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LG 49UJ670V 49" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV with Freeview HD and Freeview Play in Grey £439 @ Hughes
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USE CODE EXTRA30 Display The LG 49UJ670V features the incredible colour boosting High Dynamic Range, this means that your new TV will show much more colour and deepen your view… Read more
Just ordered this from J Lewis and they price matched the £439, but with a 5 year warranty. No hassle just submitted a claim form and they replied within a few hours. This TV was recommended to me by someone who works in the trade, have seen it in the showroom and it looked really good so hopefully it will not disappoint.
File a price match request with john Lewis and get a free 5 year warranty. John Lewis do take a while to respond though, maybe 24 hours. Take a screen shot or photo as evidence to support your claim if declined.
Got this just before Christmas for £379. It's pretty decent.
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Nice find - good price for a decent telly.

Thanks for sharing, heat from me
LG 55UJ630V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR tv WITH 6 YEARS WARRANTY INCLUDED WITH CODE £499 @ RicherSounds
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https://www.richersounds.com/tv-projectors/4k-ultra-hd-tvs/lg-55uj630v.html USE CODE FLASH30 49 inch model for £399 USE CODE FLASH50 https://www.richersounds.com/lg-49uj630v.ht… Read more
I love ours. Only thing is if you’re not going to fit it on a wall you’ll need a very big table, or buy a stand like we did
Got this TV from Very for £449 ....it is a Great display and very nice model indeed.I am so tempted to send it back and get this for the 6 years warranty included , for £50 extra it is a no brainier really , But knowing me ....I will just end up not bothering now.
For the price it is an Excellent Deal.

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Sooooo tempted.
LG 55UJ701V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV - £569 @ Currys
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Seems a good price for the spec, clearly never £899, but looks like one of the best around for under £600. My budget was £500 but worth extending to get the magic remote and Freesa… Read more
louiseholden197224 m ago

I have two large TVs that are LG (Life's Good), a 55 and a 49, and both …I have two large TVs that are LG (Life's Good), a 55 and a 49, and both are fantastic.


I am hoping you are saying 'Life's good' as a slogan, rather than meaning the name
I have two large TVs that are LG (Life's Good), a 55 and a 49, and both are fantastic.
Ready4Whatever1 h, 3 m ago

I have the 42 in hand paid £349 from argos. It’s not worth that So COlD as …I have the 42 in hand paid £349 from argos. It’s not worth that So COlD as a cumber. Sorry


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Boring to keep mentioning, but these aren't 4k as they use a RGBW subpixel layout.
I am not going to vote either way because even though as we've been in the market for a new 49" or 55" telly for our bedroom since last summer Lucky Goldstar is not a manufacturer I have really considered at all, just looking at the naysayer posts in this very small thread is exactly why

I am the first to admit I just don't like Lucky Goldstar as a brand and never have done but I also reluctantly acknowledge they're doing rather okay on the OLED front. Though that said when it comes back to LCD/LED it's crystal clear both from industry critics and from consumers they are doing remarkably well to keep their proud reputation for manufacturing rubbish products intact.
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Intel Core I7-8700K 4.7Ghz Turbo Six Core Coffee Lake Retail/Boxed CPU Processor - LGA1151 @ AWD-IT - £308.95
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Not OEM like this deal but basically the same price
Seanspeed15 m ago

I dont really agree with this. These wont all be 'super budget' or …I dont really agree with this. These wont all be 'super budget' or anything. Many of them will offer sufficient overclocking ability to get some decent extra performance. You only need to spend the big bucks if you're trying to really push the CPU closer to its limits. As somebody who isn't concerned with MAX overclocking or whatever, I find the top boards a massive waste of money when I can get overclocking performance I'm quite happy with for much less.



Nobody is stopping you pairing a £90 board with a £310 CPU designed for overclocking but it's hardly the best pairing. Ideally you want a decent Z370 chipset if you plan on overclocking an 8700k just a little bit.

Even if you aren't aiming at max overclocking you are far more likely to have a stable, long term guaranteed overclock with lower voltage required and better vdroop characteristics on the nicer boards.

