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    Best HDR TVs 2022: the ultimate high dynamic range TVs

    Best HDR TVs Buying Guide: Welcome to What Hi-Fi?'s round-up of the best HDR TVs you can buy in 2022.

    The 4K resolution (or revolution, you could say) might have dominated the headlines in recent years, but there's another way to really boost your TV's picture quality: HDR.

    HDR stands for 'high dynamic range', and it enhances the difference between the light and dark parts of the image - essentially the contrast – giving the picture more depth at one end at the same time as making it look brighter and more vibrant at the other.

    But it's not as simple as buying an HDR TV and sitting back and enjoying the quality boost. Oh no. Rather, there are competing formats of HDR, with different TV manufacturers backing different ones. That's right, we're in the midst of another format war.

    The most common form is HDR10. It's an open standard that has been adopted by numerous manufacturers, service providers (such as Amazon and Netflix) and the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA). Basically, all 4K TVs should feature HDR10. This means your TV will be compatible with the most widely available 4K Blu-ray discs, 4K players and 4K streaming content – and it should offer a far better picture than a 4K TV without any HDR.

    Dolby Vision is another format of HDR. It promises a subtler, improved image because its metadata is 'dynamic', in that it's added to an HDR image on a frame-by-frame basis (whereas HDR10 adds it scene by scene). In reality, results depends on how well the tech is implemented, but Dolby Vision is absolutely capable of producing better results than HDR10. LG, Panasonic, Sony and Philips TVs all employ Dolby Vision, though not on every model in their ranges, so it's worth checking before you buy. Netflix, Disney+ and Apple TV all have lots of Dolby Vision and HDR10 content, while Amazon Prime Video has just a couple of Dolby Vision titles.

    HDR10+ is a rival, dynamic metadata-based HDR format created by Samsung but also available to other manufacturers. Predictably, Samsung TVs feature HDR10+ but not Dolby Vision. New TVs from Philips and Panasonic, meanwhile, support both formats. Amazon also now carries a fair bit of content in HDR10+, although it can be hard to be sure that you're getting it. There's also now a handful of 4K Blu-rays encoded with HDR10+, including Bohemian Rhapsody.

    HLG stands for Hybrid Log Gamma, and is designed for HDR TV broadcasts. The vast majority of HDR TVs support HLG – it's almost as common as standard HDR10 – and the amount of content is increasing rapidly, with the BBC and Sky both delivering their HDR broadcasts in the format.

    Finally, Advanced HDR by Technicolor was a format created by LG and video specialists Technicolor, but it appears to have gone the way of the dodo. LG was the only TV manufacturer supporting it and it ceased doing so in 2020. No content mastered in the format has ever appeared.

    So that's the current state of the HDR landscape. You'll find our pick of the best HDR TVs around below.

    1. Philips 48OLED806

    Simply the best picture around at this most convenient of sizes

    Specifications

    Screen size: 48in (also available in 55in, 65in, 77in)

    Type: OLED

    Backlight: not applicable

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision, HDR10+

    Operating system: Android TV 10

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 62 x 107 x 6.8cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Sharp and punchy but natural+Full apps and HDMI 2.1 features+Dolby Vision and HDR10+

    Reasons to avoid

    -Sound can be bettered-Tricky to adjust for the best picture

    In a world of ever larger TVs, the 48-inch OLED remains a beacon of hope for those with more modest needs. The Philips 48OLED806 is one of the second generation of such televisions, which promise genuine flagship performance at a more manageable screen size – something that’s impossible to find on the LCD side of the market.

    You might have a smaller living space, or want a great gaming TV, a screen for the bedroom or perhaps the 48-inch option is a compromise with your less AV-enthusiastic housemate. Whatever the situation, the 48-inch OLED is an excellent choice, and the Philips 48OLED806 is the best 48-inch OLED you can currently buy.

    It takes more effort than most to find the best picture settings, and the default picture presets offered for each signal type are often less than ideal (Dolby Vision signals don't activate a proper Dolby Vision mode, for example), but with a bit of tweaking the OLED806 can be made to look both very accurate and supremely sharp and punchy. The performance is further enhanced by the beautiful Ambilight technology, which extends the onscreen action to the wall around the TV in the form of coloured light.

