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PULSE  Tilting TV Wall Mount - 37" to 80" Screen £10.04 delivered @ CPC Farnell
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PULSE  Tilting TV Wall Mount - 37" to 80" Screen £10.04 delivered @ CPC Farnell

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Posted 7th Feb

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Model: PLS610

Product Overview

Fits flat panel screens from 37" to 80"
Allows better viewing angles to reduce glare
Tilt: 15.5° down
Easy to install design
Distance from wall: 76.7mm
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Gap to wall far too big, and make sure you buy one that’s locked using a slide bar, because the other kind (locking screws) can be difficult using a long nose screwdriver.

I’ve mounted a load of these, and can not recommend this.

For a tenner, you get better ones on Amazon.
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Cheap as chips, though theangle is minimal it is handy, heat added.
I cannot imagine anyone using such an over the top monstrosity to hang a 37" tv
That gap off wall looks huge
I have 2 of these. One for 43" "old style" Panasonic (quite heavy) and a new 55" Samsung. No complaints. Bargain for £10
Just what I needed; cheers
Gap to wall far too big, and make sure you buy one that’s locked using a slide bar, because the other kind (locking screws) can be difficult using a long nose screwdriver.

I’ve mounted a load of these, and can not recommend this.

For a tenner, you get better ones on Amazon.
Can you recommend some. Want one in preparation for next TV whenever that is!
ferdy14708/02/2020 15:44

Can you recommend some. Want one in preparation for next TV whenever that …Can you recommend some. Want one in preparation for next TV whenever that is!


Von Haus is generally well regarded.
amorebargains08/02/2020 17:35

Von Haus is generally well regarded.


Agree. I have 2 of the Von Haus ones from amazon. Same price but goes up to 55 inch not 80. .
ferdy14708/02/2020 15:44

Can you recommend some. Want one in preparation for next TV whenever that …Can you recommend some. Want one in preparation for next TV whenever that is!


Something like this, you’ll see the locking bar on it, these are so much easier to lock the tv in place compared to the screw type (you’ll need a looooong nose screwdriver), or the pull cords (can be hit or miss).

This one doesn’t tell me how far away it sits from the wall though, but if you can get it 4cm or less then happy days....5cm is the max I’d go for.


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Make sure you don't make the mistake of buying one that is closest to the wall as possible like I have which are the cheapos. Because majority of you will need access at some point and only way to access it is by lifting it off with two people. Plus most of these close to wall have a screw you need to unscrew with a really long screwdriver and it's takes a while and is frustrating. Instead I bought one that does a lot more, pulls out, turns to portrait tilts all directions etc. 8cm away from the wallnit is quite big gap but for what it does it's reasonable. the other one looked better obviously but it wasn't convenient. This one is 7.6cm from wall but only tilts down and up which isn't so good. You can get ones that do the same for less space.
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andywedge08/02/2020 21:37

Thanks for posting. We have added your thread to the Highlights pages …Thanks for posting. We have added your thread to the Highlights pages


Cheers Andy.
lollypoplee07/02/2020 20:18

I cannot imagine anyone using such an over the top monstrosity to hang a …I cannot imagine anyone using such an over the top monstrosity to hang a 37" tv



I can. I have a 40" TV and am going to upgrade to a 65" hopefully soon
Same design in argos £49.99
DJS555508/02/2020 14:46

Gap to wall far too big, and make sure you buy one that’s locked using a s …Gap to wall far too big, and make sure you buy one that’s locked using a slide bar, because the other kind (locking screws) can be difficult using a long nose screwdriver.I’ve mounted a load of these, and can not recommend this.For a tenner, you get better ones on Amazon.



Which would you recommend?
Could you link me a similar spec one for a 65"?

Thank you
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