I'm not talking about £200+ boards here. £130-£140 for a well featured Z370 board will get something sufficiently better than a £90-£100 budget board to make it worth the extra cash with such a high end CPU.
vulcanproject2 h, 45 m ago

Saying that it's not exactly an ideal pairing for a £310 i7 8700k on a …Saying that it's not exactly an ideal pairing for a £310 i7 8700k on a budget board that has average VRM performance or can't support the full range of overclocking options.


I dont really agree with this. These wont all be 'super budget' or anything. Many of them will offer sufficient overclocking ability to get some decent extra performance.

You only need to spend the big bucks if you're trying to really push the CPU closer to its limits. As somebody who isn't concerned with MAX overclocking or whatever, I find the top boards a massive waste of money when I can get overclocking performance I'm quite happy with for much less.
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sam556052 m ago

Could you elaborate as I'm about to start a new build. Thanks


Intel launched with the high end most expensive Z370 boards, soon to launch the mid and lower end models.

H370, B360 and H310. Saying that it's not exactly an ideal pairing for a £310 i7 8700k on a budget board that has average VRM performance or can't support the full range of overclocking options.

Really the cheaper boards will be perfect for the locked Coffee Lake models. A budget £80 board + a £100 i3 8100 would be a top cheap gaming combo.
sam556050 m ago

Could you elaborate as I'm about to start a new build. Thanks


Currently there are Z370 motherboards which have most of the functionality and are ment for overclocking. As to the B350 motherboard they are budget boards and tend to have a few of the overclocking functionality missing and some features. Most of all B350 boards are cheaper.
Seanspeed5 h, 59 m ago

Worth noting that new, cheaper motherboards will be available very soon …Worth noting that new, cheaper motherboards will be available very soon for these.


Could you elaborate as I'm about to start a new build. Thanks
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LG 55UJ630V 55 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV (2017 Model) £479.99 @ Amazon
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Ultra HD 4K resolution - a depth of detail; Ultra HD 4K resolution is four times that of full HD producing brilliant clarity and vivid details that amaze, even when viewed up close… Read more
groomoid18th Feb

Well the Panasonic has no USB, is only HD, no freeview play, weighs a ton, …Well the Panasonic has no USB, is only HD, no freeview play, weighs a ton, only 2 HDMI, not smart TV and emits enough heat to warm the lounge, so it must be an upgrade of sorts.


There's nothing about what you describe that doesn't get me teary eyed for the good old days.
benslatz18th Feb

My LG PK590 plasma has just developed a dud line of pixels down the …My LG PK590 plasma has just developed a dud line of pixels down the screen. Occasionally notice it so thinking of upgrading. Had assumed LED would have caught up by now! Do you reckon wait until OLED drops in price?


It's just a subjective opinion at the end of the day, but if you're used to plasma I don't think you're going to enjoy affordable LCD/LED. Maybe top of the range with local dimming and a 10bit panel and obviously OLED - but it doesn't come cheap!
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Gone for this. Went for a like new warehouse deal for another £30 off.
abhijitdash12322 h, 2 m ago

Fail to see a point buying tvs from Amazon when you can get similar deals …Fail to see a point buying tvs from Amazon when you can get similar deals from shops with 5 year warranty. May not be at this price right now but tons of deals for similar tvs all the time.So, not hot for me personally as 5 year peace of mind is really necessary for tvs in this age


Amazon service and returns are fantastic if anything happens during the first year. Anything after that, you're on your own and have to resort to a SOGA (Sale of Goods Act) Claim which, contrary to what some here will tell you, is a fair amount of pain to go through. I'd always pay an extra 10% ish for a TV from RS or JL for this very reason.

