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Panasonic RZ-S500w True wireless earbuds Noise Cancelling - £119.20 with code @ Panasonic Store
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Posted 17th JulPosted 17th Jul
Been looking for proper noise cancelling earbuds and seen these new out. Panasonic had sent me 20% off everything code. These a amazing price with the voucher code SSERIES. Was £14… Read more
seaney

https://www.techradar.com/uk/reviews/panasonic-rz-s500w Good reviews

spruceyb

The Tronsmart Apollo Bold for £80 on Amazon now. ANC and aptX https://www.amazon.co.uk/Tronsmart-Apollo-Bold-Bluetooth-headphones/dp/B08C3383B7

TheSpartan

Same as my Melomania 1's, I'm tempted to give these a shot at this price the only thing putting me off is no aptX

abberr

if only they were smaller. This looks horrid

Panasonic TX-43HX940B (2020) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV 43" - £899.99 / £674.99 delivered using code with Early Buyer Program @ Panasonic
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Panasonic TX-43HX940B (2020) LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV 43" - £899.99 / £674.99 delivered using code with Early Buyer Program @ Panasonic
£899.99
Early buyer program from Panasonic. Only 10 pieces at a discount when using code. HX Series which is from their 2020 range of LED TVs. Free delivery Premium Picture and Sound Q… Read more
JontyMick

Can't compare these at all for so many reasons. 1. New Vs refurb 2. Completely different sizes. 3. Different models with this deal being newer and higher spec

Navj1

At this price not good at all, better grab a refurbished one like this - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-tx58gx820b-refurbished-325-at-currys-ebay-3453006 when available.

Joe90_guy

I've owned two Panasonic TVs now. I bought a TX-49FX750 LED last year as my entry into 4K/HDR TV. Whilst I'm loathe to admit it, I wouldn't buy Panasonic again. I bought into all the hype but frankly ended up disappointed. Apps are a particular problem in that you can't add new ones or update the ones that are on there. I'm running Disney+ from my Fire Box (in 720p only) for that reason. Also, the native YouTube app can't play some videos in 4K without constant pausing. I'll buy a 4K Fire Box to fix these issues when it next drops in price but TBH, you shouldn't have to do this in this day & age. And despite this being a reasonably pricy, branded TV, don't expect any kind of software update... like ever! My TV came with HDR10+ but not Dolby Vision. The newer TVs do get DV support. They could issue a firmware update to add DV support to their older TVs but won't. The 4K Fire Box supports both formats & that's how I plan to fix the issue but why can't Panasonic step up to do this? Then there's the picture quality. If I put it on Dynamic, I can get a picture where I can see lots of details but then the subtitles are way too bright. I've fiddled with the settings to no avail. So in short, as a Panasonic owner, I'd say DON'T buy this. Buy a lesser TV & a 4K Fire Box. It will be cheaper & a lot less frustrating experience.

toymotor

Is the warranty with john Lewis? can't see any warranty details. Also which is better this Panasonic or this LG https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-oled48cx6lb#

JontyMick

Expensive for a LCD at this size. Need to look this one up before voting. Didn't know they did high spec models in this size anymore

Panasonic SD-ZB2502BXC Bread Maker with 27 programmes - Stainless Steel / Black £169.99 at Panasonic Store
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Posted 15th MayPosted 15th May
Panasonic SD-ZB2502BXC Bread Maker with 27 programmes - Stainless Steel / Black £169.99 at Panasonic Store
£169.99 Free P&P Free
BACK IN STOCK! Key Features 27 programmes to help you create delicious bread Raisin and nut dispenser adds extra ingredients Rapid Bake feature bakes loaves faster … Read more
Jason

Thanks for posting @bluemelon Seems a popular one as its going out of stock pretty often. Reviews look great on it as well.

Den

OOS! ;(

PhilK

If it was half this price I might have been interested ! XD

obsydian

Oos

wendy07

I remember these Panasonic bread machines when they were around £70 🙃

PANASONIC Early Buyer Program - 30% off selected items with code
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
PANASONIC Early Buyer Program - 30% off selected items with code
Be the first to get your hands on our latest range of products before anyone else! Limited numbers of select products are available for you to buy at a one-time special price, for … Read more
juddermeister

Could someone please confirm if they received email confirmation of your order? I've not had any mail from Panasonic....have noticed it listed on the cc statement though....all a bit odd if you ask me?!

