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Optoma HD28DSE Open Box (8 available) In-Store London City​  © Richer Sounds - £329.95
LocalLocalFound 7th JunFound 7th Jun
In-store Clearance Item Condition and accessories supplied may vary Please call/email the store to check the price/stock/condition and reserve your clearance bargain before mak… Read more
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Just an update. The staff sold it to a another customer despite originally holding a reservation.


All you needed to do was to post the link I posted in your original post, IMO


I read the very review before purchasing my projector and rainbows are mentioned as an issue for some people. So like myself who does see the rainbows on fast moving scenes it would be a reason for returning. So going back to my unhelpful comment a returned item may be a faulty / refurbished unit, a shop demo, or a customer return due to unacceptable visual effects. Is that more helpful ?


It's just 12m warranty, as expected... One problem I have with this unit is the noise level. Too loud even for this price. On the eco mode with dynamic black switched off its almost the same as in full mode only slightly lower pitched noise. I'm starting to think I've got a faulty projector... (annoyed)


I thought that, although the one I've reserved is apparently all new with all stickers and packaging intact. Will check if they offer extended warranty, but it is still being sold as an open box clearance item.

Optoma HD143X and DS-9092PWC 92" manual pull down screen £449.89 @ Costco
24/06/2018Expires on 24/06/2018Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Optoma 1080p 3000 lumen projector, with 2 HDMI. (16:9) Also includes 92" ceiling / wall mountable manual pull down screen (Optoma DS-9092PWC) Seems a pretty good deal considering… Read more
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No problem buddy- hope it all sets up well. Enjoy. If you get stuck let me know if I can assist further


Brilliant thanks, will get the low profile stuff so that the bits above the carpet aren't as noticeable. I'm pretty sure I've got all HDMI 2.0 cables anyway, but will just double check and order as necessary for the PS4 Pro and Nvidia Shield. Thanks for all the help and time taken to answer all my questions btw. As you can tell I didn't have a clue what I was doing when I decided to buy the projector but thanks to your advice the only thing I have left to do is do up is connect the wires up. Much obliged (worldcup)


No need to go anything special just get either something like this which kinda low profile flat cable flat Cable 50 metres or speaker cable round. Some people will say that the more you spend on the the cable the better sound but as long as the cable is decent and not cheap really thin stuff then it would be fine. I thank I have similar cable to the latter. At the end of the day it’s about enjoying what you are watching and the system you will have in place will be really good. Movie night / football World Cup will never be the same. Oh did you say you have the Nvidia Shield too? Have you got a 4K TV, just make sure you have 4K hdr compatible HDMI cables going from the shield to amp and then from amp to TV. You don’t have to worry about the HDMI cable to projector as that will display in 1080p so doesn’t have to be a special advance cable.


Well played! Normally she wouldn't mind as much but we've just bought a house and need to get that sorted. Anyway, do I need to buy any particular cables to connect the speakers to the receiver?


Haha it’s not just you buddy.. I went to buy a TV during the Black Friday last year came back with a 4K TV, 4K bluray Player and a new amp - my excuse the older stuff wont work with the new TV worked (lol) (just about)

Optoma HD143X HDMI 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Black £374.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Optoma HD143X HDMI 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Black is it really a deal?

Still expensive, can get cheaper.


Mine arrived on Wednesday and picture quality has been amazing, even though I've been trying it straight on to wall. Just need to make it more discreet, cause the Mrs moaning it's in way lol. So looking at getting a ceiling bracket and cheap enough motorized screen


Can get it here for £5 more https://ao.com/product/e1p0a0ube1z1-optoma-hd143x-projector-black-56257-259.aspx?




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Optoma HD143X Full HD projector £374.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Seems the cheapest it's been so far. Well rated full HD projector. Resolution: 1080p Full HD (1920x1080) Brightness: 3,000 lumens Contrast ratio: 23,000:1 Keystone correction - ve… Read more

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Depends on how far away the garden is :D cheapest way is to run a long hdmi cable. There are some wireless options but they ain't cheap I'm afraid, at least reasonable quality ones methinks.


