|Manufacturer||Superpower, Inc. DBA Cotytech Industrial|
|Item Weight||11.73 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||27 x 5 x 12 inches|
|Item model number||DM-GS21A-C|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Size||24" - 29.9"|
|Manufacturer Part Number||DM-GS21A-C|
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Cotytech Expandable Apple Desk Mount Spring Arm Clamp Base - Silver
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- Designed for the following Apple Monitors: 24-inch iMac (aluminum and glass); 27-inch iMac pre 2013; 24-inch LED Cinema Display; 27-inch LED Cinema Display; 27-inch Thunderbolt Display; If your Apple monitor is not listed above, please contact us for solutions.
- Desk-mountable, available in clamp base or grommet base; Clamp table thickness: 0.2"-2.21" (5-55mm); Grommet table thickness: 0.2"-2.21" (5-55mm), Hole Diameter: 0.39"-1.97" (10-50mm); Weight Capacity: Supports 17.6 - 30.8lbs (8 - 14kgs); Tilt: +90 Degree / -45 Degree; Rotation: 360 Degree; Swivel: Max 180 Degree; Mounting Pattern: VESA compliant: 75x75 and 100x100; Maximum extension: 27.6" (700mm)
- Pole length: 7.87" (200mm); Expandable to support two monitors with additional arms Longer pole may be needed depends on monitor size; Height Adjustment Range: 5.1" at 7.87" pole (16.95" at 19.7" pole), 11.2" - 13.4" at monitor; Maximum productivity and supreme ergonomic comfort
- Solid Aluminum die-cast construction; Space saving with its compact design; Neat and efficient cable management; Clean look with minimal hardware visible from underside of work surface; Easy installation and dis-installation; Color: Metallic Silver (please contact us for special order of white or red color)
- Spring arm design makes extension, retraction and height adjustments dynamically and easily; Maximum adjustment rendered by tilting, swiveling, rotation and dynamic height adjustment; Swift and easy movements and adjustments
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Expandable Apple Desk Mount Spring Arm Clamp Base - Silver is a stylish desk mount that is perfect for your Apple LCD monitor. With a 180 Degree swivel function and a weight capacity of 30.8lbs (14kg), this desk mount is ideal for offices, classrooms, private homes and public areas. It’s the perfect accessory for the busy individual; and can fit neatly into any home office space. This desk mount has +90 Degree / -45 Degree tilt actions to ensure perfect viewing at any angle. The convenient desk arm features robust cable management; ensuring a neat and tidy desk space with no visible cables. This convenient and stylish LCD desktop mount offers perfect flexibility and is maneuverable to suit any viewing angle. It has a modern look; which fit in perfectly with Apple’s stylish looks. The monitor mount has been designed with the latest engineering technologies in mind; to ensure durability and strength. These quality mounts are manufactured in our offshore manufacturing plant; adhering to strict quality guidelines that enable us to deliver value to our customers. This handy Cotytech monitor mount has been manufactured with the end-user in mind; and ensures easy installation features while simultaneously offering intuitive, practical and functional designs.
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|Item Dimensions||27.00 x 5.00 x 12.00 inches||9.49 x 6.61 x 1.50 inches||18.00 x 17.00 x 6.00 inches||6.50 x 6.13 x 1.50 inches||27.00 x 5.00 x 12.00 inches||7.70 x 7.60 x 2.00 inches|
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So I have a Late 2015 27" iMac 5k with Apple's built-in VESA mount. To clarify, I ordered the iMac with the VESA mount straight from the factory, meaning it did *not* come with a baseplate to stand on its own. I emailed the vendor to ask if I would be able to position the iMac very close to the desk surface, and per the Q&A here, they generally said yes. So I ordered this product and followed up with an email to them describing my iMac and its built-in VESA bracket. They sent me a "Clamb-B" base and a PC311-HD-S spring arm. This assembly went together easily in just a few simple steps. The spring arm matches my iMac's VESA bolt pattern, and comes with plenty of different length bolts and spacers to fit various other VESA monitors.
So... I can push against the spring arm to get my iMac within about half an inch of desktop, but the spring lifts it up to about 2-1/4" above the desk. This is adequate for me, as the center of the screen is now a few inches below my eyes when sitting at my desk chair, generally in accordance with ergonomic recommendations. For comparison, iMacs with base stands (the iMac most people buy), and Apple Cinema Displays, sit roughly 4" above the desk (which can force the user to crane their neck upwards). I omitted the ring clamp from the Cytotech pole, in order to get the arm as low as possible (saving maybe 1/4"). The adjustable spring tension is set to its absolute weakest end of the range, and it's still strong enough to lift my 21 pound iMac a couple inches off the desk. I'll either settle for this, or maybe I'll use some string to further pull the spring arm down in order to keep my iMac under an inch from the desk (just enough for ventilation from its bottom-facing vent holes).
I haven't tested the product's full range of motion, but I'm happy with its ability to pivot towards me when I need to access cable connections behind the iMac, and then easily push my display towards the back of the desk for normal usage. I wasn't shopping for a sit-stand arrangement, but if you are, then I'm not sure this product would be flexible enough. The spring tension is basically set once (to balance monitor weight), and then left alone since it requires a bar tool be repeatedly inserted into the tension mechanism during adjustment. The primary vertical freedom comes from the clamping collar shown in the pictures, which can be used to raise the spring arm perhaps 6" - 7" higher than its base. That's probably only half the vertical adjustment range a sit-stand person might desire, and loosening and repositioning the clamping collar takes an allen wrench (so it's not hassle free).
That said, here on day one of use, I'm happy with this monitor arm for my needs. For the record, it gets my 27" iMac much closer to the desktop than the Sanus VMD22-B1 arm that I originally ordered from Apple. This Cotytech arm gets the iMac nice and low.
I recommend putting the monitor face down (on a towel or something so it doesn't get scratched up) to attach the main arm. And recommend having an extra hand or 2 when putting the 2 arm pieces together cuz it's pretty heavy. You can do it on your own if it's low, but for me the unit was about chest height so holding the monitor and arm to attach to 2nd arm was tough.
They installed easily and work for my needs, have a pretty awesome command center. Perfect for side to side, up down and swivel functionality. Mine all came with the clamps as pictured, but only the clamps. I didn't have any other expectations either.
Over the last 2 months liked them so much I went and purchased another for my office at work to match with my apple thunderbolt there.
That's it, simple and easy solution.
Recently though, it's starting to glide on its own so I suspect I have to adjust the tension knob.