The Super Bowl is about good company, great food, and a fantastic game. To have the best Super Bowl viewing experience, you might have to do a bit of planning and preparation. But it will all be worth it on game day. Want a killer Super Bowl Sunday? Here’s what you need:
Sure, the big game can be watched on any TV or even your phone or computer, and these work great in a pinch, but it’s just not the same. You need a big, beautiful TV so you can see every detail and replay perfectly. You don’t want your guests squinting at the TV. It’s a long game, and your guests will have a headache before halftime at that rate. It’s the perfect time of year to upgrade your TV, even if for the day. If you want a quick, inexpensive fix, rent a big, beautiful flatscreen. You could even have the guests chip in, making it a cheap, easy necessity for the Sunday of all Sundays.
In front of the TV is the best spot to experience the game, but you and your guests won’t stay put the whole time. They’ll be heading to the restroom and maybe to the kitchen to get more food. You can set up a streaming system, plug in a laptop or tablet, and put it in the kitchen. You and your guests won’t miss a single pass or a single play. Your whole house will be football central.
Talking Remote Meat Thermometer
What’s Super Bowl Sunday without the grill getting fired up? Whether you’re cooking steaks or hamburgers, you can keep the talking remote meat thermometer near you, so you know when it’s time to flip and when they’re ready for consumption. This killer gadget allows you more game time in front of the TV, diminishing the need to check the grill over and over, and your steaks and hamburgers will be cooked to perfection.
Glare-Reducing Window Shades
Nothing’s worse than having to move your head back and forth to see the game because the glare is right in the way. While you could pull the curtains and make it dark and cave-like, people still need to see their food, right? But you can have the best of both worlds. Extreme Solar Shades filter the light, so you get the natural light, but you don’t get the glare or the harmful UV rays. They’re also insulated, so they keep out the cold in the winter and the heat in the summer. And there you have it: a glare-free Super Bowl Sunday.
Make your Super Bowl party one for the books. Who knows? With all these upgrades, game day might be held at your place every February from now on.