Technical question alert: If I wanted to play live tv / Sky on this projector in my garden how do i send the pictures from the tv or sky box to the projector? Thank you in advance for any helpful replies


Mine arrived on Wednesday and picture quality has been amazing, even though I've been trying it straight on to wall. Just need to make it more discreet, cause the Mrs moaning it's in way lol. So looking at getting a ceiling bracket and cheap enough motorized screen


I bought this projector when it was on offer at this price and I have managed to get about an hour of viewing so far and I think I can see the rainbow effect but I'm not sure if I think I can see it or if it's just becasue I know I could that I am (if that makes sense) I'm off for 3 days now so I'll be putting it through its paces and see how if performs but at tthe moment I am leaning towards the return option unfortunatly. It seems like a great projector but I don't want to be constantly thining I can see the RBE and worrying if guests are seeing it.

Optoma Full HD 3D Projector & Optoma 92" Manual Screen £549.99 Delivered / Optoma UHD300X 4K UHD Home Cinema Projector £899.99 delivered  @ Box
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
*Updated 20th June: Offer still on for the HD27e plus there is also a new offer for the Optoma UHD300X 4K UHD Home Cinema Projector* The HD27e replaces the HD27, apparently offeri… Read more
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So this screen isn't very good? How is the 3D image? What glasses are needed?


I have a 720 BenQ projector which goes straight on the wall and It's ace (Paid £260 a good while ago) Bet these are fantastic if you can afford one


Nice! I've got the same projector, it's awesome though i'm not convinced the Darbee stuff adds anything. Was intending on sticking it in the garden for the football but haven't bothered yet - might yet do so for the England match on Sunday assuming I get a gazebo over it first.


It looks brill, I literally have a 6x5ft shed that a small bird could probably carry away... Looking to upgrade big time and would love to go all out and get a cabin, with a section used for garden tools and stuff. Would probably live in it to be fair. Which is a good job, because I think i'd be kicked out if I bought one, haha


Haha sorry, it's been a long winter building a cabin for my gaming needs. finally got the flooring and electrics in there over the past fortnight. I can certainly atest to how much of a difference a nice big screen makes to gaming. This is the screen I got sent over Silver Ticket $200 + $144 shipping and worked out to about £260 and then I think I paid £40 in import fees. so £300 total. Similar screen from a UK supplier (Branded Spitfire) Audiovisual is £765

Optoma UHD300X Projector from £1499 to £899 after £100 cash back plus Quidco on top @ AO
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
If you’re on the look out for a 4K projector you can’t get much better than this one at this price. Was £999 on Amazon a couple of weeks ago, did a bit of reasearch on it for a few… Read more
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1080 Benq in normal daylight onto living room wall


Pictures man! We needs pics!


Very good price,this has better brightless than uhd60, and uhd60 double price than uhd300x, good choice mate enjoy with your projector


Its actually kind of nice in the morning, I dont bother blocking any light out, pop it on, and its just there in the background. Its not like you need incredible blacks when the news is on in the background. Honestly, the only thing I would consider replacing a projector with is an OLED TV, but to even get to a size worth considering, you could easily buy a good 4k projector and a ALR screen, and there theres no need for the OLED TV. The only place a TV really makes sense to me now, is in the bedroom.


Agreed. A couple of years ago, while watching Jurassic World on our 1080P 42" TV, my wife made an offhand comment about how a scene must have looked very good on a big-screen, which set cogs whirring in my brain. A couple of months of intense research and measuring later, I'd managed to set up a full 1080P projector on a hand-made stand, projecting onto a 90" screen which rolled up and down in front of our TV, all for about £400 altogether. Having the screen roll up and down so we could just use our TV for everyday stuff seemed essential. Indeed, when my wife came home to find a home cinema setup (and her being even more thrifty than me!), her first question was what if she just wants to watch TV? (Her initial reaction was clearly trepidation over what clearly appeared to be an expensive, unnecessary spend.) So I showed her how easy it was to roll the screen up and down. We rolled the screen up and down a couple of times in the first week, in November 2015. Then the TV didn't go on again for years - we finally moved it out from behind our screen last month! :D Despite the cheap price, our projector is barely audible in Eco mode - certainly quieter than any of my consoles. Movies look good on the big screen (of course!). But TV programs are where the difference is most noticeable. Designed for the small screen, close shots of heads produce giants in our home. Enormous Ian Hislops jab their pens at political points in a manner I couldn't have imagined when I used to watch HIGNFY on my little 14" in my parents' home! My wife's Korean dramas feel almost like an invasion. And games like The Last of Us really do live up to the promise of the "cinematic" label. But the most incredible difference, the starkest and clearest demonstration of why the big screen is so much better, comes from David Attenborough documentaries (and similar). Even at 'only' native 1080P, the difference is awesome (in the traditional, non-American sense). It still amazes us over 30 months after installation. My wife still sometimes remarks on the impressiveness of the picture. I didn't go into this purchase thinking I'd become some sort of projector-worshiper, but with the caveat that one must have the right kind of living room setup (size, shape, light levels/direction/control) and do the hours of research needed to get the most appropriate projector, I would take this 90" screen over a tiny little 60" screen, even 4K, any day. And I'm already following 4K options like this one, ready for an upgrade when it's appropriate for us (i.e. I get upgrade-fever!). (embarrassed)

