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VESA TV bracket that is supposed to be super slim. Should be suitable for mounting all flat pannel screens.

Sold on Amazon by seller named Designer Habitat, have never used these before.
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#1
already posted
#2
Other is expired and a different price.
#3
Thanks mate. Just ordered one
#4
caution if you are using scarts which are located at the back of your tv these MIGHT not be suitable
#5
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
#6
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/designer-habitat-basics-ultra-slim-very-strong-lcd-plasma-tv-bracket-for-sony-sa/930142?page=2

Already posted, and someone expried it, same deal, I am sure OP can change the price, Cold, due to double post.
[mod]#7
Thanks for the info - the other thread was for a £3.99 bracket from Amazon UK and it would appear it had been expired as no longer in stock and the price then amended after this marketplace post - as they were two different sellers and deal prices this deal can be allowed and I'll reinstate the other deal back to the original info - thanks to both members posting

Edited By: sigma on May 01, 2011 10:48
1 Like #8
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)
#9
Posted on other thread but did pay this price so..

Ordered, also added a right angle HDMI connector because you might find its impossible to plug in HDMI's (Or any connectors) with the TV so close to the wall.

Also, if your TV get's hot consider a regular mount, not a slimline, as this would decrease ventilation
banned 1 Like #10
cadmus
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)

Or you could do a tidy job and get a swivel wall bracket :|
#11
Anybody know if this bracket Designer Habitat Deluxe Premium Wall Bracket for 32 - 65 inch LCD Plasma TV is suitable for the LG 32LE4900 tele that was posted couple days ago? Would it block any ports?
1 Like #12
whatsThePoint
cadmus
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)

Or you could do a tidy job and get a swivel wall bracket :|
tell you what mate , mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel..... got blue leds built in the top and bottom section andv gives a lovely blue glow behing the tv. its all been finnished in high gloss sprayed black and looks as if the tv is just floating .... no tat here , its my job pal.

http://i1100.photobucket.com/albums/g402/pclifton/PHOTOBOX465.jpg

Edited By: cadmus on May 01, 2011 11:43: add piccy
#13
cadmus
whatsThePoint
cadmus
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...

they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)


Or you could do a tidy job and get a swivel wall bracket :|

tell you what mate , mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel..... got blue leds built in the top and bottom section andv gives a lovely blue glow behing the tv. its all been finnished in high gloss sprayed black and looks as if the tv is just floating .... no tat here , its my job pal.

http://i1100.photobucket.com/albums/g402/pclifton/PHOTOBOX465.jpg


impressive, would like to do something like this for me tv which is flat against the wall
banned 7 Likes #14
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)
3 Likes #15
I don't like artex or the blue lights but that is harsh - neat install job.
banned#16
blackrat62
I don't like artex or the blue lights but that is harsh - neat install job.

If someone is boastful and says "mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel" to me, i don't think its harsh for me to laugh when it fails on looks alone, without even finding out how strong it is or isn't going by the failed visuals
#17
whatsThePoint
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)
Looks like embossed wall paper made to look like artex. Nothing wrong with that and you can piant too. Looks far better than modern multicoloured wall papers with massive floral prints.
2 Likes #18
whatsThePoint
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)


The irony of your avatar.........
#19
Lights behind a TV soften the effect of the TV making it more comfortable to watch with the lights out, and can make the blacks look blacker (as your eye isn't comparing them to pitch black)
#20
cadmus
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)


clever idea but id use metal rather than wood for my precious telly in my mind i wud always be hearing the sound of wood cracking. (_;)
banned#21
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
Why?
Has it been norty? :|
#22
Tip, if you want 2 place seperate orders otherwise the postage cost a lot more.
#23
canada16
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/designer-habitat-basics-ultra-slim-very-strong-lcd-plasma-tv-bracket-for-sony-sa/930142?page=2

Already posted, and someone expried it, same deal, I am sure OP can change the price, Cold, due to double post.


what a plonker.
4 Likes #24
whatsThePoint
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)

whatsThePoint
blackrat62
I don't like artex or the blue lights but that is harsh - neat install job.

