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[Costco] Hisense 58" Class - R63G - $397.99

Believe this is their pre-black Friday sale and an all-time low for this unit.
I grab one a few months ago as a bedroom TV, hooked up to a firestick 4k max, and couldn't be happier with the performance.

Also, it's only $34.99 for 4 extra years of warranty, so you are covered for 6 years in total.

To add to this, Just noticed that BestBuy and Visons have the newer 58" A60GV (2022) model for the same price.
So Roku + Costco warranty vs Hisense VIDAA, extra usb port. and a few new features.

https://www.visions.ca/catalogue/catego ... njEALw_wcB

https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/hi ... 2/16286195

https://www.hisense-canada.com/en/compare-products/
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so would it better to buy the newer version at bestbuy or purchase the older version at costco?
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I believe this was 379.99 At costco today, they had them to the left when you walked in... Such a great price,

I recently purchased the Hisense 55" Class - U6GR Series, From Costco.ca for 467.99. I am blown away how great it is. I went with the extra warranty as i have read on here that they can break in a few years
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quinzo15o wrote: so would it better to buy the newer version at bestbuy or purchase the older version at costco?
Because of how unreliable these TVs are, it’s best to buy with Costco with their warranty.
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i would buy the newer model for the BT connectivity. but you can't beat costco warranty.
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quinzo15o wrote: so would it better to buy the newer version at bestbuy or purchase the older version at costco?
To be honest I'm quite partial in purchasing from Costco, just for the warranty, especially on a lower-end tv like this. I think the same warranty from Bestbuy is around $120.
The extra USB port and Bluetooth are nice but I got that covered on mine with the Firestick and ugreen ethernet adapter.
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Any cheap tv's under $300?
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Lots of reviewers with dead units ranging from months to a couple of years of use. Have played with various Hisense TV’s from midrange to U88G, wasn’t impressed. Settings don’t save properly, UI is laggy, noticeable image gradient/banding. Personally wouldn’t buy Hisense even if this was $199.

Currently watching my Samsung LCD LN46C610 bedroom tv that I bought 12 years ago from Sears. Works as it did the day it was new…
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How's this one versus the U6GR versus the U68H?
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rob187 wrote: Lots of reviewers with dead units ranging from months to a couple of years of use. Have played with various Hisense TV’s from midrange to U88G, wasn’t impressed. Settings don’t save properly, UI is laggy, noticeable image gradient/banding. Personally wouldn’t buy Hisense even if this was $199.

Currently watching my Samsung LCD LN46C610 bedroom tv that I bought 12 years ago from Sears. Works as it did the day it was new…
And all those reviewers didn’t take that $35 warranty and are now regretting. Costco has sold thousands of these so you’re bound to get some bad units and therefore bad reviews .
It’s a no brainer . Buy that warranty on those cheaper tvs.
Period .
I e owned à Hisense 55 for 6 years now . No issues and since it’s a budget tv , I didn’t expect an Oled .
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rob187 wrote: Settings don’t save properly, UI is laggy, noticeable image gradient/banding.
I don't have this particular Hisense, I have the U6GR, and I can't agree with your generalization of them. Mine has the Roku interface and have no problem with saving settings, or the UI being laggy. There is banding on my model though for sure. QC issues on cheap brands is to be expected.
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Just FYI, in store $394.99. just did price adjustment
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This TV paired with Chromecast with Google TV should do just fine.
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Bought this over the weekend. The best price 58” tv with extended warranty. Good picture, quick Roku start up and I find the tv turns on quickly. I fully expect this to die within a couple of years but that’s fine by me as the Costco warranty is great

Oh and picture is good. I find my old eyes are not good enough to see the difference between good and cheap tv
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Petrified1 wrote: How's this one versus the U6GR versus the U68H?
They are very close to each other but if you use 480p (SD) content stay away from the U6GR. If you don't use 480p at all then basically decide if you want Roku or Google TV and buy that one.
That's 30 minutes away, I'll be there in 10.
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What about R63G vs U6GR? I've been watching these for months and have give back and forth so many times over forgotten how they compared. Is the U6GR with an extra 7" diagonal and extra HDMI and USB ports worth $270? I can't remember which rtings rating is closest to the R63G.

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