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Optoma HD143X HDMI 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Black - £429.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
Resolution: 1080p Full HD (1920x1080) Brightness: 3,000 lumens Contrast ratio: 23,000:1 Keystone correction - vertical: 40 Screen size: 0.71m - 7.65m Throw ratio: 1.47:1 - 1.62:1 Z… Read more

Thanks for the info, I'll check it out.


The wall I'm projecting onto is a mix called "black widow", if you Google it you'll find the paint codes and additive details. The rest of the room is a chocolate brown colour. For the wall you are projecting on Valspar do a great range of "HD paints", available to mix at B&Q when you give a paint code to them, the colour turns out to be a darkish grey, there are four shades of the grey, look on avforums for more details. It all depends on the projector you buy and how bright the projected image is. Make sure the rest of the room is painted in a matt finish otherwise light will bounce off every wall. All of this was trial and error for me, I've repainted the projector wall at least five times and I think I'm finally happy ish with the result. Hope this helps.


Hi izombie, I'm currently trying to plan the colour scheme for my cinema room and I was wondering what colour you have your walls. I know this sounds like a really weird stalker question but I'm looking for insperation (cheeky)


I've just returned this model as it has an inherent issue. The picture quality is great and it's bright enough to use with some ambient light but there's a permanent border of light around the projected image, for me it was too distracting. If I didn't have a purpose built 100 inch screen and dark walls it wouldn't have been as much of an issue but unfortunately it had to go back. For those of you not bothered about this it wouldn't be a deal breaker. My advise would be to read plenty of reviews and do your homework first, I ended up with the Viewsonic Pro7827hd and it's packed full of features, even though it has a lower lumen count I find it's an excellent all round 1080p projector. Hope this information helps someone as I'm not commenting to put people off the HD143x, it just may be an issue for some.


Costco had the Optoma HD240Wi Full HD 3D Projector at  £ 429.99  last autumn which I bought. It is used in a summer house at a projection distance of about 4metres and looks identical to this model. My first projector and I have been astonished at the quality of the picture, even in 3D, on a Duronic screen. Better as it goes dark of course. Fortunately none of us has seen any rainbow effect. Heat.

Optoma UHD300X 4K UHD Projector  £999 @ Amazon UK
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
May not satisfy 4K purists, but for under a grand there’s not much to complain. 4K UHD resolution and HDR compatible Amazing colour - accurate Rec.709 colours, 2200 ANSI lumen… Read more

Oh that. Imagine you overlaid 4 1080p pictures over each other. The first picture is centred, the second is 1/2 a pixel to the side, the second is 1/2 a pixel to the side and 1/2 a pixel down, the final one is 1/2 a pixel down. Suddenly you've created a 4k image from a bunch of lower resolution ones... sort of. The more shifts you do the worse the image compared to a true 4k output but if this model is one of the ones with a ~2.5k DMD so only needs one shift then that's good enough.


I’d be happy with either 4K standard, both being a step up from my ageing 1080p epson...just there was a question why this was not true 4K. I thought this might be why as couldn’t see another reason. @tempt mentioned it’s a 2k panel with some cleverness to achieve the 4K resolution - can’t say I understand what this is though?


Projection in a cinema is a whole different world to home cinema which is reflected in the price tag (a cinema projector is in the same ballpark as a cheap house). I don't have an issue with a consumer device following consumer standards, 3840x2160 will do.


