PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" ULTRA HD 4K HDR LED TV Refurbished by Panasonic - £399 @ Krish
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PANASONIC VIERA TX-50EX700B 50" ULTRA HD 4K HDR LED TV Refurbished by Panasonic - £399 @ Krish

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Found 28th Dec 2017
Manufacturer refurb & almost £200 cheaper than brand new. Stunning picture on this one if you check it out in Currys or RS.

General Information: 50" Ultra HD 4K HDR LED Television - TX-50EX700B

MANUFACTURERS REFURBISHED - MINT CONDITION + MANUFACTURERS WARRANTY

Product Series: EX700 - Product Line: Viera - Manufacturer Website Address: panasonic.co.uk

Interfaces-Ports

HDMI - Yes - 3, CI+ - Yes, VGA - No, USB - Yes

Energy Efficiency Class - A, Energy Consumption per Year - 114 kWh

Maximum Resolution - 3840 x 2160

Operating Power Consumption - 82 W

Features: Film Mode, Web Browser, Local Dimming, Media Player, Hotel Mode, Picture and Text (PAT), Screen Mirroring, Wall Mountable, Teletext, Game Mode, USB Recording, Progressive Scan

Streaming Service: Catch up TV, BBC iPlayer, ITV, Demand Five, Channel 4, Netflix

Aspect Ratio 16:9, Backlight Technology Edge LED

Internet Access Yes, Smart TV Yes

Interactive Features: Voice Guidance, PC Streaming: Yes, Electronic Program Guide: Yes
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Anyone ordered one of these refurbs? What are they like?
torybarsteward2 m ago

Anyone ordered one of these refurbs? What are they like?


Says mint condition on the website, am supposing it'll be mint, hopefully. Also, tried adding 50 to the basket & it let me, so they have at least 50+ in stock.
A quick ebay search shows £429 from Panasonic outlet. With £75 off that price today making it around £354.
Edited by: "bensbargains" 28th Dec 2017
I've found this to to be great. Bought new for £619 with 6yr guarantee. It has great smart functions and the picture within reason is fantastic. Have some heat.
The EX750 has a better screen...have a look on the Panasonic outlet site on ebay for them...
doctorblue5 m ago

The EX750 has a better screen...have a look on the Panasonic outlet site …The EX750 has a better screen...have a look on the Panasonic outlet site on ebay for them...


The 700 gets better reviews (4 stars) on tech radar to the 750 (3.5 stars). Might wanna check up on that before you bite the bullet?
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 28th Dec 2017
bensbargains18 m ago

A quick ebay search shows £429 from Panasonic outlet. With 20% off that …A quick ebay search shows £429 from Panasonic outlet. With 20% off that price today making it around £343.



How do you get the 20% off?
no_Sunshine7 m ago

The 700 gets better reviews (4 stars) on tech radar to the 750 (3.5 …The 700 gets better reviews (4 stars) on tech radar to the 750 (3.5 stars). Might wanna check up on that before you bite the bullet?


Imo despite tech radar reviews the ex750 is the better TV. It upscales better. Colours look better. Etc.
But this deal is for the ex700 and the ex750 will be more expensive. Depends what you can afford
Does the EX700 series come with a Freesat HD tuner?
Smadmad3 m ago

Imo despite tech radar reviews the ex750 is the better TV. It upscales …Imo despite tech radar reviews the ex750 is the better TV. It upscales better. Colours look better. Etc.But this deal is for the ex700 and the ex750 will be more expensive. Depends what you can afford


Didn't read the entire review, just the headline and the star rating. This had a slightly better star rating of 4 than on the 750's 3 stars....
Apologies it's £75 max discount making the price £354 between 12-6pm today using the code on the ebay thread.
no_Sunshine3 m ago

Didn't read the entire review, just the headline and the star rating. This …Didn't read the entire review, just the headline and the star rating. This had a slightly better star rating of 4 than on the 750's 3 stars....


I don't take to much notice to review tbh. My brother brought a ex750 a few months ago it was set up next to a ex700. The ex750 just did everything a little better. As I said it depends on what you can afford. On the eBay store the 65" ex700 is roughly the same price as the 58 ex750
nicks998 m ago

Does the EX700 series come with a Freesat HD tuner?


No FreeSat tuner I am afraid & a deal breaker for myself too
I have a Veria about this age, one thing people might want to concider is as for SMART it's only as smart as it's last software upgrade and mine stoped upgrading a few years ago now. So in the browser no apps for or old NOWTV etc etc
no_Sunshine8 m ago

No FreeSat tuner I am afraid & a deal breaker for myself too


Shame, saw it next to the LG 43UJ750V and the Samsung UE40MU6400 in store at John Lewis and the picture quality was noticeably better. Good looking TV and a bargain if the ebay code works on the Panasonic refurbished models.
Assuming this could be had for £354 would I be disappointed changing my 50" plasma viera for this?

Only use freeview and streaming sites currently, no sky or virgin in our house.
no_Sunshine27 m ago

No FreeSat tuner I am afraid & a deal breaker for myself too


Me too! Too many TVs coming without Freesat.
doctorblue51 m ago

The EX750 has a better screen...have a look on the Panasonic outlet site …The EX750 has a better screen...have a look on the Panasonic outlet site on ebay for them...


