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SAMSUNG UE55MU9000 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Curved LED TV £819 @ Reliant Direct
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Code SAVE130 for £130 off with 5 years warranty. I guess JL will price match ;)
Bovrilontoast6th Feb

Not sure where your other half is from but mine is Northern, you don't …Not sure where your other half is from but mine is Northern, you don't argue ha ha! :-)


Please disregard my previous comment, you will do as your other half says, we never argue with northerners 🤐
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Anyone bought a tv and connected to non samsung soundbar?
TV is coming tomorrow, managed to get the price match at £819. Also got them to price match the ms6500 curved sound bar at £380 (which they sell for £600). After the £200 cashback soundboard should only cost me £180. Very happy
I got JL price match yesterday at £819 5years warranty.
szocher22 h, 32 m ago

They rejected mine saying "they cant find the save150 code" someone should …They rejected mine saying "they cant find the save150 code" someone should hit specsavers lol by the way price increased to £844 with code. I am glad they did respond to me today. Saved me extra £25


On you email there should be a link to contact
customer service . Can remember what my there called . But I got the same on my ks9000 .. I emailed screenshots and it got overturned so worth a try
Samsung M4000 32" HD TV - Only £195 with free delivery @ Reliant Direct
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Seems a very good deal for somebody who is on a tight budget! Enjoy crisp and clear picture quality with this 32" High Def TV from Samsung. Uncover hidden details and see colours … Read more
Damn I’m really after a decent 32” TV not bothered about 4K, any suggestions? (Around this price)
Old tech, let's move on!
Samsung 65 inch HDR TV UE65MU8000 5 Year Warranty £1279 @ Reliant Direct
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For a limited time only - Save £100 by entering Promo Code SAVE100 65” MU8000 8 Series Flat,UHD 4K TVWitness a brighter, bolder world and discover exceptional Certified Ultra HD wi… Read more
mollyt2 h, 43 m ago

John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we …John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we can't match this retailer as it's an online-only business’.



They price matched for me as with others on here.
Go back to them
Edited by: "poisondwarf" 31st Jan
mollyt25 m ago

John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we …John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we can't match this retailer as it's an online-only business’.


That shouldn't be the case. I just got it price matched today from JL at £1279. Reliant direct have a store in Blackpool as well so I'd go back to them with that.
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mollyt23 m ago

John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we …John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we can't match this retailer as it's an online-only business’.


They definitely do match and reliant is not an online only store. This happened to me as well when I typed in reliantdirect as one word but as two separate words they accepted in on the online form.
Hopefully Q7/8/9 should get down to this price in the next few months, then I'll bite.
mollyt4 m ago

John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we …John Lewis won’t price match this retailer for me just says ... ‘Sorry - we can't match this retailer as it's an online-only business’.



Richer sounds should. Give them a go?
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Samsung UE65MU6120 - 65" 6 Series Flat UHD 4K LED TV with Free Delivery @ Reliant Direct £829
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Thought this was a good price so posted it. Enjoy a beautifully vibrant and immersive Certified Ultra HD experience with our MU6100 UHD HDR TV. UHD Dimming technology guarantees y… Read more
nicp0133 m ago

Thank you, a list I can use to search


The MU7000/8000 are a lot less capable than the XE90. The XE90 is comparable to the Q7 in the Samsung range, if not a little better. The XE90 has been the standard by which others are measured this year, particularly in 65".

Sony have dominated the upper mid-range and high end this year, particularly with the excellently reviewed Philips PUS8102 not being picked up by a UK retailer and the Hisense NU9700 having colour issues, although to be fair both of them are more competition for the XE93 than the XE90.

loofer2 h, 14 m ago

Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).How …Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).How does Direct LED compare with Edge LED?


There's a big overlap so it's not really a meaningful comparison. It's more down to the quality of the diffuser/dimming system than where the backlight LEDs are placed. Both the top and the bottom of the range TVs tend to direct lit, although for different reasons. Edge lit is popular in the mid-range because it's easier to make a thin TV.
dazrasx22nd Jan

Samsung ue65mu7000 £1299 ...Samsung ue65mu8000 £1499 Sony kd65xe9005 £1549


Thank you, a list I can use to search
arczi1950 m ago

What would you recommend for 1.5x-2x price, 65 inch and relatively good …What would you recommend for 1.5x-2x price, 65 inch and relatively good HDR?


