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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?

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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.

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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!

Optoma 4K UHD projector - save £475! - Yet another projector at Amazon for £1525
Found 23rd Nov 2017Found 23rd Nov 2017
Yes Amazon seems to be reducing the prices of all the projectors , and yes the other day it was the other budget 4K (Acer M550 - still available for £1549). Now they have dropped t… Read more

Just bought this one good price at £1900 £600 off http://www.very.co.uk/optoma-uhd60-projector/1600214001.prd


^^That is very good time for your bulb, i have a viewsonic 1080p 3d DLP and i am up to just 600 plus after 3 years, and i thought i would run through the bulb time in a year. lol But these 4k ones will have to come down to say £600 mark before i grab one as 1080p on a 110in screen is doing it's job just fine. ;)


I need to replace the bulb in my HD25e, its only 4500 hours! REALLY hoping these drop a bit more, £1k and I am in! Would rather have the UHD60 though. Price is pretty good though considering 4k and HDR


£299 from the official shop https://shop.optoma.co.uk/lamp-uhd60uhd65uhd550x


Ooooh like it

Optoma HD142X Full HD 1080p 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Dropped further to £375 now at Amazon
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Got hot at £399, now it's £375 https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/optoma-hd142x-full-hd-1080p-3000-ansi-lumens-projector-dropped-to-399-at-amazon

New one arriving today (y)


(annoyed) ;(


Opened mine up tonight to install for Christmas. For 5 mins I was delighted, but then this happened: ;(


The deal has expired. No longer showing the deal price.


perhaps u r pinch zooming in onto the outline of objects which I have not done as I am on my pc. But definitely know RBE for me on what is a pretty decent gaming monitor. Each to their own.

Optoma S316 DLP 800 x 600 3D Projector £134.99 @ Maplin
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Great price for a 3d projector from a good brand. 800x600 resolution. It has a HDMI port and a built in speaker. After a 1080p myself but honestly having had an 800x600 resolut… Read more
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The Optoma is 3D as well. Check out the specs here www.optoma.eu/projectorproduct/hd142x


Not sat up waiting for black friday deals to occur! Got an ear infection and can't sleep. the optoma 142 does carry 3d mate. You can hook it up to a pair of DLP glasses, but it is also RF 3D also, so you could get an RF transmitter and RF 3d glassess which tend to be even better than DLP 3D. DLP 3d is also very good and is what most 3D projectors use.


That doesn't carry 3D though does it?


bit of a goose chase that mate.


For £50 more you would be stupid not to go for the 1080p (optoma 142).

Optoma HD142X Full HD 1080p 3000 ANSI Lumens Projector - Dropped to £399 at Amazon
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Optoma HD142X Full HD 1080p Projector (Full Lights on Viewing 3000 ANSI Lumens, x2 HDMI with MHL Support and Built-In 10 W Speaker) Amazon Choice Deal. I don't think it's been th… Read more

How did you get on with yours? Mine's just arrived and appears completely unused. 0 lamp hours showing. This despite being advertised as "Used - Very Good". Tried it out and works like a charm.


I only upgraded because my Gametime GT-700 (Same asHD700X) kept turning itself off after I replaced the lamp with an OEM one. The last 2 replacements had previously been fine, but after this third one was causing issues I thought time to upgrade. Initial impressions of the TH5300, it is brighter and the colours are deeper/richer, and I do notice the difference. Whether it is worth £400 to notice the difference, that's up to you, but we got rid of our TV years ago so the projector is how we watch stuff so for me it is worth it. (y)


Someone expired this one so I've reposted it at the new price. Thanks.


Down to £375 on Amazon. Be quick!


Yes, most of the reviews of the optoma 141/142 state if run in eco mode/or using 3d glasses which block some of the white light, the picture quality is improved. Most people will run it in eco mode I would assume as the projector should be plenty bright enough for a living room setup, so should be able to improve the image quite simply. Eco mode, reduces the lumen output hence why the image looks better.