Jabaltariq

From what I understand. The G's are 2019. The H's are 2020. The X's are LED's. The Z's are OLED's. So consequently and an HX is from the 2020, LED range and a GZ is from the 2019 OLED range. And that would explain the price difference. Hope that helps!

deal_miner

I have had a 50” px 3d tv for aprox 8 years now and its still going strong BUT I wouldn’t buy another panasonic if the power goes off to it , it doesn’t come bk on for a week . been like that for years .

juddermeister

Curious to know if anyone placed an order..I followed the link, did the usual address & cc details....and then it switched to Worldpay & that did it's thing & then boom I was back at the Panasonic website?!

Zusb

DisplaySpec doesn't state it, but according to the decription on Panasonics website, this also has a HDMI 2.1 slot, a nice future-proof feature for gaming.

50% off Panasonic HTX Series headphones (with code) £39.99 at Panasonic Store
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Posted 18th JanPosted 18th Jan
50% off Panasonic HTX Series headphones (with code) £39.99 at Panasonic Store
£39.99
Let the music move you with our wireless overhead HTX headphones. Including a range of features, in a variety of colours, there's a pair to suit everyone, and the power to create a… Read more
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Panasonic HTX90 noise-cancelling bluetooth headphones £79.99 @ Panasonic Store
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Posted 17th JanPosted 17th Jan
Panasonic HTX90 noise-cancelling bluetooth headphones £79.99 @ Panasonic Store
£79.99
Decent price with the code for these headphones. RP-HTX90NE-AThe HTX90N wireless headphones have a noise cancelling function to immerse you in a dynamic, high quality world of mus… Read more
TopTrump

Panasonic / Technics haven't made decent HiFi for decades. Apparently they've made some progress on their new soon to be released Technics EAH-AZ70W wireless in-ear headphones that use a graphene-coated driver. Expect graphene-doped speakers or headphone drivers to start sprouting as manufacturers experiment with this new age material that offers greater stiffness with lighter mass, which translates to better audio dynamics. A product example here first launched in 2017 making use of Graphene --> https://www.digitaltrends.com/home-theater/ora-graphene-q-headphones-kickstarter/

scooter

To me they look like a cheap version of these when i first looked at them

backyard

They look like ear defenders.... (skeptical)

deleted1655616

As far as I can tell from reviews, definitely overpriced at £150 (Argos). No higher-quality codec, quite ineffective ANC, which also manages to muddle music somewhat, apparently (like usually happens with cheaper cans); unimpressive battery life. Pretty comfortable and lightweight, CeX sells them for £85 grade A, just for reference

legend86

Anyone got these? Are they any good?

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Panasonic HD605 Wireless headphones with Voice Assistant £159.99 @ Panasonic
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Posted 13th Dec 2019Posted 13th Dec 2019
Panasonic HD605 Wireless headphones with Voice Assistant £159.99 @ Panasonic
£159.99£249.9936%
Use code above to get price at £159.99 with free delivery. Description... RP-HD605NE-K High-Resolution Wireless Headphones RP-HD605NE Black Leave the Noise Behind. HD605N deli… Read more
iriscandy

Seems to have decent review for this price.

Plugman17

Good deal but not great sound very harsh. Comfort ok and nice bag. No app so not updateable. Xm3 is better and probably the Jabra as well.

LovetoLaugh

Thank you x

50% off Panasonic HD605NE Wireless Headphones £124.99 at Panasonic Store
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Posted 26th Jul 2019Posted 26th Jul 2019
50% off Panasonic HD605NE Wireless Headphones £124.99 at Panasonic Store
£124.99£21442%
The HD605NE Bluetooth High definition wireless noise cancelling headphones £250 Reduced to £125 with code. Don’t know anything about them other than I have received a 50% off code… Read more
Reuben_Skelly

Your better off getting the AKG Y50BT for that price. Beats is just commercial overpriced stuff

Reuben_Skelly

🤷🤷🤷

nokiafusion

Apple has an offer on for students at the moment. If they buy an iPad they get a free pair of solo 3 wireless beats. Typical students want quick money and there are quite a few brand new ones on eBay at the mo for around £100. If you ask them for the serial number you can go on Apple chat and they will confirm if they are genuine if your concerned.

