NB North Bayou Mobile TV Cart TV Stand with Wheels for 55″ – 80″ Inch LCD LED OLED Plasma Flat Panel Screens up to 200lbs

(10 customer reviews)


Product details

Mounting Type Floor Standing
Movement Type Fixed
Brand NB North Bayou
Material Alloy Steel
TV Size 80 Inches
Color Black
  • ※UNIVERSAL ROLLING TV CART: Fit most 55″-80″ LCD LED OLED Flat Screens with universal VESA patterns from 200x200mm to 800x500mm
  • ※RELIABLE HEAVY-DUTY: Thanks for heavy-duty construction and durable materials, this TV cart holds up to 200 pounds (90.9 kg) TV and meets quality of UL certification(Pass UL Certificate by 3-times loading testing). Very few brands can pass UL test in 200 pounds, secured by wide and stable steel frame base, Base max width 39.1″(995mm), Base max depth 23.7″(604mm)
  • ※TV CART WITH WHEELS: Features with smooth lockable caster wheels are safe for easy maneuvering, so you can move your TV anywhere. Perfect choice for your home, office, school airport ,shopping malls, conference rooms, trade shows, hotels and more, The caster wheels provide smooth mobility on both hardwood and carpet floors.
  • ※HEIGHT ADJUSTABLE TV STAND: TV height adjustable from 53″ to 65″, Easily customized for a better viewing position. Built-in wire management integrated, which helps wires and cables are well organized to hide in the back of the TV stand.
  • ※TWO ADJUSTABLE SHELVES: Comes with two height adjustable shelves: Top Camera shelf (5″x 10″) and video tray (10.2×19.6″) perfect choice for interactive video conferencing and home daily use case
SKU: B00XBZ9PXO Category:


Product Description


NB North Bayou Mobile TV Cart

This universal TV stand with wheels is compatible with most 55”-80‘’ flat and curved panel LED, LCD, and plasma TVs on the current market. The rolling universal black steel TV cart offers a great solution for business presentations, educational sessions or any other information sharing venues.


Multi Function

  • Upper shelf to hold webcam for teleconferences.
  • Middlе shelf for cablе box, Roku, TiVo, PlayStаtion, Xbox and equipment you use.
  • Integrated cable management to make your wires and cables well organized.
  • The height of your TV is adjustable
  • Heavy-duty construction and durable materials, the TV cart can meet quality of UL Certification.
  • Lockable wheels help to move your TV anywhere you want and locked safety.



Additional information

Weight 62 lbs
Dimensions 28 × 40 × 91 in
Item Weight

62 Pounds

Product Dimensions

28 x 40 x 91 inches

Item model number



32000 Grams



Date First Available

September 19 2015


NB North Bayou

10 reviews for NB North Bayou Mobile TV Cart TV Stand with Wheels for 55″ – 80″ Inch LCD LED OLED Plasma Flat Panel Screens up to 200lbs

  1. Living Life

    Any doubts I had before assembly have been removed. Great purchase.Took about an hour or so to assemble. The only help needed happened when we mounted a 75″ Samsung TV. Strong and very easy to maneuver. Locking wheels are useful. As I sit here using it as my computer monitor and main TV I’m completely satisfied.

  2. PDQ

    A really solid stand for big screensYup. It’s a really solid stand for big screens. Heavy enough and engineered to make tipping over difficult if not impossible. And the wheels lock to prevent it rolling away.

  3. Jonathan clarke

    Perfect solution for what I neededGreat product

  4. #1BearsFan

    Heavy DutyEasy to assemble did it by myself in about 2 hours very sturdy putting this on my deck this winter for NFL

  5. muradali

    Great ProductExcellent product and great price! I installed a smart board and it fit perfectly!

  6. Nils

    A GOOD, STURDY, CART. Assembly was challenging at times.I found this one difficult to assemble. Parts were easy, but parts of the process were not well explained in the printed directions. If I’d assembled one like this before I would have known how to do it, but it was all new when I got it. I spent a couple of hours trying to figure out some of the assembly steps, and the printed directions were challenging sometimes.I finally found a video on Youtube, uploaded by the manufacturer, showing how to assemble it. Just search for the model number of the cart and watch it through, then work along with it. It greatly simplifies the process.One problem I didn’t anticipate was that the bolts that came with it don’t fit a Samsung TV. For my 75″ TV, I had to go buy some bolts and washers to go with them. I ended up buying a whole set because I wasn’t sure what type and length were needed. If I’d followed the directions and tried to use the enclosed bolts, the TV would have come crashing down. They were way too short to have fastened securely, and the directions should have made clear that bolts other than the ones that were included, might be needed. So make sure if you have a bigger set to check with its manufacturer about what kind of bolts to use.Back to the cart: I like it. It’s a nicely designed cart, very solid and sturdy, once you get it assembled. Once it’s assembled, it works well. So I’m giving this five stars. But I’d suggest the manufacturer include a link to the video stamped somewhere on the instruction manual. It definitely simplifies things.

