This Sunday at 6:30 p.m. EST, Americans celebrate an unofficial national holiday—the Super Bowl.
The annual event which crowns a champion of the most popular sport in the U.S.—football—also serves as an excuse for friends and family to gather, celebrate and watch some very expensive, highly market-tested commercials. This year’s contest will pit the Philadelphia Eagles against the New England Patriots.
The technology featured below will not only far exceed the basic needs of your guests, but it will make your Super Bowl party one to remember.
If you want to provide an authentic sports experience, you’re going to need a stadium-sized screen. The Optoma UHD60 projector is capable of streaming 4K images up to 140 inches, allowing you and your guests to enjoy the championship game in stunning ultra high-definition—with bright colors, true blacks, and incredible sharpness and clarity—at a remarkably satisfying size. And in the high-end home projector market—where top models can run $30,000 to $55,000—the Optoma UHD60 offers optimal viewing without laying a huge hit on your wallet.
The Optoma UHD60 is available for $1,799.
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One area where home theaters will always be superior to live sports—or really any live event—is seating, but that doesn’t mean you should settle for “good enough.” Lane Omega is the home theater seating experience that our wonderful future deserves. Comprised of black leather gel, the Lane Omega features powered headrests and powered recline, offering instant, customizable comfort at the push of a button—and that’s just the beginning. Each Lane Omega comes equipped with USB and AC charging ports, dual cup holders with ambient blue LED lighting, swivel trays for resting refreshments, a concealable table, and in-armrest storage compartments sized to fit smart tablets. For owners who wish to further trick out their couch, wine caddy, cigar host, reading light and tablet holder—which mounts your smart screen on your armrest—add-ons are also available. Of course the danger of providing your guests with a superior seating experience is that they may never want to leave.
The Lane Omega home theater system is available for $649 per seat.
Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker
No Super Bowl party would be complete without that most essential of football foods—pizza. But instead of competing with half of humanity for the services of your local pie joint, offer your guests options and immediacy. The Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker is a compact countertop device with dual-heating elements and a built-in baking stone that lets you cook up customizable, brick-oven authentic ‘za in about 10 minutes. In addition to allowing you to pile your pizza high with your preferred toppings—the Crispy Crust will cook evenly regardless of how you overload it—the pie maker can accommodate your crust of choice as well, via the Thick or Thin dough setting.
The Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker is available for $149.
The imbibing of adult beverages is a staple of Super Bowl parties, but how can you add a touch of host-ly class to what is, oftentimes, a BYOB affair? In our not-too-distant—and certainly more dark—past this would have been an impossibility, but thanks to the Fizzics Waytap your guests can enjoy a more authentic draft pub-drinking experience, regardless of the brew on hand. Compatible with cans, bottles and growlers, the ingenious (and portable!) Fizzics Waytap leverages science toward its most noble goal—making beer taste better. Utilizing their trademarked Micro-Foam Technology and a soundwave-based “sonication process,” the Waytap provides users with a perfectly poured pint, complete with enhanced aroma, flavor, and a rich, creamy head—just simply insert your beer of choice into the device and pull the tap.
The Fizzics Waytap is available for $119 (bottle/can version) or $169 (bottle/can/growler version)
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