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Samsung QE55Q60R QLED 55" TV delivered - £709 @ RLR Distribution
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Samsung QE55Q60R QLED 55" TV delivered - £709 @ RLR Distribution
This 55 inch Samsung QLED TV brings a whole host of innovative tech to ensure that your viewing experience is second to none. The fundamentals are all here – razor-sharp 4K resolut… Read more

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Their comment "Sincere apologies, incorrect listing". Bit rubbish really. Next best seems to be ao.com at £869 + £100 cashback


That's not good. Any reason?


Ordered but they cancelled a few hours later:-(


unlucky lol

Samsung QE65Q60R QLED 65" TV - £895 delivered @ RLR Distribution
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Samsung QE65Q60R QLED 65" TV - £895 delivered @ RLR Distribution
This 65 inch Samsung QLED TV brings a whole host of innovative tech to ensure that your viewing experience is second to none. The fundamentals are all here – razor-sharp 4K resolut… Read more

No one can answer this but yourself. But for burn in worries I'd take a good look at rtings burn in test (link) and decide whether the burn in on the content channels are acceptable to you. Bear in mind they've been running for 9000 hours (5 hours every day for 5 years) and the screens they're using are older technology (C7s). Personally, I'd be buying a QLED for my parents, and an OLED for myself just to suit the different lifestyles we live. Parents which a good 5 hours every day, whereas a good week I'll get 5 hours in :)


Far superior is debatable... perfect blacks but poor peak brightness and sustained brightness for HdR content with risk of burn in. While QLED has no burn in to worry about and ridiculously better sustainable HDR thanks to the peak brightness, also has the best anti glare screen. Only downside is the light bleed/dirty screen. Both very close to call.. I’m still torn myself


Samsung QLED it’s 2013 Sony Triluminos Technology Not worth money . Another Marketing stunt by Samsung. Great to repackage product and sell it to customers as totally new product


I’m preparing myself for Black Friday. I want a high-ish end TV and OLEDs are cheaper than QLEDs which is a bit silly. But I do watch movies/netflix with subtitles on and I play video games. I am worried about burn in and a quick look online, in forums, JL refuse to replace OLEDs with burn in as it is clearly stated that burn in is not covered in the warranty. So I don’t know really. 55” q80r vs c9? Qleds do come with their advantages. Significantly brighter, no burn in and better anti reflection.


Any good price for 43"

SAMSUNG UE75NU7100 75'' Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £1047 @ RLR Distribution
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SAMSUNG UE75NU7100 75'' Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £1047 @ RLR Distribution
Features - Ultra HD gives you stunning picture quality - Samsung TVPlus delivers a world of entertainment - Play games, listen to music and more 4k Ultra HD The Samsung … Read more

With all due respect, I don't think you understand. More screen does NOT equal more pixels ! I will clarify 4K resolution is 3840 × 2160p on UHD TVs. It's the SAME number of pixels what ever the size of screen. But the individual pixels will be bigger in size the bigger the screen size. All other things being equal an image displayed on a smaller screen is generally going be more sharper than on a bigger screen because the image is more condensed.


Amazing deal, but a tad too big. I will aim for the 65" you last posted. (angel) :D Heat for both. (y)


Have a 65" and its brilliant. Wouldn't go back to smaller. Makes the other 55" sets in the house seem small, which is odd :p


I have a 106in projector screen that I sit no more than 10feet from. Used to be brilliant with 1080p projector now even better with 4k


Would have to be good quality, high bit rate 4K. Surely the picture on a decent 65 inch is going to be sharper than on this as the pixels are smaller. Not to mention most content is still at best 1080p HD.

SAMSUNG UE65NU7400 65'' HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour £655 @ rlrdistribution
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SAMSUNG UE65NU7400 65'' HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour £655 @ rlrdistribution
Dynamic Crystal Colour Experience crystal clear, lifelike colour. With more than one billion colours — 64 times more than conventional UHD TVs — the Dynamic Crystal Colour displa… Read more

Installed on the wall ! It was a perfect deal ! (lol)


Perfect nothing else to add ! Go for deal (lol)


Ordered the 19th morning, I just received it ! Very pro the service. ( standard free delivery ) I will open the box and test the TV. Keep you updated guys :D


Common.Sense said "These are all grey imports. " it's why I was confused. Tanks guys (highfive)


This is black, they have the wrong image on their website

Lg c8 65" better than black Friday price £1945 @ RLR Distribution (link says 55" / description is for 65")
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Lg c8 65" better than black Friday price £1945 @ RLR Distribution (link says 55" / description is for 65")
Great price, cheapest so far I think. This is the 65" version as they sell the 55" else where on their site. RLR have made a mistake in the heading.

