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[Costco] Skyworth 65inch 4k Android TV $399

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[Costco] Skyworth 65inch 4k Android TV $399

Initially $549, then dropped to $499 for 1 month, now it is $399. Two models 65Q20200 and 65Q20300 are different tv leg stands and colour, otherwise looks identical.

Past deal thread: costco-skyworth-65-4k-android-smart-tv- ... 2452340/4/

Obviously $30 warranty is a no brainer, good luck before it sells out!

6pm EST update: glad people enjoy the deal! Love seeing the people arguing about low end TVs. I have a $4000 OLED, I also have a $200 Sharp. Love them both for what they're worth. It's not like you're buying a dirt-cheap oven that's going to set your house on fire...sall good
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Good price. I was just debating between this one and the Element 65' on Costco which costs $499. Guess I will order this one with the extended warranty ($29.99)
Anyone who has this TV can comment on the panel quality? Thanks.
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One has Speakers on Bottom and one has speakers on back.
Rest all is same.
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Jan 18, 2019
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For those that get motion sick easily, 60hz on a 65INCH is really bad. Those that don't care this is a steal.
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dtvibe wrote: For those that get motion sick easily, 60hz on a 65INCH is really bad. Those that don't care this is a steal.
It's all relative. I get motion sick in a car really easily, but 60 Hz on a 65" TV doesn't bother me in that regard at all. I don't like the motion handling of 60 Hz TVs, but it doesn't ever make me sick.

One of my main concerns of TVs is black-level performance.
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Feb 5, 2009
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My 55" Haier just died 5 years and a few months after purchasing, so bad timing in terms of the extended warranty, but good timing in terms of this deal!
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GSRee wrote: My 55" Haier just died 5 years and a few months after purchasing, so bad timing in terms of the extended warranty, but good timing in terms of this deal!
Is this a primary TV? If so, you might want to consider jumping up a couple of tiers. The image quality significantly improves with decent mid-end TVs. A lot of them are being closed out these days since the new models are here now, so there are good deals to be had.
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I bought it for 499 in costco last month, is there a price match?
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Whats the performance of these vs Hisense Android units?

I like Android for its good app selection, but I know some bootleg TV's lag when going through apps etc.
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Sort of bottom feeder re tvs but for the price...
Hard to find professional reviews of these tvs but consumer reviews show soso performance with issues in quality. Maybe you'll get lucky and if not just return. Oh and buy extended warranty if you decide to keep.
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HiSense is a mainstream brand with its own manufacturing and well known in China. Elements is established whitelabeling of others' TVs to North American big box stores.
What the hell is Skyward??
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ravenjo wrote: HiSense is a mainstream brand with its own manufacturing and well known in China. Elements is established whitelabeling of others' TVs to North American big box stores.
What the hell is Skyward??
Word on the street is that they'll soon be acquired by Lightyear Enterprises as part of their "To Infinity and Beyond" initiative.
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ravenjo wrote: HiSense is a mainstream brand with its own manufacturing and well known in China. Elements is established whitelabeling of others' TVs to North American big box stores.
What the hell is Skyward??
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Skyworth

Skyworth (simplified Chinese: 创维; traditional Chinese: 創維; pinyin: chuāngwéi), officially Skyworth Group Co., Ltd., is a Chinese holding company. Its subsidiaries design, manufacture and sell televisions and other audio-visual products.

Skyworth USA Corporation
In 2017, Skyworth opened its first American corporate branch office in California, Skyworth USA Corporation.

https://www.skyworth.net/us/productlist ... b7500.html
https://skyworthusa.com/product/65q20/
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ravenjo wrote: HiSense is a mainstream brand with its own manufacturing and well known in China. Elements is established whitelabeling of others' TVs to North American big box stores.
What the hell is Skyward??
to be fair aren’t all the panels from the same few manufacturers?
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Jan 7, 2008
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Hmm on the costco site, two different model numbers 65Q20200 & 65Q20300 but only one item number 6020065? Thinking Face
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yorkhvac wrote: One has Speakers on Bottom and one has speakers on back.
Rest all is same.
Are you saying the tvs are otherwise identical?

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