Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.
Sturdy adjustable pneumatic arm dual monitor ergonomic desk stand for office workstation.

Pneumatic Arm Dual Monitor Desk Mount

STAND-V002K

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Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
41%
(21)
14%
(7)
14%
(7)
6%
(3)
25%
(13)
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Anonymous
Parts provided don’t match up

The diameter of the post is smaller than the clamp the holds the two arms. Even when crimped all the way it still would not grip the post. There is not any gasket or anything provided so I had to wrap with a strip of gorilla tape to then crimp the arm down to.I would check everything works and connects properly before drilling if you plan to use that method.

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Anonymous
Gone up in price a lot, but still a sturdy and affordable monitor stand.

I bought an open box relist for $30 6 months ago and can say its held up very nicely. Holds its position and doesn't slump with heavier monitors (My main is 16lbs). If you can get it for even $60 that is still a really great value for cleaning up cables from your desk.

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Anonymous
Well... I hate it

I bought this hoping to consolidate the two separate (cheap and noisy) monitor arms I had been using, but I hate this contraption even more. Installation wasn't too bad until it came time to position the monitors once they were attached. Long story short, every time I try to adjust the position of my primary monitor, the secondary monitor wants to move too, and I don't have enough arms to keep the one stationary and fight with the other to move where I want it. Hard. Pass.

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Anonymous
Doesn't support weight

It will not hold the weight of even a light 32" monitor. Arma do not support the monitor.staying up for 32"Works for 27 " and smaller

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Anonymous
Not as sturdy for heavier monitors

This is a pretty solid monitor stand, and I think many of the folks who had trouble with it didn't do a great job of reading the instructions...For me, I have heavy monitors, that really pushed the advertised weight limit of what this mount can hold, and it was still pretty good. Ultimately, I wound up going with a higher capacity model, but for lighter screens this one is a pretty good deal.

About Product
Increase efficiency and optimize viewing angles with the Black Dual Monitor Mount (STAND-V002K) from VIVO! Win back valuable desk space by elevating your monitors to an ideal viewing height with this high-grade steel stand built for scratch resistance and security. Designed with user-geared features such as arm articulation, pneumatic spring height adjustment, a sturdy C-clamp, integrated cable management, and more, this mount is customizable to your particular office needs. The versatility of screen placement allows ergonomic viewing that aids in decreased fatigue and muscle strain on the neck, back, and shoulders. The classy appearance adds a modern look to any office while providing ample support for two monitors. All hardware is provided for easy assembly, so you can get your stand mounted in no time!
Compatibility
  • Screen Sizes: 17" to 32"
  • VESA Standard: 75x75mm and 100x100mm
  • Maximum Desktop Thickness: 3.25"
  • Weight Capacity: 19.8 lbs per monitor
Specifications
  • Material: Steel
  • Pole Height: 11.8"
  • Maximum Screen Height: 21.5” (center of screen)
  • Maximum Extension: 19”
  • Articulation: -35° to +35° tilt, 180° swivel, 360° rotation
  • Height Adjustment: 11.5” with Pneumatic Arms (additional adjustment along center pole)
  • Mounting Options: C-clamp or grommet
  • Screen Orientation: Portrait or Landscape
Counter-Balanced Height
Powerful Pneumatic Arms
Strong dual pneumatic monitor arms provide smooth height transitions by perfectly counterbalancing the weight of your monitors.
Dual Monitor Mount
Fits 17" To 32" Screens
Dual monitor mount fits most monitors 17" to 32" in size and 19.8 lbs in weight (each) with VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm mounting holes. Mounts to desks (up to 3" thick) with heavy duty C-clamp or optional grommet mount.
Easy Articulation
Flexible Placement
Flexible arms offer +35° to -35° tilt, 180° swivel, and 360° rotation for comfortable viewing angles. Dual pneumatic springs provide smooth height transitions by perfectly counterbalancing the weight of your monitors.

Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
41%
(21)
14%
(7)
14%
(7)
6%
(3)
25%
(13)
A
Anonymous
Parts provided don’t match up

The diameter of the post is smaller than the clamp the holds the two arms. Even when crimped all the way it still would not grip the post. There is not any gasket or anything provided so I had to wrap with a strip of gorilla tape to then crimp the arm down to.I would check everything works and connects properly before drilling if you plan to use that method.

A
Anonymous
Gone up in price a lot, but still a sturdy and affordable monitor stand.

I bought an open box relist for $30 6 months ago and can say its held up very nicely. Holds its position and doesn't slump with heavier monitors (My main is 16lbs). If you can get it for even $60 that is still a really great value for cleaning up cables from your desk.

A
Anonymous
Well... I hate it

I bought this hoping to consolidate the two separate (cheap and noisy) monitor arms I had been using, but I hate this contraption even more. Installation wasn't too bad until it came time to position the monitors once they were attached. Long story short, every time I try to adjust the position of my primary monitor, the secondary monitor wants to move too, and I don't have enough arms to keep the one stationary and fight with the other to move where I want it. Hard. Pass.

A
Anonymous
Doesn't support weight

It will not hold the weight of even a light 32" monitor. Arma do not support the monitor.staying up for 32"Works for 27 " and smaller

A
Anonymous
Not as sturdy for heavier monitors

This is a pretty solid monitor stand, and I think many of the folks who had trouble with it didn't do a great job of reading the instructions...For me, I have heavy monitors, that really pushed the advertised weight limit of what this mount can hold, and it was still pretty good. Ultimately, I wound up going with a higher capacity model, but for lighter screens this one is a pretty good deal.

Customer Reviews

Based on 51 reviews
41%
(21)
14%
(7)
14%
(7)
6%
(3)
25%
(13)
A
Anonymous
Parts provided don’t match up

The diameter of the post is smaller than the clamp the holds the two arms. Even when crimped all the way it still would not grip the post. There is not any gasket or anything provided so I had to wrap with a strip of gorilla tape to then crimp the arm down to.I would check everything works and connects properly before drilling if you plan to use that method.

A
Anonymous
Gone up in price a lot, but still a sturdy and affordable monitor stand.

I bought an open box relist for $30 6 months ago and can say its held up very nicely. Holds its position and doesn't slump with heavier monitors (My main is 16lbs). If you can get it for even $60 that is still a really great value for cleaning up cables from your desk.

A
Anonymous
Well... I hate it

I bought this hoping to consolidate the two separate (cheap and noisy) monitor arms I had been using, but I hate this contraption even more. Installation wasn't too bad until it came time to position the monitors once they were attached. Long story short, every time I try to adjust the position of my primary monitor, the secondary monitor wants to move too, and I don't have enough arms to keep the one stationary and fight with the other to move where I want it. Hard. Pass.

A
Anonymous
Doesn't support weight

It will not hold the weight of even a light 32" monitor. Arma do not support the monitor.staying up for 32"Works for 27 " and smaller

A
Anonymous
Not as sturdy for heavier monitors

This is a pretty solid monitor stand, and I think many of the folks who had trouble with it didn't do a great job of reading the instructions...For me, I have heavy monitors, that really pushed the advertised weight limit of what this mount can hold, and it was still pretty good. Ultimately, I wound up going with a higher capacity model, but for lighter screens this one is a pretty good deal.