TV Stand for Floor with Glass Shelves, Fits Monitors 32" - 65", Wheels - Black

TV Stand with Mount for 65 Inch TVs and Cable Management
  • Holds Up to 65" Screens
  • Column Routed Cable Management
  • Lockable Wheels
  • 3 Glass Shelves
  • Maximum Monitor Weight of 80 lbs
$229.64 / Each (CAD)
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Description

TV Stand with Mount for 65 Inch TVs and Wheels

This TV stand with mount for 65 inch TVs features black tempered glass shelves to hold electronic devices such as DVD players, video game systems, and cable boxes. Each LCD holder has four wheels that allow you to easily maneuver the fixture and, once in place, lock two of them for stability. You can use this flat screen stand in a number of settings such as living rooms, waiting rooms, lobbies, and lounges. The LCD holder has an aluminum frame that is durable and can be used in heavily trafficked areas. Integrated cable management through the column allows you to hide unsightly wires from view. This stand is made of high quality glass and steel making it the perfect complement to any home or business!

Specifications

SKU WXNTVGBS
Overall Width x Height x Depth 37.4" x 54.8" x 22.0"
Weight 70.5lbs
Material Steel
Color Black
Placement Style Floor Standing
Orientation Landscape
Features Wheels
Monitor Size Range, (inches) 37, 70
Top Shelf Width x Depth 23.6" x 15.8"
Middle Shelf Width x Depth 23.6" x 15.8"
Lower Shelf Width x Depth 37.4" x 15.8"
VESA Size 100x100, 100x200, 200x100, 200x200, 300x200, 300x300, 400x200, 400x300, 400x400, 600x400, 600x200, 600x300, 50x100, 300x400, 200x400, 100x400, 300x100, 200x300, 600x100, 100x300, 400x100
Bracket Type Stationary
Max Monitor Weight 80.0lbs

Ordering Information

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

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