I didn’t get price match from JL , I have tried few times with other offers and all got rejected


they price matched the District Electrical one for me at £2,129.99


I got RS to price match the previous deal with District Electrical. With DE £30 shipping cost it came to £2160 with 6 years warranty. I was turned down a price match with RLR as it didn’t have a 5 year warranty included in the price.


Go with the B8 55" for £1099 easy decision 🔥


Not a deal without the 5 year warranty. JL price match though and ya sorted. Hoping it will drop to 2k then I bite.

Samsung UE43NU7470 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £469 RLR Distribution
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Samsung UE43NU7470 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £469 RLR Distribution
4K Ultra HD Certified with HDR10+ Catch-up TV & Streaming with Smart Hub Picture quality: 1800 PQI TV PLUS / Freesat HD HDMI 2.0a x 3 22/08/18 - Now £9 cheaper @ £460
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It's all lies to get you hooked. Bought the TV, my card was charged instantly, then chased them for 2 weeks and finally (and without letting me know in advance) delivered a different, cheaper model and tried to persuade me that it's an "upgrade". If you look at their reviews you'll find that this is their normal mode of operation. A company to avoid. Scammers.


Now £9 cheaper @ £460


Voted hot, I was looking at the 65” one yesterday at pc world


The stand is about 1 and a half inch smaller each side.


is this the tv with the stand as wide as the screen?

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LG B7 Series OLED65B7V - 65" OLED Smart TV 4k hdr £1999 at RLR Distribution
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Posted 13th Jul 2018Posted 13th Jul 2018
LG B7 Series OLED65B7V - 65" OLED Smart TV 4k hdr £1999 at RLR Distribution
The price is coming down to reflect the newer models price drop to £2400. 3.15% topcashback takes it down to £1937.95 lowest I have seen this personally

Yeah same buddy. The 55" deals are at a price point I could justify spending. But 51 to 55 wouldn t feel like much change. Especially how some of my viewing is still SD (though I have become a bit of an HD snob and first check I do for content on Sky is hit the filter for HD channels when browsing the guide) I was gutted they got rid of 3D as I heard that it was amazing on the 2016 range. Hopefully the 2019 range will drop enough in price so that the 65's become more realistic. Failing that, maybe a 55" and convince the Mrs to put the sofa in the middle of the room to make the effect the same (lol) (lol)


This is available from Electronic Empire, which is banned to post on here for some reason, for £1969, or £1939 instore. Richer Sounds just gave me a price match of £1949 which im really pleased with, so I've "bitten". My old TV should sell for around £400 so that helps take some of the sting out of the cost. Arriving tomorrow so can't wait. Is there one decent forum for discussions on setting the TV up, brackets etc?


same as me have a st30 panny and the picture on hd is far superior than any lcd tv. and it was only £500 back in 2011 i would need to upgrade to a 65" but as you say 2k is alot. if the 65" was about 1200 i would jump then. in reality another year and i think the 55"s will be around the £800 mark. so room for the 65" to go down. production costs are very similar anyway oled like any panel is sawn down from larger panels.


I feel the same. I have had my 51 Samsung Plasma for quite a while now. I have followed OLED since mid 2016 and almost clicked buy several times. In fact I still read to see if I can convince myself. Yet to have a worthy upgrade I would want a larger screen too. 1. For the increase of the wow effect. 2. Because now I'm a little older. HD looks SD to me. Which is disappointing but I guess I should wear glasses for tv viewing. 65 inch would have to be my entry point but 2k! Do I really need to replace my plasma. Large tv's are hard to sell and is have nowhere to put my current 51. So for that reason I continue to read/research....yet can't bring myself to burn 2k notes just yet!


That's debatable. Let's ask @brilly

LG OLED65C7V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £2099 @ rlrdistribution
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LG OLED65C7V 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £2099 @ rlrdistribution
Cheapest I’ve seen the 65”
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It’s 4k not 2k lol (lol)


Its 2199


Yep, cos I really want to spend 2K on a telly from a company with terrible Google reviews. Want more proof? Ladies and Gentlemen, here is the entrance to rlrdistribution https://www.google.co.uk/maps/@52.5043479,-1.8677523,3a,60y,304.06h,90t/data=!3m6!1e1!3m4!1s4hOAxGwjq_YVSMoX03brew!2e0!7i13312!8i6656


