• MonMount Dual LCD Freestanding Monitor Stand Up to 24-Inch, Red (LCD-6460R)
MonMount Dual LCD Freestanding Monitor Stand Up to 24-Inch, Red (LCD-6460R)

MonMount Dual LCD Freestanding Monitor Stand Up to 24-Inch, Red (LCD-6460R)

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  • MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Freestanding Monitor Stand Up to 24"
  • Supports up to 24" Screens
  • Freestanding with weighted Base
  • Designed by MonMount
  • Comes in Various Colors

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Very Stur Very sturdy stand and I have 2 x 22" LED screen attached.ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Monitor with Integrated Stereo Speakers The base is LARGE, which is needed for a solid installation but I have found I like it. With these mounts, I can raise the screens a lot higher than the standard stand on the monitors. I've got pen holders, tape dispenser, stapler, paper weight and a hots of other desk needs - right in front of me underneath the monitors. Being able to raise the screen gave me back some desk space I could not use as items would be in line of sight with screen on stock stands. It also comes with supplies to mount directly on desk without the base. I might do that later but in no hurry since the base feet are desk top shelves right now - no need.Good stand, good price - don't make an investment in dual monitors unless you go all the way and have a mount that can move the screens around where you want them. This one does the trick ...Product Improvement Note: If they could take the space of the two large base legs and put a power strip on one and USB hub on the other - this would be an ULTIMATE stand (are you listening???)Or even small(10W)right,left speakers with built in sub-woofer. I'm laying a small bookshelf speaker system under and behind my monitors with the additional height I can get out of the screens. 5Great piece of equipment Read all the reviews of many pieces and ultimately thought I'd take a chance with this one as it was the cheapest, by far, of the options I was looking at.I have a relatively smallish desk space and am moving to two Viewsonic 22" widescreen monitors. Getting them off the desk was pretty much a "must have" if I wanted to have any work surface available. The box was packed well and I could tell before even opening it that it was a heavier piece of equipment.Setup is about as easy as it could be and the single page of instructions really isn't even needed. As long as your monitors are VESA (mountable) standard, you should be fine for easy mounting. 4 screws and your monitor is secured. The stand is very sturdy and as another earlier reviewer noted, the base does take up a bit of room in order to create that sturdy environment. As I use a wireless keyboard and mouse and have enough depth on the desk, it isn't a problem ... but plan on about 10"-12" from back to front of the stand.There is a collar that attaches to the main post that you can move up and down in order to find the right heigth off the desk that, when found, you simply tighten the bolt to lock it in. The arms also do swing horizontally very easily for positioning of the monitors independently as well as the ability to rotate. I don't use my monitors in portrait mode myself. At first I didn't think I could adjust the tilt and pitch of the monitors but found that the screws are covered up by caps and if you loosen them, you can adjust the pitch of the monitors as well. Basically stated, you have all the degrees of freedom that you need to position your monitors the way that you like.There is also an included desk mount bolt if you prefer to drill a hold through your desk to secure the stand.One other nice touch is that the stand does have attached cable guides on each arm that come in handy. A couple of velcro straps are something you might want to add if you're a stickler about cable neatness.What this all basically comes down to is that for the price, it's a heckuva bargain ... at least when compared to others that I saw. The most important piece of any review, at least for me, is if the reviewer would purchase it again if they had it to do over again. And I certainly would without even hesitating. Sure the base is a bit bigger in length, but I'd much rather deal with that than have an unstable dual-monitor stand.Save the $100 and purchase this stand. 5Strong, Cheap, Well Designed At first, I thought the stand was HUGE. But after assembling everything and putting my two 23 inchers on it (ASUS VN247), I was extremely impressed. Assembly was quite easy, and they came with everything you need (besides the phillips screwdriver). It even was ready if you have curved backs on your monitors. Adjustment is easily done with the tools supplied. After placing it on my desk, I actually gained a lot of space as compared to having two regular monitor stands from before. There was still a lot of space for adjustment even with my two 23 inchers, which I was initially worried about. I was able to angle them in together quite more than I expected. Overall, an excellent product that is cheap and well-constructed.Would buy again if I need another one. 5Great product for the price I've been using this stand for a couple of months now with twin Lenovo 21.5" monitors, and am pleased with the stand's performance. Functionality is a little lacking in terms of "fine tuning" exact monitor position; however, it's good enough that I am happy overall. My wife is also using this stand with twin Dell 20.5" monitors, and has noticed the positioning to be slightly more limited. To be fair, the manufacturer does clearly state that smaller monitors will have to be moved closer to the viewer in order to bring the monitors together. Other than that she is also pleased.Pro's:SturdyFlexible positioningAffordableVery good build qualityCon'sFine tuning position is limitedBase is bulky with considerable desktop footprint. To be fair, there is an option to mount just the post in a hole in your desktop, but I have a glass top desk so I am limited to the bulky baseIt seems to me the fine tuning issue could be easily resolved by adding a joint in the middle of the two main arms to allow for greater flexibility.Delivery was prompt and purchase was easy.Overall rating 4 stars (would give 4.5 if possible). I would buy this again, and would recommend it to anyone seeking an affordable dual monitor stand. 