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Invision Ultra Slim Tilt Swivel TV Wall Mount Bracket 26-60” TV Screens £20.24 @ Invision Technology / Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Invision Ultra Slim Tilt Swivel TV Wall Mount Bracket 26-60” TV Screens £20.24 @ Invision Technology / Fulfilled by Amazon.

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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Product Description
Invision TV brackets have designed our product range with an overwhelming commitment to quality. Some other cantilever TV brackets only achieve a closed depth distance of 7 inches from the wall, our product folds away neatly to an impressive 46.8mm, well under 2 inches. Engineered to be compatible with most makes and models of TVs with VESA mounting holes 100mm x 100mm, 100mm (h) x 200mm (w), 200mm x 200mm, 200mm(h) x 300mm(w), 250mm(h) x 400mm(w), 200mm(h) x 400mm(w), 300mm x 300mm, 300mm(h) x 400mm(w), 400mm x 400mm with M4 M5 M6 or M8 fixing bolts this easy to install bracket comes with all the necessary hardware and installation guide included. Our back plate is narrow yet strong and can be fitted to wood stud, brick or concrete (NOT suitable for plasterboard walls), each arm has integrated cable management to give better functionality, tidiness and a higher quality finish. Our hinge mechanism used to operate the tilting feature is a one-touch tool less operation, advancing from the widely used and dated and impractical nuts and bolts arrangement which require much manual adjustment. The cantilever arm reaches an impressive 500mm extension and able to manoeuvre left and right over 180 degrees dependent on the size of the TV screen, providing the much needed versatility to optimise your viewing experience. Ideal for kitchens bedrooms and all other home and office entertainment areas. Please note: The H400 adapter plates that come with this bracket can be fixed either vertical or horizontal to avoid covering any input/output ports etc. PLEASE CHECK YOUR TV VESA MOUNTING HOLE MEASUREMENTS BEFORE PURCHASE

Safety Warning
NOT suitable for plasterboard walls - only wood stud & masonry

Box Contains
TV Wall Mount
Instructions
Full Fixing Kit

Features & details
Includes high speed HDMI cable (1080p 1.4v) plus 6 inch tri-axis spirit level
Compatible TV mounting holes 100mm x 100mm to 400mm x 400mm, see description for more details
Ultra slim wall distance 55mm/2.2” maximum arm extension 500mm, maximum load capacity 40kg (88lbs)
Tool free tilting action technology, tilts back -5° and tilts forward +8° with 180° swivel left to right
Quick and easy installation & 25 year warranty, all parts covered by Invision Product Guarantee
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I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit.

Make sure you read the instructions about placing the screw holes off centre. Otherwise your TV won't be centered.

Also personally I think the fixings are overkill for a 50 inch TV, if its still the huge bolts they supply. I worked out the total weight was around 19 kg for my TV and the bracket around 1/2 the max. It's alot easier to install 4 decent sized screws and heavy duty wall plugs. However make sure they are correct for the load and wall type.

Your local hardware shop will be able to help

Also if it's not totally level loosen the pictured bolts slightly and you can adjust it a little

39238199.jpgNo doubt this is where someone says the mount is upside down, however you know what you are looking for

Final point make sure the screws to the TV are correct, you might have some already in the back however alot of the time these are not designed for wall mounting and you will probably need longer ones. However the kit supply's numerous fixings and spacers. If not they are cheap enough to pick up.

If you are not trunking through the wall and have an ikea near by have a look at an uppleva cable cover. You can cut it to length and it's easy to fix to the wall. Then just paint the same colour as the wall.

Forgot to mention, you will probably need longer hdmi, network and a power supply cables to hide them.

ikea.com/gb/en/p/uppleva-cable-cover-strip-white-80224893/
Edited by: "Daniboy" 3rd Dec 2019
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I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit.

Make sure you read the instructions about placing the screw holes off centre. Otherwise your TV won't be centered.

Also personally I think the fixings are overkill for a 50 inch TV, if its still the huge bolts they supply. I worked out the total weight was around 19 kg for my TV and the bracket around 1/2 the max. It's alot easier to install 4 decent sized screws and heavy duty wall plugs. However make sure they are correct for the load and wall type.

Your local hardware shop will be able to help

Also if it's not totally level loosen the pictured bolts slightly and you can adjust it a little

39238199.jpgNo doubt this is where someone says the mount is upside down, however you know what you are looking for

Final point make sure the screws to the TV are correct, you might have some already in the back however alot of the time these are not designed for wall mounting and you will probably need longer ones. However the kit supply's numerous fixings and spacers. If not they are cheap enough to pick up.

If you are not trunking through the wall and have an ikea near by have a look at an uppleva cable cover. You can cut it to length and it's easy to fix to the wall. Then just paint the same colour as the wall.