This is still not a bad price for this TV if a one year warranty is your thing. Heated.
LG 43UJ651V 43 Inch Smart Ultra HD TV with HDR - £399 @ Argos
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ABOUT THIS PRODUCT This item is eligible for same day delivery and faster in‑store collection The slim design of the LG 43UJ651V Smart TV, paired with the latest Ultra HD innovati… Read more
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Uj651 has a form of local dimming the uj630 doesn't. To be fair they are both RGBW structered panels so not great. The 49" would be the better deal
kylestevo24 m ago

Very have a better deal 49 inch for same price …Very have a better deal 49 inch for same price https://www.very.co.uk/lg-49uj630v-49-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-freeviewnbspplay-smart-led-tv/1600170857.prd


Cheaper model of tv the one on Very so you can’t really compare the two!
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LG 49UJ635V £400 @ Sainsburys
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Was in my local Sainsbury's tonight (Didcot) and saw this reduced to clear...Seems like one of the better prices for this set. Didn't take a photo for "proof", as I wasn't going … Read more
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Same Tele was for £200 in my local Sainsbury's

Didn't take a photo for "proof", as I wasn't going to post
I bought this a year ago for £420. Decent, I wish I went for a more capable smart TV in terms of system resources. For example, the YouTube application keeps closing after few videos to free system memory. Eventual, I bought a Chromecast... Not much for their smart TV
LG 43LJ594V 43 Inch TV - £270 in Sainsbury's Farlington
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seems quite cheap? £320 in Argos and Amazon right now. No idea if it's store specific.
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mines not to bad to be honest and im comparing it to the 4ks i have in the house? i recommend anyone buying a new tv to install now tv app and use freego sky recharger to get a free 90 day pass for sports, tv and movies ect when it runs out you can just use it again
This is a bad tv ive got i got it off amazon. Pictures terrible
AJ923 h, 15 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-43uj630v-43-inch-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-smart-led-tv-2017-model-energy-class-a-249-amazon-temp-oos-allowing-to-order-2867664

Unbelievable price how did I miss that
Sainsburys in Farlington has some cracking deals. May move to Farlingrin just for this TV.
bozkurt18811 h, 23 m ago

Which one it was for £250 could you send me to the link I will add my wish …Which one it was for £250 could you send me to the link I will add my wish list for price drop thank



hotukdeals.com/dea…664
LG 43LJ515V 43 inch LED TV with Freeview (2017 Model) [Energy Class A+] - was £319 now £249.99 @ Amazon.
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Great picture, great sound - nice and simple. LG's innovation in television technology brings advanced picture processing to this fantastic Full HD TV. With enhanced colour driven … Read more
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DO NOT order TVs from amazon. They use Hermes who smash them up. 5 broken TVs and a nasty delivery driver later gave up and cancelled order...
Yes, good TV for the price, can also be used as a gaming monitor
Fab price, seems a very cheap way to get a 43" games / media / work monitor with TV options, instead of a similar 60Hz 24" monitor dedicated to gaming!
Suvvey3 h, 56 m ago

I posted a much better 43” Samsung FHD for not a lot more at £289.99 which …I posted a much better 43” Samsung FHD for not a lot more at £289.99 which included 5 years warranty and it went stone cold... go figure.


link?
LG 65 4k uhd smart tv 65UJ750V - £899 @ Selfridges
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LG 65 4k uhd smart tv 65UJ750V
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Back in stock! 3 currently available.
Is the picture quality and features on this better than any of the following two TVs?

Samsung QE55Q6F
Panasonic 58EX750B
Sorry this item is now out of stock.
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Stock level is hit and miss
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LG 65UJ630V 65" Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR TV £749 @ Costco Warehouse
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Includes 5 years warranty Specifications 10 bits (8 bits + FRC) HDMI Ports: 3 Resolution: 4K UHD (2160p) Brand: LG Screen Size: 65 inch Screen Technology: LED USB Ports: … Read more
superpanda14th Feb

Includes 5 years warranteeIs that a cross between a warranty and a …Includes 5 years warranteeIs that a cross between a warranty and a guarantee?


