Top 10 Best TV Wall Mount 2024

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Features
Invision Ultra Slim Tilt-Swivel



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  • Fits 24 inch to 55 inch TV's
  • Comes with a HDMI lead and spirit level
  • Can tilt and swivel
Invision Ultra Strong TV Bracket

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  • Designed for large TV's between 37 and 70 inches
  • Has one touch tilt
  • Swivels
Invision Ultra Slim Cantilever


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  • Fits 26 inch to 42 inch TV's
  • Comes with a HDMI lead and spirit level
  • Tilts and swivels

When we think of the great inventions of the 20th century, there is one that changed the way we entertain ourselves in the home – and also elsewhere – in a more profound way than we could have perhaps imagined. We speak, of course, of the television, that ubiquitous device that is present in just about every home, and that now bring us untold channels of content that keeps us all amused and engaged for hours at a time.

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When it was first invented – the general consensus gives the invention of television to Scotsman John Logie Baird in 1926, as although there were others working on a similar concept, he was the first to display a working prototype in public – it is doubtful that anyone could see the sheer impact it would have on the lives of average families over the latter part of the 20th century.

Of course, those early models did not provide colour – this writer can remember the excitement when our first colour television was installed in the house, and that was in the middle of the 1970’s – and it arrived some decades later, and did not become commercially available until the latter half of the century. Now, we have access to affordable, very capable televisions that are quite simply way ahead – in terms of technology – what we could even have dreamed of just a few decades ago.

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So, whereas the trend with those early, bulky and heavy televisions would be to have them standing on legs or a table, these days we have very slim – and often very large – televisions that we prefer to mount on the wall. Hence our review of the top 10 best TV wall mounts. So, before we go on to tell you about our choices, here’s a little more about what they do, and why you need one.

Best TV Wall Mount

1: Invision Ultra Slim Tilt-Swivel


This first model comes from the Invision brand, and they feature quite a few times on our list. This is because they are one of the leading names in TV mounting brackets, and they have a range that we believe covers all the possible options. This one is ‘ultra slim’ and is designed for similarly slim TV’s. It comes with all the mounting parts and screws you need to hang it safely – do make sure you check your walls for electrical circuits before you go ahead – and full instructions.

This one comes complete with a quality HDMI cable and a spirit level, so you can check you have it correct and link up ready to go as soon as it is hanging in place. It support VESA – that’s the standard mounting holes on TV’s – compatible models 100mmx100mm to 400mmx400mm, and can be used to hang everything from a 24inch to a 55inch screen, including curved and plasma models, and it has adjustable tilt and swivel ability. It’s a decent mounting bracket at a sensible price, so worth looking at in detail.

Key Features
  • 24-55inch
  • VESA compatible
  • HDMI cable and spirit level
  • tilt and swivel

2: VonHaus Fixed Wall Mount

If there’s another brand that has a great range of TV wall mounts it is VonHaus, so we make no excuses for including more than one of theirs, including this very cheap and very simple example. This one does not have a tilt or swivel function, so if you want to hang your TV in a permanent position, it’s a viable option. It is also very, very cheap, and well made too. This one is VESA compatible through 50x50 to 300x200, so you should be covered within that range.

It comes with all fixings – and a built-in spirit level so you can get it right – and measures just 27mm from the wall so gives a very neat effect. It is suitable for screens from 15 to 42inches,and is surprisingly easy to fit with all instructions provided. Maximum weight handling is 40kg, and you also get a 25-year manufacturer warranty. If a fixed position is suitable for you, then this may be the one for you at a bargain price.

Key Features
  • 15 to 42inches
  • 40kg weight
  • spirit level
  • no cables included

3: VonHaus Tilt TV Wall Mount

Our second VonHaus model is this one, and it offers a tilt option but no swivel. So, should you want to mount a TV high on a wall and looking directly down to a slight degree, this is the type you would look at. It’s typically well made – as you would expect from a brand with a wide range of products of this ilk – and comes complete with all the necessary fixtures and fittings, and has a spirit level built in for ease of accuracy when hanging.

This one is designed for large TV – between 32” to 70” screens according to the maker – and as such can handle as much as 75kgs in weight. That’s more than enough for any TV you are likely to find. VESA compatibility is 75x75 up to 600x400, so no problems there, and it can tilt up or down to 15degrees. If you have a large TV that you want to hang on a wall, this model comes from a great maker with a very long warranty, and at a seriously affordable price.

Key Features
  • 15 degree tilt
  • up to 70 inches
  • no swivel
  • easy to fit

4: Invision Ultra Strong TV Bracket


This model from Invision could be considered the equivalent of that above, with slightly different tilt ability and range, plus capable swivel action. If you have a larger TV that you want to hang, this could be one that you should consider. It’s typically well made – as you would expect from a brand with a wide range of products of this ilk – and comes complete with all the necessary fixtures and fittings, and has a spirit level built in for ease of accuracy when hanging.