I bought the OLED55E7N from JL with 5yr warranty a month ago, not even opened it yet. Thinking about selling as tempted by a 65”. Also the more I read the better value the C models seem to be, I have a sound system so no need for the Atmos sound bar the E model offers..... tempted by this offer but I’m also dubious about the 1yr warranty (skeptical)


Great price but only 1 year warranty. i paid £2499 for mine with 6 years warranty from richer sounds

LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £1344 using code @ rlrdistribution
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LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £1344 using code @ rlrdistribution
LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV Immerse yourself in this amazing OLED 55inch television, with amazon contrast and bringing life to any room. Some key features inc… Read more

These lg tv's need to drop in price like all the others, even being oled the manufacturing costs have dropped dramatically and they are popular, maybe when they drop they will start selling a lot more before Samsung releases there micro led tv which is predicted to have super luminosity and brightness and an even better picture than the OLED. and no burn-in which is a problem with OLED tv's .


Yes I have the B7 although I use a Humax Freesat box rather then the built in tuner.


Thanks for info. I presume you are watching on an oled then?


If you talking about the C7 then I believe RS have sold all their stock of the 55" so I would speak to them first


I have no issue watching SD channels on mine even the really poor quality ones - the upscaler does a pretty decent job considering

LG 55EG9A7V Full HD OLED Smart TV £879 @ RLR
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LG 55EG9A7V Full HD OLED Smart TV £879 @ RLR
This TV has a slim design bringing style to any home, experience the unmatched picture quality created by OLED TV’s self-lighting pixels and let yourself be immersed in surround so… Read more
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Crazy this is cold, it's far and away the best TV in its price range...if you don't need 4K


This is true. People think I'm being disingenuous when I tell them the only way they will see any benefit from UHD over Full HD is to sit around 1-2 metres away from the screen. 99% of people paying twice as much for something that the human eye can't even perceive. In fact chances are that their UHD will result in a worse viewing experience when watching regular SD broadcasts.


Sorry OP, this was never going to be received well. UHD is amazing and worth that little bit more. Saying that, there are an awful lot of people who sit too far from their TV to actually benefit from UHD....but you try telling them that :D


Best TV in price range :)


It says Full HD, and the price confirms it isn’t UHD.

Samsung QE55Q7F 55" 4K Qled Tv £925.00 RLR Distribution
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Samsung QE55Q7F 55" 4K Qled Tv £925.00 RLR Distribution
Great price for series 7

£1079 now?


wonder if its a returns or graded A1 stock etc ?

LG OLED65B7V - 65" 4K UHD Smart TV £2199 @ RLR Distribution
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LG OLED65B7V - 65" 4K UHD Smart TV £2199 @ RLR Distribution
LG OLED65B7V - 65" 4K UHD Smart TV £2199 Plus 3.15% Topcashback @rlrdistribution.co.uk LG OLED65B7V OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with Freeview Play, Dolby Atmos, Picture-On… Read more

Expired, £2399 now.


No, it stands for frame rate control


Prob a bit to late but JL will not price match with rlrdistribution either way


I bought this from John Lewis 3 weeks earlier, can I call up for a price match refund? Anyone done that before?


No humour in this thread is there!

LG B7 Series OLED55B7V - 55" OLED Smart TV - 4K Ultra HD £1399 @ rlrdistribution
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LG B7 Series OLED55B7V - 55" OLED Smart TV - 4K Ultra HD £1399 @ rlrdistribution
It's my second post and I don't know the seller, but even without warranty its a good £400 cheaper than most retailers.

You can now pickup the 55" LG OLED55E7N for £1299.99 from Currys (after £500 cashback (valid until 31st May 2018) https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-oled55e7n-55-smart-4k-ultra-hd-oled-tv-10160581-pdt.html https://lg-offers.com/gb/en/pages/oledcashback18/home


I bought the C7 model when it was £1499 in Currys a few weeks ago, the C7 has an extruded aluminium stand, was about £10 more expensive. Astounding picture quality, the reviews say it all. Interesting article on where the technology is heading , here. . . https://a.msn.com/r/2/AAwCMil?m=en-gb


I bought a brand new Focus just over a year n half ago so I'm guilty on that front (horror) but then again I am the most un-car person you'll ever meet. I don't get flash cars and never have done so I'd rather buy a new'un once every 10 years or so for the simple reason I can vouch for every mile it's ever driven and every bit of maintenance has been done where n when required. Telly wise I have bought sets when they were a chunk older but also jumped on ones when they brand new out too, the XE9005 being one last Spring but we did get 600 or 700 quid off it through her work so it weren't too bad. All this talk of OLED makes me even more determined not to follow the trend. I'm definitely waiting for this year's Q9 to drop to the right price and because I've already resigned myself to it being a long slog I will definitely be buying one of the two biggest sizes when I do.


