• EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
  • EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)
EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)

EZM Basic Quad 4 LCD LED Monitor Mount Stand Free Standing with Grommet Mount Option Holds Up to 27" Widescreen Displays(002-0015)

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  • COMPATIBILITY - Holds Most Widescreen displays including curved widescreens up to (4) 27". Quick Release Mounting Brackets for easy installation fits VESA 75x75mm or 100x100mm Compatible
  • THE SIZE OF THE POLE - The Diameter of the pole is 1 3/8"
  • ADJUSTIBILITY - Monitor Arms move up/down along the pole. Each Monitor height can be individually fine tuned
  • FULL-MOTION MOUNT - mounting heads tilt (Up/Down) 80, swivel (In/Out) 180 and rotate (clockwise/counterclockwise) 360Monitor Arms move up/down along the pole. Each Monitor height can be individually fine tuned
  • MOUNTING OPTIONS - With a Heavy-Weighted Metal Base Which Also Can Be Bolted Through, Easy To Install

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Not great Has trouble keeping monitors up despite them being well within the listed specifications. Adjusting the arms up and down the shaft is a pain in the butt, especially if your desk is against a wall like mine is, and tightening the arms is also difficult to do. One of the plastic caps on the nut to tighten the right arm came broken; luckily they provide extra, but they're so ill-fitted that I expect that one to break when attempting to remove it. Cable management is awkward and the hard plastic on one of the rings broke on first use with only gentle pressure.Overall, I wish I had saved my money and bought one of the more expensive, free-moving hydraulic stands (e.g. Ergotron). 2Great value on a solid design, but some issues buyers should be aware of. I shopped around quite a bit for a dual monitor stand. I decided to go with this one because it didn't require physical mounting or clamping to the desk, just a nice weighted stand. Also it was the best price I could find. And I still like it - but buyers should be aware of a few things.1) The height is only adjustable across the entire arm - so you can move both monitors up or down, but you can't move them independently of each other. This isn't a problem if you have the exact same monitor model. But if, like me, you are using two different models, one may end up lower than the other and there is no way to fix that. Mine are only off by about an inch, so I can live with it, but this wasn't something I considered when buying. More expensive models give you independent height adjustments.2) It handles two monitors of vastly different weights VERY well. On the left side I have an old, heavy Dell 2405fpw (flourescent backlight, built like a tank) and on the right a newer Dell, LED backlight, slim, lightweight monitor - the stand is still steady, doesn't want to lean or tip over at all.3) Pay attention to the directions and install the wire clips after you have adjusted the height. I skipped ahead and then realized that changing the height meant taking the clips off (I have mine set pretty low because it sits on top of my stereo receiver on my desk).4) The tension adjustment for the monitor is hard to access - you have very little clearance to move the wrench. A socket wrench or ratcheting box wrench might make this easier.5) The pole needs to be installed so the holes are in the back - directions don't make this clear enough. If you don't do it that way, the wire clips will be sticking out the side or front and look pretty ugly.6) The stand is a bit bouncy when typing. I don't have any other stands of this type to compare to, but when I start typing long sentences or paragraphs the monitor will start to bounce a bit. Again this could just be my particular setup - my desk is wall mounted and could probably be steadier, but be aware of this potential issue. When it does happen, it isn't enough to really bother me, but your mileage may vary.Conclusion: I'm happy with this purchase, it was a great price, far less than half of the other one I was looking at, and now that it is all setup it works well. 4AMAZING MOUNTING SYSTEM. Sturdy. Strong. Versitile. HIGH VALUE. The quick and dirty of this thing, it's awesome.INCLUDED HARDWARE/TOOLSAll tools required for assembly and adjustment are included. Although do yourself a favor and grab a nice phillips screwdriver, the included one is one of those double bent ones, which can take forever to tighten things. All hardware for multiple configurations are included. As well as enough screws (and washers) for 2 monitors, as well as risers for slightly curved monitors.CABLE MANAGEMENTPerfect, keeps things nice and kept, power and display cables fit easily.POSITIONING/PIVOT POINTSThe pivot points came pretty tight. but everything can be adjusted really easily