Unfortunately, this deal is no longer valid
Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - Refurbished £799.99 @ panasonic eBay
178° Expired

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55 Inch SMART 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV - Refurbished £799.99 @ panasonic eBay

£799.99£999.9920%eBay Deals
19
Posted 9th Oct

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

The OLED TV is a self-illuminating system that individually regulates 8 million pixels. It controls the intensity of the illumination based on the amount of electrical current. When there is no current, no light is emitted, enabling stunning expression of deep, rich blacks, as well as the ultimate contrast ratio.

THX was founded by legendary filmmaker George Lucas with the goal of improving the entertainment experience in the cinema and in the home. Only televisions that pass 400 independent THX lab tests within 30 testing categories receive the mark of THX 4K Display certification. Their rigorous performance standards and uncompromised picture quality ensure that you experience the filmmaker's vision exactly as it was intended.

anasonic TVs support multiple HDR formats, such as HDR10+*, HDR10 and Hybrid Log Gamma. In addition, in order to enhance your HDR experience, Panasonic also offers some original functions, such as Dynamic Scene Optimiser, which optimises HDR images according to the content, and Auto Brightness Enhancer, which adjusts video in response to the ambient lights in your viewing environment.
Community Updates

Groups

19 Comments
Fantastic
Is it any good
I bought this last time it was on offer. Absolutely amazing TV at this price. More than happy with my purchase. Only downside for me was lack of dolby atmos but there are ways to work around this, xbox x with kodi
,nvidia shield etc. Picture quality on this set is faultless (in my opinion anyway) 😁
Edited by: "ckystu" 9th Oct
One year warranty? Forget it
paul999909/10/2019 08:46

One year warranty? Forget it


This is the thing, if you really have only £800, is OLED + 1 year warranty > LCD + 5 year warranty? It's a close call.
OLED and Refurbished, two words that dont belong together, ever.
FYI... This is rated as the best all-round TV currently in Stuff magazine.

38633153-2s4mR.jpg
I wonder what the story is that led to them being refurbs?
OOS
marteee09/10/2019 10:33

OLED and Refurbished, two words that dont belong together, ever.


Nah. Most refurbished OLEDs from official outlets will have been fitted with a new panel anyway. Which is why you see refurbs of 6-series LGs, for example, advertised as not having the 3D functionality working - not because it's faulty, but because LG don't make 3D-capable panels any more, so refurbs get fitted with new panels that don't support it.
Aretak09/10/2019 12:33

Nah. Most refurbished OLEDs from official outlets will have been fitted …Nah. Most refurbished OLEDs from official outlets will have been fitted with a new panel anyway. Which is why you see refurbs of 6-series LGs, for example, advertised as not having the 3D functionality working - not because it's faulty, but because LG don't make 3D-capable panels any more, so refurbs get fitted with new panels that don't support it.


Cool. Not sure how this will help with my LG OLED that is faulty and LG aren't interested because they only gave 1 year warranty.
I paid 1300 for this and I love it, bar the terrible interface and apps.. stick an apple TV or fire stick and that sorts that issue. I do wish it had atmos and Dolby vision but again that's nitpicking
Horrorwood09/10/2019 13:27

Cool. Not sure how this will help with my LG OLED that is faulty and LG …Cool. Not sure how this will help with my LG OLED that is faulty and LG aren't interested because they only gave 1 year warranty.


You should tell them that an expensive quality product from a reputable company like this should reasonably be expected to last a lot longer than (it has) and that you are going to trading standards.
BigG926209/10/2019 14:57

You should tell them that an expensive quality product from a reputable …You should tell them that an expensive quality product from a reputable company like this should reasonably be expected to last a lot longer than (it has) and that you are going to trading standards.


I have done. I got nowhere. They wanted an experts report that it was faulty from the day I received it.

It's basically sue them or forget about it.
Horrorwood09/10/2019 16:34

I have done. I got nowhere. They wanted an experts report that it was …I have done. I got nowhere. They wanted an experts report that it was faulty from the day I received it.It's basically sue them or forget about it.


i think you are being conned on that one. Even if not a full refund, they should offer to fix or if not financially viable give you a percentage back. Depending on length of time you have had it and the cause of the fault I wouldnt be happy with that answer. I sell mobiles and we have offered refunds on products over their 12 month warranty if they fail and clearly arent damaged through misuse. Its amazing how a well worded email quoting the right consumer laws can change companies opinions - also naming and shaming on social media often works.
dazzler30309/10/2019 17:17

i think you are being conned on that one. Even if not a full refund, they …i think you are being conned on that one. Even if not a full refund, they should offer to fix or if not financially viable give you a percentage back. Depending on length of time you have had it and the cause of the fault I wouldnt be happy with that answer. I sell mobiles and we have offered refunds on products over their 12 month warranty if they fail and clearly arent damaged through misuse. Its amazing how a well worded email quoting the right consumer laws can change companies opinions - also naming and shaming on social media often works.


I've commented on enough OLED threads now I think lol. But if you'd like to see the issue then go to:

avforums.com/thr…88/

My posts are there, same username
Aretak09/10/2019 12:33

Nah. Most refurbished OLEDs from official outlets will have been fitted …Nah. Most refurbished OLEDs from official outlets will have been fitted with a new panel anyway. Which is why you see refurbs of 6-series LGs, for example, advertised as not having the 3D functionality working - not because it's faulty, but because LG don't make 3D-capable panels any more, so refurbs get fitted with new panels that don't support it.


Is that a guess or a based on known facts? the cost of a panel is usually not an item that is cost effective to replace and would be surprised if they were replacing OLED panels just to sell at a lower price.
spannerzone09/10/2019 18:42

Is that a guess or a based on known facts? the cost of a panel is usually …Is that a guess or a based on known facts? the cost of a panel is usually not an item that is cost effective to replace and would be surprised if they were replacing OLED panels just to sell at a lower price.


It's a known fact as far as LG go, which is why I gave the example that I did. I can't guarantee to you that these Panasonic refurbs have all had new panels (some of them may have had other faults or be open box returns), but swapping out the panel is common practice when it comes to OLEDs and a relatively simple procedure. It's one of the more common methods of repairing them, since so many OLED TV faults are caused by panel problems. Even working in somebody's home it can be done in about 15 minutes.


When it comes to economic viability, it still beats just scrapping the entire TV if it only has burn-in or some other panel fault. Which is why you see so many OLED refurbs being sold through official outlets on Ebay. I'm not saying you should definetly buy one, but it's not fair to say that refurbished OLEDs should be avoided entirely either.
Aretak10/10/2019 13:14

It's a known fact as far as LG go, which is why I gave the example that I …It's a known fact as far as LG go, which is why I gave the example that I did. I can't guarantee to you that these Panasonic refurbs have all had new panels (some of them may have had other faults or be open box returns), but swapping out the panel is common practice when it comes to OLEDs and a relatively simple procedure. It's one of the more common methods of repairing them, since so many OLED TV faults are caused by panel problems. Even working in somebody's home it can be done in about 15 minutes.[Video] When it comes to economic viability, it still beats just scrapping the entire TV if it only has burn-in or some other panel fault. Which is why you see so many OLED refurbs being sold through official outlets on Ebay. I'm not saying you should definetly buy one, but it's not fair to say that refurbished OLEDs should be avoided entirely either.


That's good info thanks.....
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text