Yeah, exactly that. I wouldn't recommend people buy a new car either, but some folk do. I guess it depends on how much disposable income you have, but since this is a deals site I would suspect most people here want to save a few quid.


I would have thought his 'recommendation' is pretty much along the lines of stating the obvious which is what I said to other matey. If you want the very latest tech as soon as it launches then go ahead which in the case of a 2018 LG OLED will set you back around 3 grand for the 55 incher. If you're not prepared/able to weigh on that sort of money chances are it will be at least a grand cheaper come Black Friday. No idea what that 'sheesh' is all about because, if you want the latest gear get it now and pay the premium. All he's saying is that he wouldn't do himself rather waiting for Black Friday to save a few bob

LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1399 @ RLR distribution
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LG OLED55C7V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR OLED TV £1399 @ RLR distribution
Lowest price available right now as prices have gone back up to £1799. Also have the 65” for £2399 link rlrdistribution.co.uk/viewproduct/19921/lg-oled65c7v-65-smart-4k-ultra-hd-… Read more
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Price gone back up to £1599 now


I have ordered the B7 from RS last week end for £1369 with 6 years warranty.


I've got a C7, if you are in the market and can get a B7 or C7 at the prices talked about with the warrantee, get it they are really good. I paid £1599 from curries with 5 years warranty so £1379 and 6 years warranty is a steal IF you are in the market for one.


I had the same problem!!!!! Bloody thing was perfect after 12 years!!!! Damned Plasma TVs!!!! Ended up selling it in order to justify a new oled tv last year.


Richer Sounds - there are no C7’s further south than Birmingham, been on the phone to them today, they’re expecting a delivery in around May time apparently. I can’t wait for that, I want the C over the B because of the stand and the pure black bezel which I think will look better at night, so popping into Curry’s tomorrow to take advantage of their 5y guarantee and 18months interest free credit

Televisions | LG B7 Series OLED55B7V 55" OLED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD for £1399 at RLR Distribution
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Televisions | LG B7 Series OLED55B7V 55" OLED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD for £1399 at RLR Distribution
Televisions | LG B7 Series OLED55B7V - also the OLED55C7V 55” OLED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD for £1399 .. not bad price for this great TV Link to the OLED55C7V: https://www.rlrdistrib… Read more

Price is back up to £1699, marked as Expired


Why are you even here?


I think my description earlier was spot on...


Back in stock again, it is the cheapest anywhere at the moment although with one year warranty only


I missed your chat, got suspended? (excited) £1350 might be above your budget, we get that. Fortunately it's not above ours.

LG OLED - OLED55B7V 55 Inch TV - RLR Distribution- £1599
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LG OLED - OLED55B7V 55 Inch TV - RLR Distribution- £1599
Now I know this does not seem like much of a deal.... to be honest its not! as these were £1499 everywhere until recently!! However I am looking to buy this TV myself and this seem… Read more

Care to elaborate?


Who said anything about me being SANE ? :) Waiting for the next price drop would probably at the point when the stock runs very low and they are getting them off the shelves, so you would have to be very fast and lucky to get one. Depends if you buy because you want that model and are happy with a little bit of a saving or buy just because it's cheap. There's a lot of people out there who buy something that they really don't need, Just because its a bargain.


Same price from PC word/Currys for B7 and C7.


It's a good deal on today's prices, but that doesn't mean it's a good deal. It's the best of a bad bunch, so a sane person would wait a few weeks/months until the inevitable price drop again.


Yeah it is.... so this IS a good deal on today's prices. Heat from me. JL told me that they only price match now if the 5 year warranty is also offered in the price.. I argued that they advertise the 5 year warranty as " FREE" so how can that be compared against the price at another retailer if it's called a " PRICE MATCH" not " PRICE AND ANYTHING EWE GIVE AWAY MATCH" . That's one for trading standards but I was just testing the water so not ar*ed... Could be that stock is low after the price dropped to £1499, so if demand is still high up goes the price..

SAMSUNG ue50mu6120 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £449 @ RLR
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SAMSUNG ue50mu6120 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £449 @ RLR
Probably everyone knows the specs by now (lots of posts for same TV) Series Samsung MU6120 Screen technology LED edgelit 4K HDR Yes Screen size 50" Resolution … Read more

RGB or proper 4K and HDR?