  7. Ivy Stryker

    Sturdy on my 65″. Took me a while to decide, but I’ll probably be buying an additional one of these as well.I read through a lot of reviews on a ton of these before I settled on this one and while I’m happy with it overall, there’s a couple things I’ve got to mention.Pros:1. Sturdy. Doesn’t wiggle at all with my 65″ LG65UJ6540 on it. Doesn’t feel like it’s weak or shoddily designed. 100% happy with this.2. Rolls easily. All 4 wheels have locking casters that roll across my carpet and hardwood & tile easily.3. Easy assembly instructions.Cons:1. The lowest height is a bit taller than what I’m used to for my tvs. I normally keep my tvs 10 inches off the ground though, so that’s not really a realistic height expectation for me to have with an item like this. Still though. Hahaha.2. With the tv on the lowest height there are no cable management holes available. The lowest pinned & screwed height on the pole sleaves just the edge of the cable management holes visible. I’m not certain this is a bad thing though, as I can’t imagine shoving my cables into those holes and having them actually show up out the bottom, as they’d have to pass by the retainer pins & screws to reach the bottom.3. Only one shelf. This thing could support more shelves but for some reason none of these companies (well, I’m starting to think there’s actually only a couple companies that make these and then they get stamped as other companies) will sell spare shelves.I had a couple of these bookmarked and had originally planned on getting this one for 1 tv and a different one for my other tv. However now that I’ve seen the build quality of this one I believe I’ll just order another one of these, as I am satisfied overall.I’ll add a picture of my tv on the lowest height later, but for now here’s a picture of the back. The docs say that the upper webcam shelf (which I velcro strapped my soundbar to) only holds 10lbs. I figure this is a side effect of the screws, so I reinforced things that could fall (top shelf and bottom shelf) with zip ties, as seen in this picture.

  8. Mitchell

    better than expected.I mounted a 75″ TV to the stand and it works with no problems. sturdy and stable on low pile office carpeted floor. The cable pass-thru is a joke, as the pass thru holes are too small to accept the end of the power strip cord I wanted to fish through it. I would buy again. Very happy, but you’ll need to zip tie the cords to the stand.

  9. Alex Y.

    Yes! It’s what I was looking for. 75-inch LG TV.75-inch LG TV 2019, 30 minutes to put together and mount (2 people).The box came TOTALLY trashed…not sure if it was Amazon or the manufacturer. I checked the quality of the parts and made sure I had no missing pieces as I didn’t feel like having to deal with returning such a big and heavy product. Luckily everything was there and nothing was damaged.Put it together quick with someone and was able to mount the TV with ease. It’s hard to roll around with a 75 inch tv on it, but it does roll with ease and locks all four wheels with decent amount of force. Definitely sturdy (except when moving it, tv feels like it may tip if I’m not careful) as the parts are heavy and seem strong enough to keep the tv mounted without tilt etc.They also made the tv adjustable in the future in case you want to move it (tv) up or down. Does take some strength but definitely possible. Overall, I’d go with this brand again but could use a better shipping experience.

  10. MP

    Heavy Duty TV/Video standI own a 78″ smart board with projector. Originally my smart board was mounted to the wall (preferred mounting method) but I moved and now I am renting. Well, I didn’t want to put holes in the walls of my rental and I really wanted the board to be mobile, so I needed another method of mounting the smart board. I looked for a stand for the smart board, but I was unable to find one. So I figured I could make a TV stand work. I did a lot of research before I picked this particular model and most of the other stands were about 1/2 this price, but they would only support 100 lbs. This is the only stand I could find (for a reasonable price) that would hold 200 lbs. The smart board is really to big for this stand, but I was determined to make it work. I had to build a frame out of 2 x 4’s (see picture of the back) , but I was able to use the original mounting hardware using the frame I built. (see picture of mounting brackets) It took a little effort to get everything adjusted, but it works and I can roll it out of the way when it is not in use. I like the shelf it comes with, for me this holds the computer for smart board, making it a single unit. (Board, Projector and Computer)If I were to get a large TV (>55″) I would go with this stand. For anything less than 55″ I would say you are fine with the smaller stands.Overall this is a great mobile stand, I had no issues with it.

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