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65" Westinghouse WR65UX4019 UX Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV EXPIRED

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Best Buy has 65" Westinghouse UX Series 4K UHD HDR Smart Roku TV (WR65UX4019) on sale for $399.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks iordache
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  • Resolution: 3840x2160 (4K)
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Contrast Ratio (Native): 4000:1
  • Roku TV
  • Built-In WiFi/Ethernet
    • Inputs
      • 3x HDMI
      • 1x USB
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This 4K HDTV features a built-in Roku platform to access all your streaming needs. Compatible w/ Amazon Alexa/Google Assistance devices.

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"In a December 2019 article about "Cheap TVs That Aren't Worth the Money," Consumer Reports listed the Westinghouse WR65UX4019 TV as near the "race to the bottom of our ratings for big sets," behind only a 60-inch RCA TV. The Westinghouse TV has a listed MSRP of $579.99. So if you're buying something that's going to be your primary living room TV, it's important to do due diligence."

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had a 50" westinghouse ...broke down in 3 month... they wanted me to pay out of pocket to ship it back which is 1/3 of the cost of the TV... which I did and never heard back from them... They don't answer phone only email...after i ship back the TV they stopped responding to my email as well. Ended up filing CC dispute to get my money back.
Westinghouse is a horrible brand

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Before anyone says westinghouse is poor Ive owned westinghouse tvs before. Not the best but they do their job this is a steal.
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Its a good deal!

But, dont take it personally when people like to justify and make you agree to their preference. Smilie
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At this price point it doesn't matter, this is a good deal for a 65". Having 4K, HDR and has ROKU is all extra gravy!
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Seems like a great deal for 65". What should I know about warranties, return policy, anything similar to dead pixels/screen cracks etc? Would it be worth buying at least the 2 year (or even 5 year) Geeksquad warranty?

I'm looking at the reviews of the Geeksquad warranty now, and it would seem it *generally* covers product breakage, but not if they think it was accidental. Wondering what coverage there is in general if you open it at home and it's broken. Would they believe you, or would you be out of luck?

Edit: Found these things in reviews of Geeksquad warranty...

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"... only covered against lightning strikes essentially and manufacturers defects."
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"Most TVs I've had get cracks for any little movement, that is why I bought extra warranty. But it does not cover that. it practically only covers what original warranty already covers."
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Found this in a short review on the TV. https://i.imgur.com/NyOUot8.png
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Definitely a good price for the size and specs. My concern is reliability, Westinghouse has been consistently bad over time.
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Seems like a great deal for 65". What should I know about warranties, return policy, anything similar to dead pixels/screen cracks etc? Would it be worth buying at least the 2 year (or even 5 year) Geeksquad warranty?

I'm looking at the reviews of the Geeksquad warranty now, and it would seem it *generally* covers product breakage, but not if they think it was accidental. Wondering what coverage there is in general if you open it at home and it's broken. Would they believe you, or would you be out of luck?
If it's broken out of the box just return it. That's a common thing, no extra warranty needed.
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Good price but I have to see through the $399 price that looks so tempting, for $30 the tcl 4 series has been on sale and for a little more than that the tcl 6 series at Costco which doesn't even compare to this tv. For me it was the over $400 price after tax that made me realize "do I wanna fork out over $400 for this".
Not hating on it at all just being a realist, Does this even have a 120hz upscale, usb?
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"In a December 2019 article about "Cheap TVs That Aren't Worth the Money," Consumer Reports listed the Westinghouse WR65UX4019 TV as near the "race to the bottom of our ratings for big sets," behind only a 60-inch RCA TV. The Westinghouse TV has a listed MSRP of $579.99. So if you're buying something that's going to be your primary living room TV, it's important to do due diligence."

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"In a December 2019 article about "Cheap TVs That Aren't Worth the Money," Consumer Reports listed the Westinghouse WR65UX4019 TV as near the "race to the bottom of our ratings for big sets," behind only a 60-inch RCA TV. The Westinghouse TV has a listed MSRP of $579.99. So if you're buying something that's going to be your primary living room TV, it's important to do due diligence."

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What if you just want to use it for basic 60hz - and for mirroring from a laptop to get a bigger screen for studying video material stuff? For me, it would seem to be more than good enough, but I don't know a lot about TVs
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Westinghouse is a horrible brand
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LG is a horrible brand
Which models? I have seen many reviews that are positive with LGs. a little more info would be helpful.
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LG is a horrible brand
Most of em are about the same you get good batches and bad batches, extended warranty and ease of returns should factor into tv purchased
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