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Sunbrite Veranda 55" HDR Outdoor TV (2019) $2679.99

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Sunbrite Veranda 55" HDR Outdoor TV (2019) $2679.99

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2679.99
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Niche product, and I wouldn't call this a "hot" deal per se but for those few of us that are in the market this seems to be the best price available online anywhere, in Canada no less. Price changes slightly week-to-week. Shipping is about $70 it seems to most locations.

Gibby's $3199
Electronicsforless $3199 (Can try to PM for an additional 5% off through here, ymmv since it's "special order")

All US retailers I can find including CDW.com, bhphotovideo, BestBuy etc. $1999USD ($2821.49 CAD).

Note: If you don't need a TV for outdoors (ie. for viewing in your hottub, on your deck, in wind/rain/snow +30 to -40) then there are definitely better suited panels.
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Feb 24, 2008
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monarch0300 wrote: Niche product, and I wouldn't call this a "hot" deal per se .
Well then....
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Nov 9, 2003
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mau_mau wrote: Well then....
I'll call you when it's in your price range. For now, the best deal in North America.
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Aug 12, 2011
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Wouldn't it be easy for theft for this kind of setup? A commercial or residential professional outdoor TV enclosure is both more cost effective and secure.... Not to mention you can actually put any decent TV of your choice inside...
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hachi8 wrote: Wouldn't it be easy for theft for this kind of setup? A commercial or residential professional outdoor TV enclosure is both more cost effective and secure.... Not to mention you can actually put any decent TV of your choice inside...
Is it large and funny looking?
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monarch0300 wrote:
I'll call you when it's in your price range. For now, the best deal in North America.
Weird flex, but ok.
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monarch0300 wrote: I'll call you when it's in your price range. For now, the best deal in North America.
Iv never heard anyone quite put it like that Face With Tears Of Joy Mr. Moneybags over here
I cant tell if im addicted to RFD or good deals
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I saw one of these TVs on an $8,000,000 yacht’s outdoor deck. Had no idea TV’s like this existed before then. Rich people don't screw around.
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How does this one compare to the $199 50" 4k Westinghouse at RCSS?
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bizzyseller wrote: How does this one compare to the $199 50" 4k Westinghouse at RCSS?
Just buy 10 of the Westinghouse to use outside and you’ll still have money left over. Just bring them back inside when you’re done. In the event it gets damaged from nature, move on to the next TV. If you’re careful enough, you should get many years out of your outdoor supply!
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monarch0300 wrote: Niche product, and I wouldn't call this a "hot" deal per se but for those few of us that are in the market this seems to be the best price available online anywhere, in Canada no less. Price changes slightly week-to-week. Shipping is about $70 it seems to most locations.

Gibby's $3199
Electronicsforless $3199 (Can try to PM for an additional 5% off through here, ymmv since it's "special order")

All US retailers I can find including CDW.com, bhphotovideo, BestBuy etc. $1999USD ($2821.49 CAD).

Note: If you don't need a TV for outdoors (ie. for viewing in your hottub, on your deck, in wind/rain/snow +30 to -40) then there are definitely better suited panels.
Has anyone actually tested this thing in -40C temps? I'm guessing this comes with it's own TV heater pad? >:D (Think car battery heater pad :P )
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hachi8 wrote: Wouldn't it be easy for theft for this kind of setup? A commercial or residential professional outdoor TV enclosure is both more cost effective and secure.... Not to mention you can actually put any decent TV of your choice inside...
https://www.tomsguide.com/us/sunbritetv ... -6530.html

This review explains it well, for outdoor viewing you can't compare an indoor panel in an enclosure to a purpose-built outdoor panel. This is the most affordable in the series, for shaded areas only. If you were watching outdoors at night, however, the indoor TV in the enclosure would be the better panel.
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Regarding theft, they would have to take it off the wall mount which may take some time, but it's certainly possible and a concern if it's in the open. I'm putting it on a deck that is only accessible through the house. Sometimes you'll see these on the rooftop patios of condo buildings, outdoor bars at restaurants, etc.
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Oct 17, 2009
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I've actually been looking for an outdoor tv for a while. I just ordered a used commercial advertising LCD panel on eBay for 300usd shipped. It has anti glare 700 nit screen so hopefully it works out good, super thick but hopefully it works good.

To address the enclosure and regular tv comments, the brightness just won't do when you want to watch in daylight.
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Nov 17, 2015
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monarch0300 wrote: Regarding theft, they would have to take it off the wall mount which may take some time, but it's certainly possible and a concern if it's in the open. I'm putting it on a deck that is only accessible through the house. Sometimes you'll see these on the rooftop patios of condo buildings, outdoor bars at restaurants, etc.
If people here steal catalytic converters and RV batteries, you bet your ass they'll steal your outdoors TV while you're gone to your social gathering. Or worse, scratch a bit old weiner on your screen.
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Aug 28, 2014
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Can this fit in my Honda Civic? Looking to pimp my ride
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monarch0300 wrote: I'll call you when it's in your price range. For now, the best deal in North America.
Maybe people are a little thrown off because you've posted a rather extravagant item on a bargain hunter's forum. The two aren't necessarily mutually exclusive, but they usually are.
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Mar 1, 2002
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Are these used a lot commercially? Maybe reason for the sale in these times.
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mediumsteak wrote: Can this fit in my Honda Civic? Looking to pimp my ride
Strap it to your roof racks and watch it through the sunroof. She'll be right
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Putting a TV out in the yard is one of the dumbest things next to having an "outdoor kitchen".
Might as well plant some trees in the house and lay some sod in the family room too. If you can't miss watching screens while outside, why should you miss nature while watching screens inside?

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