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Underbed Lift Will Hide Your Plasma Under Your Bed

mk1 studios underbed lift

By David Ponce

The Underbed Lift, from MK1 Studios has been around for a few years. But in light of recent plasma screen hiding systems, we figured we’d bring you info about yet another alternative. Now, we’re not sure why you’d want to be stashing your brand new 50 inch plasma anywhere, but if, say, the wife really doesn’t want it on her walls, then maybe she won’t object to having it stored under her bead. Yeah, so when you want to watch the game, late at night, from the comfort of your bed, you need only to press a button, and the Underbed Lift mechanically pulls the screen out from under the bed, and raises it up to optimal viewing height.

A 50? panel with Amplifiers, DVD, VCR, Subwoofer, and 7 channels of surround can be concealed beneath a King size bed and a 42? panel and all the same equipment can be concealed under a Queen size bed. Both only take 45 seconds to deploy.

You apparently only need 8 inches of clearance under your bed, and you’re good to go.

We’re not sure how much this costs, since we couldn’t find a price anywhere on the site, but maybe we’re just incompetent.

[ Product Page (With video)] VIA [ Ounae ]

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  • Derrick

    I hide loads of things under my bead, this is a great idea.

  • Nurka

    Hmm.. I thought I heard somewhere, sometimethat you weren’t suposed to keep or even transport plasmas and LCD’s laying flat. That it could seriously damage them.
    This might be something I made up, but I think it’s something I’ve heard. Anyone care to comment?

  • Ed Flores

    nice, it looks like it supports the optimum porno viewing angle

  • Terry

    It costs $13,800 just for the lift……not including the TV. The MK 1 Sudios website now has a price list.

  • Ken

    Why put it under the bed when you could store it over the bed and watch it sitting up or laying down?

  • Matt

    Nurka: I think you’re right about that for plasmas. LCDs can be turned flat though without harm (unless you step on it…)