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Lg OLED 55 (Refurbished) - £899 @ Richer Sounds
Found 20th OctFound 20th Oct
LG OLED55B7V 55 inch OLED 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV Freeview Play 12months waranty. Please note that extended guarantees are not available on these products. All essential acce… Read more

Uhhh right.


Doesn't worry Richer as they're not on the High Street. Usually just round the corner where the rents are much cheaper :)


Just as well you're not a betting man then. They have been in business a long time and run a shrewd operation. I would bet that they will still be here in 20 years - although I may not be!!


I get that its £400 more, but given TV's like this are schermazzzing and you'd probably keep it 10yrs then its probably not that big a stretch. However - have to agree - refurbs are a generous deal. Saw some Panazonic 55inch OLED refurbs at 999 in currys, but LG is far better.,


In the US. That tells me everything I need to know. They probably confuse the Q with an O. Samsung produce junk. I speak from experience having bought a Samsung S9 phone in error, soon to be dumped.

LG OLED 65B7 - 65 inch 4K OLED - £1999 (£1899 for VIP members) @Richer Sounds
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
Ok, so there's a couple of caveats with this. First you need to be a VIP member to get the £1899 price. Sign up only takes a couple of minutes so it's no biggy Second, it's not … Read more
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Nope, it's defo Bath


No, no, no....It's Bath!


It's risky with only a years guarantee. Great price though!


Remember to check for screen uniformity issues.


Yeah the extra guarantee for the small price increase seems worth it

LG SK8100PLA 55” 4K TV NanoCell & Dolby Vision - £849 @ Richer Sounds
31/10/2018Expires on 31/10/2018Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
I have the 2017 SJ850V 55” Super UHD nano cell model which I bought at this price last year from JL with 5 year warranty. These 2018 models with similar specs started at substanti… Read more
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I was a little surprised at your comment as I have never witnessed this from RS who are a big independent retailer so I waited for their latest TV deals email which arrived today. True enough there was no “pushing” LG. In fact only one LG advertised. This was a smaller screen size than the other manufacturers advertised such as Sony, Philips and Panasonic. I see no bias here from RS


In this case the RS 6 yr warranty sounds like a good deal. I have LG TVs all over the house and one of them is over a decade old. No issues whatever and the latest versions have the best OS I’ve experienced in any TV.


I bought this TV for £899 4 months ago as i wanted to connect my PC to it and wanted to avoid screen burn issues with OLED. The features are good e.g. magic remote however the black contrast is poor because of the way the backlighting works. I would pay a bit extra if possible and get an OLED otherwise for 90% of your viewing and bright scenes its fab.


Because I've had 2 Tvs and 2 phones from then all failed just out of warrante. Awful quality imo.


Why do you hate LG? I believe they make the panels for Samsung, Sony and other high end manufactures. Do you hate them too?

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LG OLED65B7V 65 Inch 4K OLED TV Only £1709.10 with Code incl 5 Year Protection Plan @ Crampton&Moore
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
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Totally agree, frieqs, 4K on a Samsung 55" 7000 series is pretty good, too, especially Champion's Cup Rugby on BT Sport 4K UHD. Still deliberating whether to go for an OLED / QLED but, with failing eyesight and bi-focal glasses, would I really notice the difference ? I doubt that the 9.1 million UK Netflix subscribers are watching in SD...and if you own a 4K TV, you will search out 4K content ! :{


Thank you so much for the heads up. That makes sense. All the best



If your putting it on the wall, and already have a bracket on the wall, it may need moving down, as the bracket on this LG fits on the bottom third of the TV ;)


Thank you. I think I'm going to go for this model.

LG 55" OLED55B8 (2018) 4K OLED HDR TV £1,499 at Currys + 15% TopCashback on LG TV's over 40" (£187.38 cashback) effectively bringing the price down to £1,311.63  after cashback
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
TopCashback is currently paying 15% cashback (calculated excluding VAT) on LG TV's over 40" from Currys (also 20% on Samsung TV's under 40" until Sunday) This means you could pote… Read more

OK cheers.