90 days warranty for Costco and 5 years for manufactory LG
Just remind that TV might be crash any apps which says not enough memory. I bought LG 65' TV from Costco and scrolling down in Netflix app then restarted. Many times restarts any heavy apps (Youtube, Netflix, iPlayer BBC). I have no idea why that TV has certificate by Netflix...
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pbyron114th Feb

They split the signal in Currys, probably last on the line to get the …They split the signal in Currys, probably last on the line to get the signal after it's been split so much for the other TVs to get the same picture. When they're sat side by side these look great for the price.


Currys' set-up of their demonstration TVs is definitely not the last word in picture quality. I always go to a Richer Sounds to check out TVs (and usually buy from them as well), they let you plug in your own source and watch it however you like for as long as you want. Fantastic CS all around and no, I don't have any affiliation with them.
pbyron11 h, 21 m ago

It will have been the 2016 models if it was before April last year. …It will have been the 2016 models if it was before April last year. Most of the difference in picture will be due to the VA vs IPS screen - some people prefer one over the other but the majority of lower end TVs still use IPS. VA screens have better blacks and work better in a darker room while IPS screens have higher brightness levels up so are better for brightly lit environments. What confuses me is that you mention viewing angles, which is where the IPS screen really comes into its own.But, as you say, it's down to personal preference, which is why I wouldn't use that to warn anyone off a TV. The only advice I'd give is to go into a store and look at them all side by side and decide for yourself based on that (and affordability). Technical faults are another matter, though, and there are a few TVs out there I wouldn't touch due to the amount of faults being recorded.


I wasn't warning anyone off, just hard for me to recommend. One of the reasons I went with the Samsung in the end is my biggest pet peeve with TVs is poor black reproduction, and after doing research found out that VA panels are better at this (and I wasn't prepared to shell out for an OLED). The viewing angle thing wasn't a huge issue for me, but if my memory serves me correct it wasn't good on the LG I had. The main reason I returned it was the colour reproduction and contrast were appalling, and I spent hours tweaking and calibrating that thing and nothing worked. Plus it had backlight clouding on top of that.

I don't think the which type of panel it has is the full story though, as I've seen IPS panels which look amazing, and some which look crap. So maybe LG put out a few dud models or something or changed supplier briefly, who knows.
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BizzBozz52 m ago

I don't have the model number to hand, but it was bought in early 2017 and …I don't have the model number to hand, but it was bought in early 2017 and was a budget model. Could have been an earlier model I have no idea tbh but from my personal experience the Samsung was superior it pretty much every aspect but admittedly it was slightly more expensive. My mum also bought an more expensive mid-range LG (again no idea what the model was) around the same time and it suffered with all the same issues. Again, this is just my anecdotal experience, yours may vary.


It will have been the 2016 models if it was before April last year. Most of the difference in picture will be due to the VA vs IPS screen - some people prefer one over the other but the majority of lower end TVs still use IPS. VA screens have better blacks and work better in a darker room while IPS screens have higher brightness levels up so are better for brightly lit environments. What confuses me is that you mention viewing angles, which is where the IPS screen really comes into its own.


But, as you say, it's down to personal preference, which is why I wouldn't use that to warn anyone off a TV. The only advice I'd give is to go into a store and look at them all side by side and decide for yourself based on that (and affordability). Technical faults are another matter, though, and there are a few TVs out there I wouldn't touch due to the amount of faults being recorded.
LG V10 Mobile Phone 4GB RAM 64GB ROM Refurbished Smartphone as low as £88.70 delivered @ AliExpress Store: WD-Best One-Brand Original Phone Store
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I'm not expert but this looks like a good deal for the phone even though its two versions old. You could have it delivered from £90.37 £88.67. if you use AliExpress Standard Fr… Read more
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the cheapest option has dropped in price to £88.70
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At least they polite in telling you to "do one"
Good luck guys
Dear Bla Bla Bla,




We are sorry to hear of the problems that you have experienced with your LG G4 and our in warranty repair service. All LG goods are manufactured to the highest specifications but regrettably, as with all electronic goods faults can occur.



Unfortunately we will have to reject your request for a free of charge repair under the LG warranty. This is because your handset is Taiwanese model and the handset was first activated on the 27/10/2015 which is 22 months before you purchased the device, this means that the handset is either refurbished or second hand and does not hold any LG warranty in the UK.



