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LCD TV Wall Bracket Only 98p @ Morrisons
LCD TV Wall Bracket Only 98p @ Morrisons

LCD TV Wall Bracket Only 98p @ Morrisons

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Morrisons are selling off LCD TV Wall brackets for only 98p.
They also have a slightly different design for £2.98.
Handy for hanging a TV in the bedroom methinks.
I have seen them in three west yorkshire stores, so am assuming this is widely available.

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Original Poster

http://i229.photobucket.com/albums/ee295/yorkshiretrebor/hotukdeals/lcd_bracket_3.jpg

Original Poster

The box contents...

http://i229.photobucket.com/albums/ee295/yorkshiretrebor/hotukdeals/lcd_bracket_4.jpg

Great Prince for small TV's, HOT From Me!!

great princess too ! hot

Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very strong to me.

thaigary

Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very … Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very strong to me.



put it up with the right sort of fixings and I would say it looks like it would be more than capable of holding it's recommended weight.

I have got one holding up a 32 inch, it is really strong, and easy to install.

Could this be used to fit an Acer Revo to the back of a TV I wonder...

bez

Could this be used to fit an Acer Revo to the back of a TV I wonder...



The clip for those is propitiatory, Don't think you'll find a cheap option.

Krooner

The clip for those is propitiatory, Don't think you'll find a cheap … The clip for those is propitiatory, Don't think you'll find a cheap option.



Well I have the 75x75 vesa adapter that came in the box, just my TV is 100x100 I think... so not sure if I could bolt that one onto this...

CrazyBob

The box contents...



lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

why such a BIG box....guess @rrp you were paying for lots of air

thaigary

Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very … Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very strong to me.



i wouldnt put anything over 20in screen on it......but id used my own screws....its those things that are doing the hard work

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royals

lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!why such a BIG box....guess @rrp you were paying for … lol!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!why such a BIG box....guess @rrp you were paying for lots of air



The box is only just bigger than the bracket - I resized the images.
In fact it took me ages to get the thing back in, there is a knack to it.
Edited by: "CrazyBob" 29th Aug 2010

Any good Chinglish in that manual?

thaigary

Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very … Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very strong to me.

iam with you on this one why chance it if you have paid £200+ for a telly i would get a stronger looking one just for peace off mind

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boltonboyuk

iam with you on this one why chance it if you have paid £200+ for a … iam with you on this one why chance it if you have paid £200+ for a telly i would get a stronger looking one just for peace off mind



I have just tried bending the bracket with my hands, couldn't do it.
Either I am a weakling or the bracket is stronger than I am (or maybe both).
I can't see a 24" LCD being anywhere near 25KG (stated max weight) so I am not worried.
Just make sure the screws are long enough.
Maybe drill a hole in the wall and put a bolt through. Your neighbour to hang a picture off the nut on the other side (_;)
Edited by: "CrazyBob" 29th Aug 2010

I'm with the couple people above. There is no way i would risk puting a tv i've paid 300 or 400+ for on one of these.

I mounted 3 of my tv's, 2 were larger (42" and 50") and for them I used 8 Projecting anchor bolts

But for my smaller tv I used Hammer in screw fixings like this;

http://www.screwfix.com/sfd/i/cat/95/p2409595_l.jpg

Obviously it's going to heavily depend on the type of wall you are faced with, just don't use the tiny plugs and screws that you would put up a small picture frame with!

All of my tv's are fine so far, 6 months on, and for reference my 32" LCD tv was in the region of 15kg without the stand attached.



Edited by: "AndrewRoss" 29th Aug 2010

subserviantdude

I'm with the couple people above. There is no way i would risk puting a … I'm with the couple people above. There is no way i would risk puting a tv i've paid 300 or 400+ for on one of these.



You'd surprise yourself if you went around and looked at what a £50 bracket from homebase looks like. There is pretty much no way that a 24" tv is going to be heavy enough to break the above bracket, even if you did only pay 98p for it.

Also for further reference I got my tv brackets from here;

techsolutionsni.com/ they are very reasonably priced.

I could get the stand now and save up for the Telly.

AndrewRoss

I mounted 3 of my tv's, 2 were larger (42" and 50") and for them I used 8 … I mounted 3 of my tv's, 2 were larger (42" and 50") and for them I used 8 Projecting anchor bolts But for my smaller tv I used Hammer in screw fixings like this;Obviously it's going to heavily depend on the type of wall you are faced with, just don't use the tiny plugs and screws that you would put up a small picture frame with!All of my tv's are fine so far, 6 months on, and for reference my 32" LCD tv was in the region of 15kg without the stand attached.



