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Vogel's THIN 545 Premium TV Wall Mount, Ultra-Low Profile and Ul

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Vogel's THIN 545 Premium TV Wall Mount, Ultra-Low Profile and Ul

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Product description

Color:Black  |  Size:40 - 65", 180°

Extra-thin full motion TV bracket for large TVs The THIN 545 full motion TV bracket has a maximum weight capacity of 25 kg. Almost any TV, from 40" to 65" (102-165 cm), can be mounted flat against the wall with the THIN 545. The maximum turning angle is 180° and the max. tilting angle is 20°. The distance from the wall is 35 mm. Your TV moves in all directions Mount your TV on the wall with an extra-thin THIN full-motion TV bracket for the best view of your TV from anywhere in the room. You simply turn the TV towards you and you'll never again have to worry about annoying reflections. With the THIN full-motion wall mount, you can turn and tilt your TV to any desired position.


From the manufacturer

Vogel's THIN Series: your TV as flat against the wall as possible

Be the envy of all your friends with the state-of-the-art THIN products from Vogel’s.

Vogel's THIN Series: your TV as flat against the wall as possible

Be the envy of all your friends with the state-of-the-art THIN products from Vogel’s.

Vogel's THIN Series: your TV as flat against the wall as possible

Be the envy of all your friends with the state-of-the-art THIN products from Vogel’s.

Vogel's THIN Series: your TV as flat against the wall as possible

Be the envy of all your friends with the state-of-the-art THIN products from Vogel’s.

Only 1.4 inches from the wall

Hide all cables

Level after installation

Spirit level included

Vogel's THIN 545 Premium TV Wall Mount, Ultra-Low Profile and Ul

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