LG OLED55B7V 55 inch 4K OLED TV - £1,899 @ Crampton & Moore
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LG OLED55B7V 55 inch 4K OLED TV - £1,899 @ Crampton & Moore

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Found 13th Sep 2017Edited by:"leitchyleck"
this tv is £1979 almost everywhere, the above price is for crampton & moore discount members club, I signed up to this via blue light club and managed to get this for £1799 (approx 10% discount of original price) which was an error but they honoured it.


LG OLED55B7V 55 inch 4K OLED TV


BLADE SLIM
With an ultra slim and stylish finish this TV is unlike anything you have seen before.

Perfect Black Creates Perfect Colour
OLED’s unparalleled range of contrast brings shades and colours to life in a way that LED TV technology cannot match. Colour and contrast perfection.

The premium cinema experience, created just for you
Dramatic Imaging. Cinematic Sound.
LG OLED is the first TV of its kind with Dolby Vision™ and Dolby Atmos® combined within one television - the result is a unique cinematic experience for your home with incredible picture and sound quality.

The Ultimate HDR 4K Picture
Our advanced Active HDR technology can adapt to a variety of HDR formats and provides scene by scene image mastering, delivering pinpoint picture reproduction. Active HDR is better HDR.

DOLBY ATMOS®- Cinematic Sound for your Home
Dolby Atmos delivers each object’s unique sound in three-dimensional space for full immersion.

webOS3.5 - The Ultimate Entertainement Pack
The award winning LG Smart TV with Freeview Play * put's you in control of the entertainment on offer. Enjoy your favourite channels and catch up TV services with no monthly cost. The Smarter way of watching live TV and on demand services, with no additional devices required.
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I wish I'd purchased this TV instead of the crap KS9000 I've been lumped with.
Just subscribe to discount club in there own site, no need to go via another company. I got that price with a few clicks
Will probably be £499 in six months time. Will get one then.
ukez2 m ago

Will probably be £499 in six months time. Will get one then.


I am waiting for quadro hydra UltimateQHD super OLED, this one will be inferior soon.
ukez15 m ago

Will probably be £499 in six months time. Will get one then.

Definitely not
No 3D lol not worth it
EdwardJamesReed3 m ago

No 3D lol not worth it



3D is disappearing fast from top-end TVs again so you'll be waiting a while!
ashbournejohnny1 m ago

3D is disappearing fast from top-end TVs again so you'll be waiting a …3D is disappearing fast from top-end TVs again so you'll be waiting a while!

It'll be back soon enough.
danjames9222 m ago

It'll be back soon enough.


Doubt it.
ukez38 m ago

Will probably be £499 in six months time. Will get one then.



Hahaha. Keep dreaming.
Edited by: "CABellamy" 14th Sep 2017
stephenr2 h, 7 m ago

I wish I'd purchased this TV instead of the crap KS9000 I've been lumped …I wish I'd purchased this TV instead of the crap KS9000 I've been lumped with.

What's wrong with it? I had to return a 55 due to shocking light bleed, made watching anything dark impossible. Changed it for a 58dx902b, excellent tv
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CABellamy7 m ago

Doubt it.

3D discs are being released. They are still in production. You think that will change? Because it won't then the demand will be there again...
3d is a dying format on TV. When it's glasses free no doubt make comeback but years away
Agree with danjames92 wasn't that interested in 3d till I got the C6 Oled - I'm hooked. There's a growing number lobbying LG to bring back 3d. Good price at this time though and won't drop under £1400 even next year, that's where the B6C6 has plateaued at.
Edited by: "Jaybeam" 14th Sep 2017
Personally I think 3D will die pretty soon. Like others have commented, it is gone from virtually all high end 2017 models. I think it's a shame as I quite liked 3D, but don't miss it too much.

Highly recommended television though. I have the 65" C7 instead and it is amazing, far better than the Sony OLED it replaced.
danjames92217 m ago

3D discs are being released. They are still in production. You think that …3D discs are being released. They are still in production. You think that will change? Because it won't then the demand will be there again...


They can keep producing them all they want, but if people aren't buying them it's still going to die. 3D is a dying format. When/If? they manage to make glasses free 3D work in the living room then it will see a resurgence but that's a long way off for now.
I hope so. Love 3D, unlike most it seems. Thought about getting a Philips TV for ambilight, but none seem to have 3D
Worst company to deal with when it comes to Audio Video, avoid like the plague.
They are a bunch of liars and have very suspect business practices.

For starters, Crampton & Moore will try to get you to PHONE them to get a deal on a product, this is so that if you buy the item, they can fiddle the invoice and get greater cashback themselves from TV Manufacturers etc. -I am in the process of contacting the manufacturers about this, as C&M admitted this to me on the phone.

Secondly, Crampton & Moore will promise you a partial refund if the price drops after purchase, but will then deny all knowledge of the conversation (hence the reason for discussing over the phone)

Thirdly, delivery is a joke, they take a full week to deliver and use some firm that texts you a time for delivery, then they turn up early.

So just a word of warning, don't be taken in by the sales patter, once they have your money forget any after sales.

I'm not the only, just look at this: reviewcentre.com/rev…tml

As for the TV, it's the best TV out there. If you want to buy this, then DO NOT BUY from Crampton & Moore.
Either buy from Currys (yes they price match) and you can get it cheaper using discounted Giftcards, or use Richer Sounds to beat Crampton & Moore and give you a 6 year warranty and do actually have an after-sales service unlike Crampton
I have LG uh55850v from last year great hdr 4k tV the 3D is unbelievable best it's ever been no ghosting either seems crazy to pull it out
I'm waiting for holographic tv's
CABellamy23 m ago

They can keep producing them all they want, but if people aren't buying …They can keep producing them all they want, but if people aren't buying them it's still going to die. 3D is a dying format. When/If? they manage to make glasses free 3D work in the living room then it will see a resurgence but that's a long way off for now.

