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Samsung UE40D6100 40" Ultra Slim Smart 3D LED TV.Free 5 year warranty,2 Free Pairs of 3D Glasses £665.18 @ Robert Whyte
Samsung UE40D6100 40" Ultra Slim Smart 3D LED TV.Free 5 year warranty,2 Free Pairs of 3D Glasses  £665.18 @ Robert Whyte

Samsung UE40D6100 40" Ultra Slim Smart 3D LED TV.Free 5 year warranty,2 Free Pairs of 3D Glasses £665.18 @ Robert Whyte

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Using voucher code "1824" gets you 3% off, standard delivery is £24.99 (steep!) so total comes to £665.18. With 5 year warranty and 2 free glasses its ready to go 3d tv. Deal says TODAY only, think it refers to the voucher.

Features

Ultra Slim LED TV

200Hz CMR

3D

Smart TV

4 HDMI

AllShare

Ultra Clear Panel

PVR

USB 2.0 Movie

Freeview HD

14 Comments

Is it this one? If so, cheaper at Amazon.

Ah, didn't see the rest of the freebies.


Banned

Read the reviews for robert whyte before you buy

I am soooooooooooo tempted-heat added-5 year warranty a huge plus!

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horacevankhute

Read the reviews for robert whyte before you buy



yeah i dont know them myself, are they banned on here?

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Monkey nuts 2

Is it this … Is it this [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FSamsung-UE40D6100-Widescreen-Internet-Freeview%2Fdp%2FB004TB4XFO%2Fref%3Dsr_1_1%3Fie%3DUTF8%26qid%3D1308138820%26sr%3D8-1]one[/url]? If so, cheaper at Amazon.Ah, didn't see the rest of the freebies.



yeah thats the one, im deciding between this and the 6510/30 but they are about £100 more and no free glasses

flyingteddy

yeah i dont know them myself, are they banned on here?



They're based in Glasgow. I bought a panel off them years ago when they 1st game out. 2 of them in a row were faulty (not their fault) but had a little difficulty getting eventual refund.

They specialise in tvs though, so the staff are pretty knowledgeable.

People on AV FORUMS and What Hifi have had problems with returns from this company, I wouldnt buy from them

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canada16

People on AV FORUMS and What Hifi have had problems with returns from … People on AV FORUMS and What Hifi have had problems with returns from this company, I wouldnt buy from them



Being that I'm not far too Glasgow its reassuring I could just drive there and return it but fair enough customer service is a factor and I'm not against paying more for something from a reliable retailer.

Good find

Currys & John Lewis + others (£799)TV are doing this TV, get them to Price match

flyingteddy

yeah thats the one, im deciding between this and the 6510/30 but they are … yeah thats the one, im deciding between this and the 6510/30 but they are about £100 more and no free glasses



The 6510 is about £730 at Amazon, without the extras. I've been tracking that and the 6530 for a while too and the prices are dropping fast.

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anil2

The 6510 is about £730 at Amazon, without the extras. I've been tracking … The 6510 is about £730 at Amazon, without the extras. I've been tracking that and the 6530 for a while too and the prices are dropping fast.



its the 2 free glasses and warranty that peaked my attention . but if you looked at their site they do offer the 37D6510/30 and 40D6510/30 for £709.99 and £769.99 respectively but with delivery at £29.99 its maybe not that great a deal. the 3% off helps cover delivery almost.

flyingteddy

its the 2 free glasses and warranty that peaked my attention . but if you … its the 2 free glasses and warranty that peaked my attention . but if you looked at their site they do offer the 37D6510/30 and 40D6510/30 for £709.99 and £769.99 respectively but with delivery at £29.99 its maybe not that great a deal. the 3% off helps cover delivery almost.



Yeah the extras make it tempting but there the entry level glasses worth about £40. I was planning on getting the thin and light mid range glasses worth £60. Far more comfortable and you can charge them wirelessly

Original Poster

anil2

Yeah the extras make it tempting but there the entry level glasses worth … Yeah the extras make it tempting but there the entry level glasses worth about £40. I was planning on getting the thin and light mid range glasses worth £60. Far more comfortable and you can charge them wirelessly



yeah i wasnt clear on which ones you get free, I assumed it was the cheapest ones they sell, the SSG3100, is that right?

flyingteddy

yeah i wasnt clear on which ones you get free, I assumed it was the … yeah i wasnt clear on which ones you get free, I assumed it was the cheapest ones they sell, the SSG3100, is that right?



Yeah there the bulky battery ones.
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