Tesco 65 inch digihome tv £599 in stock now.
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Tesco 65 inch digihome tv £599 in stock now.

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Found 23rd Dec 2015
Its back 65 inch digihome tv £599 in stock now.
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These got good hukd review last time they were on but the competition in terms of branded large TVs have got much cheaper since including 4k.
I am voting hot as I can't find a cheaper 65-inch TV. I know my wife would probably kill me if I bought it though.
Why cold had this to about 3 months now and is wicked
The picture in hd is Quality
Gaming on the ps4 and Xbox one is awesome no input lag etc
Great for sports and watching blueray movies of my Sony 7200
Also Purchased on onkyo 646 last week which as also made the hd picture better form my sky box
At £599 this imo is one of the best tv I have owned
I have the Sony 50w705b in the bedroom
My little lad as the lg47lb650v and it's well on par with both of them
I down graded form the Panasonic tx-p65vt50b as was wanting a projector
Not as good as the Panasonic but For £3000 cheaper didn't expect it to be
Ended up with this tv and the epson tw9000
I enjoy playing games more on the this tv than the projector
At £599 this is a steel and I don't think any one will be disappointed after they see it up and running

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Edited by: "Pokerkingbouch" 23rd Dec 2015
I would wait till after xmas and hopefully they will do the 5 year warranty too with this tv
I bought one of these last time and it is a great TV, but unfortunately mine developed a fault and had to go back. No issues with the Tesco returns, they came and got it and refunded promptly.
wots the motion rate on this tv ??
ronniemckinnon123

wots the motion rate on this tv ??


I am getting 60hz 1080p 24fps off me blue ray pal
Been looking at just a full 1080p hd TV as reading into 4k it's pointless at them moment with my viewing distance. Was looking at the Sony 55 inch ones on lightning deals every now and again. What's people's thoughts on this? Just for sky etc no gaming. My 7 year old Sony just annoys now as the dark scenes with the blacks are so grainy and pixalated looking
Great TV, good price, i am super happy with mine and fantastic reviews
If you read the reviews, they are all very good, BUT quite a few of them say that they purchased at £529! I'm going to hang on till it comes back down in price. Don't think it's worth spending at least double the money just to get 4K etc
I tried to buy when it was £529, but my 'replacement' bank card was being a dick!
by the time i'd phoned the bank etc and sorted it out, the TV was out of stock *gggrrr*

Cheers for posting again, had to get it this time, even if it was a few more quid
Pokerkingbouch

Why cold had this to about 3 months now and is wicked The picture in hd … Why cold had this to about 3 months now and is wicked The picture in hd is Quality Gaming on the ps4 and Xbox one is awesome no input lag etcGreat for sports and watching blueray movies of my Sony 7200Also Purchased on onkyo 646 last week which as also made the hd picture better form my sky boxAt £599 this imo is one of the best tv I have owned I have the Sony 50w705b in the bedroom My little lad as the lg47lb650v and it's well on par with both of themI down graded form the Panasonic tx-p65vt50b as was wanting a projector Not as good as the Panasonic but For £3000 cheaper didn't expect it to beEnded up with this tv and the epson tw9000 I enjoy playing games more on the this tv than the projectorAt £599 this is a steel and I don't think any one will be disappointed after they see it up and runninghttp://s284.photobucket.com/user/paul_boucher1/library/Mobile%20Uploads



Me too.....
Can't understand how this went 'hot' into the 1000's recently, but ice cold now?
still a great price for what looks like (going by reviews) a great TV
looneychoonz74

Me too.....Can't understand how this went 'hot' into the 1000's recently, … Me too.....Can't understand how this went 'hot' into the 1000's recently, but ice cold now?still a great price for what looks like (going by reviews) a great TV



Not that hard to understand its £70 dearer
wozukSilencer

Not that hard to understand its £70 dearer



........... Wait's patiently for you to pull another half decent 65" tv for under £600 out of thin air?

I didn't think so
Fool , if it was previously cheaper it's always worth waiting with TVs as it will hit same price again or better yet cheaper . It was this price 8 months ago so explain to me how it's a deal then if it was £70 cheaper 4 month ago ?
Waits patiently ......
Edited by: "wozukSilencer" 29th Dec 2015
The concept of HUKD is all about getting a better deal for a particular item (the one OP mentioned) right now, rather than a better deal on something similar (e.g. Android vs iPhone debates) at some point in the future (all theoretical).
siliconbits

The concept of HUKD is all about getting a better deal for a particular … The concept of HUKD is all about getting a better deal for a particular item (the one OP mentioned) right now, rather than a better deal on something similar (e.g. Android vs iPhone debates) at some point in the future (all theoretical).



Yeah but this deal has been this price a few times so to me is standard price where as the £529 was the deal price .
Pokerkingbouch

I am getting 60hz 1080p 24fps off me blue ray pal



​thats not really good your looking for at least 400 for smoothness and gaming..... iv been with a 60 hz and its not good
Is this really identical to the Panasonic 65" LED TV?
ronniemckinnon123

​thats not really good your looking for at least 400 for smoothness and g … ​thats not really good your looking for at least 400 for smoothness and gaming..... iv been with a 60 hz and its not good



Well this TV is a rebranded Vestel 65PF7575 and the motion rate for that TV is reported as 800hz. Hard to say really as these are just reported rates by retailers AFAIK
wozukSilencer

Yeah but this deal has been this price a few times so to me is standard … Yeah but this deal has been this price a few times so to me is standard price where as the £529 was the deal price .



But if deals are only posted when they are exactly as cheap or cheaper than they've been in the past people would constantly miss out on deals. Fact is the massive majority of the year this is £799, most people aren't interested at that price but some will be at £599 even if its not quite as cheap as it has been in the past (£529).

BTW, great TV. Got it last time around and its possibly the best purchase I've ever made. Mounted on the wall in the middle of my living room with 5.1 surround system and its an absolute joy
Edited by: "Teasy" 19th Jan 2016
Teasy

But if deals are only posted when they are exactly as cheap or cheaper … But if deals are only posted when they are exactly as cheap or cheaper than they've been in the past people would constantly miss out on deals. Fact is the massive majority of the year this is £799, most people aren't interested at that price but some will be at £599 even if its not quite as cheap as it has been in the past (£529).BTW, great TV. Got it last time around and its possibly the best purchase I've ever made. Mounted on the wall in the middle of my living room with 5.1 surround system and its an absolute joy


Fact is the massive majority of the year this is £799,
It really wasn't and will continue not to be...
wozukSilencer

Fact is the massive majority of the year this is £799,It really wasn't … Fact is the massive majority of the year this is £799,It really wasn't and will continue not to be...



Well Mr Pedantic It sits at £799 normally and tends to go down to between £549 and £599 a few times a year for a few weeks each time (until out of stock) Not sure why you're bothered? Like I said if the reduced price wasn't continually offered here as a deal when the price comes down people would miss out on buying the TV at £549/£599, so its worth posting.
Edited by: "Teasy" 20th Jan 2016
Good TV but the Smart Software is basic and not good (not android). You cannot add apps.
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