and dialed in just right. The pivot points on the arms have plastic covers to keep appearances up. The height adjustment is awesome, this thing will go sky high if you want or go low enough to set the monitors on the desk. The rotation works great. the tilt is great up and down. Two 24" monitors offer a LOT of adjustability with inward tilt to get both monitors angled towards you just right. Two 27" monitors might be a lot flatter and you may lose some of that. NOTE: Utilizing this in a corner desk with two 27" monitors is presumably IMPOSSIBLE. Two 24" monitors are practically touching the wall.CLAMPThe clamping part of this adjusts incredibly easy, tightens down FIRM. It can be disassembled to slide between a cubical wall or between a desk and wall with close spacing. Configurable to clamp down on the thinnest desks and really thick desk (I'd guess up to 5+ inches).CONSTRUCTIONSTURDY. ALL STEEL. Matte black finish looks great. No flexing anywhere. Pivot points have nylon locknuts if i recall correctly so once you set things up I can't imagine them needing too much adjusting unless you move things around a whole bunch.MOUNTSThe VESA mounts are perfectly sized, no unnecessary metal, fits on recessed mounting holes such as the ones often found on Dell monitors with proprietary mounts.CONCLUSIONWould absolutely buy again. Priced better than all popular dual 24" mounts on Amazon if I recall correctly. I feel much more confident having hundreds of dollars of monitors hanging from these than something like a freestanding one. Will be picking up another one for work and recommending this to everyone I know. 5Could not be more pleased - excellent hardware and well designed. After buying this at such a great price I can't imagine why some of these are several hundred dollars. This thing is built like a tank - feels like a very solid piece of engineering. Was easy to setup and I put two dell 27" monitors on it.The only thing I would point out is that two 27" monitors limits the positioning to some degree. It wasn't a big issue with me but it made me think maybe buying a size larger (something for 30" monitors) would have been a better idea.But I love it. Makes me want to mount every monitor I own! 5Perfect stands. I've had two 24" monitors on this stand for a few months now and the stand is performing great.All the clamps and tightening bolts are very secure and stable. I'm never worried that my monitors will get damaged.I don't move my monitors very much. Maybe twice a week I'll preposition them. At this rate, I haven't noticed the joints get loose, or any other issues with the articulation. After the initial setup and tightening, the unit has been stable and never needed maintenance from a wrench or otherwise.I have the stand on a corner desk. One monitor is vertical and one is horizontal. This lets me put the monitors almost flat to each other. If I didn't have walls interfering, I could probably get both 24" monitors completely flat. If you're concerned about angles and how your monitors will line up, then do some measuring and thinking before you buy!The cable managaement is nice on this. There are included clips for the cables so you can get a very clean setup with this stand.This is also a great buy if you are concerned about ergonomics and neck strain. Getting your monitors at the right height is crucial for your health! 5Poor quality control with an unimpressive design I have purchased several dual & quad mounts here on Amazon of various brands for the office & this mount seemed just like the others. But when I opened the box to assemble it, I noticed it was obviously a repackaged product. Despite being repackaged or refurbished, it was in like new condition & not missing any pieces, so I did not mind. Unfortunately, during assembly, I found 2 screw holes were not threaded as they should have been, so those screws could not be tightened, making the mount unusable. Finding this defect convinced me that this was likely a customer return, for probably the same reason I will be returning it. But I guess when it was returned the first time, it was not properly inspected, but repacked & put back into inventory.Had the mount not been defective, I think it would have been a good mount, but nonetheless, I will be going with a different mount after I return this one. I have had better luck with the VIVO Mounts which are similarly priced, are a touch nicer with more attention to detail in their design & have better quality control Here are a few details I noticed about this mount during the short time I was assembling it, both good & bad. Hopefully it helps you decide if this mount is for you.PROS:The base is thick & heavy. I have no doubt this would have held 4 monitors nicely without falling over.Supports 75mm & 100MM VESAThe base can be removed so it can be bolted down using a single hole no bigger than 1/2 inch & comes