Samsung ue65mu7000 £1299 ...Samsung ue65mu8000 £1499 Sony kd65xe9005 £1549
MDL82 h, 32 m ago

A comparison of the two: …A comparison of the two: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/a0d343b9fOf the two, the Hisense probably is the better TV overall, but from what I can tell, neither are true 10-bit HDR. The Samsung appears to be 8-bit and the Hisense 8+FRC, but that said, you're likely to pay much more for a full 10bit @ 65", but then size isn't everything...


Thanks for posting that comparison (not looking for TV at the moment).
How does Direct LED compare with Edge LED?
Samsung UE65KS9000 £1299 (Reboxed unit) @ Reliant direct
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Great price on this Award winning Tv, last years model but down from £2999
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flang21st Jan

I just bought this TV for £650 a few days ago when JohnLewis were doing …I just bought this TV for £650 a few days ago when JohnLewis were doing their amazing tv deals. Best price for sure


Damn! I wish I'd seen that offer. I got a "UE65KS9000" 18+months ago and cost in excess of £1800 (with 5 year guarantee).

Recently bought a 50" flat-screened 2017 model for the spare room/office and it's not a patch on the older 65" curved model.

I would have jumped at another "UE65KS9000" as it is simply an amazing TVand in a different league to the 50" I ended up with.
They do this constantly. List the models that people want as bait to get them to buy the latest model. They'll make up some bullsh*t about it being tested and how it's come back with a fault. They don't have any of these KS models in stock! They never remove them from their website.
I have the 49” and 65” versions of this tv , good price, paid a heap more for this when it came out -cracking sets
Edited by: "ronaldmacdonald" 24th Jan
When I asked about this a few days ago it was being tested as a customer return. Turned out the screen had tearing. I was pushed to the MU9000, I didn’t buy after that.
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umirza853 h, 14 m ago

Would wait for this year's model to drop to this price, got the mu9000 for …Would wait for this year's model to drop to this price, got the mu9000 for £1200 with a JL price match. If impatient and you can find it, it's not a bad price.


MU9000 is not a patch on the KS9000 totally different beasts.
Samsung 55” QE55Q8F 8 Series Flat QLED TV £1,499 @ ReliantDirect (possible JL price match)
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Been looking online for a decent LG OLED but came across this 55" Samsung Q8F which seems to be the best price for it at the moment if anyone's in the market for it. Need to use t… Read more
The Samsung sets are stupidly overpriced this year. The oled55b7v and kd-55xe9305 are better TVs at this price point
bens1232 h, 21 m ago

Choosing a TV is hard, I think I'll just give up and start reading more. …Choosing a TV is hard, I think I'll just give up and start reading more. Sounds like I should be waiting for Micro LED before buying a long-lasting TV. I was all set to buy the MU7000 but every time I hear something that makes me think I should wait, now they're all out of stock anyway!


You'll be waiting at least five years for a MicroLED set that won't require remortgaging your house. Likely closer to ten. Unless you're willing to sit it out that long with what you've already got, you might as well just buy something (flawed as it will be, because every single TV on the market has them) and enjoy it while you wait. And no doubt by the time that MicroLED is finally entering sensible price territory, TV companies will be hyping up the next big thing anyway and you'll want to wait for that.
If its picture quality you want pioneer kuro 5090 can still be picked up for about 300. Picture quality 9.999/10
danhey8331 m ago

You’ll never buy a new TV if you think like that. If you have the money, I …You’ll never buy a new TV if you think like that. If you have the money, I would purchase this one.


