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[Costco] Vizio P659-G1 Smart 4K TV 65" $899.97

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[Costco] Vizio P659-G1 Smart 4K TV 65" $899.97

Spotted at Costco Brampton, lots of stock.
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Canadianbac0n wrote: I thought no more Vizio in Canada ?
I would assume that is why these are on clearance
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Decent price, I paid this for the M series.

Whatever you do - get the warranty. Picture quality is very good, next to OLED, but I’ve seen them acting up in store and they’ve got a reputation.

For $60, get the warranty.
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Warranty covers the remote. That alone is worth it
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Seagull21 wrote: Decent price, I paid this for the M series.

Whatever you do - get the warranty. Picture quality is very good, next to OLED, but I’ve seen them acting up in store and they’ve got a reputation.

For $60, get the warranty.
Def what he said. With Vizio no longer selling TV's in the Canadian market, better to get that insurance. Vizio will still deal with warranty TV's but I've heard their warranty is terrible rejecting claims
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Sep 26, 2008
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game_fanatic wrote: Really?? I hadn’t heard this, any additional info?
Ditto, been wondering why it’s been impossible to get Vizio. Is there an official news release on this?
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dj_rice wrote: 560A3C74-6FEA-4BFD-9D33-EC2B372118EB.jpg
Well then that news to me . Vizio off the list
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Canada is off the list apparently.

America truly is the promised land for electronics.
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I have this TV. I had the 2018 model which was garbage ( full of vertical banding) vizio’s customer service was great don’t know why people are saying they sick, they replaced it for me 3 times the final time they sent me the g1 model this one still sucks ( vertical banding, turns on by itself, slow) I called in again and they sent me my full money back and told me to keep the TV, so I got a free TV out of it.

All in all Don’t buy it, buy a different brand.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Canada is off the list apparently.

America truly is the promised land for electronics.
My guess is its because of Covid and all the delays getting their TV's made, and trying to sell the same TVs in Canadian market requires alot of costly certifications, bi lingual information and re-make boxes and etc. So easier to just leave Canada, and sell in USA where none of that is needed. Which is a shame as I've been wanting to buy a Vizio since 2018 when they had those P65s. But I guess its TCL time
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dj_rice wrote: My guess is its because of Covid and all the delays getting their TV's made, and trying to sell the same TVs in Canadian market requires alot of costly certifications, bi lingual information and re-make boxes and etc. So easier to just leave Canada, and sell in USA where none of that is needed. Which is a shame as I've been wanting to buy a Vizio since 2018 when they had those P65s. But I guess its TCL time
No big loss, but I don't like the wider precedent of losing another competitor.

I frequently buy US product, and some warranty providers are providing third party cross border warranty.

The US may be a little rioty right now, but their deals are still amazing.
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dj_rice wrote: My guess is its because of Covid and all the delays getting their TV's made, and trying to sell the same TVs in Canadian market requires alot of costly certifications, bi lingual information and re-make boxes and etc. So easier to just leave Canada, and sell in USA where none of that is needed. Which is a shame as I've been wanting to buy a Vizio since 2018 when they had those P65s. But I guess its TCL time
Either that or Canadians have little tolerance for crappy quality control.

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