LG OLED 65B6V dropped by another £100. Includes 5 yr guarantee, Sky Q & Soundbar and Sub £2899 @ John Lewis
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LG OLED 65B6V dropped by another £100. Includes 5 yr guarantee, Sky Q & Soundbar and Sub £2899 @ John Lewis

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Found 19th Mar 2017
Has dropped another £100 to £2899.

Includes Sky Q for 12 months (albeit a budget version).
Includes Soundbar and Wireless Sub
5 year guarantee

The new OLEDs (2017) from what I have read are not worth the extra ~£1500 when they come out.

I have bought but will be keeping an eye on prices in case they drop and will then do another price match.
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The 55" version has dropped £100 too.
The 65e6 is £3200 at Costco or Use Rs to pricematch if you want a better soc and 3D
Abit annoyed they only do 55 inch or 65 inch. I want to replace my current 60inch TV but don't want to downgrade the size or go over sized to 65.
I don't think anyone should rush into purchasing a 65 inch oled at these prices.

The prices have been yoyo-ing up and down and have been at a better price. I got the 65 inch C6 (curved and 3D model) for £2519 from Currys on 14/2/17.

As always, prices should be on a downward trend, especially with newer models being released over the coming months.

The B6 should be cheaper than the C6, so I would suggest a good price would be £2400. Depending on whether if you want the sound bar then if it comes free with it then maybe £2600.
Edited by: "luvclub" 19th Mar 2017
You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV.

I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced.

This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.
Nut82uk

You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a … You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced. This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.



​Which model Hisense do you have and why in your opinion is it almost as good as the LG OLED? Im also looking to get a 65inch tv. Thanks.
Nut82uk

You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a … You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced. This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.



I'm sure most people fully realise that there are other very good televisions out there that are priced well below oled TVs.

As usual the law of diminishing returns means that if you do want that extra bit of picture quality then you have to pay for it.

If some people want an oled and could afford it then I wouldn't call them "idiots".
I'm pretty sure Nut82uk was being sarcastic. At least, I hope he was.
Nut82uk

You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a … You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced. This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.



That's like comparing a Fiesta to a Ferrari......
Kanedaaaaaa

I'm pretty sure Nut82uk was being sarcastic. At least, I hope he was.



Think he's drunk
ashmac

Think he's drunk



Drunk on Smirnoff or grey goose
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Nut82uk

You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a … You have to be a complete idiot to pay this much for a 65" TV. I own a Hisense 4K 65" set, paid £765.00 with a five year warranty. It's an amazing TV and knocks the socks off the 50" Panasonic GT series plasma it replaced. This Lucky Goldstar OLED is undoubtedly better than the Hisense, but £2,135 better? No chance.



Thanks Nut82UK for your comments.

Your comments suggest that you have bought a TV of the same size and compared it with a 50 inch TV and it "knocks the socks of it". Therefore that means that the TV in this deal is not £2,135 better than the one that you have purchased.

You are either some kind of genius or you are in fact correct that I am an idiot.
Edited by: "bob_regis" 20th Mar 2017
malachi

Abit annoyed they only do 55 inch or 65 inch. I want to replace my … Abit annoyed they only do 55 inch or 65 inch. I want to replace my current 60inch TV but don't want to downgrade the size or go over sized to 65.


if it helps, if your tv is quite old, chances are it'll have a large bezel, my 55" bezel is so large I can get the 65" and it's very close to being exactly the same size as the bezel on these are so small. check the dimensions you might be able to live with it.....
hukd_addict

if it helps, if your tv is quite old, chances are it'll have a large … if it helps, if your tv is quite old, chances are it'll have a large bezel, my 55" bezel is so large I can get the 65" and it's very close to being exactly the same size as the bezel on these are so small. check the dimensions you might be able to live with it.....



My TV is a Samsung 6200 series which one of their models which is nearly enough bezel less.

Im hoping this year's OLED models will have 60" sizes.
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