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Pros: VERY Sturdy design; hardware included.
Nothing to assemble.....just mount it on the wall & you are good to go.
I mounted a heavy 55" and it is holding it with easy; very confident it can hold ANY 55" or smaller TV
Cons: Level included isn't accurate (use your own level for mounting)READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Insten 675736 25 ft. Premium High Speed HDMI Cable
Pros: Nice Mesh covering & the cable is long.
Cons: Loses connectivity (picture) intermittently. I have tried this cable on two different TVs and 3 different devices (PC, Bluray, & DirecTV box) and all devices lose picture (screen goes black). This does not happen with any other cable I use on these devices.
This cable simply does not work....buy something else.
This review is from: Cheetah Mounts 32-65" LCD TV Wall Mount Bracket with Full Motion Swing Out Tilt & Swivel Articulating Arm for Flat Screen Flat Panel LCD LED Plasma TV and Monitor Displays Includes Free 10' HDMI Cable
Pros: Cheap/Budget Friendly for a 32-65" Full Motion Mount
HDMI Cable looks good & it works.
Fairly easy to install & it looks pretty good. Swivel function works very well and the range (left to right) is outstanding.
Cons: The item was shipped in it's actual box (not in another brown box like most NewEgg items come in) and it was torn/halfway open when I received it. I was afraid that items were missing from it (since it was in such bad condition upon arrival) but everything turned out to be there.
The weak side (which happens to be on the "right") slightly sags when the arm is fully extended. It's barely noticeable; but it might bug "the perfectionist". When returned back to a compressed state (moved back towards the wall) it levels back out (verified with a bubble level). This indicates that the arm is pretty weak; I mounted a 46" TV and it felt like that was as big as it could go with it....maybe up to a 55" if it was a light TV. I would not recommend mounting a much larger TV with it.
Other Thoughts: I recommend determining how you want your "tilt" set up (angle) to be prior to mounting the TV (kind of a pain to modify the tilt once it's mounted to the arm).
Use a level to mount the wall bracket & you will be good to go.