Panasonic TX-55EZ952B 55” Oled £1.679.88 @ Costco instore
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Panasonic TX-55EZ952B 55” Oled £1.679.88 @ Costco instore

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Found 15th Oct
Was in Costco this morning and found this deal. Was actually looking for the LG Oleg but this caught my eye. Haven’t went for it as I’m holding on but hopefully someone finds it useful.

best deal I’ve seen was £1799 and John Lewis is £1999

Costco extend manufacturer’s warranties to 5 years on televisions.
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Great price. However, I am sure someone will come along with the customary "I'd wait until black Friday " pearl of wisdom.

Even though last black Friday was rubbish. I do wonder if the folks who rely on this fabled day so much just wait until the next if the deals they envisaged in their minds don't come to fruition.
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Original Poster

32256371-StBlg.jpgForgot to say this was in ABERDEEN and I’d assume it’s nationwide. Not sure why it’s showing photo side on????
Edited by: "Fitliketheday" 15th Oct

Just to add for ya Fitliketheday, you can return a TV within 90 days of purchase and they also extend manufacturer’s warranty to 5 years on televisions.

costco.co.uk/vie…icy
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 15th Oct

So that LG is only for Meerkats? Can't sell many.

Blasphemous1 h, 3 m ago

Just to add for ya Fitliketheday, you can return a TV within 90 days of …Just to add for ya Fitliketheday, you can return a TV within 90 days of purchase and they also extend manufacturer’s warranty to 5 years on televisions.http://www.costco.co.uk/view/content/returns_policy



And their customer service, from my own personal experience, is incredible.

powerbrick21 m ago

So that LG is only for Meerkats? Can't sell many.


Took me while.... ha ha.

Original Poster

powerbrick37 m ago

So that LG is only for Meerkats? Can't sell many.


I did notice that autocorrect error but I forgot to change it.

Great price. However, I am sure someone will come along with the customary "I'd wait until black Friday " pearl of wisdom.

Even though last black Friday was rubbish. I do wonder if the folks who rely on this fabled day so much just wait until the next if the deals they envisaged in their minds don't come to fruition.

SS412 h, 50 m ago

Great price. However, I am sure someone will come along with the …Great price. However, I am sure someone will come along with the customary "I'd wait until black Friday " pearl of wisdom. Even though last black Friday was rubbish. I do wonder if the folks who rely on this fabled day so much just wait until the next if the deals they envisaged in their minds don't come to fruition.

And the fact that companies raise their prices slowly before black Friday to drop them back to original price on 'fabled' day, and people smash the doors down on shops to get one!

No Dolby vision = no deal

ashmac9 h, 2 m ago

No Dolby vision = no deal



Why's that? I'm ignorant of the benefits of this - why do I need it?

Sponge1 h, 43 m ago

Why's that? I'm ignorant of the benefits of this - why do I need it?


Apple TV is using it and Netflix ,it’s a hdr format that I think may become standard over hdr 10

It makes the picture you watching basically look better

So, it may be a feature that may offer enhancements, improved performance, in the future, but not by much. Factor in this set is known for its colour performance out of the box, it's not much more than a box ticking exercise?
Edited by: "Sponge" 16th Oct

Dolby vision is much like HDR except it uses streamed metadata to give a better in theory HDR results, basically most UHD disks and streaming services will start using it so this TV even being very good is sadly not future proof. not sure it could be upgraded via firmware though

HDTVTest review here for anyone interested.

hdtvtest.co.uk/new…htm
Edited by: "BirchieBirch" 17th Oct

bodas7316 h, 1 m ago

Dolby vision is much like HDR except it uses streamed metadata to give a …Dolby vision is much like HDR except it uses streamed metadata to give a better in theory HDR results, basically most UHD disks and streaming services will start using it so this TV even being very good is sadly not future proof. not sure it could be upgraded via firmware though


Panasonic have stated they have no plans to upgrade their TV's to Dolby Vision. Seems a bit short sighted, but there you go.

bodas7316th Oct

Dolby vision is much like HDR except it uses streamed metadata to give a …Dolby vision is much like HDR except it uses streamed metadata to give a better in theory HDR results, basically most UHD disks and streaming services will start using it so this TV even being very good is sadly not future proof. not sure it could be upgraded via firmware though


DV is optional over and above HDR10. HDR10 isn’t going anywhere. And if HDR10+ (dynamic like DV) takes off, they have already said they’ll support it.

basically DV is nice but not imho a reason to pick between TVs.

They didn't have it in my local Costco. Probably a good job, as my wife would have killed me!

Choddo19th Oct

DV is optional over and above HDR10. HDR10 isn’t going anywhere. And if H …DV is optional over and above HDR10. HDR10 isn’t going anywhere. And if HDR10+ (dynamic like DV) takes off, they have already said they’ll support it.basically DV is nice but not imho a reason to pick between TVs.



mmmm but why not have a tv with the capabilities to do both if its an option at purchase
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