Ultimate Mounts Cantilever TV Wall Bracket for up to 80" TVs
42" up to 80"
VESA Compatible Dimensions:
100mm x 100mm
200mm x 100mm
200mm x 200mm
300mm x 300mm
300mm x 400mm
400mm x 200mm
400mm x 400mm
600mm x 400mm
Dowards Tilt of 12 Degrees
140 Degrees of Rotation
Distance to the wall:
Between 73mm to 623mm!
Maximum Load Capacity:
Up to 60kg
Powder Coated Carbon Steel
4x Plastic Wall Anchors
4x Self Tapping Wall Screws
Assorted Screw Pack for All TVs
Assorted Plastic Spacers
Assorted Metal Washers
All Dimensions Available In The Images
Whats Included in the box?
TV Wall Bracket
All Fixings Listed Above
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.
This is robustly built and seems to support my 65” tv with ease. The articulation allow many viewing angles
The horizontal adjustment is poor to non existent. I have mounted the wall plate perfectly level and with the two viewing options I have, there is slight droop to the right on one and slight droop on the left on the other. The advertised ‘spirit level’ is actually non existent in my version and the design doesn’t allow for level adjustment dispite a promising but unhelpful diagram in the instructions suggesting otherwise. More cable ties would have been good and a template for mounting, allowing for the many articulating options would have been helpful.
The mount will allow you to have a 90 degrees angle, just move it into position slowly, make sure you use the right raw plugs to go into the wall, there is a built in spirit level on the mount, so it’s easy to get it level, we put in small pilot holes first, then used the bigger drill. We are very happy with the end result, it was an easy job and only took about ten minutes.
I have a 42inch plasma which is very heavy and have never had any problems with the mount moving if that is what you are asking. It does need to be secured to a solid wall though to cope with the weight when extended out. Hope this helps.
Mine is also on an internal plasterboard wall, and has given me no problems, just make sure you use suitable wall fixings. I used metal ones that as you screw, the back pulls in and spreads behind the board.
I hope this helps.
Yes it does is the short answer I will take some pics as my tv is the same size.
This is on a dot and dab wall I used special bolts from here M8 bolts and I swung from the bracket, I'm 16 stone
When fully extended does it droop slightly (oh dear this doesn't sound good). I.e. I want the to to sit an inch above the surface it's over when full extended, do I need to allow more height for it bending?
I've had the mount for 4 years now. It's mounted with a 55inch Samsung Smart TV model UE55D8000 which we bought in April 2012. The TV is extremely light in weight, and quite a bit lighter than the mount. The mount is a cantilever design and is very, very solid. There is no vertical "give" (ie movement) in any of its hinges, so you'll get no droop whatsoever. The mount is very heavy and made from solid steel, so ideally someone to help when fixing it would be an advantage. Mine is fixed to an external wall of breeze block faced with plaster board. Make sure you drill through and fix into the breeze block. I can't advise you if it's a stud wall, apart from saying that it would have to be fixed into the upright studs for sure.