with the hardware needed to do so.Construction seems pretty heavy, solid & sturdy.Comes with a plastic cover/shroud for the base that will hide any screws if mounting directly to a desk for a nice & neat installationCONS:The arms connect from the pole straight to the VESA mount with no secondary joint for versatile positioning of your monitors.This also means that if you were using smaller monitors & wanted them close together, the arms would need to extend forward pretty far.There is a plastic collar in the part that slides over the pole & I am unsure the arm would still tighten to the pole if that collar broke in the future.Only supports up to a 24" monitor. A 2nd joint in the arm like other similar mounts would allow a bigger monitorThe base, although heavy & substantial is ugly, thick & intrusive, taking up too much of the space I am trying to reclaim by using a stand like this.The cable clips on the arms do not seem big or strong enough to hold VGA cable, I guess Display Port or HDMI Cable would be OK though. 2Sturdy, Strong, Slightly Uneven This monitor stand has no issues holding up a pair of older, fairly heavy 24" monitors and was really easy to install on my wooden desk. The problem is that, even though the monitors are identical no amount of adjusting the stand will get them to hang exactly even with one another. There's about a 1/2"-3/4" difference that is really noticeable when I'm working on both screens. Although not being even did defeat one of the reasons I'd gotten the stand in the first place, I can say that it really does open up a lot of desk area by getting rid of the individual stands. If you don't mind things being slightly uneven, this was a fantastic deal that didn't break the bank or require a huge ordeal to set up. 3Great product!!! OK, so I received this a day early and needless to say I wasn't disappointed. The value is top notch, the quality is good (it is kinda heavy in my opinion), but I would rather have something on the somewhat heavy side and hold my monitors correctly then some cheap kabob. I ordered this for two 24 inch monitors and took about 1 hr to put together with my husband and I. (Most of this time was tweaking where I wanted the monitors.) I'm sure someone could do it faster, but I am OCD. Anyway. the design is great taking the monitors off and on is a breeze. The only gripe I have is that one of my monitors seems to sag a tad bit, and I can't really tighten the bolt anymore. Maybe it's just me or I just need to tweak it again. I highly recommend this for someone who has two monitors and is limited on desk space (as I was.) I have a lot more desk space now and the cables management on the mount is an added bonus. 5I really do love it! I have 4 24" monitors on this mount. 2 24" Dell and 2 24" Asus monitors. The difficulty getting them mounted was about what I was expecting. I was able to do it by myself although having another set of hands might help.A couple of concerns when I was thinking about pulling the trigger on 4 monitors:- Yes my bottom two monitors are a bit lower (obviously configurable) than a normal monitor stand. However I tried to make mine as low as possible so I didn't have to strain too much when using my top monitors. In fact right now I'm writing this review on one of my top monitors and it's very comfortable.- I am really glad I got this stand with the base vs. the one that mounts to the desk. It's very sturdy and I didn't have to statically mount this thing. I mean it's not going to be easy to move but it's possible.- 4 24" monitors are fine as far as the size. For me there's plenty of room to swivel them and actually the Asus monitors I got (Asus VS247H-P) have smaller bevels than the Dells so they could actually be adjusted quite a bit. 5Saved desk space, easy to setup and quality for a nice price. This is my first Dual Monitor stand and I'm glad that I chose it! It's easy to assembly and fix on the desk. My desk had enough space and thickness to secure the stand and it does "feel" secure too. I have installed two monitors of 24" and 23" with very different placement of the VESA screws at the back and had to buy a plate (100x200, 200x100, 200x200, 100x100) to be able to mount the 24" Samsung monitor. mounting the monitors takes a bit of effort (I guess it's the same with every stand..) but it's not impossible unless the weight/size of the monitors needs a second person to hold it while you fasten the screws at the back. I managed to do that on my own but I guess a 27" monitor is a different thing :) Choose the position of the vertical stand that secures at the desk before mounting any monitors. With the monitors on it, it's not easy to move around with two monitors on it.. I'm saying this because I have to adjust it and I will need some help to get the two arms with the monitors off the vertical base... But once you know where you want it, it shouldn't move right? The quality is very good and the plastic covers where there are screws and bolts is welcomed. Overall I didn't encounter any quality issues (unaligned screw holes or whatever). And they pack extra screws if your monitor needs a different screw length than others. The extra space I get under the monitors now is super! For the price and quality it's a winner for me. Just be sure to check your office/desk if it can hold the stand (thickness and some depth).I highly recommend it! 5
