LG OLED55B7V + 5 Years Warranty + 6 Months Netflix + Free Delivery £1779 with code TV100 - Currys
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LG OLED55B7V + 5 Years Warranty + 6 Months Netflix + Free Delivery £1779 with code TV100 - Currys

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Found 16th Sep 2017
Not sure if already posted, I've found another deals but not this one.

Code TV100 working again in various sets over £1000.

No need to add the specs, if you are looking for an OLED you've done your research already.

Currys offers 5 Years Warranty + free delivery as usual with this TV. LG offers 6 months 4K subscription on Netflix.
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mark900017 m ago

What’s it like with condensation? Thinking of one for the servants bathroom


I wouldn't recommend this TV for servants bathroom. I had to remove them from both of my servants bathroom as they were spending too much time in the toilet. Not sure if the TV made them sick but just to be safe I moved the sets to the stables. The horses didn't mind having a 4th OLED there...
What’s it like with condensation? Thinking of one for the servants bathroom
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Bear in mind that not all OLEDs handle near blacks the same, some are pretty ropey. So if you like your movies and TV shows dark and moody do your research and give them a good test if you can.
So what do you recommend I'm Intrested to know

As b7 is rated better than the Panasonic and Sony for hdr and colour ect
Oh il use my works 5.5% discount on top of this 🏻
Bit of a gamble but these OLEDs finally seem to be dropping so going to see if any blinding deals come up on Black Friday. The 20% off offer with Very seems to be the cheapest so far but buying from Very is a gamble in it's own right!
ashmac4 m ago

So what do you recommend I'm Intrested to know As b7 is rated better than …So what do you recommend I'm Intrested to know As b7 is rated better than the Panasonic and Sony for hdr and colour ect

Heard some good things about Sony's A1 TVs, they look awesome in store
guydaniels18 m ago

Heard some good things about Sony's A1 TVs, they look awesome in store

That does look like a fantastic but very expensive tv, but it hasn't dropped in price yet anything near like LG's have.
fireman110 m ago

That does look like a fantastic but very expensive tv, but it hasn't …That does look like a fantastic but very expensive tv, but it hasn't dropped in price yet anything near like LG's have.

Yeah, I can't justify spending that much dough either, if you put a decent £1k TV next to it with £800 sheets, I know what I'd probably opt for and still be happy
Yeah, we’ve been speaking about this Currys deal prior to you posting it in another thread. Only be valid till Tuesday bear in mind.

Good deal with warranty. Also just for those who may want to use Crampton and Moore instead they’ll offer £1769 with the same warranty. I asked them earlier today.
Edited by: "Jiminy_Bob" 16th Sep 2017
Just bought this from Very after setting a new account for £1529.99 and 2% cashback from topcashback also with 12 months interest free credit.Not a bad deal at all.

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Edited by: "tallpault" 16th Sep 2017
tallpault17 m ago

Just bought this from Very after setting a new account for £1529.99 and 2% …Just bought this from Very after setting a new account for £1529.99 and 2% cashback from topcashback also with 12 months interest free credit.Not a bad deal at all.http://www.very.co.uk/lg-oled55b7v-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-premium-hdrnbspsmart-oled-tv-with-6-months-netflix-premium-included/1600170841.prdhttps://www.very.co.uk/first-order-discount.page


Great price, but with only a year's warranty, right?
tallpault18 m ago

Just bought this from Very after setting a new account for £1529.99 and 2% …Just bought this from Very after setting a new account for £1529.99 and 2% cashback from topcashback also with 12 months interest free credit.Not a bad deal at all.http://www.very.co.uk/lg-oled55b7v-55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-premium-hdrnbspsmart-oled-tv-with-6-months-netflix-premium-included/1600170841.prdhttps://www.very.co.uk/first-order-discount.page




You better hope nothing goes wrong after a year
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ashmac2 h, 1 m ago

Oh il use my works 5.5% discount on top of this 🏻


Or 8.5% if you buy via vouchers
What’s it like with condensation? Thinking of one for the servants bathroom
mark900017 m ago

