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Panasonic 800W NN-E47HW Standard 25L Microwave - White - £79.99 @ Argos
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Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
Was looking for a decent 25L microwave. Looks like this is a good deal reduced from £119.99. Looks like good availability. Just received the reservation email for local Argos. Will… Read more
rosstheboss1972

All these type of microwaves has a shelf life of a few years these days. Especially ones with a 1 year warranty.

ureds

Just bear in mind this isn't an inverter microwave like the slightly more expensive Panasonics.

sam_of_london

Voted hot.

ws007

wonder if he ment this one ? https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-23l-solo-microwave-white-5954-robert-dyas-3139113

jaykay1975

Are you sure it was the 25L exact same model? A search on here & on google suggests otherwise

Tv Panasonic TX-32E302B 720p HD Ready 32-Inch LED TV with Freeview - £159 instore @ Sainsbury's
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LocalLocalFound 19th JanFound 19th Jan
HD Ready LED Screen, Resolution: 1366 x 768 - Great picture quality Freeview HD - Enjoy 70 free channels including 15 in HD Easy & Multi Connectivity 2 x HDMI 1.4 / 1 x USB 2… Read more
lamboo

Heat Saw these on the shelves today at my local at same price. Didnt bother with it as i have a spare Tv already. Good luck to whoever wants one. (y)

apjashley1

720p at 32" would be painful to watch

MisterNippy

Either way, people must be dumb, anything electrical that says MADE IN TURKEY on it is VESTEL, the brand licence holders are then the fools.

TheUrbis

Vestel don't pay licenses to use the brand, the brands use Vestel to manufacture their low-end sets as it's cheaper than doing it themselves.

aurora

This must be national as I saw one in Newcastle under Lyme yesterday. They also had a small 24" Panasonic (Vestel again) for £99. It is a bit annoying when quality brands like Toshiba and Panasonic rebadge other cheaper brands - it's not that this won't be a value for money telly, it's just a bit disingenuous. If you look on Wiki, it lists all the Vestel brands - Hitachi, Goodman's etc. As other posters have noted, the Made in Turkey is the giveaway.

Panasonic GH5 camera with 12-60mm kit lens for only £1249 after cashback! - £1449 @ Amazon
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31/01/2019Expires on 31/01/2019Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Here's a good deal on a Panasonic Lumix GH5 camera with a good quality kit lens (12-60mm ~ 24-80mm equiv.) for only £1249 after cashback from Panasonic. Normally the body only wil… Read more
amb47uk

These type of deals never get heat despite being very good deals. Thanks OP, I've gone for one.. Time for long overdue upgrade from gh3

energy80s

The GH3 is a totally different camera to this (and is upwards of 6 years old and cost £1500 new for the body only) so £250 sounds about right for it. A second hand GH2 would be a better buy.

kirkyuk

Both the GH5 and A7 III are very good cameras. The A7 III is an unbelievably good camera to use in low light where it beats the GH5 hands down in the cleanliness of the image. Personally, I still prefer the GH5 for creativity and I've had the chance to try a few anamorphic lenses and output footage in stretched 6K, something you just can't do on any other camera yet. The GH5 also records 422 10bit in camera on a memory card in a x265 format. To get 10bit recording on the A7 III you'd need a separate recording device like the Ninja Atmos. To get the GH5 closer to the Sony A7 III field of view I use a Metabones Speedbooster XL attached to the GH5 with full frame Canon L glass. This turns the field of view into that closer to APS-H, not quite full frame but enough to match the the field of view used in most cinema cameras. The Metabones Speedbooster also adds an extra stop of light to your image, still not as good as the Sony A7 III but it gets you closer. If your interested in in-body image stabilisation the Sony A7 III wins out with Sony lenses. On the GH5 image stabilisation works with Panasonic lenses but you have the 2x m43 crop factor to deal with. If you use the Speedbooster in-body stabilisation is disabled, not a problem fo me as I use a Ronin stabilisation device but you lose the portability of the camera with this. For stabilisation, if I want to look inconspicuous I'd use the Sony A7 III with a Sony lens, if I'm filming a bigger project I prefer the GH5. Also, my batteries last much longer in the GH5.

ather7851

got gh3 for £252 few days ago this looks expensive

energy80s

At the end of the day, the GH5 is really a video camera that takes good stills, the new S1 / S1R is supposed to be a still camera first and foremost, although at about 2 months before it goes on sale, there are still very few details about what video features it will actually have. I have used Panasonic GH cameras since the GH1 and will be buying this in the next week or so. What attracts me to it (from a video perspective) is the 6K recording function (so you can re-frame/punch-in in post and end up with a clean 4K final master) and the IS Lock feature for the IBIS, which I'm hoping will let me get away without a tripod in some situations, and the 4K/50p internal framerate. Also worth noting that for full-frame cameras, it isn't so much the size of the body as the size of the lens that can be a problem (especially for long telephoto ones) this is where crop sensors (and M4/3 in particular) win out over FF equivalents.

