• Mount It! Articulating Tv Wall Mount Low Profile Full Motion Design For 42 70 Inch Screen Lcd Led 4 K
Mount It! Articulating Tv Wall Mount Low Profile Full Motion Design For 42 70 Inch Screen Lcd Led 4 K

Mount It! Articulating Tv Wall Mount Low Profile Full Motion Design For 42 70 Inch Screen Lcd Led 4 K

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  • HEAVY-DUTY STEEL CONSTRUCTION - This Universal TV Wall Mounting Bracket by Mount-It is constructed with reinforced steel via advanced welding technology for long-lasting durability with a professional look. This TV Wall Mount has a load capacity of up to 175 lbs.
  • SLEEK DESIGN - The steel framing of this wall mounting bracket is powder-coated, so it will enhance the look of any living room, kitchen, or bedroom. The Mount-It! Universal TV Wall Mounting Bracket offers a sleek, professional design that's perfect for living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens, schools, hospitals, hotel lobbies, and offices. An open plate design ensures easy access for cables at the back of the TV.
  • VERSATILE TV MOUNT - This TV Wall Mount is designed to fit most types of televisions available on the market. It is perfect for your LCD, Plasma, or even LED TVs. This Universal TV Wall Mount is compatible with Samsung, Sony, LG, Sharp, Insignia, Vizio, Haier, Toshiba, Element, TCL, Westinghouse, and other brands with 42- to 70-inch TVs.
  • FULL MOTION SYSTEM - Tilt, swivel, articulate, extend, or collapse your television set with this Universal TV Wall Mounting Bracket. It has a full motion capability that is ideal for installation in a corner, over a fireplace, in the living room, or on any wall with up to 16" studs. The TV stays as close as 2.9" from the wall or can extend up to 24.5 inches. It can also swivel 90 degrees from left to right or vice-versa to give you that perfect viewing angle.
  • EASY TO INSTALL - This living room furniture set is easy to install. It comes with easy-to-follow instructions and all of the hardware needed for assembly. Should you have any concerns, our friendly customer support team will be happy to help you.

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You get what you pay for! This item looks very nice in the pictures, but after receiving it and looking it over I could clearly tell that it is less than impressive. After installing it and mounting my 40" plasma TV on it the previous opinion of "less than impressive " quickly went to completely unimpressed and removed and reordered a better mount. For starters this is just a metal frame with cheap plastic that covers it to make it look heady duty. It would be ok for TVs up to 32" if it is a very light weight TV. Anything larger than that or if it is a heavy TV, it will not impress. My worry is not that it will pull out from the wall, but that the metal will bend or break from the weight of the TV. I followed the manufacturer's instructions and I am under the minimum TV size rating. Over all this is a very cheap product and would only be good for mounting a small lightweight TV 32" or smaller. 2Everything seems to be nicely secure. I found the instructions that came with ... I've used the Mount-It! MI-484C Articulating Corner Mount for TV Premium Swivel Full Motion Wall Bracket for 37-63 inch Screen LCD OLED Plasma 4K Flat Panel Screens VESA up to 800x400, 132 lb Capacity, Black to mount our 2017 Sony 65 inch, 50lb TV in the corner of our room.This works well with about 6 inches of clearance either side of the TV with both arms of the mount at near full extension allowing for both left / right lateral movement and tilt.- For a standard installation to the wall I'm guessing there would only be an inch of so of clearance.A couple of bolts at the left and right of the central pivot were tightened once the mount was leveled using the built in level to retard any left / right rotation. After hanging the TV onto the mount and centering it, only very slight adjustment was necessary using an external level across the top of the TV.Everything seems to be nicely secure.I found the instructions that came with the mount are adequate, but for my older eyes difficult to read given the tiny printing used in places.Our Installation:As we weren't sure whether there would be sufficient space for a 65" TV, we elected to install some 10x2 to the walls that was lag bolted into studs. The mount was then installed onto these 10x2's using the 6 supplied lag bolts / washers.My original thought for this was that it would position the TV a little further out just in case the 65 inch TV would not fit when mounting to the wall, and more importantly that the mount would be in a more secure position given that an AC duct is behind one of the walls. 5Good mount. Check your TV mount holes first for larger TV's Mount is strong and I feel confident holding my Samsung 55" LED. I owned a wall mount for this TV already, but because I was moving the TV into a corner I wanted a different style with more stability as it was going in my game room. My biggest complaint about this mount is that it I had to use the outermost holes. I didn't like this because once I hang the bracket I wasn't going to be able to adjust the TV up or down. What I did was make a template out of cardboard (pictured). you can see from the template that the bracket is at its most outer holes for my TV. This means no up/down adjustment. The add say holds up to a 63", but I wouldn't buy this for over a 55" unless you measure your mounting hole ahead of time. I attached some pictures you can see what it looks like when mounted in a corner and what the TV looks like when done. Bracket is made well with good quality material. I like the tilt feature. This allowed me to mount the TV a little higher and angle down. As with most wall mounts, do not use the wall hardware or anchors. Go get more durable mounting hardware. Hope this helps. 