• QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
  • QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount
QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount

QualGear PRB-717-Blk Universal Ceiling Mount Projector Accessory,Black Mount

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  • Low profile flush mount- holds projector at 6" from the ceiling
  • Universal design fits most projector brands Snap-on/snap-off design for quick installation
  • Heavy gauge cold-rolled steel material durable construction
  • Weight capacity: 30 lbs.

Customer Reviews

Very good product with so many possible options for various projectorsVery good product with so many possible options for various projectors. Used it to install OPTOMA UHD60 and it works.Pros.:Convenient to hang and to remove the projector with designed hanging bracket,Ability to adjust the projector any directionSimple to assemble and useBlack colorAbility to use with equipment up to 30lbTools includedCons (or in need of improvement):1. Spacers seem only to fit perfectly on projectors with recessed mounting hole, and UHD60 mounting holes are not recessed. Most likely minor imperfection, but what it means that either the projector s housing or the next bracket bottom spacer (depends on how you oriented) will only contact with protruding part of the spacer on one side. Again, there are 4 points of mount so if all tighten correctly, no need to worry. However, it would be great if the kit came with standard flat on both sides spacers as option.2. Small but worth mentioning, out of the box the mounting bracket needed to be aligned before assembly.3. Also, it would be great if the all adjustments had integrated marks/lines starting with 0 in the center. That way it s easier to calibrate to ideal 0 tilt position and adjust from there based on your condition(s), this would also make it easier for smaller precise adjustments.5Works with Optoma UHD51AThe website picture makes this product look quite large.I was concerned that the small hole configuration of the Optoma UHD51A would be too close.This comes with two small and two large brackets attached.Being that there are just 3 holes on the Optoma UHD51A, you need three of the small brackets.You will also need to use spacer "S" because the m4 screws are too long.4Everything you need!!!Very pleased with this mount. Easy to put together and install. The bolts that fasten this unit to the ceiling are strong and durable. The thing I like about this unit the most is how the projector bracket attaches to the ceiling mount. Most brackets when put together are stuck together. This comes in handy when your still figuring out the position of your projector. If I need to move the ceiling bracket I'm able to remove the projector (still attached to its own bracket) move the ceiling bracket and then reattach the projector and done. It's completely universal so I don't see the need to look for a ceiling mount that is specific to a certain projector. It swivels and moves. Only knock is if you ever need to touch the projector the bracket will move. Not a big deal if you have a remote. I can't find mine so I have to hit the on button on the projector causing it to move slightly, so I have to adjust it. But I'm sure if I make a modification to it, I could prevent the movement. But best bang for the buck. And is low profile.5Good product for priceThe mount itself is very sturdy. I used it to mount my Epson 5010e. There are a couple of reasons why I did not give it the full 5 stars.1) I wish it was a couple of inches longer (just a couple) so that it is easier to work with. The upside is that it looks more flush with the ceiling.2) I wish there were a few rubber pads/washers provided as the bent arms could not completely envelope the projector stand locations where the screw threads were. I had to use several of the plastic washers which looked like they would break soon.Make sure that the projector is balanced before mounting.All said and done, the mount is a bargain for the price.4Sturdy, inexpensive, works well, you need basic garage tools to put it together.Easy to instal if you have a tape measure, a drill, drill bits, hex-wrenches and a screw gun. Lots of options for mounting your projector to the mount and lots of options for moving the mounted projector so it displays correctly.If you buy this pre-plan your mount. I put mine above the couch 15 feet from my computer. I found a ceiling wall stud (using my tape measure), I put a nail in to make sure I was on the stud. So I guess you need a hammer and a nail also. Once I knew I was over the stud I pre-drilled two holes. The unit came with stout bolt screws. If your going to go that route you will need a ratcheted wrench. I abandoned those in favor of two 3" wall screws. I stood on my couch and screwed the (insert expletive here) out of them. I didn't want it falling on my head while I was watching a movie. Once the base was mounted on the ceiling I had to attach the rest of the base to the piece I screwed into the stud. I have full size hex-wrenches (Allen) that made the job easy. The one that came with the kit would be useless. The wrench that came with the kit would be even more useless. As I write this I remember you will need a ratchet wrench to adjust the mount so your projector puts the image in the spot you want. After I mounted everything I ran a 20" VGA cable across my ceiling (yep I'm classy like that), screwed