AVLT Dual 13"-32" Monitor Arm Desk Mount fits Two Flat/Curved Monitor Full Motion Height Swivel Tilt Rotation Adjustable Monitor Arm - Extra Tall Pole/VESA/C-Clamp/Grommet/Cable Management
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- 【FITS 13" TO 32" SCREEN】Dual monitor desk mount fits most of flat/curved/ultrawide computer monitors up to 20 lb each in weight with VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm mounting holes.
- 【SAVE VALUABLE SPACE】Heavy-duty metal base only take up 5.5" x 5" desk surface. The c-clamp and grommet mounting options support up to 3.3" desk thick.
- 【ERGONOMIC VIEWING HEIGHT】Premium gas spring monitor arm assists height adjustment up to 32.6". Adjusting the monitor adapts to your posture by arm extension, vertical tilt, horizontal swivel, and landscape or portrait rotation.
- 【SPECIALTY & BENEFTIS】21" tall pole provides more flexibility to height adjustment. After locking a few screws, the monitor mounts instantly improve working posture, increase workspace, hide cables, and discover the most productive self.
- 【RESPOND WITHIN 24HRs】Friendly tech support to help with any questions or concerns by clicking sold by "e-TekDepot" then "Ask a question." AVLT-DM16-1 is covered by 3-YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY and LIFETIME TECH SUPPORT.
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Create a Productive & Healthy Environment for Working and Gaming
NOTE: Please make sure your monitor has the following three specs at the same time before purchasing:
- Monitor Size: 13" to 32"
- Monitor Weight: Under 20 lb per screen
- VESA Mounting Holes: Your monitor must have 75x75 or 100x100mm VESA pattern
If you cannot find a VESA mounting holes on your monitor, please visit the AVLT storefront to find a non-VESA adapter that compatible with your monitor.
(Click AVLT nearby the product title to visit our storefront page)
Sit-to-Stand Monitor Height Adjustment
Additional Height Adjustment On Pole
Attaches the arms on the 21" tall pole to gain more flexibility.
With high-grade steel extended and gas spring arm, the maximum height up to 32.6".
The gas spring assisted height adjustment passes 16,000-cycle motion test, which ensures a minimum of ten years trouble-free height adjustment.
Gas Spring Tension Adjustment
Please turn the gas spring shock five times then test whether the tension is perfectly holding your monitor.
Forget about the frustration and anxiety of setting up a double gaming monitor stands on your monitors!
With a Detachable Design - after installing the VESA plate on your monitor, you'll just need to hook your monitor onto the arm. No sweat. No hustle.
Get More Valuable Desk Space
You can quickly win back your workspace by floating your monitors in the air, thanks to the 5.5" x 5" premium mounting base replace the monitor's original base.
The AVLT monitor mount is made of high-quality aluminum, heavy-duty steel, and durable gas spring system that prevents wobbling or sagging and holds your monitors securely. The neat environment with a classy appearance adds a modern look to any office.
Ergonomic Screen Positioning & Organized Desktop Space
Versatile Setting and Adjustment
Every joint in the arm is free to movement. Adjust your monitors to the perfect spot, and easily share your monitors with your colleagues when needed.
USB-A 3.0 and 3.5 mm Accessibility
The embedded USB-A 3.0 and 3.5mm ports with 70" built-in cables allow connecting your pen drive, docking station, headphone, and more with just extending your arm.
Save Space with 2 Mounting Options
Both C-clamp and Grommet mounts are included.
Discover The Most Productive Self and Find Your Best View
Above all, we design this product for you to achieve your ultimate setup goal with ergonomic in mind.
- More Workspace: Free up your desktop with two mounting options.
- Ergonomic View: Elevating your monitor to the ideal viewing height when sitting and standing.
- Healthy Life: Good posture helps to decrease muscle strain.
- Extra Flexibility: Adjusting your monitor position with the touch of a finger.
- Two Configurations: Place screens to portrait or landscape for multi-tasking.
- Easy Storage: Push the display away for other assignments.
- Cable Management: Conceal cables out of sight and organized.
Creating a productive and healthy environment is essential. We are here to assist in making a massive difference in your working and gaming moments.
