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Foehn & Hirsch High Quality Fixed Universal Wall Mount 15" - 42" from E Buyer £9.99 Delivered
Foehn & Hirsch High Quality Fixed Universal Wall Mount 15" - 42" from E Buyer £9.99 Delivered

Foehn & Hirsch High Quality Fixed Universal Wall Mount 15" - 42" from E Buyer £9.99 Delivered

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Foehn & Hirsch High Quality Fixed Wall Mount 15"- 42"

Fits 15" - 42" screens. Slim line design mount that keeps the screen close to the wall for a discreet and unobtrusive appearance. Strong steel construction with black powder coat for a hard wearing and sleek finish.

Compatible with a number of brands and has adjustable mounting positions for different holding patterns Easy installation and strong combination in wood and concrete


•Adjustable mounting holes, max width 520 mm max height 380 mm
•VESA compatible; 100 x 100, 200 x 200, 200 x 100, 300 x 200 etc

•Load capacity: 110 lbs (50 kgs)

11 Comments

Paid £25 for this a couple of weeks back, but ended up sending it back as I wasn't impressed with the TV I ordered with it. But on it's own... bargain!

Nice find . Moving house and leaving old bracket behind . Paid over a £100 years ago for similar .

FYI - Foehn & Hirsch are ebuyers own brand. Although it does sound quite upmarket

Nice find

would u risk 42" on these?

hot deal - ordered for my new shagpad.

I would leave you rep but since the new layout I can't work out how to.

Original Poster

Thanks guys, this was my first posted deal. I've ordered it so I'll give a report on the goods later once received.

tfish

would u risk 42" on these?



I have to agree that a 15-42" stand sounds too wide a range!! I would save it for a 26/32"! In saying that most led tv are ultra light these days and if you use proper fixing bolts then it wont come off the wall.

I wouldn't dismiss cheap wall mounts as they are very very good and do the job perfectly!

Original Poster

Received mine today, Excellent!

As long as you use quality anchor mounts, or other suitable wall fixing, should work fine. If the unit itself breaks, and you damage your TV you could probably claim for a repair anyway. Although I can't see it would ever happen. (Just make sure it's not your dodgy rawl plug that gives way!

Hi,
Does anyone know how far out the back of the TV will be from wall using this bracket?

Thanks
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