See the last 3 comments above yours


What's the difference between b8 and c8


Ok thanks, 1500 is top end for me so I think I've found a winner.


The main difference is the a7 processor in the B8 and the more powerful a9 processor in the C8, for better motion processing, faster interface etc.

LG OLED 55B8 £1499 + £50 off using code FLASH50 @ Richer Sounds
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
There isn't anymore to say that hasn't already been said about this TV. It's a corker! 6 Year guarantee £1449 with discount code FLASH50



Quite happy to have this years, considering how well reviewed it is. Besides, If I was in the market for one of last years OLED's (those being within my price range of £1200/1300) it wouldn't be the Panasonic, it would be the LG B/C7, but I'm not. Next year I will be and by then the 802B will be within my price-range.


True, but then next year this year’s one will be “last years model” and there will be a new better one you want


Yes, that's last years model, though. Hopefully this years one will be a similar price in clearance next year. I'd rather pay £1200 than £1300


You can already get a Panasonic OLED for at Curry's here for £1,199.97 on clearance

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LG 65UK6300PLB 65-Inch UHD 4K HDR Smart LED TV with Freeview Play £799 Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
IPS 4K display; the latest ultra HD innovation is built into a distinct IPS 4K panel meaning your entertainment is viewable from any angle ThinQ AI; an intelligent television that … Read more

has anyone mounted this on a wall? any issue with it?


Ordered this then cancelled because it's very thick panel 90mm - no good for wall mounting. I went with the metal frame version 65UK6500PLA which is 60mm deep but seems to be the same IPS Panel.


Amazon is easy no problems, returns are hassle free, you can buy with 1 click from the toilet...


Currys are horrible, Amazon will have it back without question


Same price at Curry's,ao and very to name a few

LG OLED65B7V 2017 OLED 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Premium Smart TV (5 Year Warranty) - £1899 @ Selfridges In-store
LocalLocalFound 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Spotted this in store yesterday, comes with 5 years warranty as well. They also had the OLED55B7V (55 inch model) for £1,099 with 5 year warranty but it was display model only.

For those that are unaware, this is the 2017 model and there are only a few left. This TV is rated highly on lots of review sites and this is a real low price Heat added


65 c8 £2000 by black Friday?


Cracking prices on the 65”. Would avoid the display models though


If my C6 died tomorrow, (and for some reason couldn't get them to honor the warranty,) I'd be all over this.


Haha he got roasted ;)

LG OLED55E7 TV (5yr warranty inc) for £1449 @ reliantdirect
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Brilliant TV with 5 year warranty included. Yes its slightly more expensive than a B7/C7 at this moment but the glass screen does make a difference. The soundbar is what I’d clas… Read more

Looks like PRC direct only website have it new


Why doesn't the OP make it clear that this deal is for a re boxed TV. Is re boxed another name for a customer return?


Nope this says reboxed oin the specification tab at the bottom. This looks like an identical website to me?


Thanks i will give them a try!


Here you go https://www.avforums.com/threads/lg-oled65e7v-best-tv-picture-settings.2106639/

LG OLED 4K TV. OLED55B8S - £1,559.98 instore @ Costco
LocalLocalFound 15th SepFound 15th Sep
LG TV, Yes you need to be a member, Yes the price includes VAT. 5 year warranty included, and you get 90 days to test it out and return it if you don't like it.

Does this have HDR10, the brochure says only the C8 and E8 have HDR10?


Apart from the stand, and maybe audio (seems some B8 have 2 speakers and some 4?) The difference is the B8 having an Alpha 7 processor, and the C8 and higher having an Alpha 9 processor which performs 30% better. What this means is the Alpha 9 can do high frame rate and HDR during 4k gaming and the Alpha 7 can do HFR or HDR, not both the same time. The better chip can also graduate colours better, so on lower quality sources like low bit rate sd channels you don't get so much steps between the colour graduations. Motion can be smoother too with the A9 , but I personally turn off all the motion smoothing options as I don't like the artefacts introduced. Also, the test say the C8 may be able to go a bit brighter. I'd like the C8, but the extra £500 at the moment for me seems a lot for a little gain.