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Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £1799 @ John lewis & partners
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Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Panasonic TX-65FZ802B OLED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £ 1,799 The next cheapest price is around £ 2400and over £3000 at currys The 55 inch at JL is around £2000 Clear pricing erro… Read more
Master_Yoda

Massive thanks - really appreciate it(!)

Hotshot_147

I will let you know when i get home later today. Ok its 50cm wide by 30cm deep.

Master_Yoda

If anyone has one of these, can you please let me know what the 'stand' width and depth is (not including the TV)? I can't find this anywhere online (not mentioned in the manual online either) and need to know the footprint size of the stand. I'm trying to work out if I can get away with an old smaller stand for this TV. I have a huge new wide stand but after building it found my KEF centre speaker wouldn't fit in it. Even worse, none of the stands selling anywhere online can take this ridiculously large KEF speaker. My old Sony CRT stand which I still have lying around somewhere could take it if I mod it and remove some shelving, and am wondering if this TV would fit on it. Also, if anyone missed this deal, just letting you know Panasonic are selling refurbs of this model on ebay for £1999.99. Might be of interest to some of you (3 currently still available).

i_need_bargains

l Totally agree saw the 65FZ802B in Currys today and it was very underwhelming to say the least. Surely this couldn't be a £2799 OLED TV ? even the LCD 50FX700B looked better. Glad to say the 55FZ802B was fine though, however it didn't quite have the same visual impact as the Sony or LG OLEDs. It could only be due to the way it was set up for example the picture mode. Some picture presets can look decidedly dull. All the online reviews suggest for pure cinematic picture performance in SDR or HDR it's one of, if not the best out there and won the best TV of 2018 award at the HDTV test shootout. See: https://www.flatpanelshd.com/news.php?subaction=showfull&id=1531741051

Master_Yoda

Just noticed it's back on their website at £2,799

Panasonic ER-GB86 Ultimate Beard Trimmer £54.99 @ Costco
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
A New Trimmer Designed for Barber Beard Style Shaping. Introducing a Barber Beard Styler that can cut a long beard to just the length you want. It features special blades and a pow… Read more
Suvvey

Yep. Don’t think I’d pay almost double for a little chrome though.

cmahey

Basically seems that way. Although, the 96 looks like it has Chrome adjustment rings rather than all Black like the 86.

Suvvey

A quite good beard today could be an ultimate beard tomorrow (y)

lollypoplee

Will this still work on my quite good beard , or does in only work if you have an ultimate beard ?

Suvvey

https://news.panasonic.co.uk/panasonics-beard-trimmers-er-gb96-and-er-gb86–deliver-high-power-for-easy-to-style-long-beard-design/ Comparison with the more expensive gb96 model. It’s the same shaver with an extra attachment as far as I can tell.

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Panasonic TX49FX700B 49" Ultra HD 4K HDR LED TV six years warranty @ richersounds - £549
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Combining local dimming with Wide Colour Spectrum, the Panasonic TX49FX700B delivers an intense picture performance. Brilliant Contrast and Wide Colour Spectrum for superb detail … Read more
checkley73

Not on their exclusive they’re not. It’s £549 so if you don’t want the warranty for £50 or prefer the stand on the Currys model it’s a better deal

HellriderUKDeals69

I highlighted the part showing it's an used item, entirely up to you if you want to take the risk (y)

nekoangel

Not worth the punt at all then? I figure screen marks are negligible once its on. I guess the used /bad warranty is the main issue? Thanks for clarifying btw.

HellriderUKDeals69

Yes, the 740B is exclusive to Currys. I would advise against buying the eBay item as it's used and has marks on the screen. https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/fa1d5a613

nekoangel

Is this pretty much the same TV as the op except the stand?