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    Last year's Philips OLEDs, while generally excellent, were notably lacking next-gen gaming features, but that isn't the case with the OLED806, which has two 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 sockets that support [email protected], Variable Refresh Rate and Auto Low Latency Mode. Input lag is very low, at around 14ms, and there's an HGiG picture setting for more accurate HDR tone mapping.

    One thing to bear in mind is that one of the two HDMI 2.1 sockets is also the one that handles eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel), which means that if you have two HDMI 2.1 sources you’re not also going to be able to send sound via eARC to a soundbar or AV amplifier. This is a limitation of all TVs that we’ve tested that have two HDMI 2.1 sockets and, unlike those others, Philips does somewhat mitigate the issue by supporting standard ARC via its other three HDMI sockets.

    While we'd certainly suggest taking advantage of the eARC/ARC functionality by adding a separate soundbar or AV receiver, the Philips OLED806 does sound decent by TV standards, producing a more detailed and dynamic sound than most (though not Sony's A80J or A90J).

    All told, the 48OLED806 is a superb TV choice, and the 65-inch version is brilliant, too – you can read the review of that model by clicking below. You'll also see the latest, lowest prices for all versions of the OLED806 (it's also available in 55-inch and 77-inch sizes) if you scroll just a tiny bit further.

    Read the full Philips 48OLED806 review

    Read the full Philips 65OLED806 review

    2. Samsung UE43AU7100

    You don’t need a bottomless bank account or a cavernous room to enjoy great picture quality

    Specifications

    Screen size: 43in (also available in 50in, 55in, 58in, 65in, 70in, 75in, 85in)

    Type: LCD

    Backlight: LED

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

    Operating system: Eden (Tizen)

    HDMI inputs: 3

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 56 x 96 x 6cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Balanced, consistent picture quality+Strong smart features+Excellent value for money

    Reasons to avoid

    -Some mild colour compression-Sound doesn’t project well-Limited gaming features

    Look up ‘unassuming’ in the dictionary and you’ll probably find a picture of the Samsung UE43AU7100. This 43-inch LCD TV doesn’t flaunt a particularly flamboyant design, doesn’t sell for a particularly outrageous price – either high or low – and its features list is certainly no Lord Of The Rings-style epic.

    You don’t have to spend long in the UE43AU7100’s company, though, to realise that a TV doesn’t have to be an extrovert to stand out from the crowd. Solid processing and a thoughtful, balanced picture that actually seems to have had some care and attention lavished on it can be more than enough.

    While inevitably for its money it’s not without its limitations, the UE43AU7100 delivers an impressively balanced, consistent and immersive picture. Particularly great to see at this price point is how deep its blacks are. Dark elements of mixed light and dark images enjoy rich and deep black tones, while full-on dark scenes appear with startlingly little of that grey or blue wash over them that so often blights such scenes on relatively affordable LCD TVs.

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    Good black levels are often accompanied by good colour, and so it proves – mostly – with the UE43AU7100. Colour blends are delivered with impressive subtlety and practically no ‘banding’. And while the set isn’t bright enough to drive colours off the screen with particularly spectacular volumes, there’s still an agreeable sense of daylight lustre to the tones of sun-drenched HDR woods, vibrant blue skies and busy city streets.

    The UE43AU7100 even proves a little more tolerant of wide viewing angles than most budget LCD TVs, wrapping up a picture performance that trades showiness and aggression for immersiveness and consistency in a way we wholeheartedly endorse.

    On top of the surprisingly mature and accomplished picture performance, you get arguably the best, most app-packed operating system available at any price. Connections run to three HDMIs and one USB port.

    The only cutting edge gaming graphics feature the HDMIs support, though, is Automatic Low Latency Mode (ALLM), which allows the TV to switch into and out of its Game mode depending on the sort of content an ALLM-capable device is outputting. There’s no 120Hz or Variable Refresh Rate support, but that's no surprise for a TV of this size and price.

