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4K TVs are the next generation must have consumer buys in home TV viewing and entertainment, but can vary in quality and image processing capabilities. Upscaling images from high definition format is still one of the major functions of any 4K TV, so naturally it's a very important thing to consider before purchasing one. Finding the best 4K TV at the right price is important for any consumer. HotUKDeals have regular updates on all the discount deals and promotions on 4K TV purchases from retaile Read more
Samsung UE75NU7100 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV £1199 @ CoOp Electrical
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Use Code TV100 to save £100 With the Samsung 75-inch Smart 4K LED TV, exceptional detail and vivid colours burst into your living room. Ultra HD defines every pixel for a pristine … Read more
LethalSilence

Wish i had a wall for that tv On second thoughts maybe it could go on the ceiling and i could just lie in bed watching it.

extonjoe

Yer no one has hence the deal

Ghost84

Heat. Wish I had £1200 for a tv

Toshiba 43T6863DB 43" Smart certified 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR10 Gaming, Freeview Play and Dolby Vision - Black - [A+ Rated]

£269 @AO.com
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Key Information: Dimensions (H)63.0 x (W)97.1 x (D)20.3 3D No 4K Ultra HD Yes 4K Ultra HD Certified Yes Adjustable Stand No Audio Power 20 Watt Connected Features Freeview P… Read more
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freyabo

That's a lot of TV for the price (y)

danston

It's got meetings all week, but should be about for a few drinkies come friday! Seriously though, this seems like a lotta telly for the money... Seems like it'd be a good addition for the bedroom.

AppleJack85

Yes it has both a aerial input and satellite input

AlexNevin

Does this TV come with a freesat port so I can plug sky dish cables into it? Thanks

Emma2016

Ive been looking into it, only thing stopping me at the minute is that it doesnt support amazon tv box sets etc but it does all the other usual ones like youtube apps etc

a666andy

Some may prefer freesat to view, it may depend on if you have an aerial or in a poor reception area. When i can be bothered i'll re-compare the channel lists and see if there is any exta on sat, for now the freeview play setup suits me better

twotone1954

Is there any point to the freesat tuner, do you get channels you can't get on free view?

BergkampWonderland

Nice. Thanks.

kel64

I got my B8 from the same seller, RGB, for a similar posting for the B7. If you order this they will call you up saying it is out of stock and then offer you the B8 for the same price. Why they do it I don't know, but it works.

speedy79

I purchased the B8 PLA version for 1099 a few hours ago for RS. Call or email the telesales asking for a discount and they will offer £100 off.

Samsung UE50NU7020 50" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV in Black
£379 + £4.99 delivery @CO-OP electricals (sorry if already posted)
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Product Features: 50” 4K Ultra HD screen features higher contrast, vibrant glowing colour and brighter images thanks to upscaling High Dynamic Range (HDR) Natural and realistic i… Read more
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Sad_Hill

<Guys do you have any advice ? I'm hesitating between those 3 models TCL : https://www.amazon.co.uk/TCL-43DP648-Ultra-Smart-Freeview/dp/B07C5H9NDR/ref=sr_1_3_sspa?ie=UTF8&qid=1547995155&sr=8-3-spons&keywords=tcl+tv&psc=1 Samsung : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Samsung-UE43NU7400-43-Inch-Dynamic-Certified/dp/B07D769GTS/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1547997206&sr=8-2&keywords=nu7400 Sony : https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KD43XF7003-43-Inch-Ultra-Freeview/dp/B07C3VDBWK/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1547997233&sr=8-1&keywords=xf70+sony

devinn

£20 off with the code VCJ20 You can also get the 7100 49" model for £369 with the code BT30 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-audio/tvs/led-tvs/samsung-ue49nu7100-49-4k-ultra-hd-smart-led-tv-sam-led-ue49nu7100-b/ The 7100 has 3xHDMI and 2xUSB, the 7020 has 2xHDMI and 1xUSB

SingleAngel

Great price. I paid more on Black Friday. Heat Added. (y)

Toon_army

My bad! I thought all their TVs were free delivery, edited my comment

MusaX

It’s in store only offer at RS

Digihome 65UHDHDR 65inch 4K UHD HDR LED TV £479 w/code VCJ40 / 43'' £239 / 50'' £279 / 55'' £329 w/code VCJ20 +£4.99 del @ CO-OP Electrical
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65” 4K Ultra HD screen gives you four times the detail of a standard Full HD TV High Dynamic Range (HDR) offers more vibrant glowing colour Enjoy box sets on Netflix or catch up wi… Read more
f4se8ook