Showing as £999 for me, is that right? (Obviously without the discount code). Is it that much better that it's over twice the price? Just curious.
The other EX750 showing is 2799.
Detailed review here (best I could find):


flatpanelshd.com/rev…442


Sounds like it's good for 4k watching with decent blacks and colour (Mid range). Just don't expect decent/great HDR as only around 350 - 400 Nits of brightness.
I still bought it as it's a good mid range TV for £354. Should get 5% quidco too... happy days! Thanks for the post no_Sunshine
Still looks high price to me for second-hand and only 12m warranty. And condition is guesswork. Anyone have experience with Panasonic outlet and returns etc
Sorry if it's a draft question, but what is the code please ?
^^ apologies, the code is the 20% off code for an eBay purchase
daludlam48 m ago

Still looks high price to me for second-hand and only 12m warranty. And …Still looks high price to me for second-hand and only 12m warranty. And condition is guesswork. Anyone have experience with Panasonic outlet and returns etc


I'm hoping Panasonic refurbs are as good a s Sony's as they are usually the same as brand new condition. I just sent back a 50" Hitachi at around the same price to Argos... This should be a significant trade up on that TV.
Going to wait for OLED tech to settle until a major upgrade.
Mabbs6 m ago

Sorry if it's a draft question, but what is the code please ?


  • 20% discount on all items 12 to 6pm 28/12/17
  • £20 minimum spend
  • £75 max discount
  • Code: PNY2018
djnield57 m ago

Assuming this could be had for £354 would I be disappointed changing my …Assuming this could be had for £354 would I be disappointed changing my 50" plasma viera for this?Only use freeview and streaming sites currently, no sky or virgin in our house.


One thing is certain, you'll see a noticeable decline in your electricity use.
Edited by: "no_Sunshine" 28th Dec 2017
daludlam418 m ago

Still looks high price to me for second-hand and only 12m warranty. And …Still looks high price to me for second-hand and only 12m warranty. And condition is guesswork. Anyone have experience with Panasonic outlet and returns etc


I bought a Panasonic 40” DX700 from their eBay store about 6 months ago. The picture quality is superb especially on Netflix and Amazon Prime. Unfortunately there are 6 pixels out to the left of the screen. Contacted CS just before Crimbo and they couldn’t have been more helpful, just waiting for the courier to arrive in the next hour and should be back in next 5-6 working days.

Would I buy another? Damn right... just bought another (50” EX700) with the 20% eBay code.

Would definitely recommend.

Lordscrumptious
LordScrumptious9 m ago

I bought a Panasonic 40” DX700 from their eBay store about 6 months ago. T …I bought a Panasonic 40” DX700 from their eBay store about 6 months ago. The picture quality is superb especially on Netflix and Amazon Prime. Unfortunately there are 6 pixels out to the left of the screen. Contacted CS just before Crimbo and they couldn’t have been more helpful, just waiting for the courier to arrive in the next hour and should be back in next 5-6 working days.Would I buy another? Damn right... just bought another (50” EX700) with the 20% eBay code.Would definitely recommend. Lordscrumptious


Can you please confirm this model doesn't have Free Sat built in? Free sat is a deal breaker for some of us...
omg I took too long at checkout, now sold out.

So bummed :-(
no_Sunshine35 m ago

Can you please confirm this model doesn't have Free Sat built in? Free sat …Can you please confirm this model doesn't have Free Sat built in? Free sat is a deal breaker for some of us...


Hello no_sunshine,

It’s freeview only no freesat (the 750 models and above have freeview and freesat built in).

Hope this helps.

Lordscrumptious
LordScrumptious6 m ago

Hello no_sunshine, It’s freeview only no freesat (the 750 models and above …Hello no_sunshine, It’s freeview only no freesat (the 750 models and above have freeview and freesat built in). Hope this helps.Lordscrumptious


Thanks mate!
Is this TV better than the Samsungs on here this afternoon?
Jonnyblock25 m ago

Is this TV better than the Samsungs on here this afternoon?


It is, if not at least very similar, but it doesn't have FreeSat HD.
no_Sunshine11 m ago

It is, if not at least very similar, but it doesn't have FreeSat HD.


Thing is I got a Samsung for about £330 so probably not worth cancelling for this...
Jonnyblock1 m ago

Thing is I got a Samsung for about £330 so probably not worth cancelling …Thing is I got a Samsung for about £330 so probably not worth cancelling for this...


Yes, indeed. Keep this one. They're all the same in the end with either a Samsung panel/screen or a LG one. LG's even supply panels for some of the Samsungs....
Damn! I would have bought this had I seen it
se236 h, 36 m ago

Damn! I would have bought this had I seen it


This one is still in stock. Click the link and get it from Krish...
The refurbished TVs are mostly ok, however you could become a tester for a broken TV. Then you would need to prove it's not working or face paying postage to return. The refurbishment process is outsourced to service care they are out to make a profit over service.
Edited by: "magroune" 29th Dec 2017
A Panasonic TV thread on HUKD and nobody has asked if it's a Vestel yet?
raijan2 h, 9 m ago

A Panasonic TV thread on HUKD and nobody has asked if it's a Vestel yet?


It isn't btw...
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