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Samsung QE55Q60R 55" QLED 4K UHD HDR TV £686 @ eBuyer
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Samsung QE55Q60R 55" QLED 4K UHD HDR TV £686 @ eBuyer

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Posted 2nd Oct

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QLED 55 Inch Screen
Resolution: 3840 x 2160 4K UHD
HDR10+
Smart TV
100% Colour Volume

Cheapest I have seen this tv. Comes with the smart remote.
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100% Colour Volume

Samsung's QLED is certified to deliver 100% colour volume. QLED technology, unlike others, is able to transform light into breath-taking colour without degradation over time.

Quantum Processor 4K

Relax with a TV that adapts to give you the very best 4K picture, targeted sound and personalised TV recommendations. Experience a smarter way to watch and enjoy TV. Save time searching with intuitive voice assistance and control your compatible smart devices and home appliances from the comfort of your sofa.

4K AI Upscaling

AI Upscaling makes a world of difference. QLED uses AI-powered machine learning to reduce image noise, restore lost detail, and even sharpen edges around objects and text. Now you can enjoy your content at near 4K resolution.

Q HDR

Discover what's lurking in the shadows of a horror movie or witness the true beauty of a sun-filled landscape scene.


Game Enhancer

Stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game. Never miss an overtaking move in your favourite racing game thanks to incredibly low lag rates. Lose yourself in a fantasy world with optimal picture quality. And never worry about any of this with the AI 4K Processor doing all the thinking for you.


No more blank screen

Turn your TV screen into a decorative feature, displaying useful information, your own photos or by blending it into your surroundings. Just take a picture, upload it to your TV and blend it into your décor making the big blank screen a thing of the past.


Interact and control your TV with your voice

Bixby is an intelligent assistant that can help you manage your TV and home.


Intelligent Home

Connect and control your compatible smart devices and home appliances from your sofa. Works with Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connect through SmartThings.


Minimal design, maximum impact

TV design should not distract you from your shows. QLED's minimal design features slim bezels that focus your eyes on the picture, pulling you in so you see what's really important.


All your content and connected devices in one place

Enjoy simple, sleek and intuitive control of everything from one remote. It comes in a premium metallic finish and allows you to access all your content and connected devices in one place. You're only ever 3 clicks from your favourite shows.


Less time searching and more time watching

Finally, a TV with everything in one place. Our Universal Guide recommends popular shows and content tailored just for you, meaning you can watch more of what you love.


The Google Assistant

QLED works with the Google Assistant to make your life easier. Change channels, adjust the volume, control playback and more with just your voice.


Amazon Alexa

QLED works with Alexa so your life just got simpler. It's easy to connect your Alexa-enabled devices. With QLED's compatibility, have Alexa turn on your TV, change channels, control volume, and more.


AirPlay 2

QLED now works with Apple for the first time ever. With AirPlay 2 built in, you can stream or share content from Apple devices to the big screen. Effortlessly play videos, music, photos and more from your iPhone, iPad and Mac on your QLED.

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Personally for this much money I'd pass still. Peak brightness being low and no local or full array dimming feels a hard buy to justify for 700.

Heat for the price still.
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Ohh been looking for a while think I’m going to bite for this one great find
Looks like 5 years warranty too. Ebuyer hasn't got the greatest reputation for warranties though to say the least. Anyone got any recent experience of them?
guarantee ? Bought Samsung 55” with 5 years guarantee ...had screen bleed was fixed.. cost would have
been around £600. Without the guarantee would have had to scrap ( tv was under 2 years old)
Besides that the QELD sounds a good price
fyi...did not buy from Ebuyer.....comment just general
Edited by: "rugbyboyroy" 2nd Oct
Have a 55 samsung that had to have a new screen after 18 months because of failed led backlights .Great tv otherwise and this looks a bargain but wouldnt touch without at least 5 year warranty from john lewis or 6 from richer sounds .
Edited by: "mikeportsmouth" 2nd Oct
Jimmyboy02/10/2019 08:16

Looks like 5 years warranty too. Ebuyer hasn't got the greatest reputation …Looks like 5 years warranty too. Ebuyer hasn't got the greatest reputation for warranties though to say the least. Anyone got any recent experience of them?


I don't have experience with eBuyer warranty claims, but I would recommend paying with a credit card. To ensure you at least get Section 75 cover in the event eBuyer fail to meet thier obligation.
John Lewis and Richer Sounds both over £800. They may price match. I don't think John Lewis would though as ebuyer is online only with no shop
Personally for this much money I'd pass still. Peak brightness being low and no local or full array dimming feels a hard buy to justify for 700.

Heat for the price still.
This has been discussed in other threads but if you have access to student beans or some employee portal, you can get it from samsung direct with free 5 years warranty at a cost of £651.75.
Bought a NU8000 55 last Xmas on that cheap Samsung shop deal,it's been good ish,but the VA panel has worse viewing angles than I expected.Im not even in a wide seating position in my flat.,slightly of to the side and it washes out,maybe I was spoilt with my old plasma.