a this zip tie into a ceiling wall stud above my CPU and used long staple gun staples to hold the VGA to the ceiling. It's been there for 3 months with out any problems5Strong and versatileThis mount went up easily and seems quite strong. I have a 4K ACER projector on it and it was easy to mount the projector to the mount. The package of mounting hardware for the ceiling was very extensive and should cover every situation. My 4 stars instead of 5 is because the minute adjustments are tricky with the mount, as when you tighten the bolts you can slightly misadjust the throw direction. I overcame this with patience and diligence, however, and was able to align my image exactly onto 110" screen. This is a great value. I bought it because my projector is in a basement ceiling and I needed the lowest profile mount possible- this one is what I found. I actually have half of it mounted above the drop ceiling and half below, and this worked out great. Highly recommended but be prepared for some iterative fussing to get things perfect.4Very solid, but quick release isn't greatThis is a pretty good projector mount. I don't worry about my projector falling or coming loose at all, and that's really the most important thing. I had to improvise a little to attach my projector to it, but the good news is that the mount comes with plenty of hardware to find a way to make it work. The lag bolts supplied to attach this to your ceiling are enormous, and you probably could get away with bolts a third their size unless you have a projector that weighs an absurd amount, as long as you put them directly into studs. I ended up using them anyway because I didn't feel like running out to the hardware store, and as long as you have a decent ratchet and have been eating your spinach you should be fine. Don't think for a second you can get away without pre-drilling these things though.I use this to set up my projector in my screened-in back porch so we can watch sports and movies outside when the weather is nice, so the quick release feature was something that was very important to me. Unfortunately, it's why it's a 4-star item for me and not a 5-star. The "quick release" really isn't all that quick - it requires an allen wrench to loosen two bolts and remove the part that holds the projector from the part that attaches to the ceiling. Granted, it's a lot better than having to remove the entire thing from the ceiling every time I need to bring my projector inside, but I was really hoping for a tool-less way of doing it. It also necessitates re-adjusting the projector on one axis every time I attach it instead of somehow precisely locking back into its previous position. It's still definitely a serviceable mount, but it falls short of being great for me because of that.The other thing that's silly to complain about but kind of irks me is that the part that attaches to the projector is bigger than I thought it would be. My projector won't fit in it's storage bag with it attached, so my two choices are to take the bracket off of the projector for storage or store it on a shelf without it's case. It's not a huge deal and honestly I'm not sure how anyone could pull off a bracket that I could keep attached and fit in the case, but it's an unfortunate reality that I think is worth mentioning for people who aren't looking to permanently install their projector.All in all, this is a good projector mount, especially considering how inexpensive it is. If you're installing your projector once and leaving there indefinitely, this would be great for you. I don't know of a mount to recommend with a better quick release, but I feel like there is probably one out there that would be better. I'm also fairly sure it's more expensive than this solid product.4sturdy and so adjustable its complicatedI used this to mount an Optoma HD25e projector. This mount is so adjustable in so many ways and it has so many parts, it took me a long time to figure out how to attach it to this projector. It is sort of like putting together a jig saw puzzle combined with an erector set, but it is good to have all those pieces and adjustments. This mount is solid and very adjustable. My main problem had nothing to do with the mount, really, it was finding screws to fit the projector. The two M3 10mm and one M3 14mm screws are easy enough to find, but I also wanted to use another screw socket on the projector that seems not to be documented anywhere. After spending about two hours at two different hardware stores, I could find no screw with the right thread count or thread pitch to fit this screw socket. The closest I could come is one I think was called a 1/4x20 machine screw. It threaded in four turns, just enough to help hold up the projector. I couldn't find one the right length, so I had to use a hack saw and a file to cut it down to size.With a lot of trial and error, I was able to line up all four screws with the base plate of the mount, using only two short arms and a couple of the shims (one thick and one thin) that came with the mount on one of the screw sockets which sits lower under the plate (and it needs a longer M3 screw). This is because the base of the projector is not smooth. It has high and low spots. I also used washers and lock washers to make things more secure. These are not supplied with the mount.When I finally attached the top plate to the ceiling I found I just about needed a third hand to hold the