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Neo-Flex LCD Arm

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List Price: $79.00
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  • LCD Size: ≤ 22"; Capacity: < 18 lbs / 8.2 kg; Lift: 8" / 20 cm; Tilt: 180°; Pan: 360°; Rotation: 360° P/L
  • VESA: MIS-D, 100/75, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm or 75 x 75 mm)
  • Warranty: Three (3) years
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Technical Details

  • Model: 45-174-300

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 14 x 5 inches ; 6.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 8.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000AMJC2K
  • Item model number: 45-174-300
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (289 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 7, 2004

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Neo-Flex in use
Neo-Flex LCD Arm

Sleek and Streamlined Design

Add flexibility to your LCD monitor—position your screen exactly where you want it. Extend, retract, twist and turn your display with only a touch; simply push the arm’s side button to raise or lower its height.

Benefits

  • All-metal construction for durability
  • Streamline design looks great and uses little space
  • Position your display for maximum ergonomic comfort to relieve eye, neck and back strain
  • Free up your table or desktop to increase your workspace
  • Ideal for use in situations where multiple people use a single display—each can position the screen for personalized viewing
  • Extends/retracts LCD up to 19.3" (49 cm); push your display out of the way when not in use

Specifications

LCD Size Capacity Lift Tilt Pan Rotation VESA
≤ 22" ≤ 18 lbs
≤ 8.2 kg
8"
20 cm
180° 360° 360° MIS-D

Neo-Flex LCD Arm with Tablet Bracket
Add on the Tablet Cradle for use with an iPad
  • In the box: Neo-Flex arm, extension, desk clamp and grommet mount base, monitor attachment hardware
  • Mounting Standard: VESA FDMI MIS-D, 100/75, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm & 75 x 75 mm)
  • Can be configured to hold a tablet instead of an LCD display; also order accessory Tablet Cradle (part number 80-106-085)
  • Extra thick displays may decrease weight capacity. See manufacturer’s web site for details
  • Pans at base 360°; pans at extension 360°; pans at monitor 180°
  • Includes two installation options: Desk Clamp attaches to surface edge up to 1.8" (46 mm) thick; Grommet Mount attaches through hole up to 2" (51 mm) wide and up to 1-3/4" (44 mm) thick
  • To change height of display, depress button on side of arm while positioning screen at desired height
Display Mount
Comparision
LX Desk Mount LCD Arm LX Desk Mount LCD Arm, Tall Pole MX Desk Mount LCD Arm Neo-Flex LCD Stand Neo-Flex LCD Arm
45-241-026 45-295-026 45-214-026 33-310-060 45-174-300
Mounting Application Single monitor Single monitor Heavy display Single monitor Single monitor
Maximum Screen Size 24" 24" 30" 24" 22"
Weight Range 7–20 lbs 7–20 lbs 14–30 lbs 6–16 lbs ≤ 18 lbs
Height Adjustment 13" 13" 5" 5" 8"
Easy-Adjust CF Technology YES YES YES YES -

Product Description

This Arm adds flexibility to your LCD. Simply push the side button while lifting the display, then position it where you want it. Get ergonomic comfort for a great price.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

For us, they were worth the money.
B. Cameron
The arm as certain settings to click into, but the rest is your imagination how you want to move the monitor around.
AKA
It is very well made, sturdy, and easy to set up.
kg4jup

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

43 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Billy D on July 18, 2007
I absolutely love this LCD arm. When I was looking for a new LCD monitor, I was shocked to find that most of the LCDs on the market today do not have the ability to rotate to portrait mode. That feature is really only found on the Dell ultrasharp LCDs, which cost much more than most LCDs on the market today.

After doing some research, I came across the Ergotron website and found the "new" model of this arm for double the cost of the one listed above. The model listed above is last years model, but the only real difference is the style/looks. I still say this arm is very stylish.

In the box, you will find all the parts needed to mount the arm a variety of ways. The most common way is to clap it to the rear of your worksurface, but a grommet is also included so that you could drill a hole through your surface and clamp it to the hole.

