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Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65” Smart UHD HDR TV With Free Delivery at Groupon for £529
Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
Warranty 24 months Brand and model: Finlux 65-FUC-8020 Display: 65” LED Resolution: 4K UHD HDR Smart TV Energy efficiency rating: A+ Weight: 29.66kg Dimensions: 19cm (L) x 162cm (… Read more

So this is the perfect TV for Vestel Virgins?


Vestel? I've heard good things about their virgins. Never tired their crispy pancakes or electronics.


In relation to the broadcast TV vs streaming services, I wonder how many people who paid for Virgin TV have now switched to Freeview/Youview ??!!!! Virgin made you pay for channels that are free - blooming good marketing, alot of folk still fall for it.


I agree and disagree with you both @damadgeruk and @sam_of_london Plasma technology did give you a better 'movie' experience but the tech is dead in the water and expensive to run. All of the TV I watch is in 1080p at least. All main channels are now broadcast in HD. I havent watched an SD channel in years! More recently it was shown that more people actually watch netflix/amazon or other streaming services than live tv anyway so there you have plenty of 4K content. The way we consume media has completely changed. However I most certainly do not agree with buying a cheaper big TV. Buy a decent TV yes a big one is nice but a big cheap one is a waste of money and if you do buy cheap then you do buy twice!


I don’t think I’ve ever had their pancakes. Probably as bad as the Green Isle ones. Yuck

Finlux 43-FUC-5520 43inch 4k TV £229 @ Groupon (12% quidco cashback available)
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Seems like a really decent price for a 4k TV. I just rang up finlux to get information on the TV. He told me this is a Groupon model. He said its a rebrand of a 43-FUB-8022 Which … Read more

I've tried out a Toshiba 32" full HD, made by Vestel, and was actually quite surprised how well it performed.


My cashback has tracked now waiting to see if it clears. I had a 4k techwood tv before which I broke the screen on, and I couldn't complain about the quality.


sold out!


It's going to be like any of the Hitachi/Finlux/Bush/Toshiba TV's that all come Vestel. It does seem like a pretty decent price though, especially if the cashback comes through,


I am waiting for mine to be delivered, I will tell you when it arrives.

Finlux 65-FUC-8020 65" 4K HDR TV at Groupon for £529. Possibly £465.52 With Cashback
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Possibly £465.52, with 12% cashback, from Quidco. Thanks 'AmazonCrazy' Full details can be found on Groupon. Won't be for everyone and of course you could spend more, for a bigge… Read more

I’ve bought this and I’m very satisfied with it for the money. Didn’t get any warranty info in the box do you have to register on the finlux site ?


how do you use quidco for this offer? has anyone used it and got 12% cashback?


...and presumably at other selected times of the day



Or a Toshiba, JVC, Hitachi, Sharp, Blaupunkt, Bush, Polaroid or any of the other Vestel or UMC manufactured TVs masquerading as decent brands? The reason is they're cheap, reliability is not a concern it would seem. Long warranties are useful for these 'brands'.

Finlux 32-FHC-5520 32" Smart TV £119 @ Groupon
Refreshed 19th JulRefreshed 19th Jul
Model: 32-FHC-5520 Display: 32” LED Resolution: HD Ready Smart TV Energy efficiency rating: A+ Connectivity: Two HDMI ports One USB port One Scart port UK 3-pin plug Package dimens… Read more

Probably a really stupid question but can this be wall mounted?


Just got this TV Wednesday (18th) to use as a bedroom TV. Took about 9 days to arrive (from the 9th), but did get here in the end. I wasn't expecting much, but have been pleasantly surprised with the quality of the screen, even though it's only HD Ready. The built-in wifi (2.4 and 5GHZ) was also a nice addition for the price. Was only expecting the network plug. Even the speakers are decent and easier to hear than our old TV. Netflix is pretty sharp - better than the Pipo streaming box we'd been using on the old TV. Oddly it shows up as displaying at 1920x1080 when I run Windows, both on the TV and in Windows. The FreeviewPlay app is nice as it puts all of the catch-up shows one app, although the original iPlayer, ITV Player, etc. apps are there as well. Additionally, in the Vewd app store (which is kind of an app store within the main app store) is another app (Filmon I think) that streams Freeview channels without an aerial. Mostly UK, but a few other countries as well. Quality on that isn't great but better than watching without an aerial. But there's a lot of other streaming apps to explore, if you're inclined to dig a little deeper. Also has Plex if that's your groove. For whatever reason our cashback has tracked at about £19 (I think we subscribe and get a better percentage), so a smart 32" TV for £100 has turned out to be a really nice bargain! I did some searching and it's a bit difficult to find anything new in the same range with the same features for less than £120. Only down side I can really think of is that it doesn't have Amazon streaming, which we don't use. Overall, quite pleased here! (popcorn) Edit: Follow-up to confirm the cashback tracking at £19 making the overall price £100! Still going strong, still quite happy! Netflix looks great. Comparing 'Friends' widescreen episodes on Netflix against the Extended Edition episodes on the DVDs you can see how much sharper Netflix is. It would be nice to have Amazon Video on here as well, but it's minor really, given the price.


