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Toshiba 65U6763DB 65 Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV £599.99 shipped @ Costco
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Ultra HD Live and breathe the on-screen action with a Toshiba 4K UHD TV. Bringing you exhilarating life-like picture clarity, 4K UHD TVs display four times more detail than Full HD… Read more



But then you have the Hisense brand showing. Although the Tosh is not a real Tosh, you can pretend, and this is why thy name is used on this "Hisense".


Why is PayPal important? What is wrong with a mere credit card or debit card?


Thanks the2ndlaw. In that case I'll give it a miss.


No PayPal and must be a member £15+ a year.

Toshiba 75U6763DB 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - £999 Costco in store incl VAT
LocalLocalFound 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Was £1149, then £1049 now In Store Sheffield for £999.99 Features - 75" screen, perfect for game day and blockbuster movies - 4K UHD, HDR10 Display, view the game in all the de… Read more

If only I had a business...


OP must try harder! - you need to show the price including VAT and any other costs that might apply (delivery if applicable)


Buy it through your business for "meetings and such" lol


That's what I was thinking. If so perhaps the price should be changed on the deal


Link says £1198.98 so I assume it’s not included

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Hisense H65N5750UK 65" 4K Ultra HDR LED Smart TV £655 (with code) @ Hughes
21/08/2018Expires on 21/08/2018Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
This isn't a bad deal for a 65 inch tv, the option for home delivery is not available but might come available, so collection only Delivery Is now Avalilable

It's a good quality tv. I wouldn't say it's a bargain though because you can get them for £699, so £50 less.


How high a quality is this tv, I mean is this a bargain


For me, it's showing it can be delivered by Thursday.


how does this compare to the which i missed out one


Nearest store, 222 mile round trip! (annoyed)

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electriQ 50" 4K Ultra HD LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD £289.97 @ Appliances Direct (3xHDMI / 4xUSB)
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
No HDR but that's not a deal breaker for me, I think it's over rated! Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the 50 inch 4K Ultra HD screen Download all your f… Read more
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The only one on Amazon is for 689.99


Well £486 from amazon brand new Or Very have it for £500 and when i bought a stainless steel oven they gave me a buy now pay in 12 months free option so that mite help you. Richer sounds 40" screen £399


Thanks Darksaber for the detailed explanation. The issue currently is that I can't find any of these models for the price range you're referring to. In the event a tv broke down, I also would prefer to have some sort of guarantee for it.


I found a review , just spend some time fine turning the picture like almost all tv's as the always tend to look off out of the box,especially if your using it as monitor.If you want to get some more info read through the owners thread,i was interested in getting one these too or maybe the better EX750 as my 2016 version is none HDR ,so i will message you if i see any more at a good price. Panasonic EX700 Owners Thread Review Speaking of motion, we have good news for console gamers. While the ’Standard’ mode suffered from extreme input lag of 112 ms, the Game mode drastically reduced input lag to less than 21 ms (20.9 ms) in SDR. That is on par with the best TVs out there and ensures minimal lag when playing the latest console games. Well done, Panasonic. Another concern for gamers is of course motion blur. While LCD panels inherently have motion blur, various sub-systems are employed to reduce the problem. One of the most important systems is what is generally referred to as the ‘Overdrive circuit’, which overshoots the intended color to make the transition from one color to another occur quicker. EX700 suffers from some overdrive trailing, mostly visibly in high-contrast transitions (ie white to black), thus mostly visibly in games such as Limbo or Inside, but it is not a major concern. It is perhaps important to emphasize that all modern LCD panels suffer from this to some degree and EX700 is not worse (or better) than most other VA-type LCD panels. We are only highlighting the issue here because it is actually possible to avoid it if you, like me, notice it during console gaming. If gaming is important to you this is something that you should take into consideration, and buy an OLED TV instead. OLED panels inherently have very fast response time and do not use overdrive circuits.


Thanks mate. That's really helpful. Now it's just a matter of finding a tv. Funny how when you need something, you can never find it.

TOSHIBA 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV £249 @ Currys
Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
Not a bad price for this time of the year. TOSHIBA 43U5766DB 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD LED TV

I think they've all been snapped up so maybe it should be expired.


Hi. No trouble but I'm afraid I'd only be able to do a search on line as I have no specialist knowledge. That budget does sound very low - what size are you looking for?


Yes my children use it for a PS4 and they are not complaining. so it must be OK


Sorry to be a pain, could you recommend me a TV (for a £100 - £150 more), if it's not too much trouble :) Thanks


Is it worth getting a TV now or better to wait until black Friday?

