TCL 55C803 55" LED 4K SMART UHDTV W/ROKU

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TCL 55C803 55" LED 4K SMART UHDTV W/ROKU
Price: $499.99
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard
Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 business days (Thursday, Jan 04 to Tuesday, Jan 09) + transit
Condition: Refurbished

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The 90 day warranty seems too risky. Wish I could pick up an extra protection plan.

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Cheaper elsewhere brand new. Not a great start to the new year.

Cool. Where?

$398 Walmart, yesterday!

If you Google the make and model number you will find that new versions of this model go for $599 to $699, although I think Costco might have it cheaper. The $398 version is a different model number. However for an extra $100 I agree that it probably makes more sense to buy it new and get a better warranty, but others may disagree.

Also check out the TCL P605, it is a Best Buy exclusive but better rated than this set for $100 more brand new. On a super tight budget you won’t find a better 4K set than this though for the price I think- particularly with any gaming in mind (TCL has great input lag specs in particular).

Yes, you can find 55" Roku TVs elsewhere, brand new, for less $$. But you need to know what you are buying. The C-Class is considered the ‘top-of-the-line’ set of TCL Roku TVs. You’ll find lower-model stuff cheaper. But note that ‘better’ isn’t always best for you. Check out TCL’s site for a good chart that explains the differences between classes/models, and then you can make the determination if the model/class series is right for you. https://www.tclusa.com/products/home-theater/p-series

Since I want Dolby Vision technology in my TV, I would go with the P or C series. I suspect that Dolby Vision will endure as the HDR Format of choice for the future of UHD.

I had a tcl and the power supply failed after a year or two. the warranty is not shown and I am not buying an extended warranty on a refurbished electronic piece. If it had a two year warranty I would be interested in this 49" for 269.99