So question ,are these QLEDs better for angles? As looking to change it out,anyone had the same experience and can advise?
nekoangel02/10/2019 09:14

Personally for this much money I'd pass still. Peak brightness being low …Personally for this much money I'd pass still. Peak brightness being low and no local or full array dimming feels a hard buy to justify for 700. Heat for the price still.


I wonder what percentage of people know what that means?
reckoning02/10/2019 14:40

I wonder what percentage of people know what that means?


Hopefully enough.
nekoangel02/10/2019 14:53

Hopefully enough.


Are there enough people who care that much about HDR content which is pretty rare also? People 'into' TV's maybe so, but I don't think for £600 odd quid for it really matters imo. This is probably the cheapest QLED I've ever seen, so to expect them to not have cut corners for that price is a little bit silly, even if it retails for £800ish normally.
Edited by: "reckoning" 2nd Oct
Howard_Keith02/10/2019 13:14

This has been discussed in other threads but if you have access to student …This has been discussed in other threads but if you have access to student beans or some employee portal, you can get it from samsung direct with free 5 years warranty at a cost of £651.75.


That's great thanks for that!
reckoning02/10/2019 14:40

I wonder what percentage of people know what that means?


most haven't got a clue... average consumers, like for me.. this isn't even worth looking at , either oled or fald for me
reckoning02/10/2019 14:59

Are there enough people who care that much about HDR content which is …Are there enough people who care that much about HDR content which is pretty rare also? People 'into' TV's maybe so, but I don't think for £600 odd quid for it really matters imo. This is probably the cheapest QLED I've ever seen, so to expect them to not have cut corners for that price is a little bit silly, even if it retails for £800ish normally.


I wasn't questioning any of this in my original opinion. I guess I'm saying in basic terms you can probably do what this TV does or close to for less money. And for a little more money better.

I've given the deal heat and said its not for me.
misiokicio02/10/2019 15:08

most haven't got a clue... average consumers, like for me.. this …most haven't got a clue... average consumers, like for me.. this isn't even worth looking at , either oled or fald for me


Same.
QLED is fantastic, I own a ks9000, well worth the extra cash, until OLED is more refined and affordable
Great TV, shit company. Buy on credit card. If they are offering a 1 year warranty then don't buy.
MRCAW02/10/2019 13:43

Bought a NU8000 55 last Xmas on that cheap Samsung shop deal,it's been …Bought a NU8000 55 last Xmas on that cheap Samsung shop deal,it's been good ish,but the VA panel has worse viewing angles than I expected.Im not even in a wide seating position in my flat.,slightly of to the side and it washes out,maybe I was spoilt with my old plasma.So question ,are these QLEDs better for angles? As looking to change it out,anyone had the same experience and can advise?


Yes the more expensive ones are. Don't think this one is though, pretty much the same as the NU8000/ RU8000.

OLED are best for viewing angles followed by IPS sets but you get poorer contrast with those.

rtings.com/tv/…gle

Rtings actually gives a better score to the NU8000 than this TV, 5.3 versus 5.1.

If you need a TV with a good viewing angle but can't afford an OLED then you probably need an IPS with good dimming. Last year's Panasonic FX750 (49", 55" and 65" models) had good dimming but still didn't have as good blacks/ contrast as TVs with VA panels. It depends on your priority really.

Since the Panasonic equivalent model from this year is VA you'd probably have to look at the LG NanoCell TVs for the best dimming on IPS sets this year.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 2nd Oct
Price is showing 839.99 plus del
Not this price
IkkyPatel02/10/2019 16:16

Price is showing 839.99 plus del


Yea I tried to order but no discount will be added
Its a joke cheaper at crampton and moore with 10% discount bring it down to £782 still too much ill wait till black friday
Edited by: "IkkyPatel" 2nd Oct
Cremoso9902/10/2019 16:16

Yes the more expensive ones are. Don't think this one is though, pretty …Yes the more expensive ones are. Don't think this one is though, pretty much the same as the NU8000/ RU8000.OLED are best for viewing angles followed by IPS sets but you get poorer contrast with those.https://www.rtings.com/tv/tests/picture-quality/viewing-angleRtings actually gives a better score to the NU8000 than this TV, 5.3 versus 5.1.If you need a TV with a good viewing angle but can't afford an OLED then you probably need an IPS with good dimming. Last year's Panasonic FX750 (49", 55" and 65" models) had good dimming but still didn't have as good blacks/ contrast as TVs with VA panels. It depends on your priority really.Since the Panasonic equivalent model from this year is VA you'd probably have to look at the LG NanoCell TVs for the best dimming on IPS sets this year.


Thanks for that information,I'll give this a miss,never thought about a Panasonic & my plasma was one! I'll check that model out,I watch a lot of TV at night,the NU does perform well in the dark just the viewing angles,also the local dimming is not great,it lights the room up on some scenes & with subtitles.,can't turn it off,only put it to low.

Would love OLED,but it's the price,my budget is around £750.