Forgot to mention, you will probably need longer hdmi, network and a power supply cables to hide them.

ikea.com/gb/en/p/uppleva-cable-cover-strip-white-80224893/
Edited by: "Daniboy" 3rd Dec 2019
Daniboy03/12/2019 00:39

I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure …I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure you read the instructions about placing the screw holes off centre. Otherwise your TV won't be centered.Also personally I think the fixings are overkill for a 50 inch TV, if its still the huge bolts they supply. I worked out the total weight was around 19 kg for my TV and the bracket around 1/2 the max. It's alot easier to install 4 decent sized screws and heavy duty wall plugs. However make sure they are correct for the load and wall type.Your local hardware shop will be able to helpAlso if it's not totally level loosen the pictured bolts slightly and you can adjust it a little[Image] No doubt this is where someone says the mount is upside down, however you know what you are looking for Final point make sure the screws to the TV are correct, you might have some already in the back however alot of the time these are not designed for wall mounting and you will probably need longer ones. However the kit supply's numerous fixings and spacers. If not they are cheap enough to pick up.If you are not trunking through the wall and have an ikea near by have a look at an uppleva cable cover. You can cut it to length and it's easy to fix to the wall. Then just paint the same colour as the wall. Forgot to mention, you will probably need longer hdmi, network and a power supply cables to hide them.ikea.com/gb/en/p/uppleva-cable-cover-strip-white-80224893/


Thanks for the comprehensive write up, I'm sure In-Vision would thank you too. Due to your information I'm buying one!

Update: except the link won't work for me...
Edited by: "hotUKdealFINDER" 3rd Dec 2019
Link doesn't work
Daniboy03/12/2019 00:39

I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure …I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure you read the instructions about placing the screw holes off centre. Otherwise your TV won't be centered.Also personally I think the fixings are overkill for a 50 inch TV, if its still the huge bolts they supply. I worked out the total weight was around 19 kg for my TV and the bracket around 1/2 the max. It's alot easier to install 4 decent sized screws and heavy duty wall plugs. However make sure they are correct for the load and wall type.Your local hardware shop will be able to helpAlso if it's not totally level loosen the pictured bolts slightly and you can adjust it a little[Image] No doubt this is where someone says the mount is upside down, however you know what you are looking for Final point make sure the screws to the TV are correct, you might have some already in the back however alot of the time these are not designed for wall mounting and you will probably need longer ones. However the kit supply's numerous fixings and spacers. If not they are cheap enough to pick up.If you are not trunking through the wall and have an ikea near by have a look at an uppleva cable cover. You can cut it to length and it's easy to fix to the wall. Then just paint the same colour as the wall. Forgot to mention, you will probably need longer hdmi, network and a power supply cables to hide them.ikea.com/gb/en/p/uppleva-cable-cover-strip-white-80224893/


Superb post thanks for write up. I recently bought the heavy duty version of this and your information will be very helpful when it comes to installation.
Daniboy03/12/2019 00:39

I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure …I have had one of these for 4 years, it's a decent bit of kit. Make sure you read the instructions about placing the screw holes off centre. Otherwise your TV won't be centered.Also personally I think the fixings are overkill for a 50 inch TV, if its still the huge bolts they supply. I worked out the total weight was around 19 kg for my TV and the bracket around 1/2 the max. It's alot easier to install 4 decent sized screws and heavy duty wall plugs. However make sure they are correct for the load and wall type.Your local hardware shop will be able to helpAlso if it's not totally level loosen the pictured bolts slightly and you can adjust it a little[Image] No doubt this is where someone says the mount is upside down, however you know what you are looking for Final point make sure the screws to the TV are correct, you might have some already in the back however alot of the time these are not designed for wall mounting and you will probably need longer ones. However the kit supply's numerous fixings and spacers. If not they are cheap enough to pick up.If you are not trunking through the wall and have an ikea near by have a look at an uppleva cable cover. You can cut it to length and it's easy to fix to the wall. Then just paint the same colour as the wall. Forgot to mention, you will probably need longer hdmi, network and a power supply cables to hide them.ikea.com/gb/en/p/uppleva-cable-cover-strip-white-80224893/


Could you show me/tell me how far this bracket would fold back against the wall fully extended please?? Whilst rotating the central TV end hinge fully one way at the same time

I want to hang one near a corner for occasional rotation round a corner, hard to explain but really need 500 extension minimum,ideally longer and I'm sure I found one at 560 or 600, but can't find it again
Tbh it was too expensive at the time ... But haven't seen anything else that comes close
IWANTBLUE03/12/2019 12:39

Could you show me/tell me how far this bracket would fold back against the …Could you show me/tell me how far this bracket would fold back against the wall fully extended please?? Whilst rotating the central TV end hinge fully one way at the same timeI want to hang one near a corner for occasional rotation round a corner, hard to explain but really need 500 extension minimum,ideally longer and I'm sure I found one at 560 or 600, but can't find it again Tbh it was too expensive at the time ... But haven't seen anything else that comes close


Sorry I can't my cables are fitted and taped to the back. Check the description it should state the length
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