Kanto MTM82PL Height Adjustable Mobile TV Stand with Adjustable Shelf for 50-inch to 82-inch TVs

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Mounting Type Floor Standing
Movement Type Fixed
Brand Kanto
Material Metal
TV Size 82 Inches
Color Black
  • SECURED TV STAND. This mobile stand lets you move your flat-screen TV around your home or office with ease. It features four quick-release wheel locks that roll smoothly for effortless mobility. Each 3.5-inch wheel has a locking mechanism that you release by stepping on a lever. This ensures that the stand remains stable once the television set is where you want it.
  • HIGHLY ADJUSTABLE. The mounting brackets fit most television panels from 50 to 82 inches. The stand’s height can be adjusted with two buttons on the center columns, letting you position your television at any height from 48 to 65.7 inches, for optimal viewing. What’s more, it has an adjustable middle tray for your laptop, mobile device, or other gadgets.
  • EXCELLENT DURABILITY. Kanto’s mobile TV stand is made of high-quality durable steel with a powder-coated finish. It can safely support televisions of up to 200 pounds. This is ideal for presentation rooms in schools, offices, and even your home.
  • SLEEK DESIGN. With its minimalist design, this mobile TV stand features an accessory tray and a top shelf where you can store accessories like the remote, audio-visual equipment, cables, and webcam. Its low-profile design lets it fit between doors and doesn’t take up too much floor space.
  • CLUTTER-FREE SETUP. This versatile TV mount is easy to assemble thanks to the online step-by-step instruction video and installation manual. It comes with all the mounting bolts, spacers, and washers you need to fit any flat-panel TV between 50 to 82 inches. It also features hollow vertical tubes for integrated cable management, keeping your equipment and accessories organized and neat.

SKU: B01AO71FRU Category:


Product Description

Redefining the term ‘mobile device.’

The MTM82PL provides a safe way of maneuvering your TV around any home or office setting. Its steel frame is quick to assemble and features 3.5-inch rubber casters to smoothly roll it between locations. Along with a top shelf suitable for a webcam, this rolling TV stand includes a height-adjustable steel tray to conveniently carry your laptop, PVR, or other digital devices. Its telescopic center columns offer 17.7 inches of height adjustment and feature integrated cable management for an exceptionally tidy setup. To ensure your TV and accessories remain secure, each wheel includes a quick-release lock that can be easily applied and released with your foot.

kanto mtm82pl mobile tv mount with adjustable shelf supports up to 82 inch tvs weighing up to 200 lb

all in one solution

height adjustment

quick release wheel locks

hidden cable management

Includes a webcam shelf and a height-adjustable tray for your devices.

Set your TV at eye-level for optimal viewing.

Ensure your TV remains securely in place.

Keep your cables organized and out-of-sight.

mount your tv with confidence. all hardware included with customer support

Additional information

Weight 47.2 kg
Dimensions 39.3 × 28.7 × 93 cm
Item Weight

47.2 pounds

Product Dimensions

39.3 x 28.7 x 93 inches

Country of Origin


Item model number




Date First Available

January 15 2016



10 reviews for Kanto MTM82PL Height Adjustable Mobile TV Stand with Adjustable Shelf for 50-inch to 82-inch TVs

  1. Amazon Customer

    An Awesome large TV standI received this is just a few days after placing the order. The items were well packed and each piece had a secure spot in the foam packaging. No damage, no scratches and no missing parts. The stand assembled in just a few minutes. The company also has great YouTube support in case you prefer videos over a paper assembly manual. The all steel casters lock and roll easily. I ended up mounting a gifted Samsung 51″ Plasma set that will allow us to use this on our outdoor patio with the hot tub. This comes highly recommended!

  2. Taryn Byrd

    Very stable TV standThis mobile stand is very sturdy. I use it at the foot of my bed and hide the cords under the bed. The shelf that comes with it is cheesy and not sturdy but the stand itself is very sturdy. I used the small shelf which works well for the Apple TV above the tv. It’s a nice setup. Assembling was a little pain but not terrible.

  3. caribean joe

    An extra hand is always helpful.I used this product to house my 82″ Samsung TV and sound bar with woofer below.

  4. DaveR12

    Great stand, one little issueThe stand is very stable and well made. I have a 65″ LG TV mounted to it and it works great. I would have given it 5 stars because of the excellent construction and stability, but knocked a star off because of what I believe to be a minor design flaw. My TV is 300 x 300mm, so the two vertical brackets that fasten to the TV were about the same width as the two vertical support tubes on the stand and would not clear them. The top of the vertical bracket hooks over the top edge of the stand’s horizontal mounting plate (this is how most TV mounts work). The bottom of the vertical bracket hangs underneath the horizontal plate and extends about 1/2″ behind it so that a locking bracket can be screwed on. This 1/2″ extension is what hit the vertical tubes and wouldn’t let the brackets swing back and hang flat. I therefore would not have been able to put on the little locking brackets to secure the TV to the stand. If the horizontal mounting plate was spaced away from the upright tubes about 1/2″, this would have worked.I thought about getting some spacers and longer bolts, but decided to use a vesa adapter plate to move the two vertical brackets further apart. In hindsight, I should have bought spacers and longer bolts because the adapter plate that I bought was a bit of a hassle. It took longer to get the adapter plate setup than to assemble the stand.