    One HDMI supports eARC, allowing the TV to pass lossless Dolby Atmos sound to a compatible soundbar or AV receivers, one of which you should certainly budget for if you're able. If you're determined to stick with the in-built speaker system, you'll find that the AU7100 sounds only passable, with a lack of volume and projection that makes for a presentation without much impact. That said, while it's hardly cinematic, the presentation is certainly good enough for everyday TV-viewing – just don't expect a rousing rendition of action movie soundtracks.

    Ultimately, while the UE43AU7100 certainly can't hold a candle to a top OLED or QLED, it's superb for its size and price.

    Read the full Samsung UE43AU7100 review

    3. Sony XR-55A80J

    Sony’s step-down OLED might just be the TV of the year

    Specifications

    Screen size: 55in (also available in 65in, 83in)

    Type: OLED

    Backlight: not applicable

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

    Operating system: Google TV

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 123 x 5.3cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Super-sharp and detailed+Punchy and vibrant but natural+Superb motion handling

    Reasons to avoid

    -Incomplete HDMI 2.1 feature set-Missing UK catch-up apps

    We rate products on a performance-per-pound basis. That’s always been the What Hi-Fi? way. We’re not looking simply for the absolute best product in each category, as that would invariably involve recommending one of the most expensive products in each category; we’re looking for the best bang for your buck. The product that best balances performance, features and price.

    That isn’t to say that we’re averse to recommending a premium product when it justifies its high price, and that’s why we were delighted to bestow the full five stars upon Sony’s A90J flagship OLED when we reviewed it a little while ago. Simply put, it's one of the very best TVs you can buy.

    It's not be the best performance-per-pound TV you can buy, though, because this A80J beats it on that metric. This step-down model in Sony’s new OLED range certainly isn’t quite as good as its flagship sibling but, by offering most of what makes the A90J great at a much more competitive price, it’s turned out to be a real winner.

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    We knew that the A80J had the potential to be a very good TV, thanks to its shared DNA with the awesome A90J, but we had expected the gap in performance to be fairly big, given the huge gap in price.

    That simply isn’t the case. It might not be quite as bright and punchy as its flagship sibling, but it's not far off, and that means it's still capable of producing more impactful highlights than rivals such as the LG C1. It's just as sharp and detailed as the A90J, too, which makes it an incredibly crisp and three-dimensional performer. What's most impressive is how the A80J combines the spectacular with the natural and authentic – no other TV available right now, bar its flagship sibling, delivers on creative intent as faithfully.

    The A80J has a 30W Acoustic Surface Audio+ sound system, which uses actuators to vibrate the screen in order to create sound. It means the audio is tied to visuals in a way that TVs from other manufacturers can't match. The sound is also weightier and more spacious than that produced by similarly priced rivals, and there's impressive punch and dynamic range on offer, too.

    A lack of Variable Refresh Rate and fairly patchy implementation of [email protected] means hardcore gamers will still be better served by the LG C1 or Philips OLED806, but if your priorities are movies and TV shows, the A80J is a marvellous choice.

    We've tested the A80J in its 55-inch size. It's also available as a 65-inch and 77-inch model. We've not yet reviewed it at those bigger sizes but you'll find the latest, lowest prices available for each version below.

    In the UK, there’s also a variant of the A80J called the A84J. This version has a microphone integrated into its bezel for completely hands-free voice-control (the A80J has only a remote-mounted mic), plus a feature called Rich Colour Enhancer, which adds a tiny bit of extra richness to colours. Otherwise, the sets are identical and equally brilliant.

    Read the full Sony XR-55A80J review

    4. Samsung QE55QN94A

    Top Neo QLED performance with a cheeky little discount

    Specifications

    Screen size: 55in (also available in 50in, 65in, 75in, 85in)

    Type: QLED

    Backlight: Mini LED

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HLG, HDR10, HDR10+

    Operating system: Tizen

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 123 x 2.6cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Terrifically bright, punchy picture+Superb detail and sharpness+Excellent TV operating system

    Reasons to avoid

    -Light control not perfect-Good, not great, sound-No Dolby Vision

    Samsung’s first flush of Neo QLED TVs has been nothing short of revolutionary to date. The extra-fine level of lighting control that mini LED brings has put LCD’s high peak brightness to sophisticated use. It’s added a care with contrast that’s led to a more nuanced on-screen image, with a more solid, three-dimensional depth than ever before. We’ve every reason to expect the same from the QN94A.

