Panasonic Viera TX-50DX802B Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 5 year guarantee £729 @ Currys with code
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Panasonic Viera TX-50DX802B Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 5 year guarantee £729 @ Currys with code

£729£749.993%Currys PC World Deals
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Found 2nd Jan
Use code TV70 (credit Fifster03) to take the price from £799 to £729. Seems to equal the lowest it's been (apart from 17/12 when it was £699 for a day according to pricespy).

Expert Reviews loved this TV: expertreviews.co.uk/pan…-tv when reviewed at £1,049. Now becoming affordable as it gets on for 18 months+ old.
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Thanks for posting and good deal....same set but refurbished can sometimes be found on Panasonic's eBay site for 699quid. So for 30quid more and a 5yr guarantee you get a new decent 4k tv....not bad. I believe the 3d is active, so additional glasses will cost you.....
I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still works.

However it's one of the few purchases I made that I regretted pretty quickly. The picture quality isn't that great. Dark scenes are almost indecipherable & the screen reflects badly. The 'smart' functions were nigh on useless and aged very badly. The Panasonic app store was very poor and nothing updated. I ended up going to a Fire box for stuff like stuff like TVCatchup.

At the the time I was under the impression that Panasonic stuff was something special and paid over the odds for for the TV. I no longer think that. If I had my time again, I would have gone for a no-brand plain vanilla TV for half the price and upgraded to 4k more quickly.
Joe90_guy11 m ago

I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still …I bought a Panasonic Viera TV five years ago from Richer Sounds. It still works. However it's one of the few purchases I made that I regretted pretty quickly. The picture quality isn't that great. Dark scenes are almost indecipherable & the screen reflects badly. The 'smart' functions were nigh on useless and aged very badly. The Panasonic app store was very poor and nothing updated. I ended up going to a Fire box for stuff like stuff like TVCatchup. At the the time I was under the impression that Panasonic stuff was something special and paid over the odds for for the TV. I no longer think that. If I had my time again, I would have gone for a no-brand plain vanilla TV for half the price and upgraded to 4k more quickly.


Not sure what this comment has to do with this particular model. All TV manufacturers make TV's of varying quality.

Smart TV's have come a little way in 5 years but none are particularly great (in my mind) at this point in time.
Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a while and not found one before.
rporteo23 m ago

Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a …Is this definitely 3D? I’ve been on the casual look out for 4K and 3D for a while and not found one before.



Yes it is definitely 3D. This particular model is from 2016. Another model was released this year (2017) with 3D too but costs a little more than this one currently. currys.co.uk/gbu…tml


The voucher works on that model. Probably best to pay the £50 extra too as it has newer tech inside it.
Edited by: "Biddy2" 2nd Jan
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