Panasonic TX49FX550B 49 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV Freeview Play & Six years warranty only £399 at richersounds
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Enjoy the picture just as the creator intended – with the HDR-equipped Panasonic TX49FX550B. HDR10 and HLG The Panasonic TX-49FX550B is compatible with HDR (High Dynamic Range). H… Read more
PeterGalbavy

Richer actually do have the Samsung 7100 for £399 (https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-ue49nu7100.html)

freakstyler

The likes of Apple have Chinese companies manufacture products to their exact specification, Vestel don’t operate like that. They’ll provide a company such as Panasonic in this case with a catalogue with various TV sizes and designs and Panasonic get to choose. Panasonic will have no say on the quality of components that go into Televisions bearing their name. Deals like this are extremely poor value for money (in my opinion) when you can buy a Techwood 49AO6USB from AO for £100 less and it’s essentially the same TV using the same generic Vestel Chassis. You can also buy an LG 49UK6300PLB for the same price as this (£399) or add £49 and buy a Samsung UE49NU7100 – no extended RS warranty of course but they’re a far better buy and will out perform a Vestel in every respect.

madmurd

Vestel just with a panny sticker on

Common.Sense

Panasonic branded Vestel.

jmn16091990

PanaSonic the Hedgehog (lol) (y) 🏻 Oh that's a great one. Took me a second to get it to be honest!

Refurbished Panasonic 24TX-24E302 24 Inch HD Ready 720P LED TV - Black, £98.99 at Argos/ebay
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee Television picture quality: LED TV Screen. HD Ready display resolution. Screen size: 24 inches. Motion rate 200Hz. Resolution 136… Read more
onion8snooker

Only £10 more for a new one on Very. https://www.very.co.uk/panasonic-tx-24e302b-24-inch-hd-ready-freeview-hd-non-smart-tv/1600250203.prd?sku=sku20538489&cm_mmc=google-_-PLA+-+Generic-_-Electricals+-+Televisions-_-PRODUCT_GROUP_p40279752431_&utm_campaign=Generic_Electricals+-+Televisions&utm_medium=cpc&utm_source=google&utm_term=PRODUCT_GROUP&gclid=CjwKCAiAyfvhBRBsEiwAe2t_ixuM14S0_SorlSd-JiXlL6ii7Qlfn2HfQ0Udbs4ECRH0moQf0vSAVhoCaRsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV - Grade A Refurbished - £999.99 + £19.99 del ElectronicWorldTV
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Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Don't know a great deal about the company offering this deal, but this is around £400 to £500 cheaper than the brand new alternative elsewhere. Comes with 12 months guarantee, see… Read more
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Digger.Barnes

£1799 at John Lewis and Richer Sounds now.

garryallen

Unless they are replacing the panel, never buy a refurb OLED!

BirchieBirch

The best of the bunch this year (imho) and it's looking like Panasonic are on to a winner with this years OLED the GZ2000. DV & HDR10+ support, reference grade processing and a built in Dolby Atmos sound system.

SpringHeeledJim

True, but a win nonetheless. And up to £700 cheaper than the current C8 price...

daveykinetic

it has hdr 10+ arguably just as good as Dolby vision

Panasonic RP-HJE125-K Ergo Fit In-Ear Headphone - Black - £5.06 Inc del @ Amazon UK  sold by EbuyerExpress.
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Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Seem to be well reviewed, and a decent price, too. I don't believe this has a mic, though
arubianbnb

Keep in mind these have no microphone. They are fantastic beyond that for the money. They make a version with a microphone too though.

proevo21

Thanks OP, just what i needed. (y)

sempai106

i'm pretty rough handling my earphones but this earphone always lasted me a long time. Highly recommended!

MadeInBeats

Giving these ago, thanks. In the last 2 years I've been though around 5-6 pairs of various brands... not having much luck.

Panasonic Eneloop Pro AA HR06 NiMH 2500mAh Rechargeable Batteries Ready to Use - 4 Pack £11.99 @ 7 Day shop
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Found 11th JanFound 11th Jan
Manufactured in Japan, Eneloop Pro batteries are the perfect choice for powering high current consuming devices such as photo flashguns, game controllers, radio controlled toys, LE… Read more
DubDriver

Which? Magazine did many more and different tests to what they did, the performance between the two were very different.

dré.

https://petapixel.com/2018/02/16/eneloop-pro-20-batteries-ikea-ladda-5-batteries/

Whammerhead

https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/products/smart-home/chargers-batteries/battery/

Newbold

I've seen that claim a lot online - but never anything to support its accuracy.

dré.

