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Tuckaway Stand Makes Your TV Components Disappear

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April 16, 2014 – Boston, USA. Inventor Mike Stanley is not a magician, but he’s performed a magic trick to hide all your TV components. He’s designed the Tuckaway — an innovative and stylish TV stand that tames the ugly mess of components and wires by hiding everything behind the screen.

Aptly named, the stand ‘tucks everything away’ providing a truly clutter-free look that enhances the style of any room and avoids the need for large cabinets or stands with tinted glass or making holes in your walls.

Your components are easily accessible from the sides and back, while a cloak keeps them hidden — even when seen from the back. The Tuckaway includes a convenient and spacious 8-outlet power strip and a cable management system to hide all your wires. The IR repeater (included) enables your remote controls to work with your favorite components.

The Tuckaway is perfect for places where you can’t mount a TV on the wall or even find an empty wall! Tuckaway looks great anywhere in your room and its stable, lightweight design makes it easy to move around. Try placing the Tuckaway six feet in front of your couch for a theater-like viewing experience. Tuckaway frees you from designing your space around where your TV will fit.

Inventor Mike Stanley recently launched his Kickstarter campaign to start mass-production of the Tuckaway in June, 2014. Follow his progress and show your support for a new product that takes your TV viewing experience to a new level of style and comfort.

For more information please visit Tuckaway Stand Kickstarter campaign links.

Find Inventor Mike Stanley on Twitter, and on Facebook.

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Company Name: Tuckaway
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Website: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/567539131/tuckaway-stand-hide-your-components

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