Target sells many TV mounts of all types and sizes. With the variety and range of options available, it can be overwhelming and hard to choose the right one for you. To help you narrow down your choices, we’ve made a list of the best Target TV wall mounts available now.
Sanus Classic Full-Motion Wall Mount
Sanus is the number-1 brand of TV mounts in the US, so you know you can’t go wrong with this choice. Sanus sells many types of TV mounts, and of the choices, we recommend this model for big TVs. This one is fit for TVs that are 37 to 80 inches and up to 130 pounds.
This model can swivel 90 degrees to the left or right, so you can point it in any direction you want. You can also tilt it up to 11 degrees to reduce screen glare with the touch of a finger. It also extends 14 inches off the wall.
The installment isn’t a hassle at all, and the three-step process can be completed in just 30 minutes. The wall plate fits wall studs up to 16 inches apart. Also, you can make a post-installment adjustment to ensure that the TV is perfectly level, even if you have off-center studs. It allows you to roll the TV up to 4 inches clockwise and counterclockwise.
If your TV is on the smaller side, we recommend the Sanus tilting wall mount for small TVs. This mount fits TVs that are 13 to 30 inches wide and up to 50 pounds. Its tilting brackets offer 12 degrees of tilt with the touch of a finger, making it easy to reduce glare and enhance your viewing experience. The brackets also feature a safety-latching mechanism to hold the TV securely on the wall for added safety.
This TV mount is also very simple to install. All you have to do is lift the TV bracket onto the wall plate and secure it into place. This product is designed for use in wood studs measuring 2 by 4 inches. It also includes a 5-year warranty.
If you don’t need a full-motion TV mount, but you want to make sure it is securely and safely mounted to the wall, then you should go for this Monoprice mount. This mount includes a security bracket that prevents the TV from falling. And it has an ultra-slim frame, which only sits 0.75 inches away from the wall. This makes it ideal for displays with side- or bottom-facing connections.
It can be mounted on any type of wall (brick, concrete, wood stud, etc.) and it can hold up to 165 pounds. It’s designed to mount any LCD, LED, or Plasma display that is 37 to 70 inches wide.
Don’t have enough wall space for a TV mount? That’s an easy fix with this Kanto product. Mounting a TV in a corner can help with limited wall space or angled seating arrangements. Unlike other full-motion mounts, the FMC1’s unique 90-degree wall plate can be mounted in the corner of any wood stud or concrete wall. The contoured design of this model ensures that each bolt can be properly secured, regardless of how the studs are arranged.
Constructed out of solid steel, this model has a telescopic arm, and it can support TVs that are 40 to 60 inches wide and up to 88 pounds. It extends up to 29.8 inches away from the wall, and it’s capable of 90-degree swiveling from left to right. It tilts 10 degrees forward and 6 degrees backward, reducing glare and improving line of sight with the screen.
Don’t want your TV attached to a wall at all? No problem! With this Barkan model, you can mount your TV to the ceiling. This model is a full-motion, three-movement ceiling mount, with swivel and tilt options. The mount has a telescopic height adjustment option, and it can swivel up to 160 degrees near the screen connection plate, and it can tilt up to 25 degrees.
Its minimum distance from the ceiling is 16.1 inches. This mount can support screens that are 29 to 65 inches and up to 88 pounds. It also includes a patented mechanism to fit both flat and curved screens. Also, you don’t need to worry about it falling on you, because it has a fall-proof inner structure that prevents disengagement of the screen.