Panasonic TX-55EZ952B 55" 4K UHD HDR OLED TV Refurbished inc. 1 yr Warranty - £1299.99 delivered @ Panasonic eBay Outlet (Official)
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Panasonic TX-55EZ952B 55" 4K UHD HDR OLED TV Refurbished inc. 1 yr Warranty - £1299.99 delivered @ Panasonic eBay Outlet (Official)

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Found 9th Mar
A manufacturer-refurbished Panasonic TX-55EZ952B 55" 4K UHD HDR OLED TV for £1299 delivered.

It's sold by the Official Panasonic eBay Outlet

It includes a 1 yr Warranty (Return to Base) and a 14 day cooling-off period.

Supports HDR and HLG but does not support Dolby Vision.

Reviews:

Richer Sounds also offers this TV refurbished for £1,699 so a significant saving.
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I had a couple demos of the LG, Sony and Panasonic OLEDs yesterday and the Panasonic seemed the best to me when viewing the same content.

The only sticking point I can see is the lack of Dolby Vision but, since the content is a little thin on the ground at the mo, I'm not bothered.

I bought one of these refurbished sets and I'll update this thread once it has arrived.
Edited by: "halfacandan" 9th Mar
Seems like an outstanding deal for a very good telly. I agree that the panasonic seems to be the best of the three when viewing side by side.

Would I feel good tho about forking out over a grand for something with just one years warranty? Probably not but maybe existing contents insurance would cover the purchase.

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Edited by: "gallacherp" 9th Mar
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gallacherp5 m ago

Seems like an outstanding deal for a very good telly. I agree that the …Seems like an outstanding deal for a very good telly. I agree that the panasonic seems to be the best of the three when viewing side by side.Would I feel good tho about forking out over a grand for something with just one years warranty? Probably not but maybe existing contents insurance would cover the purchase.Heat added



I guess it's down to personal preference: I've had a 2nd-hand Panasonic plasma for over a decade without any problems so it doesn't put me off. The best price that I've seen (of late) for a new TX-55EZ952B set with a 5 year warranty is £1,799 so I'm happy to knock 4 years off the warranty for a third off the price tag
Decent price and if I could afford it I think I'd jump.
But I can't bring myself to purchase due to the negative reviews about the HDR performance.
Also given the LG has been around this price before hand stops me.
Heat though!
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vig1lante8 m ago

Decent price and if I could afford it I think I'd jump.But I can't bring …Decent price and if I could afford it I think I'd jump.But I can't bring myself to purchase due to the negative reviews about the HDR performance.Also given the LG has been around this price before hand stops me.Heat though!



It's an interesting point about the reviews. Half of them seem to say that the HDR picture is excellent and half seem to flag it as an issue. What swung it for me is that the reviews for Panasonic's flagship TX-65EZ1002B seem to be more favorable and it's essentially the same screen and processing with a fancy black filter added on top. I wonder whether it's just a case of iterative firmware updates improving on the issues flagged in early reviews?
Edited by: "halfacandan" 9th Mar
Seems like quite a gamble to pay upwards of a 1000 for a telly with just 1 year warranty.
Wow that's a good reduction I'm just worried about the warrenty
Only 2 left
Was gonna go for the 55 xe900
This is a great deal even though it's a refurb. I like Panasonic TV's - my ST50 Plasma is still going strong after 6 years - They play anything you throw at it codec wise too; something I've found Samsung & LG struggle with, or did at least, I've not checked in a while. Maybe someone can update me on that?

Panasonic's black filter tech is also miles ahead of anyone else's and has been since they acquired the tech from Pioneer. A lack of Dolby Vision could trip them up the future though. AFAIK they have no intention of adding it to their OLED sets going forward, or via firmware updates.
Cheapest I have seen is an open box clearance John Lewis for £1399 which I think is probably slightly better deal but that was 1 tv in 1 shop so heat added best value at the moment if you want an oled
Thought I would make this my first post as I bought this just under a month ago. An absolutely stunning tv at an extraordinary price, I was a bit annoyed to have a stuck pixel appear after a couple of weeks. What really impressed me was the response from Panasonic outlet - no questions asked refund and collection of tv ore repair. There's no way I wanted my money back as it's such a wonderful tv, but then I got a call a couple of days ago saying that they would just come and replace it without any fuss. To be honest, even with the dead pixel on the screen initially getting under my skin like the Tell-Tale Heart, I soon ignored it and just lost myself in that picture!
gallacherp4 h, 57 m ago

Seems like an outstanding deal for a very good telly. I agree that the …Seems like an outstanding deal for a very good telly. I agree that the panasonic seems to be the best of the three when viewing side by side.Would I feel good tho about forking out over a grand for something with just one years warranty? Probably not but maybe existing contents insurance would cover the purchase.Heat added


Well it’s broke once in one year already haha as it refurbished
Looks like a decent deal to me. I keep thinking about replacing my GT50 plasma, but until 4k content is more readily available I'm reluctant to dive in.
Scorpion7 m ago

Looks like a decent deal to me. I keep thinking about replacing my GT50 …Looks like a decent deal to me. I keep thinking about replacing my GT50 plasma, but until 4k content is more readily available I'm reluctant to dive in.


Lot's of Panny Plasma people in the same boat. Myself included.
Only one left. Who's going to pull the trigger?
I just took the plunge on the 65 inch model for 2k...
I got the other 65", HDR10+ support is being added to the ez952 which is good
OOS
halfacandan8 h, 29 m ago

It's an interesting point about the reviews. Half of them seem to say that …It's an interesting point about the reviews. Half of them seem to say that the HDR picture is excellent and half seem to flag it as an issue. What swung it for me is that the reviews for Panasonic's flagship TX-65EZ1002B seem to be more favorable and it's essentially the same screen and processing with a fancy black filter added on top. I wonder whether it's just a case of iterative firmware updates improving on the issues flagged in early reviews?


Whilst firmware may improve things, I don't think I'd buy something hoping updates would fix it.
They come up pretty frequently, certainly each of the last three weeks. Also eBay 5% topcashback to max of £50. Issues year 2 onward a risk but <shrug> you pays your money and take your chance!
I'm a Panasonic Plasma owner too (P50G10 8 years old) I'm checking the outlet in the hope of a cheap DX902, they come up every now and again for £629 - is it a bad idea?
HPMan1 h, 18 m ago

I'm a Panasonic Plasma owner too (P50G10 8 years old) I'm checking the …I'm a Panasonic Plasma owner too (P50G10 8 years old) I'm checking the outlet in the hope of a cheap DX902, they come up every now and again for £629 - is it a bad idea?


I wouldn't move from a plasma to LCD, move to a OLED.
Anybody happy to comment of how their purchase of this TV went please...

Are you happy with it?
How as delivery, which courier service was used?

All feedback appreciated - thanks
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