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Up to 70 inch TVs

3255BKT  Full Details

ValuBrackets Cantilever TV Wall Bracket for up to 70" TVs

TV Size:

  • 35" up to 70"

VESA Compatible Dimensions:

  • 100mm x 100mm
  • 200mm x 100mm
  • 200mm x 200mm
  • 300mm x 200mm
  • 300mm x 300mm
  • 300mm x 400mm
  • 400mm x 200mm
  • 400mm x 400mm
  • 600mm x 400mm

Tilting Feature:

  • Upwards Tilt of 15 Degrees
  • Downwards Tilt of 15 Degrees

Swivel Feature:

  • 90 Degrees of Rotation

Distance to the wall:

  • Between 120mm to 410mm!

Maximum Load Capacity:

  • Up to 50kg


  • Powder Coated Carbon Steel

Installation Compatibility:

  • Solid Wall
  • Single Stud

Fixings Included:

  • 4x Plastic Wall Anchors
  • 4x Self Tapping Wall Screws
  • Assorted Screw Pack for All TVs
  • Assorted Plastic Spacers
  • Assorted Metal Washers


  • 3255BKT


  • All Dimensions Available In The Images

Whats Included in the box?

  • TV Wall Bracket
  • All Fixings Listed Above
  • Instruction Manual

VESA Dimensions is the most important specification when considering the best bracket for your TV. Please double check your TV is compatible with this bracket's maximum VESA (600mm x 400mm) by checking your TV's manual or by measuring the distance between the 4 holes on the rear of your TV.

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Vertical TiltYES
Warranty1 Year
Bracket DesignSwing Arm
TV TypeLED/LCD/Plasma
TV Size35" to 70"
Fixing TypeUniversal
VESA 200 x 100NO
VESA 200 x 200YES
Max TV Weight50Kg

TWIN ARM WALL MOUNT FOR 32 - 55 TV s reviews verified by reevooReevoo

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forfar GB Style conscious
I liked the quality & construction of the bracket.I was not thin metal & poor hinges.It also had a good sized back plate for mounting on the wall between two wall posts. Most other brackets only have one mounting point.
A template for mounting the bracket would have made fitting much easier.
Confirmed purchase: 03 March 2018
Published on: 31 March 2018

Questions people have asked owners of the TWIN ARM WALL MOUNT FOR 32 - 55 TV s

  1. Matt asked on
    How wide is the wall plate? My studs are 24 inches apart so need a long wall plate. Thanks.
    1. Kerry replied on
      Wall plate is 25 inches by 10 inches. Hope that helps.
    2. Richard replied on
      About 17 inches between centres.
  2. Stuart asked on
    Hi, how far from the wall does the bracket sit when not extended? I.e. Does the TVs appear to sit a long way from the wall as the bracket looks quite bulky? Thanks.
    1. Neil replied on
      Although the bracket looks bulky it all folds in on it's self so the back of the TV is quite close to the wall and if you tilt it down it will touch the wall
  3. Steve asked on
    The product description mentions 15 degree tilt. Is this vertical tilt? If so, does anyone know how much horizontal tilt there is? i.e. How many degrees can it swing from being parallel with the wall mounting?


    Steve j
    1. neil replied on
      Sorry to say the mount was fitted into an alcove at a house i'm no longer at. All I can say is that the bracket allowed the tv to be stored against the wall and then rotated out into the room for viewing from any where. I can't say anymore.
  4. jaime asked on
    Will this work with a 65" Sony unboxed weight is 24.1 kg?
    1. Graeme replied on
      Sorry I wouldn't have a clue. It holds my 10/12 years old 40" Sony Bravia KDL40W2000 if you can find a weight for that online. The description says 32-55 so you might want to check with the retailer as well
  5. Martin asked on
    I am looking at buying this bracket, mounting onto external wall which is plaster, 1-2 inch cavity then breeze block/brick. Are the fixing screws long enough to penetrate deep enough into brick/breeze to hold this securely? My other bracket (which is no longer sold) came with screws roughly 4-5 inches long which is fine. Thanks for any help in advance.
    1. david replied on
      I fitted years back, but the screws were probably around 75mm , more like bolts and pretty substantial
  6. A asked on
    Hi, Has anyone had luck with this on a Samsung, also, will this be okay half mounted on a plasterboard, half on a studded wall? im looking to mount my 40" 10kg LED