4Great trick for the tv These hinges are tight right now, messed with it on the floor first. I like the way the tv moves and the tilt locks. I've got two screws on each side in the studs, the other two just in the 1/2 X 8" tounge in groove pine. Why six screws included instead of eight?? Not a problem for one guy to do this job! Our tv screen is firmly three feet up in the air now. 5Overall, it's great! I could easily be that person who takes a star off for a tiny reason, but I won't. After going into bestbuy to look for corner units, and being told "good luck finding that" by the sales guy; I found this gem. First and foremost it's a solid piece of equipment, it is holding my 55" screen no problem. One piece of advice first, measure your tv for the corner and how much it will stick out. Second look for your studs, anyone who tries to use the drywall mounts is a brave soul. Lastly, go buy better lag bolts. The hardware they send is decent for attaching your tv, but the lag bolts for the studs are lack luster. Either way this mount has saved my living space and allowed me to get the set up I need. It's truly a great product. 5Best Corner Mount You Can Find I felt the need to add a five star review to counteract the handful of bad reviews on this product.I will list the two negatives first:1. I will admit that the instructions are not what an average use needs, so find the other review that gave more detailed instructions if you're confused!2. Only having 6 wall mount screws is ridiculous. Will 6 hold it if properly installed and used within the weight and size restrictions? Absolutely. Do only having 6 wall mount screws when you could easily have 8 or 12 instill confidence in the average user? Absolutely not. Add a few extra screws for peace of mind!Other than that, I love this thing. The mount articulates very well from side to side, the included level is great, and the entire thing just feels sturdy. I mounted a ~7 year old 42" plasma (heavier than your average modern 55" OLED) and I didn't notice any bending in any part of the mount. It is also awesome that it comes completely assembled so all you had to do is install the TV rails and screw the mount into the wall! I will try to update this once I get a 55" TV on it in the next few months. If you don't see an update, assume that it still hasn't fallen off the wall! 5Rock Solid! It took some planning and measuring and the use of a stud finder was very helpful. Mine came with instructions only for concrete/brick walls. If you're application is into regular study/drywall rooms then here's your guide:Step 1: use stud finder to find edges of studs and mark them.Step 2: measure for desired height of tv/mount and mark holes for lag screws (6 inches apart (center to center) top to bottom)Step 3: mark holes for third (and/or 4th) screws on each arm of mount. note these will not go into a stud...read on:Step 4: use toggle anchors or I recommend using Cobra Driller Toggle drywall anchors for securing extra bolts in drywall applicationsStep 5: drill pilot holes for lag screws and anchorsStep 6: screw in anchorsStep 7: have someone hold up the mount while you screw in two of the stud side lag screws on one of the mount arms (helper dismissed till step 12)Step 8: screw in lag screws for other mount armStep 9: screw in bolts for anchorsStep 10: use built in level to adjust level-ness and then tighten the screws securing mount arms to mount surfaceStep 11: bolt mounting brackets to tv - back out the screws that will secure the brackets to the mount from underneath.Step 12: use helper to help hang tv/brackets onto mount (helper dismissed!)Step 13: tighten underside screws to secure brackets to mountStep 14: enjoy / sigh relief!Install certainly takes some measuring and planning but it's worth it. My wife and I have our 55" tv hanging from the wall with this mount so that it is on there rock solid. There is NO CHANCE of the TV falling over if kids are running/jumping around in the living room. (Important especially if you have a wii!) I'm a worry wort and I feel much safer with the tv bolted to both walls of the corner with this rock solid mount. Love it. 5Perfect AROUND corners, too!!! I am very impressed by this television mount. I bought it to mount a TV outside in brick and mortar, and AROUND a corner, instead of how most people use it (in a corner, like inside a room). I couldn't find anyone who had reviewed the product who had mounted it this way, so I wasn't sure it was going to work, but the way the outer-most brackets appeared to hinge in the photos made me believe it would work. Now, I can swivel the TV toward the outside fireplace, or all the way around the other direction toward my smoker.The product is extremely sturdy, made with heavy gauge metal. And as a surprising but absolutely delightful bonus, the pre-drilled holes in the mounting plates were PERFECTLY spaced to fall on mortar joints between standard size brick used on houses. So I was able to drill through mortar only and didn't have to drill through the brick itself, which could have produced open space behind the brick face that wouldn't have secured the anchor bolts nearly as well as solid mortar. I've posted a pick from underneath looking up to give people an idea of how great this product is for this purpose. 5Supports 75 inch television Great Wall bracket. This bracket was able to support my 75 in. LG 4K television. My television weighs 105 pounds. This bracket can support larger televisions than what's stated. As long as your television is below the weight listed on the bracket, you are good to go. Also make sure your television and the bracket have the same wall mount configurations, mine is VESA 600 x 400. I hope this review helps someone. 