TV Stand for Floor with Glass Shelf, Fits Monitors 37 - 70-Inch, Tilting - Black
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Flat Panel Stand with Shelf
  • Holds 37" - 70" Monitors
  • Maximum TV Weight is 110 lb
  • Adjustable Shelf
  • Pointed Feet
  • Oval Glass Base


TV Stand with Adjustable Shelf for 37” to 70” Monitors

This TV stand with adjustable shelf is optimal for commercial or abode utilization. The glass floor standing mount is VESA consistent. The TV stand for 37” to 70” monitors has an angling mount (15°) for upward or downward tilting of the monitors to warrant maximal viewing comfort. The not difficult to utilize spindle screw head renders adjusting the television not difficult – no aids needed! This plasma rack is fitted with an adaptable tempered glass shelf that can maintain electronic devices. The sophisticated black glass brings an elite caliber attitude to every room, showcasing your plasma. This floor standing mount has pointed feet that keep it steadfast on carpeted floors. A hole in the stand hides the wires of electronic gadgets located on the shelf to maintain them concealed. This TV Stand will accent any environment!


GTIN 840844140261
Overall Width x Height x Depth 31.5" x 69.5" x 24.0"
Weight 62.0lbs
Material Steel
Placement Type Floor Standing
Orientation Landscape
Features Cable Management, Height Adjustable Shelves
Color Black
VESA Size 100x100, 100x200, 200x100, 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400, 600x200, 600x300, 50x100, 50x400, 300x400, 50x200, 200x400, 100x400, 300x100, 200x300, 50x300, 600x100, 100x300, 400x100
Min Monitor Size 37"
Max Monitor Size 70"
Bracket Type Tilting
Max Monitor Weight 110.0lbs

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