Digihome 43UHDHDR Black - 43inch 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Smart TV - £255.55 @ Co-Op Electrical
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Use code KICK5 to save 5% on any product Cheap 43inch 4KTV This Digihome LED TV has 4K Ultra High Definition resolution and HDR so you can enjoy sharp detailed pictures on the big … Read more

Hi. Was a 2017 model a couple of months back - was £349 I think. Don't know if there are any still about (probably are) but a quick search of Google came up with this at JL: Or this LG for £329 from CPC|pcrid|224689185316|kword||match||plid||slid||product|AV27221|pgrid|48694575284|ptaid|pla-440750888861|&CMP=KNC-GUK-CPC-SHOPPING&gclid=Cj0KCQjw77TbBRDtARIsAC4l83kKo6Vg-NGLY36HOlNc698urzIpjdokQQwiJeheR1eG2ptyM5ZJUHQaAmrOEALw_wcB Richer sounds offer 6 year warranty too if they have anything similar but they seemed to clear their 2017 stuff sooner than most.


I bought the 4K Digihome 40in TV when it was last on sale through co-op electrical, and to be honest, for the price it's pretty good. But as far as I can tell, the TV is not HDR10 compliant as advertised.


Not bad for HDR10 Or nah bc it’s not


Saw this in an Amazon review: "Good tv and worth the price but the HDR is not HDR10 and no 4K-10bit. Supports 4k at 60Hz though. Connected to xbox and was disappointed to realise that most 4k and HDR features were not supported with this tv."


Any link please ?

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Medion 55" 4k Smart TV with HDR £403.94 Del @ aldi
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Brand: Medion Dimensions: Approx. 1247 x 787 x 96 mm Energy Efficiency: A+ Freeview: Yes Hd Ready: Yes Picture Quality: 50Hz (1.200 MPI) Product Type: TVs Resolution:… Read more

If they drop to £350 or less im in and i dont even need a replacement yet.


These have been in my local since the World Cup. I've been keeping an eye on if they get to the point where they lower them to get them out the way as they tend to do with these limited time offer items.


Anyone know the HDR on this? Is it 8bit?

Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart LED TV - Silver - Refurbished- £340.99 @ Argos / eBay
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Panasonic 50TX-50EX700B 50 Inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Freeview Smart LED TV - Silver Refurbished With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

The manual was a print-out from the website, not the original. The tv and remote were like new, free from scratches, marks or dents, and covered in plastic to protect their fascias. I could have had it fixed but used it as an opportunity to get a TV that I really wanted that cost a lot more and was on a bargain offer.


sold out..


Eek I recently bought a refurb of this TV, although from the Panasonic outlet store (which apparently isn't even Panasonic themselves (annoyed) ), and the lack of warranty (my last TV was 5 years) worries me a bit. What's an Argos refurb like anyway? Seeing as Argos regularly stuff returns back in the box and try to sell them on as new, a friend who worked their confirmed they try to flog the returns first, I wonder what their refurbishment process is like :/


They do (6 everywhere but scotland) if the fault is inherent and you can prove that after 6 months of ownership.


Out of stock.

Sony Bravio Smart TV - HD, LED 50 Inch - £549 @ Argos
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Save £100 on this Sony Bravio Smart TV! Now only £549 Pay monthly options available if you have an Argos card!

Sony Bravia less than 3 years old, screen going already!


Damn u. That was my comment!


1080p with HDR....first time I've seen that, it should have 4k and HDR for that price.


£549 for 1080p? oh no no no


Oh, I highly rated bravia. Mine is 5 years old and still going strong. However, mine is 5 years old and I paid about that for it then, since then we have 4k etc.

LG 43UK6300PLB 43" UHD 4K HDR Smart TV with Freeview Play £364 Delivered with code @ Hughes
31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Good savings on this LG 43" 4K TV from LG. With delivery included, this seems to be the cheapest price for this particular set. Would be perfect for gaming or bedroom use. Be sure… Read more

It's not really 4k either....

mannin £379 but you get 6 years warranty, to me is a better deal.


Picture is wrong. This isn’t one of their super uhd TVs just standard uhd tvs. Super uhd is their quantum displays.


Great thanks for explaining.


Horrendous motion blur , fine if moving in a straight line move the camera and shocking

Samsung UE55KU6000 55-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV - Black £599 Dispatched from and sold by Tvsandmore - Amazon
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
High Dynamic Range (HDR): Brightness, enhanced shadows and natural colours Ultra HD: Ultra detailed picture with live upscaling Smart TV Hub: Stream shows, play games and share d… Read more

This company never answer email.


