LG OLED55C7V or B7 model 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV wit 5 Years Warranty  £1899.00  Currys with code
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LG OLED55C7V or B7 model 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV wit 5 Years Warranty £1899.00 Currys with code

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Found 16th Aug 2017Edited by:"pavel76"
Good price for new models
LSTV100A code for £100 off - thanks to Mersey Steve
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Don't forget LSTV100A will take a further £100 off the price.


Regards
Stev
Edited by: "Mersey_Steve" 16th Aug 2017
DAMN YOU ALL!
I'm supposed to be saving money to buy a new house. This is really not helping me in anyway
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Don't forget LSTV100A will take a further £100 off the price.


Regards
Stev
Edited by: "Mersey_Steve" 16th Aug 2017
Picked up the lg c7 and Sj8 soundbar for 2500 a few months back. Wow, blown away. Amazing setup
DAMN YOU ALL!
I'm supposed to be saving money to buy a new house. This is really not helping me in anyway
Great offer, though a bit out of my reach. Anyone got any deals or codes for a <£450 4k hdr tv? I'd like something between 43"-50".
Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.
I'm
Shocked how quick the price of this is dropping .the b6 was £1450 mark a year after release this is not miles away already

Can see this around £1600 £1500 by xmas
I think it's increased competition, this year, as Panasonic and Sony also have OLED sets available. Hence LG having to go for price advantage.
Neither of the codes mentioned are working ?
Did anyone actually buy one of these for 3k? Bet their miffed if they did. Heat
tebbo653 m ago

Did anyone actually buy one of these for 3k? Bet their miffed if they did. …Did anyone actually buy one of these for 3k? Bet their miffed if they did. Heat

Can't believe anyone would not have known the price would drop. It's what happens with technology generally and TVs specifically. It's the speed of drop that is surprising (as already noted).
Lowtrawler1 h, 19 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.



I've not really been a supporter of LG thanks to a bad experience similar to yours with one of their earlier plasma models back 2001 or 2002. went straight to a mid range Panasonic PZ70 and now a reference ZT60 and never looked back. Its worth noting and acknowledging that LG has come a long way over the last several years, with a real focus on picture quality, evident by the implementation of ISF modes and picture controls to achieve calibration. Its apparent now they want a slice of the high end with OLED and the reviews confirm this.

regarding the one you had repaired 3 times, I would have pushed for a replacement after the breakdown post first repair.

impossible to say if this will breakdown but id say go for it, especially with the 5 year warranty. I would consider it but I love my calibrated ZT too much lol.
Great price. I'm hoping this nears the £1500 mark come Black Friday as it'll coincide nicely with a house move.
I was hesitant to spend big on a new TV, but I can't fault the C7, stunning picture, handles lower res stuff quite forgivingly and not a hint of IR that I've noticed.
Great price for a B7/C7... wish I'd held off on the B6
Just bought the C6 a couple of weeks ago, would have got this if I could have held out!
After 7 years service, my LG plasma developed 'red snow' during the past week (googling suggests phosphor ageing is to blame), so this deal couldn't have come at a better time! Heat!
Anybody got any recommends for TVs around the £500 mark.
What makes this better than the b/c 6?
Lowtrawler3 h, 24 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.

I've had a similar experience with LG's, they're always breaking... Then again, in terms of reliability I'm not sure which brand does actually stand strong.
lol mine
wizball22 m ago

After 7 years service, my LG plasma developed 'red snow' during the past …After 7 years service, my LG plasma developed 'red snow' during the past week (googling suggests phosphor ageing is to blame), so this deal couldn't have come at a better time! Heat!


lol mine got the red snow after 2 years
obi2623 h, 41 m ago

Great offer, though a bit out of my reach. Anyone got any deals or codes …Great offer, though a bit out of my reach. Anyone got any deals or codes for a <£450 4k hdr tv? I'd like something between 43"-50".


Its not a true 4k TV for that price tbh £450.
jswfc1238 m ago

What makes this better than the b/c 6?