If someone is boastful and says "mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel" to me, i don't think its harsh for me to laugh when it fails on looks alone, without even finding out how strong it is or isn't going by the failed visuals
no need to continually insult me pal..... all i was trying to do was help a poster save money and be constructive as my option would cost a fraction of a swivel/cantilever type bracket yet still have the strength and security as you would be fixing the tv bracket from amazon to the already anchored mdf back panel.
NO WAY was i boasting either ....my method of fixing which i do on a nearly daily basis is extremely STRONG ( which i what i was stating) and as regards to better " i mean you dont see one single bit of wire/cable /anything above or below my method of fixing as opposed to seeing spagetti junction behind the tv when you simply use a corner swivel bracket .
you was insulting saying "get a swivel bracket and have a tidy job" .all i did was post my picture to prove that it CAN look tidy at a fraction of the cost .
you again insulted me as regards to my lovely artex X) which it isnt ... its anaglypta embossed thankyou as we dont have the luxury of perfectly flat walls down here in the south .
your third insult stating my tv looks like a bot racers car ..... next time i decorate my house or buy something do i have to get your approval.
your fourth insult "So no need to do a bodge job with a bit of wood for the sake of a few quid " my method is not a bodge job ... i do it for a living making bespoke lounge home entertainment furniture and instalation so my method is not a bodge and the way i desribed would of saved that poster more than a few quid thankyou.
do you seriously have a chip on your shoulder or have it in for me or what , all im here to do is save money and help others save money , but all you appear to do is offer no help ,give no constructive advice on this thread but insult me again ,again and again.... your a waste of space and grow up you child





Edited By: cadmus on May 01, 2011 20:04: typo as usual
2 Likes #25
Have to agree cadmus - your install looks mighty fine - I had thought of something similar (a narrow shelf to support the table stand), but loving your idea - thanks for posting (even if you did get slagged off by silly people).
#26
whatsThePoint
cadmus
whatsThePoint
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)

whatsThePoint
blackrat62
I don't like artex or the blue lights but that is harsh - neat install job.

If someone is boastful and says "mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel" to me, i don't think its harsh for me to laugh when it fails on looks alone, without even finding out how strong it is or isn't going by the failed visuals
no need to continually insult me pal..... all i was trying to do was help a poster save money and be constructive as my option would cost a fraction of a swivel/cantilever type bracket yet still have the strength and security as you would be fixing the tv bracket from amazon to the already anchored mdf back panel.
NO WAY was i boasting either ....my method of fixing which i do on a nearly daily basis is extremely STRONG ( which i what i was stating) and as regards to better " i mean you dont see one single bit of wire/cable /anything above or below my method of fixing as opposed to seeing spagetti junction behind the tv when you simply use a corner swivel bracket .
you was insulting saying "get a swivel bracket and have a tidy job" .all i did was post my picture to prove that it CAN look tidy at a fraction of the cost .
you again insulted me as regards to my lovely artex X) which it isnt ... its anaglypta embossed thankyou as we dont have the luxury of perfectly flat walls down here in the south .
your third insult stating my tv looks like a bot racers car ..... next time i decorate my house or buy something do i have to get your approval.
do you seriously have a chip on your shoulder or have it in for me or what , all im here to do is save money and help others save money , but all you appear to do is offer no help ,give no constructive advice on this thread but insult me again ,again and again.... your a waste of space and grow up you child


does this mean we're not pals anymore :|
Your the one who insisted it would look better (that is boasting)and judging by the "likes" i got others agree with me that it doesn't, so if you can't take the criticism don't make claims that you can't back up
Your contraction wouldn't of been hardly any cheaper if at all and cost a lot more in time and effort.
By the look of yours you've hidden the cables in a bit of trunking at the back, not hard to do with any wall barcket
LOL your the one with a chip on your shoulder, i didn't agree with the lights you nicked from under your saxo and now you've had a chavvy rant at me
And i did help by mentioning you can get a swivel bracket from £20 on amazon, if the tv is under 24" i think there was one for around £10
being helpful to others i define as leaving links etc not just say so and sos cheaper at wherever.
pleaase read what i wrote above ... how was i boasting ! i said mine was better in relation to no wires above or below were visable in relation to a corner swivel and stronger in relation to the multiple fixings i applied ... no way was i stating mine was visually better
you seem to be making all the wrong visual assumptions again. thats not trunking thats a gas pipe behind a papered 12mm plasterboard angle. my wire and cables go through a brick which t then run down a cavity and out ... again i dont make tat so stop saying it
2 Likes #27
whatsThePoint
cadmus
whatsThePoint
cadmus
whatsThePoint
Looks stupid like a boy racers car with the blue lights, mind you i didn't realise artexed walls were still in fashion, oh wait... X)

