32" LCD bracket with tilt ( fits upto 32" ) £6.99 instore @ sainburys - HotUKDeals
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#1
Stated deal for Morrisons - link is to Sainsbury's?
#2
Suspect that it is this one that is at woolworths for £20...Looks a bit Yukky.....

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/12/79/38/12793825.jpg
#3
I saw in advertised in Sainsburys at this price but none in stock. Not surprising considering how cheap it is.
#4
Loads in stock at mansfield
#5
blimey, my tv is held up by four heavy duty bolts....two would make me worry....I only paid about £20 for a heavy duty version with fixings...cheap, but would you trust your £500+ lcd to this? Warm vote for price.
#6
Agent_Silver
blimey, my tv is held up by four heavy duty bolts....two would make me worry....I only paid about £20 for a heavy duty version with fixings...cheap, but would you trust your £500+ lcd to this? Warm vote for price.


agreed, but try this- put one bolt into the wall and stand on it (somehow). you'll find that one bolt will easily take your weight and an average male (78kg) weighs around 3 times as much as a tv. :thumbsup:
#7
Agent_Silver
blimey, my tv is held up by four heavy duty bolts....two would make me worry....I only paid about £20 for a heavy duty version with fixings...cheap, but would you trust your £500+ lcd to this? Warm vote for price.


Its not the one in the picture its held up by four fixings........
#8
kpmatthews
agreed, but try this- put one bolt into the wall and stand on it (somehow). you'll find that one bolt will easily take your weight and an average male (78kg) weighs around 3 times as much as a tv. :thumbsup:


The issue could be the tilt, adding a pull out and away from the wall, where as downward force is one thing, the tilt adds a whole new dimension to the forces involved
#9
kpmatthews;1490488
agreed, but try this- put one bolt into the wall and stand on it (somehow). you'll find that one bolt will easily take your weight and an average male (78kg) weighs around 3 times as much as a tv. :thumbsup:

er, on a stud wall? id like to see that...the whole idea of the bracket is to spread the load...cant see much evidence of that with this bracket...id personally buy a decent bracket.....you dont have to spend a fortune
my plasma is mounted on a £150 fixed bracket.. overkill/overpriced maybe but i think most times you get what you pay, but it was perfectly made and not made out tinfoil that some of the cheap ones i looked at seemed to be made....i also feel there is less chance of it falling down than risking it with a cheap bracket....plus i am assured that the bracket held up with 4 x large bolts will support my 12st weight without any problem whatsoever

a tilting bracket is about as pointless as a chocolate kettle...what is the point of the tilt...other than grief later on when the LCD doesnt stay up as the tilt part has given up...the tilt part also means it will be further away from the wall than a fixed bracket....you can view most decent flat screens from most angles
#10
mx-3
Its not the one in the picture its held up by four fixings........


so why put the wrong picture up :roll:
#11
pedroman
Suspect that it is this one that is at woolworths for £20...Looks a bit Yukky.....

http://www.woolworths.co.uk//product_images/12/79/38/12793825.jpg


You are not actually gonna see it.......... so does it matter if it is "yukky"
#12
mikeyw
so why put the wrong picture up :roll:


he didn't someone else did:roll::roll:
#13
Also make sure it fits your TV as not all makes are standard VESA. including big names like Panasonic for one.
#14
I cannot understand why people pay so much for wall brackets/mounts most do the same job ie hold your tv up on the wall. I remember when lcd was first out people was paying £250+ for wall mounts some still do now its just crazy its like you go into curry etc and they try to sell you the Panasonic bracket just because you have the Panasonic tv and this costs over £200 the worst bit about this is they tell you that you need the official one blarblar.

BTW cheap price :thumbsup:
#15
I am shocked that this will support a 32". I had one of these (£20 from argos) and a broken LCD screen which I connected to the bracket to see if it could take the weight. It bucked and came flying out of the wall.
Maybe these are re-inforced, but if you do use it to hold up a 32incher I would stand back ready to catch it. Mine came crashing down within about 10 secs. Also the tilt function fails because of the weight, so the tv is constantly tilted as far down as it will go because of the enormous weight of a 32" set.
#16
I would not use this mount for any bigger than a 19in screen and that's pushing it as the above poster said it will fail to hold it properly. I always go for a ebay special myself you can tell the good ones as most are the same make/model that are sold on the web for 3 times as much i found b-tec mounts to be good.

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