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Buy 2 Stands for a Horizontal Quad Stand. The space between the monitors is fully adjustable. Easy to install and sets up in minutes. 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's 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 die-cast aluminum 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's no need to drill holes into desks or countertops FEATURES 36" double-link swing arms optimize ergonomics and monitor views with separate tilt, rotate, side-to-side, height, and tension adjustments — Die-cast aluminum pole with heavy-duty clamp mounts to desktop or other surface — Easy installation ideal for office, studio, IT network, and security applications – no drilling required – fits monitors up to 24" and 16 pounds each SPECIFICATIONS Fits 75 x 75 mm / 100 x 100 mm VESA-compliant monitors — Monitor weight capacity: up to 16 lbs. each; 32 lbs.total — 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
Stand is made of steel not aluminum as described (tested with magnet). Which to me is a good thing since steel in this case gives stability. So the shipping cost is quite justified since it is really heavy. The base plate is 1/8″ thick steel plate: it may look a little small in the pictures but believe me, it is not going to budge. The pole is welded onto the base plate. The finish is really superb with everything very smooth and no sharp edges. Even the welds are so smooth that at first I couldn’t tell it was welded. They even give plastic covers to hide the tightening nuts at the joints. The plastic covers are not flimsy at all and snaps into position solidly which gives you an idea of the manufacturing quality of this stand.
I have a 25.5″ and 19″ monitor mounted with no problem. The 25.5″ sits 9″ in front of the pole and just touching the dividing line in the middle. I mounted them by myself but I would recommend two people if you are not strong. It would be wise to measure everything precisely and fix the height first because it would be very hard to move the height with two mounted monitors afterward. Be prepared to have a strong table: I have a steel engineering table and the edge bowed slightly although the mount didn’t budge.
All in all, a really superb product.
Something useful that I couldn’t find in the specs: The part of the clamp that touches the desk top has a foam pad so as not to scratch.
My only real complaint is that the pole that the arms are attached to is ridiculously long. I have two 20″ (diagonally) monitors mounted on it which measure 13-1/4″ top to bottom. The pole is 27-1/2″ from the top of the clamp to the end of the pole. I have the monitors mounted such that their bottoms are about 6″ above the desk surface. That leaves about 8-1/4″ of pole sticking up above the top of the monitors. It looks pretty goofy. One of my co-workers made a stripper pole comment minutes after I finished the installation…
I can’t really move the monitors more towards the top because that would make them uncomfortable to work with. I am intending on removing the plastic cap from the end of the pole, cutting it off, filing the rough edges, spray painting it back black, and reinserting the plastic cap. That is a lot of modifications to do to something that isn’t really intended for modifications to begin with. Wish me luck! I’ll try to post an update later this week about the results, good or bad.
After installing and adjusting both of my 24″ monitors I sat down to find out that one monitor is about 1″ lower than the other. Given that the arms do not have independent height adjustment this is a bit of a problem. I’ve tried adjusting them every way that I can but I can’t get them level. Please note that this is not a tilt problem. I’ve double-checked every joint and in almost every other respect the monitors are in symmetric positions, but the left one is an inch lower than the right. I’m not sure if this is a defective unit or if others just aren’t as picky as me. Other than this small issue, I’m very happy with the purchase thus far.
A couple of minor issues. It would have been nice to be able to set the height to be a little higher and it can be a little tricky getting two monitors aligned. However once you have them set, they are extremely stable.
I have two ASUS VH242H (24″) installed without any issues.