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Hisense 65H8F 4K UHD LED 65" LCD TV - Full Array Local Dimming - Dolby vision HDR + HDR10 -$569.99 + Free Shipping @Costco

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Hisense 65" Class - H8F Series - 4K UHD LED LCD TV $569.99 Free Threshold Delivery Included. Costco membership required.
https://www.costco.com/hisense-65...58840.html
  • Hisense's ULED technologies amplifies color, contrast, brightness and provides smooth motion
  • Full Array Local Dimming
  • Dolby vision HDR + HDR10
  • Motion Rate 240 (60Hz panel)
  • Built-In Google Assistant
  • provides high dynamic range which adds details, dramatic color, contrast and brightness
  • Up to 60 full array local dimming zones provides a higher contrast range and color accuracy
  • Power consumption: 205w

https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/hisense/h8f​ [rtings.com]

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The 55" at $369 is even better deal.
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The 55" at $369 is even better deal.
Is there anyway to buy it without a membership? Damn I've been waiting for a deal on this TV for a while.
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Is there anyway to buy it without a membership? Damn I've been waiting for a deal on this TV for a while.
Unfortunately this is a member only item but considering that you get a longer warranty included in price and membership in such great store... is probably worth the trouble.
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Between this and the Vizio M for 40$ more Im not sure what is best.
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Is there anyway to buy it without a membership? Damn I've been waiting for a deal on this TV for a while.
The 55" has been $349 multiple times in the past 6 months at Best Buy
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Between this and the Vizio M for 40$ more Im not sure what is best.
I'm in the same boat. Be aware that the Costco M Series is the variant with 20 local dimming zones instead of 90 and lower peak brightness.
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I'm in the same boat. Be aware that the Costco M Series is the variant with 20 local dimming zones instead of 90 and lower peak brightness.
Where are you looking for the other version? this could be a good price deal. my budget is a little higher but not in the 1k. Hopefully this week brings some good deals
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240 motion rate and a 60hz panel? Is that right, I would have thought it would be a 120hz panel
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I'm in the same boat. Be aware that the Costco M Series is the variant with 20 local dimming zones instead of 90 and lower peak brightness.
It's 90. https://www.costco.com/vizio-65%2...25908.html
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Woah thanks for that link! I wonder if that's new, because all I had seen was the 657 one here: https://www.costco.com/vizio-65%2...90175.html

I'm definitely in for one of the 658's at $599. Seriously thanks.
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Woah thanks for that link! I wonder if that's new, because all I had seen was the 657 one here: https://www.costco.com/vizio-65%2...90175.html [costco.com]

I'm definitely in for one of the 658's at $599. Seriously thanks.
So that is pretty much the best we can expect in this price range?
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So that is pretty much the best we can expect in this price range?
TCL 6 Series and Vizio M Series really top out this price range. There may be some good closeout deals on 2019 models when 2020 models arrive soon and there may be some deals to be had for Memorial Day that could get net you something in the next price tier of what used to be ~$800 TVs although the 6 series and M series give most of those a run for the money as well in pure display. Costco 4 year warranty with their credit card and door delivery is important to me and I have a bright room which makes the M Series stand out for me. Keep in mind Vizio has terrible SmartCast so you'll want to use a 3rd party smart device like Roku or Amazon Fire. TCL there's a chance you will have to exchange your TV as they have QC issues where a decent percentage have banding issues that are immediately noticeable.
I could see the H9F dropping to this price range which is a good set.
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TCL 6 Series and Vizio M Series really top out this price range. There may be some good closeout deals on 2019 models when 2020 models arrive soon and there may be some deals to be had for Memorial Day that could get net you something in the next price tier of what used to be ~$800 TVs although the 6 series and M series give most of those a run for the money as well in pure display. Costco 4 year warranty with their credit card and door delivery is important to me and I have a bright room which makes the M Series stand out for me. Keep in mind Vizio has terrible SmartCast so you'll want to use a 3rd party smart device like Roku or Amazon Fire. TCL there's a chance you will have to exchange your TV as they have QC issues where a decent percentage have banding issues that are immediately noticeable.
I could see the H9F dropping to this price range which is a good set.
Uff i think i will have to wait. that 658 is out of stock near me so im back to where you where between the m657 and the h8f. the upcoming samsung 65inch offer for costco doesnt seem all that great
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Is there anyway to buy it without a membership? Damn I've been waiting for a deal on this TV for a while.
Some people have had luck price matching at best buy
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