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Mount-It! Articulating Single Arm Computer Monitor Desk Mount for 27-Inch Monitors (MI-751)

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  • Height adjustable. Single arm can articulate in three different locations for best positioning.
  • Tilt: +/- 15 degrees, Swivel: 360 degrees, Rotate: 360 degrees
  • Fits most flat panel monitors from 13" to 27". Supports up to 22 lbs.
  • VESA mounting pattern: 75 x 75 or 100 x 100
  • Heavy duty "C" clamp integrated double lock ensures stable mounting onto the desk.
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Mount-It! MI-751 single arm monitor mount allows you to clear out your desk space, while providing ergonomic monitor installation height. Economical and dependable, mechanical monitor arms allow several height options for placing your monitor in the best ergonomic position, while offering more desktop space. The heavy duty dual C clamps secure the mount firmly to the edge of the desk. No drilling required. The arm that supports the monitor can be adjusted on the vertical tube for the best height adjustment. Articulating arms allow swivel function up to 360 degrees with 15 degrees of tilt at the mounting panel. High-quality materials used at the joints allow for fluid movement, without the need to locking it in place. The arms come with integrated cable management feature. Cable management system keeps cords organized. The mount is made of high grade steel and aluminum. The monitor can be installed in either portrait or landscape mode. The mounting panel cannot rotate to interchange from either of the modes. Lateral roll adjustment feature ensures the monitor is perfectly level after installation. Kit includes the mount, hardware kit and installation instructions. It is the ideal desk mount for office, reception areas, hospital, retail environments. Buy with confidence.


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Color: Single
Technical Details
Brand NameMount-It!
Item Weight10 pounds
Product Dimensions24 x 11 x 5 inches
Item model numberMI-751
ColorSingle
Material Typeheavy duty steel
Number of Items1
Size24" - 29.9"
Manufacturer Part NumberMI-751
  
Additional Information
ASINB0052ATODM
Best Sellers Rank #6,176 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableMay 24, 2011
  
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55 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Frank Jones on June 21, 2011
Color: Single Verified Purchase
I use an ergotron LX at home, but my petty cash limit at work is a C note, so I couldn't pick up 3 of them without doing a PO or expensing them so I poked around finally finding these gems. I love these things. Easy install, very sturdy and very adjustable.

I only have 2 niggles with them, but at this price point I shouldn't complain at all. The rotation on the monitors is a tad loose for my liking and can't be tightened, but with the VESA mount being in the exact center they don't rotate unless I touch them. The other is that you must break out the allen key to adjust the height.

I just ordered 2 more of these for my home workshop, 1 for my mill monitor, and the other for the shop PC.

At this price you can't go wrong. I saw what appeared to be an identical product at a local fry's, and I mean identical, except the one at the local store was 3x the price and branded as SIIG. For the price of 1 of the SIIG arms, I got 3 of the same thing :D
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By F. Thomas on November 20, 2013
Color: Black Verified Purchase
Very good Stand but not for Gaming.
Pros: Sturdy,
Holds 3x24" Widescreen Monitors. Looks like it could actually handle 27"
Good for the Price
Cons: Not all screen are aligned (No way to adjust the height individually).
No easy adjustments.

I am very disappointed that the monitors are not all on the same level. The center monitor is higher than the other two. There are no adjustment for individual monitors so you are stuck with what you get. You can raise and lower all of them but not individually. I would not recommend this stand if you intend to game across three screens because they are offset and it is very distracting. I am considering returning them... but for the price I am considering keeping them.
If you are on a tight budget and the fact that the monitors wont all be on the same level doesn't bother you then I might recommend this.
But honestly, look elsewhere.

I have a picture, I will find a way to upload it. Its the one with the Super Mario Bros Background if you see it somewhere.

Edit: I have decided to keep the stand.

Edit 2 July 17 2014: Over the past six months the monitors continued to sag even more. I have now replaced this stand with the Ergotech Triple Desk Stand. The price difference is obvious but it is nice to have all three monitors on the same level with just one desk stand. The Ergotech also has a desk clamp option that I may make use of. This stand was OK, but it is not good.
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23 of 25 people found the following review helpful By J. Wozniak on February 16, 2012
Color: Single Verified Purchase
I was a bit hesitant to buy this arm seeing from other reviewers how you had to manually tighten the joints. I was thinking "do I have to monkey around with a hex wrench every time I want to even move this thing?" but I took a chance. I was happy to note that once you have the joints tightened to hold the monitor up (really only the one tilt joint and the one that goes around the vertical pipe), the rest of the joints move nicely without further tweaking. So you really only need the wrench if you need to move the monitor height up and down a lot. If that's you, then probably pass on this stand, if most of your motion needed is swinging closer / further away and tilting, then this stand should work for you.

Also to mention, take note on the product dimensions and make sure that it will fit your desk and extend how far you want it to. The arm is actually not that long and we have one of those crazy deep Ikea desks so we ended up having to mount the stand on the side of the desk instead of the back of the desk because we wanted the monitor to be able to sit as far forward as the front edge of the desk.

Craftsmanship seems very heavy duty and I think it would take a truck to break this thing!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By RedMtl on September 21, 2013
Color: Single
I recently purchased more than one of these mounting arms, and I am generally more than satisfied with them. For my needs the range of motion and positioning are quite adequate.

It should be noted that raising and lowering the height of the monitor must be done with the main support, and that means loosening the bolt and re-tightening it. So, height adjustment is not quick, nor is is something the user might want to do with any frequency.

That said, the other adjusting options (tilt, rotate, swivel) are all quickly managed.

One of my mounts did have a hinge issue.

The hinge closest to the bracket was MUCH too loose. The monitor swiveled down and hung facing the ground. This is apparently a known issue.

I doubt the monitor itself would affect this much unless it is extremely heavy. I have more than one of these mounts, holding 2 x 22-inch monitors, a 1 x 14-inch monitor and a 1 x 27-inch monitor. The 14-inch monitor and the 22-inch monitors are physically heavier than the 27-inch one, by a fair margin. But the 27-inch monitor is the one that had the hanging problem. When I examined it the hinge was loose at the bolt, and as a result the other monitors (smaller) likely would have sagged forward the same way.

Fortunately it was not the first one I assembled, or I might have been disgruntled enough to return them. Instead, as I knew from previous assembly that this was not normal, I looked for a solution.

To access the hinge bolt, pop off the plastic caps.

I tightened the hinge. I do not know if it will last, but as I do not move that monitor very much it may not be a major factor. I did notice that there was almost no play to tighten it, though, which bespeaks a manufacturing issue.
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