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- Fully adjustable
- Easy to install Desk clamp
- Vesa compatible
- Holds up to 24 inch lcd wide screen monitors
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This LCD Monitor Pole with Double-Link Swing Arm provides a secure and elevated position for two flat-screen monitors to help free up valuable desk and work space. It is fully adjustable tilt, rotate, side-to-side, height, and tension settings enable a comfortable and productive viewing position that helps reduce eye fatigue, neck, and back strain. LCD monitors can be easily rotated around the pole to allow others to view presentations and other multimedia from almost any direction. Durable metal construction and a sturdy clamp provide a quick, easy, and secure mount to a desktop or other horizontal surface. Ready to install with included hardware, there is no need to drill holes into desks or countertops FEATURES 36 inch double-link swing arms optimize ergonomics and monitor views with separate tilt, rotate, side-to-side, height, and tension adjustments -- Easy installation ideal for office, studio, IT network, and security applications - no drilling required - fits monitors up to 24 inch; and 16 pounds each SPECIFICATIONS Fits 75 x 75 mm / 100 x 100 mm VESA-compliant monitors -- Installs on horizontal surfaces up to 3.5 in. thick DIMENSIONS Height (pole): 18 in. -- Circumference (pole): 4.5 in. -- Arm length (radius): 15.5 in. -- Arm width (extended): 36 in. -- Weight: 14 lbs. PACKAGE CONTENTS LCD Monitor Pole with Double-Link Swing Arm -- Cable management clips and trim caps -- C-clamp with thumb screws (2) and mounting screws (2) -- Monitor mounting screws (8) -- Installation hardware with instructions and hex tool.
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The mount is made in China, and some of the manufacturing tolerances are sorta loose (e.g., the two clamping screws either not exactly in the same place or are not parallel with each other, because they do not have the same amount of clearance with the back of my desk), but the unit is made of very heavy materials (and the finish is decent) so I have no concern about this thing holding up with my two LCDs (a 23" Asus and a 24" Dell) on it.
The design of the unit is simple, but they included several good touches: e.g., screws and spacers for the back of the monitor, extra caps for the knuckles, wire guides, etc. Each arm has three knuckles that pivot horizontally (which provides a ton of flexibility for monitor positioning) and one that pivots vertically (monitor tilt), and the mounting plate can also rotate to keep your monitor level. Because my monitors are not the same size, I wish I could set the heights individually, but at this price point that's probably asking for a bit much.
Like some others who have looked at this mount, I have a rather small lip on my desk ... only a little over an inch ... but I liked what I saw in the reviews for this product, so I took and chance that I would be able to come up with a way to mount it without cutting a big hole in the back wall of the desk. The photo shows my solution. Having woodworking as a hobby helps, because I have a bunch of oak scraps lying around, so I made a piece to fit under the base of the mount, and I ran one 2" coarse thread drywall screw through it down into the top of the desk. I made another block to go under the lip of the desk to give the clamping bolts something to bite on. In between, I placed a small piece (the same thickness as the desktop) to keep the other two pieces parallel and provide a fulcrum around which the bottom piece can rotate a little when it clamps onto the desk. As nearly as I can tell, this is going to work just fine (I'm using it as I write this), so I will take it all apart and stain the pieces to match the desk before reassembling it for good.
A few general notes:
- I had to snug up the tilt knuckle screws behind both monitors quite a bit to get them to stay put after attaching the monitors.
- The clamping bolt assembly was incorrectly assembled (the bolts were inserted in the wrong direction). Fortunately, it was very easy to take it all apart and reassemble correctly.
Bottom line: for less than $50, this is a great dual monitor mount!
-Setting up and things I liked.
There were a breeze to setup and almost easier than more expensive options. I was a little hesitant because other monitor arms usually have a removable bracket that attaches to the arm itself. These require the monitor to be bolted on to the arm, which makes for a little more challenging installation given you have to hold the monitor while you screw it in. Thankfully, the screws have plastic knobs which allow you to install without a screwdriver.
I also enjoyed how the cable clips are installed. It makes for almost invisible cable management.
-Things I do not like.
This is about as no frills as you can get and won't be suitable for someone who has frequent orientation changing needs. The monitor arms require hardware if you want to move them along an X-axis (up and down).
Very heavy duty and quality product, easily put together and very easy to hook to our desks. Recommended for people looking to free up a small desk space.