|Item Weight||10.1 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||24.2 x 12.5 x 5.3 inches|
|Item model number||STAND-V002|
|Size||24" - 29.9"|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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VIVO Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable fits 2 /Two Screens upto 27" (STAND-V002)
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- Installation of one customer-supplied computer monitor mount to either computer desk or wall
- Attachment of one computer monitor to mount
- Connect cables from monitors to computer and power outlet
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Holds Two Screens up to 27 and 22lbs each
- Tilt: -15 to +15 Degree - Swivel: 360 Degree - Rotate: 360 Degree
- Ultra Heavy Duty Clamp (4 clamp)
- VESA Mount (75 X 75 and 100 X 100 mounting holes)
- Recently upgraded design *11/20/15* with added features such as removable VESA plates and more
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VIVO's Fully Articulating Dual Mount
STAND-V002 comes packed with user geared features such as full motion articulation, removable VESA mounting plates, monitor height adjustment, integrated cable management, and more. The versatility of screen placement allows for ergonomic viewing which encourages healthy body positioning and helps reduce fatigue and strain on the neck, shoulders, and eyes. The clamp style mount clears up valuable desk space removing unwanted clutter.
Adjust Each Monitor's Height
One of the newest features of STAND-V002 is the ability to raise or lower the height of each monitor within a range 1 inch. This eliminates the annoyance of unaligned monitors.
Fully Articulating Mount
This mount has six top joints with 180 degree articulation and can be tightened to make the arms as fluid or stationary as desired. This movement gives users the freedom to place monitors in the most comfortable viewing position.
Heavy Duty Mounting C-Clamp Bracket
VIVO's heavy duty 4 inch C-clamp easily secures to the edge of a desk or table. The portion of the clamp in contact with the top surface of you desk is lined with thin padding to protect the desk surface from scratching. An optional 4 inch grommet mount is included.
|Max Screen Capacity per Arm||27" Screens, 22lbs||27" Screens, 22lbs||27" Screens, 14lbs||27" Screens, 15lbs|
|VESA Holes||75x75mm and 100x100mm||75x75mm and 100x100mm||75x75mm and 100x100mm||75x75mm and 100x100mm|
|Deluxe Gas Spring Technology||✓||✓|
|Portrait and Landscape Screen Positioning||✓||✓||✓||✓|
Top Customer Reviews
Edit: After a bit of problem solving, there is a DIY way of preventing the monitor from rotating. If you require your monitors to rotate, this isn't for you. I've included two new photos that illustrate one method of preventing the bezel from moving on its own. It't not pretty, but it does work. Make sure the object you insert between the screw and the bezel plate is strong and has a bit of thickness to it.
The one I just set up is wobbly on the desk and I have trouble tightening the tilt so they keep leaning forward.
Be aware that all the good reviews for this product were for items shipped prior to 11/23/2015.
The stand comes with a baggie of screws, tools, and bolts. The Tension screw my kit was missing was not included in this baggie on purpose. It was supposed to be pre-installed on the arm, but mine was not. I went to the hardware store to try and fix it myself but it's something totally custom that cannot be replicated. Sure i can match the threads but the screw would not bottom out, so it would never tighten.
The base also would not fit on my desk. The backplane on my desk was not recessed enough for this to get a good grip. Additionally, the hoop loop bolts that tighten the Mast onto the desk are HUGE. This makes rotating them in tight spots very hard. I would say they are 2" thick. Something slimmer and not as wide is desperately needed.
The Tilt Bolts were also very hard to work with.you would tighten them, and the screens would follow your bolt rotation, and then you'd have to adjust the screen, and repeat.
I thank amazon for allowing me to return it and sending me a alternative stand with overnight shipping. Instructions are also very sparse and there are no video's on their website for this particular model.
There are some limitations in the range of motion that also make it less attractive than some competing products. It is not always possible with these arms to both choose the distance away from the pole (also the distance away from my face!) and also have the LCDs touching each other (with no gap in the middle).
The bolt that tightens the arms to the pole had trouble receiving the hex wrench. I also worried I would break the bolt off trying to tighten it enough to keep the arms from sliding down the pole.
edit: I originally had trouble with the left arm and the LCD kept drooping down towards the floor. It turns out that the adjustment hex bolt was hidden under a plastic cover on the left arm. Once I located the bolt I could adjust the tightness. I am adjusting my rating up one star. After fiddling with the whole contraption some more I still have trouble with the arms keeping the chosen height (the ring slides down the pole no matter how hard I tighten it down).
edit 2: I solved the sliding issue by drilling into the pole with a self-tapping metal screw. The screw sticks out and obstructs the clamp from slipping down the pole lower than wanted... a simple but effective hack.
The fix I ended up employing was increasing the surface area of the pressure by placing two pieces of wood on either side of the desk, and clamping it down like that.
I realize this isn't entirely the stand's fault, but I think they could have increased the surface area of the clamp to avoid these issues.
Besides the clamping woes, the two monitors have an unfixable height difference of about 1 inch. It's not super elegant looking, but it's at least it's pretty functional.
Update: The wood blocks did the trick and it's held up beautifully since then. No sag whatsoever.
To answer the questions in the comments, my desk is the cheap LINNMON ikea desk top, and I have two 27" QNIX monitors that are ~10 pounds each (probably less without the stands which I removed beforehand). It's possible other ikea desks can handle the weight, but just keep in mind the clamp is rather small and you're putting a lot of pressure on a small amount of area if you have heavy monitors.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Beware, the base clamp is HUGE, at around 5 inches tall and 2-3 inches deep. The desk I used this on is about 3/4 inches thick, and has about 2 inches from the wall to the desk... Read morePublished 17 hours ago by Yuriy Sountsov
Great product to clean up the desk and get back valuable desk space,. Great quality.Published 1 day ago by D-Man
I purchased this mount did weeks ago because I wanted to try a standing desk arrangement while retaining the ability to return to a traditional sitting arrangement. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Mark C
Very, sturdy unit. My original plan was to add this unit to another brand that I was already using. When I assembled this one, I was so impressed with the construction and ease of... Read morePublished 1 day ago by An Amazon Diehard
Probably didn't need it but I did free up a lot of desktop space considering I only have the use of one hand it went together easily enough.supports both of my monitors very well.Published 3 days ago by Ardyhead