LG Super UHD 55SJ850V- 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV £749 delivered @ Co-op Electricals using code PCT50
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LG Super UHD 55SJ850V- 55inch 4K UltraHD HDR Smart LED TV £749 delivered @ Co-op Electricals using code PCT50

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Found 28th Dec 2017Edited by:"sotv"
Decent TV at a decent price

This model has been posted a few times now, Currently cheapest online price for it Just search LG 55SJ850V for previous threads.
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Just ordered mine from JL for £799. Presume they will price match coop?
Beats my deal
Here come the experts...
Ian_Whitey7 m ago

Just ordered mine from JL for £799. Presume they will price match coop?


Unfortunately not, as the code is not published on Coop's website and is therefore not available to the public 'at large' according to JL, despite it being easily available to anyone who can use Google/Bing etc.
LOL_is_stupid4 m ago

Beats my deal Here come the experts...


Or so called experts, who have read a review on which 🙈
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If you are ready to pull the plug on this today could be had on Ebay a little cheaper @ Coop electrical Ebay store for £724 and £746 @ Crompton & Moore storefront

Details from Ebay discount thread on here (still to be confirmed yet, nothing official on Ebay website)

  • 20% discount on all items 12 to 6pm 28/12/17
  • £20 minimum spend
  • £75 max discount
  • Code: PNY2018
This or the Samsung UE55MU7000?
‘Super’, ‘Ultra’ and ‘Smart’ all in the product name. Must be a good TV.
rtings.com/tv/…500

Seems ok, looks to be a good mid range TV
MrQosmio39 m ago

This or the Samsung UE55MU7000?


Both seem very similar both have 10bit panel
kristoff36 m ago

‘Super’, ‘Ultra’ and ‘Smart’ all in the product name. Must be a good TV.


Yeah, but you can tell it's not premium because there is no 'Uber duber' in the title...
5 year warranty at John Lewis versus 1 year at co-op for £50. Both good deals for this TV.
MrQosmio1 h, 0 m ago

This or the Samsung UE55MU7000?


Standard.

The quote I mean, not the tv.
*Sloman*22 m ago

Both seem very similar both have 10bit panel


Both are 8 bit?
I ordered the other day at £819 but because it's getting delivered later today they refunded the £70 difference so worth a phone call if not received yet
Other than the size, how does this compare to the 50" Hisense posted earlier? This is more than double the price
hadouken88840 m ago

Other than the size, how does this compare to the 50" Hisense posted …Other than the size, how does this compare to the 50" Hisense posted earlier? This is more than double the price


There seems to be a significant difference: displayspecifications.com/en/…c21

The LG, though it pains me to say it, looks good.

- It's one of their few full 4k panels.
- Has 600 cd/m2 of brightness should reproduce HDR effectively
- Colour gamut (at 71% of Rec.2020) is good for a TV at this price point
- has local dimming, which should go some way to combatting the limitation of its IPS panel - poor black levels
- good refresh (120Hz) and input lag (15ms)

The Hisense looks pretty poor:

- only has 200 cd/m2 so might struggle with sdr let alone hdr!
- poor colour gamut (only 54% of rec.2020) makes me think it's not really 8bit+FRC
- 60Hz refresh is fine, but a 50ms input lag will be poor for the gamers
hadouken88841 m ago

Other than the size, how does this compare to the 50" Hisense posted …Other than the size, how does this compare to the 50" Hisense posted earlier? This is more than double the price


It must be twice as good then.
chic-chipcookie1 h, 26 m ago

5 year warranty at John Lewis versus 1 year at co-op for £50. Both good …5 year warranty at John Lewis versus 1 year at co-op for £50. Both good deals for this TV.


I’m all up for a bit of warranty action but everyone raves about JL’s 5yr thing without mentioning if they’ve ever tried to claim against it.
I tried for a faulty tumble tumble dryer and they were f*cking garbage and so rude. Had to Small Claims them in the end.
no_Sunshine1 h, 24 m ago

Both are 8 bit?


Mu7000 is 10bit and according to Rtings so is this
*Sloman*7 m ago

Mu7000 is 10bit and according to Rtings so is this


Mu7000 55" is 10 bit, but the smaller versions are 8 bit + I believe.
MrQosmio2 h, 40 m ago

This or the Samsung UE55MU7000?



I'm leaning towards the Sammy although might look for a sony deal as been very impressed by my KDL55W905 over the last 3/4 years. Still going strong so might hold out all together mmmmmmm.......decisions
sotv2 h, 55 m ago

If you are ready to pull the plug on this today could be had on Ebay a …If you are ready to pull the plug on this today could be had on Ebay a little cheaper @ Coop electrical Ebay store for £724 and £746 @ Crompton & Moore storefront Details from Ebay discount thread on here (still to be confirmed yet, nothing official on Ebay website)20% discount on all items 12 to 6pm 28/12/17£20 minimum spend£75 max discountCode: PNY2018


Now confirmed
LOL_is_stupid2 h, 7 m ago

I’m all up for a bit of warranty action but everyone raves about JL’s 5yr t …I’m all up for a bit of warranty action but everyone raves about JL’s 5yr thing without mentioning if they’ve ever tried to claim against it. I tried for a faulty tumble tumble dryer and they were f*cking garbage and so rude. Had to Small Claims them in the end.


JL refunded my 3 year old TV after it couldn't be repaired. Can't fault their service at all. It was handled well.
PCT50 has now expired, can still use VCP30 for £769. Appear to have been totally wrong about this, but it didn't work for me yesterday evening and this thread: hotukdeals.com/vou…077 led me to believe it had expired.


However, Coop have now upped the price to £899, so the best you can get from them is £849 with the code now.
Edited by: "grumpyyoungishman" 29th Dec 2017
Been looking at 60” TV’s all morning but for the price this seems a really good deal. Can anyone advise if they’ve used it much with an Xbox one / PS4 the old Hitachi is giving up I have.
Don’t know if to wait for January sales. Looking sub 1K if possible
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