|Number Of Items||1|
|Contains Liquid Contents||No|
|Product Dimensions||49.53 x 36.58 x 17.02 cm; 680.39 Grams|
|Item Weight||680 g|
|Item Model Number||129406|
|Date First Available||9 July 2018|
Monoprice 129406 Triple Monitor Gas Spring Mount for up to 32" Screens, Locking Center Mount high-Strength Steel and Aluminum Structural Components - Workstream Collection Black
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- Full Motion:Adjustments are easy to make thanks to the counterbalanced gas-spring arms. Effortlessly raise, lower, pull, push, and adjust your monitors with gas-spring assistance for the perfect working position and most comfortable viewing angle. Extra arm segments provide more adjustability and positioning options.
- Easy Set-up:Organize your workspace and clear desk space by raising your monitors off the desk surface. Setup is quick and easy using the included edge clamp or grommet mount.
- Supports Most 32" Monitors:The arms support monitors weighing between 2.2 and 15.4 lbs. each and work best with screens up to 32" in size. The high-strength steel and aluminum structural components guarantee durable quality.
- Create Your Perfect Workstation: With Full Range of Motion and multiple adjustment options, you can free up your valuable workspace and easily create your perfect workstation.
- Smooth Full-Range Motion: Effortlessly raise, lower, pull, push, and adjust the mount for the perfect display position and comfortable viewing.
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Get your screens at the most comfortable viewing position to help reduce eye, neck, and shoulder strain. The counterbalanced gas-spring arms are the most adjustable mounts available and allow for easy and smooth movement in any direction, including height adjustment up and down, forward and back, monitor tilt, swivel, and rotation for ideal ergonomic alignment. This version is designed for monitors with up to 32" screens. It has a locking center mount and two fully adjustable gas spring arms for easy movement and adjustment of the left and right screens. The center screen is adjustable for height, tilt, and side angle. This version is best if locking one screen in the most optimal home position is desired for the center screen.
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The gas arms hold my 2x 24inch monitors with no issue at all, they do not shake either at the slightest movement which is awesome.
The center mount holding my 27inch monitor is also perfectly holding the weight with no shake issues.
Really easy to install and the instructions are super easy to follow.
Also the cable management system has made it look like I dont even have cables plugged in.
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So beyond that, it's a sturdy piece of gear. It feels solid and was pretty easy to setup. The gas spring arms do hold the 32" monitors properly once adjusted. No droop after 48 hours of waiting.
Great piece of gear IF you are using it for 27" and under monitors.
I bought this mount when I added a 3rd monitor to my system. Here's why I choose this style (with adjustable side arms as opposed to a horizontal bar).
The new 4K monitor is my main display, and my two older 1920x1280's are deployed to either side. One thing you must consider when adding monitors in a horizontal array is vertical alignment. If you're starting from scratch with new monitors this isn't a problem as your monitors will all be the same and thus align identically.
But if you've added monitors to your system piecemeal as I have, they will not be the same and their VESA mounts may not be centered from top to bottom. Thus, if you get one of the mounts using a horizontal bar the vertical centers of your monitors may not align (causing my OCD to trigger continuously 😊).
I looked at several brands with a floating arm design. My main criteria was stability - once I put a monitor where I wanted it, it needed to stay there. Ideally, the arms would lock in place once adjusted, but I couldn't find something in my price range with that feature. Based on reviews from various sources I picked this brand, and as it turns out the locks were not necessary.
Although I didn't realize it at the time, my oldest monitor is a pound or two heavier than the rated weight for the arms. This turned out not to be a problem as the arm supports the monitor well. The gas cylinder in each arm is adjustable with a provided allen wrench, and with the heavy monitor dialed in I could have adjusted it farther. The system used to route/hide the cables is well designed. The mount includes everything you need to install and configure the mount: allen wrenches, a wrench for the through-hole bolts, the desk clamp & associated bits.
I installed the mount via the supplied through-hole bolts rather than by using the desk clamp. I've saved the clamp for some other use as it's the strongest desk clamp I've ever seen - I'll find a another use for it! Had I used it rather than bolting the mount through the desk I have no doubt the installation would have been as solid.
One added benefit of the center-post design that I realized only after I installed the mount is that you can clamp other things to the post with "claw clamps". For example, I've clamped my mic arm onto the top of the post so I can position my mic exactly where I want it, hanging above my main monitor and adjustable with a touch. Not having a webcam, I found I could use my Panasonic FZ300 for that purpose. For under $20, I've ordered a claw clamp kit (https://smile.amazon.com/gp/product/B07GMZRT7L/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1) which will allow me to attach the camera exactly where I want it.
Not giving up, I was able to find borrow the hardware needed from another mount in line to be returned. I needed to use spacers and longer bolts than what the mount originally provided.
This mount is very strong. I had to do 3 half turns on the spring tension in order to support the outer displays & once done, there was no movement. (Monitors are barely 8 lbs)
Unfortunately this mount barely supports 3 27” monitors. Once all 3 monitors were mounted, the outermost monitors were too flat as in barely any curve. This, along with the space required behind the mount will not work for my set up.
Unless seller has a way to lock the mechanism vertically that's not in the directions, this sucks badly.