projector up in the air, while holding the bolt, washers, and nut. Also, it is hard to see what you are doing with the projector in the way of the mount. It is hard to line up the bolt holes, since you have to hold the projector at just the right height, not too high, not too low to put the bolt through.Once I got it attached, however, it was quite easy to aim the projector and line up the picture with the screen. The mount is very sturdy and adjustable, but I never want to have to take the projector down from there again.4Rock solid mount, accommodates multiple projector configurationsBefore I purchased the Qualgear PRB-717-BLK I tried the $16.99 "VANKYO Universal LED HD Projector Ceiling Mount", thinking it might be appropriate for my Vankyo V600 LED HD projector. The Vankyo mount was only able to mount their own (!!) projector by placing the center of the mount considerably off from the projector's center of gravity, so that the projector tipped forward and was much more prone to vibration than it would have been had it been properly centered. When tipped forward it was impossible to tighten the cheap hardware in the Vankyo mount sufficiently to keep it from slowly tipping even further forward over time.I next tried the Qualgear PRB-717-BLK. I selected the Qualgear model because it came with multiple length mounting arms to accommodate the odd bolt pattern in the V600 projector. The PRB-717-BLK fit the V600 projector perfectly. There were a multitude of bolts in various diameters, thread pitches, and lengths, as well as all sorts of spacers which allowed me to set the center of the Qualgear mount dead center on the V600's center of gravity, so no wobble, no vibration. The bolts of the Qualgear mount allowed me to tighten everything up super snug and I haven't seen any movement after a week of use.The Qualgear costs 75% more than the Vankyo mount. In my opinion, it is worth every extra penny.5Did the job, but didn't "lock down" like I'd expectThe mount did it's job and for the price I'd still recommend it. Mounting the projector to it was a pain trying to figure out the spacers and getting the mount level, but that's a 1 time deal. My biggest issue with it was that the screws that you tighten to "lock" the mount in position don't have anything to bite into. If the surface you tightened the screw to make contact with had teeth or a rough surface, it would work better. My projector was large and front heavy, so the picture would drift down slightly over time. I'd have to climb up, re-adjust, and re-tighten. The theater sub-woofer may have contributed to this movement though. It wasn't a big deal and didn't require frequent adjustment. Maybe every few months.3
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Description
  • Low profile flush mount- holds projector at 6" from the ceiling
  • Universal design fits most projector brands Snap-on/snap-off design for quick installation
  • Heavy gauge cold-rolled steel material durable construction
  • Weight capacity: 30 lbs.
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Very good product with so many possible options for various projectorsVery good product with so many possible options for various projectors. Used it to install OPTOMA UHD60 and it works.Pros.:Convenient to hang and to remove the projector with designed hanging bracket,Ability to adjust the projector any directionSimple to assemble and useBlack colorAbility to use with equipment up to 30lbTools includedCons (or in need of improvement):1. Spacers seem only to fit perfectly on projectors with recessed mounting hole, and UHD60 mounting holes are not recessed. Most likely minor imperfection, but what it means that either the projector s housing or the next bracket bottom spacer (depends on how you oriented) will only contact with protruding part of the spacer on one side. Again, there are 4 points of mount so if all tighten correctly, no need to worry. However, it would be great if the kit came with standard flat on both sides spacers as option.2. Small but worth mentioning, out of the box the mounting bracket needed to be aligned before assembly.3. Also, it would be great if the all adjustments had integrated marks/lines starting with 0 in the center. That way it s easier to calibrate to ideal 0 tilt position and adjust from there based on your condition(s), this would also make it easier for smaller precise adjustments.5Works with Optoma UHD51AThe website picture makes this product look quite large.I was concerned that the small hole configuration of the Optoma UHD51A would be too close.This comes with two small and two large brackets attached.Being that there are just 3 holes on the Optoma UHD51A, you need three of the small brackets.You will also need to use spacer "S" because the m4 screws are too long.4Everything you need!!!Very pleased with this mount. Easy to put together and install. The bolts that fasten this unit to the ceiling are strong and durable. The thing I like about this unit the most is how the projector bracket attaches to the ceiling mount. Most brackets when put together are stuck together. This comes in handy when your still figuring out the position of your projector. If I need to move the ceiling bracket I'm able to remove the projector (still attached to its own bracket) move the ceiling bracket and then reattach the projector and done. It's completely universal so I don't see the need to look for a ceiling mount that is