4Monitors are lopsided It was easy to assemble but hard to get things the way I want them. Height adjustment is really difficult because I have to loosen or tighten a bolt using an Allen wrench to allow vertical movement. Once you loosen the bolt, it immediately starts lowering and it's hard to get it to stop lowering because of the weight of the monitors. It's really a two-person job to adjust things.I also had a hard time getting the monitors level. There's a monitor rotation and tilt control and adjusting one seems to adjust the other and I had to level each monitor like 15 times, and it comes out of alignment just by tapping it so I have to be super careful not to touch the monitors.Also even once everything is perfectly level, the two monitors on the stand aren't at the same height, as if the product was built lopsidedly. I have two stands with 4 monitors and each monitor is a slightly different height. I really wanted everything even but it's not possible with this thing.Overall it does the job but not very well made or easy to use. Takes a lot of patience. It should be easier. 2Great stand for the money I love this stand! It has saved me so much space over the monitor stand I had before when I just had one monitor. The base is really big but U shaped and flat on top so you can easily put thing on it or over it(I put my keyboard on it when i need to be reading or writing something while on the computer and it keeps the keyboard steady for typing). It was extremely easy to set up and everything you need to put it together but a philips head screwdriver is provided. The directions were relatively easy to follow, really study the pictures and you won't have any issues.One suggestion I will give if you are putting this together and mounting the monitors by yourself, don't attach the pole/monitor arms to the base before you attach the monitors to it. It would be impossible to hold the monitor steady enough on your own to attache it to the mounts on the stand. I laid the monitors screen down on my desk and that made it much easier to attach the monitors. I was easily able to then pick them up and attach the pole to the base by myself.It easily holds my two 23" monitors and is incredibly steady on it's base. I've had to move it around quite a bit so far and had no issues with it being wobbly. It is very well made and looks good. It is infinitely adjustable so you can get the monitors set up just the way you want/need.I couldn't be happier with this purchase, why go with something more expensive when this stand will give you everything you need. 5Functional, no complaints . . If you're looking to improve the ergonomics of your desk and to save your neck and posture, you'll need this product or one similar to it.The mount has the capability to individually tilt and rotate your monitors from portrait to vertical. Each arm has dual joints to adjust the spacing between your monitors and the viewing angle of each monitor, and the mount allows you to adjust the height of your monitors from your desk.The mounts utilize the VESA standard of 100mm and 75mm to mount your VESA-compatible flat-screen monitors and have cord bundlers affixed under each arm of the mounts to keep the power cables and video cables in check.It has solid construction and is made well. The only decision is whether you want the big feet of this mount on your desk or whether you want a different mount that clamps to your desk. The mount comes with hardware to install this stand through your desk with the drilling of a hole through your desk and putting a bolt with a giant washer through your desk, but this mount doesn't seem like the best solution for a desk-attached stand when compared to clampable mounts. I have this model because my desk isn't the sturdiest and cannot support the clampable mount (but I still like this one).It's made in China and the instructions could be better written, but it's soo easy to assemble, I didn't have much use for the instructions, other than to identify the appropriate use of the provided nuts and bolts. The required assembly is to connect the weighted base and the two arm beam assembly to the main center beam. It also comes with the screws that mount your monitors to the mount. It takes less than 5 minutes to assemble.For those spending hours behind the desk on the computer, buy it. Your neck and back will appreciate it. I recommend it. 5Very Sturdy and good stand Came packed very neatly - i got this for my dual monitor set up. I have a 25 inch and a 23 inch monitor. Though it does not support 25 inch monitor, i made minor support adjustments and now it holds both my monitorsPros:Very sturdy and heavy - you might need help mounting monitorsComes with all required hardware and instructions - easy to set upcan adjust monitor height, horizontal tilt angle and also verticalgreat priceCons:when you loosen the nut to adjust height, you have to be very careful if you already have monitors mounted - else they will just drop due to the weight - there is nothing to stop them. So either set the height first and then mount monitors or use supports when you want to