Duronic PLB103M-K Black Universal 32"-55" LCD/Plasma/LED/3D TV Wall Mount Bracket Tilt with [[ SECURITY LOCKING BAR ]] + FREE TV Screen Cleaner Kit worth £9.99 - £23.61 @ Amazon Sold By Duronic - HotUKDeals
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Found this at Amazon today, and thought it was a great deal. The RRP for this is £119.99, so we're saving about 95 quid here with the item delivered.

I saw some others (including one that was posted today) but this one seem better and more reliable.

Also, it's got great reviews.
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#1
see the Habitat range at Amazon as well.. Cheaper.
#2
£119.99 RRP ..... LOL!!!

Find me someone crazy enough to pay that sort of price for a TV mounting bracket and I'll give them a free map to the nearest insane asylum!

It's a reasonable price but the original RRP is pie in the sky stuff ......
#3
I'd be wary about ordering from Duronic.

I bought this bracket from them last month. However, when it turned up it was much too heavy and bulky so I decided to send it back.

This is when I found out that they say items have to be returned to them within 7 days of the order being placed (rather than Amazon's 30) in order to be eligible for a refund. So I had to send it back via a next-day courier service at my expense.

It then took two weeks and many ignored e-mails before they finally refunded my order.

Not an experience I'd want to repeat.
#4
looks very similar to all my other brackets ive bought from ebay and paid around a tenner for,since seeing the last couple of habitat brackets i feel like ive paid too much for them now,i certainly wouldnt pay over a tenner for something thats only worth about that...cold from me
#5
sancheez
£119.99 RRP ..... LOL!!!

Find me someone crazy enough to pay that sort of price for a TV mounting bracket and I'll give them a free map to the nearest insane asylum!

It's a reasonable price but the original RRP is pie in the sky stuff ......


You'd be surprised. The prices of wall mounting brackets in Comet / Currys etc. are astronomical. E.g. this Omnimount. And that's not even the most expensive one.
#6
I know.

Even the likes of B&Q charge an arm and a leg for them.

Wall brackets and memory cards seem to be two of the things with the biggest price differential between online and the high street. No idea why???

Edited By: sancheez on May 09, 2011 12:31
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Mattytc
I'd be wary about ordering from Duronic.

I bought [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003VROU0A]this bracket[/url] from them last month. However, when it turned up it was much too heavy and bulky so I decided to send it back.

This is when I found out that they say items have to be returned to them within 7 days of the order being placed (rather than Amazon's 30) in order to be eligible for a refund. So I had to send it back via a next-day courier service at my expense.

It then took two weeks and many ignored e-mails before they finally refunded my order.

Not an experience I'd want to repeat.

you should have sent it back under the distance sellers act. this supersedes any stupid policies that companies put in place, many of them illegal
#8
Deedie
Mattytc
I'd be wary about ordering from Duronic.

I bought [url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2Fgp%2Fproduct%2FB003VROU0A]this bracket[/url] from them last month. However, when it turned up it was much too heavy and bulky so I decided to send it back.

This is when I found out that they say items have to be returned to them within 7 days of the order being placed (rather than Amazon's 30) in order to be eligible for a refund. So I had to send it back via a next-day courier service at my expense.

It then took two weeks and many ignored e-mails before they finally refunded my order.

Not an experience I'd want to repeat.


you should have sent it back under the distance sellers act. this supersedes any stupid policies that companies put in place, many of them illegal


I know, lots of companies seem to hope that consumers don't know about this.

I did look into it and a ‘cooling off period’ of seven working days is right apparently. Though it should start on the day after you receive the goods, not when you place the order.

What made it worse though was the lack of information about their returns policy on their seller's page, which is a breach of the distance selling regulations.


Edited By: Mattytc on May 09, 2011 13:11
#9
anyone recommend a good swivel bracket for a 32" lcd?
#10
gchild
anyone recommend a good swivel bracket for a 32" lcd?

I only have a 22" on a swivel bracket so my one would be no use to you.

But I bought my brackets from these guys: http://www.cribideas.com/

Good to deal with and good quality kit.

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