    1. John replied on
      Would recommend to get as many fixings in the studs as possible
      Unit is not a light one
      And use quality heavy duty hollow wall fixings in excess of the units weight limit

    2. John replied on
      If u can stretch outer fixing holes to stud work on both sides in the centre of the studs and horizontal studs should be ok
      If still unsure get a pro to fit it
  7. Jay asked on
    I have a LG 50 Inch 50PC1D Plasma TV, I wanted to use this bracket to put the TV up in the kitchen. I wanted a swivel action bracket which enables me to move the tv to the kitchen area, will this bracket be able to take the weight of that TV?
    I know this is a heavy piece of kit, if this bracket will tick all the boxes, that's fantastic. Let me know please.
    1. Anthony replied on
      The bracket is industrial and heavy duty and it wouldn't surprise me if it weighed more than your TV! Just ensure the bracket is attached to the wall properly and you'll have no worries whatsoever with the bracket itself being able to handle the weight of your TV.

      I've fitted a Vogel wall mount before which is about as good as it gets. It was extremly light but super strong and the action to move the TV about was so smooth it was unbelievable. The only problem is that these superior units start at £200 up to £2000, but they are worth it for the quality. This time around I was on a budget so opted for this unit. The action is a lot stiffer than the Vogel but it does the job and it' construction feels military grade. For the price you can't go wrong.
    2. Jade replied on
      Hi There
      This will take the weight if you are mounting it into a brick or breeze block solid wall, into a stud wall,even with lots of wood reinforcing will be a gamble. This thing is stiff and the angle through which you can move it is limited but sufficient for my needs. I don't think a thin TV will like being tugged at, regularly, with the power needed to move this bracket back and forth, considering its stiffness. The price is great and the mechanics for this bracket is heavy duty. I weigh 123 kg and have stood on the bracket twice while trying to install speaker cables in my son's play room so the manufacturing quality is great.
    3. Terry replied on
      I agree with other comments - this bracket is excellent, the weakest point will be your wall or wall fixings!
  8. Marc asked on
    Is this suitable for a corner if I mount on a flat wall next to the corner and then swing the tv using the mount to fit into the corner, only the corner brackets are limited and can't tilt etc.
    1. Huw replied on
      Yeah. You may have to mount away from the corner. But I often swing the telly out to a 45 degree angle no issues. Great bracket.
    2. Belinda replied on
      Yes i have it mounted the arms angled so my tv looks like its in the corner people look to see howmounted they like it
    3. Hugh replied on

      Obviously mounting it immediately adjacent to the corner will limit the range of movement but it doesn't sound that this will be an issue for you. I would suggest that you mount it so that the side of the TV is an inch away from the wall so you can get your fingers round the TV to move it. Bear in mind that it is the TV that you are mounting and not really the bracket. The bracket is so versatile that you can mount the bracket first, move the swivel so that it is at an angle to the wall and then mount the TV to the bracket. Remember also that if you want to tilt the TV then that will take the corner of the TV nearer to the wall. This is a two man job! The bracket is very heavy and I cannot imagine doing it on my own. The instructions say the same. I would suggest that before deciding on where to mount the bracket exactly, you mount a piece of card the size of the tv and then, with someone holding the bracket in place you try to move the tv to the desired positions that you may want it in. From that you can see exactly how much room you need and where to mount the bracket. This is a fantastic bracket and at a great price. I was offered a bracket with no better spec that this (apart from a cable guide) for three times the price!
    4. desmond replied on
      Yes would work in a corner , you would have to move it out parallel to the wall it is not hung on first, then twist and swivel it, great mounting bracket
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