    If ‘QN94A’ seems a bit of an odd number, that’s to indicate that there’s only a small difference between it and Samsung’s top 4K TV for the year, the QN95A (below). The QN94A TV is identical apart from missing out on the One Connect box – a discrete box that houses all of the QN95A's connections, including power.

    The difference in price between the QN94A and QN95A isn’t huge, but if you’re not interested in the One Connect box and are content with just one HDMI 2.1-certified socket, it’s worth saving that little bit of money. Picture quality is excellent regardless of which you choose and the sound isn’t bad at all. An OLED might look better in some scenes but there’s something quite addictive about the brightness of this set. Its super-contrasty and punchy HDR delivery is ever so more-ish. 

    There’s still no Dolby Vision support but you’ll be getting so much from HDR10 alone that it will hardly be on your mind. This is a great TV and a terrific buy at this price.

    We tested the QN95A in its 65-inch size. It's also available as a 50-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch model. We've not yet reviewed these versions but you'll see the latest, lowest prices below.

    Read the full Samsung QE55QN94A review

    5. Sony XR-55A90J

    It's very expensive, but if you want the best, the A90J is it

    Specifications

    Screen size: 55in (also available in 65in, 83in)

    Type: OLED

    Backlight: not applicable

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

    Operating system: Google TV

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 71 x 122 x 4.1cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Outstanding picture quality+Superb motion handling+Impressive sound

    Reasons to avoid

    -No VRR (yet), buggy [email protected] UK catch-up apps-Expensive

    While Sony’s OLEDs are highly regarded, it’s typically hard to justify buying one over a rival LG. Historically, the Sony has a more authentic picture and better sound but is also a step behind on features and usability – and at least a level or two more expensive.

    But what if Sony could produce a TV with most of those previously missing features, a more satisfying user experience, and a unique high-quality movie streaming app, all while raising the picture and sound quality to even greater heights? That's exactly what the company's done with the A90J.

    In performance terms, the Sony A90J is an absolute stunner. It takes OLED picture performance to new, thrilling levels while maintaining the authenticity for which Sony is justifiably renowned. It also sounds significantly better than all of the other TVs you might be considering. The new Google TV operating system means the user experience is better than that of any pre-2021 Sony TV, too, and the exclusive Bravia Core streaming service is a genuine value-added feature.

    Hardcore gamers might want to take a wait-and-see approach, though, as the set doesn't yet support VRR (an update has been promised but not dated) and we found the [email protected] support a little buggy. However, if movies and TV shows are your priority and you have a big budget, we haven’t tested a better television than the Sony A90J.

    Do check out the A80J at the top of this before handing over your money, though, as it offers much of (but not all) the A90J's excellence at a significantly lower price.

    We've tested the A90J in its 55-inch and 65-inch sizes. It's also available as an 83-inch model, which we've not yet reviewed. You'll see the latest, lowest prices available for each version below.

    Read the full Sony XR-55A90J review

    Read the full Sony XR-65A90J review

    6. LG OLED65C1

    The C1 isn’t much of a step-up from the CX, but it didn’t need to be – this is a superb TV at a competitive price

    Specifications

    Screen size: 65in (also available in 48in, 55in, 77in, 83in)

    Type: OLED

    Backlight: not applicable

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

    Operating system: webOS 6.0

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x 145 x 4.7cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Superb all-round picture quality+Near-flawless feature set+Better remote and menu system

    Reasons to avoid

    -Marginal gains on last year’s CX-Unengaging audio

    LG’s C-series model has been the go-to pick of its OLED range for several years. It has always been the most affordable model with the company’s best panel and picture processing wizardry. Spending more would get you a fancier design and potentially better sound, but the picture would be no different.

