LG OLED65C7V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £2099 @ rlrdistribution
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LG OLED65C7V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £2099 @ rlrdistribution

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Found 18th Jun
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Immerse yourself in this mesmerising OLED 65 inch television, with excellent picture quality allowing you to feel the cinema like experience in your own environment

Key features include:

  • Premium OLED screen with true black, perfect colours
  • 4K resolutions with multi HDR brings entertainment to life with a great deatiled and contrast
  • Realistic, Cinema sound with dolby atmos
  • Huge range of entertainment on your smart TV with freeview play
OLED creates the true blacks for deper, richer pictures than standdard LED TVs. The LG OLED65C7V 65. Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV. can turn each pixel off, so no light passes through them. The results is incredible contrast for tones and colours.

Smart TV wedOS opens up a huge range of content- discover mocies, sports and shows on the LG 65 Inch. The magic remote lets you speak to navigate and access what you want to watch. Download apps to sream content from services like Netflix and Amazon.

  • Screen Technology: OLED
  • 4K HDR: Multi HDR: HDR 10, HLG, Dolby Vision
  • 65 Inch
  • 3840x2160
  • Smart platform: webOS
  • Built in WiFi
  • Ethernet
  • Smart TV services: Catch up TV: BBC Iplayer, ITV Player, All 4, My5: Streaming: Netflix, Amazon Prime 4K, Netflix 4k: App Store: LG App store, Custom homepage, Full internet browser,Social Media: Youtube
  • Audio Power
  • Energy Efficiency Class: A
  • On-mode power consumption: 154W
  • Annual power consumption: 214 KWH
  • Colour: Silver
  • Connections: HDMI 2.0 x 4, USB 2.0 x 2, USB 3.0 x 1, Optical x 1
  • Dimensions: Unboxed: 833 x 1453 x 46.6 mm (H x W x D), Unboxed with stand: 873 x 1453 x 217 mm (H x W x D), Boxed: 950 x 1677 x 207 mm (H x W x D)
  • Weight: Unboxed: 22.8 kg, Unboxed with stand: 24.7 kg, Boxed: 32.7 kg

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I'm not not sure if you not getting heat, maybe because of the lack of info (So I've added some).

I can't find this cheaper anywhere else, but I'm limited on my searches from where I am at the moment.

If John Lewis or Richer Sounds would price match, then you will get a good TV at a decent price, with the extended guarantee.

I'll give you some heat though.
Edited by: "peter1969uk" 19th Jun
RLR have been bouncing around at these sorts of prices for a while with the B7 and C7, but while they offer only 1 year warranty you’ll never get a lot of heat
Yes but as this is
nick055 h, 19 m ago

RLR have been bouncing around at these sorts of prices for a while with …RLR have been bouncing around at these sorts of prices for a while with the B7 and C7, but while they offer only 1 year warranty you’ll never get a lot of heat


Most don't offer longer warranties except JL and RS. Though if they can price match, then you benefit of the cheaper price and the warranty.
peter1969uk37 m ago

Yes but as this is Most don't offer longer warranties except JL and RS. …Yes but as this is Most don't offer longer warranties except JL and RS. Though if they can price match, then you benefit of the cheaper price and the warranty.


I think most do these days actually. Certainly been my experience searching for TVs the last month or so. Times are changing
Great price this If you don’t take into consideration the 1 yr warranty.
However, personally I don’t think I’d ever buy an expensive tv these days without a good long warranty just in case. I’d be gutted if something went wrong with a £2k tv after a year or so and then it cost hundreds more to fix.
I’ll add heat though for this price
Great price but only 1 year warranty. i paid £2499 for mine with 6 years warranty from richer sounds
I bought the OLED55E7N from JL with 5yr warranty a month ago, not even opened it yet. Thinking about selling as tempted by a 65”. Also the more I read the better value the C models seem to be, I have a sound system so no need for the Atmos sound bar the E model offers.....
tempted by this offer but I’m also dubious about the 1yr warranty
Yep, cos I really want to spend 2K on a telly from a company with terrible Google reviews. Want more proof? Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the entrance to rlrdistribution

google.co.uk/map…656
Edited by: "Northerndave" 19th Jun
Its 2199
ghow00716 h, 54 m ago

Great price this If you don’t take into consideration the 1 yr w …Great price this If you don’t take into consideration the 1 yr warranty.However, personally I don’t think I’d ever buy an expensive tv these days without a good long warranty just in case. I’d be gutted if something went wrong with a £2k tv after a year or so and then it cost hundreds more to fix.I’ll add heat though for this price


It’s 4k not 2k lol
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