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Fairly disappointed with the product I received. The lower pole and upper pole don't screw - the male thread doesn't fit into the female thread, the only thing securing the pole together is the tiny tension screw. Makes me wonder how many units are made like this if they're mass produced. Ended up having to tac wield the poles together to secure it. Also noticed another reviewer had the same issue. Can't recommend this product, defective.
The setup process was a tiny bit annoying as some of the screws weren't labeled but it was easy enough to figure them out. The Whole thing is made from really nice steel and aluminum. No flex anywhere. Little to no wobble went typing and moving the desk.
Just overall great product. Would 100% recommend to anyone.
A bit on the heavy size but exactly what I need for my large Samsung monitors! The VESA plate on my monitors is on the top and not in the middle, so the tall pole helps me have stable dual monitors. I'm very happy with my purchase!
Purchased this to set up a small desk studio for broadcasting and video recording. This thing is rock solid and was easily assembled. If your mounting thousands of dollars of gear on something, make sure it is good quality or you may face disaster. I'd recommend this unit -- I've entrusted with with a couple thousand dollars of camera, lens, mic and lighting. Using this system keeps everyone off the desk and out of the way until needed.
I purchased this arm to support my Odyssey G9 monitor that weights about 31 pound. The installation process is very easy, instructions are well made and the arm is very sturdy. It moves quite easily and feels more premium than an arm you would buy at less than 100$. Buying it, I knew that it wasn't made to support the Odyssey G9, but reading other reviews, people seem to agree that by tighting the bolts, it should support it. I was able to mount it and have it hold well, but had to apply a lot of force so that the monitor doesn't tilt. I can't tilt it once it's mounted. I can move it easily left, right, up, down, forward and backward though. I would recommend this arm for heavy and large monitors.