All LG Discounts, Offers and Sale - April 2018
Here's the proof.
What's the wattage?
Thought it was a food mixer at first glance :)
These are brilliant :)
(skeptical) seems unrealistic
Still 1/3 more than this, even if it were that price right now, and not entirely the same product (3d sound and lighting may be important to some and the Soundcore has neither). No doubt the Soundcore has better sound but you could go on forever listing speakers that are a bit better for a bit more.
Amazon's price goes up & down like a yo-yo, I got mine for 20 pounds.
Twice the price?
I think the Anker soundcore is better.
Looks good, but anygood?
have you got one? whats the camera like? and battery life? I completely agree with you tho
Get a lg g5 for 120£, Snapdragon 820, 4gb ram or 3 can't remember, dual camera, removable battery, can get excellent condition ones for 140 mark, why do people have to get new especially with mid or low budget phones these are going to tend to last less time usable then a flagship. Flagship still usable up to 4 year mark (apar From battery but can change on g5) and a mid or low tier 2 year mark it will become too sluggish
Pretty much I was interested until I saw that pile of rubbish. Too many mid range devices are ruined by Snapdragon 4XX SoCs.
I contacted the seller and these are open box new... (highfive)
Yep it's not a bad looking device and no doubt the camera and screen will be a decent standard but that 435 is going to chug. I can understand a budget device will have compromises but imo a 4xx processor shouldn't be one of them.
Back up to £399 now.
Agree it is quite low brightness to have as a main TV in the living room, but fine for the bedroom where I wouldn't want it too bright anyway
The stands put me off
John lewis won't price match Amazon as they are online only.
what to do now pls
You are correct on the technical details but for productivity needs (programming) the ppi is perfectly fine. Obviously it's not going to fit the bill for video production or gaming but you wouldn't be looking at a sub £800 ultrawide if this was your use case, you'd most likely be looking at 4k 144mhz+ monitors.
You have lost me. I was only pointing out that a 34"=27" nothing more but as its not for you then not really a big deal.
You have completely lost me. The LG Ultrawide 34UM68-P in this deal is 34" monitor at 2560x1080, in my view that is far too low a resolution for a monitor of this size. Weather its a 34" or 27" 1080p on monitor of that size has to low a PPI for some peoples liking including me. Redit quote: 1920x1080 on a 27" screen has pretty much the same PPI (Pixel Per Inch - Pixel density) as 2560x1080 on a 34"/35". https://www.reddit.com/r/ultrawidemasterrace/comments/62oltc/ultrawide_34_inch_is_1080p_really_not_enough/
Yes but the screen isnt 34" = 27" on a ultrawide.
This is great price, I saw one in us for 300 dollars
I got mine for £450 great tv!
[quote=pavel76]43" 3K RGBW panel for nearly £400 sounds expensive...[/quote] Cheaper than an iPhone! For me web os with a magic remote is worth the premium, don't think this has if tho? Normal remotes seem a bit weird after a few years of a magic remote
Mad how good this makes the 55 inch mu6120 deal sound Cost me 449 from ao.com and couldn't be happier for what I paid picture spot in
Similarly waiting for a 49'' deal.
Where are all the decent high spec TV deals. I'm losing my mind!!!
Ok, best that you wait 10 years and pick one up then.
1) CPU from OcUK when they cleared out, forums only special offer IIRC. Aorus board from Scan. It was about £160 when I bought. They put the price up to £180+ by the time it hit this site a few days later. 2) Personally I don’t care about the LEDs. Higher end boards get better power delivery which aids in overclocking, USB 3.1, more M.2 slots, better audio etc. The rough equivalent features wise is the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 which is ~£180. 3) 7820X probably, if the price drops. 8 core, 4.5Ghz Turbo stock. Lets see what the next refresh brings. ;) 4) Yeah, writing is on the wall for the consumer chip on the HEDT platform idea, but that doesn’t make it a bad chip if the price is attractive enough, which is what I said in my first post. You can still buy a 7700K and that’s dead-er than the 7740X as regards platform … and more expensive and slower.
