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  • Fits two 13-32" screens with up to 17.6lbs per arm.
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Dual Monitor Stand, Free Standing Height Adjustable Two Arm Monitor Mount for Two 13 to 32 inch LCD Screens with Swivel and Tilt, 17.6lbs per Arm.

$24.83 when you use code PKJKYKHF to get 28% off.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074K35TJZ
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Anyone have this? Fakespot gives it a B. Was hoping the arms would be adjustable for different sized monitors, but it doesn't seem like that's the case.

"I want to start off with these are not terrible for the price. If you can read the cons and still think those don't bother you than you should pick this up.

Nice things: Cable management, tool storage on the arms for easy adjustments, lots of range in the arms

Cons: Tips over forward with two 27 inch monitors on it. Monitors "wilt" down even after wrenching them in place as hard as I could, Adjusting up and down height is dangerous and needs two people if done with monitors on.

I understand I use two heavy and large monitors but they fall well withing the claims of this arm. Overall not a great product but if you are using something smaller maybe your mileage will vary."
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I have this stand after I bought it back in January for $28. I use two 24 inch monitors with it, and it holds them well. I have not noticed any sagging as of yet, but I made sure to tighten everything up really securely.

I do remember they were a PITA to load the monitors onto. It leaned heavily to one side after I loaded the first. To help, I put the whole stand on the floor and held it in place with my foot as I loaded the second.

If I had to do it again, I would buy it all over.
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Just ordered one for work. Thanks! So long 5 reams of paper.
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Anyone have this? Fakespot gives it a B. Was hoping the arms would be adjustable for different sized monitors, but it doesn't seem like that's the case.

"I want to start off with these are not terrible for the price. If you can read the cons and still think those don't bother you than you should pick this up.

Nice things: Cable management, tool storage on the arms for easy adjustments, lots of range in the arms

Cons: Tips over forward with two 27 inch monitors on it. Monitors "wilt" down even after wrenching them in place as hard as I could, Adjusting up and down height is dangerous and needs two people if done with monitors on.

I understand I use two heavy and large monitors but they fall well withing the claims of this arm. Overall not a great product but if you are using something smaller maybe your mileage will vary."
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Anyone have this? Fakespot gives it a B. Was hoping the arms would be adjustable for different sized monitors, but it doesn't seem like that's the case.

"I want to start off with these are not terrible for the price. If you can read the cons and still think those don't bother you than you should pick this up.

Nice things: Cable management, tool storage on the arms for easy adjustments, lots of range in the arms

Cons: Tips over forward with two 27 inch monitors on it. Monitors "wilt" down even after wrenching them in place as hard as I could, Adjusting up and down height is dangerous and needs two people if done with monitors on.

I understand I use two heavy and large monitors but they fall well withing the claims of this arm. Overall not a great product but if you are using something smaller maybe your mileage will vary."

If you have an impact driver that makes adjusting these easier. I found leveraging a tool moves the monitors. Also, using an impact driver should minimize or eliminate "wilting".
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I have this stand after I bought it back in January for $28. I use two 24 inch monitors with it, and it holds them well. I have not noticed any sagging as of yet, but I made sure to tighten everything up really securely.

I do remember they were a PITA to load the monitors onto. It leaned heavily to one side after I loaded the first. To help, I put the whole stand on the floor and held it in place with my foot as I loaded the second.

If I had to do it again, I would buy it all over.
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I had this, works well, but doesn't work on small desks.
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Seems like a good alternative for people that don't have the type of desks that can be clamped on to
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Seems like a good alternative for people that don't have the type of desks that can be clamped on to
How does this one fixed to desk? Do I must drill a big hole if not clamped on to the edge?
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Just ordered one for work. Thanks! So long 5 reams of paper.
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I had this, works well, but doesn't work on small desks.
What do you mean? Like does it occupy a lot of room or something?
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What do you mean? Like does it occupy a lot of room or something?
Ya the base is big, so it got in the way of my key board. so I pulled the desk farther from the wall to push it back more
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I have it. Works well but tweak it right the first time. helps to have a couple extra hands.

price seems very normal.
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Just ordered one for work. Thanks! So long 5 reams of paper.
5 reams? I get by with just 2 per monitor.
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I might grab this. Going to be using two 27 ips monitors. Just worried about the post here.
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Would this set up look silly if I have one 27" and one 23" on it? Or is it all malleable enough that I can make it work?

EDIT: I wonder why this:https://smile.amazon.com/gp/produ...merReviews has such better reviews? They appear to be nearly identical.
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