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Was skeptical on how good this monitor arm could possibly be at such a low price, was pleasantly surprised, would happily of paid double the price that I paid (~50 aud) the assembly process wasn't as simple as a more "premium" monitor arm but it wasn't hard by any means, happy to recommend
My two 27" identical HP monitors are out level balance by about 20 degrees. The screens only weigh 8lbs each so it's not a weight issue. The issue is the mounts at the end of the arms are not plumb throwing everything out. Compounding this is any weight on the arms causes each arm to list.
With this mount there is no way to rotate the screen to counter the listing.
Super annoying as shipping this back for a refund will cost as much as the item. So basically a complete waste of money.
I was very hesitant on this monitor arm due to price, my semi flimsy little desk, and the size difference of my 2 monitors. Showed up quickly and was an absolute breeze to put together and attach to the desk. The clamp feels very sturdy on the desk and the only plastic piece is the little cover at the base of the stand. Rest is thick metal. I have a 32in and 27 in monitor and was worried about weight distribution and this thing being able to support it (though it does say it should, I never fully trust product listings). Thhis thing not only supports them, but the movement on both arms and how well it can both move and stay in place is extremely impressive. Several joints of movement make lining it up simple, then just tighten the screws to make it steady. The vesa mount on monitor just slides onto the arm with pure ease then secures via 1 screw on the top, very simple for 1 person to do themselves.
Overall, for under $30, the aesthetic and function of this arm absolutely blows my mind. It takes up virtually no space, is super simple to set up, and works flawlessly. With working from home during covid, I needed a 2nd monitor and my desk just was not big enough to support the 2 I had. This solved that and looks nice.
My only wish is that the arm piece was not 1 solid piece but rather 2 so you could height adjust as needed. My 32in monitor sits quite a bit higher due to where the mount on monitor is and the overall size. Not a huge deal, just nit picking. I know they make arms with separated arms so its my own fault for not thinking of that.
the package comes fine, doesn't looks cheap, the manual is also better than the most I have seen before, I would have been very happy until I put my two 32 Inch curved monitors on. The monitors are not heavy at all, just typical LED monitor weight around 15 lb each. but base is not strong enough to support it. later I found out all four welding points which connects the center piece to the base teared off, make sure you test it before installation. later seller agreed to upgrade to a better model and solved the issue.
!!Update!! The customer service team at EleTab was prompt and courteous and took me very seriosly about my previous issue and promised to address the weak welds. Boy, did they ever!! I was sent a new unit and the welds were great! Assembled the new product and it went together very easily and operated like a dream! I am very pleased with my new unit and must hold high respect for the team at EleTab and their excellent customer service.
So many companies just do not care after the sale but EleTab has won over a loyal customer and I will purchase from them again. They have earned the change in rating to Five stars...
Former review::: This item arrived with no damage and was easily assembled per the instructions. I mounted it to the desk and put one 27" monitor (only 9 pounds!) onto the first arm and was about to put on the second monitor when the welds inside the riser tube snapped, sending my monitor crashing to the desk! Fortunately it was light enough that it didn't break but now there are a minor scratches on my monitor screen! The total surface area of those four welds was not even as big as the screws securing the riser to the base!
I was originally Planning to get a spring loaded height adjustable model when I saw these and pretty good product reviews, so I ordered it. I was pleased with the quick delivery and very happy with the look and build quality up to that point... now I have to try returning the whole product, even though all it needed is a good solid Riser tube. Needless to say, While I am not a happy person right now, I am very glad it did not wait to snap and dump both my 27" monitors onto me, my desk and hundreds of dollars of high end electronics while trying to work!
Those four tiny welds are entirely unacceptable for such a critical application as holding a pair of monitors that could be costing from $200 up to $500 each! There should be at least a 1/4 inch (7-10mm) of weld on *each* side to match up with the cross sectional area of the mounting screws!
A good quality product, material doesn't feel cheap at all and it looks great. The included plastic base use to hide ugly c-clamp is a nice touch. It's probably one of the best in this price range. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for desk mount at this price range.
Now the complain. If you look at attached picture, you can see a gap between mounting bracket and the back of screen. That's because my LG monitor default stand (seen in 2nd picture) use a mechanism where you push the stand into the hole behind the monitor to attach them together. Now I want you to look at the first picture, EleTab mounting bracket make use of a thumbscrew, screwing from the top of bracket to secure mounting bracket to the arm. The problem is that if your monitor has a similar default stand like mine EleTab mounting bracket will drop into that hole and you won't be able to screw that thumbscrew to secure your monitor to the arm.
Solution. As you can see the solution is easy, you just need to put a spacer between the monitor and mounting bracket, but they didn't give you any spacer, only a paper thin washer. the included screw are M4x12 and M5x12 which when use with spacer are barely long enough to reach the back back of the monitor. I was lucky enough to have various size of spacer and various M4 screw length and able to fix the problem easily.
If your monitor is like mine make sure you have a thick enough spacer and long enough screw to mount your monitor to the bracket.
alternatively EleTab could put some spacer and more screw length option in their installation pack to solve the problem.
Overall, I'm still happy with the product and would still recommend it.
I am still waiting for my 2nd monitor and adjustable table, but had used it for one monitor for about a week. It’s easy to install, steady, long left-right range for two 32” monitors. I am using 27” and still plenty of room. It can be pulled front and back, rotate all easily. The only disadvantage is you have to it use the hex nut to adjust heights. I am okay with that as I don’t adjust monitor heights that often. It comes with some clips to organize cable, which is a plus. Overall a very nice dual monitor stand for the bucks.
This display stand hold my monitors well and is definitley strong enough for the screens that I put on it. It is well constructed. The quality is the same as stands that costing twice as much. It is easy to assemble with the inclyded tools and is very stable from all sides and positions.
The arms themselves have 3 articylating joints with a tilt joint at the display mounts. All of the joints have allen head tightening screws and do not need to be over torqued to hold the displays securely.
This is the second monitor mount I bought. It worked well with the previous high adjustment, but when I saw the appearance of this one, I couldn't bear to replace it.
I was worried about the quality，because I can't believe that a product with such a unique shape is cheaper than other similar products. However, It took away all my worries after I received it. It was really, really cool!!
Its arms looked more muscular than the others, and there was no pressure on my two 27-inch monitors. Also, there are screws on the back of the monitor that can slightly adjust the height of the monitor, which is impressive and instantly cured my obsessive-compulsive disorder.
In addition, the polygonal base is not connected to the parts of the table, but the absence perfectly hides the ugly parts, making the whole base, the pole, and the arms of the same appearance style, which is simply a handicraft!
My only thought now is to get back to work and can't wait to hear what my colleagues have to say about this item.