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Panasonic 65FX600B 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV for £889.89 Delivered @Costco
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22/10/2018Starts at 22/10/201804/11/2018Expires on 04/11/2018Found 11th OctFound 11th Oct
DryUrEyesMate

same here i always seem to keep missing them.

Mark_LewisZ7x

Oh I believed you buddy just can't seem to ever find them myself. I'l keep the eyes open now tho. Cheers pal

DryUrEyesMate

as requested but i was to slow, but just wanted to show you they to exist... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-oled55b7v-55-inch-oled-4k-ultra-hd-refurbished-for-80910-richer-sounds-3078345

MatsyLR

You expect them to keep apps/firmware up to date on "old" TV's? I get what your saying but they want people to upgrade not keep TV's for years.

sam_of_london

Voted hot

Sony KD49XF9005BU 49" 4K UHD FALD LCD LED TV with 5 Year Warranty (In-store for Costco Members Only) - £815.98
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04/11/2018 at 18:00Expires on 04/11/2018 at 18:00LocalLocalFound 11th OctFound 11th Oct
Costco are doing a cracking deal on this highly rated telly. Seems to be £1,049 pretty much everywhere else. Costco are doing it for 2 pence shy of £816 ! NOTE: This deal is in… Read more
naz400r

In all honesty for me, Richer Sounds have always wasted my time. First the guy said he was sure they didnt match costco (in that cocksure tone as well). I pointed out the statement on their website that they definitely do match costco. Then his story changed to they'd have to add on the membership price. I said it doesnt state that online. He said he'd ring head office?? Rang me back after 30 mins, they would do £845.98, pricing in membership, head office rules apparently. I said other stores around the country dont do that, his words were they couldnt comment other stores. How a company like that fails to have a centralised policy is unknown. I just hate the cocky attitude of their staff and theyve never price matched according to their policy whenever i've tried. Good luck to those who manage to get it !

TheMetalMan

This is the best I can find at the moment and have gone for one myself. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sony-kd65xf9005bu-4k-hdr-led-tv-auto-200-off-1745-tps-uk-3074519

spongebob1913

think im going to bite on this today :)

ChippyorJames

Kingston, so a bit of a ways away from Preston. I’ve just been and managed to get the price beat (£10 off), making it £805.98! Nice little bonus.

naz400r

Which RS store mate?

Samsung UE65NU7100 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR Smart TV £827.04 @ Amazon
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Samsung UE65NU7100 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR Smart TV Ultra HD certified for true 4K colour and clarity Hidden cables for a clutter free and stylish cable management solut… Read more
xboxden

Anyone had issues with this TV and Xbox one graphic blurring? Mate of mine bought the 40 inch version last week and gets slightly blocky graphics when moving within games. Tried different settings etc with no luck. I have the older version of the TV and don't get the issue. everything else seem fine on the TV. can't work out if it's the Xbox or the TV? Any help would be appriciated. thanks!

dezbo8888

Usual get out . Any excuse not to price match

cutthroat_jake

cossy3

Should have, never should of

mhl

I should of made myself clearer and emphasised the around black Friday !!

Panasonic 55FX700B 55 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV £599.89 @ Costco
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Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Features - 55” UHD 4K screen, amazing for sports and movies - x3 HDMI - connect your consoles, set top boxes and bluray player - Support for multiple HDR formats including HDR10 an… Read more
jeczap

Yes, very happy with it. Can't fault the picture, but think the Panasonic has a slight edge - warmer perhaps? 10inch difference, so difficult to properly judge. You have 3 months with Costco to request a refund if you're not happy - they happily collect free of charge

Carson_Official

The 2018 models are pretty good. The only thing I don't like is that its a VA panel rather than IPS (personal preference). The Smart features are meant to be really good too.

fleetingmind

Is the Hisense decent?

jeczap

I had the 600B, which I returned for the recent hukd 65inch Hisense at Richersounds. Very basic features and would not play mkv and only a handful of mp4 files. Picture was good out of the box, though

Toshiba 49U5863DB 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR @ AO.COM - £379 (Claim a free copy of Deadpool 2 on Blu-ray)
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Toshiba 49U5863DB 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play - Black Gloss - [A+ Rated] Very good price for a 49'' 4K TV Free delivery available on certain days Claim a… Read more
Wigwam857

