VLF320 Super Slim Full-Motion Mount Now Available for Purchase

SANUS® is now shipping the VisionMount® VLF320 Super Slim full-motion wall mount for 37"-70" flat-panel TVs weighing up to 120 lbs.

SANUS Super Slim mounts place TVs as close to the wall as possible. The new VLF320 offers a profile depth of just 1.23", and up to 20" of full-motion extension, tilt and swivel capabilities, ensuring the best possible viewing experience can be achieved for any seat in the room.


Product features include:

• Integrated cable management: Conceals cables within the extension arm

• Post-installation leveling adjustments: Ensures a TV is perfectly positioned

• Viewing angle adjustments: Allows TV to be extended out from the wall, tilted and swiveled in any direction

• Decorative covers: Hide mounting hardware for a finished look

For more SANUS products, visit www.sanus.com

About SANUS

SANUS®, a division of Milestone AV Technologies, designs and builds fine AV mounts, furniture, stands and accessories. Every SANUS product is engineered to enhance AV systems and the surrounding dcor. Today SANUS offers more than 300 home theater units, TV and audio stands, mounts, speaker supports, AV equipment racks and accessories. SANUS products are available at thousands of retail locations worldwide and can be seen at the company's website: www.sanus.com.

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