ANY rechargeable batteries made in Japan come out of the same factory as these batteries. There’s only one rechargeable battery factory in Japan, there’s loads of tests and verification of the Ikea (Japanese ones only) and others that come out of this factory. The Japanese cannot be recharged as often (500 or so times) but can be reconditioned if buy the pro Panasonic charger or equivalent.

Panasonic Lumix DC-GX9 Compact System Camera with 12-32mm IS Lens, 3x Optical Zoom, 4K Ultra HD £549 @ John lewis & partners
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
Saving of £200 plus £50 cashback = £250 saving on camera worth £750. JL 2 year guarantee. Decent reviews.
SirHugo

Yep. I was slightly tempted then with the double cashback, but not now. Will stick with my GX80 for a while longer.

Oneday77

While this is a very competent camera any one considering it, get your hands on one. If you’re used to a centralised viewfinder. This being offset takes a fair bit of getting used to.

980971

Isn't that 2.7x optical zoom?

motionwerk

That deal has been posted few weeks ago.

cactusbrandy

The collapsible 12-32 lens is surprisingly decent all things considered and is very satisfying to open and close from collapsed state!

Panasonic: 4K Ultra HD Player and 5 4K UHD Bundle (Zoom Exclusive Hardware Bundle) (DP-UB391EB) with5 films £116.99 Zoom
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Found 10th JanFound 10th Jan
4k player bundle with5 films
robbiewin

Is u like cyclops or wahhh

Strawdog

UHD and 4K are interchangeable terms - they both mean the same thing. Yes this player will play 3D disks but they're a dying format now the novelty has worn off (most manufacturers are no longer making displays that support 3D playback), 4K is here to stay though.

dicknewlove

But wait - does this support 3D Blu-Rays / UHD? That's the future, right?

Strawdog

Don't think they'll be one at this price point unless Dolby stop demanding a licence fee for supporting it and it's unlikely to be included in any future firmware update for the same reason but this player may get HDR10+ at some point. The player is certainly capable of supporting DV as it uses the same HCX processor as the Panasonic DP-UB820EB which does include it. The Sony UBP-X700, LG UBK90 and LG UP970 are some of the cheapest (£170-200) 4K players supporting DV but none of them are anywhere near as good a deal as this bundle. The only other bundle I've seen is the Samsung UBD-K8500 but they're sticking with HDR10+ on most, if not all, their players (understandable as they are a co-developer of the standard). It remains to be seen how much HDR10+ content comes out, theoretically there should be plenty as it's free to implement and is backwards compatible with HDR10 decoders but it depends on the studios to actually bother sticking it on the disk.

kindabored

Thank you. Going to order the bundle now.

Panasonic TX43FX550B 43 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV £349 @ Richersounds
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Factoring in the 6 year warranty, doesn't seem like a bad price.
ewanyengi

the whole "made in turkey by Vestel so its crap" thing, whilst en vogue, is oversimplistic and its worth looking deeper into in my experience even if only partly true....

preecey

This will probably (well, most likely) be a rebadged Vestel and NOT actually a real Panasonic.

hc4eva

Anyone know if there’s a way to get this hooked up with Alexa? Read some reports their 2018 4K TVs were rolling out updates to support?

Panasonic TX-55FZ802B 55-inch 4K HDR OLED TV - £1275 @ tps
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Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
Another great OLED TV to consider, especially at this price. Comes with a 7 warranty, a free wall bracket and fixing kit and the option for 0% Buy Now Pay Nothing until Jan 2020. … Read more
doublecuffs

Costs £100 more now

jon23505

I think you can save £30 if you collect

Pindi

Yes, it includes delivery.

jon23505

Is this price inclusive of delivery

BirchieBirch

Good price. Heat

Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Ultra HD Blu Ray player £219 in-store only @ Hughes
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LocalLocalFound 3rd JanFound 3rd Jan
The Panasonic DP-UB820 is probably the best 4K Ultra HD player around and now Hughes are selling it for just £219 in store. It’s still £299 on their web site but you can see the sp… Read more
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CaptainSlog

I picked this up yesterday and it came with the free 4K Blu Ray offer via Zoom, worth £20. Hughes were very helpful and I’ve always found them good to deal with. I’ve no idea why this is still £299 on-line but I’m all for supporting real stores especially with deals like this.

