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|Mount Type: Wall mount||Color: White|
|Adjustability: Tilt; Swivel; Articulating/Extending arm||Mounting Pattern: 75MM / 100MM; 200MM x 100MM|
|Weight Capacity: 40 Pounds||Compatible Screen Size: 20" - 27"; 28" - 32"|
|Compatible TV Brand: Samsung; Vizio; Sony; Sharp; LG; Panasonic||Country of Manufacture: China|
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Excellent quality, but very heavy.
two.bits.11 from Sicklerville, NJ– Verified Buyer
There is no better quality mount out there, but it seems overkill for the size screens it is designed to support. Very compact, but very heavy.
Just what was wanted
W from British Columbia, Canada– Verified Buyer
My husband used this product to mount his touch screen computer on a bookcase near his chair. It is such an improvement over being on a stand. He can swing it out when needed and tuck it away when not in use, and leaves the floor clear of clutter. It was easy to install and strong enough for the weight of the computer. No problems so far.
Just Wat I was looking for
Berny from Fournier Ontario Canada– Verified Buyer
It is all great specially the fact that this swing arm is really design for small TVs and not a large unit with adaptors removed.
this is the second one I have purchased
machineman from Huntsville, Al– Verified Buyer
I purchased the mount because the lcd I purchased had to be at a downward angle to be viewed while lying in bed. The hardest part of the installation was making sure I found the center of the wall stud. Very good design and very sturdy and flexable. Worth the price.
Outstanding mount for iMAC 24"
Steve from Austin TX– Verified Buyer
Used to mount 24Imac to kitchen wall. Great product, easy to install (had more of a challenge with the iMAC VESA mount). Be sure to list iMAC on web site so that others can consider this for use.
Far Better Than Competition
Lman from Denver, CO– Verified Buyer
I carefully and systematically compared all major competition for 22 inch LCD on-wall mounting. Major competitors including Sanus and Omnimount offer either a very flimsy "small" size articulating mount with poor reviews online, or huge bulky "medium" size articulating mount with a huge flat metal panel swing arm mechanism which I found quite unattractive and unnecessarily bulky. (I actually purchased 3 of these and brought them home to examine.)My office has three wall mounted 32 and 37 inch LCD's that use a larger Chief mount (which is of the same design as this smaller counterpart) and they are excellent in design and function and support. So, faced with the inadequate competition, I went ahead and ordered the Chief online. Although I wished that I could have purchased locally, my experience with Chief led me to take the risk. The Chief mount is FAR superior, truly. Unlike the offset approach of others, it is mounted in the center of the space the LCD will hang (which makes for easier configuring and positioning), and it is streamlined in appearance and has built-in cord concealment. It also includes a larger size VESA 200mm conversion mountplate (rather than having to order it separately).Finally, my [...]experience could not have been more favorable.[...]GREAT mount (and I have a lot of experience) and worth waiting for arrival. Far superior to alternatives especially for the 20 - 23 inch (larger side of the small) monitors!
Great product; I made poor choice.
CajunCaesar from New Iberia, LA– Verified Buyer
The mount was intended to be used under a shelf in an office on a drilling rig where desktop space is very limited. The lack of vertical adjustment was the problem. I re-ordered a different type of mount.
Tech Pro from New Jersey– Verified Buyer
This is an extremely sturdy mount and will be easy to mount for anyone with even moderate skill with a power drill. Only two (long) screws need to be placed into a stud. The mount allows for easy switching from portrait to landscape. For those that are more do-it-yourself challenged the equivalent deskmount (I have one of each type of mount) is truly trivial to install, but is more expensive