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Lg 65e6 4k oled TV £3239.98 instore 5 year warranty @ costco
Lg 65e6 4k oled TV £3239.98 instore 5 year warranty @ costco

Lg 65e6 4k oled TV £3239.98 instore 5 year warranty @ costco

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Cheapest price this model has been was £4500 in June last year instore from tomorrow

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Original Poster

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this or 11x finlux 49" 4k?

jameshothothot

this or 11x finlux 49" 4k?



This is overpriced as OLED for consumer TVs is still in its infancy. Still no point comparing it to that Finlux, different size, brand, OLED vs not, different software, etc...

Who would pay that much for a tv

According to the leaflet, wouldn't the cheapest this has previously been be £3,599.98 which would be the Costco price before reducing it by £300? Not £4,500 last June.

ellawookey

Who would pay that much for a tv


I was fanatical enough to pay £5,000 for a 480p plasma in 2002 and then wasted even more money on a digital image processor to 'make the image quality even better'. What a waste.

Might get a couple

does this TV come with a phone charger?

jameshothothot

this or 11x finlux 49" 4k?



This

tailor314

does this TV come with a phone charger?



Yes, more than one actually - USB sockets.

To be fair it's probably a good price compared to elsewhere so people shouldn't necessarily vote on their own affordability vs the price elsewhere. !


Cold from me - cos I can't afford it either

The prices seems rather excessive to me for a TV but I'm sure others maybe more than happy to pay it.


jameshothothot

this or 11x finlux 49" 4k?



Echo the other comments - you really can't compare the two.
Edited by: "uk3g" 30th Jan

I get the feeling that the the guy asking about the Finlux TV is joking...

89quidyoucantgowrong

I was fanatical enough to pay £5,000 for a 480p plasma in 2002 and then … I was fanatical enough to pay £5,000 for a 480p plasma in 2002 and then wasted even more money on a digital image processor to 'make the image quality even better'. What a waste.



​hehe, I paid 1000 for a panny plasma in

2007 and it hasn't got an headphone socket!

Saw this but didn't have the balls to post it. Sadly people do vote based on their own affordability..... This is a cracking price for THIS model of TV currently. Personally i think OLED is the next big step up since flat plasma and those who did invest in this will have a TV that should visually be able to hold its own for years to come.

Personally i am waiting for the LG-OLED55B6V to go sub £1500 then i am going to pull the trigger.

eggmanpete

I get the feeling that the the guy asking about the Finlux TV is joking...



​correct! i actually use a 1080p short throw optima gt1080 gaming projector which I got for just over £500 on prime day
Edited by: "jameshothothot" 30th Jan

pennyfarthing88

To be fair it's probably a good price compared to elsewhere so people … To be fair it's probably a good price compared to elsewhere so people shouldn't necessarily vote on their own affordability vs the price elsewhere. ! Cold from me - cos I can't afford it either



Good reason to vote it cold - because you're skint (_;)

Bilbo1968

Good reason to vote it cold - because you're skint (_;)



To be fair I voted hot - n dats da truth!

I would have bought it but they don't deliver. Has to be picked up in store and the same if you need to return due to a fault. Saw them at my local Costco and the box is massive.

Picked one up in the end and used Uber XL to log home.
Edited by: "slliw" 17th Feb
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