Duronic TVS213BS – 3 Shelf model – Glass Floor 30″-50″ TV Stand and Swivel Bracket. Suitable for LCD, Plasma, Led, 3D TV’s 32″ 37″ 40″ 42″ 46″ 50″

July 27, 2013 - Comment

Brand New Product Features Plasma/LCD Floor stand to fit into any room. Designed to allow height adjustment and 30 degrees swivelling left and right Oval Aluminium-aloy Tubes in Brushed Silver to allow cable management; hide the cable away from sight 8mm Tempered glass provided to provide real strength and support to holding your DVD player,

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Brand New

Product Features

  • Plasma/LCD Floor stand to fit into any room. Designed to allow height adjustment and 30 degrees swivelling left and right
  • Oval Aluminium-aloy Tubes in Brushed Silver to allow cable management; hide the cable away from sight
  • 8mm Tempered glass provided to provide real strength and support to holding your DVD player, PS3, sky box etc. Bottom Glass Size: 80x48cm, middle glass: 60-45
  • Suitable for TV’s with load capacity of 60kg, between 30-50″. Fram Size(WxDxH): 800x480x1060mm. There is holes at the back of the body where you can hook the stand to the wall, this feature is ideal for households with children or if your TV is very heavy. Hooks will be required.
  • Available in Black HC213BB. You can also purchase the 2 glass shelf model of this: HC212BB and HC212BS

Comments

Mr. P. HAIGH says:

Good quality, nice and stable, quick assembly I ordered the stand and received it inside than 48 hours (express delivery). The stand comes flat packed, each major part in its own protective packaging – the shelves were also vacuum wrapped in plastic – so there were no scratches, or damage, to any part. Assembly took at most 15 minutes using the allen key provided and at the end we had a very nice-looking stand that easily held the 40″ LCD screen we bought it for. Although the screen is rather wider than the base the whole thing feels nice and stable.The assembly instructions were very clear except for one small point: the metal plates that are parts 14 and 16 are identical except that one has threaded holes and the other does not. After careful study of the assembly diagrams (there is no text until you get to mounting your screen) I was able to deduce that part 16 was the piece with threaded holes.Overall this is an excellent stand, the design is such that it doesn’t feel like it dominates the room (the…

Kevin Delaney "Moonraker" says:

Does the job I wanted it to do. I wanted a stand which could take TV, sky box, DVD recorder, & Xbox, but with a smaller “footprint” than the cabinet it replaced. This stand does the job perfectly. It looks neat in the corner of the room, & the TV is easy to view. There is a certain amount of height adjustment for the TV which is quite useful. You can also swivel the screen easily, although as I have it installed in a corner, I don’t use that facility.The Cable tidy at the back is a bit “tight”, but I got everything stowed after a bit of a struggle.The structure sits on small rollers which make it easy to pull out for cleaning at the back, or playing with the leads. The rollers do however leave black marks on my laminate floor.Some of the reviewers talk about it being difficult to assemble. There are a lot of “bits” & most of them are in their own internal packaging. I suspect that problems arise if you try to construct it without unwrapping and identifying all the pieces…

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