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Purchased this stand for my 4th monitor to sit above the others, instructions were pretty simple and was able to put the stand together with ease. Quality is fantastic, its strong, sturdy and really easy to position the monitor to you're liking. Im located in Australia and this item was delivered within a week of purchase which is fantastic! Would highly recommend this stand
I was looking for a versatile monitor stand that would compliment my adjustable stand desk configuration. The center pole extends to an ideal 39” inches and is made from steel so expect and a long life span. The arm is sturdy and holds a 27” inch monitor perfectly. The cable management is excellent, which can help hide any unsightly chords. Overall, just a well crafted piece of industrial design.
Pros: ☺ A number of available configurations and mounting options ☺ 15° tilt, 360° swivel, 360° rotation ☺ Cable management ☺ 39” Extension
Cons: None that I have noticed.
Overall: If you are looking for a versatile monitor stand VIVO hits one out of the park here. Recommended.
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Very sturdy, well made and easy to assemble. Joints in the arm were extremely tight and you might need more torque (we used a socket set) than is possible with the included Allen keys. Otherwise a secure stand for a large and heavy 27" monitor and more than tall enough to hold it above its 32" companions.
When my wife refused a discreet addition of a wall-mounted horizontal pole on a hinge with a cable for tension to the ceiling to swing our TV out into the middle of the room when we use it, I came up with a second idea to buy a projector for the room. After checking out prices, the next option was to use our existing 28" monitor on THIS monitor mount attached to a thin (and portable) bedside table. I took it a step further and actually connected an old speaker set (via rope and dict tape) to it also, and a power bar. I balanced it with a 30lb weight, and might put wheel son it in the future.
Extremely happy with the result. She's ok with it.
The stand itself is great. Tape a couple allen keys to it to adjust it anytime, and slightly overtighten the sliding clamp if you're using a monitor heavier than it is rated for.
I own this mount alongside an AmazonBasics monitor arm, which is much more adjustable but also twice the price. I use the AmazonBasics arm for my 34" ultrawide and this arm to mount my 27" above it.
First off, if you are buying a mount for an ultrawide monitor at normal height (ie, your primary monitor), I highly recommend spending the extra for a proper monitor arm, and the AmazonBasics one in extremely high quality. The ease of adjustability is just incredible, and something you'll want with a larger or curved monitor.
Ok, so I use this for my 27" above my ultrawide, and for that it's perfect. This stand is made of high quality materials and is very sturdy. The assembly took a tad bit longer than I was expecting, but the stand came in a very compact box, which I can appreciate. I was worried about the height of the pole and thought that I would have a visible pole sticking out above my monitor. But, I was pleased to see that the pole is actually made up of 3 separate segments. Since my monitor was at a good height near the top of the middle segment, I just unscrewed the top segment and stowed it away. Perfect!
Note, if you're looking for a monitor mount with lots of on-the-fly easy adjustability, this is NOT the mount for you. Sure, you can move it forward and backward or tilt it easily, but swiveling the arm left to right or adjusting height requires loosening the clamp holding it to the pole, which requires busting out an allen key. Now, this is what I expected when I bought it and I knew that I didn't need a ton of adjustability other than tilt. But if you want to be able to easily move your monitor whenever you want in any direction without tools, you'll want to look into a proper spring-balanced monitor arm.
But for mounting a secondary monitor in a vertical stack above your primary monitor, and for the $60 it costs, you can't go wrong. The quality was above and beyond what I was expecting for the price. I'll never go back to using stock monitor stands that take up a third of your desk real-estate.
I use this as a camera rig, but I can see how well this will hold up a computer monitor because it is very robust and solidly made! Very easy to assemble, easy to clamp onto a tabletop edge. Range of motion is fine, not as flexible as an articulated monitor arm like an Ergotron, but still good enough to set to an ideal position.