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EASYVIEW Tilting TV Wall Mount - 37" to 70" Screen TV's £10.50 delivered at CPC
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EASYVIEW Tilting TV Wall Mount - 37" to 70" Screen TV's £10.50 delivered at CPC

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Posted 5th Jan

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A tilting TV wall mount for flat panel TV and monitor screens from 37" to 70". It features a low profile bracket design that sits close to the wall, will support a maximum screen weight of 35kg and is supplied with all wall fixings for quick and efficient installation.
  • Fits flat panel screens from 37" to 70"
  • Tilt: 14° down
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@1on4 Something like this?
mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. Something a little more robust looking would be a prudent choice, To be fair this looks ok for a smaller existing tv you may have, and for that reason I gave heat.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 5th Jan
I have just fitted a Von Haus mount (like 3 hours ago) from Amazon, I swear by them, from £7:99

amazon.co.uk/Von…h=1
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 18:05

mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. …mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. Something a little more robust looking would be a prudent choice, To be fair this looks ok for a smaller existing tv you may have, and for that reason I gave heat.


I have a 65 inch Samsung TV on a 13 quid bracket.. Why pay more. Its been up for 3 yesrs. 35kg is low though.. The one I have was 75kg
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 5th Jan
Josh_millen05/01/2020 18:32

I have a 65 inch Samsung TV on a 13 quid bracket.. Why pay more. Its been …I have a 65 inch Samsung TV on a 13 quid bracket.. Why pay more. Its been up for 3 yesrs. 35kg is low though.. The one I have was 75kg



Each to their own though, just my opinion.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 5th Jan
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 18:05

mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. …mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. Something a little more robust looking would be a prudent choice, To be fair this looks ok for a smaller existing tv you may have, and for that reason I gave heat.


Your Honour, I object. Hearsay and innuendo
Edited by: "FunkiestMonkey" 5th Jan
I bought two decent, quite similar brackets before Christmas. Amazon deal at just £8.99. Very sturdy, especially for the price.
The website does not state what the distance is between the wall and the tv, if I use this bracket


I want a really slim bracket that tilts.

- ie minimal space between the tv and the wall

Any recommendations?
Edited by: "Helpful567" 5th Jan
InTheKnow44405/01/2020 18:23

I have just fitted a Von Haus mount (like 3 hours ago) from Amazon, I …I have just fitted a Von Haus mount (like 3 hours ago) from Amazon, I swear by them, from £7:99https://www.amazon.co.uk/VonHaus-Bracket-Design-Curved-Televisions/dp/B004RB7ATC/ref=sr_1_4?crid=2PBL2W60W1EZU&keywords=von%2Bhouse%2Btv%2Bbracket&qid=1578248497&sprefix=von%2Bhouse%2Caps%2C232&sr=8-4&th=1


I have this one, this issue I had was the guide holes. I needed to drill them out to fit the 8mm bolts for my Samsung h6400. Other than that it’s great and cheap.
Just used a sanus one. Very good quality and reviews. Bought a second for a smaller TV
Edited by: "kurtcobainmedico" 5th Jan
Cunning-Stunts05/01/2020 18:05

mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. …mmm, personally I would not trust a £10 wall mount holding a new tv. Something a little more robust looking would be a prudent choice, To be fair this looks ok for a smaller existing tv you may have, and for that reason I gave heat.


I get what you're saying but it looks solid metal and even most 55" TVs nowadays are approx 10-20kg.
If you need to worry about anything, don't worry about the bracket which will hold that weight easily, just make sure the screws and plugs you put in the wall are decent, but at that weight I wouldn't worry. I'd personally just make sure it goes into brick although I think there's plasterboard mounts that support heavier than this.
I put two of these up, a nice bit of kit. Easy to install - came with it's own spirit level. Felt very sturdy.
headworx05/01/2020 21:11

I get what you're saying but it looks solid metal and even most 55" TVs …I get what you're saying but it looks solid metal and even most 55" TVs nowadays are approx 10-20kg.If you need to worry about anything, don't worry about the bracket which will hold that weight easily, just make sure the screws and plugs you put in the wall are decent, but at that weight I wouldn't worry. I'd personally just make sure it goes into brick although I think there's plasterboard mounts that support heavier than this.


I put a 55" TV on a plasterboard wall about 3 years ago, What I did was screwed an old piece of skirting board type material (about 1.5 cm thick) into some Joists in the wall, then screwed the TV Mount straight onto that.

Sturdy to this day.
headworx05/01/2020 21:11

I get what you're saying but it looks solid metal and even most 55" TVs …I get what you're saying but it looks solid metal and even most 55" TVs nowadays are approx 10-20kg.If you need to worry about anything, don't worry about the bracket which will hold that weight easily, just make sure the screws and plugs you put in the wall are decent, but at that weight I wouldn't worry. I'd personally just make sure it goes into brick although I think there's plasterboard mounts that support heavier than this.


I agree.. it’s the bolts and wall plugs that need to be right.. I’ve put a 65” up on plaster board wall and sturdy as anything.
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