Tv wall mount bracket 24" - 42" tv, Only £9.99 @ Homebargains - HotUKDeals
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Says on the box suitable for tv's between 24" - 42" and max weight of 45kg

Very good quality wall bracket for the price with 10 degree tilt either way for ease of viewing.
This is a very good strong wall bracket, unlike some of the other cheap ones available
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banned#1
https://www.bracketsrus.co.uk/images/products/3693.jpg
#2
Seems a good deal to me, whats the average weight of a 42" Plasma?
banned#3
loopie
Seems a good deal to me, whats the average weight of a 42" Plasma?


The one i got only weighs around 19 kg so this should be more than ample for stated size tv

http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0020HR6PI/ref=asc_df_B0020HR6PI588892?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&tag=***************&linkCode=asn&creative=7974&creativeASIN=B0020HR6PI
#4
Voted hot, just a shame no stores near me and no postal option.
banned#5
i saw these over the weekend in my local store- heat added from me
#6
I bought what looks like the same 1 on Amazon last year. I've got a 42" plasma attached to it.. very strong n if it is the same one you can put a padlock on it to make it a bit more theft proof
banned#7
i like shoes
I bought what looks like the same 1 on Amazon last year. I've got a 42" plasma attached to it.. very strong n if it is the same one you can put a padlock on it to make it a bit more theft proof



It is the same, has the bar that slides throu the bottom of the bracket and then has a hole to put a lock throu
#8
:thumbsup:
#9
WARNING: they had the same one, i think anyway, a few months back. Me thinking it was a good deal, bought one for my 42", its literally centimeters too small and the bits on the back seem too small to support the tv

so used for anything below 42" and it will be fine

Heat added anyway
#10
Damn mine is 43". Have they got any bigger brackets?
Heat added.
#11
Definitely worthy of a repost, http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/567706/tilting-lcd-plasma-tv-wall-mount-26?
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/492717/viagio-26-42-inch-lcd-wall-mount-9-

Jonny 25
WARNING: they had the same one, i think anyway, a few months back. Me thinking it was a good deal, bought one for my 42", its literally centimeters too small and the bits on the back seem too small to support the tv

so used for anything below 42" and it will be fine

Heat added anyway


Saw your post on the earlier thread, what do you mean it doesn't fit? It's universal so will marry up to all combinations of VESA mounting options (including the most popular 400x200 used by 42" TVs).
#12
BruTamUK
Damn mine is 43". Have they got any bigger brackets?
Heat added.


:? Am I missing the sarcasm here :thinking:
#13
the rails that attach to the tv, they fit on, but seem small for a 42" tv, all is fine up until then, but when you try and put it on the bit that connects to the wall, the clips on the tv are too far apart.

Hard to describe but in short, the back of 42" tv's are too spaced out to fit into the wall mount. Only a few centimeters for my Hitachi 42" plasma. Was considering getting another one as this would work as they could be side by side and so would allow the hinges to clip on.

But one wall mount is too short for the hinges to fit on, so |===| that is the space the clips fit onto once on the tv and ready to put on the wall, but once on the tv, this represents the distance the clips are appart, in my diagram they are one = too big |====|

Hope i have explained this well enough

Jonny
#14
I have two of these brackets, one holding a 50Inch Pioneer Kuro, the other holding a 42 inch Sony, trust me they are fantastic, I am just about to pick up another two :thumbsup:

Very slim mounting and come with all bolts, although I advise to use proper plasterboard fixings, to make sure it is solid :roll:
#15
Is there a direct link to the offer?
#16
Marky67
I have two of these brackets, one holding a 50Inch Pioneer Kuro, the other holding a 42 inch Sony, trust me they are fantastic, I am just about to pick up another two :thumbsup:

Very slim mounting and come with all bolts, although I advise to use proper plasterboard fixings, to make sure it is solid :roll:


in that case they must be different to mine, i take back most of what i said then :whistling:
#17
tightasagnatschu
:? Am I missing the sarcasm here :thinking:


No sarcasm intended.
My TV is 43",this bracket only supports upto 42" apparently. Was just wondering if there were anymore brackets in home bargains for larger tv's.
#18
BruTamUK
No sarcasm intended.
My TV is 43",this bracket only supports upto 42" apparently. Was just wondering if there were anymore brackets in home bargains for larger tv's.


I think you'll find that your TV is a 42", as far as I know, nobody makes a 43" LCD or Plasma panel for TV manufacturers?
Also, remember (as a lot of people don't realise), that the size of a TV 37",42" etc, actually refers to the diagonal of the screen/panel, not the width of the screen/panel or physical size of the TV itself.

