Hangman Products To Debut Revolutionary No-Stud TV Hanger at Consumer Electronics Show

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Hangman Products will debut its No-Stud TV Hanger, a startlingly lightweight, easy-to-install hanger with a UL rating of up to 80 pounds, at the Consumer Electronics Show in January.

No-Stud TV Hanger

The revolutionary No-Stud TV hanger requires no anchoring device and is UL rated for TVs up to 80 pounds.

It’s hard to turn heads in Vegas, but Hangman Products may have the hottest ticket in town when it unveils the No Stud TV Hanger at the Consumer Electronics Show in January, 2014.

Defying logic, this simple product uses tiny nails, which leave nothing but pinholes, inserted into aircraft grade interlocking brackets, to hang any flat backed LED or LCD TV up to a UL rating of 80 pounds, with absolutely no need for an anchoring device. This weight rating does not come from Hangman, but from the ultimate authority, Underwriters Laboratory.

The simplicity of the system is its signature. The hanger and TV can be installed in less time than it takes to unpack the box.

For larger TVs, the Simple Mount TV Hanger will also be on board at the CES show. This heavier-duty hanger has a UL rating of up to 125 pounds, and installs in under 10 minutes.

The Hangman No Stud TV Hanger and Simple Mount TV Hanger will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show, January 7-10, 2014, South Hall Booth #1-21948.

You will have to see it to believe it.

About Hangman Products: Hangman Products creates hardware solutions for everyday needs. The multiple-patented Hangman Systems are carefully engineered to guarantee a safe and sturdy installation while promising to hang it level every time. Hangman’s products range from Hanging Pictures, Hanging Mirrors, Hanging Framed Art, TV/Stereo Mounts and Safety to Garage/Slat Wall and Organization. They are designed to meet the installation requirements for retailers, consumers and manufacturers. Hangman's ever-expanding line of products can handle even the most difficult projects.

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