65" out of stock unfortunately, I was very tempted because the price is similar to what I would have paid for the MU7000. My struggle never ends.
Edited by: "bens123" 17th Jan
bens12344 m ago

Choosing a TV is hard, I think I'll just give up and start reading more. …Choosing a TV is hard, I think I'll just give up and start reading more. Sounds like I should be waiting for Micro LED before buying a long-lasting TV. I was all set to buy the MU7000 but every time I hear something that makes me think I should wait, now they're all out of stock anyway!


You’ll never buy a new TV if you think like that. If you have the money, I would purchase this one.
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Samsung 55” KS7000 7 Series Flat SUHD with Quantum Dot Display TV - £749 @ Reliant Direct
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Arguably better than this year's qled models and a much better price too. One of the best reviewed tvs in 2016
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Would love to know the input lag & if you would recommend this tv for gaming over the 55mu7000 model
mb135750 m ago

Micro LED does look like the best of both worlds however apparently …Micro LED does look like the best of both worlds however apparently production costs are expensive and will be a good few years away for these sizes: apparently an individual micro led is linked to each pixel amazing really. Local dimming can be very good but isn’t perfect. Taking all matters into account I can’t see any alternative to OLED, for now at least


Various manufacturers are looking at mLED screens for mobile devices this year, due to OLED demand from Apple. With that in mind, the current reliance on LG display from OLED TV manufacturers, all adds up to reviews of the tech.

If Samsung release their mLED offering this year and the smaller devices are well reviewed then we have a real driving force for the tech. It's not quite the same situation as OLED vs LED when OLED was becoming affordable, this time around we have reliance on one manufacturer for that tech, LG display.

All of that aside I've decided a 4K projector will tide me over until OLED sorts out it's underlying issues, or mLED is an option at <£4000. Fingers crossed.
alltaken1239th Jan

It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or …It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or even Panasonic OLED TV are all at the mercy of LG display for tolerance in warranty claims.In the above example of my recent B7 purchase, LG deemed it was within tolerance (I was within the return time with the retailer, luckily)Needless to say I'll be giving it a while before a new TV - Micro LED is looking more likely than an OLED at this point. Glad you won the panel lottery though!


Micro LED does look like the best of both worlds however apparently production costs are expensive and will be a good few years away for these sizes: apparently an individual micro led is linked to each pixel amazing really. Local dimming can be very good but isn’t perfect. Taking all matters into account I can’t see any alternative to OLED, for now at least
Edited by: "mb1357" 11th Jan
alltaken12314 h, 34 m ago

It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or …It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or even Panasonic OLED TV are all at the mercy of LG display for tolerance in warranty claims.In the above example of my recent B7 purchase, LG deemed it was within tolerance (I was within the return time with the retailer, luckily)Needless to say I'll be giving it a while before a new TV - Micro LED is looking more likely than an OLED at this point. Glad you won the panel lottery though!


Agreed but apparently despite having the same panels different manufacturers seem to get differing results; Loewe do carry out a calibration of each set at their factory which maybe picks up faulty screens. Tbh design is also important to me and my Loewe is somewhat retro with an integral wooden stand.Interestingly B&O just use full backlighting with NO local dimming on their 55 and 65 in LED TV’s which is poor considering 55" comes in at 7K. Micro LEDs sound an interesting development. You should perhaps consider having the TV you end up professionally calibrated although this wont fix a faulty screen
Edited by: "mb1357" 10th Jan
mb135714 m ago

Something is either wrong with the TV or your settings are way out. My …Something is either wrong with the TV or your settings are way out. My Loewe OLED has according to a professional calibrator the nearest quality of image he has seen in comparison to a professional TV monitor; zero banding btw


It's an obviously poor example, problem is that your Loewe, Sony, LG or even Panasonic OLED TV are all at the mercy of LG display for tolerance in warranty claims.