I understand that this is not the outcome that you were hoping for and would once again like to offer my most sincere apologies for any inconvenience or distress that this situation has caused. If you wish to exercise your rights under the Consumer rights act 2015 or any other consumer legislation I would respectfully ask that you contact your retailer as your legal recourse is with them and not LG as a manufacturer.



If you have any further questions please do not hesitate to contact me by replying to this email or calling the number below.



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Sold my lg G4 on eBay for £85 which was in ok condition.. screen perfect but frame chipped around corners. Just to give an idea of how much you could get. I also got bootloop issue repaired under warranty when I had it. Wouldn't trust LG G4 or V10 or g5... V20, g6 onwards looks good
LG 43UJ670V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV John Lewis 5 Year warranty. - £369 @ John Lewis
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I have been keeping an eye on this TV for a while because I wanted Freesat for a family member (also has Freeview). It has been £399 then a bit lower then back up. I think £369 is … Read more
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Now at £399
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jemima1 h, 38 m ago

It is back in stock, but the price is revised to £449.


It was definitely £369 yesterday afternoon. JL messing about a bit. Keep an eye out because there could well be a £100 off it next.
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It is back in stock, but the price is revised to £449.
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I expired this because went out of stock mid week but appears to be back now should anyone want one. For reference I did look at this TV before ordering and found it to be very satisfactory in terms of picture and design. I have a larger model myself which I chose over a £1400 Bravia having had both at home concurrently , the operating system really does stand out as very fast. I would always suggest looking at a TV before purchase but if I have to go by reviews as some may have to do, some are better than others. If someone does not like a set that is fine but people look for different things. A picture is important but two TV's the same can differ significantly. A look on AV forums would tell you that. For me, this set looks and performs well so will be ideal for it's new owner.
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I compared this TV side by side in JL last Friday with the cheaper Toshy posted on here. Even though you get the blah, blah, blah the Toshy is a Vestel, it was a better picture than the LG posted here IMO.

Moral is, go and view a few TVs and pick the one YOU like, rather than taking in a lot of jumbo jumbo posted on here.
LG 55UJ630V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD with HDR, Freeview HD and Freesat HD and Freeview Play TV - Black (2017 Model) [Energy Class A] now only £469 delivered with code @ AO.com
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Thought I would generously share this offer since AO has just reduced this TV by £30 but I believe you can use the discount code 30OFF55TV which will give you another £30 off for… Read more
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This looks like the price has gone up to £579 now.
BHOY5610th Feb

Spec comparison: …Spec comparison: https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/dc373a28d


Thankyou , much appreciated
MBCH14 h, 30 m ago

Thanks so much! Would you say that the whole 4K "thing" has only been …Thanks so much! Would you say that the whole 4K "thing" has only been relevant to Netflix then? I am a real newbie to this....and don't know whether it is a worthwhile upgrade from my 5 year old LG, 49" HD tv?


Yeah, the surprising thing for me is that there aren't movies available to stream on 4K on Netflix - so really just Netflix and Amazon series and a few made-for-TV movies. I believe Sky Q has Ultra HD movies and sport but don't know whether this is just some content. In my opinion, unless you're sitting close to the TV, it's not THAT much better than 1080 HD - probably would be on bigger sizes though.. Finally worth mentioning the sound is excellent on this TV - packs a punch without any distortion.
Oh and the smart TV apps are excellent too - very slick and Netflix looks amazing
MBCH11 h, 8 m ago

Tempted! Anyone own this TV please?