  5. Mike Nittinger

    Quality construction, easy assembly.Great build quality with some nice touches. Responsive customer service.Pros: I have absolutely zero concerns with the sturdiness of this, holding up a ~50 pound TV. All the pre-threaded holes were clean and easy to hand-start threads. The holes in the uprights are fantastic for cable runs and the included plastic trim pieces completely prevent cable damage from a stray burr (and I had no such burrs). Very easy for 1-person assembly, though you’ll absolutely need a second person to mount the TV on the stand.Cons: Some of the included bolts are slightly shorter than I’d have expected. The bolts holding the TV mount plate only thread through perhaps 50% of the the pre-threaded depth in the plate itself. An extra 1/8″ bolt length would use the complete depth. That said, There are roughly three full threads holding in each of the 4 bolts, which I think is more than sufficient. Also included are a variety of bolts and spacers to mount brackets to a TV, but they were all far too short to handle my TV, which I understand is an outlier (Samsung 65″ curved). Exceptionally large plugs may have some difficulty getting down the uprights, past the height-locking hardware.

  6. Paul Cooper

    Solid product, however, not easy to hide the cables.There are a lot of TV stands on Amazon. I chose Kanto for no particular reason and I am glad I did. The product is study and well designed. It looks attractive. It took me about an hour to set up, and the only aspect I struggled with was attaching the table that would hold the cable box or DVD player (positioned underneath the TV in the picture). Fortunately, Kanto has a great website with online videos, so after watching that, it was a snap to finish the job. Having that video resource was very helpful and saved me a lot of frustration.The only knock on this product is that the power cords may not be able to run inside the posts. My didn’t at least, because the power cables were too short. I also found trying to thread longer cables through the posts to be a hassle. So if that is critical to your needs, look elsewhere. I ended up neatly tying the cables and attaching them to the posts, and while this works for me, it may not be preferred for everyone.

  7. M. Harrington

    Great stand, but assembly instructions suckThis is a great stand, especially for one like myself who wasn’t sure where I wanted my new TV to live. HOWEVER the directions for assembling it were really lacking. Parts weren’t labeled, the drawings in the paper instruction pamphlet weren’t always decipherable, and the video, though very helpful, wasn’t careful to show which screw or part they were using for quite a few of the steps. It’s frustrating, because with clear, precise instructions, this stand would have been EASY to put together.

  8. Dennis Wheelock

    Pretty sure you can’t lift an engine with this, but it is pretty sturdy.I have the MTM82PL version for the larger screens. This thing is sturdy, It rolls well on my hardwood floors and the locking wheels do keep it in place. I have a 65 inch tv on it and have no doubt a much larger one could have been mounted as well. The height is pretty easy to adjust with 2 people or one if you are pretty strong. I have it set about 1/2 way up and this has the top of my tv at about 6 feet. I’m pretty sure I could get another foot by lifting all the way. The directions were easy enough to follow. tools were included to assemble. I did need my own phillips screwdriver so you will need one of those. The tubes are hollow and work well to hide cables. There are cutouts to allow cable routing.Cons. The legs stick out a bit in front of this. This is needed for center of gravity and stability. You’ll want something to keep this from being a trip hazzard. I put a small table in front.

  9. Will Hicks

    It does the Job!This is for our Lions Den and the big TV we just got so we can show videos at meetings. It is perfect for what we got it for. A small shelf will accommodate the DVD player we have. It rolls smoothly and feels solid when moving. That is important when you have a 65″ glass hanging off of it. We don’t have and 88 inch TV but if we ever get one we will have the stand for it. Some might say an overkill. We saw it more as a safety thing for a bunch of elderly people moving it around. I would recommend it.

  10. Vlad W.

    Excellent standIt was easy to assemble, although required 2 people at some stages. (Not surprisingly, since it supports large TVs). Easy to move around. Appears very sturdy. We found only 3 minor issues: 1) the printed directions have poor quality drawings, so there is quite a bit of guessing what they mean; 2) threading cables through the stands is a bit tricky and requires a string; the screw su3) the two metal pieces that are supposed to keep the TV in place do not fit very well and require brute force to screw in. Overall, pretty satisfied with these stands – that’s the 2nd one we purchased.

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