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LG 75UK6200PLB 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 from Currys
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LG 75UK6200PLB 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 from Currys

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Posted 16th Nov 2018

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Black Tag deal down from £1799 to £999
Seems a good deal for a 75” LG
Unfortunately not many reviews on this model though.
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At the moment the Sale of Goods act covers items upto 6 years. I bought a 60 inch Samsung and the screen had cloudy patches at 11 months. The LED's were faulty and Currys changed the screen without issue. I did not take out extended warranty. The replacement screen went cloudy after another year. Rang Currys and they said I would have to pay for the screen as it is out of warranty. I said I wanted it fixed under the Sale of Goods Act, as it is reasonable to assume it should not be faulty (twice) in such a short space of time. They did fix it under this and I got a replacement screen. Saved me £400.
Edited by: "Nim77" 17th Nov 2018
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Cheapest price I have seen for a 75 inch TV. Great deal
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Not bad for Xbox One X gaming.
Basic 1 Yr warranty. Would have bitten if more.
Isn’t U.K. law 2 years anyway ?
Just been on live chat. Will only offer 1 year but you can extend it to 5 yrs for £249.
Can you use any student discount codes ?
Or just use contents insurance?
kwacker3 h, 44 m ago

Basic 1 Yr warranty. Would have bitten if more.


Agreed.... was tempted to buy until this, too much of a risk. And paying £250 for extended warranty starts to take away the fact it’s a deal at this price.
Good find tho op, not knocking it, shame on warranty.
If the manufacturer only gives it 1 year until it plays up then I'm not going for it lol 5 years should be minimum really
Been this price for weeks, no?
36127569-iF1EN.jpgave bought yesterday still yet to arrive.
I asked sales guys in curry store johnlewis offering most of the tv's 5 years Accidental warranty for £120 why more in curry.
He went back to this manager and offered 5 years for £100.
Good luck.
Edited by: "karan111" 18th Nov 2018
karan11159 m ago

I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry …I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry store johnlewis offering most of the tv's 5 years Accidental warranty for £120 why more in curry.He went back to this manager and offered 5 years for £100.Good luck.


Might chance my luck later
I fancy this telly but don't wanna risk 1 k if it goes wrong after one year. Currys seem to be the only one doing this model so can't price match with John Lewis or richer sounds.
karan1111 h, 21 m ago

I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry …I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry store johnlewis offering most of the tv's 5 years Accidental warranty for £120 why more in curry.He went back to this manager and offered 5 years for £100.Good luck.


Where was this?
herrbz1 h, 37 m ago

Been this price for weeks, no?


Don't think so , black tag deal.
Looks like this is on German Amazon
At the moment the Sale of Goods act covers items upto 6 years. I bought a 60 inch Samsung and the screen had cloudy patches at 11 months. The LED's were faulty and Currys changed the screen without issue. I did not take out extended warranty. The replacement screen went cloudy after another year. Rang Currys and they said I would have to pay for the screen as it is out of warranty. I said I wanted it fixed under the Sale of Goods Act, as it is reasonable to assume it should not be faulty (twice) in such a short space of time. They did fix it under this and I got a replacement screen. Saved me £400.
Edited by: "Nim77" 17th Nov 2018
karan1115 h, 57 m ago

I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry …I have bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry store johnlewis offering most of the tv's 5 years Accidental warranty for £120 why more in curry.He went back to this manager and offered 5 years for £100.Good luck.


Iv just been to my local and was told thery don’t offer the extended warranty on this model.
Called 2 others nearby and was told the same thing.
What store did you go to?
Any proof please?
Edited by: "javz1982" 17th Nov 2018
Maybe they won't cover them because they know they won't last long
Edited by: "extonjoe" 17th Nov 2018
Very iffy
Not really iffy, its just Currys being tight when it comes to warranties. Its a branded 75" TV for under a grand, I suspect the mark up on this wont be much and including a free warranty like JL would kill their profit and the same can be said for LG, they probably wont be making much on these either.
freakstyler17/11/2018 19:40

Not really iffy, its just Currys being tight when it comes to warranties. …Not really iffy, its just Currys being tight when it comes to warranties. Its a branded 75" TV for under a grand, I suspect the mark up on this wont be much and including a free warranty like JL would kill their profit and the same can be said for LG, they probably wont be making much on these either.