Yee, I do have a model close to this and I am running NordVPN on it sucesfully. Worst case scenario would be to run VPN on your router. (Make sure yours support one). If you do not have subscription check their website as newest deal is quite good one for 2.75 a month


Only 2 hdmi, so cold!!!


Not ! It's is smart with app's and built wifi, It's the same as many cheap TV's(Like 32" Bush Argos, Polaroid, ect) + freeview plus(on-line) Has buttons for netflix,YouTube,ect. Cpu is surprising fast :) usb memory card and mirror-cast plays most types of video's :)

Finlux 55” 4K HDR LED Smart TV £309 delivered w/code @ Groupon
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
Good price, ends midnight, unless stock goes, Use code HUMPDAY at basket 3x HDMI, 1x USB, HDR. LED, 4K, Freeview, A+ Rated. Going by model number (thanks to @bitcoin5 )this is… Read more

Yes mine arrived smashed this morning! From this thread.


Anyone else's arrive smashed?


Jealous are you then?


Council tv


Had the 49" however it was not HDR! Took a month to get a refund and no comment from Groupon about misleading information

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Finlux 50-FFB-5522 50 Inch Full HD Smart LED TV with Freeview Play £279.00
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
I was looking for a cheap n cheerful TV for the conservatory / kids play room £279 seems fairly reasonable for a 50 inch 1080p set. Finlux 50-FFB-5522 50 Inch Full HD Smart LED TV… Read more
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Thanks OP Expect pages and pages of drivel discussion on how this in no way compares to 'my £2000 top of the line tv' and People sharing their personal tastes, likes and dislikes in a telly.

Finlux 43" HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £289.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
4k HDR freeview Wi-Fi smart tv good to watch the world cup on?

I’ve got a Finlux, it’s the non smart TV. Wouldn’t recommend it though, sounds awful and the picture isn’t great. Might be better as a TV for the kids room


They both have HDR looking at the specs


It's a different model. Look at the stand.


Looks like you can get this from groupon for £249, also get the 55" for £329


is this good for ps4 gaming?

Finlux 50'' HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £399.98 @ Ebuyer  - Need I say more
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
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What was there before? XD


Nice stand


Thanks for posting @craven6666 I've added the full product name, price and merchant to the title and yes, good price.

Finlux 55" 4K UHD Smart TV £329 - now £309 w/code SUNSTYLE @ Groupon
Refreshed 6th JunRefreshed 6th Jun
*Updated 6th June - code SUNSTYLE gives a further £20 off until midnight* Finlux 55 inch 4K UHD Smart TV. Incredible viewing experience, Freeview Play. 4K UHD Smart apps include … Read more

You've sold me. Out of interest what model number is your 3d 4k Finlux?


Are you one of those that look at the mantelpiece when poking the fire?


What about the Medion 55" Smart 4k TV at Aldi for £399 With a 3 year warranty. You can't go wrong if it fails take it back, there great at giving you your CASH back 5*.


As above unable to order. Sold out?


"Not yet available" - is it gone ?

Finlux 43" HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £289.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
4K Ultra HDResolution: 3840 x 2160HDRSmart TVFreeviewPlay - catch up made easy

Showing as £349. FAR better deal is the "55 version on groupon for £329. Had a Finlux 3d tv with no real issues apart from the sound which was 'tinny'.


Looks like groupon is selling the same TV for £249


Price seems to have risen to £349.96 now.


My filmic 43 uhd has been great 2 years in. Can’t complain


Says it's HDR10 compliant.

Finlux 50'' HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £329.99 @ EBUYER.COM
Found 15th MayFound 15th May

I bought my parents a 32" 1080p smart Finlux TV for £200 about 3 years ago. Still works perfectly fine , the smart part is just a little slow. Would highly recommend the brand in general as had no issues at all.


Finlux is there own brand and used 2 get panels of Samsung unless its changed now


another vestel but if you are for a large tv and have very limited budget , you probably won't find anything cheaper.


Looks like there is no logo!


Finlux? Looks thin

Sharp LC-43CFG6352K 43" Full HD Smart TV £278.99 delivered + 5 Year warranty / Finlux 43 Inch 4K UHD Smart TV £259 delivered @ Box
Refreshed 30th AprRefreshed 30th Apr
*Updated 23rd May: 43 inch smart tv offer still on for Sharp with a 5 year warranty. If you are after a 43 inch 4k tv there is also an offer for a Finlux for £259 delivered* Only… Read more

Got a sharp from Curry's for £199 for a 40 inch


World Cup this Summer - the peak TV selling period globally for TV makers. But the world looks as if it is heading into recession so methinks we will see some panic hot TV deals at the time of the World Cup... especially if there is a boycott of it by certain nations.


Can you expand? Whose the clique and why does it benefit them to post deals?



I bought a 43inch, full hd, smart, Sharp TV about 18 months ago for £250.....this is shocking.....and so is the TV. Takes ages to start up, even when the screen is on, you can't change channel or input for about another minute, and the only smart function that works is YouTube.....sometimes.

