By Lisa Johnston
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Chief Manufacturing, in introducing a new line of mounts, called iC Mounting Solutions, said the product can handle most any application with most any size flat-panel television or projector in just eight SKUs.
Exclusive features of the iC line include the StowAway arm that hides larger LCD TVs under cabinets, and the Centris TV interface with Turn-Tite technology.
The idea behind the new product mix in the iC line is to enhance the consumer experience, while maximizing retail real estate, said Chief. The line offers retailers a simple, complete solution or an ideal up-scale second brand, said the company.
One of the new products in the line is the tilt and swivel with extension dual arm wall mount, model iC-SP-DA1s-01, which is made for LCD TVs and monitors. Suggested retail is $129.99.
The entire line is offered at suggested retails ranging from $59.99 to $239.99, with included added value such as UL-listing and a standard five-year limited warranty. The iC line began shipping in May.
In an effort to provide retailers with the tools they need, iC products will be sold in clear, concise packaging. Its colorful design offers features, benefits, specifications and contents, among other information, and is largely self selling.
New iC Mounting Solutions products include plasma and large LCD-TV mounts such as the universal low-profile flat-panel wall mount, at a suggested $179.99, and the universal tilting flat-panel wall mount, at $239.99.
LCD-TV and monitor mounts include universal low-profile flat-panel wall mount, at a suggested $59.99 retail; universal tilt or swivel flat-panel wall mount, at $79.99; universal tilt and swivel flat-panel wall mount, at $89.99; universal tilt, swivel and extension flat-panel wall mount, at $129.99; and universal swing-down under-cabinet mount, at $149.99.
A DLP and LCD projector mount is the universal projector ceiling mount, at a suggested $189.99 retail.
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