I've had a Panasonic flat screen 1080p for years. Never needed anything other than the built in speakers. Sound bars are just an extra waste of money and power

parekh

50” not quite 49 but has got decent reviews... (also on amazon but no 5 year warranty at Amazon. ) @ £449 https://www.costco.co.uk/Electronics-Security/Televisions-Projectors/Philips-50PUS670312-50-Inch-4K-UHD-SMART-Ambilight-TV/p/275180

chrisshein

Can anyone recommend anything better than this price point with 5 year warranty? Thanks

getknk

JOHN Lewis link johnlewis.com/toshiba-49u6863db-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-49-inch-with-freeview-hd-freeview-play-black/p3585732 Same price in case you need 5 year warranty

jonnygy07

I have the 55 inch version and I think it’s brilliant, chose this one as it’s literally one of the only 4K ones with a scart port aswell as lots of hdmi and USB ports, got the old Nintendo 64 hooked up aswell as the new consoles and pc, for the money it’s fantastic

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32" full hd tv £169.99 instore @ Aldi
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LocalLocalFound 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Aldi high Wycombe £10 off 32" Full HD TV instore 179.99 on website Normally for this price you can only get a HD 720p TV.
miffyl

Blurb says 400 MPI but video says 600 MPI. Not sure how much of a difference it will make. Looks good value for what it is.

maddogb

Yes I can see riots in the streets from all the young children forced to have this in their bedrooms over the latest £400 4k set, A whole generation that will need counselling for decades to come

sam_of_london

Cold . Buy 4k now

sheffield788

Never seen a TV in any Aldi, probably easier and less hassle to get it from their website and have it delivered. If you don't need to see it first.

bitcoin5

Try that again.. thread went to lala land and back! Brilliant price for a FULL HD model! Features LCD-TV with LED-backlight-technology Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio Full HD experience with razor-sharp images in 16:9 format Freeview Play with over 70 TV channels and more than 30 radio stations HD Combo Tuner (DVB-T2, DVB-C) 400 MPI Integrated internet browser enables you to surf the internet on your TV Media portal to access news, games and much more Netflix App With AVS (Audio-Video-Sharing), you can playback music, photos or films directly on your TV from your home network HbbTV function Wireless Display - stream all kinds of content from your smartphone, tablet or notebook directly to your smart TV Integrated CI+ interface in combination with the relevant CI+ module and smart card enables you to receive encrypted programs PVR function – recording of TV streams to external USB devices (not included) Integrated media player – direct playback of your favorites photos, music and films WLAN integrated – for the wireless use of internet MEDION® Life Remote App for Android® and Apple Smart devices HMDI® inputs for transferring HD image and sound signals High dynamic contrast for remarkably sharp images and optimal image quality Teletext with 1,000-page memory Electronic program guide (EPG) – always know what’s on Image optimization using CTI, 3D comb filter and noise reduction Automatic Programming System – country and language-dependent channel search and sorting (APS) Easy switching between two channels using the SWAP function Multilingual menu interface Parental supervision function Sleep timer Simple wall mounting thanks to VESA standard 11 ports including USB, 3 HDMI and earphone jack DTS HD sound Guarantee/Warranty 3 Years

Panasonic 49FX750B 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV - £100 cheaper than anywhere else plus 5 year warranty £899.89 @ Costco
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Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Hi, I saw this offer from a newly released Panasonic top of the line LED 4K TV. It is Costco online, but it is 100 pounds cheaper than john lewis with the same warranty, if not bet… Read more
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Thoughtful

For anyone wondering about the 'film' shown on Panasonic TVs to demo them, it isn't an actual film, and was made specifically for Panasonic to appear as a series of shorts from a real film. Shame really, it looked worth watching !

Danze1984

For this price I'd want 55 inch on a non OLED.

TCL 55DP608 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play - Black now £379 Delivered w/code @ ao
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Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Quite a significant price drop on this TV at ao - think it's the cheapest it's been at any retailer - seen it previously at around £420 but next cheapest now is £449 Use code AOSO… Read more
kharma45

Is there any news articles about the newer model?

ukhot642

Yep newer version is coming. It's ideal for gaming 55 is kinda big for that 43 inch on Black Friday would be perfect upgrade. Apparently they have low input lag.