Finlux 50'' 4K UHD Smart LED FVP TV £339.99 from Ebuyer
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
50" Screen 4K UHD Resolution 3 HDMI & 1 USB Smart

Awesome value for money!


I have the model before this ...fantastic picture and tv


Voted HOT! excellent deal!


Voted Hot.. Absolute one not to miss . (excited)


It could be like peering through a dirty window or likely to burn your house down. As long as it's 4k or quickcharge it's hot hot hot! :D

Finlux 50" 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview Play £319 delivered (65 inch version £589) @ Box
Found 6th MarFound 6th Mar
Didn't think this was too bad for those on a budget. Has 4 HDMI ports, 3 USB and that all important Scart :p If the stand isn't your thing, it is wall mountable. Not too bad all f… Read more

49" Finlux bought through these threads ....use it in the bedroom ....on freeview off an inside arial Picture is very good HD is excellent an 4k through YouTube stream is very good don't be out off by brand snobs for the money im more than happy ... (y)


That's oled


You where it around your neck in the winter


We purchased a New49” 4K Finlux from Amazon for £230 I’m watching it now and the picture quality is really good. Sound isn’t that great so we bought a Monitor Audio sound bar.


My 6yr old Samsung PS51D6900 plasma also disagrees with your comment, the only display I've seen to better it is OLED, and even then it's a close one.

Finlux 42FME249S-T 42" Full HD 1080p Smart LED TV with Freeview HD £229 Delivered @
Found 14th FebFound 14th Feb
Stylish looking 42" for under £230! Packed with Smart features as you'd expect. if you aren't looking to make the 4K jump just yet, this could be a perfect replacement for you :) … Read more

Great thanks, just ordered, good price


I’ve just ordered it. I’ve been after a cheap telly for the dining room. TopCashback too

55" 4K Finlux Smart TV with free delivery - £359 (plus other tvs in post) @ Groupon
Refreshed 3rd MayRefreshed 3rd May
Updated 26th April: 55 inch Finlux smart tv with HDR is back plus other tv's available Not sure about the brand Finlux but thought it was a good price for a smart 4K tv with these… Read more
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Wow, looks a brilliant deal.


Anyone know what the response rate is like on this for gaming?


This deal from AO EBAY £341 with code P10MAY


Far too much snobbery goes on on this site (intact all forum based sites tbf). My personal experience is this... I had an LG 3D TV, *upgraded to a 50" Polaroid TV for £200 (thanks to this site) Picture quality of all non 3d content was on a par. Build quality of the LG was better, but who cares when you don't touch the TV once it's in place. Price difference was over £400, and there was no way a £400 picture difference. I have subsequently purchased a Samsung MU6700. The picture quality and build quality is much crisper than the Polaroid, it's brighter and handles motion a little better. BUT it's £300 more than what I paid for the Polaroid. In my opinion there isn't a £300 difference in picture quality. My point is, those on a budget, in most cases will be very happy with this, or a Polaroid or a vestel based TV for the money they're paying. If you have the spare cash and want a higher spec TV then I would suggest doing it, but only marginally.


Ah, the 'Finlux' quality...

Finlux 43 Inch Ultra HD Smart Netflix 4K LED TV Freeview Play - £279 Amazon
Found 2nd Dec 2017Found 2nd Dec 2017
Not the best model, but at this price worth a punt? Freeview Play, allowing catch-up services including BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub, All 4 and Demand 5! Ultra HD 2… Read more
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Will this have Smart IPTV app?


Yer, Was my deal, Still can't believe that price.


You'll need a soundbar


Wow £199 would have been a great price


3 camels shows this was down to £199.99 earlier this year in Feb, so will wait for the DeLorean to arrive again

Finlux 65-FUB-8022 65" UHD LED 4K smart TV £699 - Groupon
Found 16th Oct 2017Found 16th Oct 2017
Nice and affordable price

People waste far to much money on branded TV's I sit about 12 ft from mine and could not tell you if the picture was 720p or 1080p from that kind of distance. I paid top whack for a good computer monitor because I do sit close to that and can benefit from the added quality. You generally can't with a TV at less than 6ft away from the screen.


I don't think there's too many people with a living room smaller than 5-8 feet across. And if my budget was £700 and I was looking for a new TV, I'd infinitely rather have a cheap 65" 4k than have some all-singing, all-dancing top-end 32" job. There's some ridiculous snobbery involved over TVs.


Ahh fair enough, I misunderstood. Yeah you want to be between 5.4 and 8.1 feet. I'm about 8 feet from mine I would say.


It's distance which he was referring to, I think.


They don't actually take up that much space.

Finlux 65" 4K UHD Freeview Play LED Smart TV With Free Delivery - £699 @ Groupon
Found 7th Oct 2017Found 7th Oct 2017
The Specifics Model 65-FUB-8022 Freeview Play function 4K UHD with 23 million subpixels Smart apps include Netflix 4K, YouTube 4K, BBC iPlayer and web browser Freeview HD 60 f… Read more
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Sold out


OK then... cheers for the random questions for no point. :/


I have a perfectly fin5 Panasonic 65" oled and a 50" pioneer kuro. So really no need😪


To find yourself a better TV (y)


Why would I need to do that?

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