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Amazon.com has Ergotech Freedon Arm Aluminum Monitor Arm w/ Desk Clamp Mount (FDM-HD-S01) for $57.42 when you 'clip' the 25% off coupon on the product page. Shipping is free. Thanks Momus

Note, holds monitors between 20-30.8lbs w/ up to 27" display.
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With 25% discount, it's $57.42
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VESA: 75×75 & 100×100
Max desk thickness: 2.5"
Warranty: 3 Years
Tilt: up 90°, down 45°
Pan: 180º, rotation: 360º
Height adjustment: up to 14"
Full extension range: 24"

Be aware, this is the HD version so check your monitor weight.
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Also be aware, this only comes with the clamp that slides in between the desk and not an adapter that allows you to drill a hole and clamp that way.

If you want that, its an extra ~30 bucks.
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Thanks! I have been looking for one. I have wanted to mount my 2010 iMac with a bracket that I had bought, but I tested it with a non HD one that I have for my monitor, and it was a no-go.

Thanks again!
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Also be aware, this only comes with the clamp that slides in between the desk and not an adapter that allows you to drill a hole and clamp that way.

If you want that, its an extra ~30 bucks.
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Good price but the discount applies to quantity one only.
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I have 3 of these. All handle my ultrawides like a champ. Be aware the clamp is massive and will cut into smaller desk space.
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How is This a deal?

I have the vivo double arm: it's about 30$ works like a champ.
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Not reassuring when they give you a range for the weight limit.
The limit is 30.8 lbs. The 20 lbs would be the "minimum". I assume that in order for these "HD" mounts that can handle heavier monitors and AIO's to behave like they should, there is a certain amount of upward force that is constantly applied, probably via a spring. If you put a 4 lb monitor on it, it's going to remain in the highest position. If you pull it down, it'll just spring back up.
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How is This a deal? I have the vivo double arm: it's about 30$ works like a champ.
I hate answer a question with 2 more questions, but sometimes that's the best way.
  1. What is the weight range of each arm?
  2. Is it fully articulating?

I wonder if the base/post is compatible with the Ergotron LX HD's.
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I own two of their standard and one heavy duty. The arms are well built and functional. Buy if you're on the fence.
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* Minimum monitor weight is 20 lbs *

For reference, my 32" LG monitor weighs only 11.7lbs
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How is This a deal?

I have the vivo double arm: it's about 30$ works like a champ.
Not everyone has 2 monitors to need a Vivo double arm mount. There are quite a lot of us ultrawide users who needs a higher quality mount to handle the monitor's weight.


I have the lighter weight version (8-18) for my 34" LG Ultrawide. If you have the expensive Alienware or Samsung gaming monitors 34" and up, this monitor arm will be able to support it. When you look at specs, remember that the weight typically includes the monitor stand. Just as long as the monitor itself is over 20lbs, you can adjust the spring load on these.

The quality of this mount is a lot better than any Vivo mounts that I've used. It doesn't wobble compare to the VIVO and the mount alone weighs a lot. These work great with 60" desks and up, 55" is doable. The bottom lock is removable so if you want to mount it in the wiring slots on your desk, you can. If your desk has plenty of edges to grip, it can handle it just fine.

For your safety, don't bother installing this if you have those Ikea table top desks. Those are made of recycling cardboard and it will crush the table. To get a solid clamp, use a small cut up wood to prevent the desk from bending due to the sheer weight.
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Not reassuring when they give you a range for the weight limit.
Is a 30lb limit not reassuring enough? Unless you're using a CRT, I don't know what kind of monitor would strain that limit. There are 80" TVs that don't weigh that much.
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I have the Samsung 34" CF791 that is 13.4 lbs quoted from the specs on Samsung's site and the Ergotech Freedom Arm regular version. My only problem with this current set up is that the monitor tilts down and it gets really annoying. Would switching to this heavy duty version fix that? I know minimum weight is 20 lbs but that wouldn't be a big deal right?
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