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SANUS
LT25
37 - 90 inch Tilting TV Bracket

RRP £99.95 SAVE £10

NOW £89.95

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The Sanus LT25 is the most user friendly and thoughtfully designed TV bracket we've encountered.

Plenty of adjustment

Even with professional installations, there are times when the TV isn't quite right. Thanks to Sanus ProSet you can adjust the height and level adjustments, even after the bracket has been wall mounted - ideal if it's spirit level flat but not in line with the fireplace! You can also move the TV from side to side via the lateral shift function, ensuring the TV is centred to perfection, even after installation.

Easy access
With Sanus's unique ClickStand you can tilt the bracket out from the wall and click it in place. This makes accessing cables simple and once done, it simply folds and clicks back into place. With plenty of space within the bracket, it's easy to hide cables and also snap-mount accessories, such as surge protectors.

Smooth tilt
With Virtual Axis control, the LT25 allows effortless, fingertip control of the TV's tilt. Perfect for watching from low angles, the LT25 ensures you always get the optimum viewing angle.

For a premium bracket that's a cinch to set up and a pleasure to use, the Sanus LT25 offers the perfect support.

Ask us about installation! With different wall types requiring specific fixings and some TVs requiring adaptor plates, you may prefer to get your TV professionally installed by us. Please ask in store about our range of installation options.

Please note, although categorised as a 'universal' bracket, ever-changing TV design means that we cannot guarantee this bracket will work with your particular TV.

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TiltingCan the bracket be tilted?Yes
Rated 4.8 out of 5†by 6 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5†by great wall bracket. hi fitted my bracket a piece of cake bearing in mind im a carpenter easy to install in about 20,minutes well pleased and happy price is a little to dear but if you want the best ,then you have to pay for it. 25 July 2016
Rated 5 out of 5†by Sanus tv bracket It's scary putting a 65" tv on a wall but this is a great product easily fitted & adjusted. The TV is now securely mounted with this great product. 19 January 2016
Rated 5 out of 5†by Good solid bracket This is a solid bracket that is currently holding up my 49" LG TV. Not the cheapest bracket out there but still worth the money for the quality. 07 December 2015
Rated 4 out of 5†by Good quality and lots of fixings included This bracket appears to be made of good quality powder coated metal and a good selection of fixings were provided. The use of release levers rather than screws make it easy to remove the TV from the bracket - something we had to do a few times to get the unit to sit level. This was due to the braces (that attach to the TV) not fitting equally first time. I have to dock a star for that plus the price which is above average. However, that being said if you are in need for a quality wall bracket with tilt function that will fit larger TVs e.g 65"+ then this will do the job. Good service from Richer Sounds as usual too. 25 August 2015
Rated 5 out of 5†by Expensive, but worth it! I was very reluctant to spend £90 on a TV mount when a whole new TV unit/stand can be bought for ~£70. I also notice that a few places like Maplins, Curry's, Amazon, eBay etc sell cheaper alternatives, but I read a number of reviews about cheaper seeming to not hang straight due to the weight. I have a 50" 2012 Panasonic Plasma (GT30 range I think) which weighs ~30kg. This mount is not only easy to install, holds its weight exceptionally well, but can also be adjusted in-place allowing for fine tweaks to move one side up or down a few mm/cm for example in the instance the bracket wasn't installed 100% level to the eye (ours was level by spirit level, but I think our floor has a slight gradient that made the screen lean leftwards). 17 July 2015
Rated 5 out of 5†by Sanus LT25 Bracket This is a very god wall bracket, for those DIY'errs out there, you know these things are almost impossible to fit perfectly level and this excels with after fit adjustment so that you can level any slight variance. Really happy that you can adjust and move laterally as well - just in case ! If you have spent some serious money on a TV it's best not to skimp on the fitting of it, and this is ideal. 16 July 2015
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