Customizable TVs for the Bath and Beyond

Whether your bathroom is elegant or over the top, the Séura Hydra waterproof TV can be styled to suit the surroundings. Séura offers the 19-inch TV in any color you like: The TV’s finish can be matched to Pantone colors, so it can duplicate the hues of your tiles, bathtub, or even towels. The rugged waterproof TV can safely be used in the bathroom, the kitchen, or poolside. Unlike any other TV we know of in this size range, the Hydra has an RS-232 port that allows it to be controlled by home-automation systems such as AMX, Control4, and Crestron, and a waterproof remote control is included. Séura says the Hydra’s mount completely conceals all connections and cables. The TV lists for $2,999 in black onyx or white pearl finish and $3,599 in custom finishes. (800.957.3872, www.seura.com)

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