Cheetah Mounts APFMSB TV Wall Bracket for 20"-55" (Includes Braided HDMI Cable & Spirit Level) £8.69 (Prime) (£13.44 Non-Prime) Delivered & Sold by SPN Imports and Services LLC and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lifetime Guarantee) - HotUKDeals
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Cheetah Mounts APFMSB TV Wall Bracket for 20"-55" (Includes Braided HDMI Cable & Spirit Level) £8.69 (Prime) (£13.44 Non-Prime) Delivered & Sold by SPN Imports and Services LLC and Fulfilled by Amazon (Lifetime Guarantee)

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I don't know the non prime price so please inform me, anyway i am looking at putting the TV on the wall and have spotted this. The reviews seems great but any of your feedback would be appreciated. … Read More
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I don't know the non prime price so please inform me, anyway i am looking at putting the TV on the wall and have spotted this. The reviews seems great but any of your feedback would be appreciated.

The APFMSB is Cheetah's Ultra low profile mount. With a profile of 1" from the wall, it's perfect for a clean install where the mount is completely hidden and the TV looks as flush as possible, leaving just enough room for cables to fit behind the TV. The purchase also includes a Twisted Veins 10' Braided HDMI Cable and 6" 3-Axis Magnetic Bubble Level.

This mount fits up to VESA 420 x 400 (16.5" horizontal and 15.75" Vertical) hole patterns, great for most TV in the 20-55" range. It installs into 2 studs, holds up to 115 lbs., and is manufactured from 100% high grade steel. The APFMSB also includes an easy lock and unlock system with adjustable height pull tabs.

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oUkTuRkEyIII
Jonnyblock
Splendid. And any tips to make sure your wall plaster is strong enough?
Probably best knocking for a brick wall or Is my wall safe for mounting a TV?

That all sounds a bit tiring for this time of night. Maybe I'll just buy this and store it for four years behind the TV.

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3 Likes #1
I use a cheetah mount. Excellent piece of equipment.
2 Likes #2
fozed78
I use a cheetah mount. Excellent piece of equipment.

Thanks, I was wondering if it was too good to be true. Appreciate the feedback.
1 Like #3
Ordered. Needed both cable and bracket so hopefully can't go wrong. Will feedback when it comes tomorrow
1 Like #4
Cable is great. Mount is great. I got it from an HUKD deal a few years back!
#6
fozed78
Cable is great. Mount is great. I got it from an HUKD deal a few years back!

Thank you, ordered.
1 Like #7
Heat added seems like a good deal...ordered even though I won't be able to mount my bedroom tv as wall is too light
#8
Cheap007
Heat added seems like a good deal...ordered even though I won't be able to mount my bedroom tv as wall is too light

Plasterboard screws?
2 Likes #9
or better still, fit a thin plinth of wood (screwing straight into some vertical joists) then fit this to it.

worked a treat for my 55 incher
1 Like #10
can it be used if the vesa mounts on the tv are less than 400?
1 Like #11
InTheKnow444
can it be used if the vesa mounts on the tv are less than 400?

This mount fits up to VESA 420 x 400 (16.5" horizontal and 15.75" Vertical)

So yes
1 Like #12
How do you know what vesa mount size your TV is?


Edited By: Jonnyblock on Jan 30, 2017 23:02
1 Like #14

Splendid. And any tips to make sure your wall plaster is strong enough?
1 Like #15
Jonnyblock
Splendid. And any tips to make sure your wall plaster is strong enough?

Probably best knocking for a brick wall or Is my wall safe for mounting a TV?
6 Likes #16
oUkTuRkEyIII
Jonnyblock
Splendid. And any tips to make sure your wall plaster is strong enough?
Probably best knocking for a brick wall or Is my wall safe for mounting a TV?

That all sounds a bit tiring for this time of night. Maybe I'll just buy this and store it for four years behind the TV.
#17
fozed78
I use a cheetah mount. Excellent piece of equipment.

