Full-motion wall mount with articulating arm for TVs 13"-39"
Our take on the Sanus VSF415 by Crutchfield's Ralph Graves
The articulated arm holds your TV up to 15-1/2" from the wall.
The Sanus Premium Series VLF415 makes it simple to wall-mount and precisely position your flat-panel TV. This full-motion bracket can support TVs with screen sizes from 13" to 39" and weighing up to 60 lbs. The articulated arm extends your TV up to 15-1/2" out from the wall. The mount lets you swivel your TV from side to side, and you can also tilt it up or down for optimal viewing. The mount's hollow arm lets you thread cables through it, keeping them out of sight and free from tangles.
Will this mount work with my TV?
Use the Sanus MountFinder™ to see a list of mounts that work with your specific TV.
Where do I drill the holes?
Tell the Sanus HeightFinder™ Installation Assistant how high you want your TV, and it tells you exactly where to drill.
- designed for TVs 13"-39"
- supports up to 60 lbs.
- articulating arm positions TV up to 15-1/2" away from wall
- vertical tilt range: +15° to -15° (may vary with size of TV)
- swivel range: +90° to -90°
- in-arm wire channel conceals cables without inhibiting movement
- stud-mounting required
- 11-1/4"W x 11-3/4"H x 3-1/2"D (up to 15-1/2" with arm extended)
- warranty: 10 years
- Our 60-day money-back guarantee
What's in the Box:
- TV bracket
- Arm assembly/wall-plate
- Four M4 x 12mm bolts
- Four M4 x 30mm bolts
- Four M6 x 12mm bolts
- Four M6 x20mm bolts
- Four M6 x 35mm bolts
- Four M8 x 12mm bolts
- Four M8 x 20mm bolts
- Four M8 x 35mm bolts
- Eight M4 washers
- 4 M6/M8 washers
- Four M4 spacers
- Four M6/M8 spacers
- Two 5/16" x 2-3/4" lag bolts
- 2 Lag bolt washers
- 2 Anchors
- 4 Covers
- Pivoting pin
- 1/4"-20 x 3-1/4" Mounting bolt
- Four 8-32 x 1/2" screws
- Large washer
- 2 Small washers
- Thin spacer
- Magnetic stud finder/level
- 2 Cable covers
- 4 Wire-ties
- 5/32 Hex key
- Wall-Mount Template
- Instruction Manual
- Online Product Registration
- Stud Finder/Level note
Excellent product, excellent engineering, great instructions.
Philip R., Sloughhouse, CA
Sanus VSF415 Reviews
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Full-Motion Design: The Sanus Premium Series VSF415 full-motion, wall-mount bracket provides a 4-points of movement for an optimal viewing position. The VSF415 extends from the wall (3.25"-15.5"), tilts up/down (+/-15°), and swivels left or right (+/-90°) for easy viewing anywhere in the room. The bracket can also be rotated 90° to the left or right for landscape or portrait viewing.
TV Capacity: The Sanus Premium Series VSF415 wall-mount bracket is designed to support flat-panel TVs from 13" to 39", weighing up to 50 lbs.
VESA Bolt Pattern: The VSF415 full-motion, wall-mount bracket accommodates a horizontal hole spacing on back of the TV of 75mm-200mm and a vertical hole spacing of 75mm-200mm. The Sanus VSF415 comes with M4, M6, and M8 size bolts of differing lengths to mount the bracket to your TV. It will accommodate the following VESA hole patterns in accordance with industry standards set by the Video Electronics Standards Association:
- 75mm x 75mm
- 100mm x 100mm
- 200mm x 100mm
- 200mm x 200mm
Note: Additional hardware may be required for your specific model of TV. For example; shorter or longer screws, thicker or slimmer washers or spacers. These additional accessories can often be found at your local hardware store.Wall Plate: The wall plate must be mounted to a wall stud or anchored to a brick, block, or concrete wall using the supplied lag bolts (and wall-anchors).
Construction: The bracket is constructed of heavy-gauge steel with a durable powder-coated black finish.
Cable Management: Two small plastic covers and four wire ties provide cable management along the wall-plate/arm assembly.
