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Huanuo Dual Monitor Stand - Height Adjustable Monitor Mount Fits Two 13 to 27 Inch Flat, Curved Computer Screen, Double Gas Spring Arm Desk VESA Bracke - $48.95

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Weight limit of 17.6 pounds per arm
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I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
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I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
Out of similar concern, I preferred this design. Holds less weight per arm, but plenny for use-as-designed limits given the light weight of LCD screens without the base attached.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
I've also had this for three years and have the exact feelings. Also adding the extensions causes too much stress and instability on the arm. Otherwise it serves its purpose.
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I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
I have this same monitor arm stand and 100% agree with every thing he said. Good product for what it's worth.
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My experience is similar to Arnecius with my two 27" monitors. It is a serviceable monitor arm, but I'd probably get something else if I need to move my monitors a lot.
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Although height is important, that's standard. Get one that goes the width for ya. From an owner who's desk is too width for ya and has bad eyesight.
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Bought this one the other day for cheaper, same company, less range of motion (base arms are at a fixed angle) but they are completely independent and can still hold 17.6lbs each. Solid thus far.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Quote from scalisee :
Bought this one the other day for cheaper, same company, less range of motion (base arms are at a fixed angle) but they are completely independent and can still hold 17.6lbs each. Solid thus far.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
I've had this for a few years and for the most part this setup has served me well. Probably the best one i've ever used. If you have no space behind the desk it may limit a bit of it's motion, and if you're OCD and have to slot the cabling in anytime you readjust cabling then its a bit of a pain but otherwise, yeah its been solid on my 27's. Nice to see it on sale again.

I'm at a different house now and I've resolved to mounting one directly on the front wall with the 2nd in the corner which is working well too. The third monitor is now an AC because it happens to be a window. But I would definitely consider using a corner now to wall mount both side monitors and one arm on the middle one.
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Seems like a bunch of us have this. I agree... Moving one monitor disturbs the other and without six or more inches of free space behind the mount, the positioning is restricted.

For me the joints at the monitor mounts were a bit weak and my monitors would tip forward at the slightest bump or brush. I called Huanuo, sent them some basic pics illustrating the situation and they sent me another set, which had a sturdier joint - I guess my original was stock from before a redesign. They're not super strong but they're stronger and they don't tip forward when I look at them too hard.

The bottom line for me is that it's an okay monitor arm but I got it for it's adjustability, so I could easily swivel a monitor into portrait or swing one to from my desk towards my armchair. But in the end, it's too much of a hassle to reposition them back together, so while I can position them in a varriety of positions, I don't want to touch them after I've got them set an leveled.
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I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
I was going to suggest the dual arm I got for my girlfriend from monoprice as she works from home but it was twice as much

https://www.monoprice.com/product...HMQAvD_BwE

Even more now but if you need quality.

This look comparable though. https://www.monoprice.com/product...5UQAvD_BwE
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Quote from Arnecius :
I own this and it's meh. The way it's designed, it's not fully independent of the other arm. They both meet at a T on the mounting. Even when tightened all the way, moving one arm causes the T to spin which makes the second monitor move as well.
Really wish I'd gone with a different design... But apart from that one gripe, I've had it for 3 years and it's been solid with my 27" and 24" monitors.
good for holding 32" monitor?
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I will add that while annoying, sometimes these pole-mounted options add a slight benefit in that it provides another pivot point to help you get the monitors a little closer together. i.e. if the "t" part that attaches to the pole can be pushed back on the left or right, it can help. But if your desk isn't against a wall and/or depth isn't a concern, then definitely go with one of the alternatives mentioned.
I've actually considered getting a tri mount in place of a dual mount just to experiment with setups in which the desk is positioned against a wall, because you get that 2nd forearm of movement. Something like this:
https://www.amazon.com/MOUNTPRO-T...B07YWKQ873
As an example. I wish they made these like the alternatives y'all mentioned, where the two flanking arms are directly attached to the desk mount, separate from each other and the center pole. Or, you know, just drop the center altogether and give me three piece arms. I guess I can do that with the modular ergotron setups (like the LX side-by-side) and add my own extra forearms, but those are so overpriced.
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