LG 50" 3d Plasma smart tv 50pb690v £399.99 free del @ marks elec
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LG 50" 3d Plasma smart tv 50pb690v £399.99 free del @ marks elec

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Found 15th Mar 2015
LG 50" 3D Plasma Smart TV
Build in wifi and included free magic remote.

Free delivery.

Last of the plasmas about.
I preferred this as the screens are solid when kids throwing toys about.

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Great price, thanks op!

Banned

Says This product is currently on display in our showroom maybe be an ex display.

Fantastic price, bought the 50PB660V for the same price (none 3D model...but 5 years warranty price matching Powerdirect with John Lewis) just be wary of the usual reflections of glass fronted plasma screens and consider your room layout, or blackout blinds accordingly.

Very nice picture from these sets once they are broken in and calibrated...there really is not a better time to buy plasma than now whilst awaiting in the next few years its true viable replacement OLED.



vikzy2k

Says This product is currently on display in our showroom maybe be an ex … Says This product is currently on display in our showroom maybe be an ex display.



Hmmm..perhaps they only now have one left as they were previously selling boxed stock of these for a still bargainous £449....this could be a very short lived deal indeed!

Ordered, fantastic price

vikzy2k

Says This product is currently on display in our showroom maybe be an ex … Says This product is currently on display in our showroom maybe be an ex display.


?? Where does it say that, there brand new

Dinger42

?? Where does it say that, there brand new


"This item is In Stock at our warehouse and ready for immediate delivery." Delivery just confirmed for Wednesday

It say this MODEL is currently on display in our showroom - means you can go and see it .

Mortcw

It say this MODEL is currently on display in our showroom - means you … It say this MODEL is currently on display in our showroom - means you can go and see it .



It actually does say "this product" not "this model" but I personally can see where the confusion has arose as it can be interpreted in one of two ways.....

This tv model is available to view in the showroom (but obviously can be bought as new boxed stock)
This product is currently on display in our showroom (and is the last of stock)...'this product' referring to the singular as in only one left.

cicobuff

It actually does say "this product" not "this model"


Copy/Paste - This model is currently on display in our showroom

They are still taking orders, so it is certainly not ex-display last of stock, but who knows how many they have in the warehouse so I wouldn't hang about if you want one

This model also has satellite decoder built in, an essential icing on the cake for me

great price and tv I have lg plasma and led and plasma the best for sports and films(I am very tempted by this for bedroom) hot.

I'm getting an error "unable to deliver to your location" and I live in Skipton. I've emailed them.

Surprised this is taking so long to get hot. Same TV went hot two months ago here for £50 more and from same supplier
hotukdeals.com/dea…817

same tv £550 at currys

Wow, bargain. I don't need this but I feel compelled to buy it

Mortcw

Copy/Paste - This model is currently on display in our showroom



I am stating exactly what it says in product description. Exactly where obviously the confusion arose with the origins poster of it. If you have different wording then it is down to the browser, on a mobile device it states under 'product description'. On a regular browser the view is totally different.
Edited by: "cicobuff" 15th Mar 2015

Dinger42

This model also has satellite decoder built in, an essential icing on the … This model also has satellite decoder built in, an essential icing on the cake for me



It does, and is even motor disecq capable. But don't expect anything other than a now/next epg. It is sadly not freesat.

anybody bought from these before never heard of them

horb1967

anybody bought from these before never heard of them


Yep, they are fine.

horb1967

anybody bought from these before never heard of them


Bought this from them back when it was 450 GBP. Pretty good experience, their customer support seems to be based at the store itself.

Great price but it seems like they won't deliver to Scotland.

You need to buy 3D glasses seperately as they aren't provided.

You can get the glasses for this tv from TRIBAL UK (link in my earlier deal) for £11.99 each, buy 2 or more and it's free delivery.

this or the lg 47lb650v?

This offer made my nether regions moist

Cheers OP for posting as in the market for new TV, I didn't fancy a LCD/LED as always had plasma.

This is such a cracking price for very feature rich TV!

Anyone know if the stand is fixed position or allows swiveling?
Edited by: "gupsterg" 15th Mar 2015

room heater

Not delivering to Aberdeen. Cold.

Original Poster

gupsterg

Cheers OP for posting as in the market for new TV, I didn't fancy a … Cheers OP for posting as in the market for new TV, I didn't fancy a LCD/LED as always had plasma.This is such a cracking price for very feature rich TV! 8)Anyone know if the stand is fixed position or allows swiveling?



