How to transport big curved screens?

InternetSwag

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Hi guys, I have an ASUS TUF VG34VQL1B that I recently bought, and I don't have the box anymore.

I am moving to another address and I'm scratching my head as to how im gonna transport this thing without damaging it.

But I thought to myself, surely some TV's that curve are even bigger?

How do you transport these things? I doubt I can trust a moving company with this?


 

Lupus

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Hi guys, I have an ASUS TUF VG34VQL1B that I recently bought, and I don't have the box anymore.

I am moving to another address and I'm scratching my head as to how im gonna transport this thing without damaging it.

But I thought to myself, surely some TV's that curve are even bigger?

How do you transport these things? I doubt I can trust a moving company with this?


Can it fit in your back seat
 

agentrfr

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Carefully....

I wrap my one in soft towels and place it face down on the back seats of the car with the stand going where passenger legs would go
 

Ghost64

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Thought they stopped making these...
If it’s 34” which I guessed from the product code, it’s quite small, could fit in the boot quite easily. Just wrap it up nicely in towels or other soft materials.
 

InternetSwag

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Thanks guys, I'm very nervous about it because it cost me 14k.

But I suppose if it's flat on its back, nothing can really go wrong
 

maxxis

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Screen down on a soft blanket folded double for a nice soft suspended surface.

The panels aren't that fragile. You won't have issues.
 
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