Master Mount Articulating TV Mount
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Master Mount Articulating TV Mount
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Master Mount Articulating TV Mount

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The 601 Heavy Duty Cantilever TV Mount is a full motion, articulating mount that will swivel 180 degrees, tilt vertically and has an arm that extends up to 16.5" from the wall.

The mounting plate will fit VESA patterns up to 200 x 200. Add on the expander arms (included) and it will accommodate VESA patters up to 400 x 400. Made of strong steel, it does the heavy lifting and is able to hold screens up to 80 lbs. The base plate attaches to the wall with 6 screws (into a stud) for a stable and secure attachment. It comes with a base plate cover to hide the bolts that secure the mount to the wall giving it a nice, finished look. The 601 is a heavy duty, high quality, sturdy mount!

Best Use:Heavy, usually larger TV's and Screens that will need to be flat against the wall when not in use but moved out, angled and adjusted for best viewing when in use.

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  • Screen Size: Usually up to 46" but always go by VESA and weight
  • Arm extends 16.5" from the wall
  • Unit Weight 10.00 lb
    Brand McNaughton
    MFG Part No. 95725
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    Does this mount lock the TV in place so it doesn't move when traveling down the road?

    Asked by: Acap530
    The bolts at each joint can be loosened or tightened to change resistance level of that joint, but this mount does not have any locks.
    Answered by: CW Steven
    Date published: 2019-03-20

    could this mount attach to the ceiling so tv can be lifted out the way an stored?

    Asked by: tinman
    No, this is only recommended for use on a vertical surface.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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