    That’s not the case now, though, as LG has introduced a new, brighter and sharper ‘OLED Evo’ panel, and the C1 doesn’t have it.

    With so much of the focus on the upgraded G1, it’s perhaps predictable that the C1 isn’t much of an improvement on its predecessor, but there wasn’t much that needed improving. The picture performance and feature set were already exemplary, and LG has slightly improved the former with its new Cinematic Movement motion processing and enhanced de-contouring feature (which reduces banding), and slightly improved the latter with a better menu system and a more complete app selection (all UK catch-up apps are present).

    The G1's picture is undeniably better in terms of brightness, sharpness and detail, but we're not talking huge margins and most people will struggle to justify the extra £500 ($500), particularly when the niche design and weaker sound are taken into account.

    Ultimately, in performance-per-pound terms, the C1 is the better buy. In fact, it's one of the most recommendable TVs available right now.

    We've now tested the C1 in its 65-inch and 48-inch sizes, and both are brilliant. It's also available as a 55-inch, 77-inch and 83-inch model. We've not yet reviewed these versions but you'll see the latest, lowest prices on all versions below.

    Read the full LG OLED65C1 review

    Read the full LG OLED48C1 review

    7. Sony XR-65X90J

    Simply the best, big, mid-range TV you can currently buy

    Specifications

    Screen size: 65in (also available in 50in, 55in, 75in)

    Type: LCD

    Backlight: Direct LED

    Resolution: 4K

    HDR formats supported: HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision

    Operating system: Google TV

    HDMI inputs: 4

    ARC/eARC: eARC

    Optical output: Yes

    Dimensions (hwd, without stand): 83 x 145 x 7.2cm

    Reasons to buy

    +Lovely, authentic colour balance+Superb motion handling+Solid feature set

    Reasons to avoid

    -Limited blacks and viewing angles-Fairly rough standard-def-Missing UK catch-up apps

    There’s no substitute for size when it comes to home cinema. After all, the whole goal of ‘home cinema’ is to, you know, bring the cinema home. And what’s the most important part of the cinema experience? The whopping huge screen, of course. That’s why a 65-inch TV (or even bigger!) is what you should aim for if you’re looking to add some serious cinematic scale to your living room.

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    • Riverbrook Home Katie Paisley and Amazon synchrony credit card payment 8-piece Full/Queen Layered Comforter & Coverlet Set, $125 (was $375), walmart.com

    • Sunbeam Electric Blanket Loftec Throw, $45 (was $55), walmart.com

    • Beautyrest Silver Quilted Comfort Memory Foam Bed Pillows 2-count, $20 (was $40), walmart.com

    • Serta Cozy Plush Solid Polyester Reversible 80 inch tv stand walmart Set, Twin, $45 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Mellanni Plush Gel-Fiber Filled Pillows King 2-pack, $45 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Mainstays Navy Floral 10-piece Bed-in-a-Bag Queen Bedding Set with Bonus Sheet Set + Pillows, $45 (was $55), walmart.com

    • Leachco All Nighter Total Body Pregnancy Pillow, $55 (was $78), walmart.com

    Gaming

    Get fit with great savings. (Photo: Walmart)

    If you're looking for a more engaging way to work out in the new year, Ring Fit Adventure for Nintendo Switch could do the trick. The game forces you to do things like squat, jog in place and more to move your character through a fantasy world, making it a more interesting way to get fit at home, especially during these nesting winter months. Walmart has the pack for $60, or $20 off its usual price, and it's currently in stock, so you can get your hands on it fairly quickly — it doesn't tend to stay on the shelves for long!

    Designed to work with the Nintendo Switch, Ring Fit Adventure tracks motion using the console's Joy-Cons. One straps to the provided ring while the other attaches to a leg strap so it can keep track of both upper- and lower-body movements. It's intended to provide a unique workout that doesn't feel like a regular fitness routine. "This game is so much fun, you're exercising but your also playing a game," raved one player. "There are a lot of games to choose from; you can start out slow and it'll rank you up to more difficulty levels. I absolutely love this game, it's fun and very challenging!!" 

