“What’s all this about a SunBriteTV weatherproof, outdoor TV rebate?”

“What’s all this about a SunBriteTV weatherproof, outdoor TV rebate?”

Yes, it’s true. SunBriteTV is offering up to $600 off our most popular all-weather, outdoor TVs – the Signature Series models. In time for holiday gift-giving, football season finale and upcoming spring home entertainment season, purchase an eligible SunBriteTV HDTV and receive a cash-back rebate on that model. Awesome! Here’s how it works: • Purchase a 65” (6560HD) LED outdoor HDTV, receive $600 back. • Purchase a 55” (5560HD) LCD outdoor HDTV, receive $500 back. • Purchase a 46” (4460HD) LCD outdoor HDTV, receive $300 back. • Purchase a 32” (3260HD) LCD outdoor HDTV, receive $175 back. See our Mail-In Rebate form for the how-to and rules. Perfect for deck, pool, patio, gazebo, outside kitchen or any outdoor living space. Our outdoor TVs are designed to withstand temperatures down to -24 degrees or up to 122 degrees, meaning our TVs operate in snowy conditions and heat waves … resistant to rain, dust, salt air, humidity and those little creepy bugs that could crawl inside and zap the TV. Yuck. Each Signature Series HDTV comes with a two-year parts-and-labor warranty for residential use … and a one-year warranty for commercial use. TVs also come with a weatherproof remote control and standard dust cover. Imagine gathering family and friends around your outdoor TV to watch the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day parade (next year) or the Superbowl (it’s not too late!). This Rebate offer ends 12/31/12, or while inventory lasts. Don’t dawdle. Visit SunBriteTV.com to shop our Signature Series TVs and buy online. Authorized SunBriteTV installation experts are also available – in case, you are not technically-inclined and would like assistance setting up...
Signature, PRO, Marquee Series – The Differences

Signature, PRO, Marquee Series – The Differences

Overview of SunBriteTVs – Outdoor TV SunBriteTV now has three lines of all-weather outdoor televisions: Signature, PRO, and Marquee Series. So what’s the difference between them? Here’s a quick overview: Signature Series Take all of the great weather proof abilities of the old SunBrite—resistance to rain, snow, humidity, salt air, dust, insects, extreme heat and cold, water proof cable entry door, internal cooling fans and so on. Trade out the power coated aluminum bezels (a fancy word for outer casings) for ASA rated resin bezels, and eliminate the front protective glass, and—voila—you’ve got a killer line of outdoor TVs that are 40% lower in price than the original. To wrap-up, the Signature Series TVs… have an ASA-rated Resin exterior. have no glass in front of the LCD panel. can operate at temperatures down to -24 degrees F. the 65″ LED model has a powder-coated aluminum exterior and detachable speaker. tech & engineering updates create a 40% lower price. models available in black, silver or white. available in 32″, 46″, 55″, 65″. See all SunBriteTV models here. PRO Series This is the original recipe SunBriteTV. Your bump-up from the Signature Models: powder-coated aluminum bezels versus resin bezels, front protective tempered glass, and built-in heaters that allow these puppies to operate down to -40 degrees F. The PRO sets are industrial strength and built like a tank. During a recent product review, a PRO Series 4610HD was shot with paintball guns, abused by a bear, set on fire 4 times, and shot (from the rear) with a 9mm pistol—and STILL WORKED. Perfect for commercial applications or families that have really wild...
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....
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