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Séura LCD TV Mirror

Séura LCD TV Mirror

Most of the time spent in the bathroom getting ready is lost to all outside endeavors, apart from perhaps listening to music — but no more. With the Séura TV Mirror (starting at $2800) you can still catch all of the game while you shave. The Séura uses a specially formulated mirror that allows the picture of the LCD behind the mirror to be viewed when it’s on, and completely conceal the LCD when it’s off. It’s like, magic or something.

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