    $60 at Walmart

    Check out more gaming deals below:

    • God of War for PlayStation 4, $10 (was $30), walmart.com

    • Super Mario Bros U: Deluxe for Nintendo Switch, $36 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Paper Mario: The Origami King for Nintendo Switch, $40 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War, Activision, PlayStation 4, $48 (was $60), walmart.com

    • LucidSound LS25BK Wired Stereo Gaming Headset, $60 (was $80), walmart.com

    • The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for Nintendo Switch, $37 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Rig 500 PRO HX SE White Gaming Headset for Xbox, $49 (was $70), walmart.com

    • Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time for Nintendo Switch, $27 (was $40), walmart.com

    Smart home

    Experience your home's temp in perfect harmony. (Photo: Walmart)

    Keeping 80 inch tv stand walmart home warm this winter is important, and there's no better way to keep track of your comfort than with a smart thermostat. We recommend the Honeywell Home Wifi 7-Day Programmable Thermostat, now just $65 (was 80 inch tv stand walmart climate-controlling wonder is designed for the way you live — connected and online. It has a large easy-to-read display and can be adjusted through your smartphone or tablet for convenience. You can control it from anywhere in the house — or anywhere in the world! Manage your indoor temperature settings with the touch of a button by downloading the free app to monitor your heating and cooling systems from your laptop, tablet or smartphone. The Honeywell Wifi Programmable Thermostat also works with leading smart-home products including Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and more.

    One happy customer gushed: "Super easy to install. Easy directions that walked you right thru. I love being able to control from my phone.wish we would've changed to this sooner."

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    Check out more smart home deals below:

    • Chromecast with Google TV, $50 (was $70), walmart.com

    • Google Nest Mini 2nd Generation, $33 (was $49), walmart.com

    • Roku Ultra, $79 (was $99), walmart.com

    • Roku Streambar, $99 (was $129), walmart.com

    • D-Link HD Wi-Fi Indoor Security Camera, $60 (was $90), walmart.com

    • Merkury Innovations Smart Symphony RGBW Strip Lights, $19 (was $27), walmart.com

    Kitchen

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    Need to cook for a big crew, or just expand your home-chef horizons? Pick up the Ninja Foodi 12-in-1, 8 Quart XL Pressure Cooker Air Fryer Multicooker for just $149 (down from $249) and you'll be all set to conquer the kitchen!

    The Ninja Foodi 12-in-1 lets you quickly pressure cook to lock in moisture and then finish with a crisp. But that's not all: The 12-in-1's versatility lets you prepare endless crowdpleasing meal options, from chicken wings to soup to even yogurt. 

    "The first meal I made was beef brisket, and it literally fell apart when removing from the pot. The meat was so tender and moist and flavorful," one happy home cook shared. "I absolutely love this machine."

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    Check out more kitchen deals below:

    • PowerXL Grill Air Fryer Home, $69 (was $149), walmart.com

    • Farberware 5.3-quart Digital XL Air Fryer, $67 (was $90), walmart.com

    • Nutribullet Select Blender, $40 (was $100), walmart.com

    • Instant Pot 6-quart Duo Crisp + Air Fryer 9-in-1, $100 (was $129), walmart.com

    • Chefman French Door Air Fryer + Oven, $89 (was $199), walmart.com

    • Ninja Nutri-Blender BN300WM 600-Watt Personal Blender, $40 (was $60), walmart.com

    • Thyme & Table Wood Board & Silicone Baking Set, $20 (was $30), walmart.com

    • Iconites 10-in-1 Airfryer Toaster Oven Combo, $145 (was $330), walmart.com

    • Blue Diamond Ceramic Nonstick 7-piece Pots and Pans Cookware Set, $30 (was $45), walmart.com

    • Gibson Home Kitchen In A Box 83-piece Combo Set, $59 (was $70), walmart.com

    • George Foreman 15+ Serving Indoor/Outdoor Electric Grill, $69 (was $100), walmart.com

    Style

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    The perfect loungewear has been something of a holy grail in these work-from-home times, and jogger pants have entered to make every moment on couch, desk chair, or puttering around the house both comfy and stylish. Grab these Athletic Works Women's Soft Jogger Pants this weekend for just $9 (down from $13) and you might find yourself wanting a pair in every color! These joggers take you from the studio to the street with effortless ease — just slip a pair on with a soft hoodie and fall in love with their trendy head-to-toe athleisure look. 

