Need to use two monitors on your desk but they are just too cumbersome when placed side by side? Need an integrated look with two monitors? Well, the simple solution lies with our Dual Monitor Arm Stand.
With it, you can mount two monitors on one arm not only for efficiency but also add some panache to your work desk. You can extend each monitor up to 38cm to set your preferred viewing position and retract them with ease. Height adjustments can be easily done using the height adjustment knob. It also allows you to swivel your monitors 360° and set in either landscape or portrait format.
Using the VESA mount, you can mount any monitor size of between 10” and 30″* with a maximum total weight capacity of up to 10kg for both monitors. Not least, made from heavy duty steel, the Dual Monitor Arm Stand is designed to stand up to longlasting use without missing a beat.
All the necessary mounting hardware and an assembly manual are included in the package for a hassle-free set up. So up the cool factor with our Dual Monitor Arm Stand on your desk. It’ll certainly help you to view your tasks in a better light.
*This measurement is inclusive of the monitor bezel sizing. Please take into consideration the size of your monitor bezel before purchasing.
* Easy to assemble
* 360 degree swivel dual monitor arms
* Made from heavy duty steel
* Dual-screen desk mount bracket
* Extendable and retractable arms
* Convenient tilt adjustment (-85 – 15 degrees)
* 180 degree rotation
* Compatible with VESA 75 x75 mm and VESA 100 x 100 mm
* Height adjustment knob
* Desk mounting hardware included
* Assembly manual
* Weight capacity: 10kg
* Fits desks with thickness: 2 – 10cm
* Fits larger screens: 10”- 30” (25.40cm to 76.20cm)
* Maximum extension of each arm: 38cm approx.
* Colour: Black
1 x Dual Monitor Arm
2 x Installation Hardware Packs
1 x User Manual
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