The Chief TS525TU Thinstall Swing Arm Wall Mount was designed to mount TVs and displays measuring 37 to 58" and has a maximum load capacity of 125 lb. The mount extends from 1.5 to 25" from the wall and provides -15° of tilt and ±45° of pivot adjustments.
- Supports 37 to 58" Displays up to 125 lb
- 100 x 100 to 800 x 400mm Mount Pattern
- Extends 1.5 to 25" from the Wall
- Provides -15° Tilt
Chief TS Thinstall Overview
- 2Low-Profile Design with 25" Extension
- 3Centris Low-Profile Tilt
- 4Centerless Lateral Shift
- 5Post-Installation Height Adjustment
- 6Integrated Cable Management
Chief TS Thinstall Specs
|Supported Screen Sizes||37 to 58" / 94.0 to 147.3 cm|
|Weight Capacity||125 lb / 56.7 kg|
|Mounting-Hole Pattern||100 x 100 to 800 x 400 mm|
|Number of Displays Supported||1|
|Lateral Shift||16.0" / 40.6 cm|
|Vertical Adjustment||1.0" / 2.5 cm|
|Screen Pivot (Arm)||-45 to +45°|
|Distance from Mounting Surface||1.5 to 25.00" / 3.8 to 63.5 cm|
|Dimensions||20.73 x 32.33 x 1.5" / 526 x 821 x 38 mm|
|Package Weight||51.3 lb|
|Box Dimensions (LxWxH)||32.5 x 24.5 x 4"|
Chief TS Thinstall Reviews
They aren't cheap but you really can't get much better
You get what you pay for. Hanging the TV wasn't as easy as their LTM1U mount. Your target is much smaller, but this serves a specific purpose. The level of engineering and adjustment on these mounts is really impressive.
Very well made, very clean look and highly functional.
I am very happy with the Chief TS325TU TV Mount. I installed it last week on the front of a custom built-in cabinet in our living room. The bracket is very well made and heavy as a result, but that's not a negative. It feels very solid. I took my time so as to be sure to measure twice and cut once as they say. Since my installation was a bit unusual, I had to purchase bolts and stop nuts rather than use the lag screws that come with the mount, but other than that, the kit came with everything I needed. The installation was very straight forward and looks very clean. After installing my 55 Sony Bravia, I dressed the power, Cat-6 and three HDMI cables through the channels in the mount very easily. Since my equipment resides in the built-in, I used a 1.5 hole saw to create a hole near the mount through which to pass all of my cables and I used Velcro cable ties to dress the cables along the back of the TV toward the channels in the mount. The result is an incredibly clean mount with tremendous flexibility and range of motion. I am very happy with the result. It is the best mount I've used so far.
Slim, Solid, and easy to install! Wish the price was a lil' lower!
nothing bad to say.
Been reselling them for years. We generally check to see if there is an issues with the input board on some TV's. That is called planning. Never had any one of their products break, ever and I have been in business for over 30 yrs.
Tough to install
IN general the bracket does a good job but the instructions, being for multiple brackets, obfuscates the proper method of installation. Additionally, the top bracket needed higher quality control. The main bracket could not be installed per the instruction sheet. I had to bend the wall bracket to get the mounting bracket to fit. The bottom track was bent too far for the main bracket clamp to go on correctly. The wireways for TV feed cables are inadequately sized for the size and number of cables to be handled. There are also a few pieces of self adhesive, with no instructions as to where the heck to put them.
nice solid mount but....
I would give this bracket a 5 star rating if it weren't for the 8 tiny screws used to attach the upper and lower interface support bars to the tv.I found the directions were pretty good. There is a mistake on page 7 at note 16. It tells you to go to page 9 but it should say page 10.I attached their interface bracket to the back of the 50 lb TV using the typical heavy duty screws. Now you have to attach an upper and lower bracket to the 2 interface brackets that you just bolted to the back of the TV. This is done using 8 very small screws. 2 screws are used at each attachment point. This worried me a little but the TV isn't 125 pounds so I trust the engineers know what they are doing. The TV went onto the wall mount perfectly and was exactly where I expected it to be. A few days later I needed exchange the TV because there was a problem. This is where those tiny screws became a problem. The weight of the TV causes the screws to become extremely tight. I wound up stripping the head on one using the provided allen wrench. I think a hex head bolt would be better than a screw.
Very strong and thin.
I have this Chief Thinstall holding a 65 Sony Z9D mounted with a Sonance soundbar and a our old Nintendo Wii behind it. Despite being slightly over the size rating, Im under the weight limit, and Im confident this mount is rock solid. All the other equipment is behind the wall, so it looks nice and clean.
the best swing arm around
ive installed over 300 of these guys, & they are NASA grade I do several pull ups on the mount fully extended prior to hanging a tv & the mount is rock solid
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