Liven up your living room with SKY+ HD designer box limited collection
Ten years ago Sky+ launched, changing the way the nation watches television. Sky+HD continues to innovate and it is now used over one billion times a month to record programmes and series at the touch of a button, and to pause and rewind live TV in over 8.3million homesacross the UK.
To celebrate the anniversary, Sky has launched ten limited-edition 1TB Sky+HD boxes exclusively designed by some of Britain’s most high profile fashion, fabric and jewellery designers including Matthew Williamson, Richard Nicoll, Agent Provocateur, Celia Birtwell, Julie Verhoeven, Solange Azagury- Partridge and Farrow & Ball.
The dazzling collection, is available via www.sky.com/designerboxes priced at £49 for existing Sky customers upgrading to the HD pack or £149 for new customers joining with the HD pack.
The full range features creations from:
· Agent Provocateur
· Basso & Brooke
· Celia Birtwell
· Farrow & Ball
· Jay Jay Burridge
· Julie Verhoeven
· Matthew Williamson
· Richard Nicoll
· Roksanda Illincic
· Solange Azagury- Partridge
What the Sky+HD 1TB box does:
This exclusive collection not only offers quirky, eye-catching gadgets to liven up any living room, bedroom or study but also gives people flexible control over a wide choice of programmes from Sky.
Sky+HD also gives access to over 50 HD channels, lets people record up to 240 hours of HD or 740 hours of standard definition programmes, and enables viewers to record two channels while watching a third recorded programme at the same time or even set the box to record something from a smart phone or iPad while on the move – 2 million customers now use this remote record function.
The box is also 3D-ready, so anyone with a 3D TV can watch Sky 3D at no extra cost with a subscription to Sky World HD. And with Sky Anytime+ you can choose from a huge library of TV programmes, box sets and movies to watch on demand.
Since it launched in 2001, Sky+ has revolutionised the way we watch TV and is now used more than 35million times a day, making it easy for viewers to record on-the-go and catch theirfavourite TV programmes when they want.
More than 8.3 million homes now have Sky+. That’s more than those with cats (5.7 million) dogs (5.8 million) and even children (7.7 million)!