Kay135

This looks like last year's model. I know the most recent model has had rave reviews in the US for the value it provides but the prices in the UK seem much higher

dsstn

Agreed Lee.Dirty tactics not a good sign.When you launch a product this side of the pond we need the best you can offer at the best prices.So stay away from TCL in the future.

Lee_Gilbert

I was really disappointed with their initial UK launch. The USA models and reviews really rave about these screens only to be short changed this side of the pond. Based on this alone even if they change their tactics will not consider this brand.

Digihome 49" HD LED with Freeview HD TV £180 @ Jack's (Tesco)
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LocalLocalFound 19th SepFound 19th Sep
I know you can only buy this at two stores at present but it must be the cheapest 49" television out there
BraddersJ

Brilliant

Sdolwane2000

Tesco was founded in 1919 by Jack Cohen as a group of market stalls.[9] The Tesco name first appeared in 1924, after Cohen purchased a shipment of tea from T. E. Stockwell and combined those initials with the first two letters of his surname

Besford

The point they seem to have missed (ie conveniently overlooked) is that Aldi and Lidl are not just much cheaper: it's excellent quality too!

premierfella

Good deal - easy to offer a cut price TV deal if you only have to have a handful of the TVs to sell through your two stores at the price! As for Jack's, you can tell that Tesco have put some thought behind their trial. Aldi and Lidl are foreign-owned, so making a big deal of "British" makes some sense as a USP for a Tesco-owned brand aiming at them. Different sizes planned, some local to a Tesco store to test if it just cannibalises their core brand. Still think Jack's won't take off - when you look at most of the example pricing and products the press fed out, Jack's was selling a lot of stuff already in Tesco stores at exactly the same price. So why would I visit Jack's rather than a Tesco Extra with a bigger range? And if Tesco were planning to remove the Jack's-priced "value" stuff from Tesco stores in the longer term, why would I switch to Jack's rather than, say, Morrison's etc.

sam_of_london

Buy 4k now

New 2018 65" NU7100 UHD HDR Smart 4K TV £909 @ Samsung
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Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
New 2018 65” NU7100 Ultra HD certified HDR Smart 4K TV Follow link for more info, great price on this TV as it’s cheaper from Samsung than the other shops, as well as checkout wit… Read more
KapA

(lol)

urethra_franklin

Not really. What type of wall was it? what tiles did you opt for?

KapA

shotgun weekends... it was on the wall? Moved house and wall wasn't ready (being tiled) for bracket? so wanted feet to stand it up? make sense now? (skeptical)

diktiomenos

You 2 should meet and make a whole tv out of what you've got left!

toonarama

You're lucky. I've only got the polystyrene packaging left and nothing to keep them in.

AMAZING SELFRIDGES 65" SK9500 price glitch - £1,299 plus adittional £500 cashback from LG @ Selfridges
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Price Glitch on Selfridges same price for the 55" and 65" TVs of the same model.
cosminhards

I ordered it as well but now I am wondering if they will actually deliver an SK9500 or rather an 8100 as stated in the description ("The LG 65" 4K Super Ultra HD HDR SK8100P TV brings ...") . And the photos are from the 8100 as well, now I see.

gany

Ordered yesterday...thanks OP!

Ragspeg

Was oos when I tried last night, but I was able to order this morning. Thanks op.

charlie182008

I'm about to checkout just wanted to check ta

brendanhickey

I got confused lol

Medion 32" Smart Full HD TV £179.99 @ Aldi
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Found 10th SepFound 10th Sep
Cheapest Full HD Smart TV on the market with 3 years warranty LCD-TV with LED-backlight-technology Widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio Full HD experience with razor-sharp images in 16:… Read more
Darealspoon

Would I get a better TV for the money by waiting for black friday /cyber Monday?? Genuine question

Carpetbagger

Picked one up yesterday, is anyone elses screen loose? Seems to be a gap between the glass(screen) and the surround on the one I have.

