Stand is sturdy and everything is as advertised. Probably not as easy to assemble and disassemble as I was hoping for trade shows.
Sturdy stand that rocks
We purchased 2 TV stands to use at our tradeshow booths and they're awesome. The solid construction means we don't have to worry about them tipping at all. And we can get the height we want for the monitors to stand out.
Solid but needs to be updated
Solid stand but build for TVs with VESA of size 200mm x 300mm and larger. Two different 55" TV's that I have (TCL & Samsung) use 200mm x 200mm VESA because they are so light. As a result I had to do some slight modification to get it to work. TLDR; This stand needs to be updated to accept 200mm x 200mm VESA to stay relevant
Heavy Duty Stand
First impression when you get this stand is this thing is HEAVY. So much so, both units I ordered the packaging was tore to shreds from sheer weight alone. It also comes in three packages per unit. This mass is good for my application because I am mounting 50" TV's in an elevated commercial setting and I don't want anything to accidently knock them over. The stands work as designed and I have had no issues with them. They rotate for portrait or landscape viewing. Overall they work well in my application and would recommend them over some of these light duty units.
Attachment of the tv is not holding
Bought this item for commercial purposes, the base and pipes are solid, but the circle piece (on the back of tv) together with plastic latch do not hold tv (onn 43 inch) at the right position. At the end of the day tv is always rotated a bit, this gives my store really unprofessional look.
Sturdy but rotating bracket is not
The mount is really sturdy but the rotating bracket is really too weak for this mount to be useful... It is relying on a tiny spring mechanism to hold the screen at a different angle by pushing a metal piece into holes at different angles (0, 90, 180, 360). Also, it will be even worse if your TV weight equal on both sides. Had to return it since it does not hold my TV vertically... Do not recommend unless you have a very small TV and it should work...
Does the job well
(I'm a mechanical person) Unit assembled almost without instructions. Sturdy and did the job well. I think the trick to getting the TV level is: When you slide on the mounting bracket to the poles, and attach the mounting plate to the bracket, let ALL the screws loose until you ensure the bubble level in the front is, in fact, level. Then tighten the all the screws. Letting everything loose will give significant "play" in the hardware to get it level and then tighten. The only issue is one of the holes for the screws on the vertical connector pipes was too large so the screw could not be tightened. I don't think this was a big issue. I saw another person asked about a shelf. Is it possible to buy a 2nd mount? I don't need the whole TV bracket, but with this mount is has 4 threaded mounting points and one could easily attach a shelf or other item. Spring-ball should be replaced with a thumbscrew. Will most likely be buying another.
I was on the hunt for a TV stand for our trade show booth, something to hold flat screen above a 6 foot table. Unfortunately it was too heavy for one person to set up.
Sturdy except for the rotating mount
The stand is really sturdy, but the mount allows you to rotate the display every 90 degrees using a detent and interlock mechanism. The spring on that interlock mechanism is inadequate and would not hold the display in position. I would not buy again.
I purchased 3 of these Only one of the three will lock into position, and that one is hit or miss. We have tried 40", 55" and 70" TV's. All new and relatively lightweight . It's pretty embarrassing to set up equipment and then have to use zip ties and duct tape to keep the screen level ....really disappointed . They look good and are stable - but when you're in the AV business its the little things that count. And I need 10 more stands...back to the endless search I guess...
Sturdy, well made, well designed. Holds a 65” tv with no strain and no chance of tipping over. Would like to see the rotate feature lock in a little better but that’s my only complaint.
So far, so good
Fast delivery. Easy enough to assemble. The plastic grippers are a little challenging to line up because of gravity. Therefore, I recommend putting those on while the poles are laying horizontally. It is very sturdy and strong.
solid - adjustable - easy to assemble
34 inch TV mounted above a 75 inch
This stand allowed me to just what I wanted to do, that is center and place my camera monitor TV above my sunroom 75 TV. It is simple to assemble and the base plate is quite heavy while still being only about 1/2 - 5/8 inches thick.
Extremely pleased with this stand! Very sturdy, well built and clear, simple instructions helped put our sign on a pedestal - literally - for our first event!! Great product and service and will be ordering again!
Public School Teacher
This is a beast! Teenage boys or inmates shanking each other in the lungs will not knock this one over. I solidly recommend it. Shipping was astoundingly fast. Displays2Go superbly facilitated my dream of retiring in my classroom until I can retire at home. The stand did have some manufacturing flaws I decided to accept. Four non-weight-bearing bolts were misaligned to their holes, and the non-weight-bearing, spring-loaded television mount rotation button does not lock. I can re-drill the holes and replace the bolts with metal screws, and the mount can be locked some other way. All other parts were perfect. Parts were complete, with extras. There were several mounting options included in the hardware, and accessories available. The metal gauge and construction could just as well have come off one of those new multi-media entertainment tanks the army's testing. Just a beast! Again, despite the very minor imperfections, I solidly recommend this product and this merchant.