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Ceiling Drop Down
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Ceiling Drop Down

This unique solution adds a dramatic flair to any space and is the pinnacle of hidden TV technology. No more blocked views, no more huge black screens hanging on your wall. Hiding your TV in the ceiling provides the ultimate camouflage solution.

Outdoor Kitchen
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Outdoor Kitchen

People are spending more time than ever in outdoor entertainment areas. When enjoy a TV outdoors there are many benefits to being able to store the TV away when not in use including keeping the TV out of the elements and preventing theft.

Water Craft
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Water Craft

TV Lifts are a popular option for all types of watercraft. On boats, typically, space is at a premium and the ability to store the TV away quickly and easily is something you will not live without.

TV in the Floor
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TV in the Floor

Designers, Architects and homeowners have struggled for years with one major design dilemma: “I don’t want to block my amazing view, so where do I put the TV?” Now you don’t have to choose between a big screen and a stunning vista, make your TV your “best kept secret” by hiding it completely under the floor.

Kitchen Appliances
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Kitchen Appliances

Be honest, either you have all of your small kitchen appliances eating up your counter space or you are breaking your back lifting them onto the counter every time you want to use one. Why hasn’t someone figured out a way for you to store them away at the touch of a button!? Well, they have, and now you know about it.

Custom SUV Coach
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Custom SUV Coach

Nexus TV Lifts are being used to raise and lower TV’s to create a partition in between the driver and their celebrity passengers. Companies like West Coast Customs and Lexani Motorcars are leading the way luxury in-vehicle automation.

Foot Of Bed Cabinet
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Foot Of Bed Cabinet

One of the most popular TV Lift applications is hiding a TV inside a cabinet at the foot of the bed.

Dining Room
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Dining Room

A true American dining room has space for everyone in the family, room to entertain, good food on the table and of course a large flat screen TV close by. Don’t miss a minute of the game or a second of the action!

Outdoor Hot Tub
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Outdoor Hot Tub

Imagine; you're sitting in your hot tub with a cold drink in your hand. It’s a cool crisp night and the stars are out. Suddenly you realize that in the midst of all this luxurious soaking you’ve been doing you forgot that your favorite show started 2 minutes ago. Oh no! Do you panic? Hardly. You simply reach over, hit a button, and a 42” hidden TV quickly raises into view. Whammy! Your back in business and life’s good. That is of course until you need a drink refill!

Kitchen Island
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Kitchen Island

One of the coolest, most practical ways to have a TV in your kitchen is to hide it under the counter in your kitchen island. Use a Nexus 21 swivel lift so that you can turn the TV to face any direction in the kitchen!

Poker Table with Hidden Bar
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Poker Table with
Hidden Bar

At the touch of a button the middle of the poker table silently raises to reveal poker chips, cigars, your favorite bottle of scotch and rocks glasses! Your poker parties will never be the same.

Bath Tub
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Bath Tub

Is there anything better than relaxing in a hot, foamy bubble bath after a long days work? How about relaxing in your hot bath while enjoying your favorite TV show or movie? Now, add your favorite ice cream to the equation or a glass of red wine. Fuhgetaboutit.

Kitchen Dead Corner
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Kitchen Dead Corner

With a Nexus lift you can hide anything below your counter top and finally make proper use of that “dead corner” in your kitchen! Hide your microwave, coffee maker or even a small liquor collection!

Living Room Cabinet
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Living Room Cabinet

Many living rooms have become dominated by huge flat screen TV’s that often change the entire personality of the room. Conversationalists have had enough! They are hiding their TV out of view at the touch of a button with a living room TV lift cabinet.

Drop Down Over Fireplace
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Drop Down Over Fireplace

The ceiling isn’t the only place to hide a drop down TV, some love the finished look of built-in cabinetry. This can be a much more practical solution for storage and hiding peripheral components , but still gives you the fun special effect and hides that big black TV out of sight.

Kitchen Drop-Down
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Kitchen Drop-Down

Having a TV in your kitchen is a great idea, especially if you use your kitchen to entertain guests. But where do you put it? One popular option is to hide the TV in your upper cabinets and have it drop down when you want to watch it.

TV in Footboard
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TV in Footboard

Who doesn’t love watching movies in bed? Without question the most popular “pop up TV” application is hiding a TV at the foot of the bed. Use a Nexus 21 swivel lift and add the ability to turn your TV to face a nearby bathroom or sitting area.

Hidden Tequila Bar
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Hidden Tequila Bar

The options and ideas for utilizing “hidden technology” are virtually endless, but almost nothing is more impressive than when someone raises a completely camouflaged bar into view. This is also a convenient way to quickly hide your alcohol when your mother in-law decides to drop-in for a surprise visit!

Drop Down TV in Garage
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Drop Down TV in Garage

What would a mancave or a custom garage be without a TV to watch sports? Or maybe you’re the type that likes to fix up a muscle car and sip a cold beer while watching afternoon soaps?! Hey, were not here to judge. But whether it’s the adrenaline of bone crushing sports or the misery of daytime drama,you’re going to need a TV that’s there when you want it, and hides out of harm’s way when you don’t.

Hidden TV in Coffee Table
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TV Hidden in Coffee Table

This one’s a jaw dropper. No one ever expects that you’re hiding a 50” TV inside your coffee table. Just don’t hit the button on the remote during a coffee table scrabble game. Especially if you're winning.