That's incorrect, it does supporting dithering.


This is 8bit btw not even 8+frc


£429 cheaper at co-op ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-UE50MU6120-50-4K-Ultra-HD-Smart-LED-TV-in-Black-Integrated-Wifi-/162709854891?&clk_rvr_id=1392837841679&rmvSB=true


You can place order and price match if cheaper within 28 days after buying

SAMSUNG UE40MU6120 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV at RLR Distribution for £339
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SAMSUNG UE40MU6120 40" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV at RLR Distribution for £339
one of best spec TV...before you buy it from here you can always ask John Lewis to match the price as they have reduced the same model price to 349 to match up with Amazon and AO..… Read more

Ill rather pay the extra and have the TV with John lewis, A great price for a great TV. HEAT


john lewis wont price match iv asked them


Am i correct this is the best 40inch tv around? Or is their something better out in the UK... Panasonic TX40EX700B


Apart from the fact, it has 984 million more colours!


I played some 4k hdr videos off youtube and it looks amazing. When you view the tvs in john lewis, its deceiving because it depends on the content each tv is showing.

Samsung UE49MU7000 with 2% quidco - £795 @ RLR Distribution
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Samsung UE49MU7000 with 2% quidco - £795 @ RLR Distribution
I was looking to replace my 5 year old Sammy with a newer 4k version, and my budget was about £800 but I found this little gem just under that mark. Hope it helps someone.

ah if so, pavel76's deal is much better!


Over £499


I think that code only works on TVs worth mnore than 1k


£764.10 at Currys with LSTV10A code


worth waiting about a month for the best deals of the year on TVs, and using the John Lewis price match to ensure you get the black Friday deals even cheaper.

LG OLED65E6V 65" inc 3D - £3099 @ RLR Distribution
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LG OLED65E6V 65" inc 3D - £3099 @ RLR Distribution
Looking around for a good OLED deal and with the 2017 range now excluding 3D. This may be a decent deal whilst U.K. Stock lasts for a 3D OLED 4K 10bit screen. I'm so tempted, thou… Read more

Wow the Tv prices are dropping, especially on the Currys Bank Holiday offer, just shame its C. C £2,600 E £3,200 G £3,500 Now if you are getting E, may as well pay extra for the G. However is the G worth £900 more than the C? Just unsure I could live with the curve, though I have seen a few reviews where people say it's only slight. Just wish the C was a flat screen at that price. Could then argue the £900 left over could go towards an amp and speakers.....hmmm?


But this is a significant price reduction and it is a site for highlighting the cheapest price available, it is the whole point of the site so both your points are moot. Just because it's £3k does not make it a bad deal, there will have been many people watching the prices of OLED's in this bracket and using sites such as this to find the best deals.


There may be good TV's @ £1500 but OLED is another level. The 3D on these OLED's is so much better than the competition, that you are comparing watching 3D for half an hour and getting a headache to watching for entire evening without any issue. If you are into 3D, these OLED's are worth every penny, (especially as this is the last chance to buy them.)


This large tv is busting with 3D tech. Seeing is believing. Bags of fun and once tweaked and unwrapped, tit will look great in any room and provide hours of fun. In a Tom Cruise voice now "Shooow meee the votes!"


This isn't just a direct reply to you, as I'm open for discussion and everyone has the right to put their piece forward. To use another analogy; If I posted a Audi R8 brand new for £50k so well under half the original selling point. Would this not be classed as a deal? Or the fact you could just get a Audi TT for a lot less than that as they are similar, it would no longer be a deal? Or still using a car scenario...A Ford Focus RS for £15k brand new, again less than half the amount. Would that still be classed as a cold deal as you can get a focus or many other brands of cars for significantly less? Pair of brand new Levi's for £20.....Nope...George do em for a tenner...very similar...cold deal!? Where is the price bracket rated, for when something isn't a deal or is. What I posted was over twice as much 12 moths ago. It also has features that are omitted going forward. Arguably the top in its class. The cheapest place to get said product is the cheapest by over 10% in most cases. I think I defended the post enough and all have their own views. Just a shame I didn't find Uncharted 4 for the PS4 with another 20p knocked off from last weeks find.....maybe then it would have been deal of the day!? Anyways, thanks for everyone's input, don't mean it in a serious way, just confuses me sometimes how some things can be scorching and others cold. I mean, no2 spot today goes to a post with some discounted lingerie and then it's classed as an amazing deal.....really....should I have included a half naked woman laid across a Tv stand to get my vote count up.....jeeez....ha ha