Samsung UE49KU6500 49" Curved 4k Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with WiFi £659.96 @ QVC (Also on 4 easy payments of £164.99) FREE P&P.
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Samsung UE49KU6500 49" Curved 4k Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with WiFi £659.96 @ QVC (Also on 4 easy payments of £164.99) FREE P&P.

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Found 16th Oct 2016Made hot 16th Oct 2016
Seems a good price, and a bit easier on try before you buy with easy pay.

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richer sounds have the same tv for £10 more but you get a 6 year warranty

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stoddie

richer sounds have the same tv for £10 more but you get a 6 year warranty



To be honest, i dont think theres a current TV that wont last 5-10 years anyway, and you have the option of spreading the cost with QVC, and sending it back after 30 days no questions asked if it aint for you! Risk free shopping.

John LEWIS have this tele(5 year warranty). Plus a curved soundbar with wireless sub & multiroom (and a 12 month deezer sub) for £968

linky

Or just the tele for £10 more.



Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 16th Oct 2016

DarrylJohn

John LEWIS have this tele(5 year warranty). Plus a soundbar with wireless … John LEWIS have this tele(5 year warranty). Plus a soundbar with wireless sub & multiform (and a 12 month deezer sub) for £968linky



Bargain!*

*not

ezzer72

Bargain!**not



Not so much bundled. But for less than a tenner... I'd go 5 year warranty on its own. John Lewis CS is largely unrivalled. (Amazon being the only exception)

If you class this as hot, and you're buying one... check to see someone else in the family wants one.(if easy payments is up your street) John Lewis do 0% interest on purchases above £1000. Get a year to pay it back.. with peace of mind on warranty to boot. Ofc, could get a good credit card which would do this on a single purchase.

Edited by: "DarrylJohn" 16th Oct 2016

ONE payment of £164.99 wouldn't be easy for me.

U.K. Mainland only sadly
I'm in ni I'm out but look good

Qvc are good ... Get this tv now and you can send it back (they pick it up) full refund no quibble untill the 25th of January .. Just like borrowing it for 3-4 months

Curved tv, i cant believe people are buying this joke. Tv never intended to represent reality, but with this one will be much easier to fool you further down the line.

Banana vision technology

NASAareLAIRS

Curved tv, i cant believe people are buying this joke. Tv never intended … Curved tv, i cant believe people are buying this joke. Tv never intended to represent reality, but with this one will be much easier to fool you further down the line.



If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the eye works. If you sit central in front of the Tv at the recommended distance - every point on that screen will be the exact same distance from your eyes. Meaning that when you focus on one part of the screen - you focus on it all giving you a more enjoyable and relaxing experience. https://s3.yimg.com/bt/api/res/1.2/OtJ1U24VIsXxnlnNFAOJLg--/YXBwaWQ9eW5ld3NfbGVnbztxPTg1O3c9NjMw/http://l.yimg.com/os/publish-images/shopping/2015-08-18/e4bc7150-45cf-11e5-ac3d-1fc4081ac35c_samsung-curved-tv-hero-image.jpg

janchee

If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the … If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the eye works. If you sit central in front of the Tv at the recommended distance - every point on that screen will be the exact same distance from your eyes. Meaning that when you focus on one part of the screen - you focus on it all giving you a more enjoyable and relaxing experience.



So you can't watch it as a family? You can't all sit directly in front with equidistant viewing

janchee

If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the … If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the eye works. If you sit central in front of the Tv at the recommended distance - every point on that screen will be the exact same distance from your eyes. Meaning that when you focus on one part of the screen - you focus on it all giving you a more enjoyable and relaxing experience.



Because we're all sitting there like that.....

This TV isn't anywhere close to that size. Curved TV's are a faddy gimmick that even other TV manufacturers have dismissed. Can't wait for them to straighten up again. Yes yes "your eyes are curved see, yes? Oooooh!" No. I mean why not just have a circular ring TV, cos you do tend to end up looking 360 degrees around you, right? And how many 3D TV's showed up at CES this year.....
They're fooling no one. Well except the easily fooled.

wouldn't mind if it were £500... nothing more!

and UE50KU6000 for £449.10 at argos with code TV10

so tell me which is more value for money?

janchee

If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the … If you set it up correctly - it's brilliant. Think about it and how the eye works. If you sit central in front of the Tv at the recommended distance - every point on that screen will be the exact same distance from your eyes. Meaning that when you focus on one part of the screen - you focus on it all giving you a more enjoyable and relaxing experience.



​Have you been chatting to a Comet/Currys salesman? X)

Well I bought this to when it first came out and the curved picture is brilliant. Paid £850. So it's s good deal for the price. Haters gonna hate.

Anecdotal evidence, but I bought a brand new Sony KDL-40W705B from John Lewis in 2014. 14 months later the right side of the panel failed. Warranty replacement through John Lewis was very easy and convenient. It's a great TV with great reviews, but it happens.

bseal1947

So you can't watch it as a family? You can't all sit directly in front … So you can't watch it as a family? You can't all sit directly in front with equidistant viewing



It depends on your set up. If you're a family going for a curve under 65" where you need a wider viewing angle than 35 deg then don't. They won't suit you.

If your set up is directly in front of the Tv then buy a curve more than 65" to see the benefits.

They're good and bad like flat screens, but doesn't mean that it won't be a good set up for the right person.

I guess my first question would be...what's the radius of curvature? That's how far away you'd have to sit.
Secondly my right eye and left eye are not ever going to be the same distance from the screen in any position other than the straight ahead primary position. If you're recommending moving my head left and right so I'm always looking 'straight' at the bit of TV I'm viewing, my response is 'that's never going to happen'.
If you are a head shaking TV viewer. on a 65 inch screen you'll miss stuff on the other side of the screen - our peripheral vision just ain't that good.
So buy a curve because it's pretty and im0ressive looking technology, but don't tell me it's better by design that a flat (which will obviously be like-for like-for cheaper).

teng

Qvc are good ... Get this tv now and you can send it back (they pick it … Qvc are good ... Get this tv now and you can send it back (they pick it up) full refund no quibble untill the 25th of January .. Just like borrowing it for 3-4 months


Bad Karma!

shame it's not the quantum dot technology one they are selling at present.

Elevation

Because we're all sitting there like that.....This TV isn't anywhere … Because we're all sitting there like that.....This TV isn't anywhere close to that size. Curved TV's are a faddy gimmick that even other TV manufacturers have dismissed. Can't wait for them to straighten up again. Yes yes "your eyes are curved see, yes? Oooooh!" No. I mean why not just have a circular ring TV, cos you do tend to end up looking 360 degrees around you, right? And how many 3D TV's showed up at CES this year.....They're fooling no one. Well except the easily fooled.



Absolutely right.

Elevation

Because we're all sitting there like that.....This TV isn't anywhere … Because we're all sitting there like that.....This TV isn't anywhere close to that size. Curved TV's are a faddy gimmick that even other TV manufacturers have dismissed. Can't wait for them to straighten up again. Yes yes "your eyes are curved see, yes? Oooooh!" No. I mean why not just have a circular ring TV, cos you do tend to end up looking 360 degrees around you, right? And how many 3D TV's showed up at CES this year.....They're fooling no one. Well except the easily fooled.



​Someone wishes they had a curved tv

Considered this - but I don't see a curve being worth £70 extra... going to get the KU6400 for £599. Same TV - just flat.
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