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Bolt On up to 42in Designer TV Stand £84.90 @ Argos (Was £169.89)
Bolt On up to 42in Designer TV Stand £84.90 @ Argos (Was £169.89)

Bolt On up to 42in Designer TV Stand £84.90 @ Argos (Was £169.89)

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* Suitable for flat panel TVs up to 42in.

* Maximum TV weight 50kg.

* 2 glass shelves.

* Toughened glass.

* Steel legs.

* Cable tidy holes in rear panel.

* Size H104, W98, D51cm.

* Packed flat.

Additional Information

* Please note item 5346721 has previously been on sale at £129.89.

Current selling price valid until 23/07/2010


Quite like the look of this myself good price for a stand of this type and has very favourable reviews

Hope this helps someone

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Original Poster

http://www.argos.co.uk/wcsstore/argos/images/71-5346721iSPA67UC336723X.jpg

Anyone ever tried to risk thier 46" pride and joy on something like this ?? :thinking:

Looks nice - good price. HOT

I have a 42" on this, and it looks superb.. Got it simply because the other half refused to let me screw it to the wall, but I hated seeing an LCD TV on it's stand - Looks messing IMO.. Anyway, it's a brilliant unit, though I did only pay £69 for it more than a year ago, so I think £85 is a bit over the odds..

I have my 42" on this unit and it looks great, cant remember what i paid but i think a good price is offered here and would recommend

Andi Keane;8873250

Anyone ever tried to risk thier 46" pride and joy on something like this … Anyone ever tried to risk thier 46" pride and joy on something like this ?? :thinking:



I have fitted a 46 sony bravia to a similar style unit , I had to do some alterations to the bracket but that was the only problem and it looks great :thumbsup:
i did have it fitted to wall but i got young children and was worried it would fall off (i put it uo :whistling:) and i couldn't live with myself if that happened just so i could watch avatar in hd !!!!
so as long as your prepared to maybe do some minor adjustments go for it.

Me likey tha big telly standy

Original Poster

condemmedman;8874378

I have fitted a 46 sony bravia to a similar style unit , I had to do some … I have fitted a 46 sony bravia to a similar style unit , I had to do some alterations to the bracket but that was the only problem and it looks great :thumbsup:i did have it fitted to wall but i got young children and was worried it would fall off (i put it uo :whistling:) and i couldn't live with myself if that happened just so i could watch avatar in hd !!!!so as long as your prepared to maybe do some minor adjustments go for it.



Nice one thanks for the answer , Rep to you :thumbsup:

Anyone know roughly what the distance would be between the base of the stand and bottom of TV? Just trying to work out how high it would make the screen.

I purchased this last year for around 70quid -as i purchased the TV and got the stand half price-its was already on sale so got 50% knocked of that-didnt realy think the cashier knew what she was doing as it was only supposed 2be 50% of 1 crappy stand-not this one

Its a great stand and I have recived many compliments for it-very safe and secure..I did have to chop abit of the silver bracket of as it was covering my HDMI socket..it took me and my dad jus over an hr to do it all including the putting it together so be warned

for this price it is well worth it considering the prices of stands like these and its at the right height for when ur on the couch:thumbsup:

J400uk;8874570

Anyone know roughly what the distance would be between the base of the … Anyone know roughly what the distance would be between the base of the stand and bottom of TV? Just trying to work out how high it would make the screen.






they are usually adjustable

J400uk;8874570

Anyone know roughly what the distance would be between the base of the … Anyone know roughly what the distance would be between the base of the stand and bottom of TV? Just trying to work out how high it would make the screen.



mines about a foot, you could have higher but then it covered my sockets.

great stand, well worth it :thumbsup:

Wall mount for the win

.......Runs away

Original Poster

sparkyIreland;8874932

Wall mount for the win :).......Runs away



ha ha how to start an arguement !! lol

i cant afford my own house so wall mounting in a private let would be a big problem :oops:

Hence why i like these stands :thumbsup:

guys,how to screw tv to bracket?i have one and sony 40 bravia and dont know how to put it together

