Model # TLS-120T

Internet #204704188

Stanley 37 in. - 60 in. Tilt Flat Panel TV Mount
0850912005040

Stanley

37 in. - 60 in. Tilt Flat Panel TV Mount

$4323 /box
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Product Overview

Designed and built for the larger screens but with the ability to tilt easily without effort. Features several state of the art safety and security features. High performance and an affordable price. Made of high quality steel for ultimate rigidity.

  • For large flat panel TVs
  • Features a slim and sleek design for a clean and low profile appearance
  • 1.4 in. mounting profile
  • -12°–0° tilt
  • Click and release system for securing the TV without complicated tools, bars or screws
  • Includes decorative caps and covers to provide an elegant appearance from all angles
  • Universal hole pattern and up to a 600 x 400 VESA pattern
  • Easy to follow method of “measure, mark and mount” to hang flat panel and display TV
  • Works with 16 in. on-center stud systems and includes all necessary hardware for installation in wood studs and/or concrete
  • Magnet tab system gives users quick access to the release mechanism without having cables, wires or strings hanging from the back of the TV
  • Constructed with high quality components for ultimate rigidity, strength and durability

Specifications

Dimensions

Minimum Size of Television (In.)
37
Product Depth (in.)
27.4
Product Height (in.)
2.2
Product Width (in.)
6.5

Details

Color
Black
Color Family
Black
Electronics Included Components
No additional items included
Features
Assembly required,Slim profile,Tiltable
Material
Steel
Maximum Television Size (in.)
60
Mount Type
Tilt TV Mount
Returnable
90-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
80

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
3 years
VESA Standard
Univ/800x600

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Customer Questions & Answers

How does this unit lock into place when it is tilted to the proper possition?

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