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Polaroid 65" UHD 4K Smart LED TV - £539 instore @ ASDA
Polaroid 65" UHD 4K Smart LED TV - £539 instore @ ASDA

Polaroid 65" UHD 4K Smart LED TV - £539 instore @ ASDA

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Asda have the 65 inch full HD and 4k UHD television on offer at £539. It was originally £599 before Christmas. Stock is available at selected stores now.

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While without doubt it's cheap for a 65 incher - I would recommend you spend more and buy a better make.

For a 65 inch screen, this is a good price. But i could never bring myself to spend that sort of money on a Polaroid TV. For shelling out over £500 i'd want some sort of confidence in it - after having a 32" Polaroid i have no confidence in them whatsoever.

exact same TV as the previous AO Techwood deal, and having purchased that particular TV i have to say im impressed, had it for a month or two and it performs just fine, note that there is no HDR though, not much of a compromise but worth a mention!

Shame a lot of shoppers now go for TV's based on size, seeing the words 4K and then price.

The amount of people on facebook who jump at second hand tv's because it's 50" is laughable.

Surely no Asda own brand TV could ever be worth £250, let alone £539?

But judging from sales of the 50" screens, they clearly have a market.

Many want a big screen on the wall!
Edited by: "Gollywood" 3rd Feb

I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable Techradar. They reviewed the 55 inch model but same as 65 inch apart from screen size.

http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/polaroid-p55d600-1301011/review

Having said that I could never bring myself to buy a Polaroid, Bush, Techwood, Hisense.

All I want is a 55 inch tv 4K with a very good picture on freeview hd channels !!!

johnnyd57uk

I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable … I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable Techradar. They reviewed the 55 inch model but same as 65 inch apart from screen size. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/polaroid-p55d600-1301011/reviewHaving said that I could never bring myself to buy a Polaroid, Bush, Techwood, Hisense.



Hisense are in a different league to the other ones you have mentioned.

I bought the old fokes a Polaroid 40" a few years back broke as soon as it was out of warranty ran out. the worst tv I ever bought in my life total rubish buyers beware of cheap **** brands with cheap **** components.

aliboy86

I bought the old fokes a Polaroid 40" a few years back broke as soon as … I bought the old fokes a Polaroid 40" a few years back broke as soon as it was out of warranty ran out. the worst tv I ever bought in my life total rubish buyers beware of cheap **** brands with cheap **** components.



​What're total rubish buyers?

Rhythmeister

​What're total rubish buyers?



​​​I bought the old fokes a Polaroid 40" a few years back broke as soon as it was out of warranty ran out. the worst tv I ever bought in my life total rubish. buyers beware of cheap **** brands with cheap **** components. needed a full stop smart ass.

Hot from me... looking for a tv in the £300 mark, but this is tempting

johnnyd57uk

I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable … I am surprised by the half decent review this got from the reputable Techradar. They reviewed the 55 inch model but same as 65 inch apart from screen size. http://www.techradar.com/reviews/audio-visual/televisions/polaroid-p55d600-1301011/reviewHaving said that I could never bring myself to buy a Polaroid, Bush, Techwood, Hisense.


Hisense are one of best TV makers out there in terms of quality and price.

Any reviews on this Tv. What is the model number.

shariifi

Any reviews on this Tv. What is the model number.



Try reading post no.5

All depends on the intended use and also the input quality - with streaming from all kinds of odd sources - kodi boxes - Roku - amazon fire - dodgy internet streams and fuzzy CAM TS downloads coupled with only occasional use this might be ok for some people. Ive had a 49" Polaroid TV for the past 6 years and its been fine, ok its NOT OLED or HDR or 4K however its reliably handled our content for that time. If you want the best buy an LG OLED however if you want a budget TV and are prepared to compromise then this has its place. I think its wrong to write it off because its not quite the quality of other brands you cannot forget its half the price of even the Hisense which is supposed to be a value option.
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