Ian_Steventon

Excellent player, I own this and its 5/5. Previously owned the ub900 and the super buggy Sony ubx800. I paid £299 in December so this is 🔥. Highly recommend this and the oled setting is fantastic. Also I redeemed my free film from zoom and it only took 3 days to come.

taxboy

This or save a bit more by getting the Sony X700?

CaptainSlog

Hughes in Martlesham, Suffolk but other nearby stores were offering the same deal when I phoned.

wayne.russell17A

What store was this from?

Panasonic 49FX550B 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV - £364.99 @ Costco
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Found 2nd JanFound 2nd Jan
Also 5 years warranty on Televisions and Projectors with Costco.
Liam5170

Amazon customer reviews were there ones I read

freakstyler

Basically, yes. Both TV’s are made by Vestel, the differences between the two will be superficial. They’ll be using the same basic Vestel chassis which means the same or very similar panel & main board. There might be a difference in port/connection numbers or styles and the physical dimensions may differ, I suspect the Digihome will be thicker but that’ll be basically it. Other than that they’ll both perform pretty much identically.

friar_chris

Is it really the same TV but debadged? It certainly looks it, but there are some minor differences in spec points h X w X d and mass between coop site and the deal link here. Not that I necessarily trust these indicate different products and I am aware that this debadged does go on.

freakstyler

Save yourself £86 and grab a Digihome 49UHDHDR from Coop. Essentially the same TV without a Panasonic logo.

cartwright92

Just got this tv great value for money for the money u can't expect the same as a £1000 plus TV but this is good for anyone on a budget

Panasonic 49FX700B 49 Inch 4K Ultra HD TV £479.89 @ Costco
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Found 31st Dec 2018Found 31st Dec 2018
With 5 year warranty Costco online
deleted2144395

Got the 55 version of this - love it. Turn off all ‘picture engancement’ & it’s natural, stunning & most of all very realistic to what you’d expect. None of that over saturated rubbish you see on some brands nowadays

Panasonic TX-55FX750B £939.99 from Power Direct (John Lewis will Price match)  plus 5 year Warranty
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Found 29th Dec 2018Found 29th Dec 2018
Panasonic 55" 4K Pro HDR TV. Currently on sale everywhere with £100 off, however Power Direct have got this at £939.99. Managed to get John Lewis to Price Match with them plus you… Read more
Smadmad

I insulted this TV because it has a IPS panel, which are renowned for poor blacks compared to OLED and VA LCD. The point I was making is the better the blacks the less peak brightness you need. One 9f the most important parts of picture quality it contrast ratio, which IPS is bad for.

STRICKIBHOY

Ok resort to insults. You quite clearly posted the peak brightness of the oled. Which are fantastic sets, but they ain't known for their brightness, yet you insult other tv's and people you disagree with. Go away now

Smadmad

For a TV to be classed as HDR premium then it needs to fulfil the following criteria OPTION 1: More than 1,000 nits peak brightness and less than 0.05nits black level OPTION 2: More than 540 nits brightness and less than 0.0005 nits black level Option 1 would be the criteria for LED Tv's as they cant hit the Black levels of a OLED. Option 2 is for OLEDs as it hits the necessary black levels so doesn't need the higher peak brightness. That's the UHD alliance, who's opinion I value more then a no nothing mo##n on here

STRICKIBHOY

It has a low peak brightness end of, doesn't matter how black the black is. If brightness matters as you say, you wouldn't buy oled either.

Smadmad

Yes I do but because of Oled's true blacks, their peak brightness doesn't need to be as high.

Panasonic DP-UB320EBK 4K Ultra Blu-ray Player £84.15 on Amazon
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Found 28th Dec 2018Found 28th Dec 2018
Found on Amazon. Panasonic DP-UB320EBK Smart 3D 4K UHD Upscaling Blu-Ray/DVD Player with High Resolution Audio, Ultra HD Premium Certified Cheapest it has been on the 3 camels. P… Read more
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coventgamer

Exactly why proves my point

digitaljunior

No wonder HMV is about to expire from the high street

Notanotherdeal

I imagine it back to its 'normal' price now that the eBay 15% offer has ended. I've now expired this.

alg

Showing as £99 for me....

gadgey

A streamed 4k movie is usually around 17gb. Same movie on Blu-ray Disc about 30gb and then 4k Blu-ray around 50GB. Decide what you are happy with and enjoy

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