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LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver [Energy Class A++] £799 + delivery @ Amazon / PRC Direct.
LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver [Energy Class A++] £799 + delivery @ Amazon / PRC Direct.

LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV HDR WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver [Energy Class A++] £799 + delivery @ Amazon / PRC Direct.

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Product Description

A UHD display featuring ColourPrime Pro technology delivers a picture of vibrant colours. The perfect canvas for your entertainment as a unique upscaling process and Smart TV webOS with 4K content ensure all your viewing is always in incredible detail.

LG 60 inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV WebOS (2016 Model) - Silver [Energy Class A++]

by LG Electronics

4.4 out of 5 stars

RRP: £1,399.99

Price: £799.00 + £25 UK delivery

You Save: £600.99 (43%)

Perfect harmony between ULTRA HD 4K Resolution and HDR technologies generates an incredibly rich and vibrant visuals.

ULTRA HD 4K resolution is four times that of Full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close.

Combining the latest innovation in colour packages and light filtering technology ColourPrime Pro delivers a wider range of colour spectrum.

Enjoy brighter whites and darker blacks thanks to local dimming technology which lifts the brightest scenes to brilliant new levels and the darkest shadows to life.

When something is shown in HDR there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process. HDR gives your eye more to see, sun glistens off water, stars shine brighter in the sky, the lights of the city glow stronger at night.

Box Contains

remote control, 2 x AAA batteries, power cable

21 Comments

10 bit panel?

Looks a good price

£799 at john lewis

What's the model number. My last two TVs have been LGs. I said never again after the first one. Don't know what I was thinking buying another. I wouldn't bother with an LG unless it's an oled. Don't go off the reviews on Amazon either. I think they're written by folk upgrading from CRT's.

andysmoore

What's the model number. My last two TVs have been LGs. I said never … What's the model number. My last two TVs have been LGs. I said never again after the first one. Don't know what I was thinking buying another. I wouldn't bother with an LG unless it's an oled. Don't go off the reviews on Amazon either. I think they're written by folk upgrading from CRT's.



60UH650

andysmoore

What's the model number. My last two TVs have been LGs. I said never … What's the model number. My last two TVs have been LGs. I said never again after the first one. Don't know what I was thinking buying another. I wouldn't bother with an LG unless it's an oled. Don't go off the reviews on Amazon either. I think they're written by folk upgrading from CRT's.



​I agree. I got an lg 49"smart 3d cinema tv when it came out. The smart features were slow, crashed constantly and became useless in the end.
A chrome cast wiped the floor with the LG smart dash board.

Doubt I'd buy another LG if that's what was expected of a £800 tv at the time (around 4 years back)

I bought a 47" LED LG TV over four years ago for £500 from Amazon. Use it over 6 hours every day, never had a problem and the picture looks great provided you set the right settings which I found on avsforum. There is some very slight banding on some football matches when the screen is covered in green pitch and they fast pan the camera but it's rare and you wouldn't know it's there if someone didn't tell you. Unfortunately I read about it on some forum and now I do notice it but tbh it doesn't bother me.

I got ec930 Oled, picture quality is amazing not sure about the judder though. If you can ignore that then oled is the way to go.

6 hours a day???

Great price but WebOS is pants. Wish they would change to android

I disagree, I bought an LG tv with Web OS and was blown away by the features, ease of use and the magic remote is amazing.. even my girlfriend can use it

Ive had my LG for a few years and its great, if i was to upgrade it would be an LG or Samsung

hassony

60UH650



So £999 at John Lewis

Original Poster

delusion

So £999 at John Lewis



Correct

Got 55 and 42 both 4K LG and both doing briliant with great picture quality. My mate got Sony Android 55 4K and it keeps crushing all the time so rather stay with Webos.

delusion

So £999 at John Lewis



​was £799 at time of posting

sorry this is not a deal as you can buy from PRC Direct on there web site for £799 with free delivery.

Very are doing a 60" lg tv for £699 and account holders get an extra 10% back to ur account
Till 9th Feb
We have lg tvs and think they're great

Sorry just checked
Gone up to £749 now but still get 10% back

RuudBullit

10 bit panel?Looks a good price



No 8 Bit plus its a IPS RGBW panel

Bought it on £714 and cancelled. No magic remote included.
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