    "The pants are very comfortable and the material is soft and of good quality," reviewed one stylin' shopper. "I liked them so [much] that I returned to the store a couple of times and purchased more colors.black, grey, burgundy, and army green." Time to pick up a pair (or five!) for yourself.

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    Check out more style deals below:

    • Bulova Women's Mother of Pearl Diamond Dial Watch, $175 (was $350), walmart.com

    • Portland Boot Company Women's Ashland Moccasin Slipper, $16 (was $38), walmart.com

    • Time & Tru Kinsley Nylon Black Zip Around Wallet, $5 (was $10), walmart.com

    • Brinley Co. Womens Side Cut-out Sneaker Wedge, $38 (was $80), walmart.com

    • C Wonder Women's Super-Soft Boot Socks 3-pack, $8 (was $14), walmart.com

    • Women's 1/2 ct Diamond x Hoop Earrings, $30 (was $61), walmart.com

    • Scoop Women's Blair Scrunch Stiletto Heeled Booties, $30 (was $42), walmart.com

    Beauty

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    A great blow-out definitely makes hair look fabulous, but between the time it takes and the heat damage it makes, sometimes it might not feel worth it. Worry not! Just spritz on Kenra Platinum Blow-Dry Thermal Protection Hair Spray 80 inch tv stand walmart get ready to look — and feel — your best. At just $22 this weekend (down from $36), it's a steal as well!

    Kenra Thermal Protection Hair Spray dramatically decreases usps open late today time by an amazing 50 percent and protects hair from heat damage. The weightless formula softens, detangles, and smoothes while guarding against humidity and reducing frizz for healthy, long-lasting results. 

    "Best blow-dry spray out there," testified one happy customer. "I've been just blow drying my hair with NO heat protection or anything all my life, and it takes forever to dry. I shamefully never knew they made products that would help the hair dry much faster. My hair dries so much faster now and feels amazing. For those who hate standing there for 20 mins just to blow dry your hair before styling, it this is a must. AND it protects it from heat damage as well."

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    Check out more beauty deals below:

    • Beautimate Facial Jade Roller & Gua Sha Tool Set, $16 (was $40), walmart.com

    • It's A 10 Miracle Leave-In Conditioner Product, $33 (was $38), walmart.com

    • Tooca Home Waxing kit, $40 (was $70), walmart.com

    • Sexy Hair Surfer Girl Dry Texturizing Spray, $16 (was $20), walmart.com

    • Hike Woman 4 in 1 Electric Shaver, $20 (was $90), walmart.com

    • Ouidad Advanced Climate Control Heat and Humidity Gel, $20 (was $26), walmart.com

    Health & Wellness

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    It's become second nature to check our temperature before heading out in public to run errands, visit loved ones, and go to work. After all, we don't want to be running a sneaky fever and get anyone sick! Your best friend for monitoring your temp is the Mobi Non-Contact Forehead Thermometer with Fever Indicators and Object Mode, which you can snag now for only $25 — an awesome 45 percent savings!

    The MOBI Non-Contact Infrared Body Thermometer offers an intrusive-free ability to check the temperature of your loved ones in just one second without even touching them. It allows you to have a fast and accurate reading without the possibility of spreading germs, and after reading, this thermometer will display a Diagnostic LCD Fever Indicator to notify users whether temperature readings indicate a possible fever or rising body temperatures. And not only does this advanced thermometer read human bodies, it includes a food and object reading mode that empowers users to apply this device for plenty of situations.