Excellent price, heat added.:thumbsup:

BTW Did I see someone mention using 'proper plasterboard fixings'? Seriously, I'd be very worried about supporting a TV much larger than 19" using just plasterboard fixings, proper or not, plasterboard isn't designed for that, you need to fix into the studs that the plasterboard is fixed to (ie in a partition wall, new timber frame house, sorry if that's what you mean't), a cheap handheld detector can help you find them, or make some fine holes (if you find one, you can find the other, as they should be at either 400mm or 600mm centres), or just tap the wall, you'll hear a change in the sound.If you have dry lined external walls, then you need to drill through the board into the outer brick/block wall.
#19
think ill get me one of these. saw them in our local shop, it probably weighs more than my tv lol

heat added ;)
#20
Useless for most in London. There are no stores within a 50 mile radius.
#21
HAL2000
I think you'll find that your TV is a 42", as far as I know, nobody makes a 43" LCD or Plasma panel for TV manufacturers?
Also, remember (as a lot of people don't realise), that the size of a TV 37",42" etc, actually refers to the diagonal of the screen/panel, not the width of the screen/panel or physical size of the TV itself.


http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=103967&Model=Pioneer-PDP436SXE&Productstat=No

Pioneer made 43" Plasmas for a few years :thumbsup:

Btw this will fit a 43" plasma just fine, as long as the VESA spacing is correct the weight it holds will happily hold a 50" Plasma. :thumbsup:
#22
HAL2000
I think you'll find that your TV is a 42", as far as I know, nobody makes a 43" LCD or Plasma panel for TV manufacturers?
Also, remember (as a lot of people don't realise), that the size of a TV 37",42" etc, actually refers to the diagonal of the screen/panel, not the width of the screen/panel or physical size of the TV itself.

Excellent price, heat added.:thumbsup:

BTW Did I see someone mention using 'proper plasterboard fixings'? Seriously, I'd be very worried about supporting a TV much larger than 19" using just plasterboard fixings, proper or not, plasterboard isn't designed for that, you need to fix into the studs that the plasterboard is fixed to (ie in a partition wall, new timber frame house, sorry if that's what you mean't), a cheap handheld detector can help you find them, or make some fine holes (if you find one, you can find the other, as they should be at either 400mm or 600mm centres), or just tap the wall, you'll hear a change in the sound.If you have dry lined external walls, then you need to drill through the board into the outer brick/block wall.


Obviously your knowledge doesnt go very far.
#23
Nice.
#24
Boxrick
http://www.rgbdirect.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?SKUNumber=103967&Model=Pioneer-PDP436SXE&Productstat=No

Pioneer made 43" Plasmas for a few years :thumbsup:

thanks for that, I stand corrected!

Btw this will fit a 43" plasma just fine, as long as the VESA spacing is correct the weight it holds will happily hold a 50" Plasma. :thumbsup:



RXC
Obviously your knowledge doesnt go very far.


Meaning?

My knowledge of the use of plasterboard, and tools/construction in general goes quite far, it's what I do!, actually just finished dry lining a house.I was just try to offer some advice/tips, so someone doesn't end up watching their TV fall on the floor!

TV's are slightly different, I have long standing interest in consumer electronics, having being involved in the industry for about 10 years some time ago. As I mentioned above, I stand corrected, it seems there is, or was indeed a 43" TV
#25
RXC
Obviously your knowledge doesnt go very far.


Come on, hal2000 said "as far as I know" when he said about the size of plasma screens. So no need to jump down his throat. And as for the fixing issue, I would not use plasterboard fixing's to put up a large tv. It's just not worth the risk, and yes I am a dry liner/Metal fabricator so I know the material.

I find the best way is to put a plate of wood in behind the board, that way you can make your wire's invisible whilst you have the wall open, failing that catch try to catch the studs. But it might not be aesthetic? enough if it places your tv off center (if you know what I mean)

EDIT: Oh I meant to say, with the wood method - still try to catch a stud lol. Personaly I went down a different road, got a good quality piece of MDF cut 5in bigger than the screen on all side's and stuck that up catching two studs. The rest of the fixing were plasterboard one's but they were only there to keep the MFD totally flush whilst the grip-fill went off. It's not going anywhere! And painting the MDF a nice chocolate colour really makes it a nice feature.
#26
HAL2000
Meaning?

My knowledge of the use of plasterboard, and tools/construction in general goes quite far, it's what I do!, actually just finished dry lining a house.I was just try to offer some advice/tips, so someone doesn't end up watching their TV fall on the floor!

