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Review of MORryde RV TV Mount - Flip Down TV Ceiling Mount - MR24RR

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MORryde RV TV Mount - Flip Down TV Ceiling Mount - MR24RR Review


Hi there, I'm Michael with etrailer.com. Today, we're going to take a quick look at this morryde flipped down, full motion, TV ceiling mat. This is going to mount onto the ceiling of your RV or camper. It's going to provide a mounting bracket for you to securely hold your RV's television. This is going to be really nice for those of you who are a little bit concerned about saving some space in your RV or camper having room to move around and might not watch the television all the time. So this is going to be a great way to have the television when you want it.

And to kind of put it away where it's not going to take up a whole lot of space when you're wanting more movement room in your RV or camper. So the way this works you'll get your TV mounted on this bracket here. You'll get the full mount connected to your ceiling. And then when you're ready to fold it up you can just simply lift up on your television and it will attract up into the ceiling. And that's going to walk in place.

It's going to hold it nice and tight. So you don't have to worry as you're going down the road about bumps, or anything like that. It does have a hook that's going to wrap around that little bar there. So it is going to be locked in place when we're ready to let the TV down we just simply pull out on this bar here. That's going to allow that to drop forward.

Now they do recommend having a hand there to watch the TV down slowly. So you're not having a whole lot of swing like I just had there but obviously I only have so many hands to hold the bracket. So you can see I've got this right now and the tilted forward position. And you can under those screws and tilt that face plate back and feel like you've got four different adjustment holes there to line up with the optimal viewing level for your setup. So if your television seems kind of high you can tilt it forward so that you always get into the best view.

And then we've also got the snob on the back here. And when we let that loose it's going to allow our mount to spin 360. So we can again, get set up to where it's going to be best for us. And then we tighten down that knob. It will hold it in place. So we don't have to worry about it spinning when we don't want it to this does have several different mounting patterns on it. So you can see our inner mounting pattern here. We've got our 75 mim by 75 mm VESA mounting pattern. That VESA mounting is pretty much standard for all televisions. So that will allow you to mount your television. We also have the outer mounting pattern which is 100 mm by 100 mm. So that's going to accommodate your smaller televisions that 75 and 100 VESA mounting patterns can be more like your 19 inch, 24 inch, 32 inch TVs something along those lines. The Bracket does have a maximum load capacity of 25 pounds. So you're not going to be able to get a huge TV anyway but that should be a great way to get your TV mounted. They do include hardware for you to mount your TV to it. So it's going to be nice and secure for you. And like I said, that VESA pattern is pretty standard for most televisions out there these days they also include a mountian hardware for you to get your bracket mounted to your ceiling. You do want to make sure wherever you're mounting this that it is going to be able to hold the weight of both the bracket and your television. They do recommend taking that weight and multiplying it by five to make sure that even with that swinging motion and the bumps that you hit in the road that ceiling is going to be able to hold that weight. So you do want a nice strong possibly reinforced to ceiling in there. That mounting bracket that we're gonna be installing is right about eight inches wide and seven inches long where we're mounting our television it's right at six inches wide by about five and 1/2 inches tall. So overall I think this is going to be a great option for you. Very easy to figure out how to put it all together, get it set up so that it will work the way you want it. One thing I will point out this knob back here allows you to rotate to whatever position you want. You're probably going to have to undo that every time if your TV isn't set up to be straight on because as you lift it up into the mountain position if your TV's twisted, it's probably not going to line up properly and go back in position. So just something to keep in mind there you will have that adjustability, but you might have to undo that anytime that you want to retract it up to the ceiling. But like I said, that should be a great option for those of you who have an RV or camper you're wanting to be able to kind of put your TV away for a little bit so that you have more room to walk around interact with your guests, that sort of thing. So that's going to complete our look for today. Again, I'm Michael with etrailer.com. Thanks for watching..


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