LG 49" 49LH604V Full HD Smart / Wi-Fi LED TV with WebOS £368.97 / 43" version (43LH604V) £314.97 / HP Sprocket Photo Printer £89 @ BT Shop (Using Codes)
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LG 49" 49LH604V Full HD Smart / Wi-Fi LED TV with WebOS £368.97 / 43" version (43LH604V) £314.97 / HP Sprocket Photo Printer £89 @ BT Shop (Using Codes)

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Found 8th Jun 2017
Currently you can get an extra 10% off selected TVs at BT - using code TV100617
If you're not after a 4K model and want decent features, this is pretty good at £368.97

Also the 43" model is on offer and works out at £314.97 all in
You can get that one by Clicking Here

Others included in the extra 10% off sale can be seen Here


49" Specs
  • Diagonal Size (inches): 49
  • Technology: LED
  • HD Standard: 1080p (Full HD)
  • Network Connection: Wireless / wired
  • Interface: HDMI

    Smart Share
    WiDi - Yes
    Miracast - Yes
    DLNA (Network File Broswer) - Yes
    HDMI x3 (HDMI 1.4)
    USB x2
    CI Slot x1

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Also there the HP Sprocket Printer at £89 using code SPR1017
Which can be found Here

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Features:

Perfectly portable
About the size of a cell phone, weighing around 6 ounces (170 grams), this portable printer goes anywhere.

Easily load the included 10-sheet pack and print instant 2 x 3-inch (5 x 7.6 cm) photos or stickers.

Print through the HP Sprocket App with Bluetooth technology.

Add a personal touch
Download the free HP Sprocket App to customize your photos before you print them.

Printing just got more social
Use the HP Sprocket App to quickly print your favorite social media photos.
With seamless Bluetooth® connectivity, you and all your friends can connect and print


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Shame they don't do OLED , I would of bought straight away.
10% off is Still a very good deal.
Not a bad price, but I rate LG as the worst of the big 4 for LCD/LED screens. Look up the non-OLED reviews of LG sets on hdtvTest if you don't believe me. It's a bit more expensive, but i think the Samsung 49K5500 for £399 at RicherSounds is a better buy (with 6 year warranty) for this level of TV.

Rather a sluggish interface on this LH604, I wouldn't recommend it unless it's only acting as a display for an external box (Freeview recorder, Sky etc.).

kiranmk2

Look up the non-OLED reviews of LG sets on hdtvTest if you don't believe … Look up the non-OLED reviews of LG sets on hdtvTest if you don't believe me.



HDTVTest only review high end screens and all LG's high end models are OLEDs. The single LG LCD they've reviewed that's available to buy is the cheapest TV they've looked at in over two years - and that was £950 when they reviewed it.

They're hardly the people to judge the relative quality of budget TVs.
Freesat??
It's graphical interface also shows much more clearly on the LG 43LH604V
mcormack

Freesat??



I'd like to know this also
For an extra quid you can get hisense 4K with 4hdmi ports (2x1.4 & 2x2.0)
amazon.co.uk/gp/…rch

(Was only £349.99 yesterday)
Why is this better than a £200 40 inch standard LED tv?
And as i said above, it isn't even 4K? You can get 4k Tv's for £350 now

richersounds.com/pro…03v
Will this work with my VIC-20?
​Should do...if you still have the old 5-pin DIN connector you can connect that to the rca connectors on your TV. failing that you can use the VICModulator and buy an rca to ftype adaptor off eBay to connect to this TV.

Having said that, for a more authentic 80s experience, get yourself a Ferguson Colourstar 3657B TV set and have your dad burst into the room at some point while youre using it and have him go go crazy saying you're going to ruin the TV set.
I would have grabbed this if it had 3D. Shame.
Plasmachaser9th Jun

And as i said above, it isn't even 4K? You can get 4k Tv's for £350 …And as i said above, it isn't even 4K? You can get 4k Tv's for £350 nowhttps://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/lg/43uh603v/lg-43uh603v


Just because you can, doesn't mean you should.
That doesn't have proper HDR being 8 bit, no Dolby vision, 60hz panel, and more importantly it isn't even a real 4k set being rgbw.

Run!


superfreddy10th Jun

I would have grabbed this if it had 3D. Shame.


3d on 1080 sets is a bit crap, get the LG 55uh850 from Currys, often £720 or so with a voucher, it's a cracking set for the money (or the 49" is usually£100 or so cheaper)
Edited by: "jaydeeuk1" 14th Jun 2017
Plasmachaser

Why is this better than a £200 40 inch standard LED tv?



It's a smart TV so can have apps installed on it etc. My Father in law has this TV. I set it up for him and it had some cool features like being able to screen mirror with your phone. It has a built in web browser. A Netflix app. A Youtube app. + a bunch of others I don't remember. Obviously you could just buy a regular TV and use a streaming stick or android box for the same result.
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