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Not great Has trouble keeping monitors up despite them being well within the listed specifications. Adjusting the arms up and down the shaft is a pain in the butt, especially if your desk is against a wall like mine is, and tightening the arms is also difficult to do. One of the plastic caps on the nut to tighten the right arm came broken; luckily they provide extra, but they're so ill-fitted that I expect that one to break when attempting to remove it. Cable management is awkward and the hard plastic on one of the rings broke on first use with only gentle pressure.Overall, I wish I had saved my money and bought one of the more expensive, free-moving hydraulic stands (e.g. Ergotron). 2Great value on a solid design, but some issues buyers should be aware of. I shopped around quite a bit for a dual monitor stand. I decided to go with this one because it didn't require physical mounting or clamping to the desk, just a nice weighted stand. Also it was the best price I could find. And I still like it - but buyers should be aware of a few things.1) The height is only adjustable across the entire arm - so you can move both monitors up or down, but you can't move them independently of each other. This isn't a problem if you have the exact same monitor model. But if, like me, you are using two different models, one may end up lower than the other and there is no way to fix that. Mine are only off by about an inch, so I can live with it, but this wasn't something I considered when buying. More expensive models give you independent height adjustments.2) It handles two monitors of vastly different weights VERY well. On the left side I have an old, heavy Dell 2405fpw (flourescent backlight, built like a tank) and on the right a newer Dell, LED backlight, slim, lightweight monitor - the stand is still steady, doesn't want to lean or tip over at all.3) Pay attention to the directions and install the wire clips after you have adjusted the height. I skipped ahead and then realized that changing the height meant taking the clips off (I have mine set pretty low because it sits on top of my stereo receiver on my desk).4) The tension adjustment for the monitor is hard to access - you have very little clearance to move the wrench. A socket wrench or ratcheting box wrench might make this easier.5) The pole needs to be installed so the holes are in the back - directions don't make this clear enough. If you don't do it that way, the wire clips will be sticking out the side or front and look pretty ugly.6) The stand is a bit bouncy when typing. I don't have any other stands of this type to compare to, but when I start typing long sentences or paragraphs the monitor will start to bounce a bit. Again this could just be my particular setup - my desk is wall mounted and could probably be steadier, but be aware of this potential issue. When it does happen, it isn't enough to really bother me, but your mileage may vary.Conclusion: I'm happy with this purchase, it was a great price, far less than half of the other one I was looking at, and now that it is all setup it works well. 4AMAZING MOUNTING SYSTEM. Sturdy. Strong. Versitile. HIGH VALUE. The quick and dirty of this thing, it's awesome.INCLUDED HARDWARE/TOOLSAll tools required for assembly and adjustment are included. Although do yourself a favor and grab a nice phillips screwdriver, the included one is one of those double bent ones, which can take forever to tighten things. All hardware for multiple configurations are included. As well as enough screws (and washers) for 2 monitors, as well as risers for slightly curved monitors.CABLE MANAGEMENTPerfect, keeps things nice and kept, power and display cables fit easily.POSITIONING/PIVOT POINTSThe pivot points came pretty tight. but everything can be adjusted really easily and dialed in just right. The pivot points on the arms have plastic covers to keep appearances up. The height adjustment is awesome, this thing will go sky high if you want or go low enough to set the monitors on the desk. The rotation works great. the tilt is great up and down. Two 24" monitors offer a LOT of adjustability with inward tilt to get both monitors angled towards you just right. Two 27" monitors might be a lot flatter and you may lose some of that. NOTE: Utilizing this in a corner desk with two 27" monitors is presumably