Yes

boomish

I've never hear of the make ...but our TV just stopped working, is the best at this price range? We go up to £799 but am lost in so many reviews.

cbflazaro1

I know that this TV will cost at least 20% more from April. We shall see

Murgatr0yd

... and what basis could there be for a referendum vote other than securing more lucrative trade deals? Forget trading around £250bn per annum each on both import and export to both EU states and the remainder of the world and the fact that the majority of these countries are members of the WTO regardless of the EU; this will clearly prove useless in negotiating any deal whatsoever with anyone. You’re missing your sandwich board mate! We’ve seen the likes of you yelling ‘the end is nigh!’ before. (lol)

extonjoe

What all vestal???

SAMSUNG UE55NU7400 55" UHD HDR 4K TV + FREE UBDM7500 UHD 4K Player £569 @ C&M / SAMSUNG NU7400 65'' 4KTV £779 w/code TV50 @ Co-op Electrical
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Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified One Remote Control Powered by HDR 10+ Samsung UE65NU7400 65" 4K UHD Smart LED TV £779 with code TV50 https://electrical.coop.co.uk/tv-a… Read more
ScootyPuffJr

I will matey, going to get it delivered on 29th (y)

Ashan85

and now out of stock. I have the 50 7383 from AO.com . 2 weeks alter I still haven't opened it. FOMO and stress of all the offer really. Plus I'd go for 55' ideally. Let me know how the hisense goes. Looks like a decent set.

ben.venn

I've been looking for a new TV and this is awful tempting, John Lewis probably wouldn't price match seeing as there's only one left in stock. Shame though

bio

I returned mine for a similar reason (my review is on Amazon with pictures of backlight bleed) and I'm sending back an nu8000 to JL for the same style of backlight issue. And also for Tizen being a slow piece of junk, and excessive image positerisation.. and of course the one thing you can't get away from with VA being off axis image quality being utter junk, and the local dimming that you cant turn off that goes nuts because there is some light on a back screen, and the overly soft image. Maybe mine was just entirely faulty of course, or maybe I'm just too picky! (lol) What you may find though, depending on how much you used your Philips, is that the P5 image processing is superior to that in the Samsung especially at upscaling 1080p content where by it sharpens a heck of a lot better. How manufacturers can see this level of performance for a TV in 2018/19 as acceptable, is beyond me.

MWC2012

Looks like I got a faulty tv, popped to John Lewis and they had that model on display. Didn’t look anything like my image at a angle, yes some colour was lost but it was still perfectly watchable. I went for the NU8000 instead being delivered Tuesday so fingers XD. I will delete the above posts

LG OLED65C8PLA 65 Inch 4K HDR Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - 5 Year Warranty £2179.99 @ District electricals
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Best price I've seen since black Friday. Includes 5 year warranty. It's also available from https://www.computersdeal.co.uk/ for £2062 but I don't know them and there's not enou… Read more
replicant69

Agreed. If the C8 hits £2k soon then great, but equally if the B8 hits around £1.7k again in the meantime then I will push the button, and I think that's more likely. I've been deciding for so long now I still have no new Tv so there comes a point how many new releases or price drops can one wait. Good to hear any opinion so thanks (y) Soundbar is next, tempted by the LG SK9Y after hearing it in store over the weekend but TV first!

paddyhw

All about the E8 (y) ;) (lol)

Chris_kis1

£500 is a lot of money and to be honest I agree it's not worth paying £500 over the B8 for the step up in quality. If you can secure the C8 for £200 - £300 more though, I would say it's definitely worth it but I appreciate that not everyone will agree with this. Having said all this, 2k was my limit for a TV and if I hadn't got lucky on Black Friday and picked up the C8 for under 2k I would still be waiting for that price drop (lol)

replicant69

Spoke to an LG rep in store today, he told me to go for the B8. Made a nice change for someone to try and down sell! He did cover some of what you said actually, and he basically said whilst the C8 is better he didn’t believe it was £500 better. I’m sure it’s each to their own but I must admit unless the C8 comes to a £2k price point again then I think I will just bite at the next B8 offer. Either way, today did confirm that LG OLED is the way to go (y)

Biggunspaul

Tell me about it,it was hard enough just getting the staff to get the same SD and HD content up on two different TV’s.I did the best i could by visiting a number of stores looking at the same TV’s as they all have different lighting and that can make a big difference.One store when i asked to look at some SD content told me that they only had the demo for me to look at (shock) ,worrying to think people will buy a TV purely based on a store demo mode,but each to their own and all that. In an ideal world i would have had about 3 or 4 TV’s set up at home and messed around with them all for a few days each before making a decision.

Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £1799 @ John lewis & partners
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Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £ 1,799 The next cheapest price is around £ 2400and over £3000 at currys The 55 inch at JL is around £2000 Clear pricing erro… Read more
Master_Yoda

Massive thanks - really appreciate it(!)

Hotshot_147

I will let you know when i get home later today. Ok its 50cm wide by 30cm deep.

Master_Yoda

If anyone has one of these, can you please let me know what the 'stand' width and depth is (not including the TV)? I can't find this anywhere online (not mentioned in the manual online either) and need to know the footprint size of the stand. I'm trying to work out if I can get away with an old smaller stand for this TV. I have a huge new wide stand but after building it found my KEF centre speaker wouldn't fit in it. Even worse, none of the stands selling anywhere online can take this ridiculously large KEF speaker. My old Sony CRT stand which I still have lying around somewhere could take it if I mod it and remove some shelving, and am wondering if this TV would fit on it. Also, if anyone missed this deal, just letting you know Panasonic are selling refurbs of this model on ebay for £1999.99. Might be of interest to some of you (3 currently still available).

i_need_bargains

l Totally agree saw the 65FZ802B in Currys today and it was very underwhelming to say the least. Surely this couldn't be a £2799 OLED TV ? even the LCD 50FX700B looked better. Glad to say the 55FZ802B was fine though, however it didn't quite have the same visual impact as the Sony or LG OLEDs. It could only be due to the way it was set up for example the picture mode. Some picture presets can look decidedly dull. All the online reviews suggest for pure cinematic picture performance in SDR or HDR it's one of, if not the best out there and won the best TV of 2018 award at the HDTV test shootout. See: https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1531741051

Master_Yoda

Just noticed it's back on their website at £2,799

LG 55UK6300PLB 55' 4K HDR Smart LED TV £411.09 at Very with 12 months 0% BNPL
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I've been looking around for good sub-£500 55' 4k TVs and this seems like a great deal. If you buy on Very credit you get 10% off your first electronics order using the code MJWNU… Read more
JLH86

What is a true 4K panel?

replicant69

Not strictly true depending on how you measure 4k. Also not that you can actually see the difference unless you have 2 setups stood next to each other.

nexus76

Not a 4k panel

snatch_master

Yes I remember now when I join together £700 mattress I must be thinking of something else

DatAlbino

I set up as a new customer and they gave me £500 of credit. My partner also did the same and got £500. I think it's a standard starting amount.

Philips 58 Inch 58PUS6203 Smart 4K UHD TV with HDR £499 Argos
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Enjoy 4K UHD on a Smart TV that's easy to use. Pixel Precise Ultra HD, combined with 4K, creates vivid colours and a crystal-clear display that looks smoother and sharper. SAPHI Sm… Read more
MarleyMiah

Suppose it depends on the model, we have 3 tvs at home, all Philips. Eldest one is a decade old and plays for approx 10 hours every day for my elderly mother. Latest one is 1 year old Never have had an issue.

col11

Exactly! I have a 50" TV but the space on the wall will only take up to 60" so I want to get as close to that as possible & as they ain't many budget 60" Tv's I was looking at this, still not many recommendations coming through though....

i_need_bargains

Never mentioned my deal but yes it is better.

i_need_bargains

What I'm saying is you can get a comparatively better TV albeit slightly smaller and with a longer warranty for the same price.

spongebob1913

no watching dirty channels in your house! Be way too risky!

Samsung UE50NU7020 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV TVPlus six years warranty £379 @ richersounds
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See the picture as the creator intended, with the Ultra HD certified Samsung 50NU7020. Ultra HD certified Experience Ultra HD certified on this Samsung 50 inch TV, for true colour… Read more
cat410

Luckily I have a family member that's a genius fixing tv's

Mole007

It’s a problem when the common fault are, LEDs go faulty and most TVs are set to high backlight settings.

cat410

just ordered this from co-op electrical using code VCJ20 for £20 off. £4.99 delivery, making it £363.99. Ok, you don't get 6 years warranty, but cant see that being a prob

HTK21

this one comes with six years warranty.

