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Anker Nebula Cosmos Projector Stand, Fits All Nebula Projectors, ¼-Inch Mounting Bracket, Mini Wall or Ceiling Projector Mount

$39.99

(7 customer reviews)
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  • Easy to Install: Attach to any load-bearing wall or ceiling in minutes using the 4 included screws and a power drill.
  • Adjust with Ease: Adjust the length from 11.02 to 16.14 inches by simply loosening and tightening the screw to find the ideal position for your projector.
  • Universal Compatibility: Mount any Nebula projector with ease via the ¼-inch universal mounting point.
  • Strong and Stable: Sturdy steel body can handle a maximum of 5 kg / 11 lbs, more than enough to support any Nebula projector, including Cosmos Max.
  • What’s In The Box: Nebula Cosmos Projector Stand, screw pack, and user manual.

Specification: Anker Nebula Cosmos Projector Stand, Fits All Nebula Projectors, ¼-Inch Mounting Bracket, Mini Wall or Ceiling Projector Mount

Product Dimensions

4.61 x 4.61 x 10.24 inches

Item Weight

10.6 ounces

Item model number

AK-D0724111

Date First Available

June 11, 2020

Manufacturer

Anker

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7 reviews for Anker Nebula Cosmos Projector Stand, Fits All Nebula Projectors, ¼-Inch Mounting Bracket, Mini Wall or Ceiling Projector Mount

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  1. Frequent Amazonian

    Comes with wall anchors that don’t work. Now I’m screwed, literally. 4 big holes in the ceiling and drywall anchors that don’t work. For $40 they could at least include proper hardware. What a joke. They don’t even include any extra hardware in case you drop a piece while trying to install. Totally unimpressed.

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  2. sebastian bonacic

    The anchors it comes with are complete junk. They wouldn’t hold and luckily I didn’t trust them or my projector would have bit the dust from a 9ft free fall.
    I had to go out and buy wingnut anchors from home depot

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  3. Ram Raj Prasad

    Very useful for a small projector

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  4. Jibbs

    The hardware that comes with it will not work in drywall, especially not from the ceiling. Good luck matching at the hardware store. Why do they include concrete screws? You tell me.

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  5. Basil

    EDIT: I figured out how to lock down horizontal motion a bit better. I initially installed by screwing on the projector most of the way to the screw mount stop then tightening the lock nut down to meet the projector as tight as possible. This had the horizontal play. Instead, I loosened the lock nut until it hit the base of the screw mount, tightened the projector to meet the lock nut (ball joint locked), then loosed the ball joint to align the projector. It still doesn’t feel as secure as I’d like, but it is secure enough that plugging something into the projector won’t throw it dramatically out of alignment.

    Original: I mounted to the ceiling attached to a bracket I put up between two joists. Seems solid, precisely built, and easy to adjust. My main complaint is that when a projector is mounted (Nebula Cosmos) and fully tightened down, there is no lock on the horizontal plane. The ball joint locks in tightly and the projector is solidly mounted, but it’ll turn left and right with the force of a pinky finger, or a dangling HDMI cable. Very annoying when I paid 3x the amount of other stands on the promise of greater quality.

    It comes with concrete anchors, not drywall anchors, and honestly I’d never trust a somewhat heavy $500 projector to drywall anchors.

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  6. The Spyglass

    Clearly, I must trust this mount if I’m willing to sit directly under it! My Nebula Cosmos Max is mounted on the ceiling, directly over my couch. If I didn’t trust the design, I would sit under it! It does what it is designed to do, and it is so easy to install and adjust. I had my electrician install an outlet in my ceiling so I don’t have to worry about running a long extension to the projector.

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  7. Manolo Munoz

    Perfect fit for my Cosmos Max. Easiest projector mount to install.

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