whatsThePoint
blackrat62
I don't like artex or the blue lights but that is harsh - neat install job.

If someone is boastful and says "mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel" to me, i don't think its harsh for me to laugh when it fails on looks alone, without even finding out how strong it is or isn't going by the failed visuals
no need to continually insult me pal..... all i was trying to do was help a poster save money and be constructive as my option would cost a fraction of a swivel/cantilever type bracket yet still have the strength and security as you would be fixing the tv bracket from amazon to the already anchored mdf back panel.
NO WAY was i boasting either ....my method of fixing which i do on a nearly daily basis is extremely STRONG ( which i what i was stating) and as regards to better " i mean you dont see one single bit of wire/cable /anything above or below my method of fixing as opposed to seeing spagetti junction behind the tv when you simply use a corner swivel bracket .
you was insulting saying "get a swivel bracket and have a tidy job" .all i did was post my picture to prove that it CAN look tidy at a fraction of the cost .
you again insulted me as regards to my lovely artex X) which it isnt ... its anaglypta embossed thankyou as we dont have the luxury of perfectly flat walls down here in the south .
your third insult stating my tv looks like a bot racers car ..... next time i decorate my house or buy something do i have to get your approval.
do you seriously have a chip on your shoulder or have it in for me or what , all im here to do is save money and help others save money , but all you appear to do is offer no help ,give no constructive advice on this thread but insult me again ,again and again.... your a waste of space and grow up you child


does this mean we're not pals anymore :|
Your the one who insisted it would look better (that is boasting)and judging by the "likes" i got others agree with me that it doesn't, so if you can't take the criticism don't make claims that you can't back up
Your contraction wouldn't of been hardly any cheaper if at all and cost a lot more in time and effort.
By the look of yours you've hidden the cables in a bit of trunking at the back, not hard to do with any wall barcket
LOL your the one with a chip on your shoulder, i didn't agree with the lights you nicked from under your saxo and now you've had a chavvy rant at me
And i did help by mentioning you can get a swivel bracket from £20 on amazon, if the tv is under 24" i think there was one for around £10
being helpful to others i define as leaving links etc not just say so and sos cheaper at wherever.
pleaase read what i wrote above ... how was i boasting ! i said mine was better in relation to no wires above or below were visable in relation to a corner swivel and stronger in relation to the multiple fixings i applied ... no way was i stating mine was visually better
you seem to be making all the wrong visual assumptions again. thats not trunking thats a gas pipe behind a papered 12mm plasterboard angle. my wire and cables go through a brick which t then run down a cavity and out ... again i dont make tat so stop saying it

i said its not as good as you think (by a long shot), moan about it all you like but that fact won't change, LOL all this over a silly wall bracket, mind you best laugh i've had all day :D
i know its silly what youve been saying to me but i forgive you coz i dont know how big you are and you might come down and kill me because of hotukdeal rage ... if thats the best laugh youve had all day you must lead a very very dull life friend . goodnight fellow member


