4 Common Misconceptions About Mobile TV Stands

27 February 2021


By John Smith



TVs have come a long way since they were first introduced into society and so have mobile TV stands. However, there are still common misconceptions that people have that should be addressed.

If you’re hesitant about buying a mobile TV stand for your home, office or school, it’s likely that you’ve come across these misconceptions.

And the worst part is, you’re likely missing out on the great benefits that a mobile TV stand can provide.

That’s why in this article, we’re going to address four common misconceptions about mobile TV stands.

Let’s get to busting some myths.

1. They aren’t durable

Mobile TV stands aren’t durable, right? Wouldn’t it be better to mount my TV on the wall and never move it around?


If you shop from a reputable supplier, mobile TV stands are made with durable aluminium and are made to last. In fact, most TV stands from a good supplier will be able to support anywhere between 50-100kgs. That’s much heavier than most televisions on the market.

2. Mobile TV stands are only for box TVs

If the only time you’ve ever seen a mobile TV stand used was decades ago, we don’t blame you. Traditional mobile TV stands were mostly suited for box TVs since they were basically rolling tables.

This design makes older TV stands unsafe and generally unusable for the flatscreen TVs that are common today. After all, flatscreen TVs have a relatively small base that’s great for aesthetics but not so great for regular movement.

These days, however, mobile TV stands are much different from their older counterparts. In fact, mobile TV stands now work in a similar way to wall mounts. The flatscreen is mounted from its back rather than just sitting on top of a platform.

3. Moveable TV stands are ugly

Looking at mobile TV stands of the past, we definitely have to agree with you here. However, mobile TV stand aesthetics has received an upgrade in recent times and functionality is not the only concern.

Moveable TV stands no longer resemble moving tables but rather the sleek TVs they now support. With an anodized aluminium alloy and a sleek, shiny finish your mobile TV stand will resemble a trendy piece of furniture rather than an eyesore.

4. Mobile TV stands are difficult to wheel around

As mobile TV stands became more common so did the need to improve their mobility. These days high-quality mobile TV stands come with heavy-duty braked castors. These wheels ensure smooth transportation and stable placement.

Gone are the days of chair-like wheels being used for mobile TV stands. Now, it’s all about giving you the best user experience with industrial-level wheels that won’t get stuck or simply fall off.

Find the perfect flatscreen mobile TV stand today

Now that these myths are busted, it’s time for you to see the kinds of TV stands you can get your hands on today. Here at Screen Mounts Australia, we only provide the highest quality mobile TV stands on the market.

Check out our heavy-duty and premium TV stand options today.