That's hardly true when most discs being released are being packaged with the regular 2D and sometimes even the 4K.
Edited by: "danjames922" 14th Sep 2017
Nice. But hoping it hits £1500 on BF
stephenr3 h, 16 m ago

I wish I'd purchased this TV instead of the crap KS9000 I've been lumped …I wish I'd purchased this TV instead of the crap KS9000 I've been lumped with.


What don't you like about the ks9000
i am happy with mine
This price Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee, no brainer... richersounds.com/lg-…tml

£1899 RRP £2999
Edited by: "morrig" 14th Sep 2017
Bought my qled off crampton and have to say 1st class customer service and delivery.Would use again.As for the TV I prefer brightness over darkness but still a cracking TV.
mrb302 h, 39 m ago

What's wrong with it? I had to return a 55 due to shocking light bleed, …What's wrong with it? I had to return a 55 due to shocking light bleed, made watching anything dark impossible. Changed it for a 58dx902b, excellent tv[Image] [Image]


Hi. Same as you, light bleed is shocking. As the TV was a gift I've gone to Samsung direct to try and sort Did you know the light bleed is in their T&C's I've been told.
Samsung don't want to know.
snoopy181 h, 32 m ago

What don't you like about the ks9000i am happy with mine


The light bleed is shockingly bad. To a point it's difficult to watch. Glad to hear that there are some out there like yours which are fine.
3D? Why are the studios wasting there money making movies in 3D when new tellys aren't going support them. Great price great company. Had my Samsung ES7000 from them for years (brake, brake, brake - I'm not on a plane by the way)
Edited by: "Disco.Dave" 14th Sep 2017
Nice price drops on this TV in the last month or so
no3d, no curve, they given us rubbish HDR instead of improving the 3d, no worth it at the moment
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morrig1 h, 44 m ago

This price Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee, no brainer... …This price Richer sounds with 6 years guarantee, no brainer... https://www.richersounds.com/lg-oled55b7v.html£1899 RRP £2999



that was not RS's price yesterday, I was on the phone to them.
your "no brainer" comment is not needed, RS has probably price matched Crampton.
It's not too difficult to beat a deal after the fact. I got this for £1799, beat that.
I have researched this tv for weeks and eventually spent hours trying to get it.
No wonder i have only had 5 deals in 10yrs!
£1879 at AO.com who also offer 0% finance if you need it and free next day delivery

EDIT ignore that, that RS offer is better!
Edited by: "mango.carrot" 14th Sep 2017
stephenr1 h, 22 m ago

Hi. Same as you, light bleed is shocking. As the TV was a gift I've gone …Hi. Same as you, light bleed is shocking. As the TV was a gift I've gone to Samsung direct to try and sort Did you know the light bleed is in their T&C's I've been told. Samsung don't want to know.

It is in there, you have to expect 'some' due to the nature of the technology, but the retailer I bought mine from agreed is was disgraceful. Funny though, how some people claim to have zero light bleed etc. Quality control comes in to question!
mango.carrot21 m ago

£1879 at AO.com who also offer 0% finance if you need it and free next day …£1879 at AO.com who also offer 0% finance if you need it and free next day deliveryEDIT ignore that, that RS offer is better!

Personally would avoid ao for buying a tv. Horrible returns policy
miaomiaobaubau50 m ago

no3d, no curve, they given us rubbish HDR instead of improving the 3d, no …no3d, no curve, they given us rubbish HDR instead of improving the 3d, no worth it at the moment


You've clearly never seen HDR in person.
mrb3024 m ago

It is in there, you have to expect 'some' due to the nature of the …It is in there, you have to expect 'some' due to the nature of the technology, but the retailer I bought mine from agreed is was disgraceful. Funny though, how some people claim to have zero light bleed etc. Quality control comes in to question!


Thinking about is it, mine is the 65" ks 8000, coming from a decent plasma I was expecting to be disappointed, but there is no light bleed, otherwise it would have been going back within 7 days for a refund
danjames9223 h, 44 m ago

That's hardly true when most discs being released are being packaged with …That's hardly true when most discs being released are being packaged with the regular 2D and sometimes even the 4K.


So what you're saying they're forcing you into getting the 3D version by packing the 2D/4K version in with it which is what the vast majority of people want. Talk about artificially inflating figures.
Jaybeam4 h, 15 m ago

Agree with danjames92 wasn't that interested in 3d till I got the C6 Oled …Agree with danjames92 wasn't that interested in 3d till I got the C6 Oled - I'm hooked. There's a growing number lobbying LG to bring back 3d. Good price at this time though and won't drop under £1400 even next year, that's where the B6C6 has plateaued at.


Also agree with this comment. These OLED TVs have enough brightness, resolution and contrast to finally pull off fantastic 3d images. My C6 OLED is superb and Star Wars Rogue One is a joy to watch,
mrb3030 m ago

Personally would avoid ao for buying a tv. Horrible returns policy


Oh really? Thankfully I've never had to return anything, and I've bought quite a lot from there over the years.
Very bad experience with this company im still waiting for refund 14 days after cancelation. Their excuse is they are very busy.
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