I'm assuming it ran fast, huh?. (_;)
#18
InTheKnow444
or better still, fit a thin plinth of wood (screwing straight into some vertical joists) then fit this to it.

worked a treat for my 55 incher


need to do the same, but how do you locate the wooden plinths?
1 Like #19
I used these fitting to mount my bracket to a plasterboard/wall.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rigifix-M6-Anchor-Fixings-Pack/dp/B00D98057I

hope this helps

Edited By: DiscoDave190 on Jan 31, 2017 00:04: text
1 Like #20
i also got this generic feels flimsy mount a few year ago. can confirm they are worth the money. Dont panic when you unpack it and it can flex :p
1 Like #21
I got the full motion one and it's great. Was really easy to install.
1 Like #22
DiscoDave190
I used these fitting to mount my bracket to a plasterboard/wall.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rigifix-M6-Anchor-Fixings-Pack/dp/B00D98057I
hope this helps

You are better off with metal anchor butterfly plasterboard screws ,I have similar from eBay with 8 anchors on hollow board as no studwork in height I wanted .Mount is rock solid holding 49" Philips with ease.
#23
Can someone who bought this please tell me how thick this is from the wall to the front of the bracket please? Don't fully trust the measurements as I just had to return one by another brand. Im using it in a very tight spot
#24
rickj
DiscoDave190
I used these fitting to mount my bracket to a plasterboard/wall.https://www.amazon.co.uk/Rigifix-M6-Anchor-Fixings-Pack/dp/B00D98057I
hope this helps
You are better off with metal anchor butterfly plasterboard screws ,I have similar from eBay with 8 anchors on hollow board as no studwork in height I wanted .Mount is rock solid holding 49" Philips with ease.

Yes, anchors or spring toggles on decent plasterboard.
#25
Only problem I can see with these slim mounts is getting access to cables. I went for one on an arm and can highly recommend it:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01AYBLPNA/
1 Like #26
donslibi
Only problem I can see with these slim mounts is getting access to cables. I went for one on an arm and can highly recommend it:https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01AYBLPNA/[/url]
RRP £230 ... must be the one NASA used to use on the shuttle

Edited By: mcek on Jan 31, 2017 06:59
#27
i am not kidding when i say i just bought this for my company for just under £30 - its well worth that so under a tenner is just a steal... bugga!
#28
Do you think these wall mounts would be suitable for an LG OLED B6 55" TV:

Vesa
Vesa Size 300x200
1 Like #29
yes, so long it is securely mounted
#30
InTheKnow444
Cheap007
Heat added seems like a good deal...ordered even though I won't be able to mount my bedroom tv as wall is too light

Plasterboard screws?


I don't know the first things about DIY X) all I know is the previous owners of this property added in a paper thin wall to divide the rooms
#31
Would this mount be any good for LG 55UH605V 55 inch ona brick wall?
#32
I have a Samsung 55 inch TV, do you know if this bracket is ok for 55 inch Samsung TVs?
#33
I've had a Cheetah mount previously... Quality was brilliant actually. Tempted to buy this for any future sets I purchase!
#34
I have the cheetah mount with the arm on it with a 42 inch Panasonic plasma hung on it. TV weighs a tonne and this thing is rock solid.
#35
#36
ghunj
I have a Samsung 55 inch TV, do you know if this bracket is ok for 55 inch Samsung TVs?

I have a 55 incher but its an LED so quite a lot lighter than the max weight here
#37
MungoSplodge
ghunj
I have a Samsung 55 inch TV, do you know if this bracket is ok for 55 inch Samsung TVs?
I have a 55 incher but its an LED so quite a lot lighter than the max weight here

I also have an LED 55 inch, I just wasn't sure if the holes will line up with the bracket.
#38
Loads of this type on eBay for similar money minus cable .As for will it fit my TV you will have to measure the square on the back of TV ,4 mounting screws hold the bracket to TV ,that's the vesa size ,a lot are universal so will fit from 100mm to 400mm.ultimately the fitting of the bracket to the wall is the important aspect ,Even a plasterboard wall will hold a 55" led TV using the correct fixtures and plenty of anchors .plasmas are a different ball game as weight is a lot greater.
1 Like #39
Thanks op, had reserved 2 brackets from Argos for hubby to collect today but these are a fraction of the price of the others & by the reviews are far better quality
#40
Pretty sure i have this TV (http://www.hdtvtest.co.uk/news/sony-kdl42w653-201308113237.htm) and have been too lazy to get it on the wall as my old wall mount wasnt compatible.

Anyone able to give a quick yes or no if this is compatible? Am at work and can check properly in a couple of hours but dont want to miss out if its a bargain.

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