Reuben_Skelly

Haha but for the money there not even that good

nokiafusion

Beat it ...(lol)

Up to 40% Off Selected Panasonic Lumix G Lenses & Accessories
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Posted 26th Jul 2019Posted 26th Jul 2019
Up to 40% Off Selected Panasonic Lumix G Lenses & Accessories
Up to 40% Off Selected Panasonic Lumix G Lenses and Accessories There is a very limited range of items on offer, but some bargains to be had, cheaper than used prices too, from a … Read more
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creepyg

Yeah, I'm leaning towards that one. I already have 25mm, 12-32mm and 14-42mm. The 12-32mm seems to cover most of my needs for outdoors, holidays etc and it's small size when retracted is a real boon. I love using the 25mm for day-to-day stuff (my kids etc.) though, so reckon the 42.5mm would be a nice complement to the 25mm, especially outdoors. Yup, think I've talked myself into it!

brilly

the one you need more...

woldranger

Depends on what you shoot and the other lenses you have. Optically, the pl 15mm is the stand out glass here,but if those two you mention, at this price the 42.5mm would be my pick. I'm intrigued to hear what other people say about these offers being honoured...

creepyg

Good spot, a couple of lenses I've been keeping an eye out for are included. Very tempted by either the 14mm or 42.5mm lenses. But which one? They're practically polar opposites! (horror)

Panasonic 55FZ802B 4K OLED TV now only £1499 @ Panasonic Store
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Posted 12th Nov 2018Posted 12th Nov 2018
Panasonic 55FZ802B 4K OLED TV now only £1499 @ Panasonic Store
£1,499£1,69912%
Stonking TV, and incredible spec for the price. Obviously Black Friday is coming up, but I can't see it dropping much lower than this. This is the same as the FZ952 but without the… Read more
heatlight

It wasn't this morning! XD

andy1989

It's still £1699 at Hughes?

heatlight

Yeah it seems to have dropped in a few places. Hughes have it at the same price with a discount code for a further £75 off, which is even cheaper. Can't be bothered to list the same TV again though haha.

Sokratesagogo

Looks like JL price matched it.

andy1989

This has expired already. Back to £1699.

Panasonic 4K OLED TV 55FZ802B for £1695, 55FZ952B for £1995 @ Panasonic Store
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Panasonic 4K OLED TV 55FZ802B for £1695, 55FZ952B for £1995 @ Panasonic Store
£1,695
Just noticed the flagship Panasonic TVs (these are both the same panel, the 952 has an inbuilt soundbar) have been reduced at the Panasonic store. The 952 in particular I've never … Read more
deleted1950613

Please enlighten us as to the source of information that leads you to believe that ALL Panasonic TV's are a Vestel re badge. "Panasonic - some LED TVs sets from Panasonic, such as the A300, CX350 and CX400, are made by Vestel, these are mainly entry level/budget, 'HD-ready', HD and some low cost Ultra HD 4K models (for example, the CX400 series)." https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vestel

BristolBillyBob

OK, so 1) not the Toshiba but the one posted and the two you mentioned, and 2) I was talking about panels specifically as that's the thing most people are concerned about for Vestel. But fair point. :)

tempt

https://www.toshiba-tv.com/uk-uk/65x9763db

BristolBillyBob

Just to clarify, in case you're not aware, all 55" panels are LG, and none are Vestel rebadges. So basically, your choice on panel is LG, LG or LG. Or, in the case of the new Toshibas, LG. The rest is processing, and none of them are terrible. Buy away, free of your Vestel vexation!

Masteryates

Thanks for the info Brownbloke. Bought my LG C6 a few years ago now and they have been good regarding updates. (Even if one of the updates made the HDR game mode dull.) Its a horrible feeling when you've bought a flagship and the manufacturer dumps support, (especially if there are still issues.)

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR OLED Television - £1,899.99 @ Panasonic (+£10 P&P)
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Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR OLED Television - £1,899.99 @ Panasonic (+£10 P&P)
£1,899.99
55" Ultra HD 4K Pro HDR Television featuring Master HDR OLED Display, New Studio Colour HCX Processor for superior colour accuracy and Multiple HDR format support with Dynamic Scen… Read more
jonspurs

I kinda agree...my Hitachi plasma (genuine, not the Argos rebrand stuff) was better at motion than my E6, but the OLED's motion is not a deal breaker. The E6's picture quality is much better - black is pitch black, colour is colourful, and this outweighs the plasma's positives. Each to their own :-)

daveykinetic

there's too much hype on oled tvs imo and I got sucked right into it. had the LG e6 but couldn't stand the splash type artefacts when using true motion. so I sold it and bought a Panasonic ez952. motion processing is allot better than LG but there is the occasional stutter with it. Imo oled tvs are terrible with motion processing off. the strobing is just too much for me due to the sample and hold technology. I'm very sensitive to it. I can't get over how bad the motion is compared to my panasonic vt65 plasma

Yas

But populism IS democracy. See Brexit or Trump election. Be careful what you wish for indeed!

deleted1950613

Populism is no substitute for democracy, be careful what you wish for.