Yeh 3840x2160 is the best, thats why bluray uhd 4k spec and tv broadcasts went for it, so this projector is 4k in my eyes.


Well all commercial 4k tvs are 3840x2160, and thats a great thing, as 4096x2160 resolution gives slight overscan/and extra stretch, so i prefer the consumer 3840x2160.

Optoma UHD300X UHD DLP Cinema Projector +  2 Year warranty & Free Next Day delivery w/code £999.99 @ Box
Found 4th MayFound 4th May
Nice model, I actually posted it last week for around £140 more and now it's under a grand. So even more of a tempter than before (Have to resist because I like living in the house… Read more
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and ice cream tastes like dog poo if you put dog poo on it. what's your point? a 4k display is sharper than a 1080p display, if you play 4k content on it. i play 4K content on my 4K display - IDC if you want to use yours to watch DVDs, the display is still capable of providing better image quality. look, i commented here because someone said you wouldn't tell the difference between 1080p and 4K in a normal room. if you're trying to prove that to me, don't bother, because you're wrong. if you're trying to explain what bitrate is, don't bother, because i know, and it's nothing to do with my original comment.


"A quantifiable metric to back it up" - that would be bitrate. "4K is sharper" - Nope, not if its 480, 720P or 1080P up scaled its not, Just because something is "4K" doesn't mean squat. Native 4K is better than 1080P obviously as you refer to, but even then, if the bitrate is low then all that goes out the window. Think Netflix 4K v UltraHD Blu-ray 4k. Still 4K, but the difference in quality is vast. 4K is nothing but a marketing term without bitrate.


You have missed my point. 1080p streams are akin to dvd in quality. Whereas 4k streams are akin to blu Ray quality albeit a 1080p blu ray not a 4k one. So if you have a 1080p screen/projector it streams the 1080p source which is dvd quality. If you have a 4k screen/projector it streams the 4k stream which is akin to a 1080p blu Ray. So the reason why there is a big jump in quality going from 1080p to 4k is that the quality of the stream is a lot better rather than the actual resolution of the screen. A fair test would be using 1080p blu Ray on a 1080p screen vs 4k blu Ray on a 4k screen. However 99% of people don't buy blu rays. They stream.


so watching video footage of 4k at about a quarter size (ie 1080p), probably on a 15 inch 1080p laptop screen is what makes you think 4K at 100+ inches looks the same as 1080p? thanks for the "FYI" but you haven't exactly blown my mind.


not sure what you're saying here, it's actually lot to do with the resolution. "quality" doesn't actually mean anything without a quantifiable metric to back it up. for example, 4K is sharper, and has more colour information because it has 4x the number of pixels as a 1080 image (ie a higher resolution). the "source" for most 4k content these days is digital film, which is recorded at 4K (ie sampled by an image sensor with 8 million+ pixels, compared to 2 million at 1080). for older content sampled from actual film stock, the "source" would be the same for a 1080 or 4K transfer depending on the sampled resolution. if your display can't render the same number of pixels as the media, you aren't getting the benefit of a higher quality source because you aren't seeing all of the captured information. 4K is objectively better than 1080, and the bigger the image, the easier it is to see the difference.

Optoma UHD300X UHD DLP Cinema Projector with 2 Year warranty & Free Next Day delivery w/code £1139.99 @ Box
Found 22nd AprFound 22nd Apr
Free NDD using code FREE200 Nice higher end Optoma UHD model at 3840x2160 The 4K models at 4096x2160 seem much more expensive and I am sure the image quality on this would be o… Read more
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4K and UHD certified. Badaboom badabing.


They would have to be VERY bright to project onto the horizon!!


Not very bright


Any 4K short throws on the horizon?


I gave this projector and a Optoma 1080p, 4K looks convincing, I don’t care if it’s real or not... it looks so much better than my Optoma 1080. Only downside is sd sucks on it... I have to use my 1080 for that. Also I project onto grey, it gives better blacks....