This one is designed for large TV – between 37” to 70” screens according to the maker – and as such can handle as much as 70kgs in weight. That’s more than enough for any TV you are likely to find. VESA compatibility is 75x75 up to 600x400, so no problems there, and it can tilt up or down to select degrees – 5 one way, and 8 the other. Notably, it also has swivel action, so you get the full range with this one. If you have a large TV that you want to hang on a wall, this model comes from a great maker with a very long warranty, but be aware it is more expensive than some you will find on this list with similar ability.

Key Features
  • One touch tilt
  • up to 70 inch
  • swivel
  • Easy to fit

5: Invision Ultra Slim Cantilever


Another from the Invision brand, this one is a different version of the first one on our list, and is equally adaptable and capable, as well as being similarly sensibly priced. This one is ‘ultra slim’ and is designed for similarly slim TV’s. It comes with all the mounting parts and screws you need to hang it safely – do make sure you check your walls for electrical circuits before you go ahead – and full instructions. You get a range of as little as 46mm from the wall to an extension of 500mm.

This one comes complete with a quality HDMI cable and a spirit level, so you can check you have it correct and link up ready to go as soon as it is hanging in place. It support VESA – that’s the standard mounting holes on TV’s - compatible models 100mmx100mm to 400mmx400mm, and can be used to hang everything from a 26inch to a 42inch screen, including curved and plasma models, and it has adjustable tilt and swivel ability. It’s a decent mounting bracket at a sensible price, so worth looking at in detail.

Key Features
  • 26-42inch
  • VESA compatible
  • HDMI cable and spirit level
  • Tilt and swivel

6: Pearlgear TV Wall Bracket


Our first example from a manufacturer other than the two featured so far is this one, from Pearlgear, and it’s certainly worthy of consideration if you are looking for a tilt and swivel model that is reasonably priced. It’s nicely made and comes with the usual – for one of these – 25 year warranty, and undercuts the rivals in price by quite a bit when all is said and done. It can handle up 40kg – so is not for the largest models – and a size of between 23-55” monitors.

This is another tilt and swivel model with an extendable arm, and as such it offers great versatility. You can have it as close as 50mm to the wall ort extend it to 40cm, and it swivels through 45degrees left or right, and tilts 3degree up or as much as 10degree down. It’s supplied with cable ties – a nice touch – plus the relevant HDMI cable, and comes with all the fittings plus a spirit level, and is a very well-priced mounting bracket in this competition.

Key Features
  • 23-55 inch
  • Swivel options
  • Extending bracket
  • cable ties

7: Cheetah Mounts Dual Articulating Arm

Another choice that is not from the two leading brands is this one, from Cheetah, and it’s a rather nice model that although not the cheapest, is far from the most expensive. This one comes well-made with a double supporting arm and can handle up to 52kg in weight, plus it is suitable for TV’s of between 20” to 65”, so that’s all but the very largest flat screens you can buy these days. It’s easy to fit, comes with all the fixtures and fittings required, and can be done if you are fine with DIY.

It extends from the wall between 7cm and 34cm, and is easy to adjust, plus it can swivel through 130degrees and tilt by 10degrees up or down. That gives you plenty of scope for adjusting to a comfortable viewing position and eliminating glare. This one comes complete with the relevant HDMI cable and a three angle bubble measure, so you can see just how accurate it is, and at the price we think it worth a second look.

Key Features
  • 20-65 inch
  • 52kg weight
  • Full tilt and swivel
  • Able and spirit level

8: Ibra Flat TV Mount


This model is typical of the more simple designs in that it does not feature an extending arm. It is still a useful piece of kit, however, and comes at a price that cannot be overlooked if what you want is a basic model that does the job. VESA range is from 75x75 to 200x200, so it does not cover the larger models, and it comes with all the relevant fixing mounts and screws, plus a built-in spirit level so you can make sure you have it level when you hang it on the wall on your chosen position.

This one can only handle a load of 20kg, so is clearly designed for smaller screens, and it comes with a security mounting and cable tidy system for added convenience. It’s very simple to fit, too. The swivel varies, depending upon the size of the TV, from 85 to 180 degrees, and it can tilt through 15 degrees each way. Screen size it can handle is from 23” to 42”, and that’s pretty much it! It’s a good price – if not the cheapest – and does the job it’s made for.

