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Here you'll find our selection of tv mounts and TV mounts.


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TV mounts for all inches

If you need to mount your TV on your wall, there are many great options. There are several different tv mounts, tv wall mounts and TV mounts that can give you great options for hanging your tv. Of course, one of the most important things is that the tv mount fits your flat screen - both in size and weight. Most mounts can be adjusted within a certain number of inches, for example between 35-70'. Another important thing to remember when setting up your new flat screen is to check if the wall can support the weight. If it's a concrete wall, you don't need to worry, but if it's drywall, you need to be a little more careful. It's a good idea to check how thick the wall is and make sure you use the right rawlplugs.

Save space with a TV mount

If you set up your flat screentv with a tv mount, you can save yourself a tv table. This can be especially handy if you live in an apartment with limited space and would rather have furniture for other things. TV-mounts are now available so narrow that the TV sits right up to the wall. However, if you live in a place with plenty of space, a wall-mounted tv can be a piece of furniture in itself. The latest Smart-tv from Samsung and Sony have a razor-sharp design that is ideal as a picture frame for the family's digital photo slideshow.

Watch TV from all angles with a flexible TV wall mount

Would you like to watch tv equally well from both the sofa and the dining table? With a flexible tv mount that adjusts and rotates to your liking, you can watch your favorite shows and movies from anywhere in the room. Or you can customize the wrap so everyone can see what's happening on the screen. There are also several models to choose from, and there's sure to be one that suits your needs.

Can I hang the TV wall mount on drywall?

Yes, you can hang your TV on drywall. It would have to be very thin drywall for you not to be able to. A standard drywall of 13mm thickness can easily support a flat screen TV. You just need to make sure you have the right rawplugs to match the screws. TV hangers that extend far from the wall should be used with caution.

Too thin drywall? Hang the flat screen from the ceiling

For most people, a tv mount or flat screen mount is the most preferred way to hang their tv. If that's not possible, you can also attach your TV to the ceiling with a ceiling mount. The ceiling mount is also available in adjustable versions and can therefore be both a practical and space-saving solution. In addition, many ceiling mounts are equipped with a safety wire for extra protection against accidents.

TV Wall mount

If you want to hang your flat screen TV on the wall, there are various tv wall mounts to choose from. Most wall mounts can be adjusted to fit multiple flat screens of different sizes - for example, 38-68'. It has become very fashionable to hang your tv on the wall. You don't have to have a big and bulky tv piece of furniture in the living room, and flat screens are now so slim that it's aesthetically pleasing to just hang them on the wall.

Of course, even if you use a wall mount for your tv, it doesn't mean you can't also have a piece of tv furniture underneath - especially if you have game consoles or DVD players connected to your TV.

When using wall mounts for your TV tv

The most important thing to consider when mounting your TV with wall mounts is whether your wall can hold it up. Even the most modern and lightweight TVs can be quite heavy. Therefore, the location you choose will need rawlplugs to anchor the screws. This is especially true if you're considering mounting it on drywall. If not hung properly, the screws will pull through the drywall and your tv will end up on the floor.

However, if you mount the wall bracket on a concrete wall or similar, you don't have to worry about it holding.

Is there access to the entrances when your tv is on the TV wall bracket

Check to see where the inputs are located on your TV. If the inputs are on the back of the tv, you'll need to purchase a wall mount that can move outwards. This gives you better access to the back of the TV. This is especially important if you often want to add new devices to your tv so you don't have to dismount the TV every time you need to access the inputs.

3 types of wall mounts

The options for mounting a flat screen on the wall can be broadly divided into 3 categories:


These mounts are the minimalist wall mounts. They take up the least space and allow you to bring your tv right up to the wall. In return, it sits in a fixed position.

With angle

These wall mounts are mounted so that the TV is typically at a slight downward angle. This is practical if you want tv to sit high up in the room. In addition, it sits further out from the wall, making it possible in some models to adjust the coil from side to side as well.

Full mobility

As the name suggests, these wall mounts allow you to turn and rotate your tv just the way you want it. This is especially handy if you want to have an equal view from all bays and easy access to the back panel. However, this bracket requires that it be mounted on a very solid wall.