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ECHOGEAR Universal TV Swivel Stand for 32″ to 65″ TVs – Improves TV Stability, Adds 8″ Height Adjustment & Smooth Swivel for Better Viewing Angles – Hides Cables w/Built-in Cable Management – EGTV2

No Holes Here So you’ve got a big ol’ TV, but you’re living in a rental. Or maybe, you’re dealing with brick walls? Maybe you just don’t wanna’ mess with installing a TV mount or drilling holes in the wall. Whatever your situation – boy, do we have the solution for you! A close (but not too close) cousin of the TV wall mount, this stand is the perfect alternative because it’s height adjustable and swivels with the soft touch of a hand. (Mmm… now doesn’t that sound nice?) Also, not to brag or anything… but it safely holds TVs up to 65″. That’s pretty big if we do say so ourselves. You Can Do It Put your… screwdriver into it. Ok, fine – that outdated Ice Cube reference wasn’t great. But you know what is? The fact that this stand will take you 15 minutes or less to put together. Oh – and since we include all the hardware you could possibly need, you only need to bring a screwdriver and a level to the party. Well, a screwdriver, a level and maybe a buddy. Depending on the size of your TV, a buddy might come in handy. And even if you don’t need help… at least you’ll have company. Hide Those Cables! You asked, we listened: Our new TV stand was designed with an integrated cable management channel. Just slip your cables through the top hole in the stand and then right out the bottom of the stand, near the base. They’ll flow (yes, flow) from there into your wall outlet or connected devices such as soundbars or gaming consoles. Now you can hide those ugly cords almost as well as you hide that crappy tattoo you got when you were 16. Model: EGTV2

Compatible TVs

  • Samsung
  • Vizio
  • TCL
  • LG
  • Panasonic
  • Sony
  • Philips
  • Hisense
  • Toshiba
  • ..and more. Hit us up with any compatibility questions

Product Features

  • Universal design means this super, duper stable stand can hold almost any TV – even the big guys! (And by big, we mean up to 65″.)
  • No drilling = no holes! This stand is the perfect alternative to wall-mounting, providing easy-peasy swivel and up to 8″ of height adjustment.
  • We put a cord-hiding, cable management channel into the column of this stand. Because yes, we thought of everything. (You can thank us later.)
  • Our stand assembles in less than 15 minutes, meaning you can get back to binge-streaming in less time than it takes for the cheese on your frozen pizza to start a-bubblin’.
  • This stand won’t ruin the look of your setup. Large, black sturdy base is rounded and blends into décor. Kinda’ like camouflage but you know… not. Works with all major TV brands including Samsung, TCL, & Vizio.

Detailed information available on our homepage…

2 Comments to “ECHOGEAR Universal TV Swivel Stand for 32″ to 65″ TVs – Improves TV Stability, Adds 8″ Height Adjustment & Smooth Swivel for Better Viewing Angles – Hides Cables w/Built-in Cable Management – EGTV2”

  • Anonymous September 3, 2019 at 7:58 pm

    Good but a little small…. This is a good stand seems to be built well but from my opinion not the best one in this price range. I have two other tv stands so I felt I could make a good comparison review.HEIGHT ADJUSTMENTS : The Echogear has four height adjustments in the back of the column where you remove 4 screws then move these screws to the next set of holes. My AEON model has three height adjustments where no screws need to be removed. To make the adjustment you simply change the vertical bars in…

  • Anonymous September 3, 2019 at 8:03 pm

    Not used as intended. Ok, where do I start, I was looking for a stand that could be assembled back to front. It took me a very long time to check all the individual specs of a lot of products on Amazon. I have a built in tv niche that could not accommodate my larger tv and I could not find a well priced hanging wall stand that would cover 27-inch depth. This stand is a financial win. I assembled the stand back to front and aligned the short front end to the built-in edge. I then drilled 3 holes in the metal base and…

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