lot of myths and confusion around this stuff. As others have suggested, the most important thing about drying is ensuring clothes have had a good spin first - a lot of A+++ washers still only have a B rated spin! Give them a good spin and clothes take no time to dry at all, ours often dry quicker than they wash - assuming you're using an eco wash programme.Everybody is always in a rush, just SLOW DOWN! How much washing do you do? How quick does it need to be?Every evening, sort our a laundry load and put it in your washer on a long, slow, eco programme. Start it just before you go to bed. Wake up to clean damp clothes and pop them in the dryer. Come home to dry clothes.Why are people hanging around waiting for stuff to dry? Just get on with your life.


If I had a utility room 2 blocks away I might be happy do that, but listening to a washing machine for better part of 4 hours is not my idea of entertainment! My current A+++ washer also uses a god bit more energy than my old one- I was surprised when I compared the full spec!
Scorpion6 h, 37 m ago

Bosch quote 178mins to dry a load. A typical vented dryer is about 120mins.


My dryer has moisture sensors, so the exact time will depend on how wet the load is, and how much there is of it. All I can say is that 130 mins is the standard time for a "cotton, cupboard dry" programme, with the spin speed setting configured to match that of my washing machine.
I had a basic Bosch tumble dryer for 15 years and I changed the heating element once - brilliant machine.
I upgraded to a Bosch condenser and had nothing but problems over a three year period. After spending out changing various sensors following advice from their technical support, I decided to cut my losses trying to fix and purchased a basic white knight tumble dryer. 3 years on the white knight is going strong.

I may have been unlucky but Bosch quality is not what it use to be.
There are a lot of myths and confusion around this stuff. As others have suggested, the most important thing about drying is ensuring clothes have had a good spin first - a lot of A+++ washers still only have a B rated spin! Give them a good spin and clothes take no time to dry at all, ours often dry quicker than they wash - assuming you're using an eco wash programme.

Everybody is always in a rush, just SLOW DOWN! How much washing do you do? How quick does it need to be?

Every evening, sort our a laundry load and put it in your washer on a long, slow, eco programme. Start it just before you go to bed. Wake up to clean damp clothes and pop them in the dryer. Come home to dry clothes.

Why are people hanging around waiting for stuff to dry? Just get on with your life.
Daewoo DWDFV2421 7KG Washing Machine with 1400 RPM and A+++ £179.99 @ Hughes
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Found 13th JanFound 13th Jan
Just wanted to share this, had this for a couple of weeks now and for a budget washing machine very impressed, well screwed together and has a 2 year warranty compared to 1 year fo… Read more
dsldude17 h, 43 m ago

Didn't know washing machine snobbery was a "thing"


It is why I come on here. Hilarious- it is everything that is disposable and has no long term value snobbery. I have a Beko (Made in Turkey) and a Bosch (Made in Spain, Engineer says it is a Balay underneath as Bosch bought Balay, apparently in Spain they are still Balay branded) Both 1400 spin 7 Kg, The Bosch has issues, the programmer locks up, the engineer replaced it and it still does it, Powering off and on resets it. The Bosch spins better, the Beko rinses better. Another rinse takes 18 minutes and another spin 12, so take your choice as I tend to go and do something else anyway. If you have lived abroad (I spend about 4 months a year in another European country, that I used to live and work in.) you will see brand snobbery for the pathetic joke it is. Brands are totally reversed there, some like Zanussi are not available and others like Siemens are run of the mill. Bosch is nearly as cheap as the Chinese unknowns. Can you buy Ocean washers here? Others like Gorenje are usually the cheapo offer deals limited to a single outlet, I bought a Gorenje combi oven microwave for 57 Euros, they are sold like that, never as normal stock. They are all made all over the place, some side by side with a different drawer. Like you said, I have that Bosch "Daewoo" fridge freezer, it is fine, it does what it says on the tin, but I suppose some will think the decals make all the difference, I bought it as it was half price in the January sales one year and the cheapest that did the job I want. Pays your money (or I suspect credit card)--------
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gr8h8me6 m ago

Ask any dealer what they think of Daewoo! I rest my case


Ok I got it, hearsay.
dsldude12 m ago

Who are all these people you talk of with cheap washing machines yet …Who are all these people you talk of with cheap washing machines yet expensive phones?And what evidences do you base the comment on that Daewoo are a rubbish brand, they have beengoing 30+ years and are not a fake brand like most budget electrical goods, they may not spend the amount on marketing their fellow South Korean's LG and Samsung do to convince westerners they are a "premium" brand, but what Daewoo do produce is perfectly acceptable for the price range it sells in.Keep in mind that Daewoo also make the American style side-by-side fridges for what I am sure would of classed as a good brand.....Bosch.Didn't know washing machine snobbery was a "thing"


Ask any dealer what they think of Daewoo! I rest my case
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gr8h8me6 h, 13 m ago

Not only is Daewoo a rubbish brand but I still don't understand why people …Not only is Daewoo a rubbish brand but I still don't understand why people pay this stupid money for washing all their expensive clothes and towels yet they will pay at least £600 on a mobile phone.



