SureMount 42″-80″ Extra Long Reach Full Motion TV Mount
The SureMount SCL05XL Extra Long Reach Full Motion TV Mount is the longest reaching single arm cantilever bracket in New Zealand. This bracket offers full motion movement and a staggering 1010mm extension for medium/large flat panel TVs. Perfect for extending your TV out from the wall when the need arises to give full 180° movement. The extra long reach makes it ideal for corner mounting or changing viewing angles to suit viewing from different rooms. Designed for the NZ 600mm wall stud. Comes with full mounting kit for wall and TV fixing.
- Fits most TV’s sizes between 42-80″
- Extra long reach from 83mm to 1010mm
- 180° swivel (left and right)
- Mounting VESA 100×100 up to 800×400
- Tilt +10° to -5°
- Weight Capacity up to 35kgs
- Adjustment Leveling +/-5°
- Back plate measurement 675x260mm
- Includes cable management
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Installation and Operating Video for SCL05XL Extra Long Reach Full Motion TV Mount
Installation Manual: SCL05XL Installation Manual
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I know whether this full motion TV mount will work with my TV?
There are two factors to take into account when buying a TV mount. They are weight and VESA (mounting hole pattern). Look at the specifications of your TV and see if they fit within the weight and VESA for the TV mount in question.
What is the difference between a single arm and a dual arm full motion TV mount?
A single arm full motion TV mount gives more flexibility as to the possible viewing angle you can get. In theory a single arm bracket can be turned right around 180° back on itself (the size of the TV will dictate how far you can go). The one downfall of a single arm bracket is that they are prone to sagging or twisting making it difficult to have the TV level when both fully in or fully extended. If the TV is going to be left out at a viewing angle (e.g. across a corner) then this is not an issue as any sag or twist can be allowed for during the setup.
A dual arm TV mount has two arms making it a much more stable option when the TV is moved in and out on a regular basis. A dual arm TV bracket is typically easier to install and to keep the screen level no matter whether it is fully pushed in or fully pulled out from the wall. The two arms will restrict how much of a viewing angle you can get with most only allowing the TV to get to about 80°.