1) Where did you buy for £331? That is 100 quid lower than record prices. Was it used? The cheapest I see the Auros for is 180 quid. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-AORUS-Ultra-Gaming-Motherboard/dp/B072VLFFKC/ref=sr_1_fkmr2_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1524141410&sr=8-2-fkmr2&keywords=motherboard+auros+os+x299 And the cheapest I see the 7740x is 234.99. So, something is up! 2) You can buy the Auros for much cheaper for the z370. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Z370-Aorus-Gaming-K3-Motherboard/dp/B075ZZ4XDD/ref=sr_1_2?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1524141520&sr=1-2&keywords=Auros+z370&dpID=51ZiusNb7ML&preST=_SY300_QL70_&dpSrc=srch But let's be clear, you mention the 87 quid board was 'bad'. I disagree. Feel free to take a look at the offerings, they don't have LEDs, but they certainly have good features. The z370 chipset itself is strong enough on its own. As you said to someone else, you can't back that generalised and incorrect assertion up. 3) What CPU are you considering for an 'upgrade' path here? The 7740x is clearly aimed at gamers rather than HEDT work loads, are you planning on paying 1k+ for one of the 10/12/16 core chips? 4) You mention 'outdated kit' yet you don't see the writing on the wall for the 4 core 7740x? That's a platform that doesn't have mainstream support, was greatly ignored, and overpriced. You suggest the 8700k will be window fillers at CEX, but I'd suggest these motherboards and CPUs will be the CEX filler. (un-provable assertion, see ;-))
Firstly, I built a few months ago, Secondly, I paid less than £331 for the 7740X and an X299 Aorus board. Thirdly, an equivalent Z370 board to the Aorus X299 would be £180+ RRP, so you're never finding one for £87. If you want to use a stripped out value board then knock yourself out. Fourthly, X299 has a future CPU upgrade path. So that's why. They didn't in this case. The architecture is unchanged. I've proved my facts, you can't back that generalised and incorrect assertion up. As for taking years for new functionality added to be taken advantage off, this kit will be outdated window fillers at CEX by then, not in a gaming rig.
So fellow members on a new build whats the best set up for parts for gaming on a buget of £600?
I would suggest paying the extra £50 that John Lewis want for the TV to get the 5 years warranty. linky
Don't need. Very tempted
Note NOT true 4K, for the model 635V. Many posts on HUKD about that point. Also, NO 5 year warranty.
Crikey must have found this waaayy in the back of the warehouse, freezing.
1366x768 was awful ten years ago, you'd have to be bonkers to buy this.
not even full hd? hmmm, seems old stock cold im afraid
LG rubbish make, look on Gumtree the amount for sale 'spares or repair '
For people who want the minecraft look on everything displayed, seriously tho doesn't even seem that cheap for the compromise you'll be making.
Nice find @EllisDee_1 - thanks for sharing. Great first deal :)
How does the audio quality compare to the cheaper Betron bluetooth speakers?
£14.97 amazon prime link to sellers Sold by: Connected247
4th time I have been alerted about this deal. Why?
Suppose it depends on your laptop tho, but the manufacturers time is 5 hours. Such a shame that you can't Bluetooth to two devices at once.
Sorry, pressed negative by mistake
Just returned a LG FH4U2VCN2 9kg machine as the worst washing machine we've ever had! For some reason it just would not complete the cycle 75% of the time, taking 3 to 5 hrs sometime if it did..... Washed very well but seemed to not clear the water after the rinse part - result a tub full of extremely soaking washing that was too heavy to spin (the machine plays around for hours trying but is apparently 'protecting itself!!). LG service is appalling, just try to blame you for not using it right. After 4 or 5 weeks they admitted it was faulty and replaced both the main electronics board and the large ring of sensors. It was a bit better but still not right, 50% successfully washes. So it went, waiting for the refund now. Check the web, we're not the only ones! Shame had liked the direct drive and this was our 3rd but the risk of getting a lemon is too high. Samsung picked up today and after 3 months struggling with the LG it's a please to see it do what it's supposed to do, every time! You have been warned.
It's £20 more (after code), quick wash is 30min v this one @14 mins and I wouldn't use the main selling point of steam function and lastly I prefer the wifi option to NFC. Thanks for the suggestion tho.
What's wrong with the one JL have for £369? https://www.johnlewis.com/lg-f4j6ey2w-freestanding-washing-machine-8-5kg-load-a-energy-rating-1400rpm-spin-white/p3314285
Any deals on LG Washer Dryer?
used my corporate perks login and got another £25 quid off so paid £325 delivered tomorrow cant knock it
*(if you're happy with a potato camera)
Seems price have gone up to 599 eur sold by amazon.de now
Appears to still be a HK based company selling it.
Would Amazon still honour the warranty if brought in UK?
Announced, not yet released. It's got a slightly better camera, plus more RAM and Storage. But the V35 ThinQ is rumoured to be announced on the 2nd May, alongside the G7 ThinQ
I don't buy the carrier argument. iPhones don't have that issue, Google Pixels don't have that issue, it's just another manufacturer excuse. If they wanted to take control of updates they easily could.
Had LGs GT540, G3 and currently G5. All had updated within about a month of them coming out. It's not necessarily the company, but the carrier that delays it.
I think it's the US version that has wireless charging but no Quad DAC The HK version has Quad DAC but no wireless charging as long as you buy 64gb version or 128GB I have the 64GB HK version with Quad DAC. The sound blows every other smart phone I've owned right out of the water on a wired connection. It also has APTX HD wireless which isn't bad for bluetooth headphones either. I guess all versions probably have the APTX HD.
They've been about to release Android 7.0 for the LG G4 for as long as I can remember, don't trust what LG say. Until people have actually received the update on these devices assume it won't be happening.