adjust heights - i used books below my monitors and removed/added books one by one to adjust height and then tighten the bolt - wish there could be some kind of stopperOverall very happy with the product and recommend it for monitors that are 24 Inches or less 4Allows for great ergonomics, especially for bifocal wearers I actually bought this stand so I could position my 23" HP2310m monitor (300 nits!) the proper distance from my eyes for comfortable viewing - the monitor floats above the top numeric row of my keyboard. Also, I wear bifocals so it's actually more comfortable to have the monitor fairly low (the bottom is 3" above my desk) and tilted slightly upwards. I position the stand far back on my desk so the arm is extended fairly forward. In this configuration I do have to C-clamp the back edge of the stand to my desk (unfortunately I've misplaced the plate to bolt through the desk that eliminates the stand) so it does not fall over.Although I've only been using this with one monitor, I bought the dual mount as it's not much more expensive than a single. It also allows me to add a second monitor if I decide I need one. I've had my first one for almost a year and it continues to be solid. Unlike the first cheaper mount I bought, the Tyke's joints are very solid - there is no slop or flop from the monitor. Adjustments are just the right tightness.I actually use a KVM switch for the monitor so I can use my laptop or on very rare occasions, my old desktop. At night, my eyes are tired and I would otherwise have to crane my neck and looking down my nose at the laptop!I highly recommend this stand and just recently bought a second one. Unfortunately I've found that monitors with 100x100 VESA mounts seem to be more difficult to find. I was hoping to buy another HP like the one I have but I don't see any newer HP monitors with VESA, or 300 nits - sigh. 5Monitor Stand is Sturdy, Swings Both Ways Too This was a bit of a stretch financially, but I was tired of having 2 monitors hogging up my entire desktop. I punched the buy button and hoped for the best.When I got this, the first thing I noticed was - it is HEAVY! I guess that is to provide some stability when the monitors are hanging on the mounts. It works.After I mounted the monitors, the fun began -- how do I set up my monitors for best function? Most people go with both landscape. Some on the leading edge go with both portrait. Me, I'm just weird, so I did one portrait and one landscape. I just like to go either way whenever the mood suits me.This stand has no problem with same orientation or mixed orientation couplings.The stand is pretty stable, even with my two 22" monitors hanging on the arms. The black blends in well to the shadows. The hardware adjusts pretty well (stiff enough to hold the monitors in place, soft enough to allow me to rotate them around or push them in and out if needed).MY ONLY CONCERN IS THIS: If you want the monitors next to each other (as most people do) one must swing the monitor mounting arms forward until the monitor edges touch. For me, that means that the front of my monitors are FOURTEEN INCHES (14") FROM THE WALL BEHIND MY DESK. That means that 14" of my desk is UNDER the monitors and not very useful anymore.If I push the monitor mounting arms closer to the wall behind my desk (which then allows me access to my desk), the monitors end up with a foot or more of distance between them, so I start looking like a tennis fan with my neck swiveling side to side to go back and forth between monitors. I can't do that all day long.I guess I have kind of gotten used to the big black area on the back half of my desk. I use it to store small things: rubber stamps, tchotchkes, laptop, coin jar. Sometimes things go missing back there, but generally I have learned to get by using only the front half of my desk now.I really do like my two monitors, but I wish there was a better way (without horrendous cost) to have the monitors next to each other, but not sticking out 14" from the back of the stand. 4
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Very Stur Very sturdy stand and I have 2 x 22" LED screen attached.ViewSonic VX2250WM-LED 22-Inch (21.5-Inch Vis) Widescreen Full HD 1080p LED Monitor with Integrated Stereo Speakers The base is LARGE, which is needed for a solid installation but I have found I like it. With these mounts, I can raise the screens a lot higher than the standard stand on the monitors. I've got pen holders, tape dispenser, stapler, paper weight and a hots of other desk needs - right in front of me underneath the monitors. Being able to raise the screen gave me back some desk space I could not use as items would be in line of sight with screen on stock stands. It also comes with supplies to mount directly on desk without the base. I might do that later but in no hurry since the base feet are desk top shelves right now - no need.Good stand, good price - don't make an investment in dual monitors unless you go all the way and have a mount that can move the screens around where you want them. This one does the trick ...Product Improvement Note: If they could take the space of the two large base legs and put a power strip on one and USB hub on the other - this would be an ULTIMATE stand (are you listening???)Or even small(10W)right,left speakers with built in sub-woofer. I'm laying a small bookshelf speaker system under and behind my monitors with the additional height I can get out of the screens. 