Majestic 3-Piece Swing Arm

Majestic 3-Piece Swing Arm


The Majestic 3-Piece Swing Arm is designed to be used in moving or stationary situations.


  • Ergonomically designed to work with multiple moving points
  • Fully adaptable for multiple locations
  • Mount television directly to the wall plate
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The LA Series is ergonomically designed to work with multiple moving points for use with most installations while providing flexible movement.

With many installations having the need for the product to be in two or more places, the LA Series is fully adaptable for multiple locations. With the use of the LA-10C you can fix the plates to the wall and then simply slide the LA-55-3 on or off to move to any location, or even mount the TV directly to the wall plate.

These brackets have been designed to be used in moving or stationary situations, with or without the TV being attached.

Notable Specifications:
  • Weight capacity: 12 kg (26.4 lbs)
  • Tilt: 180 degrees up and down
  • Rotation: 270 for portrait or landscape viewing
  • Material: High quality aluminum alloy
  • Mounting Option: 180 degrees, 270 degrees (wall, display)
  • Pivot: 180 degrees, 270 degrees, 270 degrees (wall, arm, display)
  • Extension: 191.5 mm
  • Display Compatibility: VESA 75/100mm
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Majestic 3-Piece Swing Arm ARMLA-55-2 3-piece swing arm, 180 degrees
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