Ok noob question, but C8 vs. C7 what are main differences?


I spent 15 mins yesterday in Currys. They had a 55b sat next to a 65c. They were both showing the LG demo video highlighting the A9 chip Watching closely I saw the colour gradient blending was better on the C, and during the motion segment, the C was massively better. Unknown exactly what picture mode either was in, and no remotes for me to play with. I really could not be bothered engaging with sales staff there to ask for the remote to check. Maybe I'll go back? I'll be keeping this TV for a good few years so I would stretch to the extra if I thought I would notice the benefits every day I watch it. Thanks for your reply.


Im betting all the deals in the next few months will be for b8, likely more margin in this model. Id like to see some benchmarks between the b8 and c8, as at the moment the only difference is chip, and is it really worth £300+ extra? Although i want a c8, ill likely settle for a b8 - 1st world problems ay? Anyways, stick with Costco if your happy with there support- at that point they deserve your money.


Yes, I think the LG498500 is better value than the current run of Samsung's....the latter being everywhere just now. But even at circa £700 for a Samsung, the refresh rate is not so good. Don't think I'll be waiting til Black Friday, as unlikely to drop much more..........?


The 8500 is full array and not edge lit. In theory the 8500 will produce a much better picture.


The 8500 only looks to be available at Currys (for £849, down from £1299). Is the main difference the refresh rate? The 8000 is 50Hz, whereas the 8500 is 100Hz. Do both have the same NanoCell technology?


https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/sony-kd-55xf9005 The sony is in a different league , but much more expensive almost double the price


how does this compare to the sony kd 55xf90?

LG 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £449.89 @ Costco
Found 2nd SepFound 2nd Sep
- 55” UHD LED screen, perfect for everyday viewing - x3 HDMI - connect your consoles, set top boxes and bluray player



Not anymore, it's jumped up to £499.99 now.


Can someone who owns the TV please measure the total distance (width) from the start of one stand leg, to the end of the other. so I can see whether it will fit on my table :) I can't seem to find it anywhere online, just says total width of TV with/without stand ( but the stand is smaller than the full TV so it's the same.) Thanks in advance :)


So is this a good price


You're wrong about the UJ not having magic remote support, and quad core processors. I have a 55UJ701 and it has both those. Im not sure what clear voice III is, but i can talk my TV .

LG 65" 65sk8500OLA 4K HDR tv at Currys for £1399
Found 29th AugFound 29th Aug
One of LG's LED new for 2018 range This model was £2400 in April of this year but is now down to £1399, but there is £70 cashback from Quidco of you are a member This TV is uhd … Read more

I know this thread is a month old now, but just for an update, I ended up buying a 65 lgoledb7v. I have not went with sky q yet, but have taken on a sub for Netflix premium which has a load of 4K, hdr and Dolby Vision progs and films on and I am very satisfied with my purchase.


That is what I am wondering, according to everyone the OLED is miles better, but is the LG OLED65b8 £1200 better, or the 65b7 £700 better when showing sky q?


How does this compare to QLED/OLED?


Also available in 49"@ £849 & 55"@ 949.


QLED is Samsung’s marketing name for their newer LED tvs. LCD panel lit using LEDs. Good for colours apparently.

LG 55" 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart TV £449.89 @ Costco
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
First post so go easy please . Features - 55” UHD LED screen, perfect for everyday viewing - x3 HDMI - connect your consoles, set top boxes and bluray player - LG ThinQ AI via Ma… Read more

Not sure about the sharp as haven’t seen/owned one however based on experience with the Toshiba 65” model , I wouldn’t recommend getting the Toshiba . Needed repairing twice within 12 months and eventually died so we had to get our money back


Definitely, had a few close calls with my 3 year old rocking the tv. Picked up a universal stand from Amazon for £40


Any reviews of this anywhere guys? I'm thinking between this, Sharp TV on Costco or this Toshiba TV with a 6yr warranty. Any advice would be great! (highfive)


Aye, I would rather have a tv with the picture calibrated correctly than HDR which is too dark and has oversaturated colours.


