Kanto Living P301 Slanted Ceiling Projector Mount

BH #KAP301 • MFR #P301
Kanto Living
Kanto Living P301 Slanted Ceiling Projector Mount
Key Features
  • Compatible with Most Projectors
  • Drops 15-18" Below the Ceiling
  • Can Be Used on Flat or Angled Ceilings
  • 90° Tilt Range
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If you have a tilted ceiling in your room, you can still mount a projector with the Kanto Living P301 Slanted Ceiling Projector Mount. The base bracket can tilt up to 90° in order to compensate for slanted surfaces. The tubular construction allows the projector to be lowered from 15 to 18" from the ceiling. Included hardware can secure most standard projectors to the mount; however, hardware for securing the mount itself to your ceiling is not included, and must be purchased separately. This version of the mount is powder coat finished in black and is constructed of sturdy steel and aluminum.
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Kanto Living P301 Overview

If you have a tilted ceiling in your room, you can still mount a projector with the Kanto Living P301 Slanted Ceiling Projector Mount. The base bracket can tilt up to 90° in order to compensate for slanted surfaces. The tubular construction allows the projector to be lowered from 15 to 18" from the ceiling. Included hardware can secure most standard projectors to the mount; however, hardware for securing the mount itself to your ceiling is not included, and must be purchased separately. This version of the mount is powder coat finished in black and is constructed of sturdy steel and aluminum.

UPC: 800152712567

Kanto Living P301 Specs

Mount
Depth from Mounting Source15 to 18" / 38 to 45 cm
Adjustments±90° Tilt (At Ceiling Mount)
360° Swivel
General Attributes
ConstructionSteel and Aluminum with Powder Coat Finish
Weight Capacity22 lb / 10 kg
Weight6.4 lb / 2.9 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight6.43 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)12.9 x 6.5 x 3.65"
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