Lots of people saying on other deals it’s only 2.8k - I have a LG TV 4K HDR and I love it - was really impressed in the store and even happier when I got it home - Harden Kardon sound on mine is spot on as well not sure if this one has that or the magic remote - personally happy with any remote and if you need better sound always can get a sound bar
65 LG 65UJ701V 4K Ultra HD Freeview Freesat HD HDR Smart LED TV £729.99 @ ElectronicWorldTV - Grade A - see site for info
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After a 65 incher. Tho as seems to be a good price. £999.99 at currys
wild841 h, 4 m ago

I don't recall saying I could see each pixel? However I did say I can …I don't recall saying I could see each pixel? However I did say I can along with a lot of people see the "difference" between 4k and full hd.Can't see any good advice in recommending an LG ips faux 4k TV if you want an actual 4k screen it should at least have the required pixels, you wouldn't buy a 500hp car and accept it coming with 350hp. Or would you?



Look here's the thing, all things being equal (and not comparing a high-end Sony with budget range Techwood) anyone buying a 4k screen is likely to be very disappointed in the move from a full HD screen because the reality is unless you are sitting unnaturally close to the screen you will not see any benefit. In fact, with standard definition output (i.e. the majority of what's on TV) the picture could actually be worse than your old HD telly.

It's only with genuine 4k output, a huge OLED screen with a 10/12 bit panel and true HDR (costing ££££s) that you're likely to start seeing something of an improvement and even then it's unlikely to be the resolution that's made the difference. It's colour and processing rates. To be arguing the toss over the imperceptible difference between 2.8k vs 4k is a nonsense. It's like the playground thing of saying infinity plus 1 beats infinity or having an amp that goes to 11.

Resolution wise we could go to 16k and you won't notice any improvement in picture because the human eye just isn't good enough to process it. I'd go as far to say that the whole "4k experience" is totally wasted on 99% of the population based on the fact that hardly anyone sits close enough to the screen to appreciate it and the lack of 4k programming. Yes, you're future proofing your TV in one sense, but by the time shows and films catch up there'll be better alternatives out there in terms of your budget.

My advice to most people thinking that they're missing out on the "4k revolution" would be to do nothing, save up and wait for the price of OLED screens to come down.
You said you could see the difference between the LG screen (a mere 2.8k) and 4k from more than 6 foot. I, along with science, says you can't.
Science can prove that 350hp is less than 500bhp, it can't prove that your eyesight is beyond that of an eagle.
Chris_Hornby11th Feb

Well if you believe you can see individual pixels of a full hd screen …Well if you believe you can see individual pixels of a full hd screen (never mind the "2.8k" that an LG panel would provide) at more then 6ft away then you're defying all known capabilities of the human eye. To be fair though, you do say it's only from your own experience. That's the beauty of science - it doesn't care what your opinion is.


I don't recall saying I could see each pixel? However I did say I can along with a lot of people see the "difference" between 4k and full hd.

Can't see any good advice in recommending an LG ips faux 4k TV if you want an actual 4k screen it should at least have the required pixels, you wouldn't buy a 500hp car and accept it coming with 350hp. Or would you?
Chris_Hornby3 h, 20 m ago

Yes, it's good value for everyday family use but if you're watching movies …Yes, it's good value for everyday family use but if you're watching movies on your own (sitting directly facing the screen) you might be better off with another option. Generally the benefit of LG screens is that they offer better viewing angles for people dotted about a room and are good in 'normal' day viewing, but suffer in a dark room as they can't offer deeper blacks that the likes of Sony, Samsung, Panasonic etc can. Don't worry about any perceived lack of 'sharpness' that has been mentioned on here. That's just their confirmation bias talking.


Thanks for the info might hold on and see if I can a decent Samsung
LG V30 Blue 64GB Unlocked *Refurbished £449.97 @ LaptopsDirect
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I received my unit Today morning and the handset is in pristine condition. The website states that the device will come in a generic box non retail one and also no accessories will… Read more
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KingRichard223 h, 11 m ago

Getting rid of the 5T already..? Wow..


My dad wanted a phone and gave it to him. Wasn't for upgrade purposes but happy choosing this phone.
Getting rid of the 5T already..? Wow..
Bully8 h, 4 m ago

Link? Cheapest online I can see is £210.