If you are really desperate to get your hands on this model ! £499.00 at...


Over 2 year old stock. Not great value.

Samsung 2018 range 43" 4k UHD smart TV UE43NU7400 only £418 at Peter Tyson (and John Lewis price match for 5 year guarantee)
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Peter Tyson offering this 2018 model for just £418 (using code attached and shown on product page), which is by far the cheapest you'll get it. However, John Lewis agreed to price… Read more

Anyone got lucky who put in a request today?


Here's a screenshot of the page when the code was working (until around lunchtime today)


The voucher was directly on the product page on Peter Tyson's website. As the item is not longer available for purchase as out of stock, the voucher code isn't showing. My claim was approved on Sunday morning and JL would be able to check similar claims.


Not quite it’s a small step down as it’s a 7120 not a 7400. Slight differences can be seen here. amazon have it from a third party at 419 new and open box at 349.and direct with prime for 429.


Do you mind linking me to the 40" is that the same model?

Philips 50PUS6262  50 Inch 4K UHD HDR Ambilight Smart TV - £379 @ Argos
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Very competitive price for the tech you get inside this bad boy of a deal! I would purchase myself if I wanted a new TV... Pretty self explanatory.
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But not many people know about HDR10 and his comment prompts people to look into it.


You could say that about every deal, if you spend more you can get something better... doesn't make for constructive criticism.


I think he's suggesting spending more on an HDR10 TV.


Still oos

electriQ 43" 4K Ultra HD HDR LED Android Smart TV with Freeview HD £263 @ Debenhams plus
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Amazing deal for a HDR 4K smart TV. You can get it for £233 if you sign up for with a £1 trial. Enjoy pin sharp, stunningly realistic picture detail on the 43 inch 4… Read more
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Yeah, it has integrated WiFI and I use SurfShark on it too. If you do not have a subscription code yet you can use this one: GETVPN. If you will have some troubles setting up the router just write me on PM. ;) ;)


This looks like a decent TV, would be ideal as I need a Freesat tuner (can't get Freeview in my area). Only problem is that they don't seem to do a smaller version. I want a 26-32 to mount on the wall in the bedroom :(


My parents have this TV and for the money seems fantastic. I have limited experience with it but i did watch a couple world cup matches. I find football is a good test and I never noticed any ghosting. I was impressed, thumbs up from me. My personal TV is a Sony 55a1 OLED which cost more than 10 times the price!


Update from having used it for over a month: Pros: - Picture clarity is superb, great detail on blu-ray and 4k content - Plays 4k from USB devices - On board apps (iPlayer, youtube, netflix) all work fine, no hiccups - You can even plug your usb keyboard/mouse to navigate/type - Slim ('ish) form factor, standard wall mounts work fine Cons - Takes over 10 seconds to startup - Source autoswitching doesn't work, used to work fine on my old sony - Blacks on the screen mostly look grey during daytime, not very convincing Having said that, like many things in life, you get here what you pay for.. No point comparing this with LG's OLED worth 1200.

aDriverAway -- 247.97 / 232.97 with Which? Promotion. It's just their own brand TV's. LG Panel. HDR10 I believe, which is basic quality HDR. But the sets are manufactured in the same places as the big brands. Or so I believe. Edit: There's plenty of independent Reevoo reviews on the product, so easy enough to gather opinions. Processor isn't great as expected for the price so Android runs a bit slow. But the 4K seems well recieved.

Hisense H55U7AUK 55" 4K Ultra HD ULED HDR+ Smart TV £554 with code @ Hughes 2 year Guarantee
Found 5th AugFound 5th Aug
Discover incredible ULED visuals with the Hisense H55U7AUK. With 4 times more pixels than traditional Full HD, Hisense Certified Ultra HD (3840x2160) resolution provides a pin shar… Read more

Looks like the code isn't working now


Similar price with 10% TCB from Curry's. Think I will go for the similar priced LG instead


Easy way to remember; OLED is technology QLED/ULED is marketing.