I had to do the same thing with a 49" lg before, the legs are to far apart to sit on a tv unit. I had to pay an extra 300 and get the higher model that had a centre stand which turned out stronger and more sturdy anyway. I find the ones like in post seem very easy for kids to push over

LG OLED B8 65" 2018 Model 4K HDR TV @ Very £1999 with code
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
+£6.99 delivery charge. Buy Now Pay Later 12-mths interest free available. Clear before deadline to avoid interest. 20% Discount code: MJWVP Valid until midnight 16th September 20… Read more

Expired this now - if anyone does get it please comment and let us know.


Guys this has continued to be voted up since 11pm last night but for me it doesn’t work, has anyone actually had success with this code or they just voting on the title and description of the deal without trying it? I’d love to jump on this bu it doesn’t work for me(I did try it on the 55” OLED though so whether that makes a different I don’t know)


Oh my word, did you get up out the wrong side of the bed this morning ???....it was a plain banter joke post nothing more, I was just having a laugh when the guy said he awaited the 1k comment, I think I'm well aware a 2k grand tv won't drop 50% lol


One deal in 5 years ... maybe if you see the price drop to this level you could take the time to post rather than relying on others??


Bought a few tvs and the new xbox from Very with big discounts. no problems at all. This is a cracking deal! so tempted by the 55inch model

LG 55SK8500PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £949 @ Currys
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
In the market for a new TV and wondering if this deal is any good? 4K HDR Ultra HD Certified with Dolby Vision Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with webOS Picture quality: TruMotion… Read more

I was only comparing the 55" price of the better TVs with this 55" TV. The 65" TV price bracket is not something I have ever looked at. But at a cursory glance the better TVs will cost a few hundred pounds more. But if you regularly watch movies, especially in 4k it's worth checking for deals because, according to Rtings.com the Samung NU/MU8000 is better and Sony XE90/XF90 series is much better. The nice thing about Rtings is that although their reviews are very technical, they have a great TV comparisons section after each review which nicely summarises the TVs competing in the same space for non technical people.


What tvs will give a better performance than this, in the 65" size for the same price? I am asking because I am in the market for a new TV and in fact have posted a deal for the 65" version of this and the reviews are good


just fyi - the LG linked above is the 55SJ810, not 850. Still a great TV, but not quite as good as the 850! oh, and btw, I'd say go for it. I might even join you


I know these are lower models but I'd like to spend around the 500-650 mark. What do you think of these two? LG 55UK6400PLF for 570gbp https://www.johnlewis.com/lg-55uk6400plf-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-play-freesat-hd-crescent-stand-metallic/p3501777 LG 55 INCH 4K ULTRA HD TV 55SJ850 for 649GBP https://www.richersounds.com/55-inch-4k-ultra-hd-tv.html Many thanks!


Scores very highly in reviews, but where I asked around it is worth paying the extra £300 to get the LG 55B6V..

LG OLED55E7  OLED E7 55" TV - £1499 @ Reliant Direct
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
What a beauty. Outstanding TV with great design, picture quality and good price. Offer you can't refuse. As a owner of this tv I can tell you it is a good choice. Having the tv for… Read more
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For those who know a lot about TV’s... I currently own LG 49UF850V but I am thinking about upgrading to OLED and have Dolby vision. I understand picture quality will be improved but by how much? Am I going to see huge differences?


I got modem next to my telly and ps4. I connect them via cable. Maybe I am old school but when u playing games or videos on telly I want steady network no drops. I have tried wifi both work well but I still think cable is more reliable.


