SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV with 5 Years Warranty  £1169.98  Currys with code
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SAMSUNG UE65KS9000 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 65” Curved LED TV with 5 Years Warranty £1169.98 Currys with code

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fo_sho_yo

If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably … If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably afford to pay full price rather than waiting until it's on sale.



From that post, I am assuming you really don't understand the point of this site.
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Insane price!!

Couldnt justify spending this amount on a tele but great deal. Heat!!

£1299.98 on site?

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gibblesuk

£1299.98 on site?


You have missed code

wild goose chase. all ex display stock instores. and they wouldn't sky then off display. cold for me

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gordondr1980

wild goose chase. all ex display stock instores. and they wouldn't sky … wild goose chase. all ex display stock instores. and they wouldn't sky then off display. cold for me


Free delivery ???

After watching this at a relatives house I must say WOW, even my wife was like that is VERY good. I think the quick demo in various department stores does not do this justice, i guess all the shop lighting and distractions ruin it ???

Any hot hot if you have the money and not recently upgraded to a 6 series (moi)

Excellent price for this bit of kit. Curved though, eew.

It was this or the C6V. I purchased this in the end. 10" bigger and a couple of a hundred quid cheaper certainly made this that much more enticing.

Amazing price for a superb screen.

If only I could fit in somewhere

Good price if you get a good un

Seriously great deal!!!!

cray cray price. shame its curved

Excellent deal, HOT

£50 tcb

I literally checked my euromillions lottery ticket hoping I had won enough to buy this

Nice price, although LED is going to have to come down in price if it wants to compete with superior OLED.

ro53ben

Nice price, although LED is going to have to come down in price if it … Nice price, although LED is going to have to come down in price if it wants to compete with superior OLED.



Samsung ​quantom dot is competing with OLED, some reviews are saying it's a better picture

woolymammoth8606

Samsung quantom dot is competing with OLED, some reviews are saying it's … Samsung quantom dot is competing with OLED, some reviews are saying it's a better picture


It's not I assure you it's good but not oled good

ro53ben

Nice price, although LED is going to have to come down in price if it … Nice price, although LED is going to have to come down in price if it wants to compete with superior OLED.



No doubt OLED is great but the prices are astronomical. ...

This TV - a great top end TV - is 'only' £1,200 !!!!

It's a fantastic price for an amazing 65" TV

Whilst it's not fair to compare this against an OLED (which is better), there are a few things worth considering;

1) This is an absolutely fantastic price for one of the best 65" TVs around. 5 years warranty too!!!
2) Given OLED is fairly new (ish), we're paying a premium for OLED.
3) In my opinion, if comparing with OLED, I'd say you're getting more/better TV here per £ than OLED.

I've decided to take the leap on this one. The quality is amazing and I'd be more than happy to view this TV for the next 4-5 years whilst OLED technology matures and prices drop.

Thanks for sharing pavel76.

You're paying a premium for OLED, not because it's new but because it's better.

No doubt this is considerably better value than OLED, this is an amazing price for a 65" HDR TV, but it should be a good value price given the dated technology.

Ordered, cheers mate had eye on this one for a long time. Nearly jumped at weekend, Crampton and Moore were flogging it for 1700 with a 4k blu ray. I was going to buy a Scorpio anyway, this saving pays for it!

Could probably sell on my 12 month old LG OLED 55'', get this and have some change left over and that's why this is a great deal. OLED is great but as an overall package the quality skews the pricing so much that many would ''make do'' with the Samsung set.

how are people buying i keep getting this error when i enter code for the last house
"Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."

BTW - a quick bit of input about curved...it can create some really odd reflections on the screen, depending what is behind you. In my case, it really helped. With my old flat TV sets, I could always see a reflection of the table lamp over my right shoulder. It was generally OK but on darker scenes could be a little bit annoying. When I went curved, the reflection on the screen changed completely - I could no longer see the lamp, nor the reflections of the Christmas tree lights I normally get once a year.

For others, however, it made it worse. Things that they couldn't see before, suddenly became visible. It's like watching TV in a ladies' compact mirror.

I didn't buy curved through choice, it was oddly just cheaper than the flat TV at the time I purchased, but was a bonus that it fixed my reflection issues. Others may not be so lucky.

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kingbeanio

how are people buying i keep getting this error when i enter code for the … how are people buying i keep getting this error when i enter code for the last house "Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."


Code still working - just checked again ! Who expired this deal ???

kingbeanio

how are people buying i keep getting this error when i enter code for the … how are people buying i keep getting this error when i enter code for the last house "Sorry! That promotional code is not valid."


Try another browser safari won't work for me puffin does

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the.porter

Try another browser safari won't work for me puffin does


Code worked on my mobile 2 min. ago when checked again...
Edited by: "pavel76" 24th May

Corking price! Shame it's the curved one though, the KS8000 would have been better.

Are these still in stock? I wanted to purchase one a little later during lunch time as Im at work

Thanks worked, lol i typed the code in manually instead of copy and paste.
i went through quidco, so will get them to price guarantee topcashback, so hopefully i should get more than £70 cashback

So wished I needed to upgrade my TV!!!

Personally - and I know each to their own - when viewing in the shop I found the curved KS9000 to give better viewing angles than the flat KS8000.....

To me, the flat screen looked a little washed out at angles whereas the curved didn't. ......

But I do appreciate there's a strong dislike of curved tv's....

If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably afford to pay full price rather than waiting until it's on sale.

fo_sho_yo

If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably … If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably afford to pay full price rather than waiting until it's on sale.



From that post, I am assuming you really don't understand the point of this site.

Im still torn between flat and curved screens. I'd pay a smidge more for a flat one as its just my comfort zone.

A question for anyone out there who owns/experienced a curved screen, does it really add/detract or make no difference to the experience?

Thank you

fo_sho_yo

If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably … If you have this amount of money to spend on a TV, you could probably afford to pay full price rather than waiting until it's on sale.



Some people will pay a lot for a ford focus....

Others will buy a cheap Fiesta.

It's all relative and £1,200 may seem a lot for a TV.....

But some people pay more than that in a year for Sky TV....

This TV (and its not just any TV) will last at least 6 years....

Great value - pound per TV, at this price it's the best out there. ... (originally it was £2,799!)

Fantastic reviews.

It's a shame I don't need an upgrade. .....

FrugalFergal

Im still torn between flat and curved screens. I'd pay a smidge more for … Im still torn between flat and curved screens. I'd pay a smidge more for a flat one as its just my comfort zone.A question for anyone out there who owns/experienced a curved screen, does it really add/detract or make no difference to the experience? Thank you



See my post #34

I found the curved to be better in the shop.

No experience at home but ro53ben at post #27 preferred it at home. ....

Test it out in a shop and see what you think?

p.s. all the jargon about curved giving you a cinema experience (because the curve 'wraps' around you) is nonsense! !!

You only get that if you're about 3 or 4 ft away from the screen!! Whilst the tv will still be crystal clear at that distance it's unrealistic as you all can't sit in the same spot!!

I like the look of the curve, and from what I've seen it certainly does NOT detract at all.

Possibly adds by better viewing angles. But that's subjective. ...
Edited by: "Kenp8257" 24th May
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