5Functional but a pain to install. Overall it is what it says that it is, a pull out wall mount for a TV. Installation was relatively easy but putting the TV on was a pain. The instructions expect you to have someone hold the TV up and someone else attach the 4 screws to the back plate which is supposed to be already attached to the arm. I found it easier to attach the back plate to the TV and then hold it up and have someone install the bolt to attach the back plate to the arm instead.The plastic cover is good in theory to help manage the cables but don't expect to put more than 1-2 cables in there because they just won't fit.The other big issue I have with this is that it only has 1 knob to control tilt and rotation. So if you move the TV around much you will likely have to re-level it each time.In short, it does what it is supposed to but not very well. Not something that I would recommend or use in the future. 2
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You get what you pay for! This item looks very nice in the pictures, but after receiving it and looking it over I could clearly tell that it is less than impressive. After installing it and mounting my 40" plasma TV on it the previous opinion of "less than impressive " quickly went to completely unimpressed and removed and reordered a better mount. For starters this is just a metal frame with cheap plastic that covers it to make it look heady duty. It would be ok for TVs up to 32" if it is a very light weight TV. Anything larger than that or if it is a heavy TV, it will not impress. My worry is not that it will pull out from the wall, but that the metal will bend or break from the weight of the TV. I followed the manufacturer's instructions and I am under the minimum TV size rating. Over all this is a very cheap product and would only be good for mounting a small lightweight TV 32" or smaller. 2Everything seems to be nicely secure. I found the instructions that came with ... I've used the Mount-It! MI-484C Articulating Corner Mount for TV Premium Swivel Full Motion Wall Bracket for 37-63 inch Screen LCD OLED Plasma 4K Flat Panel Screens VESA up to 800x400, 132 lb Capacity, Black to mount our 2017 Sony 65 inch, 50lb TV in the corner of our room.This works well with about 6 inches of clearance either side of the TV with both arms of the mount at near full extension allowing for both left / right lateral movement and tilt.- For a standard installation to the wall I'm guessing there would only be an inch of so of clearance.A couple of bolts at the left and right of the central pivot were tightened once the mount was leveled using the built in level to retard any left / right rotation. After hanging the TV onto the mount and centering it, only very slight adjustment was necessary using an external level across the top of the TV.Everything seems to be nicely secure.I found the instructions that came with the mount are adequate, but for my older eyes difficult to read given the tiny printing used in places.Our Installation:As we weren't sure whether there would be sufficient space for a 65" TV, we elected to install some 10x2 to the walls that was lag bolted into studs. The mount was then installed onto these 10x2's using the 6 supplied lag bolts / washers.My original thought for this was that it would position the TV a little further out just in case the 65 inch TV would not fit when mounting to the wall, and more importantly that the mount would be in a more secure position given that an AC duct is behind one of the walls. 5Good mount. Check your TV mount holes first for larger TV's Mount is strong and I feel confident holding my Samsung 55" LED. I owned a wall mount for this TV already, but because I was moving the TV into a corner I wanted a different style with more stability as it was going in my game room. My biggest complaint about this mount is that it I had to use the outermost holes. I didn't like this because once I hang the bracket I wasn't going to be able to adjust the TV up or down. What I did was make a template out of cardboard (pictured). you can see from the template that the bracket is at its most outer holes for my TV. This means no up/down adjustment. The add say holds up to a 63", but I wouldn't buy this for over a 55" unless you measure your mounting hole ahead of time. I attached some pictures you can see what it looks like when mounted in a corner and what the TV looks like when done. Bracket is made well with good quality material. I like the tilt feature. This allowed me to mount the TV a little higher and angle down. As with most wall mounts, do not use the wall hardware or anchors. Go get more durable mounting hardware. Hope this helps. 4Great trick for the tv These hinges are tight right now, messed with it on the floor first. I like the way the tv moves and the tilt locks. I've got two screws on each side in the studs, the other two just in the 1/2 X 8" tounge in groove pine. Why six screws included instead of eight?? Not a problem for one guy to do this job! Our tv screen is firmly three feet up in the air now. 5Overall, it's great! I could easily be that person who takes a star off for a tiny reason, but I won't. After going into bestbuy to look for corner units, and being told "good luck finding that" by the sales guy; I found this gem. First and foremost it's a solid piece of equipment, it is holding my 55" screen no problem. One piece of advice first, measure your tv for the corner and how much it will stick out. Second look for your studs, anyone who tries to use the drywall mounts is a brave soul. Lastly, go buy better lag bolts. The hardware they send is decent for attaching your tv, but the lag bolts for the studs are lack luster. Either way this mount has saved my living space and allowed me to get the set up I need. It's truly a great product. 