Bought my C6 from Currys 2 years ago. I didn't need a new TV as my PX990 plasma was still going strong but couldn't risk not getting the last 3DTV. I now wish I'd bought 2. We have a huge problem getting a C6/E6 now, as the good ones, (no issues with banding/IR/dead pixels,) are in peoples homes doing a fantastic job. The bad ones, are the ones that are on ebay or have been refurbished. You are right in saying that the 2016's are pretty future proof for now. Lets hope 3D returns, or things move on again, (possibly high frame rate TV's) which mean people upgrade and second hand good 2016's are released in the market. Talking of gold dust 3D tech, try getting a Fuji W3 3D camera. Day 1 price ~£400, 2013 price ~£130, today price, in excess of £400 second hand.


JL price match reliant direct plus cash back if available


I settled with the 65b7v. TV is great, but my only complain is the wifi performance. TV is located about 12ft away from the router in the adjacent room. Wifi sometimes gets 50mbps and sometimes 2mbps. It's kind of hit and miss. I tried many suggestions from the internet, but nothing seems to work for me. some suggested changing the wifi band, but my 5ghz doesn't let me change it as I have multiple 5ghz channels being broadcasted simultaneously. Lots of people have this issue with the lg oled tv's. May be same with the e7 models as well.

LG OLED B7 OLED65B7V 65" Premium 4K Ultra HDR Smart OLED TV £1879 @ Hughes
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Seems like a good price delivered from a company I have only had good experiences with. I know there is a newer model out now but for about 1000 more for the 65 inch. Use voucher c… Read more

Doubt it to be honest, the TV's are well packed and dont move in the boxes at all. I've kept it, impossible to notice really. Decent deal, decent TV


Maybe that bend in the frame of your tv was caused by the lorry accident?


Tv has a tiny tiny bend to the frame but it’s so minor I’m wondering whether to go back to them - apart from that TV looks good


Yeah they said the same to me, on their website returns cost £50 to send back a TV of that size, however if there is any damage if you notify them within 2 days they will collect instead. ArrowXL are delivering my TV, their lorry had an 'accident' on Friday so couldn't deliver it then - just had a text to say they cant deliver it today as well. Friday apparently will be the earliest day -_-


Just waiting to hear back from them they said they will collect and refund

LG 55" OLED B7 4K TV (refurb) - £971.10 using code @ Richer Sounds
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Richer Sounds have refurbished stock of the LG OLED55B7V in their online clearance section for £1079. Apply the code VIP10 at checkout and this reduces the price by a further 1… Read more

I used to repair TVs for a few years, I’ll say 90% of refurbs are returns, very few are actual repairs. However during a World Cup year, we received a massive inflood when England was knocked out. The turn around time on them would have been a couple months.... so it makes sense to see a lot of refurbs on sale now. You can always get a refund...


VIP10 is no longer working


Sorry stave, couldn't resist; just the way you wrote your comment. ;)


(lol) Come on now... no man thinks his wife works perfectly :p


Are you still talking about the TV or the wife?

Lg oled 55b7v 55-inch £1169 using FACEBOOK code with 5yr warranty at Crampton & Moore
Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Seems the cheapest price at present. Still a bit too high for me, but hopefully this will help someone. Includes 5 year warranty. Also 1% Quidco so a possible £1158 price...

Well I took my Chas brat level to the scale required to get it changed over last year, I really ain't sure I'll be getting the same conclusion this time round. Unfortunately one of the pitfalls of buying a pad in the middle of nowhere is you could end up overlooking Sir James Dyson's farmland as far as the eye can. Pretty obvious saying it seems to be the perfect location if you're in to entomology but not the best place to be for LCD televisions (skeptical) I must be one of the only people out there who has far bigger animosity towards Philips because of their Eindhoven roots than moving to China (lol) not the most pleasant football related experiences there in the 1990's


And if it goes wrong, six months down the line, they will have to replace with the newer model.


Here you go, one example of a post but I've read others too: avforums.com/threads/philips-55pos9002-tv-owners-and-discussion-thread.2137149/page-2 Post 47 and around


Awful issue to have hope you get that sorted in your favour


Sorry to hear about these problems affecting you as one of the things that was driving me up the wall about my Sammy was arc not working properly when it used to just fine; definitely read about sync and optical related issues and I think it was on avforums

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