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Posted 17th Apr
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Streamline your space with the Kaspa collection from Argos Home. Finished in sleek black gloss, this modern TV unit has a minimalist design which creates a light and spacious feel in your living room. The gloss top and shelf are super easy to wipe clean and provide plenty of space for your entertainment consoles. The glass side-panels add a clean and contemporary appeal, making the unit appear almost as if it is floating. Featuring 2 easy-glide drawers to store games and DVDs, cables feed through the back of the unit with ease.

Part of the Kaspa collection.

  • Collect in store today.
  • Size H 54.5, W 110, D 40cm.
  • Weight 41.7kg.
  • 2 drawers with metal runners.
  • 1 shelf.
  • 1 media storage section.
  • Largest height of media equipment sections 21.5cm.
  • Easy cable access.
  • Suitable for screen sizes up to 49in.
  • Maximum weight of TV 18kg.

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Looks like a fish tank! Where do I put my goldfish?!
Supports up to 49".

My telly is 50" and am looking for a new stand, as well!
just what i was looking for, same one under brandname hygena, selling for ridiculous amounts on ebay £129used. thanks op i've taken the plunge and ordered
Anyone know how long before it sags if the tv has a centre stand?
Termeh1 h, 18 m ago

Supports up to 49".My telly is 50" and am looking for a new stand, as well!


Am sure this'll be fine...
Orded thanks
Termeh2 h, 16 m ago

Supports up to 49".My telly is 50" and am looking for a new stand, as well!


Will be fine bud, most 50 inches these days weigh well less than they used to so unless it's a 50 inch box telly then your ok
Termeh17/04/2019 16:01

Supports up to 49".My telly is 50" and am looking for a new stand, as well!



I don't think it will be the weight given the differential. If anything it will be the overhang at the sides, or not, and if so if you are bothered or not...37486649-rm7t8.jpg
Monaco.Blue17/04/2019 21:52

I don't think it will be the weight given the differential. If anything …I don't think it will be the weight given the differential. If anything it will be the overhang at the sides, or not, and if so if you are bothered or not...[Image]



Yeah that's my concern, the stand is two legs at either end of the TV.
Monaco.Blue17/04/2019 21:52

I don't think it will be the weight given the differential. If anything …I don't think it will be the weight given the differential. If anything it will be the overhang at the sides, or not, and if so if you are bothered or not...[Image]


That’s not great advice. What if it is the weight? Bit of an expensive mistake to make if it collapsed... Wall mounts make reference to screens “up to” a certain size, and they’re definitely concerned about weight. A 600 vesa is a 600 vesa whatever the screen size.

Either way I think a 50” will be fine, how much difference could 1” really make?
Termeh5 h, 53 m ago

Yeah that's my concern, the stand is two legs at either end of the TV.


Why anyone ever thought that was a good idea I’ll never know. So inconvenient!
rubberyduck1 h, 34 m ago

That’s not great advice. What if it is the weight? Bit of an expensive m …That’s not great advice. What if it is the weight? Bit of an expensive mistake to make if it collapsed... Wall mounts make reference to screens “up to” a certain size, and they’re definitely concerned about weight. A 600 vesa is a 600 vesa whatever the screen size. Either way I think a 50” will be fine, how much difference could 1” really make?



Clearly if it's more than 18kg it's an issue, and if that unit is being wall mounted to house the tv, that's a whole different kind of issue going on there, and I'm not even interested in that conversation. Normally the issue for floor standing is the overhang, which is why I said what I said. Poster also said it was his concern, two legs at either end of the screen, ie potential overhang. The key assuming it's less than 18kg and not being wall mounted, is to measure the width, as the screen size is normally measured on the diagonal. If it's a newish tv and not square it should be fine.
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