    Per one satisfied customer: "As someone who has had COVID twice, it was important to me to have a reliable thermometer on hand. This works amazing! I took my temperature with five other thermometers to make sure it was accurate, and it was perfect. You just hold it about an inch to your forehead, and you have a reading in seconds. It also keeps track of your previous temperatures. For $25 I couldn't have asked for anything better. I highly recommend."

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    Check out more health & wellness deals below:

    • NUZYZ Silicone Face Cover Storage Bag for KN95, $11 (was $22), walmart.com

    • Germ-X Advanced Hand Sanitizer, $3 (was $4), walmart.com

    • Hand Sanitizer Gel 4-pack, $15 (was $30), walmart.com

    • Ankovo Touchless Thermometer, $13 (was $21), walmart.com

    • Metene Touchless Forehead and Ear Thermometer, $15 (was $21), walmart.com

    • Lysol Disinfectant Spray, $5 (was $10), walmart.com

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    You may not be sure whether you need a top-performing 65-inch set or a 75-inch model that performs a little worse but costs about the same. I suggest you go big. A 65-inch TV is the standard size for most households, but if you're looking to go even bigger, the most logical upgrade is a 75-inch model. It's a size available in a lot of the best TV series we review at CNET -- even those fancy OLED TVs (technically they're 77 inches, but they're still included on this list).

    If you're looking to upgrade your viewing experience, stepping up in TV screen size is the best use of your money -- more so than a slight increase in image quality, color accuracy, refresh rate, viewing angle, HDR (high dynamic range) performance or any smart TV functionality. However, I'm not advising you to get a 75-inch TV that doesn't perform well enough to satisfy you. The big screen size isn't does walmart sell ebay gift cards that. That's where our guide comes in: We're here to help you decide just how much money to spend.

    The list below represents the best TVs I've reviewed in CNET's test lab, where I compare them side by side to see which is most worth buying. Currently, my TV lab is my basement, and as usual, I've actually reviewed the 65-inch sizes in the series listed below. That said, the 75-inch versions are basically identical beyond screen size. When reviewing the TVs, I consider factors like contrast ratio, color accuracy, the refresh rate, input lag, the TV's smart capabilities, how many HDMI ports it has and more. Most of these models have game mode and smart TV capabilities that offer you easy access to streaming channels and streaming apps.

    Here are my latest recommendations, which I update as I review new TVs, with the following notes to keep in mind.

    • Looking for another size? Check out: 43-inch TVs, 55-inch TVs and 65-inch TVs.
    • Although most of these TVs are 2021 models, a few came out in 2020. For the 2020 TVs on this list I've included a "2021 outlook" section with everything I know about the new models, but in general the 2020 TVs are similar (and often a better bargain) compared to 2021 models.
    • This list is updated periodically.

    Best 77-inch TV, money no object: LG OLED77G1P

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    What's that you say? You just want the best 75-inch(ish) TV and can afford whatever you want? Here you go. In my tests the LG G1 OLED TV and the cheaper C1 below were the best TVs I've ever reviewed, with unbeatable contrast, perfect wide viewing angle and excellent uniformity. The main advantage of the G1 is slimmer, more wall-friendly design compared to the C1, so if you value that style and can afford it, this is the TV to get. Note that OLED TVs don't come in a 75-inch size, so this 77-inch model is the closest equivalent.

    Read our LG OLEDG1 series review.

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    80 inch tv stand walmart Swivel Floor TV Stand, 3-Tier Floor TV Mount Stands for 32-65" TV, TV Floor Stand Base with Shelf Storage, Height Adjustable, 90° Rotation, TV Stand $109.99

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    TV STAND for 32-65 inch TV: This large glass tv stand with mount is suitable for most 32-65 inch flat or curved screen tvs like Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp, Insignia, Vizio, Toshiba, and TCL and so on. Compatible with multiple VESA pattern (the four mounting holes at the back of TV) Max VESA 600x400mm/ 24"x16".
    90° ROTATION : The corner TV stand is phenomenal at the range of different size TVs that can hook to it, and it adds a unique ability to swivel 45 degrees in each direction towards the viewing area by pivoting the unit, and needn't to drill your beautiful wall.
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