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Height adjustable and integrated cable management with tilt, swivel, and rotation capabilities.
Dual monitor desk stand base dimensions.
Transition monitor setup between portrait and landscape.
Integrated cable management provided along sturdy steel center pole .
Blueprint of dual monitor mount desk stand.
White sturdy adjustable dual monitor stand.
White sturdy adjustable dual monitor stand in a modern office space.
Dual Monitor Desk Stand for up to 27" Screens
Dual Monitor Desk Stand for up to 27" Screens
Dual Monitor Desk Stand for up to 27" Screens
Dual Monitor Desk Stand for up to 27" Screens

Dual Monitor Desk Stand for up to 27" Screens

STAND-V002F

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Customer Reviews

Based on 649 reviews
68%
(440)
15%
(98)
8%
(51)
4%
(25)
5%
(35)
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Anonymous
Works well for 2x22 in monitors

The range is excellent. It took about 40 minutes to set up a duel-monitor configuration for a large co-work desk.

A
Anonymous
Good buy for the price

Is hard to move

A
Anonymous
Other fake reviews?

I purchased a similar item at Microcenter. I liked it, so I bought these after seeing all the 5 star reviews.This item is defective and will tip over unless you place the arms perfectly straight. This means there will be a huge gap in the middle and you have to place the monitors perfectly side by side.I watched a YouTube video because I thought the tip over problem could be fixed. However, the Youtuber said he had to put a dumbbell to anchor the item so it would not tip over... yet, he still said he recommended the product.Honestly, I this kind of product is not meant to tip over and you should be able to move the arms freely.

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Anonymous
Solid stand for the price, was missing 3 pieces this purchase.

Solid stand for the money. Bought this 4 different times. Most recent purchase was missing 2 key components. The plate that goes through desk grommet to steady it and also the minimalistic plate for desk grommet. Two pieces that allow you to put on desk but not take up any space.

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Anonymous
It Works

I had a stand like this back in the Stone Age when everyone worked in office buildings. Now that I work from home, I wanted a similar setup for the desk in my home office.The VIVO stand works pretty well with two ASUS VS247H-P 23.6" monitors. However, the VIVO stand is significantly lighter than the old stand I had. So much lighter that the stand is prone to tipping or sliding around when you try to adjust the monitors. To offset this, I clamped the stand to my desk with an Irwin quick clamp (link below) and it is now locked in place.For the price, I think the VIVO stand is great, however one downside is the hardware that’s included. The hex bolts that come pre-installed from the factory (for fine position adjustments) are fastened extremely tight and seem to be made of cheap, soft metal. So soft in fact, that a few bolts started to strip (while using the provided hex tool) as I tried to loosen them. I guess as long as you don’t plan on a adjusting the stand’s position often you should be okay.Clamp link:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00002244S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

About Product
Enhance your monitor display and enjoy ergonomic viewing angles with the Black Dual Monitor Desk Stand (STAND-V002F Series) from VIVO! This heavy-duty stand features arm articulation and monitor height adjustment for optimal screen positioning, removable VESA mounting plates for easy installation, integrated cable management for an organized appearance, and more! The versatility of screen placement allows for ergonomic viewing that encourages proper body posture and helps reduce fatigue and strain on the neck, shoulders, and eyes. The low profile base clears up valuable desk space and holds your equipment safe and secure.
Compatibility
  • Screen Sizes: 13” to 27” (V002F), 13” to 38” (V038F)
  • VESA Standard: 75x75mm and 100x100mm
  • Weight Capacity: 22 lbs per monitor
Specifications
  • Material: Steel (V002F), Steel & Aluminum (V038F)
  • Pole Height (including base): 18" (V002F), 18.4" (V038F)
  • Arm Span: 29" (V002F), 39.5" (V038F)
  • Base Dimensions: 13" x 10.5" (V002F), 16.3” x 12.8” (V038F)
  • Articulation: +90° to -90° tilt, 180° swivel, 360° rotation
  • Height Adjustment: Provided along the center pole
  • Screen Orientation: Portrait or Landscape
Reinforced Center Joints
Mount with Confidence
The robust steel support mount ensures your monitors stay in place, exactly as you intended. Reinforced center joints provide a higher tolerance and more rigid hold for your monitors.
Adjustable Articulation
Tilt & Swivel
Enjoy comfortable viewing angles with +90° to -90° tilt, 180° swivel, & 360° rotation.