Who are all these people you talk of with cheap washing machines yet expensive phones?

And what evidences do you base the comment on that Daewoo are a rubbish brand, they have been
going 30+ years and are not a fake brand like most budget electrical goods, they may not spend the amount on marketing their fellow South Korean's LG and Samsung do to convince westerners they are a "premium" brand, but what Daewoo do produce is perfectly acceptable for the price range it sells in.

Keep in mind that Daewoo also make the American style side-by-side fridges for what I am sure would of classed as a
good brand.....Bosch.

Didn't know washing machine snobbery was a "thing"
dsldude20 m ago

Didn't know washing machine snobbery was a "thing"


You obviously haven't been here very long.
Bosch WTW863S1GB A++ Heat Pump 7kg Load Capacity Self Cleaning Condenser Tumble Dryer £374 with code at  Hughes
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£399 with £25 off using code jan25. Seems a great price for a Bosch heat pump dryer. Click and collect only. Pick mine up today.
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twisterteddy2 h, 49 m ago

So what dryerness level is recommended for better results, there are L:00 …So what dryerness level is recommended for better results, there are L:00 L:01 L:02 and L:03 levels.The manual doesn't explain what these levels mean?


Had ours for a month now. Used it with the settings it came with. Amazing machine. Couldn’t be happier with it!
veridion16th Jan

[Image] Here you go!!


So what dryerness level is recommended for better results, there are L:00 L:01 L:02 and L:03 levels.
The manual doesn't explain what these levels mean?
veridion16th Jan

[Image] Here you go!!


thanks - it worked - it takes b/w 2 to 3 hours to fully dry
mane103414th Jan

Do you have any link/details how to do that please?


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Here you go!!
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veridion8th Jan

Brought this 2 weeks ago, was going to send it back but came across this …Brought this 2 weeks ago, was going to send it back but came across this advice in a forum."The fine adjustments on page 6 are very important and I found setting them to L03 made all the difference."Since I changed this setting, it is Bosch at its very best and it works brilliantly.


Do you have any link/details how to do that please?
LG F4J6VY2W Freestanding Washing Machine with 9KG Load Capacity and Steam Technology in White £374 with code @ Hughes
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Enter code JAN25 for £25.00 Off Free 5 Year Warranty by redemption
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In view of the above, will expire deal.
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laurieleigh2 h, 4 m ago

They're refusing to honour it, saying that item doesn't have any …They're refusing to honour it, saying that item doesn't have any applicable codes


Oh dear and of top of that click and collect only now. Looks like John Lewis is your only option now for an LG 9KG washer at sub £400 unless you have the luxury to wait for the next available deal.
laurieleigh20 h, 50 m ago

Have emailed them and will try calling tomorrow if I don't get a response.


They're refusing to honour it, saying that item doesn't have any applicable codes
TheHun648 m ago

This is frustrating because on the home page it says "on selected …This is frustrating because on the home page it says "on selected products" whereas before I believe the code worked on any item over £300. I would be inclined to give them a call and maybe say that the code was there against the item then it disappeared whilst trying to order. You could also add that you know a few people who managed to order this item for £374 and believed the code would've been valid until 23rd January. Good luck. Fingers crossed.


Have emailed them and will try calling tomorrow if I don't get a response.
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laurieleigh9 m ago

They've excluded the LG from the offer whilst I was trying!! Wish I'd got …They've excluded the LG from the offer whilst I was trying!! Wish I'd got a screenshot 😣


This is frustrating because on the home page it says "on selected products" whereas before I believe the code worked on any item over £300. I would be inclined to give them a call and maybe say that the code was there against the item then it disappeared whilst trying to order. You could also add that you know a few people who managed to order this item for £374 and believed the code would've been valid until 23rd January. Good luck. Fingers crossed.
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Samsung QLED QE55Q6 £849 with code JAN50 + 10 FREE 4K UHD Movies @ Hughes
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I recently purchased myself for £900 and am impressed with the upgrade from my 7 year old Bravia - A 'budget' 10bit 4k TV for those who can't justify the additional £'s for OLED. … Read more
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OLED Smoled. A small company in Iceland has developed a new pixel tech that can represent true black. This is quantum physics stuff. When switched on the black levels are so dark that it makes the centre of a singularity look brighter than a New York Christmas. SMDR (Super-Mega Dynamic Range) is possible such that part of an image can burn your retinas out while other parts will be so dark it will pull in your soul like a dementor. Star Wars looks amazing on it, when a light sabre starts up its as if someone sets fire to your eyeballs. A TV that provides haptic feedback. Speakers are not required because the light spectrum the TV produces is so vast that it can vibrate the air without speakers.

