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LG 27GP850-B

Discussion in 'Monitors' started by Deluxe1, 4 May 2021.

  1. jasonht

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    Reviews on most youtubes and websites went out 3-4 weeks ago. Still no news or websites actually show it in stock to order. Not sold on the 32" size really want the 27.
     
  2. Deluxe1

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    Amazon.it have it listed, works out at £450 delivered.
     
  3. Leo Safina

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    Reckon there are any downsides shipping from Italy? tempted to just go for it now
     
  4. Deluxe1

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    Other than the plug I can't see any, I've ordered one.
     
  5. Leo Safina

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    Add me to the list :cool:
     
  6. Deluxe1

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    Wednesday delivery?
     
  7. Leo Safina

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    Tuesday for me!
     
  8. [Death]

    Wise Guy

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    does it share prime with uk version?, scrap that , ordered it
     
  9. [Death]

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    thursday for me :p
     
  10. Deluxe1

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    All out of stock now.
     
  11. Deluxe1

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    Mines been shipped.
     
  12. jasonht

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    in a slight twist of fate I found a dell s2721dgfa on their website for £333. possibly pricing error, as when i added to basket it came up as £400. i tried asking dell support showing them the link and they fixed the price quick, but honoured it for me on a quote, with a work discount on top too. So although it isn't my perfect monitor (the gp850 Would be my ultimate) for just over half the price ive gone for it. I can always then upgrade to the GP once its in stock in future or on sale! absolute bargain to be honest. only thing im missing out on is 4k downscale.
     
  13. Danoptic

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    Looking to get this monitor, as soon as I can get a graphics card that is
     
  14. [Death]

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    Mines dispatched , changed to weds delivery :)
     
  15. Waitwhat

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    Only wait time and possibly the plug supplied
     
  16. FoxEye

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    If it's available from Italy surely not long to wait for the UK drop. You would imagine.
     
  17. FoxEye

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    Last edited: 12 Jun 2021
  18. Deluxe1

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    That's already taken into account when placing the order:

    Order Summary
    Subtotal articles:
    EUR 409.83
    Shipping cost:
    EUR 13.05

    Total excluding VAT:
    EUR 422.88
    VAT:
    EUR 0.00

    Total:
    Deposit of import costs
    EUR 84.58

    Total:
    EUR 507.46
    Total payment:
    GBP 450.09
     
  19. FoxEye

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    Think I'll wait for UK stock. Another concern is what happens if you decide to return it, or it has a dead pixel that isn't covered by the warranty, etc.

    If you have to return to Amazon.it, do you get your import fees refunded? I'm guessing not.

    e: Hmm, maybe they are

    Buying From Amazon UK After Brexit. - Money Guide Ireland

    Grrr, why are they being so slow to get stock to UK retailers :( US has had them for months, EU have them for weeks.
     
    Last edited: 12 Jun 2021
  20. Apache14

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    Yeah we (UK) seems to be lagging behind in getting stock of some things. Seen the same with some other bits (EU has plenty of stock, UK does not)