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Posted 30 January 2023

LG OLED55G26LA 55" OLED with 5 year warranty - £1259.10 delivered with code at Reliant Direct

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While spinning in circles looking for a decent deal on an XR55A80J, I spotted what seems to be a decent price for a 55" G2 from a reputable seller.

Price is £1399 - 10% via code OLED10 = £1259.10 with free delivery to the majority of the mainland UK (see image #2 for proof).

If you're looking at the deal, chances are you know all about the G2 by now so you don't need a wall of text selling it to you...

Hope this is of use to someone!

info added by @wadz

  • LG 4K SELF-LIT OLED evo for the most advanced and brightest OLED picture quality
  • Ultra slim gallery design + built-in flush fit wall mount
  • Designed for the ultimate movie, gaming, sport viewing experience
  • Dolby Vision IQ for true-to-life picture + Dolby Atmos for immersive sound
  • FREE Manufacturer Warranty for 5 years

  • Ultra slim gallery design & built-in flush fit wall mount
  • Designed for the ultimate movie, gaming, and sports
  • Dolby Vision IQ for true-to-life picture & Dolby Atmos
  • Refresh Rate - 120Hz
  • Smart TV apps
    Apple TV, Prime Video 4K, Britbox, Disney+, Google Play, Netflix 4K, NOW, Sky Store, BBC Sounds, Rakuten TV
  • Voice Control - Yes
  • HDMI - 4
  • USB - 3
  • Dimensions With Stand (CM) - (H) 75.7 x (W) 122.2 x (D) 24.5
  • Net Weight - 17.1 kg

a9 Gen 5 AI Processor
Beauty meets brains
The brains behind the beauty. Following deep learning advancements, LG's α9 Gen 5 AI Processor enhances objects in the foreground and background to add natural depth, and makes colours spectacularly vivid yet accurate.

Infinite Contrast
Dazzling darks, luminous lights
With no backlight to dull their impact,self-lit pixels achieve the deepest blacks for crisp contrast in every light. Visuals are more defined, so you can make out subtle details your eyes usually miss.

Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro
The details set the tone
All-new Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro goes deeper to improve the picture. Previously, it elevated just the frames. Now, the technique hones in on 5000 blocks across the screen for more vivid HDR down to each last detail.

Immersive Surround Sound
Sounds like you're in the scene
The α9 Gen 5 AI Processor up-mixes 2-channel audio into virtual 7.1.2 channel sound. Feel the action and chaos around you, just like you're the main character of the movie.

ThinQ AI & webOS
Television just for you
Need inspiration for movie night? ThinQ gives recommendations based on your taste. Set up profiles for everyone at home to quickly dive back into their favourite TV series and receive tailored news and sports updates.

True Cinema Experience
Now, you're the main character
Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos come together for sensational immersion. Using LG's α9 Gen 5 AI Processor, Dolby Vision IQ with Precision Detail adds extraordinary depth and brings out subtle textures.

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  1. LEAL's avatar
    Are there any better 65’ Oled TVs than the G2?
    I would welcome some advice on this.. (edited)
    Jonwillis's avatar
    There was better TVs, but you win some specs and loose out on others. The key benefit of the G2 is it's flat to wall mounting and extra brightness. But you'll find the QDOLED has more colour volume and the qled has more brightness and much better anti reflection coating. The Sony oleds have better motion processing and upscaling but cost more.

    As TVs behind bigger, they get much more expensive. Becoming more common are short throw projectors, called laser TVs. But they only really win out on cost against any TV over 77". At 65" normal TVs offer better value.

    If money is no issue, the soon to be realised G3 range is even brighter than the G2 due to a new panel. The latest Samsung QDOLED TVs are meant to have improvements too, both the Samsung and G3 are meant to run at bright as 2000nits, and the Samsung can run at 144hz instead of 120hz that the LG OLED panels run at.

    Drawback of sanding QDOLED is small detail text can look blurred due to their pixel layout, not something to notice on games or movies, so only an issue if used for office work too (edited)
  2. sami92's avatar
    I ordered yesterday LG C2 65' from JL £1300 with 5 years warranty. Someone think I should cancel and go for this ?
    Rilkal's avatar
    It is brighter due to a built in heatsink, that is the only appricable difference. It also does NOT come with a stand, it's designed for wall mounting, the stand is extra.
  3. PatkW's avatar
    All of these "deals" are a con. All these retailers jacked their prices on these sets not too long ago, so any offers on now are effectively a net zero saving.
    Rod_SmithmPK's avatar
    It's called capitalism
  4. shempz's avatar
    I can get it for £1,247 elsewhere - but £1259.10 is the best outside of that. I'm guessing Richer Sounds will bring it down to £1,239.10 with their pricebeat policy?
  5. gummby's avatar
    Does this suffer coil whine? Or is it 65G2 and above? (edited)
    Jonwillis's avatar
    I have a 77" c1 and I get no whine at all
  6. StubeyDoo's avatar
    @wadz - Thanks for adding the spec wall of text
    wadz's avatar
    Glad to help. Thanks for sharing the deal
  7. bluesuns2's avatar
    Just been to currys clearance outlet in Manchester they have literally hundreds of tvs boxed up but you can see the boxes have been opened so obviously returns.,Most were. LG and Samsung oleds so don't know what's going on there
    Afsar_Hussain's avatar
    Wheres this outlet
  8. JasonBillingsvnD's avatar
    Worth it? Love the look but not wall
    Jonwillis's avatar
    It doesn't come with a stand, it's made to fit flush to the wall, so just get the C2 instead.
  9. bluesuns2's avatar
    The G2 in the USA has a 4 year warranty that covers screen burn does the uk G2 have the same warranty?
    Jonwillis's avatar
    The G2 to my knowledge is 1 year warranty in the USA. But some USA retailers like Buydig will include a 4 year warranty which also covers screenburn.

    Here in the UK, the only retailer to explicitly cover screen burn is John Lewis with it's protect plus extended warranty, which lasts for 5 years. Costs about £120 extra.

    Warranties from richer sounds, Currys, PRC direct etc generally exclude screenburn.
    It's worth noting screenburn isn't as much as a problem as it used to be due to changes in manufacturing (bigger red pixels) and software (logo dimming, pixel shifting) to mitigate the issue.

    Of note the G1 and G2 do come with a 5 year panel warranty by default.

    The one thing to watch for is this exclusion. As people have on older models claimed for burn in damage from normal use and it's been rejected, although watching the news and YouTube is imo absolutely normal. So burn in shouldn't be out excluded, but I get using it 8 hours a day in a shop window with static images probably won't be covered.

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