They've called the tech CRT (Crazy Retina Technology). Look out for it, who said they were only good for frozen food?
Code doesn’t work for me?
Is this model Ultra HD Premium certified? Richer sounds seem to suggest it is.
mark62204th Jan

All This Talk about perfect blacks and 10bit hdr etc is most amusing. …All This Talk about perfect blacks and 10bit hdr etc is most amusing. People talk like humans can actually see all of these things. Humans are totally incapable of seeing a 4k image on a TV unless they are a couple of feet from the screen. Sitting any further back and 4k will look identical to 1080p. Yes it's still a great picture but humans simply don't have the capability to see 4k resolution unless up close. In addition all the HDR stuff and 10bit. We simply can't see a lot of it. The public are being conned. It doesn't matter what tech you use. Humans have limitations that absolutely can't be overcome. Corporations face massive problems in the future. They will will rely on complete ignorance, indifference and keeping up with the joneses to sell their sets in the future. Those things alone will ensure their profits are safe and secure. Yes I almost fell for the long con when I almost needlessly bought a new TV. It was only PC world incompetence that stopped me. Take a look at stores that have rows of expensive TV lined up. There's little difference between any of them regardless of price. Why? Because we can't see much of the content due to our limitations. Listen to all the snobs on here trying outdo each other on best TV sets. All these people have more of us more debt. Their TV won't be much better than this one. They have to believe that their TV is better. Humans have the infinite capacity to believe what they want regardless of reality


I guess you stopped PC gaming because 'Humans can't see over 30fps' too?
Samsung UE40MU6120 40" HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview HD in Black £329 at Hughes
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The MU6120's Certified Ultra HD 4K resolution screen takes you to the next level of viewing experience. Four times the number of pixels of 1080p Full HD delivers stunning realism, … Read more
Apps are a pain to use.
chrisjfalcon33 m ago

It's around 20-24ms. It's pretty reliable


Decent then the ue40mu6400 selling for around the same price but with a 19ms
Been available at £289 over Xmas. Voted cold.
ashchet2 h, 22 m ago

Anyone know the response time for this as the samsung ue40mu6400 model is …Anyone know the response time for this as the samsung ue40mu6400 model is 19ms in game mode?


It's around 20-24ms. It's pretty reliable
Anyone know the response time for this as the samsung ue40mu6400 model is 19ms in game mode?
Sony KD49XE9005 49" Smart 4K HDR UHD 2160P LED TV with Freeview HD - £874 with code @ Hughes (JL Price Match confirmed)
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The best sub £900 49" 4K HDR TV out there according to reviews. Original price £949 but use voucher code 'jan75' to get £874 at checkout. Was at this price yesterday for a limited … Read more
They don’t make many 1080p screens with premium HDR and all the extras now
chopyhop3 h, 14 m ago

It's a high quality product. Nowadays large panels are cheap to make and …It's a high quality product. Nowadays large panels are cheap to make and the 49-65 can be purchased well below this price. The 49XE9005 is very sturdy and made of premium materials, has a 10 bit screen, the colour and brightness looks amazing. Not everything is about a few extra inches.The only downside I found with it is If you do not update it properly you will have to deal with a sluggish UI. However, once it is all up to date it works fine.


Well I'll glady open the usual debate about 4K and sub 50 inch sets...what's the point of a small set at that definition...might as well stay with 1080p...
Thanks Doc & Chop. I’ll make sure I update it properly
doctorblue12th Jan

Too expensive for the panel size...


It's a high quality product. Nowadays large panels are cheap to make and the 49-65 can be purchased well below this price. The 49XE9005 is very sturdy and made of premium materials, has a 10 bit screen, the colour and brightness looks amazing. Not everything is about a few extra inches.

The only downside I found with it is If you do not update it properly you will have to deal with a sluggish UI. However, once it is all up to date it works fine.
Too expensive for the panel size...