neil.lewin

Got he 49 inch version of this TV, cracking picture. It's same price with co-op

SONY BRAVIA KD55XF9005 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £999 @ Currys
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SONY BRAVIA KD55XF9005 55" for £999 using code LSTV100. Included 5 year guarentee included.
Vitalic

42ms @ 1080p and 26ms at 4k. Seems a bit high for 1080p but be good to know if anyone has first hand experience

moneybanks14

I disagree still can't get pure oled blacks . I own one

yorkshiresam1

Its already here - samsung q9fn

newmann

As mentioned above....The OS is fine. I've been using mine for 4-5 months and it does the job. Again as mentioned above stock always gets quite low on these ..or at least they do for the 49inch as was trying to hang on for last years model to be reduced when new one was announced but couldn't get hold of one. If you want one then just get it.

doctorblue

Still overpriced...should be sub £900 for this screen size...

Techwood 65AO6USB 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Freeview Play - Black - £493.05 (with code) @ AO
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Use Code EXTRA5 To save 5% Make your movie nights unmissable with this 65 inch 4K UHD LED TV from Techwood. As a Smart TV, it has thousands of entertainment options to offer, inclu… Read more
Blurigard

I bought an LCD over a decade ago. Totally fine still. Cheap and decent, though not top-end obviously.

daveandvera

I bought plasma screen years ago from Techwood AKA Curry’s RUBBISH,cheap and nasty firm

LeeCaine

This is a truly crap tv, don’t waste your money.

JumpMan1980

(poo)

Passionateaboutprice

Not as good as when eBay was doing 15% off site wide, when we got this for about £430 but stillnot a bad deal. The sound is quite good, picture OK but not as vibrant as I would have liked from 4k but then a decent price for what you get. Could not get the App to share my iPhone screen on the TV but with Android tablet it sort of worked but not as good as Apple screen mirroring. We find the TV guide annoying as it cuts sound from the TV picture so you cannot seem to get Picture in Picture with sound whilst looking ahead at the guide. Freeview play going backwards works much better than our old Panasonic.

Sony KD-65XF9005 Refurbished 4K TV - £1,049 @ Sony Centres Direct
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The best LCD LED TV you can buy, available at a fantastic price. I had one delivered by Sony just after Christmas, it wasn't in the original box but was in perfect condition. I don… Read more
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waterloo

Sold out expired

dead4red69

I honestly don't know why people make a fuss about android on sony tv's. Maybe it's because I don't use youview?

HiChee

Samsung kept everyone at a good distance at CES. Vincent from HDTV test got close enough though. ULED X D will cost less than OLED. Considering the brightness on offer and the blacks we'll see, that's a bargain.

Creo

Ohhhhh yes I've heard about the dual panels I wonder how expensive it's going to be though... Had no idea about the microled seams, I'm sure they'll work it out in a generation or two though

HiChee

I think the OP comment about the TV being the best LED TV had a particular person triggered. Entirely agree regarding different price points and feature sets. You can't beat the X9F at this price. OLED crushes blacks, I found that whilst inky all my sets exhibited loss of shadow detail. Micro LED will have its own problems sadly, largest one? The seams between units are visible. Fantastic upcoming TV is the Hisense ULED that uses 2 LCD panels, one controls the backlighting. It's set to be an incredible TV.

One of the finest TVs you can buy. Philips 55OLED803 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV. £1399 with code. 6 years guarantee. @ Richer Sounds
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Read the online reviews on this very high end TV. Regarded has having one the best image quality available. Use code RSTV100 to get the price of £1399.
javvyman

Some seriously misinformed/ignorant people in this thread. The 803 is has an indentical panel to the 903

adamderak

Yup bar the sound near identical

tafarrant

I thought the 803 was the same as the 903 bar the sound? Philips are bashed like the apple bashers lol...

johnnyd57uk

I wouldnt apologise. The actual review is almost just as good. https://www.techradar.com/reviews/philips-oled-803-4k-hdr-tv-55oled803-review . The OCD police are always here to jump on you but your excelent deal is very obvious to us Adults

Meathotukdeals

LG 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV @ Costco - £349.99
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Also 5 year warranty from Costco.
Mole007

And lower similar priced Panasonic are Vestel, so fail more than an LG.

oversleep

Samsung NU7 and LG UK6 are in similar range. But the LG price is very attractive.

shariifi

This is hot UE50NU7400 6 years warranty

Sad_Hill

XF7073 Sony

Usual_suspect

So just out of curiousity what TV is the one you have in mind ? OLED Samsung ? What is hot for it’s money right now ?

