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Flat to Wall 23 Inch TV Wall Bracket was £12.99 now £2.49 @ Argos

£2.49 @ Argos
We can install your new TV bracket, order using cat number 5270835. Flat-to-wall bracket. Maximum TV weight 15kg. 50mm, 75mm, 100mm . Silver finish. Self-assembly. Wall fixings not included. … Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
We can install your new TV bracket, order using cat number 5270835.

Flat-to-wall bracket.
Maximum TV weight 15kg.
50mm, 75mm, 100mm .
Silver finish.
Self-assembly.
Wall fixings not included.
Size H124, W152, D16cm.
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Same price on eBay delivered
1 Like #2
good find op, heat added
1 Like #3
Since 32" now weigh 5KG it would be good to see these flat brackets supporting 200mm x 200mm VESA that the bigger TVs use.
#4
Have one of these, they are too close to the wall. Leaves no room for cables what so ever. Really impractical to hang also as you need to try and plug all the cables in with one hand whilst clipping it. Might be OK if you don't mind cables down the wall but mine are all hidden from behind the TV.

I ended up spacing it out from wall as the bending radius on some of the cables was too small.

Also this will do any TV less than 15kg providing it has VESA size 50, 75 or 100. I used it for a 24" smart TV in the kitchen as it was on 75mm PCD and only 6kg.

Good deal though if it fits your installation! Hot from me.

Edited By: OrribleHarry on Jun 12, 2016 10:45
#5
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
1 Like #6
Cheers OP.
Looks just the thing for my needs.
#7
neroneuk
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
There is potential to use it for other purposes.
The only boundary is imagination.
#8
barginfan
neroneuk
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
There is potential to use it for other purposes.
The only boundary is imagination.
would definitely not use it for a monitor or tv, there is better than that for few pound more. Can see how practical this could be but cannot figure out yet, surely I am still associating it about hanging things, but what exactly??


Edited By: neroneuk on Jun 12, 2016 12:06
#9
neroneuk
barginfan
neroneuk
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
There is potential to use it for other purposes.
The only boundary is imagination.
would definitely not use it for a monitor or tv(there is better than that for few pound more). Can see how practical this could be but cannot figure out yet, surely I am still associating it about hanging thing but what exactly??

I recently made a large, heavy wooden sign to hang on a wall.
I wanted the fixing to be invisible, but easy to remove. This would have been ideal, but at the time I opted to make my own from recycled bits.
Maybe it's just me that's odd :D
#10
I use these to hang my iMac (it's under the weight limit even though it's metal and 27") and monitor next to each other - I didn't want movement and I wanted them close to the wall.

They were fine - only issue is that there's not much room for adjustment, so make sure you get them straight on the wall!
#11
I've got one of these fit the bedroom TV. It's perfect as long as you can have the cables coming out of the wall to match the exact location on the TV.
And if course once fitted there is no adjustment so need to level it properly first time.
#12
barginfan
neroneuk
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
There is potential to use it for other purposes.
The only boundary is imagination.

I'm looking to hang my Lego UCS Star Wars Millennium Falcon on the wall with something like this - it will save a fair bit of room in my man cave.
#13
monkeyhanger75
barginfan
neroneuk
very cheap and can see potential in this kind of bracket but cannot figure out what it could be used for apart from the original use it is been build for originally. Any ideas ?? hot anyway
There is potential to use it for other purposes.
The only boundary is imagination.
I'm looking to hang my Lego UCS Star Wars Millennium Falcon on the wall with something like this - it will save a fair bit of room in my man cave.

At this price it's worth a try.
If you need to adapt it and it still doesn't work, you're not losing much money.

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