In the above example of my recent B7 purchase, LG deemed it was within tolerance (I was within the return time with the retailer, luckily)

Needless to say I'll be giving it a while before a new TV - Micro LED is looking more likely than an OLED at this point. Glad you won the panel lottery though!
Samsung UE49MU6400 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR TV - £499 @ ReliantDirect.co.uk - John Lewis can price match to get 5 years warranty
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Appears to the lowest price available, wasn't going to bother posting but with John Lewis price match for the extended warranty I thought it may be of interest to others. I had th… Read more
Jak922 h, 19 m ago

Ah that's a shame! Luckily I got a price match at £449.No I'm deliberating …Ah that's a shame! Luckily I got a price match at £449.No I'm deliberating between this TV and the LG49UJ630V Both seem similar in specs but the LG is around £20-30 cheaper!Any advice welcome


Definetly this over the LG, which uses a markedly inferior RGBW panel.
Ah that's a shame! Luckily I got a price match at £449.

No I'm deliberating between this TV and the LG49UJ630V

Both seem similar in specs but the LG is around £20-30 cheaper!

Any advice welcome
JonnyRose5 m ago

Yep



While I was getting JL to price match £449 it went up to £478! I still placed the order for £478. Hopefully I'll enjoy the TV
gone up to £478 now
Samsung ue55MU7000 7 Series Flat,UHD 4K TV - £798 delivered @ Reliantdirect
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I've been looking at this 55in Tv and as this comes with a free Blu ray player I think it's a good deal as the Blu ray player is over £100 by itself - richer sounds should match an… Read more
John Lewis price match is a joke , tried to get them to price match this TV against Curry's £729 (£799 -£70 Discount using TV70) they would not price match this because it was out of stock at Curry's at the time even though I said if it was in stock I wouldn't need them to price match it.

Just asked them to price match it at Coop electrical at £748 (£798 - £50 using code PCT50) they will not match this because ...

Thank you for your price match request for the Samsung UE55MU7000 HDR 1000 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55".

Regrettably we cannot use the voucher code PCT50 as it is not displayed on the competitor's website: it is found at Hot UK Deals.

Therefore I cannot agree to your request on this occasion. For further information on our Never Knowingly Undersold policy, please follow the link below.
How long have they been making TV's without headphone jacks now? I can't be doing with all these dumb changes. I spent money on a nifty set of headphones a couple of years back and I want to bloody use them please. I had finally made my mind up to buy this TV but then I saw this and was like, "Oh ffs."
Edited by: "bens123" 6th Jan
Richer Sounds price matched PRCdirect on boxing day for me. Got it for £699. Very pleased with it.

Most reviews seem to agree, that this is the best TV in this size for under £1000.

Netflix and Amazon 4k HDR content looks great, as do 4k Blu-ray's. Ordinary Blu-ray's look very good too of course.

Our large sofa is directly in front of the TV, so the viewing angles weren't a concern for us, but it's not as bad as some would have you believe, but being directly in front of it is of course optimal.
Edited by: "a_user" 2nd Jan
caverncity2 h, 54 m ago

I was in Currys earlier and luckily for me they had the MU7000, 8000, 9000 …I was in Currys earlier and luckily for me they had the MU7000, 8000, 9000 and the LG oled all in line and the oled was like watching a plasma and was spot on. The others had too much motion blur, the oled had none. The qled was decent but still not as good as the oled


its the viewing angles for me too. The Oleds look great no matter were you sit. The mu700p is awful when off centre! colours all washed out.
poisondwarf3 h, 45 m ago

Really?is that the best option when coming from a plasma?


I was in Currys earlier and luckily for me they had the MU7000, 8000, 9000 and the LG oled all in line and the oled was like watching a plasma and was spot on. The others had too much motion blur, the oled had none. The qled was decent but still not as good as the oled
SAMSUNG QE55Q6FAMT 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV - £899 @ Reliant Direct
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Original advert was Curry's @ £995 Even cheaper @ Reliant Direct £899 - Click Here 4K Ultra HD HDR Catch-up & 4K Streaming with Tizen Picture quality: 2500 PQI Tuner: TVPlu… Read more
kosch1 h, 39 m ago

Detail can be found here. …Detail can be found here. https://www.avforums.com/article/what-is-the-difference-between-a-qled-tv-and-oled-tv.13307https://www.avforums.com/article/oled-beats-qled-in-philips-tv-tech-shootout.13787


