Duronic PLB2820 Cantilever 15" 17" 19" 20" 22" 24" LCD Monitor TV Arm Bracket Wall Mount with Swivel and Tilt £9.99 delivered @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Satin Black Painted Finish ~ Low Profile, slimline design
your TV must have VESA 50mm, 75mm and 100mm Mounting hole patters (any combination with the lengths 50,75,100mm)
Supports screens up to 24" and 15 kgs in weight*
Faceplate swivels up to 180 degrees, tilts up to 70 degrees
Folds flat to 6cm, Extends up to 28cm ~ Instructions and mounting pack supplied
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#1
Ordered, thanks. :)
#2
like one of the amazon reviewers said, flimsy joints, lots of play in them, hang your expensive telly at your own peril, plenty stronger models out there for not much more money.
#3
i got one of these and its really good.. only got a 19" on it but as long as you tighten the joints its very sturdy.
suspended#4
any decent and reasonable ones for a 32" lcd Tv?
#5
I had a 24" dell monitor hanging off the end of one of these a few years back. As bronski said, the joints are a little giving and my monitor would sit a little twisted. I guess it would be better for a smaller screen though.....
#6
Got one, quility not great as it's in a little loose on the joints, but an absolute bargain. Very flexible! Great deal!
#7
when it says 'swivel' does it mean i can change the orientation of my screen to portrait?
but i guess even if so you'd have to set it at a decent enough height to clear the desk which would look silly in landscape...
my search continues...

Edited By: Ignorant Pom on Dec 16, 2010 21:50: yes
#8
Can get the same thing in B&M Bargains for £9.99 aswell.
#9
Can I use this on a iMac 24 inch?
3 Likes #10
Looked at this a couple of weeks ago but based on reviews went for this instead and its solid as a rock



Edited By: dps5pt on Dec 16, 2010 23:03
#11
would it be possible to instal a tv on here so that i could use the mount vertically instead of a horizontal joint?
#12
I got this earlier in the year when it was slightly cheaper, seems sturdy enough for my 19". Plenty of moment and a good extension.
#13
Thanks dps5pt. That's the one for me. Much neater look as well. Cheers.

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