Model # 4515

Internet #202214436

QuakeHOLD! 40 in. Flat-Screen TV Strap


40 in. Flat-Screen TV Strap

$1621 /each
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Product Overview

The QuakeHOLD! 40 in. Flat-Screen TV Strap helps secure TVs up to 100 lb. with an easy-to-install design and durable nylon material. It mounts to the TV's existing bolt holes and adheres to furniture.

  • Helps prevent modern LED, LCD and Plasma flat screen TVs from toppling over
  • For flat-screen TVs up to 40 in. and 100 lb.
  • Easy peel-and-press application
  • Mounts to your TV's existing rear bolt holes and helps secure your TV with locking nylon strap
  • Does not damage furniture or TV
  • Straps remain hidden from view



Assembled Depth (in.)
.1 in
Assembled Height (in.)
24 in
Assembled Width (in.)
1 in
Longest fastener length (in.)
Shortest fastener length (in.)


Drill bit included
Drive Style
Fastener Head Style
Fastener Type
Finish Family
Number of Pieces
Number of uniquely sized fasteners
Package Quantity
Product Weight (lb.)

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Standard manufacturer's warranty against defects only

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Customer Questions & Answers

will the straps that adhere to the TV stand adhere to the top of a glass TV stand?

will the straps that adhere to the TV stand adhere to the top of a glass TV stand?
Asked by: Scott
If the glass is designed to support a TV, then it should be fine to use with these straps. The adhesive on the buckles will adhere to glass. Be sure to clean with the provided alcohol pads first and allow to dry before applying the buckle. Refer to the include instructions to ensure proper installation and to avoid possible stress on the glass.
Answered by: Ready America, Inc.
Date published: 2016-12-30

removing straps

I need to remove straps from an armoire that are connect to a tv (to make room for a new tv with larger dimensions) can I do that without damaging the wood/armoire? Thanks
Asked by: gramma
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Customer Reviews

40 in. Flat-Screen TV Strap is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Solid construction, worthless adhesive The strap went on without any problems, but a safety check a year later found that one of the anchors had pulled loose. I checked the QuakeHold straps on the bookshelves and found the same problem. And, yes, I did prep all surfaces in accordance with the instructions. Only buy QuakeHold if you're willing to screw it to the furniture. Their adhesive is worthless.
Date published: 2015-01-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Looks solid I really won't know until there is an earthquake, but moving the TV back and forth on the table it seems very solid. I have a high confidence that this will protect the TV in a moderate earthquake. I hope I never have to find out for sure.
Date published: 2014-10-07
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