You may assume you need a weatherproof TV to enjoy TV shows or a blockbuster outdoors. However, that isn’t true. You can use an indoor TV if you are wise about it. One way is to go with an outdoor TV case.
Outdoor TV enclosures solve the weather problem by preventing water from entering the case, increasing airflow to eliminate humidity, and insulating against extreme temperatures.
You can install any TV and even protect media devices like Apple TV or Roku inside the enclosure. Most TV outdoor enclosures are designed to be opened and closed. For instance, TV cases like the Storm Shell Hard Cover, Apollo Outdoor TV Enclosure, TV Shield, or Pergola World Cedar Outdoor TV Enclosure are completely removable – designed to be opened and closed. So when a TV has issues, or you want to replace it, it can come out easily.
On the flip side, compared to an outdoor TV, even the top TV Shield Pro will cost around $1,600 for a 40” to 50” TV, while a weatherproof outdoor TV averagely costs approximately $4,000. And more advanced models can end up heating $7,000.
But even cheap TV outdoor enclosure, such as Kolife TV Cover, Garnetics Weatherproof Protectors, Clicks Depot Waterproof TV Covers, or A1Cover can still protect against various dangers, are durable and weather/temperature resistant. In any scenario, if you need to buy a TV to go in it, including a complete outdoor TV kit, you will still save significantly.