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Sony KD-55XG9505 Refurbished 4K HDR TV Grade A @ Centres Direct - £749
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Sony KD-55XG9505 Refurbished 4K HDR TV Grade A @ Centres Direct - £749

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Sony KD-55XG9505 Refurbished 4K HDR TV Grade A @ Centres Direct - £749
Posted 14th Aug 2020

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Refurbished models are products returned to Sony under the following circumstances: change of mind, faulty out of box, box damage or minor cosmetic imperfections. These products will be fully tested and repaired where necessary by an authorised repair centre. Whilst many of these products will be in as good as new condition, we cannot guarantee refurbished products sold will be delivered in the original packaging and may have minor cosmetic imperfections such as scratches, marks or discoloration. Sony offers 2 types of refurbished product, Grade A and Grade B. Grade B products may have more significant imperfections than Grade A (and may have been used for more than 500 hours) and are priced accordingly. All refurbished products (Grade A and B) have a 12 month warranty.
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Thought I'd give my experience with Sony Centre. Very good customer service. But they take forever. I ordered a refurb 9005. It took 2 weeks to come and then another 3 weeks to be collected as it was faulty (noticeable dim spot). And 10 days later I still haven't heard anything about a refund.
If you value your time and can afford the extra cost I would avoid
I think I'd rather pay the extra 250 to get it brand new form RS with 6 year warranty
peterbrookes14/08/2020 14:19

Thought I'd give my experience with Sony Centre. Very good customer …Thought I'd give my experience with Sony Centre. Very good customer service. But they take forever. I ordered a refurb 9005. It took 2 weeks to come and then another 3 weeks to be collected as it was faulty (noticeable dim spot). And 10 days later I still haven't heard anything about a refund. If you value your time and can afford the extra cost I would avoid


If you have a Sony Centre store locally then I'd 100% deal with them. The one here is locally is superb, customer service is spot on. Cannot complain.

I think these types of deals I'll go thru my local store rather than the website. They get the same stock from the website too.
Ordered online, after two weeks I contacted branch that the TV should have been sent from. Eventually refunded but unable to give any explanation to where the TV I ordered was?? This experience has put me off purchasing from Sony Centres.
Don't know how you managed to find this on their site. Been looking on there for the last couple of days and there were no refurbished TV's on there, still none showing today.
Had no problems at all from Sony Centres over the last couple of years, bought 3 TV's, 2 Blu-ray players and 2 soundbases, all have perfect up till now.
Barthanes14/08/2020 14:34

If you have a Sony Centre store locally then I'd 100% deal with them. The …If you have a Sony Centre store locally then I'd 100% deal with them. The one here is locally is superb, customer service is spot on. Cannot complain.I think these types of deals I'll go thru my local store rather than the website. They get the same stock from the website too.



I agree the one thats kind of local to me is good to deal with, I order from the site and deal with my local store and generally
j3remy4214/08/2020 14:20

I think I'd rather pay the extra 250 to get it brand new form RS with 6 …I think I'd rather pay the extra 250 to get it brand new form RS with 6 year warranty



Horses for courses but I'd rather buy it at this price and pay the extra for the 5 year warranty (£99), I've had alot of items from Sony Centre and all but one have been in as new condition. If you do get a problem during warranty period you'll get another refurb which I think is true of Richer Sounds after a year as Sony also deal with their warranty (I'm open to correction on RS warranty).
Edited by: "zackariah" 14th Aug
rav4cas14/08/2020 14:53

Don't know how you managed to find this on their site. Been looking on …Don't know how you managed to find this on their site. Been looking on there for the last couple of days and there were no refurbished TV's on there, still none showing today.


If you phone up a local store they will put an order in for you and you'll get it shipped if stock comes in
Guys, is it worth waiting for black friday? I am after 65" Tv with full array local dimming or Oled
Some people have contacted Centres Direct and got a 5 year warranty added for about £75 if I recall...no sign of that on the site but they are likely to offer something if you ask, for a price.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 14th Aug
spannerzone14/08/2020 17:59

Some people have contacted Centres Direct and got a 5 year warranty added …Some people have contacted Centres Direct and got a 5 year warranty added for about £75 if I recall...no sign of that on the site but they are likely to offer something if you ask, for a price.