TV's are slightly different, I have long standing interest in consumer electronics, having being involved in the industry for about 10 years some time ago. As I mentioned above, I stand corrected, it seems there is, or was indeed a 43" TV


Meaning? Isnt it obvious? You said 43" sets didnt exist 'AS FAR AS I KNOW'. Hence my post.
#27
I have one of these, holding my 40" and I have used the same bracket on two separate walls. Absolutely fantastic for the price. I believe these are available in 3 sizes. My parents have the smaller one.
#28
Just bought one was going to pay 30 quid for one woo hoo WHAT A find:):w00t::roll::oops: hot hot hot
#29
The set I've got is a pioneer 43".
Odd size I know. Didn't mean to cause all this confusion!
#30
[QUOTE=BruTamUK]The set I've got is a pioneer 43".
Odd size I know. Didn't mean to cause all this confusion![/QUOTE

Don't worry, no confusion, my TV 'knowledge' was just a little rusty, as I hadn't realised Pioneer made a 43" set, I'd always thought they only did 42", and from what I can make out they aren't or won't be making any more TV's at all, which'll be a shame as they truly are excellent.

Just a shame 'RXC' needed to take a swipe though.

Even so, it could be worth trying at the price, as I'm sure the Vesa fixings will match (The vertical brackets which attach to your TV usually slide on a rail on this sort of bracket), and I'm sure your TV would be well within it's weight capacity.The only ones to be more wary of in my experience are those which have twin arms to allow different viewing angles, and pulling out from the wall, as the weight load on the hinge part of the arms can make them twist over time if they are moved around to much.

Anyway, just come back from Home Bargains in Bletchley, and can happily report that they still have stock of these.:thumbsup:
#31
HAL2000;8110541
[QUOTE=BruTamUK]The set I've got is a pioneer 43".
Odd size I know. Didn't mean to cause all this confusion![/QUOTE

Don't worry, no confusion, my TV 'knowledge' was just a little rusty, as I hadn't realised Pioneer made a 43" set, I'd always thought they only did 42", and from what I can make out they aren't or won't be making any more TV's at all, which'll be a shame as they truly are excellent.

Just a shame 'RXC' needed to take a swipe though.

Even so, it could be worth trying at the price, as I'm sure the Vesa fixings will match (The vertical brackets which attach to your TV usually slide on a rail on this sort of bracket), and I'm sure your TV would be well within it's weight capacity.The only ones to be more wary of in my experience are those which have twin arms to allow different viewing angles, and pulling out from the wall, as the weight load on the hinge part of the arms can make them twist over time if they are moved around to much.

Anyway, just come back from Home Bargains in Bletchley, and can happily report that they still have stock of these.:thumbsup:


No, its not a shame. What was a shame was your snooty attitude "I think youll find your TV is a 43"...". You took that person for an idiot, like he wouldnt know his own TV size. For the record, there are other manufacturers who currently do 43"'s.
#32
RXC;8111338
[QUOTE=HAL2000]

No, its not a shame. What was a shame was your snooty attitude "I think youll find your TV is a 43"...". You took that person for an idiot, like he wouldnt know his own TV size. For the record, there are other manufacturers who currently do 43"'s.


OK, lets clear this up!
To take a snooty attitude was certainly not my intention, it's just that at the time I posted I couldn't think of anyone that had made a 43" screen that I knew of, obviously I was then corrected.I wasn't taking the person for an idiot, I was simply suggesting that perhaps his set may be a 42", or perhaps have a 43" panel, but is essentially 42", as it possibly has a 42" visible screen area, which some manufacturers have used in the past when sets were much more expensive as a means of quoting a slightly larger screen, as every inch mattered (no puns please!) in terms of sales.
Alhough I did say 'as far as I know', It was a mistake, even so, there was no need to, as someone else said 'jump down my throat', which was just plain rude, especially as the main point of my post was to help people with possible ways of fixing the bracket, so it doesn't end up falling on the floor, which is after all what this post is about.
#33
HAL2000
BTW Did I see someone mention using 'proper plasterboard fixings'? Seriously, I'd be very worried about supporting a TV much larger than 19" using just plasterboard fixings, proper or not, plasterboard isn't designed for that


actually, with the right fixings, it's fine fine for hanging tvs on. i've happily had a 37" plasma tv hanging on a plasterboard wall using the right fixings with absolutely no problems whatsoever. this is the sort of fixing you need to use:

http://www.thesitebox.com/Product/184846/self-drive-plasterboard-fixings.aspx

you can get them in metal and in plastic, depending on the load required. they'll easily cope with some quite heavy loads.

that said, you're still better off mounting to a stud or onto a solid wall if you can as that'll take a lot more punishment and be much stronger. you tend to get problems where they're overloaded (e.g. the cat sits on top of the tv, taking the total weight over what the fixings can safely take) or the load is uneven, or where there's a lot of movement involved (such as when you're likely to move the tv around a lot).
#34
Doesn't fit either ov my 42 inch TVs 1 pioneer other Panasonic brackets that attach to TVs don't fit on wall bit when attached in screw holes on TVs they are too far apart

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