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Monoprice Full-Motion Articulating TV Wall Mount Bracket - For TVs 23in to 42in, Max Weight 66lbs, Extension Range of 3...
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|Minimum VESA||75 x 75|
|Maximum VESA||100 x 100|
|Maximum Weight||33 lbs.|
|Minimum Display Size||13"|
|Maximum Display Size||27"|
|Tilt Range||±60 degrees|
|Swivel Range||±90 degrees|
|Rotation Range||360 degrees|
|Construction||Aluminum and Plastic|
|Wall Plate Dimensions||2.9" x 7.9"|
|Front Plate Dimensions||4.5" x 4.5"|
No logo on mount,
packaging, or manual
PROS: Directions: They were great, understandable and were super clear.
The hardware: Everything fit and everything was in the bag.
Adjustments: The engineering was great. You can tighten the ball socket so the monitor is easier or harder to me.
CONS: I did not buy this earlier
One thing to be careful of, there are some tiny clear 'rubber band like' pieces that are part of the arm assembly that goes inside the wall bracket, make sure not to knock these off as they are not easy to find after you've dropped them - especially if you didn't even realize they were there, or could come off...
PROS: Generally well designed, a fairly solid bracket assembly once it is adjusted
CONS: Not ready to go out of the box, needed to be disassembled and tightened before installation
Some internal parts easily lost
PROS: This mount was everything I hoped and a little more. Space saver
PROS: The backplate / wall bracket seems to be very sturdy when mounted correctly into a wall stud.
The wood screw phillips heads didn't strip away like some cheaper screws would do when turning them.
It has not killed anyone (yet).
It was ~$20.
CONS: There are plastic clips holding the arm into the slot for the wall bracket that don't appear to be very good quality.
The arm's elbow bolts may shear off before you even use it.
The plastic cap on top of the wall bracket doesn't fit if you run the cables up through the framework.
The arm bows slightly once the TV is mounted with a small tv.
CONS: Not sturdy at all.
The build quality is poor the mount wobbles at the wall bracket and at the VESA connection. There is no way to stop the wobble at the wall due to the way the arm attaches to the bracket it hangs in place and the monitor + arm acts as a downward lever to hold the arm inside the bracket. It's a neat concept, but in reality, when the monitor is adjusted the whole setup wobbles the up and down wobble when adjusting the tilt is comically bad, If the arm were actually mounted to the wall bracket with bolts or some other fastener, this wouldn't be an issue.
Also, the wall bracket looks like the mount allows for some vertical adjustment this is not actually possible. There is a small metal flange that holds the arm in place, which means that the arm can only be installed in one position.
The swivel joints are held tight with hex nuts on flat washers. This just doesn't work because the "swiveling" motion loosens the nuts and the whole thing becomes very sensitive and BONUS the swivel joints become wobbly when this happens. When you try to tighten the hex nut, the threading on the shaft comes off. I did this with a handheld nut driver, and I am not particularly musclebound.
I was able to fix the VESA mount's wobble I had to disassemble the swivel joint nearest the monitor and install a second washer (using my own lock washer) onto the back of the monitor mount to prevent the mount from wobbling inside the pivot joint. This could be solved through better manufacturing techniques or patched up using my lock washer approach.
PROS: it's decent looking, and has good cable management
CONS: everything else build quality, loose joints, uneven threads in VESA to arm connection, shaky,
PROS: This is the 2nd of this model I've used. The first has been in service for a couple years. Both are excellent
PROS: Excellant price for what it is
Adjustable in every way
PROS: Nice looking, Easy to mount, Provides a good range of motion. Great quality
CONS: The plastic cable wraps don't work well for thick cables.
PROS: Comes pre-assembled. Sturdy Mount. Adjustable Height after being mounted.
CONS: Allen wrench adjustments on the back of monitor can be hard to get to after the screen is mounted.