AVLT-DM16-1 Tech Specs
|Screen Quantity:||2 (side-by-side configuration)|
|Screen size & type:||13 inches to 32 inches, Flat / Curved|
|Arm Capacity:||1-9Kg (2.2-20 lbs.)|
|Arm Lift:||83 cm (32.6 inches)|
|Arm Extend:||64.3 cm (25.3 inches)|
|Pole Length:||53.3 cm (21 inches), Diameter: 35 mm (1.38 inches)|
|VESA:||75x75 mm or 100x100 mm|
|VESA Tilt:||Upward 90° / Downward 90°|
|VESA Swivel:||180°, Rotation: 360°|
|Connections:||An USB 3.0 Port and 2x AUX Ports with built-in 70" extension cable|
|Detachable VESA Plate:||Yes|
|C-clamp Desk Mount:||10-85 mm (.4 to 3.3 inches) thick, Depth: 92 mm (3.6 inches), Two bolts|
|Grommet Desk Mount:||up to 75 mm (3 inches) thick, Diameter: 10-57 mm (.4 to 2.25 inches), Two Bolts|
|Cable Management:||4 Cables|
|Product Weight:||8.2Kg (18 lbs.)|
|Max Screen Size||32"||32"||32"|
|Max Arm Capacity||17.6 lb (each)||17.6 lb (each)||20 lb (each)|
|Max Arm Lift||24"||24.4"||32.6"||8.7" above desk|
|Max Arm Extend||16.6"||23.3"||25.3"|
|New Top Mounting||✓|
|Specialty||Flexible gas spring arms with additional height adjustment tall pole||Classic design meets the most dual monitor setup requirement||Tallest pole with premium gas spring fits a sit-to-stand monitor configuration.||Sit-to-stand height adjustable under desk keyboard tray|
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While the picture shows mostly the monitors, it should be noted that those are 32" monitors, and the arm handles them with ease. They can be moved up, down, or angled to any conceivable position, and this isn't so on more monitor arms than you would expect.
2 suggestions that should be considered when making this purchase.
1. Think seriously about ordering the arm intended for 3 monitors even if you only want to install 2. The reason is
that it features 2 screws to drill through the desk instead of just 1 on the other model. The clamp install isn't as
stable as drilling, and 2 screws allows for better balance and a more secure installation.
2. Consider cutting a piece of 1x4 wood or plywood and installing it between the desk and the mounting nut and
washers. This gives the arm a more stable base and makes the arm less likely to fall over and damage the monitors
and the desk they are installed on.
While it may seem like too much effort to drill holes to install a monitor arm, the clamp install works less well as the monitors to be mounted gain size and the inevitable weight that goes with it. Most of us have a family member or friend who can help getting the holes drilled correctly as a favor, and it will be well worth the effort when everything is set up correctly.
The other thing to be expecting is the use of the enclosed Allen wrenches to adjust the arm to stay in place and not flop down when the monitor is installed. If you use 1 hand to support the monitor and the other to use the wrench to the correct tension, it only takes a couple of minutes to get 2 arms to the right tension and position adjustment.
The bottom line is that a monitor arm saves more desk space than one would believe if they've never worked with one, and the effort spent to get it set up properly will be repaid fairly quickly when your setup looks as clean and professional as the one pictured.
Use with multiple large displays? Not practical IMO. My main complaint with the description is "AVLT-Power Triple 32" Monitor Desk Stand." This will only work if all displays are parallel. Who does that?
The typical multi monitor layout for three landscape displays has the two outside monitors angled inwards. That is impossible with three 32" displays.
I am running a single 32" monitor with two 24" side displays. Two issues:
1- on the typical 30" deep desk a 32" display may be too close to the user for comfort if it is mounted as shown in the images and directions. You can move it back a few inches by rotating the mount on the post 90 degrees. However, this results in the display being off center relative to the center post which results in issue 2:
2- With the center display as far back as can be there is not enough clearance on one side to angle the side display in as much as most would like. It's a compromise.
Basically: this stand will work great with three 24" displays with plenty of flexibility. Or one 27" and two 24" will also likely work very well.
But three 27" will probably not work and three 32" definitely not work if you want the side displays angled in towards the user.
If you need multiple large landscape displays angled inwards you will need multiple arms. Portrait, of course, will be fine.
Complaints: I don't believe that this stand can hold 3 32" monitors. I had troubles putting in 3 27" monitors. I had to overlap the 2 outer monitors with the center monitor by 1/4th inch. The stand is super heavy maybe 40lbs. The instructions are super hard to understand. after 1A-2 I threw away the instructions and put the stand together. All parts plus extra parts were in the packing box.
If I had another $3,000.00 computer and 3 27" monitors I would buy this stand again.
1) To allow for range of movement, each arm has a joint. Functionally, this works great, but note that this means that if you like your monitors touching and towards the back of the desk, you can't have you desk flush against the wall. I solved this by pulling my desk about 6 inches back, but I can see why people wouldn't like this. For me, the benefits of movement flexibility outweighed this. From my perspective though, I can't really see a use for why you'd want the monitors 4 feet apart from each other. Therefore, I wish the monitor arms were shorter.
2) I think this is inevitable with gas spring mounts, but when my desk is raised to a standing position and I'm typing, the monitors shake slightly. I got used to it, but there's a chance those prone to motion sickness may not like it. When the desk is at sitting height, there is zero shake.