SANUS MF215

Full-Motion Wall Mount for 13" – 39" flat-panel TVs — extends 15" / 39.37 cm

The SANUS MF215 is a full-motion wall mount for 13" – 39" flat-panel TVs up to 60 lbs / 27.27 kg. Virtual Axis 3D™ allows 360° of effortless, fluid movement with the push of a finger, making it easy to reduce glare and find the perfect TV angle at any height. Full motion allows maximum flexibility — tilt, swivel, pan and extend your TV up to 15" / 39.37 cm from the wall in every direction for easy viewing from any seat in a room. In-arm cable channel conceals and routes cables for a clean appearance. Keyholes on faceplate slide onto TV and into place for effortless alignment and easy installation. VESA-compatible faceplate fits 75 x 75, 100 x 100, 200 x 100 and 200 x 200 hole patterns.

Let's count the reasons you'll love this mount

  • Conceal unsightly cables
  • Easily adjust your TV without tools
  • Enjoy a great picture no matter where you watch
  • Hardware included
  • Includes adapter for greater compatibility
  • Swivel your TV left and right for the perfect view
  • Tilt your TV for perfect viewing from the couch or floor

Installation Tools

  • 1/2" Socket Wrench
  • 3/8" Masonry Bit (Concrete Installations)
  • 7/32" Drill Bit
  • Awl
  • Electric Drill
  • Hammer
  • Level
  • Pencil
  • Phillips Head Screwdriver
  • Stud Finder
  • Tape Measure

Product Specifications

Product Brand: SANUS
Model Code: MF215
UPC Code: 793795362162 - Black - $129.99 USD
793795525017 - White - $129.99 USD
793795362179 - Silver - Discontinued
Product Width: 11.12" / 28.24cm
Product Height: 11.82" / 30.02cm
Product Depth Max: 15.36" / 39.01cm
Product Depth Min: 3.18" / 8.08cm
Package Width: 11.75" / 29.85cm
Package Height: 4.25" / 10.80cm
Package Depth: 13" / 33.02cm
Package Weight: 6.00lbs / 2.72kg
TV Size Range: 13" - 39" / 33.02cm - 99.06cm
Maximum TV Weight: 60.00lbs / 27.22kg
Pan: 90° / -90°
Tilt: 15° / -15°
Roll: 180° / -180°
Swivel: 15° / -15°

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