The ultimate Christmas gift - tv while bathing!

Pamper someone in style this Christmas with a luxurious built-in bathroom TV. With bathovision, screen addicts need never miss their favourite television programme in lieu of bathing again and bath lovers can linger even longer.

If you're struggling to find that special gift that will keep on giving bathovision, from Unique Automation, ticks all the boxes. A frameless, flat widescreen TV with heated glass to combat condensation, bathovision is looks like a stylish bevel -edge mirror when switched off.


Remote -controlled and with an LCD digital screen, the unit is both waterproof and tamperproof and comes complete with high quality waterproof speakers. Bathovision screen sizes range from 23" - 46", all with a 178° viewing angle, and prices start at £1,827 (inc VAT).

Bathovision is perfect for high humidity areas such as bathrooms and also suitable for kitchens, poolsides, wet rooms, spas, gyms and changing areas.

In the bathroom, bathovision can be integrated with Unique Automation's bathomatic digital bath management system, controlled via an on -screen menu. With this system, the bath filling process is microprocessor -controlled and temperature and water level can be pre -set.

For further information visit www.bathovision.tv, bath -o -matic.com or telephone 020 7740 3910

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