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[Factory Second] LG BX 65” OLED $2499 + Delivery @ P&S Electronics

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This OLED requires no introduction. At $2499, surely this is the cheapest baseline it has been to date? Spewing if you paid more!

Bring on $2k as the next milestone.

Note: Based on the comments, this could be a factory second? Best to contact the store to check before purchase.

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  • +2 votes

    Are these factory seconds?

    • +1 vote

      The condition of the TV is "." which isn't really helpful.

      Their About us says:

      P&S Electronics offers genuine Factory Seconds which include: Carton Damage, Cancelled Orders, Scratch &Dent, Ex-Display stock. We also offer Brand New stock.

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    2K for a 65?

    That’d be ridonk.

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    BX wish it was CX

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      forget about 65cx, too hard to find a bargain, either get the 65bx now or wait another 8 months hunting for a 65c1

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      I believe the CX has quality control issues in manufacturing. Plenty of owners complaining about dodgy panels.

    • +1 vote

      CX?

      https://pselectronic.com.au/shop/tv-home-entertainment/lg-65...

      https://pselectronic.com.au/about/what-is-factory-seconds/

      *Most of our products are factory seconds, purchased from the manufacturers and might have cosmetic damage, that will vary between individual products. All factory second products at P &S electronics have been certified by the manufacturer’s technicians to be in 100% mechanical working order.

      Factory Seconds can be classified as, but not restricted to, the following descriptions:

      CARTON/BOX DAMAGED – Products in perfect working order with a torn or marked box or carton or products which have been unpacked and are missing the carton or packaging

      EX-DISPLAY – Products in perfect working order which have been used for display purposes with or without original packaging

      SCRATCH & DENT – Products in perfect working order that may have a cosmetic blemish such as a “Scratch or Dent” mainly incurred during transport.

      This is the reason the products are sold at lower prices but still in good quality.*

      • +2 votes

        Condition: please note this TV has scratches on the screen. It is only visible when the TV is off.

      • +1 vote

        Under condition tab it says: Please note this TV has scratches on the screen. It is only visible when the TV is off.

      • +2 votes

        Eiw

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      I wish it was a CX and I wish it was free. But back to reality…

  • +11 votes

    Stay away, they are a factory seconds store. Also warranty could be an issue.

  • +1 vote

    The want vs need of a 65" CX vs 65" BX is doing my head in.

    Do I want the CX? Yes. It's a massive upgrade from my 7 year old 1080p 48" Samsung.
    Do I need it though? Tough call… And that huge price difference between the BX and CX really causes some pain.

    • +1 vote

      I have a BX 55 from the deal a few wks back.

      Its really good. From the Rtings comparison, unless you really need gsync or the slightly faster processor….it really doesnt matter. At the price we have them for anyway.

      https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare/lg-cx-oled-vs-lg-bx-...

      • +1 vote

        Yep I got the BX 55-inch from that deal too, although the BX is also G-SYNC Compatible. All the LG OLED TVs from the 2019 9-Series onwards (except the recent A1 series) are G-SYNC Compatible.

        The benefits to the CX are the short-but-wider metal stand, slightly brighter panel, HDMI 2.1 on four ports (only two on BX) and the α9 better processor for faster smart functionality.

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        I can confirm BX gas G-sync compatibility. @AL0126 summed up the difference between the BX and the CX.

  • +4 votes

    title needs to be readjusted to state factory second

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    was about to buy before figuring out the factory seconds

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    Think if this was brand new, it would have "new" in the title as per this

  • +2 votes

    P&S have form selling seconds as new. Stay clear of them is the word on the street.

    • +1 vote

      Word

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        Word up!

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    Yeah they've been hustling on Gumtree forever. I don't have personal experience but I don't get good vibes

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    I compared the price of electronics between AU and EU: Overall, pretty similar prices, but OLEDs are a different story…

    The 65BX has regularly been under 1,000 CHF, such as this: https://www.fust.ch/fr/p/tv-photo-gaming/televiseurs-project...

    979 CHF (Switzerland) is about 1,400 AUD…

    What commands such a price difference between the two markets?

  • +1 vote

    Looked into these guys a while back and they’re sketchy as hell. A few reviews claim they were passing factory seconds with no manufacturers warranty as new. Definitely not worth the risk when you shelling out a few k.

  • +2 votes

    Condition: TV has fallen from back of truck. Should be sweet.

  • +4 votes

    Keep away from these guys. They sell on feeBay as "new" products but they are generally all factory seconds.

    To OP: sorry to down vote but personally wouldn't want friends and fellow ozbargainers buying from this place.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah they list it as New but it's not "Brand New" Some people have stated that one listed as carton damage only, also had marks and scratches on tv. So I would assume most are refurbished or previously returned for some reason. Their listings are purposefully vague to get away with it. No LG manufacturers warranty so you know there must be big issues if the brand themselves won't cover the TV!

  • +4 votes

    No such thing as a factory 2nd.

    A company like LG would never release a item from its factory like that.

    99% these are returns and rebuilds, should be stated as such

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    Would only consider if below $1500 mark. Otherwise feels risky.

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      Wait two years

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    Don't forget no manufacturer warranty, no proper ACL protection.

    Would need 30-40%+ discount for me to even consider these guys.