Works fine. It's a little "loose" in the sense of how the shaft connects to the actual ceiling bracket. But I slid a small piece of plastic between the two (about the thickness of a credit card) too alleviate the "wiggle" of the mount.
Holds the projector fine, but hard to aim precisely
The directions for mounting the ceiling bracket are good, clear and give multiple choices depending on what you're mounting it to. The mount itself is ok, it hold the projector but can be hard to aim precisely. There doesn't seem to be a way to tighten the mount, so a slight bump of the projector requires reaiming the projector.
Mount easily installed on projector. Has a ball socket on bottom that swivels into position. Each day, projector moved a little and couldn't get enough tension on mount to keep from moving out of position. Weight of projector was around 10 lbs. Removed and tossed mount.
worked so good, I bought a second one when I moved
I've owned two of these units now. The first one I had mounted in my house. When I moved I took my projector and since the old one worked so good I had no hesitations about buying another for my new house. The way this mount expands I can't see why it wouldn't work with almost any projector as you can move the arms further and further out to accommodate different sizes.
Read many of the other reviews. If you need a mount that is adjustable, skip this one. It says it has the ability to adjust tilt, but it's useless. I debated getting a more expensive one with better tilt adjustment, but thought this would be ok. Just threw $20 away. lol. Will be getting a better mount. But it would be fine for someone who doesn't need something that's adjustable.
I was expecting the mount to be flimsy despite being listed as having steel construction. The three curved arms that connect the projector to the mount don't seem to be made of steel, though they are a metal compound of some sort.
Ordered three of these and, so far, the first has been a good first impression.
PROS: Sturdy design, decently finished, very inexpensive.
CONS: Actual appearance could be made a little more sleek to hide screws, but then again, it's not offensive.