Seiki SE55FO07UK 55" Full HD TV £299.98 @ Ebuyer
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Seiki SE55FO07UK 55" Full HD TV £299.98 @ Ebuyer

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Edited by:"mel1408"Found 7th Dec
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My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.
I bought a Techwood 55" 1080P for £259 and it's brilliant.
1. Nobody uses the built in speakers on flat screen TV's of this size
2. Most of the stuff on Sky is still broadcast in 720P if you're lucky
3. Cheap 4k TV's have to (poorly) upscale most of their content which will look worse than native 1080 on this TV
4. It's under £300, adding 'just' an extra 50 or 100 to buy x y z model means it's no longer a hot deal
5. No matter what the brand on the telly chances are the panel comes from another manufacturer or yawn Vestel

stevieclose30 m ago

Bought 32 last year for bedroom cant say i would recommend, slow …Bought 32 last year for bedroom cant say i would recommend, slow unresponsive remote, wifi always disconnects and the smart side is awful compared my hisense in the living room on the other hand which is amazing



Why on earth would you need 32 of these for the bedroom? Is there any room left for a bed?!
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Thanks for the effort but this is cold 1080p on a 55 inch tv dont think so, there have been much better deal from better brands even slightly more expensive

Not bad would do a bedroom 😁 heat added

I have a 4K Seiki 42" which I bought last year, great TV. Use it as a bedroom TV almost daily, no dead pixels, and 4K looks great. Agree that 55" 1080p may not be good enough, but if this isn't your primary TV then there's nothing to worry about. 1080p on mine is fine.

not really a good deal sadly
you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded Toshiba 4k 55" tv

ismaildeals1239 m ago

not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded …not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded Toshiba 4k 55" tv


Where is that from please.

My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.
I bought a Techwood 55" 1080P for £259 and it's brilliant.
1. Nobody uses the built in speakers on flat screen TV's of this size
2. Most of the stuff on Sky is still broadcast in 720P if you're lucky
3. Cheap 4k TV's have to (poorly) upscale most of their content which will look worse than native 1080 on this TV
4. It's under £300, adding 'just' an extra 50 or 100 to buy x y z model means it's no longer a hot deal
5. No matter what the brand on the telly chances are the panel comes from another manufacturer or yawn Vestel

I bought this tv for £259 from an earlier HUKD deal. Had it for a year or so. Amazing value for money. It is a 2nd tv used mainly to keep the little one entertained whilst trying to feed her in true bad dad style - CBeebies rule and your life isnt complete without Duggie, Counting Numbers With Rod and of course Iggle Piggle & co, ha ha - and is hooked up to a PS4. Its a good 2nd tv for the price of an average 32in. Sound is terrible but just hook a cheap soundbar or speakers. Cant go wrong..

Cuddl3s2 h, 50 m ago

Thanks for the effort but this is cold 1080p on a 55 inch tv dont think …Thanks for the effort but this is cold 1080p on a 55 inch tv dont think so, there have been much better deal from better brands even slightly more expensive


LOL I had a 55 inch baird TV it heated the hole room and I could not turn off overscan on that TV so the picture was a little zoomed in all the time. most have an option for just scan so a computer would work on it. glad I sold that one.

ismaildeals1231 h, 51 m ago

not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded …not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded Toshiba 4k 55" tv


Could you post a link for that please.

This is a bargain great reviews

rcr1001 h, 32 m ago

I bought this tv for £259 from an earlier HUKD deal. Had it for a year or …I bought this tv for £259 from an earlier HUKD deal. Had it for a year or so. Amazing value for money. It is a 2nd tv used mainly to keep the little one entertained whilst trying to feed her in true bad dad style - CBeebies rule and your life isnt complete without Duggie, Counting Numbers With Rod and of course Iggle Piggle & co, ha ha - and is hooked up to a PS4. Its a good 2nd tv for the price of an average 32in. Sound is terrible but just hook a cheap soundbar or speakers. Cant go wrong..


Don't forget Bing.

The Cbeebies show obviously, not the Microsoft browser that everyone has forgotten about. But seriously it's great, Flop's parenting skills are very inspirational.

Bought 32 last year for bedroom cant say i would recommend, slow unresponsive remote, wifi always disconnects and the smart side is awful compared my hisense in the living room on the other hand which is amazing
Edited by: "stevieclose" 7th Dec

Haircut_10032 m ago

Don't forget Bing. The Cbeebies show obviously, not the Microsoft browser …Don't forget Bing. The Cbeebies show obviously, not the Microsoft browser that everyone has forgotten about. But seriously it's great, Flop's parenting skills are very inspirational.


Think they forgot about it because it was a search engine and still is. The browser, which may or may not have ever existed, would be immediately forgettable when you consider they had internet explorer and bing was their search engine.. anyhow.

stevieclose30 m ago

Bought 32 last year for bedroom cant say i would recommend, slow …Bought 32 last year for bedroom cant say i would recommend, slow unresponsive remote, wifi always disconnects and the smart side is awful compared my hisense in the living room on the other hand which is amazing



Why on earth would you need 32 of these for the bedroom? Is there any room left for a bed?!

starsi3602 m ago

Why on earth would you need 32 of these for the bedroom? Is there any …Why on earth would you need 32 of these for the bedroom? Is there any room left for a bed?!


