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Last Edited by cricket702 July 20, 2016 at 03:12 PM
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...TXAPOS7WLS

I was looking at full motion wall mounts when i saw this one, fulfilled by prime, was incredibly affordable.

i should have posted this under TVs, sorry

mount-it's website has the same model for $45.

from their site:
1. +10°/-15° Tilt
+/-90°Swivel (Maximum swivel angle depends on TV size)
+/-3° rotate for maximum viewing flexibility, Post-installation level adjustment allows the TV to perfectly level

2. Extends 2.5" - 17" from the wall for a low profile or up-close perspective

3. Cable management organizes and hides unsightly cables

4. Supports curved TVs

5. Welding technology results in rigid structure and perfect welds at every seam, ensures mounted TV is stable and secure.

6. Fits for most of 37-70 Inch TVs, It fits TVs with mounting holes as close as 4X4-Inch or as wide as 24 x 16-Inches (in TV terms - VESA 100x100mm to 600x400mm), Specifically, it fits VESA 100X100mm, 200X100mm, 200X150mm, 200X200mm, 300X200mm, 300X300mm, 400X200mm, 400X300mm, 400X400mm, 600x400mm
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Not bad.
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Hmm, wondering if my 60" plasma is over 77lbs. Not sure if it is worth risking.

Anyone have a link to a bracket (on sale) that goes across two studs instead of just into one?
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aw shoot, i just bought that one monoprice one
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cool. gonna order one
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Quote from Rlees92 View Post :
Hmm, wondering if my 60" plasma is over 77lbs. Not sure if it is worth risking.

Anyone have a link to a bracket (on sale) that goes across two studs instead of just into one?
look up model #, weight should be listed. since its plasma id think it is probably pushing it though. amazon had some 2 stud mounts in the mid 30s for full rotation, if you dont care about rotation you can get an even sweeter price.
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I wouldn't put a big TV in this. it's a single mount point, ie one stud.


3 reviews giving five stars??? One says easy installation. hmm...you need big aas lag bolts. I wouldn't call it easy.
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I wouldn't put a big TV in this. it's a single mount point, ie one stud.
if its under 70lbs it should be fine.
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Quote from drew2money View Post :
I wouldn't put a big TV in this. it's a single mount point, ie one stud.
yeah... i just mounted 3 tv's this week (two 55s and one 60) and that makes me totally nervous haha.
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I need a couple wall mounts for my new 65" TV's but this realllllllllllly does not look that secure...

I'd feed extremely uncomfortable about mounting this on plasma tv's or larger LCD panels while it's in the compressed position let alone while the arm is extended.

Deal is great but I'm gonna pass on the deal just b/c this does not look suitable for my installation.
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I had one of these for an old 50" plasma, after a couple months it began to sag, your better of getting a dual stud, or a tv that is not near the higher range of the weight capacity
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You damn right it doesn't look secure. That's why I'm buying one. Because with any luck my 70 incher which I bought last year is going to collapse and fall and get busted. That'll give me the excuse that I need to buy the 80" 4k curved one. In for one!
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You damn right it doesn't look secure. That's why I'm buying one. Because with any luck my 70 incher which I bought last year is going to collapse and fall and get busted. That'll give me the excuse that I need to buy the 80" 4k curved one. In for one!
How about you let me break in and "steal it" from you.
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$1 less with more reviews to entertain.

Full Motion for 32-70" with 5-feet HDMI Cable included

https://www.amazon.com/Telmu-Brac...8YCJ8JJXJ0
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fakespot F for both mounts.
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