LCD TV WALL BRACKET-SINGLE ARM TILT/SWIVEL HALF PRICE £19.99 - HotUKDeals
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wall bracket for lcd tv half price at argos £19.99 fits tvs up to 32"ideal for them beko tvs that seem to be flying out!

incase link doesnt work its item no 534/6666
- edjaned
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banned#1
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5346666/Trail/searchtext>LCD+WALL.htm
#2
Don't really see the point in getting a flat screen then having it stick a foot out from the wall...

Just ordered a flat wallmount with tilt from ebay for £11 (delivered) for my beko.
#3
sassie
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/5346666/Trail/searchtext>LCD+WALL.htm

thanks:thumbsup:
#4
rossington
Don't really see the point in getting a flat screen then having it stick a foot out from the wall...

Just ordered a flat wallmount with tilt from ebay for £11 (delivered) for my beko.

i suppose it depends where your tv will go mine will be in alcove so is better to stick out,interested in the wall mount u got though for the bedroom will go and see if i can find it on fleabay thanks;-)
#5
So how high do people think wall mounted LCDs should be in the lounge - does straight in front of you when seated look silly on the wall or is sort of picture high and tilted down better?
#6
All depends how your room is set out. If its a normal living room then most people use 2/3 up the wall as a guide.

Go over avforums and look at members pics you get lots of ideas then
#7
[SIZE=2]This looks a bit 'Brad Pit' - I know that Maplin sell a similar product that only sticks out about 3 inches.[/SIZE]
#8
can some1 please tell me why this is voted cold?not trying to cause an argument just wondering if this is still expensive or is it because of sticking out from the wall?i reserved 1 of these in argos so im wondering whether to buy it or not now?and michael personally i would put in between picture high and view level sorry to be awkward!
#9
with the arm being movable is it poss for the tv to either stand out or lie flat on wall?hope that makes sense
#10
anyone?
#11
looking at the pic, the swivel bit looks to be on the wall plate and the tilt bit looks like its on the tv bit. unless the tv bit tilts and swivels then it won't go flat against the wall.. haven't seen the actual item though..
you can always get it then take it back if it doesn't suit !
#12
edjaned
with the arm being movable is it poss for the tv to either stand out or lie flat on wall?hope that makes sense


Yeah good question, hopefully some kind soul has rushed out and bought one of these and can report back to us on that.

Thanks :thumbsup:
#13
I'll be getting something like this when I get my TV (I've missed all the Beko offers so far :() Having this would allow me to watch it on my sofa and in my bed :)
#14
There is just one concern we have about wall mounting our lcd, and that is "Do we trust the wall to hold the weight, and not to see the tv crashing down!".
Our 32" Samsung is heavy, and although these brackets give a guidance of the weight it will carry, is it worth the risk?

BTW there is this one from Amazon for £17.63 delivered, although holds up to 20kg http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-Lcd-Next-Tilt-Single/dp/B000NI77O6/ref=sr_1_3/202-2827418-2992652?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1194726335&sr=1-3
#15
As long as you screw it into a wall stud it should be fine, if there isn't one you will need to use heavyweight plasterboard anchors, and probably a lot of them

You can always test it before you put the TV on to make sure it's solid enough :)
#16
SpecMan
Yeah good question, hopefully some kind soul has rushed out and bought one of these and can report back to us on that.

Thanks :thumbsup:

i may go and get 1 this afternoon and i will let u know my findings!:)
#17
what do u mean an elbow?does the 1 from asda sit on the wall as well as pulling out?
#18
[FONT="Arial Black"][COLOR="Red"]DONT Buy this wall bracket if you have the Argos Beko TV[/COLOR][/FONT]

It doesnt work, the 'universal' fixing works but it doesnt evenly spread the weight, meaning that it will tilt to the one side, you need a bracket that looks like this:

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/71-5345959A68UC407047X.jpg

That has all the fitting for the back of the BEKO TV, so the weight will be spread evenly. :thumbsup:
#19
guv
Dont buy that mount for this set. It can only take 20Kgs and this BEKO weighs 25.7Kg.

The one I mentioned to the OP earlier available from ASDA (Make = "Troy") is better than both of these and has an elbow as well. That can take up to 30Kg. So fits the bill.


The net weight of the Beko is 19.5kg, I'm assuming that's if you take the stand off, which you wouldn't need if you are hanging it on the wall. So the Amazon one should actually be OK http://www.amazon.co.uk/Hama-Lcd-Next-Tilt-Single/dp/B000NI77O6/ref=sr_1_3/202-2827418-2992652?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1194726335&sr=1-3

Only 1 left though ;-)
#20
http://www.asdachristmasgiftguide.co.uk/products/EL_lcdtroy_28.jpg

This is in the online asda giftguide at £24.97. Looks alright to me.

I was in my local asda the other day and noticed they do just a tilting bracket for around £13 in store but can't seem to find that online. It's just what I'm after and holds up to 30KG in weight.

Dave

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