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How Does a TV Lift Swivel?

One of the questions we get from customers is:
“Just how does the TV Lift Swivel Work?”


That’s a great question. It’s really very simple. We have a variety of sizes to electrically lift and rotate your TV. If you have a 50” flatscreen (or smaller), you’ll need a 33” swivel mechanism. If you have a 55” or smaller TV, you’ll need a 35” swivel mechanism. You get the drift, the larger the TV, the more height you need for the swivel mechanism. You can see more options here.

One of the nice things about a TV Lift Cabinet is the built-in wire retainer system that includes two onboard HDMI ports and two onboard HDMI cables. This makes sure your cables won’t get tangled while rotating.

If you want to see exactly how it works, here’s a short YouTube video below that demonstrates one of our beautiful cabinets that features 360-degree swivel action.

Like all our lift mechanisms, the swivels are ultra quiet with a high-performance, self-lubricating (polymer) gears to reduce friction and allow for smooth quiet movement. Every lift mechanism comes fully assembled with built-in surge and thermal overload protection.Plus, all TV Lift Cabinet uplift motorized TV lift series, including the swivel, are tested and recognized by Certified Laboratories for over 17 years of wear. So, if you’re looking for a cabinet that swivels – or you just want the mechanism to do it yourself – be sure to check out TV Lift Cabinet today.

The Great Bedroom Television Debate: Yes or No?

When we moved into our home 15 years ago, I just had one rule: No television in the bedroom. To be fair, we didn’t have options for hiding the television, like the TVLiftCabinets available today otv_mirror_with_frame_02_4r the TV Smart Mirrors that actually add style and function. Back then we just had gigantic televisions that took up a ton of space. So I wondered: is it possible to get the rest you need and still have the option of a television for those great, old-time, late-night movies?

Several people have posed the question and the answers hit the full spectrum. So, I thought I’d share some pros and cons for adding a television to your bedroom sanctuary.

The Cons 
1) Removing the television from your bedroom results in more, and better, sleep, so you’ll be more productive the next day.

2) What you think about first, makes a difference in how you approach the day. Having a television creates a mood, setting the stage for the rest of your day. What you think about last also matters in how restful your sleep will be.

3) Americans already watch an average of 35 hours of television each week. Turning the TV off gives you an opportunity to have a conversation, read a book or connect more meaningfully with your spouse and children.

The Pros

1) Snuggling up and enjoying a late-night movie can provide special intimacy with your loved ones.

2) There are many creative ways to design your space. You have more options for beautiful furnishings that allow you to access a television when you want one; and hide it in plain sight when you don’t. How about at the end of the bed?Azura Swivel

 

3) Today’s smart televisions provide an open window to the world, giving you opportunities to connect with loved ones wherever they are, from the comfort of your bed.

At the end of the day, the great television debate in the boudoir is up to you. There are certainly more options to ensure a good night sleep than there were 15 years ago. Perhaps my hubby will finally get his “television in the bedroom” wish.

 
 
 
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