The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free
I love November.
All the leaves have fallen, the sky is cloudy and the morning chill goes great with a hot cup of coffee. We celebrate winter in our family.
My Mom and Dad always loved it and I guess they rubbed off on me a bit. I also love this time of year because my beautiful girls begin whispering about Christmas and Santa Claus.
They are at such the perfect age to really enjoy the Christmas season and all the traditions my family observes.
Out come the decorations. In comes the tree and the spirit of Christmas takes over.
All of us love decorating the house and it’s an event every year. Eggnog, hot apple cider and cookies are usually involved as well.
Soon the gifts begin piling up around the tree and Santa just loves getting all the presents ready for good little boys and girls.
But as you know this is not a difficult task for Santa and his fey elves.
Kids are easy; it’s the good BIG boys and girls that Santa often struggles with.
It is Officially #HintingSeason
I have good news, I have discovered Santa’s secret weapon for big kid (cough *husbands* cough) shopping this year: The LG OLED TV from Best Buy.
What is an OLED TV? I asked my husband the same question, and he explained it in excruciating detail.
Well LED, or light-emitting diodes, represent a tremendous technology that most TVs use these days.
LG has bumped it up a notch and uses an organic material that glows when electricity runs through it.
This is next Gen to be sure. Extremely high tech. Exactly what families (I mean husbands) of 2014 look forward to.
What makes LG OLED the Perfect Fit?
Discover LG OLED TV – The Ultimate Display!
Your first kiss. A baby’s first steps. The majesty of a desert sunset. Some things in life defy all explanation and must be experienced to be believed. Such is the case with LG’s latest display technology. With deeper and richer colors, stunning contrast and ingeniously curved screens, it is unlike any technology you’ve ever seen, and it delivers a picture that exceeds your wildest imagination.
This is the perfect TV for a whole bunch of activities that my family loves to do together.
Zoey and Emma spend their fair share of time watching all the cool shows on the many different kids channels and other streaming services we enjoy.
Movies on Netflix, Hulu and Amazon we all partake in for family movie night.
Lastly, but certainly not least is the video games we play in our house. My husband especially loves his games. We all love them, but this television tech will knock his joystick right off.
The LG OLED TV is beautiful, if you like understatement. I don’t know if I have seen a nicer TV out that tempts my wallet so much.
The stunning design of LG OLED TV is only 0.21″ thick at its thinnest point.
Picture quality is spectacular, with Infinite Contrast that ranges from the most blazing whites to the deepest blacks. And, LG’s exclusive 4 Color Pixel technology delivers bright, vibrant colors.
You can learn more in depth at Best Buy’s LG OLED page. You won’t be disappointed.
I am giddy this year in hopes of this TV finding its way to the bottom of our Christmas tree (or next to it, if I’m being realistic). After checking it out I just don’t know if any other kind will make the cut. The one I have now… I don’t even want to talk about.
Put it this way, it’s 5 years old. That’s 87 in TV years.
Dear Santa, please, oh please won’t you bring me an LG OLED TV this year.
I have been very good (okay depends on who you ask!) and I need one BADLY.
I swear I won’t give away your secret when you grab mine from Best Buy!
Here’s the specs and details in case the elves get confused:
Best Buy’s everyday price of $3499.99 (save $500).
LG 55EC9300 SKU# 7846019 – OLED TV
- Infinite contrast ratio and stunning color – delivers more natural, lifelike viewing.
- 4 Color Pixel technology enhances color range and accuracy.
- Super thin design (consider how to show visually)
- Find content faster with webOS
I’d say I made my case, right?