Generally a brighter and optimised panel, last year's OLEDs suffered from uniformity issues, banding, "black crushing" and lower brightness, this year's generation seems to be worth its money!
The promotional code isn’t working for me, heat anyway as even without the code it’s a cracking deal!
Got the B6, it's Amazing! Got my eye on the C7. Great price, might be £1500 by Xmas! 🔥 🔥
Lowtrawler3 h, 54 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.


This comes with a 5 year warranty through the retailer...
Lowtrawler4 h, 9 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.


sale of goods act covers you for 6 years.
simba258558 m ago

lol mine lol mine got the red snow after 2 years


Sorry to hear that; mine had a capacitor go in about year 3, but I was lucky enough to find someone on ebay that would fix the board (I didn't have 5 year warranty, so I was prepared to open telly, but didn't fancy the soldering etc.).

I was quite pleased to get such long service out of the TV overall, so am happy to go LG again.
pjd197219 m ago

sale of goods act covers you for 6 years.



From what I've read its not as as easy as you'd think.
wizball52 m ago

Sorry to hear that; mine had a capacitor go in about year 3, but I was …Sorry to hear that; mine had a capacitor go in about year 3, but I was lucky enough to find someone on ebay that would fix the board (I didn't have 5 year warranty, so I was prepared to open telly, but didn't fancy the soldering etc.). I was quite pleased to get such long service out of the TV overall, so am happy to go LG again.


I had a positive result in the end despite a lengthy process with Comet who damaged the tv in several areas when it went in for repair. Got them to replace it with a Panasonic plasma after a few letters, some photo evidence and quote sale of goods act.

never dealt with Currys before.
Lowtrawler5 h, 48 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.


That's a shame. My experience - albeit with one TV - has been the exact opposite. It's a 47incher bought from Richer Sounds 7 years ago, usually watched 2-3hours a day on average and touch wood, is still going strong. I bought the 5y extended warranty from RS for 10% of the purchase price and got it all back at the end of the term. I guess anecdotal evidence - an din my case an n of '1' - is hardly scientific fact but I wouldn't brush aside a whole brand based on personal experience.
Lowtrawler5 h, 51 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.



Trust me, LG is king compared to SONY
Sharpharp8 m ago

Trust me, LG is king compared to SONY

Is there a site listing TV reliability?
I'm open minded that my experience isn't the norm. Would just like reliable data rather than isolated experiences.
Lowtrawler6 h, 17 m ago

Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the …Like the look of the LG OLED TV's. However, I have had 4 LG TV's in the last 8 years, 1 has been repaired 3 times and another developed a fault 1 month outside warranty which couldn't be repaired and LG weren't interested. Don't know if I've just been unlucky but it makes me think twice before paying this much for an LG.


Well it's OLED and not much choice for OLED as Sony and Panasonic (even Philips) also use LG OLED Panels and are much more pricey.while Samsung is sadly refusing to make OLED and busy trying fraudulently market their new LCDs as "qled" to fool simple minded consumers into thinking it's something different like OLED..
LG is probably the best option price/tech/qualitywise right now.
vig1lante7 h, 4 m ago

DAMN YOU ALL!I'm supposed to be saving money to buy a new house. This is …DAMN YOU ALL!I'm supposed to be saving money to buy a new house. This is really not helping me in anyway



Look at it like this ,you can see all the lovely houses in beutifull detail that you can't afford now that you bought this.
morrig39 m ago

Look at it like this ,you can see all the lovely houses in beutifull …Look at it like this ,you can see all the lovely houses in beutifull detail that you can't afford now that you bought this.


Don't think the other half will see it that way unfortunately, I'll find myself looking for a house on my own
Way better and as it is a huge investment - worth it.
Edited by: "ken-doh" 16th Aug 2017
TheAVJunky7 h, 45 m ago

I think it's increased competition, this year, as Panasonic and Sony also …I think it's increased competition, this year, as Panasonic and Sony also have OLED sets available. Hence LG having to go for price advantage.

I think they both have LG panels, so LG get a sale every time.

The other models simply have Sony/Panasonic tax added to the price...
Great price drop.
However, as far as uniformity goes, users on the avforums are generally reporting worse this year than last - or the "panel lottery" as they dub it.
Oh I would love this!
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