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TV 23:24 - Jul 27 with 2468 viewsfbreath

Looking for any recommendations on new tv looking to spend around £1000 it won’t be wall mounted and can be up to 55”.

Thanks in advance

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TV on 23:46 - Jul 27 with 2449 viewsstevethejack

Hisense TV is good. 55" smart TV. Paid around £360 last year. Quality is excellent and happy with the purchase.

Have had Sony Bravia & Panasonic, the Hisense is up there with them.

Don't be put off by the name - it's good coupled with a surround sound system.
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TV on 08:43 - Jul 28 with 2375 viewslatchford

I just got a 49 inch LG ultra HD for 550 at Curry’s. The difference in quality of picture from my last tv which is about five years old is amazing. 49SJ810v. Highly recommended
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TV on 08:49 - Jul 28 with 2371 viewsicecoldjack

You wanna make sure you get one with Ceefax and Oracle, it's possible to watch the Swans scores live, normally page 3/3 .
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TV on 13:36 - Jul 28 with 2282 viewstheloneranger

Whatever makel you buy, make sure it's a 4K model, not just a smart one .

If you can, have a look in Costco, great prices, great customer service and a free 5 year warranty with their tv's

Everyday above ground ... Is a good day! 😎

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TV on 13:44 - Jul 28 with 2273 viewsjedijack

TV on 23:46 - Jul 27 by stevethejack

Hisense TV is good. 55" smart TV. Paid around £360 last year. Quality is excellent and happy with the purchase.

Have had Sony Bravia & Panasonic, the Hisense is up there with them.

Don't be put off by the name - it's good coupled with a surround sound system.


I wouldn't go near Hisense with a barge pole.

You certainly get a lot for your money but I've never been through such an awful repair process with any company, ever.

They messed me about for about 3 weeks while arranging somebody coming to collect the TV for repair and then held onto it for another 3 weeks while waiting for parts for repair it. I'd complained to Hisense so many times but was told BS every time. In the end I had to complain to my retailer, even though the TV was just over a year old at that point. They agreed to swap it out for me as a good will gesture.

Hisense sent the TV back unrepaired and the retailer sorted it.

6 weeks without a TV though and they'd probably still have it now the rate they were going.

Paid a bit more for a Sony the second time around. I'd hope their repair policy is a damn sight better!
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