TV Stand w/ Round Base & Wheels Fits Monitors 32”-60”, Adjustable AV Shelf - Silver

66 lbs. Max. Capacity Stainless Steel TV Stand
  • 66 lbs. Maximum Monitor Weight
  • Panning Bracket
  • Height Adjustable Mount & Shelf
  • Fits Approx. 32”-60” Screens
  • 600x400 Max. VESA Size
  • Wheels
$372.96 / Each (CAD)
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Description

Stainless Steel TV Stand with Wheels

This stainless steel TV stand is a contemporary entertainment system design for homes or offices! Constructed of durable material and finished with CD grooves workmanship, this flat panel cart stands out from the rest. Rolling on 5 wheels, the entertainment stand can be moved around a room with ease. A black tempered glass shelf is height adjustable by adjusting the pin and sliding along the column of the design. Display and store components such as laptops and DVD players on this contemporary media tray included with the stand. Built to fit flat panels between the approximate sizes of 32” and 60” with a maximum loading capacity of 66 lbs., the bracket can twist from left to right 30 degrees to provide the best view.

Specifications

SKU STSF414WSV
Overall Width x Height x Depth 24.8" x 52.0" x 21.0"
Weight 41.5lbs
Material Steel
Color Silver
Placement Style Floor Standing
Orientation Landscape
Features Rotating, Wheels, Height Adjustable Shelves
Monitor Size Range, (inches) 32, 60
Mounting Bracket Width 25.0"
VESA Size 200x100, 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400, 600x200, 600x300, 300x400, 200x400, 300x100, 200x300, 600x100, 400x100
Max Monitor Weight 66.0lbs

Ordering Information

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Order by 3PM Eastern Time US for same day shipping.

Resources: Manuals, Videos, & Templates

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Overall 5 out of 5 | 1 review


5 / 5
Very cool tv stand
on Verified Purchase
Service/delivery was great...product was exactly what I was looking for...instructions could be improved.

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