Customer Reviews

Based on 649 reviews
68%
(440)
15%
(98)
8%
(51)
4%
(25)
5%
(35)
A
Anonymous
Works well for 2x22 in monitors

The range is excellent. It took about 40 minutes to set up a duel-monitor configuration for a large co-work desk.

A
Anonymous
Good buy for the price

Is hard to move

A
Anonymous
Other fake reviews?

I purchased a similar item at Microcenter. I liked it, so I bought these after seeing all the 5 star reviews.This item is defective and will tip over unless you place the arms perfectly straight. This means there will be a huge gap in the middle and you have to place the monitors perfectly side by side.I watched a YouTube video because I thought the tip over problem could be fixed. However, the Youtuber said he had to put a dumbbell to anchor the item so it would not tip over... yet, he still said he recommended the product.Honestly, I this kind of product is not meant to tip over and you should be able to move the arms freely.

A
Anonymous
Solid stand for the price, was missing 3 pieces this purchase.

Solid stand for the money. Bought this 4 different times. Most recent purchase was missing 2 key components. The plate that goes through desk grommet to steady it and also the minimalistic plate for desk grommet. Two pieces that allow you to put on desk but not take up any space.

A
Anonymous
It Works

I had a stand like this back in the Stone Age when everyone worked in office buildings. Now that I work from home, I wanted a similar setup for the desk in my home office.The VIVO stand works pretty well with two ASUS VS247H-P 23.6" monitors. However, the VIVO stand is significantly lighter than the old stand I had. So much lighter that the stand is prone to tipping or sliding around when you try to adjust the monitors. To offset this, I clamped the stand to my desk with an Irwin quick clamp (link below) and it is now locked in place.For the price, I think the VIVO stand is great, however one downside is the hardware that’s included. The hex bolts that come pre-installed from the factory (for fine position adjustments) are fastened extremely tight and seem to be made of cheap, soft metal. So soft in fact, that a few bolts started to strip (while using the provided hex tool) as I tried to loosen them. I guess as long as you don’t plan on a adjusting the stand’s position often you should be okay.Clamp link:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00002244S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Customer Reviews

Based on 649 reviews
68%
(440)
15%
(98)
8%
(51)
4%
(25)
5%
(35)
A
Anonymous
Works well for 2x22 in monitors

The range is excellent. It took about 40 minutes to set up a duel-monitor configuration for a large co-work desk.

A
Anonymous
Good buy for the price

Is hard to move

A
Anonymous
Other fake reviews?

I purchased a similar item at Microcenter. I liked it, so I bought these after seeing all the 5 star reviews.This item is defective and will tip over unless you place the arms perfectly straight. This means there will be a huge gap in the middle and you have to place the monitors perfectly side by side.I watched a YouTube video because I thought the tip over problem could be fixed. However, the Youtuber said he had to put a dumbbell to anchor the item so it would not tip over... yet, he still said he recommended the product.Honestly, I this kind of product is not meant to tip over and you should be able to move the arms freely.

A
Anonymous
Solid stand for the price, was missing 3 pieces this purchase.

Solid stand for the money. Bought this 4 different times. Most recent purchase was missing 2 key components. The plate that goes through desk grommet to steady it and also the minimalistic plate for desk grommet. Two pieces that allow you to put on desk but not take up any space.

A
Anonymous
It Works

I had a stand like this back in the Stone Age when everyone worked in office buildings. Now that I work from home, I wanted a similar setup for the desk in my home office.The VIVO stand works pretty well with two ASUS VS247H-P 23.6" monitors. However, the VIVO stand is significantly lighter than the old stand I had. So much lighter that the stand is prone to tipping or sliding around when you try to adjust the monitors. To offset this, I clamped the stand to my desk with an Irwin quick clamp (link below) and it is now locked in place.For the price, I think the VIVO stand is great, however one downside is the hardware that’s included. The hex bolts that come pre-installed from the factory (for fine position adjustments) are fastened extremely tight and seem to be made of cheap, soft metal. So soft in fact, that a few bolts started to strip (while using the provided hex tool) as I tried to loosen them. I guess as long as you don’t plan on a adjusting the stand’s position often you should be okay.Clamp link:https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00002244S/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1