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Review of MORryde RV TV Mount - Wall Mount - MR25ZR

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MORryde RV TV Mount - Wall Mount - MR25ZR Review


Hey everybody, I'm Ellen here at etrailer.com where we're taking a quick look at the MORryde swivel snap and TV mount. So this is gonna be a mount for your RV and so it's gonna be very stable and secure. Big concern whenever we're mounting anything to the walls in our RV, we wanna make sure that it's gonna be sturdy enough for any kind of bumps and potholes that we might hit along our way on the road. So this is definitely gonna be robust enough to hold our TV without any issues. The nice thing about it as well is that it's gonna be pretty easy once you get it attached to your TV to mount this to the wall, and it also allows you to tilt it one way or the other so that you're not having to fight for the best spot. You can get that TV adjusted where you need it to be so you can have good range of visibility wherever you are.

So let's take a little closer look at it, and I'll give you some measurements towards the end of the video. The other nice thing about this is that it does fit with a lot of VESA mounting patterns. That's just gonna be a standardized mounting pattern on a lot of TVs out there, or monitors in general. So it has four different patterns that this will match up with. Between those four, you should have something that should match up with whatever TV that you might have.

That's just pretty much universal these days. So basically how this is gonna work, there's this bar that has this springs on it. So if you push that bar down, it's gonna release the wall bracket from the TV bracket. Just gonna push that down and kind of forward. It's a lot easier to do if I get it from the top here.

Down and forward, there we go. So this piece is what actually gets mounted to your TV. This gets mounted to the wall. So we have our two bars going in the back here. So once this is mounted to your TV, and you've got this mounted to the wall, there is a little arrow printed in there.

I know this is black on black, so it's kind of hard to see what I'm talking about, but the little arrow there to indicate which side is up just helps to make it easier to mount this. So you put this on the wall, mount the other guide to your TV, again, another little arrow in the metal there, kind of behind that bar. So I'll just grab it. And then tilt it, tilt the top up towards you so that this lower bar can mount into that lower tray, kind of clicks in place and then you'll just push the rest of the TV with the mount into place. Now it's gonna make kind of a loud click sound. Once you hear that, you'll know that it's in there securely. And then you can adjust the angle to best suit the spot. Comes with a whole bunch of hardware to get this mounted up. So again, between all of this and the mount and those VESA holes, you should have a match to whatever TV you might have. So I'll give you a couple of measurements of each of these brackets. The TV bracket is about eight and a half inches wide, and it looks like that's gonna be the same for the top and bottom. Although, this part with the bolts coming out is a little bit wider and that's about nine and seven eighths inches, so just shy of 10 inches wide there. Top to bottom, it's about eight and a half. And then front to back, all told with everything put together, it's about three and a half inches deep. So that's how much this is gonna be away from the wall. Of course, your TV is gonna be a little bit thicker too so it's gonna come out however much you're adding on with the TV thickness, that kind of depends on what you've got there. The bracket itself that's actually mounted to the wall is about one and three quarter inches deep, and about eight and a half inches wide, and about six and a half inches tall. That's pretty much all there is to it. This does have a weight capacity of 35 pounds. So you wanna make sure that whatever you're mounting to the wall is less than that. The swivel is a 10 degree of rotation. This is made in the USA and that's pretty much all there is to it for our look at the MORryde snap and swivel TV wall mount. I hope this has been helpful in deciding if this is the right choice for you. We do have a lot of other accessories for your RVs here at etrailer.com so be sure to check them out. And thanks for watching..


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