There you go; ebay.co.uk/itm…KeA

I ordered from them in June, it arrived in three weeks. Back then it was £186. I've been using it every day since. . .
Brand new in a sealed box.
steve122110th Feb

At the speed LG phone fall in price these will be £199 this time next …At the speed LG phone fall in price these will be £199 this time next year.You can pick up a V10 dual sim for less than £150 and that's just over 2 years old.



Link? Cheapest online I can see is £210.
playstak10th Feb

I already considered that option but with the screen issues this device is …I already considered that option but with the screen issues this device is having, brand new out of the box from eglobal sound like a nightmare to exchange or get a refund. With refurbished the box is already open and you can just tell them you are not happy with your unit, I believe.


You think youd be better off with laptops direct? They are worse than a smelly kipper mixed with an off chicken.
LG F4J6QN0WW 7KG 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White £299 @ Argos
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Probably the best quality sub £300 washing machine deal right now. Next cheapest is John Lewis at £429.99 2 Year Standard Warranty. A+++ Rating Extra large double glazed door with … Read more
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westernise10 h, 51 m ago

No. Just a major headache dealing with LG. Their engineer who attended was …No. Just a major headache dealing with LG. Their engineer who attended was next to useless. Last time I ever purchase LG appliances. I thought they were good due to being a fan of their mobile handsets. They should steer clear of household appliances.


What a pity you had such an awful experience, not just with your model of washing machine, but also with the support from LG. No wonder you want to avoid them.

This negativity is exactly how I feel about Currys. Having been let down 3 times in a row with failed deliveries and then banging my head against a wall in frustration trying to get a satisfactory resolution, it too has left a sour taste in my mouth. As a result it makes me feel I want nothing more to go with them.

In both your case and my case there are many cases of other customers who have not any issues at all. I would, however say there is one crucial difference between your experience and mine - scale and probability.

With Currys, a quick look on their Facebook page will confirm that their complaints ratio against customer orders are high. This means the chances of a recurring problem are much higher too. This did indeed occur on two separate consecutive orders - once in 2014 with a failed fridge/freezer delivery and twice in 2017 with two failed washing machine deliveries. Having given Currys the benefit of the doubt after the 2014 experience I could not believe it happened again. Not surprisingly I now avoid their Know How delivery service like the plague.

With LG, however, I would say the scale of the problem is somewhat different. Firstly, during their 20 year history of LG washers in the UK, there has only been one time I can ever recall where a range of models were launched with an electronic panel that spanned almost the whole width of the washing machine. Typically LG washing machines have always featured a smaller electronic panel to the right and a program selector dial in the middle. That design has never, as far as I'm aware, caused any reliability issues.

When looking at LG washing machine reliability as a whole, it's up there with the best of them. Most users have been reporting life spans of between 8-12 years. LG's weakest link seems to be with the drum bearings. Both my first and second LG washing machines failed on these, but it took 9 years for this to happen and the machine was used almost daily.

From a probability viewpoint and despite your unsavoury experience with LG, I still think that you've got a better chance that your next LG washing machine is going to last a lot longer than most of the competition, but I guess that's cold comfort when you've had an unfortunate experience with them.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 21 h, 28 m ago
Jak9210th Feb

Did this give you superpowers?


No. Just a major headache dealing with LG. Their engineer who attended was next to useless. Last time I ever purchase LG appliances. I thought they were good due to being a fan of their mobile handsets. They should steer clear of household appliances.
TheHun610th Feb

Was that the recalled model without the program selector dial? If so, it's …Was that the recalled model without the program selector dial? If so, it's a one off issue. I've used LG washers for the last 19 years without a hitch. Just started on my 3rd machine. The last two machines lasted 9 years of daily use and with both the drum bearings wore out due to wear and tear.


Unfortunately my model was affected but LG decided not to recall. It's cheaper for them to replace the electric boards rather than dealing with the design flaw.

“LG is aware of a minor issue that under exceptional conditions affect a small number of LG 8KG 6 Motion Direct Drive Washing Machines. LG would like to clarify that it will not be recalling the LG 8KG 6 Motion Direct Drive Washing Machine and would like to reassure customers that the appliance is safe for use. Customers who require more information should contact the LG UK customer service team directly on 0344 847 5454.”