specific to a certain projector. It swivels and moves. Only knock is if you ever need to touch the projector the bracket will move. Not a big deal if you have a remote. I can't find mine so I have to hit the on button on the projector causing it to move slightly, so I have to adjust it. But I'm sure if I make a modification to it, I could prevent the movement. But best bang for the buck. And is low profile.5Good product for priceThe mount itself is very sturdy. I used it to mount my Epson 5010e. There are a couple of reasons why I did not give it the full 5 stars.1) I wish it was a couple of inches longer (just a couple) so that it is easier to work with. The upside is that it looks more flush with the ceiling.2) I wish there were a few rubber pads/washers provided as the bent arms could not completely envelope the projector stand locations where the screw threads were. I had to use several of the plastic washers which looked like they would break soon.Make sure that the projector is balanced before mounting.All said and done, the mount is a bargain for the price.4Sturdy, inexpensive, works well, you need basic garage tools to put it together.Easy to instal if you have a tape measure, a drill, drill bits, hex-wrenches and a screw gun. Lots of options for mounting your projector to the mount and lots of options for moving the mounted projector so it displays correctly.If you buy this pre-plan your mount. I put mine above the couch 15 feet from my computer. I found a ceiling wall stud (using my tape measure), I put a nail in to make sure I was on the stud. So I guess you need a hammer and a nail also. Once I knew I was over the stud I pre-drilled two holes. The unit came with stout bolt screws. If your going to go that route you will need a ratcheted wrench. I abandoned those in favor of two 3" wall screws. I stood on my couch and screwed the (insert expletive here) out of them. I didn't want it falling on my head while I was watching a movie. Once the base was mounted on the ceiling I had to attach the rest of the base to the piece I screwed into the stud. I have full size hex-wrenches (Allen) that made the job easy. The one that came with the kit would be useless. The wrench that came with the kit would be even more useless. As I write this I remember you will need a ratchet wrench to adjust the mount so your projector puts the image in the spot you want. After I mounted everything I ran a 20" VGA cable across my ceiling (yep I'm classy like that), screwed a this zip tie into a ceiling wall stud above my CPU and used long staple gun staples to hold the VGA to the ceiling. It's been there for 3 months with out any problems5Strong and versatileThis mount went up easily and seems quite strong. I have a 4K ACER projector on it and it was easy to mount the projector to the mount. The package of mounting hardware for the ceiling was very extensive and should cover every situation. My 4 stars instead of 5 is because the minute adjustments are tricky with the mount, as when you tighten the bolts you can slightly misadjust the throw direction. I overcame this with patience and diligence, however, and was able to align my image exactly onto 110" screen. This is a great value. I bought it because my projector is in a basement ceiling and I needed the lowest profile mount possible- this one is what I found. I actually have half of it mounted above the drop ceiling and half below, and this worked out great. Highly recommended but be prepared for some iterative fussing to get things perfect.4Very solid, but quick release isn't greatThis is a pretty good projector mount. I don't worry about my projector falling or coming loose at all, and that's really the most important thing. I had to improvise a little to attach my projector to it, but the good news is that the mount comes with plenty of hardware to find a way to make it work. The lag bolts supplied to attach this to your ceiling are enormous, and you probably could get away with bolts a third their size unless you have a projector that weighs an absurd amount, as long as you put them directly into studs. I ended up using them anyway because I didn't feel like running out to the hardware store, and as long as you have a decent ratchet and have been eating your spinach you should be fine. Don't think for a second you can get away without pre-drilling these things though.I use this to set up my projector in my screened-in back porch so we can watch sports and movies outside when the weather is nice, so the quick release feature was something that was very important to me. Unfortunately, it's why it's a 4-star item for me and not a 5-star. The "quick release" really isn't all that quick - it requires an allen wrench to loosen two bolts and remove the part that holds the projector from the part that attaches to the ceiling. Granted, it's a lot better than having to remove the entire thing from the ceiling every time I need to bring my projector inside, but I was really hoping for a tool-less way of doing it. It also necessitates re-adjusting the projector on one axis every time I attach it instead of somehow precisely locking back into its previous position. It's still definitely a serviceable mount, but it falls short of being great for me because of that.The other thing that's silly to complain about but kind of irks me is that the part that attaches to the projector is bigger than I thought it would be. My projector won't fit in