OmniMount Adds Eco-Friendly OL50C, OL125C TV Mounts
OL50C supports flat panels between 13-32 inches and up 50 pounds, while the OL125C accommodates flat panels between 23-45 inches and up to 125 pounds.
The OL50C fits flat-panel TVs between 13-32 inches and up to 50 pounds, while the OL125C accommodates flat panels between 23-45 inches and up to 125 pounds.
Both VESA-compliant models, available in black, are single-stud mounts that swivel and tilt (-5 to +15 degrees) and feature OmniMount’s Lift n’ Lock cable management technology.
Waste-reducing features include:
- Condensed packaging and streamlined hardware kits
- Manuals and installation templates are printed on the inside of the box
- The OmniLite Series uses 100 percent recyclable internal
- Recyclable outer box material
- Non-petroleum-based ink for all package printing
OmniMount is currently shipping both the OL50C and OL125C. MSRP: OL50C ($59.95); OL125C ($149.95)
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