Peerless LCFS 100 - TV Stand for 10-30 inches Displays (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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- For 13" to 30" VESA 75/100 mounting screens
- Easy to install
- Adjustable height
- Can be used free standing
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a decent price that was also tall enough to be seen over my elliptical
trainer. It is a very solidly made stand, but not very well designed.
1st drawback: Nearly the entire thing is put together with tiny set
screws (a dozen in all) that you must tighten with a tiny allen wrench.
This makes height adjustments quite a pain. Peerless really should have
at least put a thumb screw at the height adjustment pipe. To workaround
this, I found an adjustable hose clamp with a built in plastic
thumbscrew at the 99cent store, and it works great.
2nd drawback: There is no up/down angle adjustment where the tv is
mounted, so it must always stay basically flat perpendicular to the
floor. Adding this feature would probably have added somewhat to the
price, but I would have gladly paid for it.
Other than these two issues, this is a solid and pretty nice-looking
stand which can also hide your cables pretty well.
The stand is well made, very sturdy, I'm sure it could support a much larger TV. The only criticism I have is that the threading in the drilled holes isn't always precise and it took a while to line up the little screws that hold it together, but overall the assembly is not complicated and once the screws are in the whole stand can be adjusted with the included allen wrench. I'm very happy with it.
I actually called up Peerless and got an adapter so that the VESA could expand to 200x200 (this allows for larger tv's to be mounted).
When screwed into the floor OR with heavy weights on the legs/stand holding it down, I have actually mount a 47" on it with the VESA Adapter Plate sold seperatley. The TV was less than the 40lb weight limit.
I also went to home depot and purchased different screws for the assembly of it to add extra security.
I have dealt with lots of Floor stands before and this one does the job people. Just make sure you are using it properly and are buying it for the right purpose. It will easily mount a TV/Monitor up to roughly 28" (as long as the VESA is 100x100), without any extra purchases or equipment. If you want to knock it down, you can.....its not the heaviest thing in the world. It literally weighs 25lbs.
I like it.
There is minimal wobble, but nothing of concern. HOWEVER, if you do not plan to bolt this to the floor or to something like
a 3/4th " plywood board, be prepaired for some significant bending of the frame at the base and ultimately ALOT of wobbling.
I had to jerry-rig a 1/2" square aluminum pipe under the base and place 4 felt base threaded stem glides threw the square
pipe and the frame of this stand to give it enough structure integrity so that it could remain free standing and stable.
Given the price, I still think it was a worthwhile product- but needs some minimal design help.
Maybe my use wasn't ever intended, but I think with a little industrial design, this would be an awesome alternative to a wall mount. It's adequate now but has potential.
"Thank you for contacting Peerless Industries. I contacted our engineering team and after testing with the cables, it has been found that the VGA cable will not work with this. The tubing is not large enough to accommodate the plug."
So I would only recommend this product if you plan on having your vga cable exposed.