Enet

Best in class TV, good price, but not hundreds of pounds better than the LG B7 or even Sonys XF9005 LED. The LG C8 has the same issue which is why LG were offering cashback deals. This could go either way but personally I wouldn't have voted cold.

Panasonic store Hanley (Stoke-On-Trent) TX-58DX902B £1999.70
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Posted 25th Jun 2016Posted 25th Jun 2016
Panasonic store Hanley (Stoke-On-Trent) TX-58DX902B £1999.70
£1,999.70
Just got myself one of these, its at least 200 quid chaper than any i could find online and i got a 6 year warrenty chucked in to
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karlm123

They might match the price but not the 6 year warranty.

WalterSmith

JL should pricematch this nationwide

Panasonic Viera TX-65CX802B LED 4K Ultra-HD 3D Smart TV, 65" with Freeview HD/freesat HD, Built-In Wi-Fi & Voice Assistant - £1999.99 @ Panasonic Store
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Panasonic Viera TX-65CX802B LED 4K Ultra-HD 3D Smart TV, 65" with Freeview HD/freesat HD, Built-In Wi-Fi & Voice Assistant - £1999.99 @ Panasonic Store
£1,999.99
Price down from £2499.99 to £1999.99 Comes with 6 Years Warranty from Panasonic You can also choose up to 24 months interest free credit. Price at John Lewis is £2499.99 but they … Read more
ditch21

where is the information about the motion handling please ?

the.porter

No doubt clearing there stock for the quite possibly best lcd ever judging by early thoughts the 65dx900 £3200 at TPS pre order

treb

These were 999 on their ebay outlet a few months back, they suffer from motion handling.

TN567

Really??? Id sooner wait 1 week * the price will plummet seeing as all tvs do * slight exaggeration on 1 week

Panasonic TX-50CX802B 50" 4K UHD TV (inc. 6 year warranty) £999.99 @ panasonic.co.uk
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Panasonic TX-50CX802B 50" 4K UHD TV (inc. 6 year warranty) £999.99 @ panasonic.co.uk
£999.99
One of the best 4K TV's in this price range and comes with 6 year warranty in comparison to the standard 5 with high Street retailers. I've seen this else where for £1149+ with on… Read more
suoer_cds

collect instore only? they are miles away from me

basil1234

sorry don't quite follow either, dts as said before is 5 channels of audio yet the telly only has 2 so why would you need to decode more channels than speakers available. anyone worth there salt has a seperate audio cinema set up or is that just me? basil :)

treb

It is the fault of panasonic, I have a sony and a samsung (1080p) which decode the audio. If you're only watching netflix and amazon prime etc then it's fine. I like to watch older stuff though that's not available on these services. I'd also be willing to bet that other brands using 4k are able to decode them also.

paulj48

Well that's hardly the fault of Panasonic, the TV has 2 channels of audio, a DTS soundtrack will normally have a minimum of 5 channels of audio and a LFE track so why would the TV be required to decode this signal? Are you sure the TV can't 'pass through' the DTS signal to a suitable decoder?

treb

No it's a perfectly valid question. I have a nas drive with lots of media on it, can't hear half the titles from it.

Panasonic 65CR852 4K TV £1999.99 Panasonic Store Plymouth
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Panasonic 65CR852 4K TV £1999.99 Panasonic Store Plymouth
£1,999.99
Was planning on waiting for black friday to splurge on a posh new TV but went with this even though it wasn't on my radar at all. Not sure if it's local or national but worth havi… Read more
Sebazy

Yeah I think it's instore only, couldn't see it on the website

furbars

​ OK 2k for a 4k telly still no thanks ;)

LongPockets

Lukewarm review: Curved Screen They reckon the flat models perform better.

