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  • Dimensions: 91.4cm(H) 146.3cm(W) 34cm(D)
  • Energy Rating: A
  • Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year
  • Energy Saving Mode: Yes
  • Screen Size: 65 Inches
  • Screen Type: LED
  • Smart TV: Yes
  • Manual / Quick Guide: Yes
  • Power Cable: Yes
  • Standard Remote Batteries: AAA x 2
  • Vesa Wall Mount Supported: Yes
  • Resolution Size: 3840 x 2160
  • Resolution Type: 4K Ultra HD
  • Manufacture Motion Rate: TM100 Hz
  • Annual Power Consumption: 201 Kwh
  • Number of Internal Speakers: 2
  • Audio Power: 20 Watt
  • Internet Connection: Built-in WiFi

Auto Tuning: Yes
  • Auto Power Off: Yes

EPG: Yes
  • App / Portal Store: Yes
  • Smart Phone / Tablet App Available: Yes
  • Tuner Type: Freeview HD
  • On-mode Power Consumption: 145 Watt
  • Maximum Refresh Rate: 50 Hz

HDMI Input: 3
  • Component Video Input: Yes
  • Composite Video Input: Yes
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Best price right now but was £519 using code few days ago also john lewis £579 but with bonus of the 5 year guarantee.
Edited by: "gemvis" 7th Apr
gemvis07/04/2020 10:19

Best price right now but was £519 using code few days ago also john lewis …Best price right now but was £519 using code few days ago also john lewis £579 but with bonus of the 5 year guarantee.


Yup, using an eBay code, hopefully comes around soon again
Not a bad price, but you get only one year's guarantee. Amazing that Hisense are the only manufacturer to give a 2y guarantee.
Few days ago bought the 43" model.
Bought it for £40 more than it was on eBay but with 6 years warranty from Richer Sounds.
Nice piece of kit
hcc2707/04/2020 11:19

Not a bad price, but you get only one year's guarantee. Amazing that …Not a bad price, but you get only one year's guarantee. Amazing that Hisense are the only manufacturer to give a 2y guarantee.


I have a Hisense tv, but from what I hear, they don't honour the warranty anyways.
sashabig07/04/2020 11:20

Few days ago bought the 43" model.Bought it for £40 more than it was on …Few days ago bought the 43" model.Bought it for £40 more than it was on eBay but with 6 years warranty from Richer Sounds.Nice piece of kit


Don't understand why people get obsessed with warranty period on TV's, irrelevant. The consumer rights act, previously SOGA gives you protection and peace of mind as quite clearly a TV should function correctly for more than 12 months, " goods should last a reasonable amount of time" Argos replaced a SEVEN year old Hitachi TV for me as I made a claim under SOGA. Very few retailers will stand their ground on this one, the majority cave in at the mere mention as they know you are on solid ground.
muffboy07/04/2020 11:40

Don't understand why people get obsessed with warranty period on TV's, …Don't understand why people get obsessed with warranty period on TV's, irrelevant. The consumer rights act, previously SOGA gives you protection and peace of mind as quite clearly a TV should function correctly for more than 12 months, " goods should last a reasonable amount of time" Argos replaced a SEVEN year old Hitachi TV for me as I made a claim under SOGA. Very few retailers will stand their ground on this one, the majority cave in at the mere mention as they know you are on solid ground.


Because nowadays most of the appliances are made not so well as back in the days. In couple of years (2-3) time some fault comes up. It happens usually just after the end of warranty period.
And most of the people don't have the time and knowledge to go through all these court procedures.
For me if easier to give out an extra £40 and have peace of mind for the next years.
sashabig07/04/2020 12:04

Because nowadays most of the appliances are made not so well as back in …Because nowadays most of the appliances are made not so well as back in the days. In couple of years (2-3) time some fault comes up. It happens usually just after the end of warranty period.And most of the people don't have the time and knowledge to go through all these court procedures.For me if easier to give out an extra £40 and have peace of mind for the next years.


Who mentioned court procedures? You simply telephone or email and state you want a repair or replacement, trust me they will buckle.
I bought this TV using an eBay code from crampton and Moore for £494 a couple months ago. TV is great and has lots of built in apps but the Freesat part is shocking. I've had to go back to using a Freesat box just to be able to watch BBC channels. If you Google this TV most people complain about the built in tuners. Aside from that it's good. Viewing angle is brilliant! I found that not much stuff is in 4k unless you pay for the Netflix top package, but Disney plus seems to stream in 4k and the picture is lovely
muffboy07/04/2020 12:09

Who mentioned court procedures? You simply telephone or email and state …Who mentioned court procedures? You simply telephone or email and state you want a repair or replacement, trust me they will buckle.


See, that's what I mean. Lack of knowledge. Even I thought that the procedure is harder and more time consuming than just a phone call
I thought there was a min 2 year warranty on elec goods, or does that now not apply now we're on the way out of the EU ?

(Please no Brexit arguments please, this is just a question about warranties), Thanks
eiamhere6907/04/2020 11:39

I have a Hisense tv, but from what I hear, they don't honour the warranty …I have a Hisense tv, but from what I hear, they don't honour the warranty anyways.


Hmm I don't believe their CS is that bad. Mine is now almost 2y old, and when Netflix suddenly stopped working last year I got through to a UK service line which sent out a software update next day on a USB stick. It had been due to be applied via an OTA update the week after, so they could have just asked me to wait.
Not easy for a company with a UK presence not to honour warranties with the level of consumer protection we have. The only times I've had to go through Resolver are for issues with DSG group purchases, but that's to be expected. If that doesn't work there's always the small claims court.
Edited by: "hcc27" 7th Apr
sashabig07/04/2020 12:04

Because nowadays most of the appliances are made not so well as back in …Because nowadays most of the appliances are made not so well as back in the days. In couple of years (2-3) time some fault comes up. It happens usually just after the end of warranty period.And most of the people don't have the time and knowledge to go through all these court procedures.For me if easier to give out an extra £40 and have peace of mind for the next years.



Don't remember the good old days of colour TV valve days, virtually had digs for the Radio Rental chap.
hcc2707/04/2020 13:22

Hmm I don't believe their CS is that bad. Mine is now almost 2y old, and …Hmm I don't believe their CS is that bad. Mine is now almost 2y old, and when Netflix suddenly stopped working last year I got through to a UK service line which sent out a software update next day on a USB stick. It had been due to be applied via an OTA update the week after, so they could have just asked me to wait.Not easy for a company with a UK presence not to honour warranties with the level of consumer protection we have. The only times I've had to go through Resolver are for issues with DSG group purchases, but that's to be expected. If that doesn't work there's always the small claims court.


I couldn't tell you either way. Just a fair amount of comments on here.
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