The arm is very strong (the manufacturer says it can hold up to a 20", but I am using a 22" samsung 226BW widescreen LCD with no problems). The arm can be lowered or raised 6-8" (maybe more), and the LCD can be tilted up/down, and rotated. All this can be done without having to move any cables.

If you are looking for a great way to easily turn your LCD from landscape to portrait mode, this is a great choice. It makes reading documents (PDFs, websites, etc) much easier (especially if you have a widescreen LCD).
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82 of 88 people found the following review helpful By Jay Brandt on May 21, 2008
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I bought 2 of these - one for my little 17" secondary monitor and one for my wifes 24" primary montor.

On the 17", everything went very smoothly and setup was simple. The one issue you should keep in mind with this arm is that it's tight - very tight, so when you attach a lightweight monitor to it, you'll need more than average force to move it into place.

On the 24", things were more interesting. Technically, this arm isn't rated for a monitor this large, but as I've discovered with other arms, the size of the monitor is mostly irrelevant - it's the weight you have to keep in mind and the 24" monitor fell under the weight this arm is rated for, so that wasn't the problem. The issue we ran into with this montor arm is not really a "full range of motion" arm. Its range of up/down movement is much more limited than you find on other, more expnsive arms - at a guess, I'd say you only have 20 or 25 degrees of motion you can move it through. This meant that we couldn't actually mount the arm where we wanted to on her desk and had to find an alternative, which, after an hour of futzing around, we did and all was well.

So, while this is a fine arm for the money and definately better than any others I've seen for this price, you do get some limitations that come with it. Overall, it's perfect for my small 17" secondary monitor, but if I were buying for my wifes monitor again, I'd probably buy another Ergotron LX like I use for my 28" main montor because of the overall range of motion it gives.
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65 of 69 people found the following review helpful By B. Cunningham on February 13, 2006
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The Neo-flex stand might seem pricey to some, but this is a case of getting what you pay for as it is well worth the money. This stand is versatile: You can remove the extension to shorten it and it comes with parts for either a surface edge or grommet mount. The machined aluminum parts and overall aesthetic of this LCD panel VESA mount are beautiful -- and made to last. The directions have no text, but surprisingly the drawings are so well done that I understood every step of the disassembly and reassembly process (I only did this because I shortened it and then changed my mind later: It comes packaged with the extension and surface edge mount version installed and ready to go). Every joint either pans, swivels or tilts. Nothing but praise for this item (my only minor complaint is that there are no spare parts included, so don't lose any unpacking).
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By 21st Century Hermit on October 12, 2007
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Pros: High Quality Fit & Finish, Swivels 180º Effortlessly, Low price considering overall package.

Cons: Would have liked a better/cleaner cable management solution.

When I first removed the assembled arm from the box, my first impression was wow this is heavy and very well made. The more I've used it that impression is only reinforced.

I have this mounted on the corner of a coffee table, it then swings the monitor in a 90º, 135º or 180º arc depending on where I have my recliner positioned. I swing it back to its 0º rest position each time I get out of the chair or when not used. I have a 22" Acer widescreen on the arm which I selected to be under the maximum permitted weight. In order to clamp on the coffee table, I had to drill two holes in the bottom L-bracket and flip it over. This increased the clamp opening to ~3", now very secure.

I have both a VGA and DVI cable, plus power and audio running through the two cable clips. Works but a bit unsightly. I'd like to see a more enclosed cable solution.

As others have stated, the screws are TIGHT. I couldn't rotate the monitor around the VESA bracket w/o first loosening the nut. Since this nut is hidden behind the VESA mount, important to get it right.

Edit: (April 2008) Removed the 22" LCD and put on a 24" KDS LCD. The KDS at 16 lbs is near the arm's limit of 18#. Still works well, just wouldn't want to go any heavier.

Edit: (Dec. 2009) After rotating the arm 180º several dozen times a day for 2-years it got so it would barely move. I downloaded the PDF from the Ergotron website, then disassembled the pivot, bone dry. I cleaned the steel pin and aluminum socket, applied stem grease and viola, like new again.
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