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Manufacturer Refurbished Hisense H65AE6100UK 65 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play £419.99 Delivered @ Electrical - Deals
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Manufacturer Refurbished Hisense H65AE6100UK 65 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV Freeview Play £419.99 Delivered @ Electrical - Deals

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Posted 9th Feb

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  • HDR 10 (High Dynamic Range) and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)
  • SMART TV with quad core processor
  • 4K Ultra HD resolution
  • Freeview Play

Settle in for an epic movie marathon or binge your favourite boxsets in stunning detail with this 65 inch Hisense LED TV. Lose yourself in the action thanks to cutting edge 4K Ultra HD upscaling that bring the small screen to life with jaw-dropping visuals. HDR technology improves the image quality even further with true-to-life colours and contrast for an unrivalled sense of realism and depth. Youll be spoilt for choice with the smart TV features, including access to all your favourite apps and on demand services or opt for 1 of the 70 Freeview HD live channels. And if that still isnt enough, there are also 3 HDMI and 2 USB ports, so youll have plenty of options for consoles and other external media devices.

Manufacturer Refurbished - Includes Stand, Remote control, User manual and Power lead. Non-essential accessories (cables, adapters etc.) may NOT be supplied.
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HUKDPAB109/02/2020 09:42

Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in t …Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in the reliability and quality of their TV’s? Getting mixed reviews on nearly every hisense post here. I want someone who actually owns/owned one, not brand snobs or people just looking to moan.


I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 and I’m absolutely delighted with it. I have a 55 curve Samsung UHD that I spent thousands on and it’s just as good. I play all my content on WiFi and have no aerial. This next picture is playing YouTube,
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See for yourself!
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Nice one... isn’t it too early for you @mrswitch
pentaya09/02/2020 07:09

Nice one... isn’t it too early for you @mrswitch


Never too early for a deal my friend
Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be 50% off not £50 off..
pablomalin09/02/2020 07:33

Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be …Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be 50% off not £50 off..


I could only see it new currently at £549, so thought it represented a nice £140 saving. But hey ho, it is what it is.
Edited by: "MrSwitch" 9th Feb
pablomalin09/02/2020 07:33

Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be …Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be 50% off not £50 off..


Good point, if it's available at £470 ish give or take a quid.
Any links ?
proevo2109/02/2020 08:11

Good point, if it's available at £470 ish give or take a quid. Any links ?


No links because there are 2 newer models on the market, 7100 and 7500. The 7100 is 498 new from JL and richer with 5+ years warranty but of course the choice is yours
pablomalin09/02/2020 08:31

No links because there are 2 newer models on the market, 7100 and 7500. …No links because there are 2 newer models on the market, 7100 and 7500. The 7100 is 498 new from JL and richer with 5+ years warranty but of course the choice is yours


Thank you for getting back
Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in the reliability and quality of their TV’s? Getting mixed reviews on nearly every hisense post here. I want someone who actually owns/owned one, not brand snobs or people just looking to moan.
HUKDPAB109/02/2020 09:42

Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in t …Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in the reliability and quality of their TV’s? Getting mixed reviews on nearly every hisense post here. I want someone who actually owns/owned one, not brand snobs or people just looking to moan.


I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 and I’m absolutely delighted with it. I have a 55 curve Samsung UHD that I spent thousands on and it’s just as good. I play all my content on WiFi and have no aerial. This next picture is playing YouTube,
39868127-11M6D.jpg
See for yourself!
Jayporsche009/02/2020 09:53

I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 …I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 and I’m absolutely delighted with it. I have a 55 curve Samsung UHD that I spent thousands on and it’s just as good. I play all my content on WiFi and have no aerial. This next picture is playing YouTube, [Image] See for yourself!


Ps I am a brand snob normally!
pablomalin09/02/2020 07:33

Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be …Expensive for a used refurbished 2018 model with years warranty. Should be 50% off not £50 off..


Personally I’d avoid this and save up and buy a new one with a longer guarantee. Good telly for the money though.
HUKDPAB109/02/2020 09:42

Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in t …Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in the reliability and quality of their TV’s? Getting mixed reviews on nearly every hisense post here. I want someone who actually owns/owned one, not brand snobs or people just looking to moan.



I think the newer models have improved, I bought 49inch model 2 years ago and it has issues with blacks being hazy with magentas and green mixed in , we bought a 43 inch version 6 months ago both 4k and it doesn't show any off the same issues with blacks displaying the same feed. though. I may have had a dud.
I talking about HD channels not rubbish sd ones as they will look bad.
Edited by: "Drekly" 9th Feb
We've had a 55" Hisense for around 2 years now. Just can't fault it at all. Had Sony & LG before & it compares very well with these. Bought off ebay direct from manufacturer at a steal of a price then for a 55". I'd not hesitate on buying another Hisense.
Jayporsche009/02/2020 09:53

I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 …I have the 65 7100 purchased from Costco with 5 year guarantee for £420 and I’m absolutely delighted with it. I have a 55 curve Samsung UHD that I spent thousands on and it’s just as good. I play all my content on WiFi and have no aerial. This next picture is playing YouTube, [Image] See for yourself!


Cheers mate. I have a 46” Samsung i bought 6 years ago. I need something with HD freeview as I mainly use Netflix and now tv. Plus i play my PS4 on it. So I don’t need one for Top end sky packages for example.
Drekly09/02/2020 11:07

I think the newer models have improved, I bought 49inch model 2 years ago …I think the newer models have improved, I bought 49inch model 2 years ago and it has issues with blacks being hazy with magentas and green mixed in , we bought a 43 inch version 6 months ago both 4k and it doesn't show any off the same issues with blacks displaying the same feed. though. I may have had a dud.I talking about HD channels not rubbish sd ones as they will look bad.


I use Netflix and nowtv plus my PS4, so would hisense be okay? I don’t use any of the top tech like sky 456789977K super duper HD
HUKDPAB109/02/2020 09:42

Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in t …Can someone who has actually owned hisense TV’s give a honest opinion in the reliability and quality of their TV’s? Getting mixed reviews on nearly every hisense post here. I want someone who actually owns/owned one, not brand snobs or people just looking to moan.


I have just bought the U7B 55inch , it was a replacement for a Hisense K321 that went faulty after 4 years - I bought it from Richer Sounds and it came with a 6 year guarantee so when it went wrong and they condemned it I was offered money towards a new purchase / replacement , happy they didn’t just swap it. I was offered £399 which I don’t think was bad considering it cost me £499 4 years previously - Hisense make great budget TVs and are good value compared to larger names at the same end of the market. I would however make sure you have a decent warranty - more than 1/2 years.
darknoiz09/02/2020 14:19

I have just bought the U7B 55inch , it was a replacement for a Hisense …I have just bought the U7B 55inch , it was a replacement for a Hisense K321 that went faulty after 4 years - I bought it from Richer Sounds and it came with a 6 year guarantee so when it went wrong and they condemned it I was offered money towards a new purchase / replacement , happy they didn’t just swap it. I was offered £399 which I don’t think was bad considering it cost me £499 4 years previously - Hisense make great budget TVs and are good value compared to larger names at the same end of the market. I would however make sure you have a decent warranty - more than 1/2 years.


Thanks for the heads up. I might look at the 50 or 55 inch with good warranty. My Samsung one is 6-7 years old and still clear as anything. Unfortunately a lot of freeview and tech in general is all HD or UHD. So I’m looking to step up to a better quality of picture.
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