LilCraig1988uk

Just been and picked one up in my local aldi. Plenty of stock in-store. For the price this is a really good TV. Nice upgrade for my son's bedroom. Very happy.

ayeup

I bought the 55" Sony AF8 Oled three weeks back for the living room, being our first Smart TV. Now we both love it so I said to the wife fancy a 32" Smart TV for your bedrrom. Having bought a 32" HD Medion 12 years ago for the In-laws which is still going strong, I plumped for their latest 32" Smart HD TV offering. And you know what, it is a cracking little set, and well worth the money.....251 Apps via the Medion portal, only negative is the remote could have had smaller volume and channel +/- buttons to enable bigger smart left / right up / down buttons that encompass the OK button . But that is a small niggle when compared to all the positives you get with this set. So there you have it, our main TV is an Oled, but we can quite easly watch this Aldi offering without throwing up. Though I dare say there will be some on here who will say it ruined their TV snobbery standing (annoyed) Its a know brainer really, order on line it will arrive in two days, try it out and if you don't think it is worth the money send it back , its free delivery and returns. And with a 3 year warranty and only 29 watts an hour to run, whats not to like PS: three floors up from the router on WiFi it was only getting 1mbs so I hard wired it through a TP Link thingamiejig now its flying on 11mbs :)

dhc28791

Yes

32 inch sharp full HD TV £183.99 @ Very
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This is 1 of the best 32 inch full HD for this price range I have spotted
KemCol

Off electrical stuff , Yes .

tamoil

Are you saying MJWVP the code in the op is only 10% off?

KemCol

You would not get 20% off with that code , only 10% .

Squirrel2012

Use the code to get the dis

KemCol

You would only get 10% off with that code on your first credit order .

Toshiba 43L3753DB 43 Inch Full HD TV at Costco for £199.99
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Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
HD Ready - To watch TV in HD picture quality is to see and believe in the on-screen action. Catch additional detail in every scene for a more authentic viewer experience. DVD - Sav… Read more
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Raulbarcos

Nice Deal! Is it smart tv?

deanos

35% more isnt just a bit more :)

vibz1991

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BraddersJ

Whoosh

Dejaque

COLD. For £200 I want a 4k HDR 70" brand-name with an AI system that tunes into my thoughts and picks shows based on my mood.

Tommo2

Think that's annoying, I had it in my basket at £352, went to pay and it didn't complete as the price had increased to £449.... (annoyed) ;( (horror)

ozstriker3

As per usual waited too long and missed the good price, annoy

Davejay81

Looks like I was just in time.. spent off the Nectar points and saved a further £35 on it.. means the 2k telly can now sit in the bedroom for late night series catch ups and the 4k can be enjoyed with such games as FIFA... (sad life but hey!!) Re the 6 year fix it idea.. if it's a common fault in the device it would be quite easy to rattle a cage, but I'd see no point in holding my breath if it's outwith a warranty. My limited legal knowledge would point out they can simply state the device isn't supposed to be left in standby mode beyond a certain time, it has to be updated regularly and they can point to any number of factors which can cause wear and tear to the parts within the device over time. To be honest at £352 vs the £449 general price of it, the money saved can be put into a savings account then just buy a like for like if it breaks down in a few years. Or Google how to fix it haha 8)

Common.Sense

Then he is lucky. The onus is on the purchaser to prove the fault. I had a Brother printer repaired after 5 years and it was hard. "Any defect or non-conformity of goods with the contract which becomes apparent within 6 months of delivery are presumed to have existed at the time of delivery. After the expiry of this 6 month period, the burden to prove that the defect or non-conformity of goods with the contract existed on delivery generally shifts to the consumer." The issue is how to prove and do so cheaply!

madmick666

Lad at work got his fixed after 5years didn't have to prove anything

jspujol

with HDR why won't it do hdr??

yulu91

Exactly what I did (highfive)

jaydeeuk1

This isn't a 120hz panel if that's what you're asking, although that won't make any difference with a PS4, however this won't do HDR either. If you've splashed out for a Pro you at least want a TV that can do it justice.

moch

Hopefully they will honour the deal!

byzar

£349 now

LG 43 Inch 43UK6400PLF Smart Ultra HD TV with HDR £399 Argos
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Decent TV if this size screen suits
steve_bezerker

They are all made in a factory somewhere, build quality would be largely the same, brand doesn't really mean that much anymore as proven by the Hisense brand basically taking over the market as an unknown supplier coming out of Asia. Having said that if you can get your hands on a cheap Samsung or Sony they have great motion and backlit technology.

