TV Shield Turns Any TV into an Outdoor TV
October 24, 2013 | by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)
The company has products to accommodate TVs from 19 to 60 inches.
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Posted by Bob Lieto  on  10/25  at  11:18 AM

Just wondered if you had gotten a shield to preview and put through tha paces before you recommend it to your readers?  I purchased one and it was not a good experience. In my opinion the piece was flimsy, arrived broken (packaging was inefficient), and not something I would place into one of my designs.

Posted by Grant Clauser  on  10/25  at  01:53 PM

Hi Bob,
No we haven’t tried it out, so we can’t say if it really works or not. Thanks for your insight.

Posted by Greg Matthews  on  10/25  at  03:22 PM

I actually have this myself it works great and was thousands cheaper than anything I could find. I didnt have any trouble putting it up myself and didnt see any of the flimsy issues. Im sure a quick call to their pretty darn helpful customer service would have solved any issues. But it is plastic but I dont have people trying to hang off this thing. The TV itself was actually more flimsy. Quite scary actually but we handled it with care when installing it. Guess thats plastic for ya.


Posted by Henry luke  on  10/31  at  03:45 AM

Well if you intend to put a TV outdoors you need to install an external TV Enclosure to prevent of any kind of damage to your TV.

Posted by Broney's Alumni Grill  on  11/21  at  11:41 AM

We used 2 Two Shields at our bar in Athens, OH on the campus of Ohio University and the university staff loves the products for lunch time and the college students are raving about it at night during football games. Thank you TV Shield for making a quality product

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