You'll have me in tears , no profit.
extonjoe17/11/2018 19:43

You'll have me in tears , no profit.



Thats capitalism for you.
If you work for Sainsburys you can get another 8% off this taking it to £920, tempted myself.
whirlers118/11/2018 10:24

If you work for Sainsburys you can get another 8% off this taking it to …If you work for Sainsburys you can get another 8% off this taking it to £920, tempted myself.


How?
freakstyler14 h, 42 m ago

Thats capitalism for you.


Oh, sure, it’s all bad businesses making money and providing work places. Asswipes. How dare they.
popatshlok18/11/2018 10:32

How?


If you work for Sainsburys, log into OurSainsburys website.
Navigate to the colleague rewards page called LoveIt (i think), search for Currys and you can buy a Currys vouchers to be used online or instore at a 8% discount. I have a £1000 voucher sitting in my basket totaling £920.
Well I went to the store to view it before buying yesterday but didn't have one to view it's basically same spec as lguk6500pla which is £1599, anyway went ahead and bought it through the store along with a soundbar that was on offer also I asked for extended warranty and got it for £129 for 5 years all good then salesman says 4k you need special hdmi leads ? ,also optical lead for soundbar tells message he,s giving me a good deal £79.99 🙈 also told me I can have a free wall bracket I check my receipt later been charged £25 for wall bracket I look on Google no need for hdmi cable s either straight back today and got £104 refunded and complained to manager you expect these sales assistants to be trusted anyway TV , soundbar and warranty £1240, I,m happy with that
Hebbo18 h, 57 m ago

Well I went to the store to view it before buying yesterday but didn't …Well I went to the store to view it before buying yesterday but didn't have one to view it's basically same spec as lguk6500pla which is £1599, anyway went ahead and bought it through the store along with a soundbar that was on offer also I asked for extended warranty and got it for £129 for 5 years all good then salesman says 4k you need special hdmi leads ? ,also optical lead for soundbar tells message he,s giving me a good deal £79.99 🙈 also told me I can have a free wall bracket I check my receipt later been charged £25 for wall bracket I look on Google no need for hdmi cable s either straight back today and got £104 refunded and complained to manager you expect these sales assistants to be trusted anyway TV , soundbar and warranty £1240, I,m happy with that



They did something similar with my girlfriends parents earlier this year, they attempted to buy a £50 Samsung BluRay Player and the salesperson tried to railroad them into buying a special 4K HDMI cable at £25. He was pushy to the point they just walked out of the store and bought elsewhere, it was only a bog standard BluRay too and they told the guy their TV wasn’t 4K but his words were I can’t sell you this player without the cable……
Dont know how they still get away with selling these over priced cables. Very poor if they are now preying on folks lack of knowledge on 4K technology saying its a requirement😡
I was really up for buying this till I popped to Currys yesterday. The picture was absolutely awful. Looked like the worst TV in the shop. Im hoping it was just a bad feed..so will pop to another Currys this week to check it out again!
whirlers118th Nov

If you work for Sainsburys, log into OurSainsburys website.Navigate to the …If you work for Sainsburys, log into OurSainsburys website.Navigate to the colleague rewards page called LoveIt (i think), search for Currys and you can buy a Currys vouchers to be used online or instore at a 8% discount. I have a £1000 voucher sitting in my basket totaling £920.


Cheers, checked on the M&S one and its on there as well.
Anyone received theirs yet? It would be very interesting to know what panel they've actually used. I suspect its IPS (chevron Pixels) but is it standard RGB or is it RGBW?
Hi All,

I also saw this deal and did a lot of research. The deal seems almost too good to be true and I sadly think it is. I personally wont be purchasing, I'd read the below carefully - and do your own research on the product. Sadly it seems like the currys model fits all of these warning flags perfectly.

Some retailers have struck up deals with TV manufacturers to sell derivative models - TVs based on the latest popular models but with inferior hardware or poorer performance. These TVs are sold for a short time only on Black Friday and despite a lower price, are not offering the same value as the original model.

1) Check the model number

If a TV deal seems too good to be true you can use the model number to look it up. The model number is a series of numbers and letters used to identify the item. It will look something like this: Toshiba 50U6863DB. The model number is usually tucked away in the specification section of a website. Find it and then check to see if it's a model sold by other stores. If it is sold by lots of other retailers and has been on sale for a long period of time it should be legitimate. If you can’t find the same model on other retailers then its likely you’ve come across a derivative model.