littlejimmy

Techwood over LG? Really? Serious question

steve_bezerker

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/techwood-50ao8usb-50-smart-4k-ultra-hd-tv-with-hdr-and-freeview-play-349-ao-3037337 This one is HDR 10, only 50hz as well but is £50 cheaper than this and is only an example of better quality for cheaper. I'm not saying to buy this one though as I don't think that one is particularly the best for your money either. Just shop around. I got a Samsung 43" 7400NU when they first released for like £509 and that was priced up at over £700 at the time.

dbx125

Do you have any specific recommendations cause I can't see a lot for 400 or under except a Toshiba for 329

ayylmao

WHich ones?

Techwood 50AO8USB 50" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with HDR and Freeview Play £349 *Now £329* @ AO
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Decent price for a tv that’s just been released! I don’t have this version, I have 2 versions below this one and it’s a really good tv! Really worth the price. Tempted to purchase … Read more
fearona

Joined, posted a compliment and never seen again? Coincidence maybe.

Rafei_Barakat

I just joined to say it's Nice to see people like Jace sharing sharing their opinion and backing it up with valid clear evidence for the benefit of others. You have no idea how many people look on these sites and have no idea if it's good or not but they think they're getting a better deal. World needs more people like Jace.

AmazingGoose

Nice tests, I also tried out the RTINGS test: In all tests, my old LG 42LB630V performs admirably, noticeably better than my mid 2015 MacBook Pro... but then again, maybe my 39 year old eyes have lost the twitch response and tracking of my 24 year old UT2k4 European league gamer eyes!! (excited) I dunno, motion compensation to me looks doctored and artificial, not because it's too smooth or too realistic, but because the motion speed and direction seems to wander all over the place. To each their own though I guess, bit of a Marmite situation :D

Jace_Phoenix

Ah, here is the graph i mentioned, we must have posted at the time time. Regarding your comment on your expert settings, and synchronizing the frames to the source doesn't help at all with LCD or OLED that use 'Sample and Hold'. You will always get motion blur, doubling the frames can help a lot with that. Also, panel response times are important. Tests like these are a good indication on how well your TV can handle motion. If you have Youtube on your TV, give it a try, otherwise you should be able to find something you can burn to a dvd or copy to USB to try it out :) Hereis one for 60fps

Jace_Phoenix

Where on earth did I say there was no difference? and there was no point? All i was suggesting was that you benefit more from 4k sources in proportion to your TV size, and your viewing distance. There are some published viewing distances that appear on here frequently, and they apply to people with 20/20 vision, so if your vision isn't 20/20 then you will get even less benefit. You then need to work out how much 4k material you will actually be watching, because a HD TV will always be better at displaying HD than a 4k TV.

LG 55SK8000PLB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with free LG SK1 Bluetooth soundbar  £799 @ AO
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LG 55SK8000PLB 55" SUPER UHD PREMIUM 4K HDR SMART LED TV, Dolby Atmos, with Freeview play, THINQ AI, Brilliant titan, Magic Remote ready (2018 MODEL) Free LG SK1 Bluetooth Soundb… Read more
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kestrel1960

I never saw it that low. It’s much higher now.

Karl18

It says it's 1249 when you click on get deal.

johneboy04

I missed out on the lg 55sj850 @ John Lewis for £649 😥

kestrel1960

I’ve always had LG and no issues whatsoever. I now own four of them 22” 32” 49” in various rooms. If I’m honest the 49” is excellent but I was lusting after an OLED LG for the World Cup, However, the OLED models obstinately remained well over my £1000 price point so I had to do a lot more research and finally settled on the Super UHD LG 55SJ850 last January 2018 which I got for a very reasonable £799 via JL with 5 yr warranty. The SJ has been nothing short of brilliant with the widest viewing angles in the business (a major deciding factor in our wide lounge.) The Super UHD Nano cell technology really makes a diffference over standard LED in my opinion. This SK appears to be the new 2018 version of the SJ model although I’d check on that to make sure. It is showing as £1249 on your link to AO but £799 on the Amazon link. One great upgrade over my model is the full array LED backlights (my model is edge-lit but this is no problem whatsoever.) If you can get the 2018 model for £799 I honestly wouldn’t hesitate,

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