Steel Floor TV Stand with Wheels for a 27 to 60 inch Television, Height-Adjustable, Rotating and Tilting - Black
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This floor TV stand with wheels is designed to hold a 27 to 60 inch flat panel LCD monitor that weighs no more than 77 pounds. The television display fixture has a telescoping, height-adjustable desig
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I installed a LG 47LE8500 TV (47" which weighs 50 lbs). Installation was pretty much easy in the way that I did it. I would highly recommend having someone helping when lifting and attaching the TV to the stand. My tv was 200x200 vesa so I didnt need the bracket and the extra adapters. Once installed you can easily roll it. I found it much easier to roll it when the TV was in vertical mode instead of horizontal mode. The construction of the stand feels pretty dam good and its not incredibly heavy. Also the wheels are lockable. You just have to make sure if you want that clean look you need some very long cords. The stand is rated up to 65lbs or so and supports 47". I'd imagine as long as your weight isnt that more it can support more than 47".Also rotating the tv attached is a little snug but I'm very OK with that. I'd rather have it snug than super easy to rotate. I'll imagine in months or years it might be a little easier. Just need to break it in.
Also folks wonder if this thing is going to tip over. I think its engineered well enough that the base can handle whatever you throw at it as long as it doesn't exceed the supported weight.
So this pretty much accomplished what I needed to do. I have included some pictures of my setup for show. I've been after one of these for many years but I didn't want to pay HUNDREDS of Dollars. Any questions feel free to ask!
The product itself is heavy, has a nice finish, and comes with many bags of parts to fit the mountings of many sizes of televisions. The instructions were practically useless but eventually I was able to figure out a configuration that worked. You are supplied with tools, but I found it was easier to grab some "real" tools for the assembly.
The power cord for my smart TV (attached to an extension cord) and another cord have been threaded down the hollow pipe and out the bottom to the power supply. This was not easy, they kept snagging up on the interior of the pipe and I had to jam something in there to force them down. But now the look of the whole setup is very tidy with no cords hanging around.
Raising or lowering the TV or changing the angle is a two person job. One person to bear the weight of the TV and the other person to work the tools and guide the hardware into the new desired position. Once assembled and configured the way you like it, this unit is rock solid and easy to roll to the desired room location . It feels very stable and I can't imagine it tipping. The casters have locks on them in case you have kids or just want to lock the TV in place for some reason. The nice matte finish doesn't take fingerprints and is very unobtrusive.
There are two shiny black plastic pieces that snap on to form a shroud over the spot where the base unit screws onto the pole/post. I preferred the slightly industrial look of the exposed matte finish hardware to the shiny plastic, which tends to attract dog hair.
Overall a very nice product.
Really well built, very flexible adjustments, sturdy as a rock and all under $200. Good choice if you like "less is more" design.
As long as you don't expect it to be something it's not, it is a great piece of equipment for the price. Adjusting height and tilt takes two people. The screen rotate only takes one person. It isn't the smoothest mechanism, but it works. It allows me to store tv in a smaller space, which is handy since I only use it for movies.
One thing I really wish it had is a power strip, either built in or optional. It looks tacky using zip ties.
One caveat is the use of sound bars, and it is not a design flaw, just something to be aware of. Most sound bar mounts are designed to hold the bar either above or below the TV. When you rotate the screen, the mounts slide and the bar goes crooked. I had to place a couple of blocks to avoid this. Like I said, don't expect it to be something it's not. It is worth every penny, and then some.