Mount-It! LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket with Full Motion Swing Out Tilt and Swivel Articulating Arm for 13-42" Flat Screen Displays with VESA 75 to 200, 44lb Weight Capacity WITH 18" EXTENSION
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This mount fits the majority of displays in the 23-42" size range.
Specifically, it fits VESA 75x75, 100x100, 200x100, 200x200. If you are unfamiliar with VESA patterns, these are square or rectangular patterns between 3 and 16 inches per side.
Weight limit is 44lbs.
This mount provides 18" of extension and collapses to 3.4" from the wall.
This is a full motion mount with 360 degrees of rotation, +/- 15 degrees of tilt and 180 degrees of swivel.
The load bearing portions of the mount are constructed from High Grade Steel providing a sturdy and reliable mount and separate cover pieces for the wall plate and pivot joints providing a clean finished look.
The package includes the mount, manual, all necessary installation hardware.
Most helpful customer reviews
57 of 58 people found the following review helpful.
A well made, sturdy mount.
By Mark Montminy
I received this TV wall mount at a discount from the seller for evaluation.
I have to be honest, I wasn't expecting much when I ordered this mount. I had 2 smallish TVs to mount recently, one in my camper, another in my basement near my treadmill. For the camper, I bought an inexpensive but highly rated mount from Amazon. For the basement TV, which was smaller, I opted to try this mount. It looked more "spindly" from the photos, but I was only mounting a 22" TV.
I was shocked when I picked up the box, it was much heavier than I expected. Unpacking it, it quickly become clear why. This is made from heavy gauge welded steel. For a single-arm design, it's more stable than the dual-arm mount I bought for the camper.
The only plastic on the mount, are the cable clips, caps for the hinge bolts, and the pivot joint for the TV plate. As others have indicated, the cable clips aren't that great, they're fairly flimsy. So far though, they're holding up to a few HDMI and power cables running through them.
Included is a decent selection of bolts for mounting the TV to the plate, along with a few washers, and plastic spacers. The spacers were a nice touch, the other mount I bought didn't come with any, and the included bolts were too long, so I had to improvise. This also had bolts that were too long, but the spacers and washers took care of that.
The included lag bolts are quite long, though I do wish they were hex heads, rather than philips. Even with pre-drilling with the recommended drill size, one of the 3 seized up in the stud %80 of the way in, and if I try to go any deeper, or extract it, the screw bit starts jumping threatening to strip the head. The other 2 went in well, and the mount is sufficiently sturdy that it's not a problem. Screw heads just lack the bite for this application.
This mount was a few dollars less than the other one I bought, and seems to be much sturdier. It swings more smoothly. Should I need another mount, I'll be ordering this one again.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.
Holds my 28" and came w/ all mounting hardware and screws needeed :)
By Amazon Customer
Great bang for the buck.
I was skeptical at first that it would hold my 28" but now after using it for 6 or so months I feel it would safely hold a bigger screen.
Works great if you kind of use 2 hands and adjust it into position.
Came w/a bunch of different screws for wall/bolts for back of TV for many applications/different tv's / monitors. Love that (no running to hardware store)!!!
I have it in my RV bedroom holding my 28" computer monitor and it does just fine.
I unplug power cable and hdmi wire and lift up on monitor to remove it before travel and then when we arrive I slide it back onto the arm as the mount stays on the back of the TV, plug wires back in and it's ready to use.
The wire holder clips that snap into the arm to neatly hold wires in place don't work for more than a few weeks but zip ties will do the job.
I am planning on getting another one so I can bring the monitor into the main living area of the RV (when needed) and have another hdmi and power cable ready in place.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful.
Even works for computer display
I am in the process of building a computer workstation using IKEA - IVAR parts for the supports and shelving. My main work surface area has an overhead shelf that I had to allow about 23 inches so my HP monitor HP ENVY 32-Inch QHD Media Display with Bang & Olufsen Speakers that I purchased from Amazon, would fit The work surface has a depth of 29 inches so when the display was against the back edge it was sometimes difficult to read printed material. Instead sliding the display with the stand back and forth I decided to mount the display on a system that would allow me to adjust the position of the display.
The first mount I tried was one that would affix to the work surface Heavy Duty Gas Spring Single LCD Arm Stand Monitor Desk Mount Supports Heavy Monitors, The Weight At Least More than 20lbs, Fits for 17"-34" Monitor. I had some problems using this mount as I could not get the mounting surface low enough to attach the display.
So my next option was using a mount that would attach to a wall. Instead of securing the mount to the wall I fabricated a couple cross member between the shelf system vertical supports and attached the mount. With the swivel arm fully extended I was able to attach the display with no problems.
There are two main components for this system. The first is the swivel arm assembly. The second is a separate assembly that attaches to the back of the display with then slides onto the end of the arm.
I have been using this mount assembly for about three months and I am pleased with the results.
If you are concerned about using a mount assembly designed for a TV versus a computer display I would like to point out that it appears that manufactures of TV's, computer displays and the different types of mount assembles all tend to use the same general hole alignment patterns.