Key Features
  • 23 inch to 42 inch
  • 20kg only
  • swivel and tilt
  • easy to mount

9: Invision Ultra Slim


This is another model from the excellent Invision range, and one that deserves inclusion as much as any other! This one is ‘ultra slim’ and is designed for similarly slim TV’s. It comes with all the mounting parts and screws you need to hang it safely – do make sure you check your walls for electrical circuits before you go ahead – and full instructions. You get a range of as little as 46mm from the wall to an extension of 500mm.

This one comes complete with a quality HDMI cable and a spirit level, so you can check you have it correct and link up ready to go as soon as it is hanging in place. It support VESA – that’s the standard mounting holes on TV’s - compatible models 100mmx100mm to 400mmx400mm, and can be used to hang everything from a 26inch to a 60inch screen, including curved and plasma models, and it has adjustable tilt and swivel ability. It’s a decent mounting bracket at a sensible price, so worth looking at in detail.

Key Features
  • 26-60inch
  • VESA compatible
  • HDMI cable and spirit level
  • tilt and swivel

10: Pearlgear 600x400 Wall Bracket


Another from the Pearlgear brand, and it’s another model that does a lot at a great price. This one is the dual-arm style and as such is very versatile. It’s nicely made and comes with the usual – for one of these – 25 year warranty, and undercuts the rivals in price by quite a bit when all is said and done. It can handle up 60kg so will happily support larger monitors, and can take a size of between 37 to 70” monitors.

This is another tilt and swivel model with an extendable arm, and as such it offers great versatility. You can have it as close as 70mm to the wall ort extend it to 40cm, and it swivels through 45degrees left or right, and tilts 3degree up or as much as 10degree down. It’s supplied with cable ties – a nice touch – plus the relevant HDMI cable, and comes with all the fittings plus a spirit level, and is a very well-priced mounting bracket in this competition.

Key Features
  • 37 to 70 inch
  • Swivel options
  • Extending bracket
  • Cable ties

That’s our list of the top 10 best TV wall brackets on the market right now, but which is for you? To be fair, that will depend entirely upon the TV you want to hang and where you want to hang it, so let’s have a quick look at the factors you need to consider when looking for one of these.

How It Works

The idea of a wall mount for a television is not a new one, and there have been people mounting TV’s high up for a long time. These were, however, mainly small models – portables – for use in, perhaps, a kitchen or bedroom. These days, you might want to mount a 55-inch screen on your bedroom wall, and you can, with one of the handy wall mounts that are widely available at sensible prices.

They usually come made from metal frames and with adjustable angles, and are easy to fit on a wall using the hardware supplied. These are generally DIY items, so you will not need a professional to fit your TV wall mount if you have the right tools – drill and driver and so on – and the basic knowledge required to mount such an item on a wall.

One thing to consider is that different TV’s – different brands – have mounting holes in different places, so it is certainly essential that you check the compatibility before you buy, but there will certainly be a wall mount that fits your TV. The benefit of having the TV mounted at eye height – or even slightly above – is one of a better viewing experience so, let’s tell you about the top 10 TV mounting brackets on the market right now, and see if we can find the one that is right for you.

Important Features to Look For

What do you need to look for when you are choosing the best TV wall mount? Here’s pour list of the definitive factors to consider:

Size – can the wall mount handle the size of TV that you want to hang? Those we have listed cover a wide variety of different size ranges, so you need to check them carefully to ensure that the one you go for is suitable for your TV.

Load – also, not all of these can handle heavy loads, so make sure you know the weight of the TV you want to hang, and the load capacity of the mount you choose. The capacity is within our descriptions and also in the manufacturers specifications.

Extension – some of those featured have an extendable arm so they can send the TV out from the wall or have it flush, while a few do not have this feature. It is preferable in many cases, although far from an essential detail.

Swivel and Tilt – we recommend you choose one of the models that swivels and tilts – most of those on our list do – as this is a major advantage, and check the details as some offer greater capability than others.

VESA – this is the standard for fitting TV’s to mounts, and is a measurement that you need to check. Many of these mounts will only handle specifically stated VESA ranges, so make sure that you understand the spec of your TV and choose a corresponding mount.

Accessories – all of these come with the essential mounting fixtures, some come with an HDMI cable, each has a spirit level and others come with the likes of cable ties, tidy systems or locks – check the details so you know what you are getting.

That’s it in terms of what you need to be looking for, so can we recommend one best TV wall mount that will do the job for you? Let’s see if we can wrap things up!

Let’s Wrap It Up!

Among all the reviews we have provided, this one is among the most difficult to suggest a ‘best buy’ and that is for the reasons mentioned above – it depends entirely upon your TV, and the location you want to hang and watch it. That’s why we can only recommend you check them all out again, have a closer look at the prices and sizes, and find the one from the list that is compatible with your television. That way, you will enjoy the best viewing experience possible.

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