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Review on Wall bracket Kromax ATLANTIS-70, black by Micha Jelonek ᠌

Revainrating 4 out of 5

The quality of the product is at the level, I will recommend this product to my friends.

He moves pretty hard. Especiallycomnsidering that OLED has a thin screen, and you can only grab the bottom part or the bracket mechanisms. In general, it can be easily extended halfway by holding the back of the TV with both hands from below, and already pressing the bracket mechanisms, push it to the end or turn it. But most importantly, you can only push it against the wall with two people, since you need to take the bracket "by the handles" from both sides, sticking your hand between the wall and the TV. Since you can’t press on the screen (again, I’m only talking about LG OLED). But it's hard to do it even with two people. In general, in the advanced state, the distance from the wall is 10–20 cm, as you can see in the photo. It would probably be possible to press anothercomuple of centimeters, but the efforts made are not worth it. The upper part is tilted slightly forward, it seems to be adjustable, but on thecomntrary it iscomnvenient for me. The maximum distance from the wall is about 70 cm. The angle of maximum rotation by eye is 70-80 degrees (for 65CX). After installation, you can horizontally move left and right centimeters by 15. That is, there is no rigid fastening. In general, summing up: Reliability 5+ (but let me remind you, the experience of use is a week), ease of movement 3, "evenness" - 1. Overall, I'm more satisfied than not. Because reliability with such a TV is the most important parameter. More photos (28 in total) in the album:

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Pros
  • Installed for LG OLED 65CX. TV weight without stand 24 kg. The weight of the bracket itself is about 10 kg. Usage experience: In the position pressed against the wall for about a week, in the unfolded state, it was used for half a day. I chose between Onkron M7L / Kromax ATLANTIS-70 / Kromax ATLANTIS-120, as they have a good load capacity with a large margin - 70/100/120 kg. I settled on Kromax ATLANTIS-70, as visually the design seemed more reliable. In general, it is really reliable: the master installer, weighing 75 kg, hung completely on an extended arm. He creaked, but did not bend. I'm still talking about the bracket :) Plus, in order not to move the thin TV once again, we hung it with a stand (that is, 33 kg and an extended state), and only after that we unscrewed the stand. Well, accordingly, the bracket allows you to do this, since first the sticks are screwed to the TV, the bracket to the wall, and then you can simply take the TV from below and by the sticks and hook it onto the bracket, and holding it, tighten the latches. That is, you do not need to keep the TV completely "canopy" while screwing. The materials look reliable, there are a lot of all kinds of bolts for attaching to the TV. For the CX I used M6 30mm bolts without spacers as the hole in the CX is about 40mm. (Spaces are only needed if the hole is smaller than the bolt). Only 6 dowels are included for wall mounting. But my wall is weak, there are bricks and the drill fell through some holes. Therefore, we screwed in to the maximum: 4 long anchors + 8 shorter anchors, and these complete dowels in the remaining 4 holes. But this is for my wall, yours might be better.
Cons
  • The main disadvantage is problems with leveling. It is different for each position. That is, we put it exactly in the "pressed against the wall" position. We push it completely forward - the skew of degrees is 5. We set it to an angle - another skew. Even if you move it horizontally in a position against the wall, there are still several degrees of skew from different sides. Well, it is obvious that you will not twist the bolts after every slightest movement. In general, I think I'm ready to put up with this, because my main position is aligned against the wall (in front of the bed), and my second case is a rotation of ~ 70 degrees (for games from a chair), and when it is already under angle, then the distortions are not so striking and less than when carried forward. Another minus bracket closes the connectors for audio. They are available only in the most extreme horizontal position (and again, if you move it horizontally, there will be a skew). I'll try using an angle adapter.