Vogel Wins Design Award For Thin Wall Mount

Written by Marie Jones     01/04/2011 | 05:14 | Category: MOUNTING SOLUTIONS

Vogel, the Dutch company which designs a range of ultra thin wall mounts for televisions, has won the prestigious international Red Dot Award for its THIN 345 device.

Vogel Wins Design Award For Thin Wall Mount

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Introduced as part of the company's THIN series, this year, the mount is virtually invisible to the eye, and blends the TV into its surroundings.

The Red Dot Award is a renowned design award that is selected by an international jury of designers and design experts.

This year, approximately 1,700 companies from 60 countries took part in the competition, with 4,433 entries in total.

Gerdi Vogels, Vogel's CEO said: "I am very proud that we are again one of the winners of this most renowned international design award."

The Vogel's THIN 345 is specially designed to make flat screen TVs look fantastic and with just 3.5 centimetres of space between the wall and the TV, designed to blend the screen into its surroundings.

The THIN 345 flat screen mounts, which have been dubbed "virtually invisible" can be turned 90 degrees to the right and left and tilted 20 degrees for the best viewing position.

The Cable Inlay System discretely conceals cables out of sight and screens can also be easily levelled after mounting with the level adjuster that's included.

Vogel's THIN 345 wall mount is available from all leading retailers including Clive Peeters and selected
Harvey Norman stores. The unit is priced at $599 including GST.

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