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Hama - LCD/Plasma Wall Bracket Slim £16.62 at Amazon

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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
Just bought one - posted as I think it is good value - 1 left then pre-order!

Designed for plasma or LCD televisions/monitors with a screen size of up to 42"
With 2 movable carrier arms, for devices with threaded holes in a distance of up to approx. 40.0 x 40.0 cm
Also supports the VESA 400x400, 400x200, 200x200, 200x100, 100x100, 75x75 standards
Dimensions of the wall mounting plate: 44.0 x 18.5 cm
Load capacity: up to 50 kg
Flat on the wall (depth: only about 2.5 cm)
With integrated spirit level for easy installation
Colour: black

Don't forget your nectar points too.
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#2
I like the spirit level idea... easy installation!
#3
Will not make installation an easier - will just be the first one installed level!

Have some rep for pic!

Also thanks for the link - didn't want to post mine, as I went through Nectar & hence it could be seen as a referral link.
#4
jnm21
Will not make installation an easier - will just be the first one installed level!

Have some rep for pic!

Also thanks for the link - didn't want to post mine, as I went through Nectar & hence it could be seen as a referral link.


Suppose... nothing will beat a proper spirit level too.
#5
Thanks been lookig for one of these at a good price HOT + REP
#6
Got one of these in silver ages ago. Nothing wrong with the mount but yes, the spirit level is not to be trusted. Way off!
#7
I used this, does the job. Spirit level doesnt really do much, as the 'tweaks' usually need to be made to the bits you put on the back of the tv, not the wall mount..

It is slim and does a good job with my 40"
#8
are you able to adjust the height after its installed?
#9
looks good value!!
#10
wingz
are you able to adjust the height after its installed?


You take the TV off the wall and unscrew the brackets then put the screws in different holes to change the height :)

I need to find one that I can put my 37", 16Kg TV on that only screws in to 1 Stud :?
#11
any chance of a plasterboard wall holding a 40" Sony using one of these brackets!? Or would that equate to a phone call to my home insurance company! :whistling:
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Pricy147
any chance of a plasterboard wall holding a 40" Sony using one of these brackets!? Or would that equate to a phone call to my home insurance company! :whistling:


I wouldn't rely on plasterboard or these alleged 'super-duper' plasterboard fixings.Screw through to the timber studs behind. Can find these with a stud locator or simply tap the wall and listen. If not terribly well built you might even see evidence of the plasterboard nail heads. Studs normally about 600mm centre to centre. If plasterboard is 'dabbed' on to the wall (fixed with dolops of adhesive material) get extra long fixings and screw through to substrate behind.

Both mine (37" LCDs) are fixed through insulated plasterboard with long masonry fixings to blockwork which is about 3 inches (75mm) behind the face of the plasterboard. I used fixings about 150mm long so they get a good 75mm bite into the masonry. (hammer drive type for the builders amongst us). Neither of them have fallen over the last year despite my wee girl 'Jumping for scotland' on the room immediately above. :?
#13
if there is no wood to catch......several fixings into the plasterboard will hold up.

Like ten of them...

Really......the stress involved is shear....in that the forces applied to the wall, are acting in parallel with the surface....

Plasterboard is fairly strong this way...............Even stronger if you drill the hole, slightly to big.......fill it with epoxy curing compound..or chemical metal.....then re-drill the hole to insert the fixing.
#14
k13 wjd


Really......the stress involved is shear....in that the forces applied to the wall, are acting in parallel with the surface....


In the permamenent state I'd agree - but during the installation it's likely that additional forces will be applied - including pull-out. Also, you can fast run out of room of the plasterboard fixings keep 'spinning'.

I agree that it would probably work with a wheen of plasterboard fixings - but I [COLOR="Blue"]personally[/COLOR] wouldn't go down that route. The plasterboard has to be fixed to something - so why not get a solid few fixings into that instead. :w00t:
#15
great price
#16
Bit too slimline for me.
If you need any kind of depth at the back of your telly for scart or power plugs and you are not burying the cables into the wall then do not buy this.

Good deal though and heat added. :)
#17
boozie
Bit too slimline for me.
If you need any kind of depth at the back of your telly for scart or power plugs and you are not burying the cables into the wall then do not buy this.

Good deal though and heat added. :)


If you use the included spacers, (most - at a guess) scart cables fit fine...
#18
Does anyone know if this will fit and/or is practically suitable for a Panasonic th37px80?
#19
Best Lcd, Plasma bracket on the market for the money, I have them throughout the house, just hoooked up a 50 inch pioneer on one, superb bracket, brilliant price, Voted Hot :w00t:
#20
kam1nsk1
Does anyone know if this will fit and/or is practically suitable for a Panasonic th37px80?


Yes, it will fit the Panasonic no problem, it will fit 99% of Lcd's and Plasmas on the market, comes complete with bolts and wall plugs, the bolts are all heavy duty for concrete, so you will need diffirent ones for plasterboard walls.
#21
i know im going to have this problem.....there Is wood behind the board...but just not where i need it.....

