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Walker Edison 60-Inch 4-in-1 TV Stand with Removable Mount, Cherry/Black

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  • TV stand with mount for 4 different display modes and includes swivel and tilt functions
  • Sturdy metal construction with black powder coat finish; solid hardwood front
  • Three beveled 8mm thick tempered safety glass shelves
  • Universal hardware wall mount for home assembly; stand supports up to 250 pounds
  • Measures 42 by 20 by 20 inches without mount; 50-inch maximum mount height

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Product Description

This luxurious 4-in-1 TV stand with removable mount features a modern design with spacious shelving, providing ample room for all AV components and TV’s up to 65 in. Powder coated steel frame, thick beveled tempered safety glass, and solid hardwood front add to the distinctive look while offering a sturdy and unique design.

Walker Edison 60 Inch 4-in-1 TV Stand with Removable Mount, Cherry/Black
Walker Edison 60 Inch 4-in-1 TV Stand

Designed for large flat-panel plasma or LCD televisions, this versatile Walker Edison 4-in-1 TV stand with mount provides four different display options, making it easy to adapt to the specifications of the viewing space and the TV in question. The TV can be 1) mounted directly to the stand, 2) mounted to the wall, 3) placed on top of the stand, or 4) set on top the stand while the mount is used to hang a second TV on the wall in another room.

The 60-inch stand boasts a 250-pound weight capacity and best suits televisions with a 60-inch-wide screen or smaller for on-stand placement. (Keep in mind a TV's advertised screen size is based on the screen's diagonal measurement.) When wall mounting, the stand's removable universal wall mount accommodates TVs up to 150 pounds. The wall mount also provides several different height settings, swivels left to right, and allows the screen to tilt up and down 15 degrees for the best viewing angle.

The TV stand's frame and mount feature strong steel construction with a black powder coat finish, while a rich hardwood front provides a handsome contemporary warmth. For holding DVD players, video game systems, stereo components, and more, the TV stand provides three shelves of beveled 8mm tempered safety glass.

Walker Edison 60 Inch 4-in-1 TV Stand

Measuring 60 inches wide, the stand is 20 inches deep and includes cord management holes to keep cables tidy and organized. The top shelf stands 20 inches off the floor, and the piece has a maximum height of 50 inches with the mount attached and weighs 112 pounds. Home assembly is required, and Walker Edison includes thorough instructions and necessary hardware.


• Four possible configurations

• Black, powder-coated metal frame, with black tempered glass shelves and rich wood accents

• Ample storage space for A/V components

• Cable management system maintains a neat appearance

• Maximum mounting hole pattern: 470 mm top/bottom, 870 mm left/right

• TV stand holds up to 250 lbs., Removable mount holds up to 150 lbs

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 60 x 20 x 50 inches ; 112 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 116 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001O9CK3Q
  • Item model number: AZ60MWF
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (208 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #466,481 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here

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Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and looks great.
The great thing about the stand is that it can prop up the tv using the support, or it can detached from the stand and mounted to the wall - perfect for my situation.
Erik Rasmussen
The instructions were easy to understand, and the parts clearly labelled.
C. Jacobson

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

130 of 132 people found the following review helpful By Ryan J. Pinney on October 15, 2009
After spending hours looking at options for a TV stand or wall mount, I came to the decision to get a TV stand with a mount built in (because I live in an apartment). This is without a doubt the best choice in this category. It took me no more than 2 hours from the time I opened it until it was put together. The directions are pretty straightforward, even though I messed up a couple of times and had to backtrack. You can probably reduce the time it takes to build this by 50% if you have another person helping. Also, I HIGHLY recommend the 60" version over the 42" one. It is definitely worth the extra money. My 50" flat screen goes perfect with this stand.

Here are the pros:

- The parts were very well packed
- Looks sturdy, quality material. This should last me my entire lifetime...
- Simple, easy to follow directions. Everything is labeled.
- A plethora of screws/bolts for TV mounting options (your TV is almost sure to have the correct mounting screws included)
- The mount is the best mount I've ever used. The mount is made to be very easily adjustable. It tilts vertically, as well as horizontally. It will not, however, slide side-to-side (horizontally) or up and down (vertically), but the tilting options are more than enough.
- Plenty of space

- I've noticed dust collecting on the glass after a few days. I have a micro fiber cloth nearby now, and I'll probably have to make it a task to wipe it down real quick once a week. Not really much of a con though.
- It may take a little trial and error to get your TV on the stand at the desired height. You can eliminate the trial and error by doing some simple measuring/guesstimation though.
- Fingerprints might be a problem for people with kids.
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27 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bob Jones on November 16, 2010
I purchased this stand for use with a 63 inch television and several components. First, I did not assemble the unit personally, but instead had two professionals do so for me. I was in the room the entire time and can say that it took them about an hour working at a leisurely pace while we talked about numerous topics. For them, this was not a difficult assembly. I had them mount the television on the included mount at the highest position. The height of the TV is just shy of 36 inches and when mounted left approximately 4 inches to the top shelf. This was not sufficient for my 7 inch high center channel speaker. You could place components there whose heights are less than approximaetly 4 inches. However, modification of the stand to raise it was not particularly difficult. In essence, they moved the mount from its position on the floor and raised it several inches up to the next bolt holes. The remaining holes match up perfectly. Slightly concerned this might make the stand a little top-heavy(my TV weighs 88 pounds)because the mount is no longer on the floor, they used L brackets to attach the rear of the stand to the floor. This arrangement provides great stand stability and gives complete usage of the top shelf. Although the TV is a little higher than ideal eye level, the stand allows a 15 degree tilt and by using that feature, it sits almost perfectly while allowing the center channel speaker to rest directly beneath it creating very realistic dialog. It can also swivel in either direction. This stand is of good quality materials. Glass shelves are of 3 different thickness levels with the top glass being thicker and the bottom, which has support from the base being the thinnest.Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By radar363 on March 16, 2011
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I have been looking for the right stand for my 50 inch plasma TV for over a year: the features I needed and the price point just never matched up.
Finally found the one I needed in the 60 inch model of this stand, and it was cheaper than the 40 inch version of this model.
Arrived in the afternoon, packed well, glass was in perfect shape, and before 7 PM I was watching 'A Scanner Darkly' on Blu ray, and that counts the time it took me to assemble this stand, unplug ALL of my home theater components, attach the TV, plug everything back up, and eat a snack.
My ex-wife was (probably still is) addicted to IKEA, so maybe I've assembled more than my fair share of furniture and I had no problems with putting this together. Until I got to the part where I had to attach the tilting brackets to my TV: I have had it for a year and could not find the hardware that came with it for attaching it to a stand and the screws in the back were too short. Lucky for me that included with this stand is a couple of blister packs of hardware for mounting and I found the exact size bolts and washers that I needed. So, after that small panic attack I was back in business.
Couple of notes-
1: All the customer photos show the stand in a corner, but mine functions and looks great against my wall. I uploaded 2 photos of mine.
2: I used a stubby Phillips head screwdriver: it's easier to control and that reduces the chance of it slipping and scratching either the wood or metal.
3: I didn't use the small wrench that's included because my cat hid it under the couch, so if your cat is also as devious as mine a 7/16 box or open-ended wrench fits. You only need it for this step so you could probably use a pair of pliers, but this holds your TV to the stand and I wanted to know I did it right.
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