Am I right in thinking this UK version removes a lot of the nice stuff: Qi wireless charging IR blaster etc
No sh*t! Even faulty LGA 2011 motherboards go for £60+ on ebay (annoyed) It's absolutely insane! There are Chinese knockoff LGA2011 boards, though I've read that they aren't proper x97 chipsets. As such they only support ancient Xeons, not Sandybridge-E nor Ivybridge-E; even then, they still cost £50-60 =/ Such a shame as there's some amazing LGA2011 bargains on CEX; the 4820K for £50 for instance! That's almoSt half what they go for on ebay!
I have Oculus Rift and the main mobo consideration is that it takes up 3 USB 3.0 connections. So you probably want at least 6 overall. Given what what you say about VR/gaming being some way down the road, I wonder if a good strategy would be to get an AMD Ryzen 2200G or 2400G with one of the new X470 chipset Mobos. The CPUs have an integrated, cut down, Vega GPU, and come in at £80/£126, and are really well reviewed, good for all but the most demanding gaming. I say it because if the onboard graphics could see you through till Autumn you'll have the new Nvidia cards to choose from and hopefully some cooling of the current price craziness.
Basically I want it mostly for Microsoft office. But at some point I will be getting a vr headset. I want something that will load instantly. I will be playing the odd AAA game at some point. I will give that website a try.
Hey dude, tell us a bit more about what your most demanding apps are and what your budget is and I'm sure you'll get some helpful suggestions. For what it's worth I've always found mobos the component where you can agonise too much, especially if (as i5/1070 suggest) you are looking for a sensible blend of upper middle performance and price rather than a bleeding edge system. Mid range mobos are much of a muchness once you get your needs straight. If you select your CPU first, identify the mid range chipset to go with that. Clarify your needs around the main selection questions - size, any specific connections you need, any new tech that really grabs you (NVMe is the obvious candidate at the moment) and it largely becomes a question of shooting for bargains and looking at review scores. You might want to think through whether overclockability means a lot for you, as that's where higher end boards compete - but you can get a sensible OC out of a mid range board and it I find the way specialists like Scan structure their product selection very good at helping narrow in on the right choices, even if you then go on Amazon to buy it.
I wasnt trying to troll. Just interested. The support though is a big thing I am guessing. Basically I bought an ASUS i5, gtx 1070 deal from laptops direct. They sent me 2 and neither would turn on so I have been refunded. Now I am looking at building a system. But things like processors and graphics cards are the easy bit, Its what motherboard to get that is giving me the headache. I want to get parts from amazon for the extra cover.
I use a 34" 21:9 @ 2560x1080 and really have no issue with the PPI. If you are a pixel snob you may see it but during motion and in games etc the quality is great.
Stretched? What? :/
I use a dell U3415W which is 3440x1440. I agree that 2560x1080 could look stretched at 34". Best look at some video reviews before buying.
I've had the 29" for about 2 years. No problems at all, great picture quality. Used for PC gaming and design.
I bought the 29" last year and I'm very impressed... now considering upgrading to the 34"! EDIT: Top tip: Putting your Windows taskbar on the left or right, rather than default bottom, gives a lot more real estate.
The drum had hot water in it not surely you realise hot water is in use in a washing machine whether that be heated or from a hot tap???
New machines are pretty much all cold fill only.
I'm no expert on these things but our old Bosch WLK 2801 is connected to both hot and cold. Not the only one surely?
This seems a harsh way to discipline your child (highfive)
Hats of to ya for your assistance Thanks
All LG models share the same core internals and as you need to optimise your load capacity without spending big bucks, as mentioned before I would consider either the 9KG steam model from John Lewis for £399 or the 9KG Turbowash model in Currysfor £399. Both qualify for the 5 Year warranty. You just need to decide which priority is greater for you. Faster wash times or the advantages that steam cleaning gives you, which you can easily research for more info.
Thanks for your help TheHun6, Ah 2 years, seen as ive just bought a pile of crap out of warranty id be pushing for extended after sales, the wife's going to have to have white or another colour if black is causing an issue. What's a good, decent model these days you can recommend
If you don't mind the previous generation design, there's this 8KG model for £349, but only with 2 year warranty: http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductQuickViewMobile.asp?SKUNumber=114465&Model=F1480TD6
But in a Which? survey involving hundreds (possibly thousands) of customers, LG surpassed Miele on reliability.
Well its still in my basket, and its gone back up in price Important messages for items in your Basket:1 item in your Basket has changed price. Items in your Basket will always reflect the most recent price displayed on their product detail pages. LG 47WV50MS 47-Inch LED Digital Signage Monitor has increased from £664.20 to £3,682.00
Yeah sorry terriq it was like a 3000 pound saving.sometimes these are only one.and whilst I would love there to be 100s it’s just not possible.
I didn't realise there was only one ☹
Thanks Terriq somebody got a bargain.my job is done.will expire