Installation Tools: The following tools are recommended for mounting the VSF415:
- Tape measure
- Stud finder/level (included)
- 7/32 Drill bit (for wood stud)
- 3/8" Drill bit (for masonry)
- 1/2" Socket wrench
- Screw driver
- TV Bracket:
- Width = 9.125"
- Height = 9.375"
- Depth = 2.5625"
- Arm/Wall-Plate Assembly (retracted):
- Width = 2.375" (7.625" w/ arm)
- Height = 6.8125" (7.375" w/ arm)
- Depth = 1.75"
- Width = 11.25"
- Height = 11.8125"
- Depth = 3.25"-15.5"
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Why did you buy this?
Fits new TV [ Chuck Mar 19, 2018 ]
This mount has a small footprint and extends almost 16", which was important for the selected mounting area. [ Mark Feb 28, 2018 ]
with a smaller size tv it should extend out and swivel enough to view from a 90 deg, mount [ Mark Jan 02, 2018 ]
High quality; good price; and fulfills my need [ Thompsons Scand Sep 03, 2017 ]
One of the best small TV brackets! This is the third one I have purchased over the past few years. [ Edwin May 23, 2017 ]
recommended by Crutchfield at checkout [ Michael Apr 09, 2017 ]
Simple design, Black color, Unobtrusive cable management, Good extension length, Clean design covers screws on wall, Single stud design, VESA 75, Better price than other sites! [ Roger Dec 17, 2016 ]
I am placing a tv in the corner of a room and this allows me to do that easily. [ WILLIAM Dec 10, 2016 ]
Matched my television and easy to mount. [ Kevin S. Nov 25, 2016 ]
Mounting my 40-inch TV on the wall in the bedroom. Needed to be able to move it around for optimal viewing angle at various times of the day so this fully articulating bracket will do the trick. [ Jason Oct 04, 2016 ]
Have one.......and it works very well. I'm a return customer. [ Arthur Sep 09, 2016 ]
Flexibility [ Andrew Jul 20, 2016 ]
function [ andrew Jun 22, 2016 ]
Looks good [ Darin Jun 14, 2016 ]
range of travel [ A Jun 08, 2016 ]
previous purchase. [ A Feb 15, 2016 ]
very good brand and excellent price [ Joel Fox Feb 09, 2016 ]
2 questions already asked
The mechanism is pretty rigid, if you push the tv back against the wall sure it would stay put....unless it's mounted IN the firetruck... [ BRIAN Oct 23, 2017 ]
Great for a fire-house, but not a fire-truck. Tightening the bolts on the extension arms holds them very tight and stable in a non moving environment. Might work on the truck as long as the bracket and monitor were secured in a padded, locked enclosure during travel. [ Edwin Oct 23, 2017 ]
Maybe if you tighten the screws on the arm hard enough and fold against the wall will do the job. [ JAVIER Oct 23, 2017 ]
No, it's on a swivel hinge. Any television mounted on this bracket will either need to be bungee corded or ratchet strapped for travel on the road. [ MATTHEW E Oct 23, 2017 ]
I believe so because we installed it by attaching the TV bracket to the TV and the wall bracket to the wall and then lifting the TV with its half of the bracket on to the wall half. Therefor the answer is yes. [ C MICHAEL Nov 26, 2014 ]
I have not tried to do that. However, as I assembled the rack and mounted the TV, it seems that it would be simple to do. [ GERALD Nov 25, 2014 ]
No, not easily. The TV is held on by 4 screws; it is not a lift-off or un-clip design. But this is an excellent stand for swinging the TV for viewing at different angles. [ RICHARD Nov 24, 2014 ]
I'd say it is fairly easy. The part that is attached to the TV itself, simply slides into the top of the part which is mounted on the wall. Pulling it up and off the wall-mounted part and then sliding in onto another wall-mounted part is not complicated if you can manage the weight of the TV without problems. [ Diana Nov 24, 2014 ]
Not really. It's not a quick disconnect. [ James Nov 24, 2014 ]
If you are looking to move the tv around I'd recommend leaving the mounting bracket attached to the tv and simply pull the bolt that keeps the swivel hinge together. The hinge is a sleeve several inches long; the bolt makes the connection secure but is not absolutely necessary. Then you can lift off the tv with one half of the arm and slide it into another mounted bracket. You just need to make sure you don't use the cable mgmt compartment in the half of the arm that will be travelling with the tv. [ Jose Nov 24, 2014 ]
Yes. However it is difficult putting the trv back. Need a person holding it [ Craig Nov 24, 2014 ]
the part where the mounting plate connects to the arm is 1 allen head bolt with captured nut, if using identical VSF415 the swap could be made by just unscrewing this bolt but it could be awkward without a helper [ Matthew Nov 24, 2014 ]