Thanks for the links and help!
Q70r for 900 through unidays is defo the best choice
Edited by: "Joe88m" 2nd Oct
MRCAW02/10/2019 13:43

Bought a NU8000 55 last Xmas on that cheap Samsung shop deal,it's been …Bought a NU8000 55 last Xmas on that cheap Samsung shop deal,it's been good ish,but the VA panel has worse viewing angles than I expected.Im not even in a wide seating position in my flat.,slightly of to the side and it washes out,maybe I was spoilt with my old plasma.So question ,are these QLEDs better for angles? As looking to change it out,anyone had the same experience and can advise?


You will find the NU8000 is actually better than this all round.
In fact all of last years models are better than the equivalent model from this year until you get to a Q80. The Q80 upwards have the best viewing angles available.
Joe88m02/10/2019 17:13

Q70r for 900 through unidays is defo the best choice


The Q80 is well worth the extra £100. It’s just out of stock at Samsung at the moment.
c.grex02/10/2019 17:51

The Q80 is well worth the extra £100. It’s just out of stock at Samsung at …The Q80 is well worth the extra £100. It’s just out of stock at Samsung at the moment.

I got the q70 first and sent it back for the q80 after a week and tbh the picture was better on the 70 especially in dark scenes only thing going for the 80 is the anti reflective coating but also that must come at a cost of lack of contrast so if you don't have alot of reflections defo go with the 70 the HDR seemed better on gaming aswell couldn't understand it myself but I have a big window in reflection so just stuck with it
Joe88m02/10/2019 17:56

I got the q70 first and sent it back for the q80 after a week and tbh the …I got the q70 first and sent it back for the q80 after a week and tbh the picture was better on the 70 especially in dark scenes only thing going for the 80 is the anti reflective coating but also that must come at a cost of lack of contrast so if you don't have alot of reflections defo go with the 70 the HDR seemed better on gaming aswell couldn't understand it myself but I have a big window in reflection so just stuck with it


Strange that, like you say maybe down to the reflective coating. Our room is very bright and will definitely benefit from the higher brightness of the Q80 and also the better viewing angles.
Bought last year's model of this TV for around 650 and didn't see it going any\much lower. Decent TV. Never going to be an oled but it's quick, bright and lots of smart features. Would have been disappointed if I had paid full price but for £6-700 I think this is a good deal
Edited by: "the_mercy_of_percy" 2nd Oct
c.grex02/10/2019 18:05

Strange that, like you say maybe down to the reflective coating. Our room …Strange that, like you say maybe down to the reflective coating. Our room is very bright and will definitely benefit from the higher brightness of the Q80 and also the better viewing angles.


All the reviews say much better contrast on the 70 just depends on what room you've got same spec picture both 48 dimming zones
Andyr33002/10/2019 15:40

QLED is fantastic, I own a ks9000, well worth the extra cash, until OLED …QLED is fantastic, I own a ks9000, well worth the extra cash, until OLED is more refined and affordable


I have the same TV bought it in 2016 and nothing compares to it for under 2k nowadays.
MRCAW02/10/2019 16:47

Thanks for that information,I'll give this a miss,never thought about a …Thanks for that information,I'll give this a miss,never thought about a Panasonic & my plasma was one! I'll check that model out,I watch a lot of TV at night,the NU does perform well in the dark just the viewing angles,also the local dimming is not great,it lights the room up on some scenes & with subtitles.,can't turn it off,only put it to low.Would love OLED,but it's the price,my budget is around £750.Thanks for the links and help!


If you watch a lot of TV at night then your TV will be better than the Panasonic and other IPS TVs, they are better for bright rooms and wider viewing angles.
Any good price for 43" version?
nekoangel02/10/2019 15:15

I wasn't questioning any of this in my original opinion. I guess I'm …I wasn't questioning any of this in my original opinion. I guess I'm saying in basic terms you can probably do what this TV does or close to for less money. And for a little more money better.I've given the deal heat and said its not for me.


No, I get that, but in my opinion it's absolutely fine and these minor things are not issues for most people.
This might sound foolish but the reason I am looking at a Samsung tv is the smart remote. No other manufacturers I can find have such a remote.
KarlTombling03/10/2019 09:55

This might sound foolish but the reason I am looking at a Samsung tv is …This might sound foolish but the reason I am looking at a Samsung tv is the smart remote. No other manufacturers I can find have such a remote.


What features does it have? You can get similar if you have Sky Q, or Amazon Firestick has voice search. Personally I have been using Harmony remotes for years which are great for controlling multiple devices plus lights etc
Jimmyboy03/10/2019 09:58

What features does it have? You can get similar if you have Sky Q, or …What features does it have? You can get similar if you have Sky Q, or Amazon Firestick has voice search. Personally I have been using Harmony remotes for years which are great for controlling multiple devices plus lights etc


I have a fire-stick remote. Don’t want to go back to using the old numbers buttons. The Samsung remove is similar to the fire-stick. Minimalist. Currently have my tv, fire-stick and sound bar remotes.
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