5Great piece of equipment Read all the reviews of many pieces and ultimately thought I'd take a chance with this one as it was the cheapest, by far, of the options I was looking at.I have a relatively smallish desk space and am moving to two Viewsonic 22" widescreen monitors. Getting them off the desk was pretty much a "must have" if I wanted to have any work surface available. The box was packed well and I could tell before even opening it that it was a heavier piece of equipment.Setup is about as easy as it could be and the single page of instructions really isn't even needed. As long as your monitors are VESA (mountable) standard, you should be fine for easy mounting. 4 screws and your monitor is secured. The stand is very sturdy and as another earlier reviewer noted, the base does take up a bit of room in order to create that sturdy environment. As I use a wireless keyboard and mouse and have enough depth on the desk, it isn't a problem ... but plan on about 10"-12" from back to front of the stand.There is a collar that attaches to the main post that you can move up and down in order to find the right heigth off the desk that, when found, you simply tighten the bolt to lock it in. The arms also do swing horizontally very easily for positioning of the monitors independently as well as the ability to rotate. I don't use my monitors in portrait mode myself. At first I didn't think I could adjust the tilt and pitch of the monitors but found that the screws are covered up by caps and if you loosen them, you can adjust the pitch of the monitors as well. Basically stated, you have all the degrees of freedom that you need to position your monitors the way that you like.There is also an included desk mount bolt if you prefer to drill a hold through your desk to secure the stand.One other nice touch is that the stand does have attached cable guides on each arm that come in handy. A couple of velcro straps are something you might want to add if you're a stickler about cable neatness.What this all basically comes down to is that for the price, it's a heckuva bargain ... at least when compared to others that I saw. The most important piece of any review, at least for me, is if the reviewer would purchase it again if they had it to do over again. And I certainly would without even hesitating. Sure the base is a bit bigger in length, but I'd much rather deal with that than have an unstable dual-monitor stand.Save the $100 and purchase this stand. 5Strong, Cheap, Well Designed At first, I thought the stand was HUGE. But after assembling everything and putting my two 23 inchers on it (ASUS VN247), I was extremely impressed. Assembly was quite easy, and they came with everything you need (besides the phillips screwdriver). It even was ready if you have curved backs on your monitors. Adjustment is easily done with the tools supplied. After placing it on my desk, I actually gained a lot of space as compared to having two regular monitor stands from before. There was still a lot of space for adjustment even with my two 23 inchers, which I was initially worried about. I was able to angle them in together quite more than I expected. Overall, an excellent product that is cheap and well-constructed.Would buy again if I need another one. 5Great product for the price I've been using this stand for a couple of months now with twin Lenovo 21.5" monitors, and am pleased with the stand's performance. Functionality is a little lacking in terms of "fine tuning" exact monitor position; however, it's good enough that I am happy overall. My wife is also using this stand with twin Dell 20.5" monitors, and has noticed the positioning to be slightly more limited. To be fair, the manufacturer does clearly state that smaller monitors will have to be moved closer to the viewer in order to bring the monitors together. Other than that she is also pleased.Pro's:SturdyFlexible positioningAffordableVery good build qualityCon'sFine tuning position is limitedBase is bulky with considerable desktop footprint. To be fair, there is an option to mount just the post in a hole in your desktop, but I have a glass top desk so I am limited to the bulky baseIt seems to me the fine tuning issue could be easily resolved by adding a joint in the middle of the two main arms to allow for greater flexibility.Delivery was prompt and purchase was easy.Overall rating 4 stars (would give 4.5 if possible). I would buy this again, and would recommend it to anyone seeking an affordable dual monitor stand. 4Monitors are lopsided It was easy to assemble but hard to get things the way I want them. Height adjustment is really difficult because I have to loosen or tighten a bolt using an Allen wrench to allow vertical movement. Once you loosen the bolt, it immediately starts lowering and it's hard to get it to stop lowering because of the weight of the monitors. It's really a two-person job to adjust things.I also had a hard time getting the monitors level. There's a monitor rotation and tilt control and adjusting one seems to adjust the other and I had to level each monitor like 15 times, and it comes out of alignment just by tapping it so I have to be super careful not to touch the monitors.Also even once everything is perfectly level, the two monitors on the stand aren't at the same height, as if the product was built lopsidedly. I have two stands with 4 monitors and each monitor is a slightly different height. I really wanted everything even but it's not possible with this thing.Overall it does the job but not very well made or easy to use. Takes a lot of patience. It should be easier. 