Samsung's new QLED TVs just use an LCD panel with LED backlighting“

I’m out
InTheKnow44445 m ago

Whats best?QLED or OLED


OLE
Edited by: "WitnessTheFitness" 27th Dec 2017
blundy_511 m ago

You dont know what you have started


No honestly, haven't got a clue, was in Currys yesterday and all the OLED ones were dearer than QLED which leads me to believe OLED is currently the best (until 8K is rolled out) ?
Reliant Direct? Is this a site Richer Sounds or John Lewis are likely to match? The reviews aren't brilliant for this tv in this price bracket.
Samsung QE55Q8F 55" 8 Series Flat QLED TV £1499 - 25% off at ReliantDirect
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This QLED Samsung TV is normally £1999 but by entering the promo code SAVE500 takes it down to £1499. ReliantDirect have great customer reviews, check out trust pilot. Other stor… Read more
This is amazing deal and better PQI than the 7F for the same price, Richer sounds matched for me and bettered by £20 so I got it for 1479!!

Thanks very much
MullacABZ7 h, 24 m ago

The 65" was this price yesterday with a free soundbar.


No it wasn't
Hello, your price is £100 too much, its currently £1599
Whats the difference between the 7 & 8 ?
Samsung UE55MU8000 flat Smart 4k ultra HD HDR TV - £1099 @ Reliant Direct
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Samsung UE55MU8000 ultra HD HDR LED TV from reliant direct. 5yrs warranty included. Free 3month NOW TV pass.
I'd recommend taking a look at the sony X9005 if this is the price range you're after. Far better panel with proper HDR performance.
Samsung 55mu9000 4k tv with FREE UBDK8500 BLUE ray player  use code SAVE_200  at Reliant Direct for £1099
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Samsung 4k 55mu9000 55"tv for only £1099 with free samsung bluray player UBDK8500 worth £155 with code SAVE_200 from reliant direct. FIRST POST so be gentle
MIDURIX6 h, 49 m ago

But won't they be taking onto consideration the price it was reviewed at. …But won't they be taking onto consideration the price it was reviewed at. If you take a tv which is £1500 rrp you would rate it higher than a tv at £2000 even if it's slightly worse.


Yes and no. The full review focuses on the fact there should not really be any sort of sizeable price difference between the two, as the cheaper one (MU7000) either matches or excels the more expensive one (MU9000) in all but one categories. Considering there is still a discernible price difference (£300), I would say the comments in the review remain valid.
Erinath2 h, 58 m ago

[Image] Screenshot from Which? Magazine


But won't they be taking onto consideration the price it was reviewed at. If you take a tv which is £1500 rrp you would rate it higher than a tv at £2000 even if it's slightly worse.
32547062-ER7vW.jpgScreenshot from Which? Magazine
Which? Magazine consider this not to be as impressive as the UE55MU7000, which can currently be bought for £799 from Richer Sounds (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-ue55mu7000-799-at-richer-sounds-2835151). It scored lower for 4k Ultra HD image quality and viewing angle. They did feel it offers superior motion stability though.

I only know all this because I have been trying to pick the right TV for our household.
MIDURIX1 h, 36 m ago

Not going by reviews it isn't. "The MU9000 is really about the best …Not going by reviews it isn't. "The MU9000 is really about the best Samsung has to offer for the year. Compared to the MU8000 below it, it has a wider color gamut, better anti-screen glare properties, and the Triple Black Extreme feature. The MU8000 already has outstanding black levels and black uniformity. The main improvement the MU9000 has in the blacks area is better viewing of dark shadow detail. Other than those picture quality upgrades, they are almost identical."Doesn't sound like the same TV like the LG B and C are.


Searching for that quote suggests the source of it is this US-based page:
reviews.lcdtvbuyingguide.com/sam…tml

Which means they're not talking about the same models as bear those names in the UK, for a start the MU9000 there is a flat TV. The closest equivalent models here would be the MU8000 and MU7000.
Samsung UE65MU9000 65" Curved UHD Smart £1449 with code @ Reliant direct
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First deal folks so go easy. Samsung UE65MU9000 65" Curved UHD Smart Tv, Currently listed at £1,699 5 Year Warranty Enter Promotion Code SAVE250, reducing the price to £1449.00 … Read more
Finally, JL priced matched PRC Direct deal price of £1199/-
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jeanhuguesanglade26 m ago

Thanks so much OP - I ended up getting this and it's a fantastic TV.


