What’s in the Box? October 17, 2018

Do you want to watch TV in your recreational vehicle but don’t have a lot of room for a big TV set? This week’s mystery product helps to bring TV to your RV. It also makes TV watching easy and comfortable. It’s hard to say much more about this product without giving the mystery away. (No one like someone who ruins a surprise.) What we can tell you is that this versatile and helpful device is made with the tightest RV interiors in mind. It’s been a blessing for many RV owners, and it could be a huge help to you, too. Can you guess what this amazing product is?

Find out what’s in the box!

It’s the Mount-It single arm TV mount for RVs. This full-motion swing-arm TV mount is designed to fit most 22”-42” flat panel TVs or monitors. (It all depends upon the device’s VESA bolt hole pattern.) It comes equipped with a locking mechanism to hold the TV exactly where you put it for optimal viewing pleasure. It’s tilt function moves 55 degrees up and 35 degrees down for a full 90 degree range. This creates a variety of custom viewing positions. It also lets you keep your TV close to the wall, or fully extended at 15.3”.

The Mount-It TV holder provides a variety of features and benefits, which include:

  • Provides ergonomic TV viewing positions to reduce eye, back, or neck strain, and sun glare
  • Aluminum alloy and steel construction is powder coated for durability and appearance
  • Arms support up to 33 lbs.
  • Slide-in TV plate allows for easy attachment of the TV to wall mount arms
  • Adjustment knob lets you fine-tune your TV’s position
  • Comes with mounting hardware and easy-to-follow installation instructions

The truth about this wall TV stand is that RV owners love it. The unit works inside their vehicles where space is limited. Many RV owners lock this TV mount against the wall while they’re travelling, which keeps the TV and wall bracket safe from damage. Once they arrive at their destination, RV owners release the swing arm TV mount, find the ideal viewing position, then lock it into place. Best of all, it’s very easy to install in your RV. This wall TV stand by Mount-It comes with the installation hardware you need, plus an easy-to-follow installation guide.

This single arm TV mount from Mount-It is your best solution for TV installation in your RV. Do you want to enjoy TV in your recreational vehicle? If so, you should consider this swing-arm TV mount. If you want this unit, we recommend you act quickly. The cost of this product is scheduled to go up in November. Don’t miss your chance to get this for significantly less money! The money you save into your tank for your next RV trip. Sorry we can’t offer a discount on those gas prices, though.

Get FREE TV for your RV

We’ve been telling you about a swing arm TV mount and we didn’t even ask if you have a TV set in your RV. Do you? If you’re answer is no, we can help you with that, too. Solid Signal is your antenna expert, and we carry a variety of RV TV antennas. In most cases, we recommend RV owners get a portable TV antenna and tripod stand, which you set up at your destination. If you don’t know how to aim an antenna to pick up local TV signals, we can help you there, too. Just give us a call at 888-233-7563. Our antenna experts are happy to answer any of your questions.

Satellite TV for RVs

You can have DIRECTV in your RV, camper, or motorhome and we can help you get it. Solid Signal sells a variety of portable satellite domes as well as satellite dishes and tripod mounts. Signal Connect, a division of our company, provides DIRECTV and DISH viewing packages and account activation. Which is best setup for your RV? Well, that depends on a variety of factors. Let our satellite TV experts help you determine that. When you call them at 888-233-7563. Our reps they’ll ask you some questions. Your answer will help determine which type of satellite TV installation is best for your RV.


About the Author

Jake Buckler
Jake Buckler is a cord-cutter, consumer electronics geek, and Celtic folk music fan. Those qualities, and his writing experience, helped him land a copywriting gig at Signal Group, LLC. He also contributes to The Solid Signal Blog.