Original Poster

adrians8;8874971

guys,how to screw tv to bracket?i have one and sony 40 bravia and dont … guys,how to screw tv to bracket?i have one and sony 40 bravia and dont know how to put it together



TV will has vesa holes in the back and the bracket is adjustable to fit these holes your tv will either have bolts in these holes or the stand comes with ones that will fit (albeit with a little modification)

in theory should be fairly straight forward :thumbsup:

yeah the screws for mine weren't any good, needed cutting down. although tbh i just went to b&q and bought some ;-)

ok so all I need is 4 screws?cheers.

would this take a 50 inche plasma?:oops:

Original Poster

rhodyate;8875139

would this take a 50 inche plasma?:oops:



I1t says Max tv weight 50kg i might attempt a 46" at 28 kg

short answer not so sure

OK if you do't want to destroy a wall and want a high mount. Would be even better if they had sockets on board to reduce cabelling-any designers out there?

Andi Keane;8873250

Anyone ever tried to risk thier 46" pride and joy on something like this … Anyone ever tried to risk thier 46" pride and joy on something like this ?? :thinking:



As it is "suitable for up to 42" then I guess not! And people are even asking "is it any good for a 50" lol! YOUR RISK! But Voted hot!

Was just looking for one designed to hold a larger tv and found this site.

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anyone post a actual picture of there tv on this please,would help quite a few members to make there mind up on buying this including myself

what a rip off, i bought one like this but better for £50 from ebuyer delivered and that was 2 years ago!

It depends on your tv really how far apart the screws are in the back so to whether it will fit larger tv's

zaheer2003;8876436

what a rip off, i bought one like this but better for £50 from ebuyer … what a rip off, i bought one like this but better for £50 from ebuyer delivered and that was 2 years ago!



TV stands with built in brackets are more expensive. I paid £125 for mine and that was half price. But they look so good its worth it!

This ones a bit ugly though don't you think?

I'm after a cantilever TV stand, but don't really want to pay over £100, shame.

Yomanda;8875276

As it is "suitable for up to 42" then I guess not! And people are even … As it is "suitable for up to 42" then I guess not! And people are even asking "is it any good for a 50" lol! YOUR RISK! But Voted hot!



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I have my 50" samsung plasma on one of these for the last 2 years, cables can be hid behind, no problems whatsoever, even has small wheels to make moving it easier!

the rated weight for these is the weight of two or three tellies so i don't think it'd have a problem holding a larger tv

I have mounted all three of my tvs 32, 42 and 50" (with the help of my lovely boyfriend) with a bracket bought for £23.99 that was initially rec by someone at a diy store! I thought naturally it would be rubbish - but I ordered one and it is VERY good - strong, high quality material and functional. It can hold up to 63" and none of aforementioned tvs have moved/slipped/ripped out of wall since. You need to of course buy projecting mounting bolts or any type of anchor bolts and use them maybe with say two / four depending on the tv size weight of the ones that come in the box for extra security.
Accurate measuring, patience are also required. You can buy a channel for the wall to hide the cables (unless you fancy excavating into the wall and and inserting a hidden channel to house the wiring inside then plastering over etc. The plastic chanel can be bought at b n q or homebase and then painted (with a steady hand and good quality brush so as not to get any brush marks etc in several fine coats or alternatively papered over if a feature wall or suchlike. It opens down the side to allow for further wiring a say a later stage and tbh Im a perfectionist and I have to say after all the quotes for mounting I received I decided I would do it myself. But, I would ALWAYS wall mount now in preference to a stand of any sort as the difference is very tangible and the cost involved is not great - it just takes a bit of work - but overall not an arduous task. AND ! Im a girl! AND! a pretty one too lol


Hope this helps someone if you want supplier just ask and Ill put up.:)

PS you also need a good drill / drill bits (obviously)

After a lot of searching Argos shops I have managed to find one of these. I am really impressed at just how good it looks. Far far better than the TV just sitting on a 'stand'. However, after assembling the bits and bobs, the glass shelf and bottom shelf are exactly the same, but the bar which the TV sits on is completely different to the posted photograph. It went together easily enough and it seems reasonably secure so hopefully we have done it right. I would say worth the reduced price.
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