I ordered two and they were easy to set up. There's no locking feature for the TV which could be a problem if you have small children. the TV just "sets" on the rail and can easily slide back and forth.
Purchased this mount for a 32" flat screen for our RV. It is an excellent value and very well made. Instructions are clear and the total set up was simple. Very secure mount, adjusts further out than any we could find and articulates easily. Highly recommend.
Bracket does what it's intended to do, hold up your TV. It doesn't have much style nor is there anything to cover the bolts going into the wall. I broke the bolt that locks in the tilt angle but I'll chalk that up to me overdoing everything. Bought a replacement set up at the local hardware and it works fine. This was for my son and he likes it so I'm happy too.
Used to mount a 23" LCD. This is a very well built unit. I was at *** and looked at their $90.00 one and this one is just as nice. The only defect: There are little black plastic trim pieces used to cover the top and bottom end of the bracket hinges. The one on the bottom nearest the TV doesn't really fit and so it falls out. Since it's not really visible unless you REALLY look, it's not a problem. As others mentioned, it is a nice design, The VESA mounting plate (that star shaped thingy on the end) is not attached to the mount. It is part of a separate component that slides down into a little track on the end of the mount allowing you to easily mount or dismount the TV. It makes installation very easy. One thing to consider when installing this is how much wall space you have from the bottom of the mounting plate to the ceiling. I installed it above a set of windows, so I couldn't put the wall mounting plate any lower than the top of the window trim. In this case, I have 14-1/4" from top of window trim to ceiling. This ended up just barely working with a 23" Samsung B2330HD. Here's why: Note that each articulating arm segment increases the height from the wall mounting plate. During the install, you attach the arm to the wall without the VESA mounting plate. You then, mount the VESA plate to the back of the TV then attach it to the articulating arm by raising it a couple of inches above the mount and sliding it down into place. I was initially concerned that I wouldn't have the room to raise it above the mount without hitting the ceiling, but it worked with about an inch to spare. If you've got a limited space as I did, you might want to take some accurate measurements before drilling into your wall. All in all, I am very happy with this unit and would recommend it.
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