Just Riddles
April 9, 2020
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Home Accessories : Why You Need a TV Screen Protector

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The warranty you get from a retailer for your new LED, plasma or LCD TV probably does not cover accidental screen contact. That means if something is thrown at your screen, and the screen cracks or becomes scratched, the TV is ruined and you have to pay for a new one.

Lots of LED and plasma television screens are shattered every day around the world. The question is then, are you concerned about your TV screen getting smashed and what should you buy to protect it? Over 1 million LCD, LED and plasma screen televisions are sold each and every month, and that is just in the United States. People spend hours every day watching their favorite shows on TV. They watch sports, play video games, enjoy great movies and home videos. Nowadays, lots of people are using their television as a computer monitor and streaming videos from the web as well. There is no doubt that these new televisions have had a big impact on the way that we relax and enjoy ourselves.

If the screen on your television gets cracked or scratched it cannot be replaced. You cannot simply replace the screen. You have to buy a whole new TV. That can be an expensive situation to find yourself in. A TV screen protector is very cheap in comparison. LCD televisions cost anywhere from $199 - $4000. There is an enormous range of choice on the market and sooner or later they will be a fixture in everyone's home. You must measure your room so as to get the viewing ratio right. Bigger does not always mean better in a small room. When using a TV screen protector, you want to ensure that the amount of natural light coming into the room is suitable for the best viewing scenario.

If you have kids of any age, you will know that accidents are unavoidable. Depending on your household, they may be common occurrences. If you have a gaming console or an active sports fan you know how much time is spent using the TV. It takes less than a few seconds to shatter a screen. Game controllers are a common cause of TV screens getting damaged. In an instant, the person playing the game loses concentration or their grip on the controller, and before they know it the screen is ruined. Only when it is too late do you fully realize that it cannot be fixed and that finding $1000 for a new TV is going to be really hard, if not impossible.

There is risk around us all of the time. We buy car insurance to mitigate the risk of getting in a car accident. We buy warranties for our new appliances and travel insurance for our vacations. We do these without thinking twice to ensure we are not out of pocket when we get some bad luck. The same logic should apply when considering whether to buy a TV screen protector. When you think about it, it is just good common sense.

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