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Articulating wall mount for your TVs. Vesa Mounting. 80lbs capacity.

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I posted the same deal back on 11/27. I bought one and installed. It is decent but I am really skeptical that a 2x4 has the strength to hold an 80 lb TV 15" out. I mounted mine on a 4x4.

Just keep in mind that when flushed against wall, the center of the TV is about 3-4 inches to the right of the mounting stud. Also, this mount is not for your 10 y.o. 5" thick flat panel. It is for newer TVs that are lighter.

I think the mount is best for those who want to mount their TV in a corner. Otherwise, a traditional free motion mount with a wall bracket across multiple studs is better.
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I have this exact one and it's fantastic. Very Easy to mount and feels incredibly sturdy. I got it for $25 and it's an absolute steal at $17.
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I have this exact one and it's fantastic. Very Easy to mount and feels incredibly sturdy. I got it for $25 and it's an absolute steal at $17.
The amazon Basics stuff is pretty sturdy compared to the other no name brands and 80lbs capacity is very good for something that juts out of the wall quite a distance. I've been using a dual arm articulating mount for a few years now on a 65" screen and it's been super useful to get the screen out of glare or point it to where I'm working on something, or just to get to the ports and wires in the back.
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Need one for my 65"
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Need one for my 65"
If your tv has a vesa 400x400mm pattern or smaller and is less than 80lbs this would work. You need to check and verify on your tv's manual. Though because of the TV's width you wouldn't be able to turn it as much left and right compared to a smaller tv.
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Just what I was looking for! Got 1 for my 55" TCL from target Smilie
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Looking for something where I can lower the TV, not much tilt it. I do't want to go all out "Pull Down Above Fireplace" territory, but def need something more than standard for the 55" TCL...

I think a gas s pring is more where im headed, but im worried the lone arm may not fully support a 55"
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Bought this on BF and it has surpassed my expectations. I like how I only had to put in 3 holes since it is a slim vertical oriented mount. Offers great adjustability and feels very solid.
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Work for monitors?
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Also wondering if works on monitor ...
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I posted the same deal back on 11/27. I bought one and installed. It is decent but I am really skeptical that a 2x4 has the strength to hold an 80 lb TV 15" out. I mounted mine on a 4x4.

Just keep in mind that when flushed against wall, the center of the TV is about 3-4 inches to the right of the mounting stud. Also, this mount is not for your 10 y.o. 5" thick flat panel. It is for newer TVs that are lighter.

I think the mount is best for those who want to mount their TV in a corner. Otherwise, a traditional free motion mount with a wall bracket across multiple studs is better.
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Would this be possible to mount outside on my patio with some different hardware from Home Depot?
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I have this...or one very similar from walmart. Mounts easily. Put a 49" on it...seems to be fine. Make sure you get the lag bolts into the studs.
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I've had one of these holding up a monitor above my desk for a while. For the cheap price this is a fantastic mount.
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