If you purchased from John Lewis and are still within the 28 days, prcdirect.co.uk/sam…tml it's £1,399 here with the £200 code listed on the website
Curve and 3D are fading out now.
Thanks so much OP - I ended up getting this and it's a fantastic TV.
mjmani24th Nov

Thanks! I did the same this afternoon and have received positive …Thanks! I did the same this afternoon and have received positive response.Just happened to find another code for this TV on ReliantDirect. However, it's not working for this TV. May be it will in the morning. Reliant DirectSave £400 on this TVSAVE_400Enter code at checkout Ends in 7 daysHere is the link -> Google shopping compare for UE65MU9000 TV


Is this not a old code from last week
LG OLED65E7V £2999, OLED55E7V £1999 at Reliantdirect
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£800 off the LG OLED65E7V applied at checkout to make it £2999 £500 off the LG OLED55E7V applied at checkout to make it £1999 5 years guarantee included. Fast Delivery.
Paid in full now 65 OLED tv for 1420 from 3899.00 absolute bargain thx OK and all of us on here who supported each other
Cash arrived in my account the next morning after that email.
Yeah I just got that today, guess we gotta wait 5.days now
alteredimagetattoo7 h, 38 m ago

Morning,Thank you for your email.Your claim was validated on 3rd …Morning,Thank you for your email.Your claim was validated on 3rd Jan 2018.You will receive your cashback via direct bank transfer within 30 days to the bank account details nominated on your claim.Please contact us again if you still have not received anything before 5th Feb 2018.If you require any further assistance, please feel free to contact a member of our team.Kind Regards,



Your claim has been paid directly via bank transfer into the account as nominated upon submission of the claim form.

This payment should clear into your account within the next 5 working days.
Morning,

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Your claim was validated on 3rd Jan 2018.

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LG OLED55E7 - 55" HDR OLED TV Picture On Glass £1508.99 @ Reliant Direct
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Been looking for the C7 to go down and can get it for £1,529 at currys with the 10% code but found the E7 for £1,499 at bestavdeals however POS atm. Reliant direct have it in stoc… Read more
Just to say, I got a price match back in Novemberand my Cashback has been approved for the 55"

John Lewis Price was £2,799
Price Matched to £1,499
Bought John Lewis vouchers with 7% discount through my work - so paid £1,394

Cashback claim approved...

Overall price £894.

Lovely stuff!

And the TV is outstanding.
Edited by: "barneystuta" 13th Jan
skyzero24th Nov

If anyone decides to not make use of their JL E7 price match, would you …If anyone decides to not make use of their JL E7 price match, would you mind passing it on to me? Thanks in advance.




I price matched for two tv and they were out of stock untill today .... it was price matchd on the 26/11 if you want you can use it I think today is the last day its says I must order withis 28 days of the price matched
Edited by: "tammyy" 22nd Dec 2017
done price matched with John Lewis on the 26/11 for the 65inch E7 modal , but they never had stock until today and the 28 days price matchd period runs out today I am not sure if they still hon
did anyone not take up the offer and gave it to someone else , and did it go ok
Lw.jarvis22 h, 40 m ago

Has anyone found a wall mount for the 55E7, I am really struggling. Thanks …Has anyone found a wall mount for the 55E7, I am really struggling. Thanks in advance


Take a look at sanus vmt5 and vlt5
49” KS7000 7 Series Flat SUHD with Quantum Dot Display TV £699 @ Reliant Direct
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Been looking for a good deal on a 49 inch 4k TV, this Samsuung is a 10 bit panel for a good price. **edit** They called up to say it failed testing and offered a newer model. Wo… Read more
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I also bought a TV from Curry's about 3 months ago it was last stock and had Horrible screenburn in the top right from the Samsung Demo Videos, and I returned it as Samsung said they didn't make that panel anymore so couldn't fix it and Curry's just accepted the return.

