This is my third Vivo product and I’m always so impressed with the quality for the fair price. This mount was easy to install as always and exactly what I needed.
Great find for our living room. Above fireplace didn’t work since there is big air gap between stud and the drywall. So had to chose the side wall and it worked great to move it to the desired location.
I have a 49 inch AOC ultra wide monitor that weighs around 24 to 25 pounds and I was looking for a wall-mounted monitor arm that could hold tlnot only the weight, but the cumbersome shape of the monitor.look no further, this holds the weight and holds the orientation without having it droop due to the really wide heavy curve the monitor has. even when the arm is fully extended away from the wall which is around a good foot and a half, it still holds the monitor and feels like it could hold more. even the tilt mechanism back-and-forth holds the monitor in place.I still can’t believe how inexpensive this monitor arm was, and it feels of really good quality as well. If you compare this to the 2-$300 ergoTron monitor arm, it definitely doesn’t glide as well, but it definitely supports the weight
I have a 50" LG and I wanted a solution that allowed me to have the TV positioned higher and at an angle from the wall when watch TV in bed, and then positioning it lower and parallel to the wall when doing yoga on the floor. So I needed a mount that could accommodate, and there are not many reasonably priced options for larger TVs. My only issues are that you can only angle the TV about 30 degrees to the wall when the arm is fully pulled away from the wall and perpendicular to the wall. I wish the arm where a bit longer to allow a 45 degree angle. I assume TV smaller than 50" would be able to angle more than 30 degrees, but just keep this in mind. My other issue is the TV does not remain level throughout the full range of arm motion...when moving up and to and angle, or down and flat against the wall. There is some friction adjustment allowing you to adjust it to be level, but the friction screws can loosen over time and require tightening to keep it from just tilting allow the way to either side. So it you plan to just set it up in one position most of the time, this is not big deal, but if you plan to move the TV around every time to watch, this can get annoying. Overall it is solid and a good value for the money, and for what you can do with it...very versatile.
I bought this because it said it supported 50" tvs. Ya I guess it does it you string it to the ceiling like I had to.