Ok, I’ll admit it – I went down an online shopping rabbit hole, and I’ve had a few deliveries lately – but it’s important I keep across what’s new and what’s hot. Which is why the Kogan Larvik Studio TV Stand stood out to me.
I’ve seen big TV brands sell their TVs on cool new display stands, artists easel style stands – you name it. So grabbing one that would work with any TV seemed ideal.
And it was a bargain too – $129.99.
This “tripod” style stand has timber legs, which you can choose in two colours, natural or dark Oak – and the natural has a white connector option also.
Assembly was simple, the three legs screw into the connecting middle, and you screw the TV mount into the back of your TV then slide it onto the stand.
In the box are all the screws you’ll need for any TV from 45 to 65 inches.
To demonstrate, I put a 40 inch Dick Smith TV on the stand. This thing must be 4-5 years old now if not more, and still goes great but has no style to it.
Seriously, that easy!
Perfect to put your TV in the corner of the lounge or living room and I suspect really make people stop and look.
Cable management is key, there are some inclusions for that – but I reckon that’d be the most time consuming part of the whole process.I
I ordered mine on the 19th, it arrived three business days later and I was setup within 20 minutes.
A really nice looking item that will suit the most expensive, or basic TV you have