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[Costco] Vizio M55-F0 55" 4K TV $817.99

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[Costco] Vizio M55-F0 55" 4K TV $817.99

I just picked one these up 2 weeks ago in store for $889 Great tv hands down !
I'll be paying a visit to get some money back :)

$799.99 in Kingston YMV

REVIEW at RTINGS 7.8/10
https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/vizio/m-series-2018
Last edited by vivid on Sep 24th, 2018 8:52 pm, edited 3 times in total.
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That's a damn good price, the P55 is obviously better but it was 20% to 25% more when it was $999.

The M-series picture is great, and as long as you don't put a better screen beside it, you will love it.

Great find.
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Great find vivid! I was looking at this model. Slightly out of my budget range still but I might be able to make it work. Looking at comparisons it appears very close to the P series.
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Sep 4, 2018
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Good deal, but I'm still salty about missing out on the P-55 the other week. Think I'll hang on for that to go on sale again or the TCL launch (if it ever happens...)
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Some great prices, but im still trying to wait for hdmi 2.1. Redflagdeals isnt helping!
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KevinC268 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 10:04 am
Some great prices, but im still trying to wait for hdmi 2.1. Redflagdeals isnt helping!
The force is strong with this one , join the dark side buy now think later

haha
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redflagdealsguy wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 9:17 am
Seems folks are hesitant.

Here's the M vs P comparison, and outside of some select comparators, the M holds up well.
https://www.rtings.com/tv/tools/compare ... eshold*0.1
I guess if we plan to use the TV for at least 5 years, the P55 is the better buy? I just want native 4K @ 60Hz refresh rate to try and future proof a bit. Obviously the better colours and dimming zones are a plus too, but I'm not sure if I can justify spending an extra $200 to get the P55. We don't have any 4K content right now and barely have any 1080P60 content outside of Twitch and YouTube streams.
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geokilla wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 1:53 pm
I guess if we plan to use the TV for at least 5 years, the P55 is the better buy? I just want native 4K @ 60Hz refresh rate to try and future proof a bit. Obviously the better colours and dimming zones are a plus too, but I'm not sure if I can justify spending an extra $200 to get the P55. We don't have any 4K content right now and barely have any 1080P60 content outside of Twitch and YouTube streams.
We do have a rapidly growing amount of 4k content from various sources. Google play, apple itunes, netflix, youtube, amazon prime are all offering more and more 4k hdr content every day. 4k gaming is also partially here.
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geokilla wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 1:53 pm
I guess if we plan to use the TV for at least 5 years, the P55 is the better buy? I just want native 4K @ 60Hz refresh rate to try and future proof a bit. Obviously the better colours and dimming zones are a plus too, but I'm not sure if I can justify spending an extra $200 to get the P55. We don't have any 4K content right now and barely have any 1080P60 content outside of Twitch and YouTube streams.
I think you will be more then happy with the M Series
4K 60Hz your getting with the M series

I have an M65 2017 in my living room and just bought this M55 2018 in my rec room , both TVs are perfect

as of right now the P series isnt onsale its $1197.99 making it $380.00 more
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Remember folks, Costco's 90 day return policy is a thing. You've got your Black Friday insurance right there, might as well give this a shot.
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Can confirm the M55-F0 is $800 in-store in Burnaby.
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KevinC268 wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 2:04 pm
We do have a rapidly growing amount of 4k content from various sources. Google play, apple itunes, netflix, youtube, amazon prime are all offering more and more 4k hdr content every day. 4k gaming is also partially here.
I meant me as in what my family consumes lol. Outside of anime being in 1080P for Blu-ray releases, Twitch, and YouTube, nothing else we have is in 4K. Regular TV is 720P max I think. I guess that's where the TV upscaling comes in?
vivid wrote:
Sep 24th, 2018 2:06 pm
I think you will be more then happy with the M Series
4K 60Hz your getting with the M series
For some reason I thought it was 4K 60Hz that was missing with the M series. Maybe it was 120Hz then. I'll double check the specifications when I get home from the gym. Thanks for sharing your experience though!
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Sep 1, 2014
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In Calgary it's more expensive in store. Better buying Online.

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