Yeah if you are going to try to get the warranty for 75 ask before you buy
Edited by: "zackariah" 14th Aug
peterbrookes14/08/2020 14:19

Thought I'd give my experience with Sony Centre. Very good customer …Thought I'd give my experience with Sony Centre. Very good customer service. But they take forever. I ordered a refurb 9005. It took 2 weeks to come and then another 3 weeks to be collected as it was faulty (noticeable dim spot). And 10 days later I still haven't heard anything about a refund. If you value your time and can afford the extra cost I would avoid


That doesn't sound like very good customer service to me.
wilburscoville919114/08/2020 23:02

That doesn't sound like very good customer service to me.


The customer service from the local stores is great. The Sony warehouse isn't so good
peterbrookes14/08/2020 23:52

The customer service from the local stores is great. The Sony warehouse …The customer service from the local stores is great. The Sony warehouse isn't so good


Ok. Thanks for clarifying.
I bought the grade A OLED one and it was in mint condition, and am extremely satisfied with it.
DealBreaker_14/08/2020 16:05

Guys, is it worth waiting for black friday? I am after 65" Tv with full …Guys, is it worth waiting for black friday? I am after 65" Tv with full array local dimming or Oled


These 2019 TVs are getting very hard to find now. If you don't find or want to go for one of these 65" xg95/xf95 TVs that pop up from time to time for a fantastic price (can get extended warranty for a little extra too), then you'll have to wait till Black Friday or even beyond. A few months before the new year lineup drops is generally when TVs are the absolute best value, which has already passed unfortunately. Then is when you'll find Samsung's high end QLEDs for good prices too, which can outperform Sony's offerings. You'll have to wait till next year around March time if you want the best value, or three month till BF if you want normal prices again - 2020 lineup will be inflated until then.

If you can afford an OLED, I'd go for it as long as you're fine with the risks and management of OLED. FALD can only do so much with xx/xxx dimming zones, the shortcomings of LCD backlighting are still there and apparent - it's just a matter of how much you can look past it/how much it bothers you.

Oh, just remembered another thing. If you're a gamer, some of these features which newer models might have with HDMI 2.1 might be important for your use, so do further research on that. XF95/XG95 both do not have that, and even their latest 2020 model XH95 doesn't have that. Their lower model XH90 has HDMI 2.1, but its HDR is not good so it's not worth it for watching content.
di910016/08/2020 22:38

These 2019 TVs are getting very hard to find now. If you don't find or …These 2019 TVs are getting very hard to find now. If you don't find or want to go for one of these 65" xg95/xf95 TVs that pop up from time to time for a fantastic price (can get extended warranty for a little extra too), then you'll have to wait till Black Friday or even beyond. A few months before the new year lineup drops is generally when TVs are the absolute best value, which has already passed unfortunately. Then is when you'll find Samsung's high end QLEDs for good prices too, which can outperform Sony's offerings. You'll have to wait till next year around March time if you want the best value, or three month till BF if you want normal prices again - 2020 lineup will be inflated until then.If you can afford an OLED, I'd go for it as long as you're fine with the risks and management of OLED. FALD can only do so much with xx/xxx dimming zones, the shortcomings of LCD backlighting are still there and apparent - it's just a matter of how much you can look past it/how much it bothers you.Oh, just remembered another thing. If you're a gamer, some of these features which newer models might have with HDMI 2.1 might be important for your use, so do further research on that. XF95/XG95 both do not have that, and even their latest 2020 model XH95 doesn't have that. Their lower model XH90 has HDMI 2.1, but its HDR is not good so it's not worth it for watching content.



Appreciate your reply

I have also realised, these 65" tvs are out of stock mostly. I am also considering going for Oled as long as I can find some bargain. I am not im a rush so will wait until BF unless something come in between which is too good to miss. I dont suppose these models will be on BF sale as they all are mostly oos.

Thanks
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