VonHaus 15-42" TV Bracket £5.99 / VonHaus 33-60" Tilt TV Bracket £9.99 Delivered at DOMU
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VonHaus 15-42" TV Bracket £5.99 / VonHaus 33-60" Tilt TV Bracket £9.99 Delivered at DOMU

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Found 6th Feb
Seems like a good price for a slimline TV bracket. Perfect for a smaller set as it is compatible up to 42" sized TVs. Built in spirit level because no one likes a wonky TV on the wall, do they? All in all it's just another mount on a wall.

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  • This Bracket is Universal and will Fit most makes and models of LED, LCD and Plasma televisions with 15" to 42" screens.
  • Max Weight capacity: 40KG
  • Ultra low profile: measures just 27mm from the wall
  • VESA Compatibility: 50x50mm, 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x200mm, 300x200mm
  • Quick and easy to install - bracket comes complete with full instructions and free fitting hardware
TV Size
Designed to fit 15"-42" TV screens

VESA
VESA Dimension is the most important specification when considering the best TV Bracket for your television.

  • VESA compatibility: 50x50mm, 75x75mm, 100x100mm, 200x200mm, 300x200mm
  • Minimum compatible measurement is 50x50mm
  • Maximum compatible measurement is 300x200mm
  • Please ensure your TV is compatible with this brackets MAX VESA (300x200mm) by checking your TV's manual or by measuring the distance between the 4 holes on the rear of the television.
Load Capacity
This model can hold up to 40kg (88lb) . This model can sit 27mm from the wall .

Material
Made from heavy Gauge Cold Rolled Steel.

Installation
Can be installed on solid walls and single stud walls. All Fitting Hardware is included including a built- in spirit level.

Compatible Televisions
Compatible with 99% of makes including: Sony, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, Phillips, Toshiba, Sharp, Mitsubishi, Sanyo, JVC, Logik, Digihome, Technika and much more!



VonHaus 33-60" Tilt TV Bracket £9.99
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Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would tilt down a wee bit.
r2mahara25 m ago

Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would …Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would tilt down a wee bit.


There's this search box thingy on Domu's site
33208646-8koHO.jpgHere's one for £10: domu.co.uk/von…tvs
r2mahara30 m ago

Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would …Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would tilt down a wee bit.


I used one of these for our 50" TV and it's been fine - it was a bit too slim in the end so you have to remove the TV to fit any new wires in but other than that it's great.

amazon.co.uk/gp/…EVW

I have also used the Allcam tilting mount they sell for the TV in our bedroom and that was good as well.
Anyone got one? Is it any good?
Good deal Mr pink Floyd.
Though we don' need no education about TV brackets.
BubaMan43 m ago

There's this search box thingy on Domu's site [Image] Here's one for …There's this search box thingy on Domu's site [Image] Here's one for £10: https://www.domu.co.uk/vonhaus-tilt-tv-bracket-for-26-55-tvs



Haha - fair enough. I searched - there are about 3 suitable ones - was more looking for some first hand experience of these with that size telly. I've since read some past HUKD threads on this type of bracket and the feedback looks good.
r2mahara8 m ago

Haha - fair enough. I searched - there are about 3 suitable ones - was …Haha - fair enough. I searched - there are about 3 suitable ones - was more looking for some first hand experience of these with that size telly. I've since read some past HUKD threads on this type of bracket and the feedback looks good.


TBH, I don't think you can go far wrong with the flat-to-the-wall types, as long as your TV has sideways inputs (the straight out inputs might necessitate right-angle adapters).
The tilting kind might restrict access to the inputs on the bottom of the TV so bear that in mind too.

With cantilever arms, make damn sure you don't put too much weight on them as being away from the wall will put far more pull on the rawplugs.
r2mahara1 h, 24 m ago

Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would …Any advice on one that would take a 50 inch telly? Ideally one that would tilt down a wee bit.


VonHaus 32-70" Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket with Built-In Spirit Level for LED, LCD, 3D, Curved, Plasma, Flat Screen Televisions - Super Strong 75kg Weight Capacity amazon.co.uk/dp/…T9W
bubbles19691 h, 3 m ago

Anyone got one? Is it any good?


have bought a few things from domu, including a tv bracket, quality products, well made
I used one of these to mount a 55" TV as it was well within the weight allowed and I wanted a flush-as-possible finish (not sure why they have recommended screen sizes to be honest. I guess the bigger screens become more awkward to fit on these narrow mounts but mine was easy when looking down from the top). I wouldn't recommend using the in-built level as the length of the unit is too small to gauge accurately. I am very happy with the bracket and would recommend it.
Don't trust the in built spirit level. Use a proper level.
Edited by: "Smartguy1" 6th Feb
dereklogan79 h, 27 m ago

VonHaus 32-70" Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket with Built-In Spirit Level for …VonHaus 32-70" Tilt TV Wall Mount Bracket with Built-In Spirit Level for LED, LCD, 3D, Curved, Plasma, Flat Screen Televisions - Super Strong 75kg Weight Capacity https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B003U46SWC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_7gyEAbGSYFT9W

What's the quality like when compared to Sanus ones? I have a 65 LG oled
SomeOldBloke21 h, 32 m ago

not sure why they have recommended screen sizes to be honest.


I think its a legacy from the plasmas, where teh weight increases hugely with size. My Samsung 40 LCD, could be lifted by a 5 year old, but my Panasonic 46 Plasma would need two adults to get it on a wall mount.
I’m planning on buying the oled B7 soonish and would like a decent set of brackets. Could someone recommend something that doesn’t stick out too much. Thanks!
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