I think its fixed. I have the model without the 3d and wifi and its fixed on that.

Ciggy

this or the lg 47lb650v?



Depends on your viewpoint on power consumption and the importance placed on picture quality as well as your room layout.

If energy efficiency (modern sets have improved but its still going to be just over doubled) and light reflections are of concern then weigh that up before buying any plasma tv. Weigh up how much daytime use it is going to get, and consider blackout blinds accordingly. Also consider seating arrangements...any angular viewing is more suited to plasma with its wide viewing angles. Also plasma sets are considerably heavier, this weighs in at 24kgs...although saying that still within the weight limit for the backboard of the Ikea tv unit I have 'wall' mounted it to.

Otherwise there really is no comparison...after recently buying the non-3D model of this after owning LCD tvs the difference in picture quality once you have allowed the burn in period and calibrated the set is extremely noticeable.

If picture quality is not of the utmost importance then you would be happy with and LED backlit LCD tv, they have made leaps and bounds in trying to match the picture quality and black levels plasma give with localised dimming, and you would not have to worry about room lighting and running costs.

At this price and with a dying manufacturer market in plasma (due to cost and consumer ignorance) now really has never been a better time to buy whilst awaiting the price drop of OLED in a few years time.

Weigh up the pros and cons..personally my wife and myself are really happy we went down the plasma route, she is not as technically minded as myself but most certainly is suitably impressed with the picture quality only plasma can give.

gupsterg

Cheers OP for posting as in the market for new TV, I didn't fancy a … Cheers OP for posting as in the market for new TV, I didn't fancy a LCD/LED as always had plasma.This is such a cracking price for very feature rich TV! 8)Anyone know if the stand is fixed position or allows swiveling?



It most definitely is fixed.

I've got the slightly earlier version, I think the only difference being this has in built wifi, as opposed to buying the dongle. Cracking picture, much better then the LCD that now resides in the conservatory. I even use the 3d every now and then.
My only wee complaint is that the screen is rather reflective. I'd easily recommend it.

cicobuff

Depends on your viewpoint on power consumption and the importance placed … Depends on your viewpoint on power consumption and the importance placed on picture quality as well as your room layout.If energy efficiency (modern sets have improved but its still going to be just over doubled) and light reflections are of concern then weigh that up before buying any plasma tv. Weigh up how much daytime use it is going to get, and consider blackout blinds accordingly. Also consider seating arrangements...any angular viewing is more suited to plasma with its wide viewing angles. Also plasma sets are considerably heavier, this weighs in at 24kgs...although saying that still within the weight limit for the backboard of the Ikea tv unit I have 'wall' mounted it to.Otherwise there really is no comparison...after recently buying the non-3D model of this after owning LCD tvs the difference in picture quality once you have allowed the burn in period and calibrated the set is extremely noticeable.If picture quality is not of the utmost importance then you would be happy with and LED backlit LCD tv, they have made leaps and bounds in trying to match the picture quality and black levels plasma give with localised dimming, and you would not have to worry about room lighting and running costs.At this price and with a dying manufacturer market in plasma (due to cost and consumer ignorance) now really has never been a better time to buy whilst awaiting the price drop of OLED in a few years time.Weigh up the pros and cons..personally my wife and myself are really happy we went down the plasma route, she is not as technically minded as myself but most certainly is suitably impressed with the picture quality only plasma can give.



thanks picture quality is important to me as I love my films and gaming it will be going in my living room in front of the window so lighting isnt a problem or how much electric it uses.it will be replacing my sony bravia 42w8 as that wilk be going in the bedroom so is this a better option as will be ordering in the morning thanks

Heat. Always give heat to plasma deals, got myself a 50 inch Samsung a few years ago and in no rush at all to replace it. When I do its gonna have to be second hand as there won't be any new plasma TV deals then..

chillbill

I think its fixed. I have the model without the 3d and wifi and its fixed … I think its fixed. I have the model without the 3d and wifi and its fixed on that.



Cheers, would have preferred swivel but at the this price not gonna stop me ordering it ...
cicobuff

It most definitely is fixed.



Cheers for info, ordered now and awaiting delivery ...

Does this have an HD sat tuner?

CampGareth

Bought this from them back when it was 450 GBP. Pretty good experience, … Bought this from them back when it was 450 GBP. Pretty good experience, their customer support seems to be based at the store itself.



So how is the tv, would you recommend it?

2bob

Does this have an HD sat tuner?



Yes, but not Freesat HD.
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