This appears to be a direct replacement to 2017's N6800 range. As it's new, details are conflicting - reports seem to say the 55 and up is a 120Hz panel but the 50 inch is only 60Hz. It doesn't appear to offer much (anything?) over the N6800 range so I'm wondering why the price hike....


isnt oled,qled and uled the competing manufacturers different led panel technologies oled being controlled up to a singular led pixel, qled a zone/group of pixels and uled something similar to the samsung

65" 4K Ultra-HD Smart LED TV Freeview HD -  C65ANSMT-4K £598.80 at CPC
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Stylish 4K Ultra-HD LED TV preloaded with catchup TV apps, web browser and finished with a modern piano black design. 3840x2160 Ultra-HD display resolution Integrated tuner for … Read more
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HI all I bought the samsung ue65mu7070 in the end for £1000 5 year warranty at cramptonandmoore but they have sold out after so I got one in time.


Wowser..... apparently £3k when reviewed June 20th. Now £1199 from various Amazon sellers. That’s worse depreciation than a car lol!


You thought wrong Nicam "Near Instantaneous Companded Audio Multiplexing" is for broadcasting stereo sound over analogue (stopped broadcasting 2008-12 in UK) Dolby atmos is a digital surround sound system


I think I would try to save a few more weeks or month or 2 for the LG B7 TV. though might go out of stock by then.


But, do they have NICAM?

SHARP Aquos LC-48fg6001kf 48inch Smart LED HD TV £279.30 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Seen in Tesco as reduced to clear. The 40inch was 349

It's a bit complex and may be subject to change but as I understand it UMC still have the rights to Sharp name in Europe and Hisense had it for the Americas....however in 2017 Foxconn bought the Sharp business around the time Sharp sued Hisense for poorly made TV's and damaging their brand name (who'd have thought it) - I think UMC will continue to make TVs for Europe and Foxconn for the rest of the world.


Absolutely. But Hisense have been doing them long enough (Toshiba too, now apparently) for Sharp to take them to court for shoddy workmanship however I understand it was from their Mexican ex-Sharp factory - still that would account for a few years, not recently


I believe Hisense manufactured Sharp TV's are either fairly recent. Sharp branded TVs sold here were Vestel or UMC manufactured and were low quality for the last 10 or so years. I'd buy a Hisense rather than a Vestel or UMC TV every time. I think these Sharp branded TVs are sold with extended warranty included, anyone able to confirm?


I read somewhere that Sharps smart TVs are made by Hisense now (Also that Sharp sued Hisense for "shoddily made TVs ruining their name - so pays yer money, takes yer chance)


Yeah. There are at least 6 channels in full HD now so it's only a matter of decades before they're all broadcast in 4K

Hisense 50U7A ULED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 50" with Freeview Play, Ultra HD Certified, Black/Silver £539 @ John Lewis
Found 3rd AugFound 3rd Aug
Originally looking at the hisense 55u7a, the price seems to be bouncing around quite a lot . John Lewis have recently increased the price to £629 plus it's out of stock, looking fo… Read more

Same here you can get from AO with 75 pound trade in for about £525 but that is only with 2 years guarantee also Hughes for about 565 and I think with this you are better with a longer guarantee anyone got this tv and can comment on the pros and cons


I called them last week about it and it was so difficult to find in any of their stores.




Expensive fot 50 . Should be 65 at this price.


Richer Sounds seem to have stock of the 55" at £629 with 6 year guarantee

Now Smart TV box + 3 month Entertainment £24.50 @ Tesco instore
LocalLocalFound 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Dropped off Tesco plannogram for the new Now TV stick and reduced to clear nationally. Got one myself the last one since my Virgin TV is now pulled. Great with its Freeview tuner, … Read more

and I get what I want at a great price, so it's win, win, with me saving about £550-£600 a year and still getting everything I want to watch.


Sky get enough from you to profit, that’s all they care for, companies.


Sky don't get anything more from me. I've got a good broadband deal from BT, who I also get BT Sport from (currently paying £5 a month on average).


Cheaper for them to make you pay for the broadcast line - broadband. Satellite broadcasting ain’t cheap (but with millions of accounts it’s negligible now). Now will still be making Sky cash by the bucket or they have pulled it by now, everyone is streaming, even Sky boxes are capable of broadband streaming and downloads.


Their aggressive pricing backfired in my regard. I cancelled my expensive Sky TV contact for Entertainment, Sport and Movies, and now pay them a faction of what I use to (£5 or less a month for Now TV Entertainment passes, £50 (or £40) a year for Now TV Sports passes (for 3/4 golf majors and Ryder/Solheim Cup) and nothing for Movies (I get one free month via McDonalds Monopoly each year, and binge watch all the film that have been added in the last year). I would have carried paying £50 odd a month, if Now TV wasn't introdiced !

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