You can get them cheaper on eBay. Plus these ones make your TV stick massively.
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Yep mine came today the same this was a stonking price thanks again op(highfive)
Bracket arrived today . Model wm6411 which ranges up to 60". Comparable price at Amazon is £39.81 at the moment. All looks good, just need an hour or so in order to fit it rather than spending time on here spending (or saving) money :D .
Out of stock 😪
Thanks I look to close this then. Hopefully for those who have purchased it will be a breeze to install.
Not this one it wasn't - £14.99 it was, deal posted here also. Can't be bothered faffing around for the two quid though lol, it just arrived today.
I have one of these models and it's excellent... I've used expansion bolts in 6 places to hold it to the wall, so that sucker isn't going anywhere :D
Anyone got a link or recommendation for one that won't break the bank at 500mm+ extension?? It's for a 40" so no weight issues..cheers
Back up to £20 now
I've got these and works well. Bit stiff and can carry TV weight up to 45kg I think. Using it with a bigger TV than 56" and seems solid enough.
As far as I can see there are no reviews on Amazon for the product you linked. Maybe you saw them elsewhere, but I'd also take reviews for unknown brands with a pinch of salt, as it's well documented that a lot can be fake. I'm just saying, if you have a decent TV it might be worth spending a bit more as there are good mounts around £20, which not only are safer, but will give you extra features.
It’s safe look at the reviews left.the price is the bargain.i have a £3 spiegen case on my iPhone X does that worry me no it doesn’t.
1.5k TV on a £7.69 frame? I hope you have great insurance coverage.
is it best to get a tilting one?
I guess you could put more screws through it? Doesn't really matter as long as you can find the wood or metal studs the plasterboard attaches to and screw through to them
Cool. Think I’ll invest also as it looks like the bracket is quite sturdy and spreads the weight well on a plastered wall?
Bought one. It does, but not very far. The arms form a square at that point, so it's just how far this design can move. I think it's enough for what we need it for
Check the vid on the webpage. Looks like it
SomPun ts £12.74 on amazon lightning deal right now do you have link ?
Are 65 inch tvs top big to utilise the tilt function? Is general practise to use a fixed wall bracket so the TV is as close to the wall as possible?
would this work with https://www.johnlewis.com/toshiba-55u6863db-led-hdr-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-55-with-freeview-hd-freeview-play-black/p3585735
Damn, been after a mount like this, but its vesa isn't compatible with my TV according to its description ;(
Absolute bargain 👌
Thanks op, just ordered! Not sure if these are any good hopefully it does the job!
With a 65 inch TV, would it be better to get one of these so it's fixed to the wall or get one of the rotating ones?
Tilt design for £9.99 on Ebay --> Tilt design
Thanks anyway mate, bought on ebay (highfive)
Was about to pull the trigger on this but bought for £8 on ebay (some guy mentioned above)
Out of stock
Thanks I tried it again and it’s works but the website is so slow.
Try clearing your cache or restart the browser.... might help.. :/
It’s not adding to basket!!!
hmmm... i think so. (cheeky)... it's for ps4 not the pro.
Temptation removed! I would have bought this if it were not for the various worries I had about motion issues. I don't really want to compromise when I am dropping £2k on a TV! Holding out for either the updated version of this panny or an LG in black friday sales.
Expired out of stock.
the a9 and a7 processing must be a Swizz because by the sounds of it they are no better than the e6 from 2 years ago and probably all the same lol
Finally some sense from a fellow poster here. Everyone jumps on the defensive when the LG OLED's processing gets mentioned. I had a 77 inch C8. Motion interpolation artifacts were obvious and constant. Higher frame delay than competitors and HDR brightness was rubbish. Oh and like you say when it couldn't work out the motion correctly... Stutter.
totally agree. I had an e6 and the motion processing was abysmal. full of artefacts and stutter. my ez952 has stutter yes but very rarely and no artefacts at all I can see even with ifc set to max. I've also read on av forums that the alpha 7 and 9 processors are just as bad as the e6. full of motion interpolation artefacts. pleased i got the Panasonic. it's a much better tv imo
Screwfix have one for £25 rated at 200kg per shelf
Got a similar one and bending easily. Might build my own in the end.
Like others have said, looks identical to the one at Screwfix which is 610 X 305 X 1300MM although am Amazon listing for it has the height at 1520mm
Anybody know the size?
Agreed! Have this, paid double at the time. Extremely easy to build and at this price worth it to tidy all the “lighter” bits in your garage / shed. Heat from me
'Crap' as in I missed out!
Ah crap :-(
(highfive) thanks zeek
Good find heat
I'm looking at these but my Now Tv stick's plug is quiet big, is there much room for it behind the tv?
FYI. No stock around Belfast
It's got VESA 75mm & 100mm as well as the 200mm so can be used on smaller screens too
Nice bracket but not suitable for small tv
not in stock anywhere near.. :(
I wouldn't advise using those kit for TV.
I presumed that this listing must include the actual bracket, but on reading the reviews it is for what is pictured. Shocking price at £3.49 let alone £10.99
TV wall mounting is the one area that we all tend to go well OTT with. I've hung various TVs up to 50kg on brick walls with M8 coach screws, but that's massive overkill unless you have a big pan and tilt swivel arm. If it's a close to the wall slim bracket, and the weight is taken at right angles, you'll need something considerably less bulky. Think of it this way, if you have a double kitchen cupboard that's held up with 2 screws and is full of crockery/tins, that's going to be pretty heavy but nobody uses coach screws for installing kitchen units do they?
I cant locate the studs
Except your unlikely to get 4 screws all in the wood. 2 at best. Would need dry wall fittings in addition.
Would this support a 55” tv?
Only looking at this from the perspective of having fitted a tv to the wall last week using a different style bracket, this looks like it spreads all the load in a very small area? I’d be a bit scared of it falling off the wall :o Good price tho, maybe for a lightweight/smaller tv
Is this not the same? Posted yesterday, but voted hot, too bad nothing in my area https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/standard-flat-to-wall-up-to-50-tv-bracket-399-argos-3007507
This is the badger, thanks :)
How about this one ? https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/TV-Wall-Mount-Bracket-Tilt-Slim-For-14-18-20-24-30-32-42-Inch-3D-LED-LCD/263586557418?hash=item3d5efbadea:g:u2MAAOSwZZ5axKKB or https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/361922519874
That one is non-tilting though
A smaller one.. https://www.domu.co.uk/vonhaus-ultra-slim-tv-bracket-for-32-55-tvs
The Socketed Rare Tilting bracket is better as it give 10% higher defence, has higher durability and +1 attack, with the ability to attach upgrades.
Think it’s more the fixings you use to fix the bracket rather than the bracket itself that would be the issue!
Your speech impediment aside. It definitely won’t fit a 65” tv. ;)
It was said tongue in cheek
Should I trust a £5 bracket with my £750 TV? No thanks.
47" is a small tv?
Voted hot. But only for small tv
It wasn't me!
expired already sorry there was only one.my last few posts have been only one.somebody lightning quick probably following me about. ;(
Am I missing something 86 bar it’s days for me. Not voting yet
sorry gone was only one (mad)