Optoma NuForce BE2 Black Wireless In Ear Headphones - Tesco Direct £29.99 - Free C&C
Found 9th MarFound 9th Mar
Okay, I really don't believe the original price on these but they seem to have good reviews and this seems a pretty good price. Product Detail: Stay connected with the Optoma BE2… Read more
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https://www.box.co.uk/Optoma-NuForce-BE2-Black-Wireless-In-Ear_2204947.html?gclid=EAIaIQobChMI59Sx98rg2QIVxLvtCh0BDwa9EAQYAiABEgJFQfD_BwE For £19.99


Looks like a bikini. Voted hot.


My hands were full with other goodies ;)


At that price, Fleabay?


Seen these today in Asda Widnes for £7 didn't pick one up though as didn't like the look of it. Scrub that just looked on line it might have been the Mixx nekfit 1 which was £30 reduced to £7. Very similar though.

Optoma 92" pull-down projector screen £25.20 delivered at it-supplier.co.uk
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
This is currently available on Amazon marketplace for £46; it's over £75 at most other places.

For anyone still interested, it's available for £27.31 from here. Hadn't seen that website before.


That was quick. 15 in stock when posted


says out of stock (annoyed)


I tried to order one from the marketplace for a reduced price and they cancelled it claiming they were 'out of stock'... A buyer might get the same issue even at this price.


Wasn't the same for less than £20 yesterday?

Optoma DS-9092PWC 16:9 Pull Down Projector Screen, 92 Inches only £20 delivered @ BT Shop
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Dual Wall and Ceiling Mountable. Worth it (y) -- PWC projection screens are popular because they are inexpensive and easy to operate. Optoma manual screens offer several out… Read more
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Same here, What a waste of time, you'd expect someone the size of BT could manage online stock levels a little better than a Mom & Pop store


Just received cancel email due to "no stock" even though at time of ordering it showed '9 in stock'


Sorry this product is no longer available :(


thought maybe they were clearing stock, but yeah, mentioned this to a mate, and he got the "discontinued" then "£149.99". looking forward to my cancellation mail ;(


Well done, wonder if they will honour it clearly a misprice.

Optoma GT1080 Darbee Full HD 3D Short Throw Gaming Projector £719.48 @ Scan
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Optoma GT1080 Darbee Full HD 3D Short Throw Gaming ProjectorOptoma GT1080Darbee DLP Projector, Short Throw, FHD 1080p, 16ms Response, 3D Support, Speaker, Remote, HDMI with MHL Sc… Read more

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Eeh, your option might win for image quality but there's more at play. Optimal TV size is determined by viewing distance and very little else, so for instance I used to have a 50" plasma in the living room. It was fine at my old flat but looked tiny in my new one as the viewing distance grew from 2m up to 4.5m. Say you need to go bigger than 50", that becomes very expensive with TVs but is cheap with projectors. Pay £400-500 and you can have a 130" image. Meanwhile with TVs a 77" OLED TV costs 20k and is still half the size of the projector's image. The point is, don't knock it because you don't understand why you'd use it.


Just buy an 10 bit 4K TV with HDR 1000 or. Spend more get OLED


In short, not many people making the parts (e.g. Texas Instruments make the DMD in every DLP projector) means high prices. There's also some crazy engineering going into the bulbs, those things run at 200 atmospheres of pressure.



Optoma UHD60 4K projector £1653 @ Amazon USA
Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
I don't post often but this is an interesting case. This is the price for buying it on American Amazon including shipping and all import taxes(you have to chose to pay in dollars … Read more
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Just goes to show that the UK is still thought of as treasure island for many companies as they sell stuff at much higher prices here than every where else in the world.


I picked one of these up two months ago and can highly recommend. Went from a 1080p projector to this one and the difference is stunning. It might not have a true 4K panel but the pixel shifting technique is superb.


People probably don't realise how much a premium a 4k projector costs versus a 1080p one.


Fair play this is a good price!! Not sure why people voting cold. Might be cheaper in the future, but probably the cheapest you can get for a uhd60...shame it's not the uhd65 as I'd have bitten.


Interesting review online on what they call faux 4k projector; https://www.projectorreviews.com/the-art-of-home-theater-projectors/optoma-uhd60-first-look-review/ I remember @FunkiestMonkey mention in another thread that this was around 1700 from a UK retailer. Might be worth waiting a week to see if prices drop after CES, i.e. if faux 4K is your thing.