Hisense H65AE6100UK 65-Inch 4K TV - £549 @ Amazon
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I've had this on my wish list for a while, dropped to the £550 which got over 1500 heat at Argos last time it was this price! Grab it whilst you can! Hisense 65inch 4K TV feat… Read more
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scarecrow1960

we have two 49 inch ones and a 55 all are on most of the day and prove very reliable

i_need_bargains

Richer Sounds have an excellent reputation and the warranty is quite clear, a replacement TV of similar specification if your's is beyond repair. The only thing the T&Cs don't specify is whether that TV will be new, I assume it will be. If in doubt you should always speak to them in person to clarify or buy from John Lewis whose TV warranty no one seems to ever complain about. Either way I wouldn't buy a £550 Hisense TV without a long warranty.

Ar922

Thanks. Did have a read of that initially, wanted to gauge actual experiences of people using their warranty, which I omitted from my post.

rev6

https://www.richersounds.com/information/faq_guarantees

Ar922

I always see these comments about richersounds warranty. Is it really a no-fuss warranty where they would get the TV collected and repair/replace it without making a big deal about it? In the market for a TV currently as had mine since 2008 so outdated now. Most TV deals on here seem to be inundated with people pushing richersounds so genuinely curious really.

Hisense 65U7A 65 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart ULED TV £799 @ Richer Sounds
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Hi I found the Hisense 65U7A at £799 at Richer Sounds. Looks like a bargain. Va panel 120hz screen ect. 6 year warranty too! Here's the specs: 3D TV No Analogue Tuner Yes ARC - … Read more
i_need_bargains

The NU8070 has slightly better spec according the Samsung rep in-store and it's performance is similar to the QLED Q6 which makes it even more weird.

LARDYBOY

I know yeah, for some reason they do the 65nu8070 same spec as the 65nu8000 but £100 less at £1299 but with 5 years warranty. Wierd!

i_need_bargains

You can get the 65NU8000 at Co-Op electrical for £979 with code TV100 or for around £1099 with a 5 year warranty elsewhere. No idea why Currys are selling it at such an inflated price and just with a 1 year warranty.

shell820810

expired - back up to 899

TerryKirk

Is the NU8000 that much better for standard Freesat channels? I keep thinking “just another £200 and get the better model”.. then “just another £150 to get even better model”.. Will soon be at the £1800 Oled in my own head. 1 thing saying go Oled £1800. I’d be very happy but crying into my credit card statement.. or £800 paid off cash, but always wondering if shoulda gone for the better model

Toshiba 65U6863DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV (5 Year Warranty) £589.99 Delivered @ Costco
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As above - a lot of telly for the price. Worth a look if your looking (nerd) Other sizes available too.. Ultra HD Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UH… Read more
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Carson_Official

I really hope so...

Levy2805

It could been a a screen burn on the oled and running low on money...

emiratesstadium

My mistake (lol) Nearly fell off my chair when I read OLED lol

19781204

@emiratesstadium LED not OLED. Otherwise I would have been nuts!

19781204

@Meathotukdeals i had no issues with a return (it was an online order) distance selling rights etc.

Panasonic TX49FX550B 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play & Six years warranty only £399 at richersounds
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Enjoy the picture just as the creator intended – with the HDR-equipped Panasonic TX49FX550B. HDR10 and HLG The Panasonic TX-49FX550B is compatible with HDR (High Dynamic Range). H… Read more
PeterGalbavy

Richer actually do have the Samsung 7100 for £399 (https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-ue49nu7100.html)

freakstyler

The likes of Apple have Chinese companies manufacture products to their exact specification, Vestel don’t operate like that. They’ll provide a company such as Panasonic in this case with a catalogue with various TV sizes and designs and Panasonic get to choose. Panasonic will have no say on the quality of components that go into Televisions bearing their name. Deals like this are extremely poor value for money (in my opinion) when you can buy a Techwood 49AO6USB from AO for £100 less and it’s essentially the same TV using the same generic Vestel Chassis. You can also buy an LG 49UK6300PLB for the same price as this (£399) or add £49 and buy a Samsung UE49NU7100 – no extended RS warranty of course but they’re a far better buy and will out perform a Vestel in every respect.

madmurd

Vestel just with a panny sticker on

Common.Sense

Panasonic branded Vestel.

jmn16091990

PanaSonic the Hedgehog (lol) (y) 🏻 Oh that's a great one. Took me a second to get it to be honest!

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