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Flat or Tilt LCD Wall bracket (fits up to 32") 10.00 @ Asda

£10.00 @ Asda
Found this bargain LCD wall mount at Asda today for a tenner! Spec: Compatible up to VESA 200 x 200 4 tilt positions Easy to mount Max Weight 30kg All fixings included Read More
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7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
Found this bargain LCD wall mount at Asda today for a tenner!

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Compatible up to VESA 200 x 200
4 tilt positions
Easy to mount
Max Weight 30kg
All fixings included
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#1
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#2
Cheap, but I wouldn't trust my 32" TV on that! Probably more suitable for a computer screen.
#3
haha j400uk u just put me right off it!
#4
J400uk;7902235
Cheap, but I wouldn't trust my 32" TV on that! Probably more suitable for a computer screen.


Your 32" TV could not break or bend the metal in this, the success of a bracket, cheap or otherwise is in your wall fixing skills, I got a few of these from Asda a week ago and used them in a pub, I hung off them to test them!
#5
Bought this a few weeks ago and is fine, basic but fine.

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#6
same here using it for a year now and all fine with 32" tv...
#7
This is the sort of bracket you would want for a 32" IMO:
http://www.binbin.net/photos/iconic/ico/iconic-ukplb1-lcd-wall-bracket-above-32in-tv.jpg

Anyway this is all going a bit off-topic. The OP has posted a good deal for a tilt VESA stand, but I don't think its quite suitable for a 32".
#8
Surely if it's advertised up to 32" then it has to be, otherwise if the bracket gives way, you have recourse with the manufacturer....
#9
I think you need to use your common sense.

Obviously you don't attached this to your plaster board wall as it would pull it straight off with a 32 " TV. I have something similar (cost £9.99 from Tesco) and it is fine for my 19" TV in the kitchen. I would not put my 32" TV on it although I suppose it would be ok if I was drilling into brick.
#10
I brought one of these last year when they were going for this price.

The wall bracket is very easy to use and install and has done the job for my 32 inch lcd tv for the last year.

it is as good as any of the highly priced brackets.:-D hot from me
#11
andimccann
Your 32" TV could not break or bend the metal in this, the success of a bracket, cheap or otherwise is in your wall fixing skills, I got a few of these from Asda a week ago and used them in a pub, I hung off them to test them!


Do you weigh less than 30kg? :w00t:
#12
..please check the made hot wallplug fixings thread, it's good sense as wall coverings & fixings differ vastly, plenty of people are injured by sticking tvs up on walls nowadays through (presumably) not using the appropriate fixings for the job, & several kids killed as a result.

theres some good info on the thread, but i'm to dumb to link it! ;-)
#13
Its all about the bolts and the wall its going into!

Like a previous poster said this will be fine, but I wouldn't use the screws out of the box.

My 37 is on the "suggested" style bracket for larger TV's, I LMAO at the screws that came with it!

Big ole 4" anchor bolts, were each one is capable of a ton, I used 6 lol, then used my 17stone self to do a few pull ups on them, not a movement or sound.

I have more or less the same style upstairs on a 19", used some slightly larger screws, but not anchor, and that been there for 2-3 years with no hiccups!

Ive seen far to many videos on the tube of LCDS/Plasmas falling to trust standard screws.

Great Find!
#14
MattyPlant
Its all about the bolts and the wall its going into!

Like a previous poster said this will be fine, but I wouldn't use the screws out of the box.

My 37 is on the "suggested" style bracket for larger TV's, I LMAO at the screws that came with it!

Big ole 4" anchor bolts, were each one is capable of a ton, I used 6 lol, then used my [B][/17stone self to do a few pull ups on themB], not a movement or sound.

I have more or less the same style upstairs on a 19", used some slightly larger screws, but not anchor, and that been there for 2-3 years with no hiccups!

Ive seen far to many videos on the tube of LCDS/Plasmas falling to trust standard screws.

Great Find!


Are you sure you can still do "Pull-ups" :whistling:
#15
I think we all want to go over the top with our tv brackets, myself included.
Think how heavy a radiator is, the last time i took one of the wall its brackets were simple 1.6mm steel angles pinned to the wall with bog standard rawl plugs and screws, 2 in each angle.
In comparison my 40" TV was on a heavy duty bracket with 8 or 10 100mm frame fixings.
Bit of an overkill in hind site as the radiator weighed 2 or 3 times the weight of the TV.
#16
bigair2002
I think we all want to go over the top with our tv brackets, myself included.
Think how heavy a radiator is, the last time i took one of the wall its brackets were simple 1.6mm steel angles pinned to the wall with bog standard rawl plugs and screws, 2 in each angle.
In comparison my 40" TV was on a heavy duty bracket with 8 or 10 100mm frame fixings.
Bit of an overkill in hind site as the radiator weighed 2 or 3 times the weight of the TV.


Are both stationary or does the tv tilt / swivel / come out a way? ..as tv's tend to be mounted higher & are prone to "interference by movement" compared to a rad which won't move for 50 years (probably) ..incidentally the rad may have just been "whacked" up there by a time pushed housebuilder, not necessarily correctly seated.
#17
bigair2002
I think we all want to go over the top with our tv brackets, myself included.
Think how heavy a radiator is, the last time i took one of the wall its brackets were simple 1.6mm steel angles pinned to the wall with bog standard rawl plugs and screws, 2 in each angle.
In comparison my 40" TV was on a heavy duty bracket with 8 or 10 100mm frame fixings.
Bit of an overkill in hind site as the radiator weighed 2 or 3 times the weight of the TV.


Also the brackets on a radiator are further apart on the wall and spreading the weight whereas with this bracket they will be closer together.
#18
forgot to mention mine is on a plasterboard hollow wall :O as others say its about the screws/plugs, the ones i used required a gun :P
#19
If it helps, these are actually manufactured by Troy
#20
Can someone update the title

[COLOR="Red"]Only £7 online from Asda direct - Collect in store option.[/COLOR]

http://direct.asda.com/Flat-+-Tilt-LCD-Wall-Mount/000588424,default,pd.html
#21
id post it as a new deal mate :)
#22
Some people don't have a clue how to use the correct fixings. I used this in my daughters bedroom on a plasterboard wall and its been hanging there for 2 years!! No problems. It's not the product that's useless its the numptys who are hanging it that's the problem. The type that put a rawplug in a plasterboard wall and expect it to hold. It won't!! So my advice is if you don't know what your doing leave it and get someone in who does!!

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