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LG 70" 4K Smart TV 70UM7100PLA + Free 32" HD Ready Smart TV & £25 Netflix Gift Code £999 @ Box
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LG 70" 4K Smart TV 70UM7100PLA + Free 32" HD Ready Smart TV & £25 Netflix Gift Code £999 @ Box

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Great bundle here which gives you a TV for the lounge as well as something for the bedroom / Kid's room? As well as that you get a £25 Netflix Gift Code thrown in too. A similar deal to the AO one, but with a little something extra at the same price.

Surprisingly the 32" states it has HDR too, which is pretty good!

You only need to add the 70" model to your basket, then you should see all 3 products in your basket:
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Make sure Free Delivery is selected:
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LG 70" 4K Smart TV 70UM7100PLA

  • Ultra HD 4K Display
  • 4K Active HDR / HDR10 Pro / HLG
  • ThinQ AI smart TV with Google Assistant / Alexa
  • HDMI 2.0 x 3 USB x 2
  • DTS / Ultra Surround
  • Wide Viewing Angle



The Free TV is the LG 32LM630BPLA 720p Smart TV


  • HD ready
  • Active HDR / HDR10 Pro / HLG
  • Smart TV with webOS
  • HDMI 1.4 x 3 USB x 2
  • Dolby audio / Virtual Surround Plus
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Didn't know they still made 'HD ready' TV's in 2019!
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Didn't know they still made 'HD ready' TV's in 2019!
Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I don't think it's that good, if anything when selecting HDR mode on the Hisense on PS4 pro the picture goes dim.
Not all LG UHD TVs are true 4k, something about using every 4th pixel for lighting or something - Worth a Google before buying?
Swansea9316/09/2019 19:19

Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I …Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I don't think it's that good, if anything when selecting HDR mode on the Hisense on PS4 pro the picture goes dim.


TV probably isn’t bright enough for true HDR.
Swansea9316/09/2019 19:19

Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I …Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I don't think it's that good, if anything when selecting HDR mode on the Hisense on PS4 pro the picture goes dim.


I had a similar issue with my Samsung 4k HDR tv. Had to tweak a couple of settings and it helped alot. See if theres a guide or any tips online for your model?
Anyone who's bought one of these feel like flogging me the free one?
Swansea9316/09/2019 19:19

Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I …Is this a good 4K tele? Currently using a Hisense purchased in 2016 and I don't think it's that good, if anything when selecting HDR mode on the Hisense on PS4 pro the picture goes dim.


Just bought a hisense a couple of weeks ago of course then found out thay have a hdr issue lol. For the ps4 you could try to change the hdmi input to enhanced which will then give you an option to adjust the black level in the expert settings. It's something that someone tried and found it to be better but otherwise there's not much else unless you have the option to switch off hdr on your ps4
£25 off the normal price?? Not that of a massive deal is it?
Lol seriously, just buy a proper smaller TV.

And don't even discuss HDR on cheap sets, you don't buy these for HDR.
Xanderdale07/10/2019 16:04

Anyone who's bought one of these feel like flogging me the free one?


And pass me netflix code
The 32" is selling for £200 on Amazon so makes the bigger one £799 if you have use for the 32" rather than just storing it.
This looks like a decent deal - does the 70" set support AirPlay? It looks like it does but that's an important feature for me...
Not 100% 4K
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