Oneday77

I think you'll find it's a 4k Telly ;)

furbars

2k just for a telly no thanks.

panasonicTX-50CX802B 4K Ultra HD TV £1299 @ Panasonic
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Posted 12th Oct 2015Posted 12th Oct 2015
panasonicTX-50CX802B 4K Ultra HD TV £1299 @ Panasonic
£1,299
panasonicTX-50CX802B what hifi recommended.I asked for price match at john lewis which they granted with a further £150 for a trade in. But a delivery charge of £39.99 was added th… Read more
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sgthartman

Also if you go to JL store in welyn garden I saw the 55cx802b on offer, open box, £899. Just one of them tho.

Cossie1

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/panasonic-viera-tx50cx802b-50-inch-smart-wifi-built-4k-uhd-led-tv-with-freeview-2296018 Ring up JL and get your £39.99 back ;)

cheepaschippies

What's so special about this tv seems expensive

Panasonic TX40CX802B Inc 6 Year Guarantee £849 from Panasonic Store Leeds/Doncaster
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Panasonic TX40CX802B Inc 6 Year Guarantee £849 from Panasonic Store Leeds/Doncaster
£849
Cracking deal for possibly the best 40 inch tv on the market. Don't forget this tv has a couple of sat inputs as well as the normal freeview one. For around £35 you can have 500 gb… Read more
kevbaker_1

Oh Zen, why didn't you mention that 10 days ago!!! My 10 year old Philips ambilight is still comparable!! Shame about the bezel and sounbar!!

Zen1984

Been through Samsungs, LGs and Panasonics... I've always found the Panasonics to have the worst SD picture no matter how much tweaking I did.

kevbaker_1

Bought this tv last week - not too impressed with picture in SD and through Sky at the mo based its spec but I think I haven't set it up properly if I'm honest. Don't get me wrong it's good but the processing rate should make the images smoother surely??!

Panasonic now offering up to £300 cashback on selected TVs including new CX802 range. From £1099 including 6 year warranty @ Panasonic Store
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Posted 13th Jul 2015Posted 13th Jul 2015
Panasonic now offering up to £300 cashback on selected TVs including new CX802 range. From £1099 including 6 year warranty @ Panasonic Store
£1,099
I get that this is probably going to go cold for the high price, but I've been looking at these exceptional new TVs and they just got a whole lot cheaper. 40CX802 @ £1099 with £10… Read more
Crossbow

Just a little cheaper at RS (with the same 6-year warranty) - only looked at one model though, the 55CX802. http://www.richersounds.com/product/tv---all/panasonic/viera-tx55cx802b/pana-tx55cx802b £2299 - £315 (in total) cashback = £1984

encaser

At present (when they come in stock, that is) it's a gamble over saving a £100 elsewhere plus the £300 off deal for the 65" or paying that extra £100 for an extra years' warranty with Panasonic stores. Still, Richer will no doubt price match and give their 6yr warranty - answered me own dilemma. :p Panasonic OLEDs may be coming next year but I can't see them being cheaper than LG, - as they are sourcing screens from them.

heatlight

Panasonic OLEDs expected next year. Worth pointing out that these do have very good black levels for an LCD, and the colour reproduction is probably the best on the market.

ashmac

without o.l.e.d * typo

ashmac

massive fan of panny,great tv put there is no way I would pay this for a 4k tv with oled the reason why I've come from the Panasonic st60 with had one of the best contrasts amd black level around going from that to any l.e.d will be like down grading in picture quialty 4k or nor, led = light bleed chalky blacks no thank you I'm going to pass on this and wait for a oled 4k or quantom dot

Panasonic 55" 4K Ultra HD 4k TV TX-55AX902B £1799 @ Panasonic Store with 6 Year Guarantee
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Panasonic 55" 4K Ultra HD 4k TV TX-55AX902B £1799 @ Panasonic Store with 6 Year Guarantee
£1,799
Probably will go stone cold due to the high price, but hopefully will be useful to someone. Noted the same deal was posted a month ago when the TV was £2400!!! exclusive 6 year gua… Read more
DazzyB

Looks like it's gone back to almost £2k?

poopscoop

Also if you order this direct at your local Panasonic store they can do home delivery for £20

poopscoop

About time. All these people banging on about getting an OLED when there's only one at present.

andrew_c77

7 new 4k OLED coming out between end of March and June

poopscoop

People going on about OLED TV's. Isn't there just one LG OLED? Any others?

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