Product Review “Bear Video”

Product Review “Bear Video”

Quickly becoming known only as “the bear video” – this video shows outdoor tests by a consumer electronics product reviewer, putting SunBriteTV through extreme-ness … like fire, water and, yes, a face-to-face with a bear. SunBriteTV is able to take a punishing gracefully: Watch this amazing video. See more product reviews and “SunBriteTV in the...
Top 10 Reasons Not to Put an Indoor TV Outside

Top 10 Reasons Not to Put an Indoor TV Outside

There’s a lot of talk about home improvement upgrade short-cuts, like placing an indoor TV outdoors. But here’s 10 reasons why that short-cut will make you shortchanged. Can’t see the picture! Indoor TVs all have glossy high reflective screens. They look pretty inside, but outdoors it’s like looking in a mirror. You lose your warranty. Check out your owner’s manuals. Buried in the fine print you will find slick legal language that basically forbids outdoor use of the TVs. They put it there for a reason. That darned sea air that comes in from the ocean every day. Salt air is really corrosive. If it can rust your hand rails, think what it can do to your TV. It especially likes to corrode unprotected input jacks on indoor TVs. And, yes, fog can actually go under your deck cover. Arnold the gardener hits the hedge sprinkler and the darn thing sprays the TV. You say, “But I put it under the gazebo.” Even the best laid plans can go to crap. Zap. Bugs in your TV are worse than ants in your pants. Insects crawl in through the ventilation grill. Spiders follow them in. Spiders lay webs. Spider webs go across circuit boards. Circuit boards short out. Zap. Pretty creepy, but this actually happens. Take a look at our interactive indoor / outdoor TV comparison. See the the benefits of outdoor TV for outdoor living. Those darned isolated thunderstorms. “Hey, I’ll bring the TV inside when it rains.” Good luck timing the weather. All it takes is one t-storm, rogue down-pour, micro-burst, or squall, and your TV is cooked....