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June 5, 2008

TV Armor Protects Your LCD Or Plasma TV Screen From Hurled Objects

tv-armor1.JPGSometimes innovation results from one's misfortune. In this case, the innovative idea was a direct result of the crack made in a 47-inch LCD TV the moment a flying toy firetruck made contact. TV Armor, a cool new product developed by Michael Cunningham, is designed to make sure your brand new HDTV doesn't end up on the curb because it was nailed by a flying object. Made of optical grade acrylic plastic, cut precisely using a computer, TV Armor fits around the frame of your TV shielding the screen from contact with anything that might do it damage. Felt spacers are placed in between the protective screen and the TV, not only to protect your set from scratches, but also to allow TV Armor room to flex and absorb any impact from a flying remote, beer bottle, etc.

If TV Armor sounds like it might belong in your household, it's currently available in five sizes and suited for both plasma and LCD models. Just head over to the website to order.

  • 30-32 inches-$129
  • 36-37 inches-$139
  • 40-42 inches-$149
  • 46-47 inches-$159
  • 50-52 inches-$169

Have a larger set? TV Armor is also custom manufactured for larger screen sizes.

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Posted by Justin Davey at June 5, 2008 4:32 AM

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