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If you’ve grabbed a few deals on TVs from Amazon, there’s one more thing you need to add to your cart: a TV wall mount. The good news is, right now, you can get this highly rated Full Motion TV Wall Mount from Mounting Dream for 37 percent off the regular price — $24, down from $38. But you’d better act fast — the deal is only good until midnight!
Home entertainment has come a long way in the last two decades (remember tube TVs?), and being able to hang a your television on a wall is a huge space saver. And if space-saving is a priority for you, you can get this mount shipped to you for free if you have Amazon Prime. Not yet a member? No problem. You can sign up for your free 30-day trial here. (And by the way, those without Prime still get free shipping on orders of $25 or more.)
Easy to install, this wall mount works best with TVs between 26 and 55 inches. The heavy duty design is made with aluminum and steel to keep it securely affixed to the wall. The TV bracket allows it to swivel left to right and tilt up and down so you can adjust the screen for glare. It can also pull out to 16.7 inches and retract to 2.7 inches, making it easy for you to sit where you want without missing your shows.
Amazon shoppers can’t say enough good things about it. With more than 39,000 five-star reviews for the Mounting Dream Full Motion TV Wall Mount, they’re worth the read if you want to optimize your home entertainment center.
“Extremely easy to install,” praised one . “I was able to view the screen from every point in the room and, with its range of motion view the screen from my bedroom. The entire unit folds neatly against the wall and doubles as wall art since its connected to my laptop screensaver.”
“I grabbed this per my brother's recommendation and we could not be happier,” wrote a . “We've been able to use it, move it around, and everything easily. We installed it at the right height that we're looking up at our TV most of the time on our couch, but if we have a fold-out table that comes out it's at a great height to make sure the table isn't in the way.”
“The mount is great to allow a full range of viewing options when mounted,” wrote another . “It’s an awesome price for something that would ultimately cost you three/four times more from a local store.”
I like that they give you multiple screws and bolts,” wrote a . “Each TV has different screw sizes and they include them all. Very cool.”
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