All on the ceiling obviously😚

eastangliauk2 h, 14 m ago

LOL I had a 55 inch baird TV it heated the hole room and I could not turn …LOL I had a 55 inch baird TV it heated the hole room and I could not turn off overscan on that TV so the picture was a little zoomed in all the time. most have an option for just scan so a computer would work on it. glad I sold that one.


LOL that's a fantastic story LOL got anymore? LOL

moneybag7 h, 16 m ago

My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.I bought a Techwood 55" …My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.I bought a Techwood 55" 1080P for £259 and it's brilliant.1. Nobody uses the built in speakers on flat screen TV's of this size2. Most of the stuff on Sky is still broadcast in 720P if you're lucky3. Cheap 4k TV's have to (poorly) upscale most of their content which will look worse than native 1080 on this TV4. It's under £300, adding 'just' an extra 50 or 100 to buy x y z model means it's no longer a hot deal5. No matter what the brand on the telly chances are the panel comes from another manufacturer or yawn Vestel


Whilst a handful of manufacturers make the screens its the picture processing/back lighting that is applied to the TV that makes the difference to picture quality. Its like saying all laptops computers are the same as the screens are sourced from a small number of manufacturers

Personally as I watch a lot of TV I generally purchase top end models. My 40in Loewe has a 80w speaker system built in. People will skimp on TV's which often dominate their living space with a ugly block of plastic but still spend £1k on a phone?!

The build quality will be terrible: if on a budget buy a Hisens
Edited by: "mb1357" 8th Dec

Can you link me some of these "other branded" TV please at the +£50 you mention. Also heat for OP

moneybag11 h, 26 m ago

My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.I bought a Techwood 55" …My goodness I never tire of the same old comments.I bought a Techwood 55" 1080P for £259 and it's brilliant.1. Nobody uses the built in speakers on flat screen TV's of this size2. Most of the stuff on Sky is still broadcast in 720P if you're lucky3. Cheap 4k TV's have to (poorly) upscale most of their content which will look worse than native 1080 on this TV4. It's under £300, adding 'just' an extra 50 or 100 to buy x y z model means it's no longer a hot deal5. No matter what the brand on the telly chances are the panel comes from another manufacturer or yawn Vestel


Not true. Lots of people use built in speakers.

grahambriggs79211 h, 51 m ago

Where is that from please.


It's from at least 3 weeks ago and was no doubt limited to 2 in the U.K.

unless You own a delorean and can summon 1.21 gigawatts of energy, its dead for you...

Banned

perfect for my living room. ordered.

As mrntioned already ,broadcast tv isn't full HD so people who slag off none 4k sets must have a very limited viewing selection.
Do Toshiba make tv's themselves now?
Happy enough with the 55" furrion £399 end 2012 - from Ebuyer - yes it still works!
It's all about expectations - if you expect perfect TV you will be forever disappointed.
The votes show that this deal is hot and this time they are right.

I bought a 43" Seiki last year for about £180. I wasn't expecting much (natch) but it has better image quality than the 7 year old Samsung it replaced. So maybe buy with that mindset - compared to a contemporary equivalent from a big brand it might not fare too well, but as a replacement for an old tv you may be pleasantly surprised.

Damning with faint praise I suppose!

Haircut_10013 h, 46 m ago

Don't forget Bing. The Cbeebies show obviously, not the Microsoft browser …Don't forget Bing. The Cbeebies show obviously, not the Microsoft browser that everyone has forgotten about. But seriously it's great, Flop's parenting skills are very inspirational.



I only use bing for the rewards points. Since August I've earned £21 in xbox/windows store credit just by typing random jargon in the search engine for a minute or two everyday

Hot deal. Heat added.

One day people will wake up and realise that anal scrutinising the panel for picture quality is missing the point. The content you watch on the TV is far more important.

A rubbish TV programme on a £10K OLED TV is still a rubbish TV programme.
Really good TV on a 1981 CRT is still really good TV.

androoski1 h, 12 m ago

Hot deal. Heat added. One day people will wake up and realise that anal …Hot deal. Heat added. One day people will wake up and realise that anal scrutinising the panel for picture quality is missing the point. The content you watch on the TV is far more important. A rubbish TV programme on a £10K OLED TV is still a rubbish TV programme. Really good TV on a 1981 CRT is still really good TV.


Made my day with last section.

I used to like my crt TV it was heavy tho atleast dis have to worry about finger prints etc

ismaildeals1237th Dec

not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded …not really a good deal sadly you can pay an extra £50 and get a branded Toshiba 4k 55" tv


Where from please? Find me this deal and I'll buy it!

katone1410th Dec

Where from please? Find me this deal and I'll buy it!



Wouldn't bother, as said above it'll probably end up being a rebadged Vestel with a power supply that'll go tits up after 6 months. Go to currys, find a tv with a nice bright picture then..... buy it online from somebody else

androoski8th Dec

Hot deal. Heat added. One day people will wake up and realise that anal …Hot deal. Heat added. One day people will wake up and realise that anal scrutinising the panel for picture quality is missing the point. The content you watch on the TV is far more important. A rubbish TV programme on a £10K OLED TV is still a rubbish TV programme. Really good TV on a 1981 CRT is still really good TV.



Nail on the head right there.
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