Just wanted to see if anyone is currently experiencing a possible issue with the Sonos One not being securely screwed to the provided Sanus brackets shipping with new WSS22 "Sonos One" stands. As the old Play 1 had a screw at the back of them, old Gen. Sanus brackets (for the WSS1) had the holes and could be secured to the speakers, however as Sonos seems to have done away with the screw design together with any compatibility with previous Play 1 stands, it appears to be to difficult to design a bracket to actually firm grasp the base of the Sonos One Speakers, making it easier for a toddler to sustain damage from an unstable speaker even though the base is wide and stable it's easy for the speaker to get knocked and damaged which also potentially means more sales for Sonos due damaged Ones in the process
Please comment if anyone seems to have bought one yet and concurs there is a chance of the speaker getting knocked of the bracket base easily unless the "base bracket grip" can be tightened. Sonos don't appear to sell the Flexson version of the One stands as yet on the website, but on contacting Flexson , their technical document shows the base bracket to be near enough the full size if the Sonos speaker base at appx 110mm, unfortunately the only way to test if it's any more secure woulf to buy those as well now and return the ones that are worse off. It's quite a shame to release premium products with such oversight , I certainly hope it's not becoming a bit like DYSON and release iterations of products far inferior in design and longevity than it's predecessors with each new version and not being any cheaper!!
Look Forward to any thoughts on this current dilemma!!...