However....I'll be screwing a peice of 18mm MDF to the wall, into the studs....and bolting my TV to that.....

There's also an issue of me doing a "floating" board.. 2 inches off the wall......and making a feature of it...ambi light style ! "the wall of a million colours"
#22
If that brackets not what your looking for try this site http://www.tlc-direct.co.uk/Main_Index/Aerials_Index/LCD_Screen_Brackets/index.html looking for a bracket myself at the moment.These also sell allsorts at cheap prices as well
#23
Anyone know if this will be suitable for a older Tevion model (does not use VESA std)? Thanks.
#24
If you are fixing this to plasterboard and have no studs to fix to i.e a dot and dab wall you only really have three options.

1. Chance fixing it to the plasterboard with several plasterboard fixings (not recommended).

2. Drill through to the breeze block/thermalite, resin inject the holes then fix studs into the wall. (Bit messy and expensive)

3. Drill 12mm holes into your breeze block/thermalite, inject a bit of polyester resin into the holes http://www.screwfix.com/prods/31582/Fixings/Injection-Fixing/Injection-Resin-380ml , then screw a few Rigifix drywall anchors http://www.screwfix.com/prods/21510/Fixings/Cavity-Fixings/Rigifix-Drywall-Anchor-M6-Pack-of-4 in there. These fixings are specially designed for fixing things like plasmas into crumbly fixings whilst putting no stress on the plasterboard. I have just used these fixings to mount my new Sony 40" onto a swinging arm that extends out 0.6m. After mounting the arm I tested the fixings by doing pull ups on the arm whilst it was fully extended. I weigh 77kg. The 40" Sony LCD weighs only 18.5kg.:thumbsup:
#25
chaffordred
After mounting the arm I tested the fixings by doing pull ups on the arm whilst it was fully extended. I weigh 77kg. The 40" Sony LCD weighs only 18.5kg.:thumbsup:


It's funny how folks always value their TV's over their own health. :roll:

I [COLOR="Blue"]always[/COLOR] do exactly the same thing - jump up & down on stuff, hang from it etc etc to 'test' before I fit a couple of hundred quids worth of equipment...... In 20-20 vision hindsight - I'd probably rather see a broken tv on the floor than have a broken leg. :w00t: Mind you I suppose correct preparation, selection of solution etc and nothing;'s broken, legs or TV's. :thumbsup:
#26
loha
Anyone know if this will be suitable for a older Tevion model (does not use VESA std)? Thanks.


These things are pretty universal. In the unlikley event that the holes don't match up ( and they might not.. ) - it would not be too difficult to drill additional holes or widen (slot) the existing ones on the bracket's support arms . :thumbsup: I'd be surprised if you had to do that though as usually the bottom holes are slotted.
#27
Stop...HAMA TIME....

:)

Sorry!
#28
need a wall mount for upstairs room on chimny breast, is this suitable and what type of fixings are needed, have no idea??
#29
Went for the next size up for a couple of quid more - I've only got a 42" at the moment, but am certain to upgrade when the bug hits in a couple of months and the 50"er's are getting ever cheaper!
#30
bbbazman
I wouldn't rely on plasterboard or these alleged 'super-duper' plasterboard fixings.Screw through to the timber studs behind. Can find these with a stud locator or simply tap the wall and listen. If not terribly well built you might even see evidence of the plasterboard nail heads. Studs normally about 600mm centre to centre. If plasterboard is 'dabbed' on to the wall (fixed with dolops of adhesive material) get extra long fixings and screw through to substrate behind.

Both mine (37" LCDs) are fixed through insulated plasterboard with long masonry fixings to blockwork which is about 3 inches (75mm) behind the face of the plasterboard. I used fixings about 150mm long so they get a good 75mm bite into the masonry. (hammer drive type for the builders amongst us). Neither of them have fallen over the last year despite my wee girl 'Jumping for scotland' on the room immediately above. :?

Good post - rep added!

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Went for the next size up for a couple of quid more - I've only got a 42" at the moment, but am certain to upgrade when the bug hits in a couple of months and the 50"er's are getting ever cheaper!

Good price - post it as a deal & link to it here to get it started on the heat.
#31
Purchased. Thanks. H&R added
#32
thanks m8 got me 1 will put my sony bravia kdl 40 w2000 up some time over christmas.
#33
Good find on this.
#34
So will I be able to still use the back ports of the TV once mounted?
#35
kam1nsk1
Does anyone know if this will fit and/or is practically suitable for a Panasonic th37px80?


Marky67
Yes, it will fit the Panasonic no problem, it will fit 99% of Lcd's and Plasmas on the market, comes complete with bolts and wall plugs, the bolts are all heavy duty for concrete, so you will need diffirent ones for plasterboard walls.


Having just received it it doesn't fit the Panasonic 37PX80 - horizontal mount spacings on the back of this TV are about 66cm apart and the mount only goes to about 40cm'ish wide. Don't buy if you have a Panasonic 37PX80.

Otherwise looks simple to use and about right for the money.

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