Edited By: cadmus on May 01, 2011 21:04
#28
whatsThePoint
cadmus
i know its silly what youve been saying to me but i forgive you coz i dont know how big you are and you might come down and kill me because of hotukdeal rage ... if thats the best laugh youve had all day you must lead a very very dull life friend . goodnight fellow member



laughing at you and your pissy pants replies has been the best laugh, not your mickey mouse tv bracket, no need to forgive me for pointing out what a poor job you've made of it
your my best critic and love you lots .... are you a girl trying to stalk me using insults as double bluffs :|
#29
ye ye ye
whatsThePoint
cadmus
whatsThePoint
cadmus
i know its silly what youve been saying to me but i forgive you coz i dont know how big you are and you might come down and kill me because of hotukdeal rage ... if thats the best laugh youve had all day you must lead a very very dull life friend . goodnight fellow member




laughing at you and your pissy pants replies has been the best laugh, not your mickey mouse tv bracket, no need to forgive me for pointing out what a poor job you've made of it
your my best critic and love you lots .... are you a girl trying to stalk me using insults as double bluffs :|

awwww i really have upset you, never mind i'm sure your mum will make it better and wipe your tears away X)

whatsThePoint
cadmus
whatsThePoint
cadmus
i know its silly what youve been saying to me but i forgive you coz i dont know how big you are and you might come down and kill me because of hotukdeal rage ... if thats the best laugh youve had all day you must lead a very very dull life friend . goodnight fellow member



laughing at you and your pissy pants replies has been the best laugh, not your mickey mouse tv bracket, no need to forgive me for pointing out what a poor job you've made of it
your my best critic and love you lots .... are you a girl trying to stalk me using insults as double bluffs :|

awwww i really have upset you, never mind i'm sure your mum will make it better and wipe your tears away X)
no wonder you never lose an argument coming out with ground breaking one liners like that ... you are so articulately stronger than me and your wit is astonishing ... i cant carry on anymore as the teletubbies has just started cbeebies (_;)
1 Like #30
whatsThePoint
cadmus
no wonder you never lose an argument coming out with ground breaking one liners like that ... you are so articulately stronger than me and your wit is astonishing ... i cant carry on anymore as the teletubbies has just started cbeebies (_;)

what do you want me to do several lines about
we've already agreed how bad the plank you have stuck on the wall is and how angry you got about it being pointed out
Unlike you i'm new to trolling so which totally unrelated to the original subject do you want me to move onto next?
Maybe you want to have a go being the witty one for a change, i've no probs with that
so feel free to have a go any of these words
what a saddddddo you are ,you sad sad imbacile
2 Likes #31
whatsThePoint
cadmus
no wonder you never lose an argument coming out with ground breaking one liners like that ... you are so articulately stronger than me and your wit is astonishing ... i cant carry on anymore as the teletubbies has just started cbeebies (_;)


what do you want me to do several lines about
we've already agreed how bad the plank you have stuck on the wall is and how angry you got about it being pointed out
Unlike you i'm new to trolling so which totally unrelated to the original subject do you want me to move onto next?
Maybe you want to have a go being the witty one for a change, i've no probs with that
so feel free to have a go any of these words


you truly are a complete tit ..what is the point?
#32
oh dear..thread or battle ground..it might save typing by exchanging phone numbers..
1 Like #33
cadmus
whatsThePoint
cadmus
dmaster2000
can someone find me a good deal for a swivel tv wall bracket... i want to put my tv in a corner...
they cost a small fortune and you dont need them.... you can still use this as this is what i used .
all you do is get a 1 meter piece of 150mm x 50mm softwood . cut it in half ( 2 x 500mm pieces) you then need to put a 45 degree cut along each length . then plug & screw each piece against the wall using a minimum of 100mm but preferably 150mm screws . then get a piece of 18mm mdf, 500mm high by whatever width your tv is less 100mm. then screw this to the softwood using a minimum of 70mm screws.
simply screw this bracket to the mdf and hang the tv for a beatiful and cheap alternative for a 45 degree corner fix. (_;)

Or you could do a tidy job and get a swivel wall bracket :|
tell you what mate , mine will look better and STRONGER than any swivel..... got blue leds built in the top and bottom section andv gives a lovely blue glow behing the tv. its all been finnished in high gloss sprayed black and looks as if the tv is just floating .... no tat here , its my job pal.

http://i1100.photobucket.com/albums/g402/pclifton/PHOTOBOX465.jpg

I think it looks good, I also think you are proud of your work, you should be! if some people don't like it they can buy a nice swivel stand!

I will be putting my wires in the corner as well. Never thought of it ...Doh!

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