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tomzer

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  1. Yes, I had a long conversation. I also received some information and I am quite confident that we will have a meeting directly at a property. Of course, it all depends on the entry requirements and whether you then have to be in quarantine. So it's probably a little more difficult than normal. But I really enjoyed the conversation and I'm definitely interested in such a C-Seed TV. If they see the house and the garden, they can say more how long the installation would take. That depends on your own wishes and the environment. When it comes to televisions, I also like a large format. At least as
  2. I have not contacted the manufacturer yet. Next week i have time and I will do that. I think it will be very individual how long you need to build it. But don't expect a long construction phase. Dig a hole, put the TV in, lay the connections, ... shouldn't be too time-consuming in my opinion. But I can also ask for that. A TV like this is something that sets you apart from others. Much has certainly already been seen in this way or similar in other houses. The technology and such a huge TV probably not yet. Maybe this will also become the standard one day.
  3. Yes, what I've seen are the same models. No matter whether you install the TV on a plot of land or on a yacht. Even in a house, the space can become small. The television is also of a certain size. You don't even want to have it standing around in the garden or around the pool area. It makes sense to turn on the television when it is not needed. Sure, the space on a yacht is even less, but I wouldn't want the TV to be in the garden all the time. Yes, I would put the TV next to the pool. I think it's a unique selling point. If the house is then sold, nobody else will have such a TV. I don´
  4. Sorry, wrong button. Wanted to correct something.
  5. If you don't need the TV, it is sunk into the ground. Only when you need the television it does extend out of the floor and unfold. There are some videos from C-Seed itself, I found a video from a private person. In this vodeo the TV is installed on a yacht. The technology is the same. So you can install it on a yacht too if you want I am also fascinated, so I want to know more about it. Maybe I'll get in touch with them so they can send me brochures and more informations.
  6. Yes, the TV can fold up and then disappear into its "garage" in the floor. Then the hole closes with a cover and you can't see anything from the TV. Take a look at the videos and pictures on the Internet. That makes the explanation easier. In the brochure I found it took 40 seconds to go out. But not for long, it happens very quickly. It doesn't take much less time until my TV comes on at home. That's a big advantage. When you no longer need the TV, it disappears completely and doesn't take up any more space. If a TV is hanging on the wall somewhere, that's not a big problem. so you
  7. The TV collapses so that it can better disappear into the ground. When the TV goes out of the ground, it opens. If you turn off the TV, it collapses and goes back into the ground. The individual panels of the television are movable, so only a small opening is required in the floor. The TV is made to be outside. There are also huge indoor TVs from the C-Seed brand. But I am primarily interested in outdoor TVs because I want to install a TV in the garden or pool area. This television does not have to be under a roof or has to be covered up after use. It all works automatically. The televis
  8. I have a property and would like to upgrade it with a foldable TV system. Does anyone know such systems? I find this huge TV an absolute eye-catcher in the garden or in the pool area. I'm not sure if I would sell my house after the upgrade, but I've wanted a large TV in the pool area for a long time. Which entertainment systems do you think enhance a house?
  9. Couldn't you ask this electrician if he can give you a rough estimate? Then you have a number that you can use for orientation. As an outsider, it is of course difficult to assess this. It depends on a few factors - size, age, ...
  10. Why should the landlord or agent let you into the property? You will get several keys. If you lose one, you leave a key with your family. Then if you lose one you still have a key and can fetch it. Then you don't need someone to let you into the property. I don't think the rule makes sense, but it is easy to bypass it and there is no danger.
  11. I would say it all depends on the property and where it is located. The question should also be who is buying? Many are probably waiting for that first. In my opinion, the situation has not been long enough to buy. If it takes even longer, I can already see that many people may have to sell and the price to buy will get better.
  12. I always invest a little. When the price is down, I buy a little and then I wait for the price to go up. If you have enough time and are patient, something can come of it. I won't get rich with it, but at least a vacation will work out. I'm actually sticking to the more familiar currencies.
  13. Selling Sunset, Amazing Interiors, Tiny House Nation... There are some series in this direction. To be honest, i never saw one of them:)
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