2) Check reviews

Reviews for TVs are across the internet and most major retailers will have reviews listed under the products, usually with a five-star rating system.

If the reviews for the TV are all in the last few weeks it could be a sign this is a new product. Again, this is not conclusive proof the TV is a derivative but it should mean you show extra caution if this is the case. If there are no reviews at all, or you cant find any reviews online, then it is a sure sign it is a derivative model.

3) The TV is only listed in one size

A TV that comes in just one size is not necessarily a derivative but if a deal appears and the TV has only ever been available in that size it may be worth being a bit more careful.

So in summary - this model may have great picture quality and certainly is great value, but perhaps only because its made with older/lower quality parts and certain features have been compromised to keep the cost low.

If you buy this model then be warned that:

- you only have a 1 year warranty, and if faults develop after this time, it's likely that the replacement parts will not be available and repairs will therefore be costly.

- its likely to not last as long as you'd expect before it starts developing faults (you should expect a TV to last 5-7 years, but a derivative model will likely only last a couple of years before it packs up for good)

- you may find it harder to find online or manufacture technical support
- software updates may be non-existent or very limited
- some software features you'd expect may not work as expected or may not be available at all

if these are compromises you can allow for to save over £1000 (it is a huge saving after all) then definitely consider this TV - but don't be too surprised if the quality, build and after purchase support is less than you'd expect.
Edited by: "avku2019" 22nd Nov 2018
avku201921/11/2018 11:20

Hi All,I also saw this deal and did a lot of research. The deal seems …Hi All,I also saw this deal and did a lot of research. The deal seems almost too good to be true and I sadly think it is. I personally wont be purchasing, I'd read the below carefully - and do your own research on the product. Sadly it seems like the currys model fits all of these warning flags perfectly.Some retailers have struck up deals with TV manufacturers to sell derivative models - TVs based on the latest popular models but with inferior hardware or poorer performance. These TVs are sold for a short time only on Black Friday and despite a lower price, are not offering the same value as the original model. 1) Check the model numberIf a TV deal seems too good to be true you can use the model number to look it up. The model number is a series of numbers and letters used to identify the item. It will look something like this: Toshiba 50U6863DB. The model number is usually tucked away in the specification section of a website. Find it and then check to see if it's a model sold by other stores. If it is sold by lots of other retailers and has been on sale for a long period of time it should be legitimate. If you can’t find the same model on other retailers then its likely you’ve come across a derivative model. 2) Check reviewsReviews for TVs are across the internet and most major retailers will have reviews listed under the products, usually with a five-star rating system.If the reviews for the TV are all in the last few weeks it could be a sign this is a new product. Again, this is not conclusive proof the TV is a derivative but it should mean you show extra caution if this is the case. If there are no reviews at all, or you cant find any reviews online, then it is a sure sign it is a derivative model.3) The TV is only listed in one sizeA TV that comes in just one size is not necessarily a derivative but if a deal appears and the TV has only ever been available in that size it may be worth being a bit more careful.


I had a Samsung TV rep tell me the same in John Lewis. He wasn't able to elaborate on the model number nor what features would be missing but he did say Samsung would be introducing a model specifically for black Friday and it would most likely be based off the bottom of the range model.
haz8181 h, 21 m ago

I had a Samsung TV rep tell me the same in John Lewis. He wasn't able to …I had a Samsung TV rep tell me the same in John Lewis. He wasn't able to elaborate on the model number nor what features would be missing but he did say Samsung would be introducing a model specifically for black Friday and it would most likely be based off the bottom of the range model.


Wow
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I viewed one in store yesterday and watched some sports (basketball) and I thought the motion blur was awful.
karan11117/11/2018 12:17

[Image] ave bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in …[Image] ave bought yesterday still yet to arrive.I asked sales guys in curry store johnlewis offering most of the tv's 5 years Accidental warranty for £120 why more in curry.He went back to this manager and offered 5 years for £100.Good luck.


Hi Thanks for your advice. I bought the tv yesterday and got the 5 years warranty for £100. Delivery coming today can't wait!
buy it through Quidco you will get another £60 off
Was that
wareesha.amin7 h, 20 m ago

Hi Thanks for your advice. I bought the tv yesterday and got the 5 years …Hi Thanks for your advice. I bought the tv yesterday and got the 5 years warranty for £100. Delivery coming today can't wait!


Was that from Currys?
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