5Best Corner Mount You Can Find I felt the need to add a five star review to counteract the handful of bad reviews on this product.I will list the two negatives first:1. I will admit that the instructions are not what an average use needs, so find the other review that gave more detailed instructions if you're confused!2. Only having 6 wall mount screws is ridiculous. Will 6 hold it if properly installed and used within the weight and size restrictions? Absolutely. Do only having 6 wall mount screws when you could easily have 8 or 12 instill confidence in the average user? Absolutely not. Add a few extra screws for peace of mind!Other than that, I love this thing. The mount articulates very well from side to side, the included level is great, and the entire thing just feels sturdy. I mounted a ~7 year old 42" plasma (heavier than your average modern 55" OLED) and I didn't notice any bending in any part of the mount. It is also awesome that it comes completely assembled so all you had to do is install the TV rails and screw the mount into the wall! I will try to update this once I get a 55" TV on it in the next few months. If you don't see an update, assume that it still hasn't fallen off the wall! 5Rock Solid! It took some planning and measuring and the use of a stud finder was very helpful. Mine came with instructions only for concrete/brick walls. If you're application is into regular study/drywall rooms then here's your guide:Step 1: use stud finder to find edges of studs and mark them.Step 2: measure for desired height of tv/mount and mark holes for lag screws (6 inches apart (center to center) top to bottom)Step 3: mark holes for third (and/or 4th) screws on each arm of mount. note these will not go into a stud...read on:Step 4: use toggle anchors or I recommend using Cobra Driller Toggle drywall anchors for securing extra bolts in drywall applicationsStep 5: drill pilot holes for lag screws and anchorsStep 6: screw in anchorsStep 7: have someone hold up the mount while you screw in two of the stud side lag screws on one of the mount arms (helper dismissed till step 12)Step 8: screw in lag screws for other mount armStep 9: screw in bolts for anchorsStep 10: use built in level to adjust level-ness and then tighten the screws securing mount arms to mount surfaceStep 11: bolt mounting brackets to tv - back out the screws that will secure the brackets to the mount from underneath.Step 12: use helper to help hang tv/brackets onto mount (helper dismissed!)Step 13: tighten underside screws to secure brackets to mountStep 14: enjoy / sigh relief!Install certainly takes some measuring and planning but it's worth it. My wife and I have our 55" tv hanging from the wall with this mount so that it is on there rock solid. There is NO CHANCE of the TV falling over if kids are running/jumping around in the living room. (Important especially if you have a wii!) I'm a worry wort and I feel much safer with the tv bolted to both walls of the corner with this rock solid mount. Love it. 5Perfect AROUND corners, too!!! I am very impressed by this television mount. I bought it to mount a TV outside in brick and mortar, and AROUND a corner, instead of how most people use it (in a corner, like inside a room). I couldn't find anyone who had reviewed the product who had mounted it this way, so I wasn't sure it was going to work, but the way the outer-most brackets appeared to hinge in the photos made me believe it would work. Now, I can swivel the TV toward the outside fireplace, or all the way around the other direction toward my smoker.The product is extremely sturdy, made with heavy gauge metal. And as a surprising but absolutely delightful bonus, the pre-drilled holes in the mounting plates were PERFECTLY spaced to fall on mortar joints between standard size brick used on houses. So I was able to drill through mortar only and didn't have to drill through the brick itself, which could have produced open space behind the brick face that wouldn't have secured the anchor bolts nearly as well as solid mortar. I've posted a pick from underneath looking up to give people an idea of how great this product is for this purpose. 5Supports 75 inch television Great Wall bracket. This bracket was able to support my 75 in. LG 4K television. My television weighs 105 pounds. This bracket can support larger televisions than what's stated. As long as your television is below the weight listed on the bracket, you are good to go. Also make sure your television and the bracket have the same wall mount configurations, mine is VESA 600 x 400. I hope this review helps someone. 5Functional but a pain to install. Overall it is what it says that it is, a pull out wall mount for a TV. Installation was relatively easy but putting the TV on was a pain. The instructions expect you to have someone hold the TV up and someone else attach the 4 screws to the back plate which is supposed to be already attached to the arm. I found it easier to attach the back plate to the TV and then hold it up and have someone install the bolt to attach the back plate to the arm instead.The plastic cover is good in theory to help manage the cables but don't expect to put more than 1-2 cables in there because they just won't fit.The other big issue I have with this is that it only has 1 knob to control tilt and rotation. So if you move the TV around much you will likely have to re-level it each time.In short, it does what it is supposed to but not very well. Not something that I would recommend or use in the future. 2
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