Roku Premiere 4K UHD Streaming Media Player, Quad-Core Processor, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, and IR Remote (Certified Refurbished) - £45.23 @ Amazon US - Sold by MallStop and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Roku Premiere 4K UHD Streaming Media Player, Quad-Core Processor, Dual-Band Wi-Fi, and IR Remote (Certified Refurbished) - £45.23 @ Amazon US - Sold by MallStop and Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Found 10th Jul
Not Available in UK

Perfect for HD and 4K Ultra HD TVs, features fast quad-core processor and 802.11ac dual-band wireless.
4K Ultra HD with four times the resolution of 1080p HD, delivers crisp detail and brilliant, life-like images.
Easy access to 450,000+ movies and TV episodes across 4,500+ channels, including Netflix, Video, Hulu, and PBS KIDS.
Unbiased search across top channels.
Roku mobile app on your iOS or Android phone for handy voice search, sharing photos, private listening with headphones, and more.

7 Comments

Wouldnt there be import duties to pay on this?

Why post a deal for something that says not available in UK?

it seems , it can be shipped . At least the first page says so

I can confirm they work fine in this country (if they can indeed be shipped). They come with a US plug, so you need a US-UK adapter (not a power converter. It works without issue on our voltage) Great device, especially at this price. Consider though that you can't use Amazon in this country (you can subscribe to a US Amazon Prime Video account though) but other streaming services work fine, including Netflix. No iPlayer though, last time I checked.

I am sure I read in the past there was a way to buy from Amazon.com so you pay the tax now so do not get stung at customs but I cannot find how to do it now..

The tax is never the expensive thing it's the £8 charge Royal Mail adds ontop of the tax to do you the service of adding tax onto it.

I would buy this in an instant if there was a way I could find to pay the tax now so it flies through customs without any hitches.

garryallen

I can confirm they work fine in this country (if they can indeed be … I can confirm they work fine in this country (if they can indeed be shipped). They come with a US plug, so you need a US-UK adapter (not a power converter. It works without issue on our voltage) Great device, especially at this price. Consider though that you can't use Amazon in this country (you can subscribe to a US Amazon Prime Video account though) but other streaming services work fine, including Netflix. No iPlayer though, last time I checked.


I thought Rokus apps and content only depend on where you register it/where the credit card is located?

Anthonyuk10th Jul

I am sure I read in the past there was a way to buy from Amazon.com so you …I am sure I read in the past there was a way to buy from Amazon.com so you pay the tax now so do not get stung at customs but I cannot find how to do it now..The tax is never the expensive thing it's the £8 charge Royal Mail adds ontop of the tax to do you the service of adding tax onto it.I would buy this in an instant if there was a way I could find to pay the tax now so it flies through customs without any hitches.



stoneblade10th Jul

Wouldnt there be import duties to pay on this?


See product listing on Amazon.com, importing process beautifully explained - another show of Amazon excellence.
garryallen10th Jul

I can confirm they work fine in this country (if they can indeed be …I can confirm they work fine in this country (if they can indeed be shipped). They come with a US plug, so you need a US-UK adapter (not a power converter. It works without issue on our voltage) Great device, especially at this price. Consider though that you can't use Amazon in this country (you can subscribe to a US Amazon Prime Video account though) but other streaming services work fine, including Netflix. No iPlayer though, last time I checked.



Thanks for your useful comment. I also think it's a great deal, reviews are magnificent in US. Why in U.K. Roku only sells 2 & 3 (HD)? they must be losing a lot of customers to Fire TV 4K (almost same price). Amazing job by Amazon guys of explaining the import duties thing.
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