it's storage bag with it attached, so my two choices are to take the bracket off of the projector for storage or store it on a shelf without it's case. It's not a huge deal and honestly I'm not sure how anyone could pull off a bracket that I could keep attached and fit in the case, but it's an unfortunate reality that I think is worth mentioning for people who aren't looking to permanently install their projector.All in all, this is a good projector mount, especially considering how inexpensive it is. If you're installing your projector once and leaving there indefinitely, this would be great for you. I don't know of a mount to recommend with a better quick release, but I feel like there is probably one out there that would be better. I'm also fairly sure it's more expensive than this solid product.4sturdy and so adjustable its complicatedI used this to mount an Optoma HD25e projector. This mount is so adjustable in so many ways and it has so many parts, it took me a long time to figure out how to attach it to this projector. It is sort of like putting together a jig saw puzzle combined with an erector set, but it is good to have all those pieces and adjustments. This mount is solid and very adjustable. My main problem had nothing to do with the mount, really, it was finding screws to fit the projector. The two M3 10mm and one M3 14mm screws are easy enough to find, but I also wanted to use another screw socket on the projector that seems not to be documented anywhere. After spending about two hours at two different hardware stores, I could find no screw with the right thread count or thread pitch to fit this screw socket. The closest I could come is one I think was called a 1/4x20 machine screw. It threaded in four turns, just enough to help hold up the projector. I couldn't find one the right length, so I had to use a hack saw and a file to cut it down to size.With a lot of trial and error, I was able to line up all four screws with the base plate of the mount, using only two short arms and a couple of the shims (one thick and one thin) that came with the mount on one of the screw sockets which sits lower under the plate (and it needs a longer M3 screw). This is because the base of the projector is not smooth. It has high and low spots. I also used washers and lock washers to make things more secure. These are not supplied with the mount.When I finally attached the top plate to the ceiling I found I just about needed a third hand to hold the projector up in the air, while holding the bolt, washers, and nut. Also, it is hard to see what you are doing with the projector in the way of the mount. It is hard to line up the bolt holes, since you have to hold the projector at just the right height, not too high, not too low to put the bolt through.Once I got it attached, however, it was quite easy to aim the projector and line up the picture with the screen. The mount is very sturdy and adjustable, but I never want to have to take the projector down from there again.4Rock solid mount, accommodates multiple projector configurationsBefore I purchased the Qualgear PRB-717-BLK I tried the $16.99 "VANKYO Universal LED HD Projector Ceiling Mount", thinking it might be appropriate for my Vankyo V600 LED HD projector. The Vankyo mount was only able to mount their own (!!) projector by placing the center of the mount considerably off from the projector's center of gravity, so that the projector tipped forward and was much more prone to vibration than it would have been had it been properly centered. When tipped forward it was impossible to tighten the cheap hardware in the Vankyo mount sufficiently to keep it from slowly tipping even further forward over time.I next tried the Qualgear PRB-717-BLK. I selected the Qualgear model because it came with multiple length mounting arms to accommodate the odd bolt pattern in the V600 projector. The PRB-717-BLK fit the V600 projector perfectly. There were a multitude of bolts in various diameters, thread pitches, and lengths, as well as all sorts of spacers which allowed me to set the center of the Qualgear mount dead center on the V600's center of gravity, so no wobble, no vibration. The bolts of the Qualgear mount allowed me to tighten everything up super snug and I haven't seen any movement after a week of use.The Qualgear costs 75% more than the Vankyo mount. In my opinion, it is worth every extra penny.5Did the job, but didn't "lock down" like I'd expectThe mount did it's job and for the price I'd still recommend it. Mounting the projector to it was a pain trying to figure out the spacers and getting the mount level, but that's a 1 time deal. My biggest issue with it was that the screws that you tighten to "lock" the mount in position don't have anything to bite into. If the surface you tightened the screw to make contact with had teeth or a rough surface, it would work better. My projector was large and front heavy, so the picture would drift down slightly over time. I'd have to climb up, re-adjust, and re-tighten. The theater sub-woofer may have contributed to this movement though. It wasn't a big deal and didn't require frequent adjustment. Maybe every few months.3
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  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
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  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
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