Optoma UHD550X 4K UHD 2800 ANSI Lumens DLP Home Entertainment Projector - White £1499 @ Amazon
Found 24th Dec 2017Found 24th Dec 2017
Cheaper than black Friday deal. Full 4k projector. Merry Christmas folks.
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That's probably why they cheaper....this one is real


Dropped to £1322 on Amazon.de, but they have announced cheaper faux 4K projectors at CES so may be worth waiting.


Don't bother. People on here are a bit thick


It's full 4k, just another way of achieving it.


You are rubbish at trolling.

Deeplee DP90 Projector (800x480p-native) 1600Lumens LED £54.99 @ Sold by DeepleeUK and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 14th Dec 2017Found 14th Dec 2017
Not a bad price and cheapest in its specs bracket. native resolution is 800x480p. Contrast 1600:1 1600 Lumens LED Well reviewed on amazon
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Hi thanks for your reply, much appreciated. Took a chance and you're right, it's easy to use and I'm delighted with it! Cheers 😋


Not sure if it's too late for reply, but it will work with anything that has an HDMI output. So fire stick should work just fine. I have this and it's really good for the price, the quality is great!


Hi can anyone please advise if this can be used with a firestick or what cable I need to buy to use if with a phone or tablet? The recommended one seems to not work according to reviews... Any hints or tips gratefully received.. cheers 😊


£48.99 at the moment on lightning deal. 30% claimed.


Hey this has just gone to lightening deal if you're quick...!

Optoma HD142x Full HD Gaming Projector at box.co.uk for £399
Found 27th Nov 2017Found 27th Nov 2017
Full HD 1080p Optoma Gaming and Home Cinema Projector up for grabs at a steal!!

Cheapest this has been was £375 last week on Amazon. Bought it then and have to say it is an excellent projector, highly recommended!


I bought the Acer Predator z560 this weekend for £699 down from £899, thinking that would be a good deal for an impressive projector. Am I best off returning it and getting this one?


not sure how pricing works really, a year ago was £283.


I cant remember seeing it as £350 ever. I got it last week for £375 and it is every bit worth the price to be honest. For the last few months it was always more than 470 and i was just waiting and for £400, its absolutely a bargain as it will definitely go up from here. What a projector it is though. Awesome bright picture even in Eco mode with ambient lights on :) HOT


No use to anyone now but was £350 at Amazon last week even less with the warehouse discount. It’s a great projector even at full RRP

Optoma UHD550X 4k projector only £1525.00 Amazon
Found 27th Nov 2017Found 27th Nov 2017
Well reviewed 4k projector, at least £400 cheaper than I've seen before. Immerse yourself in a world of Ultra HD. The UHD550X delivers the ultimate in home entertainment with impr… Read more

Gearbest seem to have a similar model (I'm no expert, but the brand is the same) for half the price. Though yep, might risk it for a much smaller, cheaper, lower spec mobile one at the hundredish range.


Thank you for your advice. So far I've had no problems with the Chinese sellers, but yes this is a far more expensive item that might need repairing over its life cycle


0 warranty grey market imports


Other than the longer delivery wait does anyone know if its better to buy the brand at aliexpress (considering seller ratings) or gearbest. Seems cheaper, but due to my limited understanding, I'm not sure if they're the exact same models or similar enough Thanks


Forgive my ignorance but is this a joke, or does this happen

Optoma UHD60 4K HDR projector £1713.98 at VERY
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
In top of the Amazon deals, this is a slight step up (over the Optoma anyway, cannot vouch for the Acer as I am an Optoma man). Use the 10% off credit account voucher which is open… Read more
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Out of stock


Fair play. Bargain of the year and no mistakin'


the absolute best deals are one-offs ;) tbh I'm kinda just bragging about it because of how proud I am to have found that ridiculous deal


675 price difference now, not that hot UK deals Readers care. Haha


picking it up in the channel islands when I go to visit family for christmas ;) that's part of the deal Yes it's definitely the best buy I've made this year - better even than the BenQ W1210ST (rrp 900) I got for 535 new on ebay back in May Pretty quick to be upgrading projectors, but I can't say no to 4K at that price. Reviews on the unit are good - same chip as UHD60, just slightly worse lens. I can live with that for the 1000 quid difference - at least until the next gen of 4K models is out - fingers crossed for 4K Laser HDR!

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