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I've looked through many triple monitor stands and bought this one in the end. It's been about 2 years and so far 0 problems running 3 Dell 24s.
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I've looked through many triple monitor stands and bought this one in the end. It's been about 2 years and so far 0 problems running 3 Dell 24s.
How does it not fall over? =x Lol
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How does it not fall over? =x Lol
I actually just noticed this was a stand and not like a clamp...
I second this question lmao.

I might pick it up and see if I can use the clamp from my dual monitor stand...
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I'm interested in the answer too.

For those looking for a clamp, Amazing has it for $55: VIVO Triple Monitor Adjustable Mount / Articulating Stand for 3 LCD Screens upto 24" (STAND-V003M) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01A02Q...BAbMACS0JD
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The base alone is heavy and sturdy.
Unless you have your side monitors 90 degrees to your center monitors it won't tip over.
It's funny people even asking.
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Looking at the pics of this thing, it seems perfectly logical to question the sturdiness and stability, especially in the event of using monitors of different weight/size.
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Looking at the pics of this thing, it seems perfectly logical to question the sturdiness and stability, especially in the event of using monitors of different weight/size.
Yes. Don't put a 15" on one side and a 30" on the other. It will fall over.
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I personally don't want a triple monitor stand that relies on balance alone to keep from falling over.
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I personally don't want a triple monitor stand that relies on balance alone to keep from falling over.
Cool.
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The base alone is heavy and sturdy.
Unless you have your side monitors 90 degrees to your center monitors it won't tip over.
It's funny people even asking.
Is it? Monitors weigh what, ~10+ pounds each? Obviously if you balance it, it shouldn't tip sideways, but unless its absurdly heavy, a slightly improperly built stand will tip forward. I think it's a fair question to ask.

That being said, I'm sure it wouldn't sell if it didn't, but then again, testing could be bad (i.e. light monitors, small monitors, etc.)

However, I appreciate the answer, the patronizing tone aside.

Another question, as you have it, the ends don't tilt right? They only allow for height adjustment?
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