IMPOSSIBLE. Two 24" monitors are practically touching the wall.CLAMPThe clamping part of this adjusts incredibly easy, tightens down FIRM. It can be disassembled to slide between a cubical wall or between a desk and wall with close spacing. Configurable to clamp down on the thinnest desks and really thick desk (I'd guess up to 5+ inches).CONSTRUCTIONSTURDY. ALL STEEL. Matte black finish looks great. No flexing anywhere. Pivot points have nylon locknuts if i recall correctly so once you set things up I can't imagine them needing too much adjusting unless you move things around a whole bunch.MOUNTSThe VESA mounts are perfectly sized, no unnecessary metal, fits on recessed mounting holes such as the ones often found on Dell monitors with proprietary mounts.CONCLUSIONWould absolutely buy again. Priced better than all popular dual 24" mounts on Amazon if I recall correctly. I feel much more confident having hundreds of dollars of monitors hanging from these than something like a freestanding one. Will be picking up another one for work and recommending this to everyone I know. 5Could not be more pleased - excellent hardware and well designed. After buying this at such a great price I can't imagine why some of these are several hundred dollars. This thing is built like a tank - feels like a very solid piece of engineering. Was easy to setup and I put two dell 27" monitors on it.The only thing I would point out is that two 27" monitors limits the positioning to some degree. It wasn't a big issue with me but it made me think maybe buying a size larger (something for 30" monitors) would have been a better idea.But I love it. Makes me want to mount every monitor I own! 5Perfect stands. I've had two 24" monitors on this stand for a few months now and the stand is performing great.All the clamps and tightening bolts are very secure and stable. I'm never worried that my monitors will get damaged.I don't move my monitors very much. Maybe twice a week I'll preposition them. At this rate, I haven't noticed the joints get loose, or any other issues with the articulation. After the initial setup and tightening, the unit has been stable and never needed maintenance from a wrench or otherwise.I have the stand on a corner desk. One monitor is vertical and one is horizontal. This lets me put the monitors almost flat to each other. If I didn't have walls interfering, I could probably get both 24" monitors completely flat. If you're concerned about angles and how your monitors will line up, then do some measuring and thinking before you buy!The cable managaement is nice on this. There are included clips for the cables so you can get a very clean setup with this stand.This is also a great buy if you are concerned about ergonomics and neck strain. Getting your monitors at the right height is crucial for your health! 5Poor quality control with an unimpressive design I have purchased several dual & quad mounts here on Amazon of various brands for the office & this mount seemed just like the others. But when I opened the box to assemble it, I noticed it was obviously a repackaged product. Despite being repackaged or refurbished, it was in like new condition & not missing any pieces, so I did not mind. Unfortunately, during assembly, I found 2 screw holes were not threaded as they should have been, so those screws could not be tightened, making the mount unusable. Finding this defect convinced me that this was likely a customer return, for probably the same reason I will be returning it. But I guess when it was returned the first time, it was not properly inspected, but repacked & put back into inventory.Had the mount not been defective, I think it would have been a good mount, but nonetheless, I will be going with a different mount after I return this one. I have had better luck with the VIVO Mounts which are similarly priced, are a touch nicer with more attention to detail in their design & have better quality control Here are a few details I noticed about this mount during the short time I was assembling it, both good & bad. Hopefully it helps you decide if this mount is for you.PROS:The base is thick & heavy. I have no doubt this would have held 4 monitors nicely without falling over.Supports 75mm & 100MM VESAThe base can be removed so it can be bolted down using a single hole no bigger than 1/2 inch & comes with the hardware needed to do so.Construction seems pretty heavy, solid & sturdy.Comes with a plastic cover/shroud for the base that will hide any screws if mounting directly to a desk for a nice & neat installationCONS:The arms connect from the pole straight to the VESA mount with no secondary joint for versatile positioning of your monitors.This also means that if you were using smaller monitors & wanted them close together, the arms would need to extend forward pretty far.There is a plastic collar in the part that slides over the pole & I am unsure the arm would still tighten to the pole if that collar broke in the future.Only supports up to a 24" monitor. A 2nd joint in the arm like other similar mounts would allow a bigger monitorThe base, although heavy & substantial is ugly, thick & intrusive, taking up too much of the space I am trying to reclaim by using a stand like this.The cable clips on the arms do not seem big or strong enough to hold VGA cable, I guess Display Port or HDMI Cable would be OK though. 