What’s it like with condensation? Thinking of one for the servants bathroom


I wouldn't recommend this TV for servants bathroom. I had to remove them from both of my servants bathroom as they were spending too much time in the toilet. Not sure if the TV made them sick but just to be safe I moved the sets to the stables. The horses didn't mind having a 4th OLED there...
guydaniels2 h, 2 m ago

Yeah, I can't justify spending that much dough either, if you put a decent …Yeah, I can't justify spending that much dough either, if you put a decent £1k TV next to it with £800 sheets, I know what I'd probably opt for and still be happy

I'm after a tv has to be oled as I have Panasonic st60 50" plasma and anything but good motion and near blacks will do

The b7 offers best tv for the money I can get it around 1650 through work and will probably go for it soon as I waited for the b6 to drop below 1500 and then it went oos and I missed out
Price dropping on this set all the time
Eagerly waiting for the 65" to drop in price.
Topcashback also has £70 cashback offer on TV's over a grand at the moment
Only lg makes oled panel's.. When calibrated theres likely to be little between the brands.. Only thing id watch out for is any with bad input lag
OLED forward to win.
the only worthy replacement for Plasma
let LCD nonsense die.
mark90003 h, 36 m ago

What’s it like with condensation? Thinking of one for the servants bathroom

Good location of choice. You never know what they'll be watching... especially in HD 4K quality on a 55 inch screen. Lucky they have water, tissue and appliance to use, before they serve you.
ashmac6 h, 24 m ago

Oh il use my works 5.5% discount on top of this 🏻

Perks at work?
Is it vulnerable to BlueBorne exploit like Samsung smart TVs?
There's a £200 pounds voucher now not sure if it work work with this tv?
LSTV200A
Sparkiegirl24 m ago

There's a £200 pounds voucher now not sure if it work work with this …There's a £200 pounds voucher now not sure if it work work with this tv?LSTV200A



Cheers, it works and stacks on top of the TV100 code. Sweet
tempt9 m ago

Cheers, it works and stacks on top of the TV100 code. Sweet


How? Just tried and didn't work.
LSTV200A seems to work to secure the 65" for £2649
Can get for £1630 with work discount , 200 off discount doesn't work
LSTV200A not working for me
LSTV200A works on 65" and adds details of it being £200 off TVs over £2000
Any ideas how long this code is valid for ?
Any recommend wall mounting socket for this tv?
Andi.Keane1 h, 3 m ago

Any ideas how long this code is valid for ?



I would assume the code is valid until the end of their Flash Sale on Tuesday but don't bet on that.
Tequila9 h, 24 m ago

OLED forward to win.the only worthy replacement for Plasmalet LCD nonsense …OLED forward to win.the only worthy replacement for Plasmalet LCD nonsense die.

LCD? It did,... like 5 years ago. LED sets now
I'm waiting for the Sony A1 to be around this price before upgrading. (yes I know, I'll likely be waiting a while!)
tempt2 h, 7 m ago

Cheers, it works and stacks on top of the TV100 code. Sweet


How did you get the codes to stack. The option to enter a voucher code disappears once the first one is entered
SimyJo34 m ago

LCD? It did,... like 5 years ago. LED sets now


"LED" TVs still use LCD displays. "LED" simply refers to the backlighting technology used.
alexfn11 h, 35 m ago

Only lg makes oled panel's.. When calibrated theres likely to be little …Only lg makes oled panel's.. When calibrated theres likely to be little between the brands.. Only thing id watch out for is any with bad input lag


That depends entirely on the internal colour management system which will be different from one manufacturer to the next.
AsDeadAsADodo32 m ago

"LED" TVs still use LCD displays. "LED" simply refers to the backlighting …"LED" TVs still use LCD displays. "LED" simply refers to the backlighting technology used.

I love it when arm chair professionals get put in their place.
Anyone know if the £70 TCB on TVs over a £1,000 can be used with the code for £100 off TV100
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