Subject pretty much sums it up.After assembling - I found the tripod legs don't expand, as they're meant to.So, in order to return, I would have had to meticulously take it apart and put in back in the tiny box it arrived in.Not worth your time or money - buy from an established brand.
Excellent placement much better than a wall mount and easy to travel with. Folds up nicely.A must for anyone who works with computers.
Review - I got this to mount a TV in front of my treadmill so I could play/workout with Zwift (the biking and running video game), watch workout videos, and watch Netflix. The stand gets the TV high enough and is stable.My biggest complaint is that the spacing between the pole height is too big. I wish the spacing was half its current spacing so I could have more granular control over the height. If I raise it up 1 level it will be too much, but I wish I could raise it half. I'm going to try to open the tripod legs wider to adjust the height to fit my needs. I've done that for PA speakers in the past so hope it works.EDIT - Yes it worked. Perfect height now.Advise 1 - The TV can tilt 8 degrees down. If you plan to have the TV not tilted at all, I would highly recommend locking these down to 0 degrees tilt before mounting it to the TV. It was much harder to lock this at 0 degrees when the TV was already mounted.Advise 2 - Open the tripod legs wide. Wider equals more stable.Price - Paying $70 for what is essentially a speaker stand feels a bit expensive, but I think in the long term I will not regret this purchase. If this was $40 I think it would be the perfect price.Build - You will need a screwdriver
I think the quality is great. I bought it for our unfinished basement to watch tv while working out. I would use this at trade shows or if I was having a party to watch a game, I might put the tv around the house or on the deck.
This stand is sturdy, portable, easy to assemble and use. The various height adjustment make it very useful for multiple settings.