LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket. Fully Adjustable and suitable for 15″ 17″ 19″ 20″ 22″ 23″ LCD TVs

July 28, 2013 - Comment

Low-Profile Design. 2 Part Arm for extra movement In/Out from wall. This wall mount is designed for LCD/Plasma Screens with a maximum weight of 15Kg / 33Lbs. The product is VESA 75 and VESA 100 compliant, which means that it is suitable for any screen that has 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100mm fixing points.

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(as of April 20, 2020 6:45 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Low-Profile Design. 2 Part Arm for extra movement In/Out from wall. This wall mount is designed for LCD/Plasma Screens with a maximum weight of 15Kg / 33Lbs. The product is VESA 75 and VESA 100 compliant, which means that it is suitable for any screen that has 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100mm fixing points. Length when fully extended = 370mm / 14”. When bracket is fully reclined the LCD back will sit 1 1/2″ (40mm) away from the wall.

Product Features

  • This bracket holds the TÜV GS standard
  • Fully Adjustable and Viewable at any Angle
  • When not in use can be placed flush back to wall
  • Head Movement vertical +-45° and in the Horizontal +-180°
  • Material: Durable steel

Comments

Adrian says:

Nice Neat bracket I used this bracket for my 22″ TV. It’s really neat, and folds neatly nearly flat to the wall if you want it to.As it has two arms (one folds inside the other when it’s flat), the TV can be moved about to virtually any angle – from flat against the wall to sticking out and angled at 90 degrees, to view from another place in the room (maybe temporarily). This is a great neat bracket, and the price is excellent too — I saw the exact same bracket in Maplin for £39.99. Highly recommend (I have bought 3 of these to date !)

Mr. Brian R. Dougal says:

Excellent price & design (if your wall is strong!) This is a very well made bracket, especially at such a reasonable price.The degree of adjustments available is excellent.Surface finish, hinge design, metalwork in general, all excellent.Only slight down side is that the back “plate” which is screwed to the wall is short and only has 2 holes (vs 4). Fine if attaching directly to brick etc but not if (as in my case) thick plaster over breeze block. I needed to use v long thin screws & long raw-plugs, rather than the ones which came with it!!!

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