TV Wall Mount w/ Articulating Arm, Fits Monitors 32”-60”, Tilting & Rotating - Black

32" - 60" Swing Away TV Mount


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$155.99 / Each (USD)
  • Fits Monitors 32” – 60”
  • Articulating Arm
  • Tilting & Rotating Bracket
  • Integrated Cable Management
  • VESA Compatible 200x200 – 600x400


Swing Away TV Mount with Rotating Bracket

This swing away TV mount affixes to walls, and holds screens up to 60” on a full motion bracket. Compatible with VESA sizes between 200x200 and 600x400, this LCD display is an adaptable and versatile solution for industrial use. Tilt the bracket of the wall TV mount up or down, and extend the arm up to 26” from the partition for the perfect viewing angle. Easily rotate the screen weighing up to 150 lbs. between landscape and portrait orientations, depending on your desired display. The full motion TV mount is durably built of steel for long lasting use. All hardware for fixing to walls is included with the purchase.


GTIN 840844125244
Overall Width x Height 26.0" x 15.0"
Depth Range Min. x Max. 3.5" x 26.0"
Weight 21.5lbs
Material Steel
Placement Type Wall Mounted
Orientation Portrait, Landscape
Color Black
VESA Size 200x200, 400x400, 600x400
Min Monitor Size 32"
Max Monitor Size 60"
Max Distance from Wall 26.0"
Bracket Type Tilting, Rotating, Articulating, Panning
Max Monitor Weight 150.0lbs

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Assembly Instructions

Filename: hvawm3260s_inst.pdf (1.98 MB)


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Overall 4.2 out of 5 | 5 Ratings

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5 / 5
Excellent hardware, great extension from wall
By Barbara Switzky on June 3, 2016 Verified Purchase
Bought this for a 40" Samsung because I wanted the most viewing angles possible for the TV. It stretches far enough away from the wall that I can have the TV facing 90 degrees to the wall as an option. Build feels sturdy and has given me zero issues so far. Very happy with product and highly recommend it. If you are using this mount, check your cabling and wire lengths. The unit has cable holders built in, but you need an extra foot or more of your cabling cabling than many other units at maximum extension.

4 / 5
Not wide enough for 24" studs
By Bruce on February 19, 2018 Verified Purchase
Good sturdy bracket, but wall bracket is only wide enough to span 16" OC studs. Ended up having to add metal bars to span 24" studs.
Comments (1)
Thanks for taking the time to send us feedback, Bruce! If we can ever be of any assistance with a product, please do not hesitate to reach out to us via phone, email, or chat. Thank you!

Posted 3 years ago by Displays2go

5 / 5
Just keep spinning
By Chad Siegel on September 10, 2019 Verified Purchase
This mount is everything that it is described to be. Easy to install, TV mounts fast and articulation and rotation work perfectly!
Comments (1)
We love this review! Thanks for the excellent feedback, Chad! Enjoy your new TV mount :)

Posted 2 years ago by Displays2go

2 / 5
Rotating to Portrait Broke in 6 Months
By Matt F on November 2, 2020 Verified Purchase
The rotating function that allows the TV to sit portrait or landscape became loose after 6 months and the TV now only sits in landscape. Displays2Go Customer Support was brief and unhelpful. They were not willing to troubleshoot and indicated that no parts were available to fix this.
Comments (1)
We are very sorry to hear that this has been your experience, Matt. We will be sure to share this feedback with our product team. It's valuable feedback like this that allows us to make improvements and for that, we thank you.

Posted one year ago by Displays2go

5 / 5
Perfect for vertical shooting games
By Brandon D. on January 23, 2017 Verified Purchase
I mainly bought this mount because I needed a heavy duty flexible mount that could extend my set from about 18" deep inside a sort of alcove, but also wanted one that could rotate from landscape to portrait mode because I like to play a lot of dorky old arcade games that were designed for vertical play. I am happy to report that this thing rotates just great, the monitor is firmly bolted into the adapter and all you do is keep two screws slightly loosened. This rotates from landscape to portrait with the left side being the side that stays "down" so that's something to keep in mind for your setup (best on TVs with hookups on the right side, when facing the back, because they move less from the arm position. The arm is pretty stiff when you try to fully extend straight out from the wall, but it's easy enough to get behind it to manipulate it a little more intently since there's such a big range of motion.
Comments (3)
Hello Brandon! Wondering what type of TV did you use to display in portrait mode? Trying to accomplish the same thing. Thank you! Heather

Posted 2 years ago by Heather G.

Glad to hear you were so happy with your order, Brandon!

Posted 5 years ago by Displays2go

I have it set up with a 50" Sharp LCD Roku TV. Two years later and it's still as sturdy as ever despite being fully extended basically 24/7.

Posted 2 years ago by Brandon D.

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