Have a Vizio 43 in (older model), puts stress on it, but is stable.
the holes on the base didn't line up like they were suppose to
Easy to assemble and if you have trouble you’re provided a link to a video on how to assemble. The only thing I didn’t like about it is for older TVs , I have a Vizio E550i-A0 that is kinda heavier than a newer television, is it sags up top just a little. It’s minor but my OCD noticed it. I’d recommend this stand.
I am writing this after a few months of use...I was excited to find this stand for my LG TV as the original had been misplaced in a move. I didn’t set it up until my basement painting was completed. When I finally did, the assembly of the unit itself was fine, but it was very difficult to mount the TV onto it. It definitely took 2-3 people. Once we got it on, we used the included level to balance, but the tv always slanted after a few days. I would correct it and it would slant again. Finally, yesterday, it slanted again. I straightened the tv and the bottom disc snapped right off of the base. Fortunately the tv was close to the floor and fell against me rather than crashing down on one of the kids. Everything is in tact on the back of the tv; it’s just the base that broke right off of the bottom. I would not recommend this product. Your safest bet would be to try to get a replacement directly from the tv manufacturer.
I replaced my bedroom TV and the new one came with little feet at the farthest edges of the screen. They were so far apart they didn't fit properly on the table top.There are a lot of options for replacement stands and I'm sure many of them are very nice too. I just don't regret getting this one at all though. The price was low but it's very solid and has a certain elegance to it that I really like. Even though it's a pedestal, it's quite stable.Assembly was mostly straightforward but it's very important to pay extreme attention to how the pieces are oriented. The guide didn't make some of this obvious... however, you will absolutely notice after you screw it up the first time. One tip, to help with the screws... ignore the shiny looking ones until you're done with the stand. Those are for the VESA mounting holes on your screen.I ended up wanting a more downward tilt to the screen and the stand doesn't have that functionality. But there are more than enough spacers in the mounting kit to get a slight tilt if you want it. It won't be adjustable but it will work.