WASTE OF SPACE LG!!

electricalsafetyfirst.org.uk/product-recalls/2016/01/lg-washing-machines/
Edited by: "westernise" 22nd Feb
Sms everyday, but no details when contacted. Order cancelled, what a waste of time. Good price if you managed to get one.
Unfortunately it doesn't work but thanks very much for trying.
LG 43LJ515V 43" Full HD 1080p LED TV £249.99 @ BT
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43" LG Full HD LED TV Key Features Picture Mastering Engine Improve any image with Resolution Upscaler Virtual Surround Sound USB Connectivity Built-in Games Not 4k but not a bad… Read more
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sam_of_london16 m ago

Big negative . £249 in the drain . Buy 4k now. May have been sitting in …Big negative . £249 in the drain . Buy 4k now. May have been sitting in some warehouse for last 5-6 years .



No, it is the 2017 model.

Thought it might be useful for people who have no interest in smart features or use 4k sources yet. It is for people who are still watching mainly HD channels. It has a HD freeview tuner so it is perfect for someone who wants a basic tv for the bedroom etc.

Never thought it would apeal to the 4k crowd but someone might find it a bargain, the next cheapest price is £289
Big negative . £249 in the drain . Buy 4k now. May have been sitting in some warehouse for last 5-6 years .
Edited by: "sam_of_london" 9th Feb
LG V30 - 24 month contract - O2 Unlimited mins/texts, 3GB data. £0.99 up front, £27pm (£648.99). On Vodafone w/ 4GB data, £100 up front, £23pm (£652) @ Mobiles.co.uk
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Very tempted at this price point. Obviously the Vodafone contract offers a better deal but I know some will be put off by the network. Hope this helps! O2 : 3GB Data Unlimite… Read more
Is it worth waiting on this till after the 4%RPI increase in April?
sion228th Feb

Good luck getting lg honour there warrenty, my nexus 5x developed bootloop …Good luck getting lg honour there warrenty, my nexus 5x developed bootloop issue, a manufacture issue which in usa they settled with lawsuit with hundreds of dollar compensation. But they told me to basically **** off and refuse repair because it a US lawsuit and doesnt apply in UK, and blame it on moisture damage instead of the their manufacture issue


Happened to me too. Luckily I bought the phone from Argos and they were fantastic and gave me a voucher for the current value of the phone. Got £100+ to put towards a new one. Better than nothing.
coffeehair6 h, 45 m ago

Sounds rough, they repaired mine quite happily for the same issue.


Fixed my g4 within 3 days despite being rooted and custom rom. Great support for me
Maybe wait until mobile world Congress later this month as apparently updated version of this coming out which may lower the price further
I remember when LG where Gold star utter garbage. Does this phone brick itself with a boot loop error
LG 49UJ635V 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV *Lightning Deal* £381.65 Sold by Tvsandmore and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Currently on a Lightning Deal, sold by TVsAndMore and fulfilled by Amazon. Specs wise this is the same as the 49UJ630V that has been on sale numerous times over the past month, in… Read more
jameshothothot22 m ago

I l;ike the stand! main reason to get it as it will fit on my table...


You're easily pleased!!!
jameshothothot14 m ago

sh*t... do i buy it?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



buy it with standard delivery and then cancel if you change your mind, you'll have a day
this suggests it is an awesome monitor after an update...

: N/AOutstanding low input lag. When in the Game picture mode or in any picture mode, when the input's icon is set to PC, the TV's input lag is an excellent ~11 ms, which should please almost any gamer. However, only the Game picture mode has low input lag for HDR content, as when HDR content is played, when the input's icon is set to PC, the TV acts as though the icon is not PC.

Update 9/4/2017: HDR is now supported in PC mode as of WebOS update 3.6. 4:4:4 color is now properly displayed in HDR content when in PC mode. All input lag values have been retested with the newer firmware, and remain nearly unchanged.
I l;ike the stand! main reason to get it as it will fit on my table...
sh*t... do i buy it?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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