Buy this fresh and its a brilliant TV
If they still exist....
superglue anyone pmsl
This set had enough issues when new, so 2nd hand you can almost guarantee problems
I think John Lewis has that for £799. 5 year warranty too.
Yep they even keep it listed if they have none available. It's just a tactic to get you to call up so they can offer you something else instead. Same happened to me a couple of months ago.
Samsung HWMS650 Soundbar £389 @ Reliant Direct
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The best price I can find.
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TheVoice8th Nov

I've never tried this with JL before, did you do it instore or over the …I've never tried this with JL before, did you do it instore or over the phone?

There's a form online. They email you if they agree to it and then you pay the full price , email them and they refund you.

I've never done it before though
robmclarenfan6th Nov

John Lewis price matched



I've never tried this with JL before, did you do it instore or over the phone?
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John Lewis price matched
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pennyfarthing882 m ago

Proprietors - Trotters independent traders


I'll be honest I was skeptical about them but after looking on Google apparently they are pretty good!
Proprietors - Trotters independent traders
Samsung UE55KS8000 55” £1169 @ Reliant Direct
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Found 20th Sep 2017Found 20th Sep 2017
Samsung 55” KS8000 8 Series Flat SUHD with Quantum Dot Display TVWith a PQI of 2300 & HDR 1,000, which ensures exceptional peak luminance, colour vibrancy, stunning black level… Read more
Just a heads up, I tried to order the 65" KS8000 from Reliant Direct, the order went through okay but I soon got a call saying they didn't actually have any in stock and they tried to sell me the newer Q7F model discounted to £2,100 which isn't a bad deal but I needed time to research that TV and it was a bit more than I was looking to spend so held off on it.
Edited by: "bens123" 12th Oct 2017
I might pick up the 65" for £1,529. I've never used Reliant Direct before... are they reliable and direct? I can't seem to find this TV in stock in many places, is there a new model about to come out or something and I should wait? So hard deciding whether to bite the bullet as it's such a big purchase.
MIDURIX30th Sep

I've seen it now for the q7 models. Do you have any old info for that deal?



they are all expired
bobo5320th Sep

these prices included 4k players or speakers worth 100's of pounds until …these prices included 4k players or speakers worth 100's of pounds until recently


I've seen it now for the q7 models. Do you have any old info for that deal?
Beast of a tv worth every penny. I paid £1450 for this with no free stuff. Use avforums calibration settings off YouTube. Colours are perfect.
LG OLED55B6V 5 year warrenty £1499,00  Reliantdirect
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Found 20th Sep 2017Found 20th Sep 2017
55" LG OLED TV – B6Dive deeper into the darkness with LG OLED TV. Organic self emitting pixels achieve the deepest levels of black due to their unique ability to completely switch … Read more
remainz6th Oct

I bought this tv from reliant and they phoned up and said it was out of …I bought this tv from reliant and they phoned up and said it was out of stock. They then offered me the B7 for £1699 , i said no thanks. Then they went and talked to the manager and offered me the B7 for £1599! Which I bought and am very happy with of course.



did you order it online? £1,599 is really good for the B7 I think....
now cold. B7V has been up for as little as £65 more.
Original Poster
I bought this tv from reliant and they phoned up and said it was out of stock. They then offered me the B7 for £1699 , i said no thanks. Then they went and talked to the manager and offered me the B7 for £1599! Which I bought and am very happy with of course.
RikAllen20th Sep

New version is much better for not much more right now.

Not sure I'd describe it as being "much" better - it's marginally better but definitely agree you'd be better off going for the B7 at this point given the price difference.
markiedon23 h, 7 m ago

Sure you were. Was that just after you cancelled your Ferrari order …Sure you were. Was that just after you cancelled your Ferrari order because you read they go through lots of tyres?

Not everyone is a liar boyo. Your analogy is ludicrous. It's obvious that the LG oled have incipient faults.
Have you got one?
Then again you think everyone is a liar.
How pathetic.