Customer Reviews — Secura QMF110-B2 Full Motion TV Wall Bracket For 32 to 50 inch TV's - Black

Customer Reviews — Secura QMF110-B2 Full Motion TV Wall Bracket For 32 to 50 inch TV's - Black

Secura QMF110-B2 Full Motion TV Wall Bracket For 32 to 50 inch TV's - Black
£45
  • For use with TVs from 32 to 50 inches
  • Maximum TV weight - 18 Kg
  • Full motion mount - moves in any direction
  • Minimum VESA size - 100 x 100mm
  • Maximum VESA size 400 x 400mm
4.7 / 5
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Works fine

4/5
Was a bit more fiddly to assemble as I have put into a stud wall so needed to find some specific wall plugs. Not 100% convinced it will remain on the wall despite the TV meeting the standards of the bracket, but so far so good.
Andy

Great Wall bracket

5/5
This wall bracket was easy to assemble and attach to wall, even with our very limited DIY knowledge. Seems very sturdy!
Emma F

Great

5/5
Great product easy to assemble and very sturdy 5 star.
Nathan

Versatile and good value for money

5/5
Good value for money for a wall bracket - this is versatile as it tilts and can be retracted for optimal viewing. If you are getting a tv up to 50", do not waste your money on expensive ones as this does exactly the same thing
Louise Thomas

Brilliant product

5/5
Easy to install, good quality and cheap. Very happy. Would recommend
Carrie

Decent wall bracket

4/5
Solidly built (actually weighs more than my tv) but simple design and easy to fit
Rob

Excellent

5/5
We'll made, solid and flexible for the flat bedroom wall. Easily put up after measurement for centering position. Enough information in instructions to fit correctly. Would buy another when required
ChrisM

Brilliant and easy to use - needs a small addition to instructions.

4/5
Easy to install and so flexible. It came with so many varieties of screws and set up modes to suit any TV. The bracket feels sturdy and quality as well. I’m no DIY expert but I felt confident sorting this out. Although on the instructions, there should be a note to recommend that people ignore their instincts to screw the bracket to the middle of where they want the TV to be - it needs to be offset! Once the TV is flat, if the bracket is screwed to the middle of the wall, the tv ends up being off-centre. Had to install twice to rectify the problem.
Joseph Dunys