2Sturdy, Strong, Slightly Uneven This monitor stand has no issues holding up a pair of older, fairly heavy 24" monitors and was really easy to install on my wooden desk. The problem is that, even though the monitors are identical no amount of adjusting the stand will get them to hang exactly even with one another. There's about a 1/2"-3/4" difference that is really noticeable when I'm working on both screens. Although not being even did defeat one of the reasons I'd gotten the stand in the first place, I can say that it really does open up a lot of desk area by getting rid of the individual stands. If you don't mind things being slightly uneven, this was a fantastic deal that didn't break the bank or require a huge ordeal to set up. 3Great product!!! OK, so I received this a day early and needless to say I wasn't disappointed. The value is top notch, the quality is good (it is kinda heavy in my opinion), but I would rather have something on the somewhat heavy side and hold my monitors correctly then some cheap kabob. I ordered this for two 24 inch monitors and took about 1 hr to put together with my husband and I. (Most of this time was tweaking where I wanted the monitors.) I'm sure someone could do it faster, but I am OCD. Anyway. the design is great taking the monitors off and on is a breeze. The only gripe I have is that one of my monitors seems to sag a tad bit, and I can't really tighten the bolt anymore. Maybe it's just me or I just need to tweak it again. I highly recommend this for someone who has two monitors and is limited on desk space (as I was.) I have a lot more desk space now and the cables management on the mount is an added bonus. 5I really do love it! I have 4 24" monitors on this mount. 2 24" Dell and 2 24" Asus monitors. The difficulty getting them mounted was about what I was expecting. I was able to do it by myself although having another set of hands might help.A couple of concerns when I was thinking about pulling the trigger on 4 monitors:- Yes my bottom two monitors are a bit lower (obviously configurable) than a normal monitor stand. However I tried to make mine as low as possible so I didn't have to strain too much when using my top monitors. In fact right now I'm writing this review on one of my top monitors and it's very comfortable.- I am really glad I got this stand with the base vs. the one that mounts to the desk. It's very sturdy and I didn't have to statically mount this thing. I mean it's not going to be easy to move but it's possible.- 4 24" monitors are fine as far as the size. For me there's plenty of room to swivel them and actually the Asus monitors I got (Asus VS247H-P) have smaller bevels than the Dells so they could actually be adjusted quite a bit. 5Saved desk space, easy to setup and quality for a nice price. This is my first Dual Monitor stand and I'm glad that I chose it! It's easy to assembly and fix on the desk. My desk had enough space and thickness to secure the stand and it does "feel" secure too. I have installed two monitors of 24" and 23" with very different placement of the VESA screws at the back and had to buy a plate (100x200, 200x100, 200x200, 100x100) to be able to mount the 24" Samsung monitor. mounting the monitors takes a bit of effort (I guess it's the same with every stand..) but it's not impossible unless the weight/size of the monitors needs a second person to hold it while you fasten the screws at the back. I managed to do that on my own but I guess a 27" monitor is a different thing :) Choose the position of the vertical stand that secures at the desk before mounting any monitors. With the monitors on it, it's not easy to move around with two monitors on it.. I'm saying this because I have to adjust it and I will need some help to get the two arms with the monitors off the vertical base... But once you know where you want it, it shouldn't move right? The quality is very good and the plastic covers where there are screws and bolts is welcomed. Overall I didn't encounter any quality issues (unaligned screw holes or whatever). And they pack extra screws if your monitor needs a different screw length than others. The extra space I get under the monitors now is super! For the price and quality it's a winner for me. Just be sure to check your office/desk if it can hold the stand (thickness and some depth).I highly recommend it! 5
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