Optoma HD142X Full HD 1080p DLP Projector £399 Richer Sounds
Found 21st Nov 2017Found 21st Nov 2017
I've been waiting for the price of a full HD projector to come down for a while, so I've just bought one of these. It's my first projector (and first post)! They are instore-only… Read more

OK, the screen finally arrived (yes, I bought the 120" BPS screen, but from eBay not Amazon), and we've at last been able to watch something on the projector! I can report that it's all brilliant (popcorn) . The whole family watched Strictly Come Dancing live in HD, and the projector was excellent. None of us have ever watched a home cinema projector before, so we've nothing to judge against, but it's difficult to think how this Optoma could be improved. The picture is bright (we used Eco mode) and the fan is quiet (it's hung from the ceiling above the sofa and nobody noticed any noise). With a 120" screen you notice so much more happening compared with the 46" TV. I've just ordered a cheap (£8) pair of active 3D glasses, to give those a go out of interest. I also need to move my centre loudspeaker down so that it's below the bottom of the projector screen, because the screen is quite effective at muffling the sound... I should have bought a projector years ago. If you are dithering like I did, I advise doing it now. (y)


Hope you bought the screen I posted, that thing was a great price! :D


I'm waiting for a screen to be delivered. Using an old wrinkly sheet hung up in front of a window in the daytime, all I can say for sure is that the picture is pleasingly big :) I will post an update next week, hopefully.


Any good? What's the picture quality like? Waiting on £350 sale after xmas....I can dream :-)


Expired. All prices have gone up to around £450 now.

Optoma GT1080E Full HD 1080p Short throw 3000 ANSI Lumens DLP Projector £599.99 @ Amazon
Found 8th Nov 2017Found 8th Nov 2017
Full HD 1080p projector The Short Throw lens can produce a 100-inch picture on a screen or wall from just over a metre away 3D Ready HDMI x 2
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Can't beat a good projector! I've had the benq w1070 for years and it's great


I'd say yes as its short throw. Mines around 11ft from my wall producing 100" and with this you only need to be arouns 1m for 100" If your used to a normal size TV 80"+ will seem like a cinema to you lol


Does the image shrink substantially if it is only half a metre from the wall?


I have the 720p version of this and love it. Yes id love the 1080p version, but considering I got the lower res for 330 two years ago itl do. Short throw is great. Takes about 30 seconds to come on. Remote is pretty basic, but theres not many functions anyway. Cinema setting is generally the best, but if you mess around it auto goes into user mode. A little loud fan noise but mines in eco mode and perfectly fine......plus throw some speakers to it and you wont hearbit. I project onto a white wall with no issues at all. Projectors are brilliant and I use mine daily (dedicated spare room). Hope that helps anyone


Projectors will be noisy until LEDs and Laser sources are commonplace. Unfortunately LEDs aren't dense enough yet and lasers are expensive :(

OPTOMA 72" Manual Projector Screen @ Currys/PCWorld - £49.99
Found 20th Mar 2017Found 20th Mar 2017
The Optoma 72" Manual Projector Screen is made from high quality materials to deliver impressive projection that's easy to set up. With a matte white finish the projector screen a… Read more
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Good price considering it is from a respected retailer. As a dirt-cheap-put-anywhere option, we use a 100" screen from ebay available for £10.99 120" version can be found for around £25 and motorised options between £50 -- £70...


Interesting, pretty cheap really. I think I was looking at the official paint rather than mixing something up my self, may be something to look at for my next house. Your projector at 1,500 lumens is pretty high brightness for home theatre so it's probably better matched with a lower gain surface anyway, I wonder what the results would be like with my 600lumens


Most of the time when watching films you notice the blacks much more than the whites, with the grey screen you get darker blacks. You may be thinking, that the whites would suffer as a result and also come out grey, but they don't, the paint mix uses Auto-Air Aluminium Base Fine which contains fine particles of aluminium, these reflect the light better and give you better whites. (while the paint is wet you will notice a sort of sparkle/glittery look on the screen when projected on, but as soon as the paint dries, the sparkles disappear and you're left with a nice matt screen) I have my projector set to ECO, which is lower brightness but with the blackwidow paint mix, I no longer need the projector to be any brighter.


@technobot Just curious but why is grey steel colour better than using white paint?


Here's a complete breakdown: 2440 x 1220 x 4mm Medium Density Fibreboard FSC Mix 70% @ £18 47 x 100mm Eased Edge Treated Timber @ £20 Timco C2 Premium Woodscrew 4.0 x 30mm @ £5 Dulux Endurance+ Matt Grey Steel 2 @ £30 (Chose Endurance+ as it is durable and washable) Auto-Air Aluminium Base Fine *2 bottles @ £20 Angle Plates Zinc-Plated 50 x 13 x 50mm @ £2 Corner Braces Zinc-Plated 77 x 77 x 16.5mm @ £2 Total cost: £97 Drill and low-nap roller not included as I already had these. (Screen was roller painted) As you can see the most expensive parts are the paint and I still have most of the Dulux paint leftover (gave the screen 3 coats, overkill but I wanted a good quality finish). Quality of the screen is amazing far better than what you see in the photos above. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=250JGNg7CCU

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