those rawlbolts you specified on the b&q site are totally unneccassary! They'd hold a car to a concrete ceiling! I use 10mm rawlplugs with 50mm long coach bolts, 4 are enough to hold a 60 inch plasma to a brick wall (fit them every day in schools)

craigstephens

those rawlbolts you specified on the b&q site are totally unneccassary! … those rawlbolts you specified on the b&q site are totally unneccassary! They'd hold a car to a concrete ceiling! I use 10mm rawlplugs with 50mm long coach bolts, 4 are enough to hold a 60 inch plasma to a brick wall (fit them every day in schools)



I agree, but you can never be too careful and what with people complaining about a 98p bracket etc holding a £400 tv, I figured £36 or whatever was a fair price to hold up nearly £3,000 worth of tv's. Plus my gf was really nervous about it so I compensated for that!
Edited by: "AndrewRoss" 29th Aug 2010

lol would I trust my TV in the hands of a quid
Edited by: "shadowdogg" 30th Aug 2010

thaigary

Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very … Cheap but I am not sure I would trust it to hold TV does not look very strong to me.



Not really the bracket you have to worry about. I'm yet to see one that isn't upto the job.
However, you do need to consider if your wall can take the weight of your TV over the surface area of the bracket.

some mad comments on this! of course it would hold a 24" tv, it would also be difficult to find one that weighed 25kg.

also, for anyone who spends £400 on a 24" tv, your crazy

I'd be a bit worried for my TV's safety at 99p but it'd be worth a shot..

For those worried about a 99p bracket holding their TV, I will buy one, and sell it to you for £25. Sorted.
The only reason people are saying it looks weak is because of the price. Nutjobs.

shadowdogg

lol would I trust my TV in the hands of a quid



so you would trust it if it cost £50?

some people just look at price alone and have no idea.... like those that buy hdmi cables for £40+ when a £2 cable works just as well.

Any mount is only as good as the fixings used.

Hot!

Good price.

and for those of you who seem rather uitra cautious ...

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was just the job when the neighbours kept complaining about our headboard banging against the bedroom wall!

voted cold just for using the word methinks...

methinks you're being rather harsh lol

toonarmani

[quote=shadowdogg]Any mount is only as good as the fixings used.



Yep, that and the wall your bolting it too

A plate that costs a few quid to make would probably take twice its stated maximum weight. The fixings and your wall may not.

The OP mentioned they do another one with a slightly different design. Does anyone know if it supports larger TV's?

I have a couple that I need to mount on stud walls, so ideally need a larger footprint mount.

Mentos

Yep, that and the wall your bolting it too :)A plate that costs a few … Yep, that and the wall your bolting it too :)A plate that costs a few quid to make would probably take twice its stated maximum weight. The fixings and your wall may not.



Keep away from those partitioning walls :P
Edited by: "KarlAnthonyPeel" 30th Aug 2010

Original Poster

noelflint

voted cold just for using the word methinks...



And there was me thinking this site was about finding good deals.
My mistake

Original Poster

Mentos

The OP mentioned they do another one with a slightly different design. … The OP mentioned they do another one with a slightly different design. Does anyone know if it supports larger TV's?I have a couple that I need to mount on stud walls, so ideally need a larger footprint mount.



The other one said it did up to 26" on the box.
The weight limit was less at 18kg though.

CrazyBob

The other one said it did up to 26" on the box.The weight limit was less … The other one said it did up to 26" on the box.The weight limit was less at 18kg though.



This place is quite reasonably priced for what I have found to be very good products, they also have an ebay store and delivery is quite fast. (not detracting from your fabulous 98p deal btw)

techsolutionsni.com/

shop.ebay.co.uk/tec…686

Edited by: "AndrewRoss" 30th Aug 2010

toonarmani

so you would trust it if it cost £50?some people just look at price alone … so you would trust it if it cost £50?some people just look at price alone and have no idea.... like those that buy hdmi cables for £40+ when a £2 cable works just as well. Any mount is only as good as the fixings used.



Huge difference between a cable and a mount. Are you going to trust the Eiffel tower with 10" bolts or 2" bolts.

thesaint

For those worried about a 99p bracket holding their TV, I will buy one, … For those worried about a 99p bracket holding their TV, I will buy one, and sell it to you for £25. Sorted.The only reason people are saying it looks weak is because of the price. Nutjobs.



You know, your absolutely right!! Look at the bracket in the picture, it's not been designed to hold a 32"+ TV, it's been designed for a small portable upto say 24" max and weighing about 10-15kg max, costing about £150.

The person who said he'd be looking at £300-£400 for a bracket is seriously not with the program. Maybe to hold your £5000 60" Pioneer Kuro Plasma weighing about 65kg!! Probably the £300-£400 bracket will go with the £100 1m HDMI cable you bought because the guy in the store said it was worth it because if made by a certain make!

You wouldn't be shopping at Morrisons for one for a big TV anyway.
Edited by: "stefor" 30th Aug 2010
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