Amazon.com.au:Customer reviews: VIVO Dual Led LCD Monitor Free-Standing Desk Stand for 2 Screens Up to 27 Inches, Heavy-Duty Fully Adjustable Arms with Optional Bolt-Through Grommet Mount (Stand-V002F)
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I bought this unit based on other reviews and thought for the price it was worth the risk. Turns out it's well worth it. I have two Samsung C27F390's (Curved) mounted on it and placed on a glass top desk. I've adjusted them a far bit in the first week to make the most of the higher position the stand was able to offer as well as maximising the curve. The stand is fairly solid and very adjustable. The only negative is that it's a little fiddly to get two monitors onto a desk as it requires a second person or weight to counter balance if you put one monitor on at a time, otherwise it will tip over. I chose this because I wanted a free standing unit.
Works great. Able to mount 2 34" inch ultrawide monitors vertically. Wasnt too difficult to set up, but also not the easiest. Product came with some minor defects but wasnt worth the trouble to return the product for a new one especially with the 10 day lead time. That aside, no major faults, would recommend.
The set up was straightforward, and sturdiness is great. The only issue I have is with the range of motion - specifically, if you are using two different brands or even models of monitors, they may set up at different heights. If you want your horizontal line of sight to be the same across both screens, this otherwise great freestanding dual monitor stand may not be the one for you If this is important, be sure to measure your monitor's VESO placing accurately so that you're not disappointed. Also, keep in mind that there are VESO height adapters out there, which are always useful to have around.
This is my first ever dual screen stand. The arms have awesome range of motion. Putting the stand together was easy. But, and this is a big but, when you add the screens the weight isn’t distributed evenly off the bat. Maybe it’s because I’m using two different screen weights but if the arms and stand aren’t positioned within a certain sweet spot or comfortable range, it WILL fall over. Keep that in mind. Right now they are set up on my desk and are totally stable, but if I adjust the arms too much it’ll fall over.
This product is great value, and I use it to support two monitors (24" and 22"). It also comes with a bunch of clips that make it easy to manage your cables so they stay flush with the mount.
Keep in mind: - You need to use an allen key to adjust the arms. You can tighten/loosen the bolts to make it easier to change, but I don't suggest this for the height bolt because then the monitors will fall and hit your table - The height of the two arms cannot be changed separately. It is also a bit tricky to change the height once you have your monitors mounted - The base is a bit large so be sure to look at the dimensions before you buy
I bought this to try and clean up my desk space and raise my monitors a bit for ergonomic reasons. Well, as much as it is aesthetically pleasing and did clean up my desk I'm not really sure that it help since the monitors are the same height as before. I may invest in an additional stand of some sort to raise the screens up a few more inches on my desk.
Overall I'm very happy with this product, but just feel the range of adjustability is too limited.
Instructions were very clear and it was easy to put together. It has a number of adjustments including fine tuning should your monitors not align properly. Works well, and gave me back a lot of desk space as well as putting the montors at the correct height. I wanted one which did not "clamp" or "fasten" to the desk, and this freestanding one is perfect.
I had doubts that this would stand firmly but with two 24" monitors, it is doing great. Only feedback is that to adjust the height of the arms, one has to operate the Allen wrench left handed. This could possibly be rearranged but not discovered until I was doing final adjustments (with the monitors mounted).