Pay careful attention to the difference in the images on the box and the image in the gallery showing several views of the mount.
In reality the mount looks like the images on the box and not the ones showing the mount in several views. This is an important distinction as the reality is much bulkier and has large, ugly pieces of rubber on the mount that aren't shown in either set of images.
Overall, it's bulky, much bigger than it needs to be and very low grade, hard plastic.
One good feature is the tightening screws on the clip that sits on the back of the TV.
I can't understand why ORB didn't use the mounting hole on the bottom of the camera but chose instead to have you push your camera into a minimally padded hole in their mount.
Sure, you save yourself a couple of quid and that may be worth compromising on quality. Personally, I'll be getting the Sony version instead and selling my ORB mount on ebay.