2Great stand for the money I love this stand! It has saved me so much space over the monitor stand I had before when I just had one monitor. The base is really big but U shaped and flat on top so you can easily put thing on it or over it(I put my keyboard on it when i need to be reading or writing something while on the computer and it keeps the keyboard steady for typing). It was extremely easy to set up and everything you need to put it together but a philips head screwdriver is provided. The directions were relatively easy to follow, really study the pictures and you won't have any issues.One suggestion I will give if you are putting this together and mounting the monitors by yourself, don't attach the pole/monitor arms to the base before you attach the monitors to it. It would be impossible to hold the monitor steady enough on your own to attache it to the mounts on the stand. I laid the monitors screen down on my desk and that made it much easier to attach the monitors. I was easily able to then pick them up and attach the pole to the base by myself.It easily holds my two 23" monitors and is incredibly steady on it's base. I've had to move it around quite a bit so far and had no issues with it being wobbly. It is very well made and looks good. It is infinitely adjustable so you can get the monitors set up just the way you want/need.I couldn't be happier with this purchase, why go with something more expensive when this stand will give you everything you need. 5Functional, no complaints . . If you're looking to improve the ergonomics of your desk and to save your neck and posture, you'll need this product or one similar to it.The mount has the capability to individually tilt and rotate your monitors from portrait to vertical. Each arm has dual joints to adjust the spacing between your monitors and the viewing angle of each monitor, and the mount allows you to adjust the height of your monitors from your desk.The mounts utilize the VESA standard of 100mm and 75mm to mount your VESA-compatible flat-screen monitors and have cord bundlers affixed under each arm of the mounts to keep the power cables and video cables in check.It has solid construction and is made well. The only decision is whether you want the big feet of this mount on your desk or whether you want a different mount that clamps to your desk. The mount comes with hardware to install this stand through your desk with the drilling of a hole through your desk and putting a bolt with a giant washer through your desk, but this mount doesn't seem like the best solution for a desk-attached stand when compared to clampable mounts. I have this model because my desk isn't the sturdiest and cannot support the clampable mount (but I still like this one).It's made in China and the instructions could be better written, but it's soo easy to assemble, I didn't have much use for the instructions, other than to identify the appropriate use of the provided nuts and bolts. The required assembly is to connect the weighted base and the two arm beam assembly to the main center beam. It also comes with the screws that mount your monitors to the mount. It takes less than 5 minutes to assemble.For those spending hours behind the desk on the computer, buy it. Your neck and back will appreciate it. I recommend it. 5Very Sturdy and good stand Came packed very neatly - i got this for my dual monitor set up. I have a 25 inch and a 23 inch monitor. Though it does not support 25 inch monitor, i made minor support adjustments and now it holds both my monitorsPros:Very sturdy and heavy - you might need help mounting monitorsComes with all required hardware and instructions - easy to set upcan adjust monitor height, horizontal tilt angle and also verticalgreat priceCons:when you loosen the nut to adjust height, you have to be very careful if you already have monitors mounted - else they will just drop due to the weight - there is nothing to stop them. So either set the height first and then mount monitors or use supports when you want to adjust heights - i used books below my monitors and removed/added books one by one to adjust height and then tighten the bolt - wish there could be some kind of stopperOverall very happy with the product and recommend it for monitors that are 24 Inches or less 4Allows for great ergonomics, especially for bifocal wearers I actually bought this stand so I could position my 23" HP2310m monitor (300 nits!) the proper distance from my eyes for comfortable viewing - the monitor floats above the top numeric row of my keyboard. Also, I wear bifocals so it's actually more comfortable to have the monitor fairly low (the bottom is 3" above my desk) and tilted slightly upwards. I position the stand far back on my desk so the arm is extended fairly forward. In this configuration I do have to C-clamp the back edge of the stand to my desk (unfortunately I've misplaced the plate to bolt through the desk that eliminates the stand) so it does not fall over.Although I've only been using this with one monitor, I bought the dual mount as it's not much more expensive than a single. It also allows me to add a second monitor if I decide I need one. I've had my first one for almost a year and it continues to be solid. Unlike the first cheaper mount I bought, the Tyke's joints are very solid - there is no slop or flop from the monitor. Adjustments are just the right tightness.I actually use a KVM switch for the monitor so I can use my laptop or on very rare occasions, my old desktop. At night, my eyes are tired and I would otherwise have to crane my neck and looking down my nose at the laptop!I highly recommend this stand and just recently bought a second one. Unfortunately I've found that monitors with 100x100 VESA mounts seem to be more difficult to find. I was hoping to buy another HP like the one I have but I don't see any newer HP monitors with VESA, or 300 nits - sigh. 5Monitor Stand is Sturdy, Swings Both Ways Too This was a bit of a stretch financially, but I was tired of having 2 monitors hogging up my entire desktop. I punched the buy button and hoped for the best.When I got this, the first thing I noticed was - it is HEAVY! I guess that is to provide some stability when the monitors are hanging on the mounts. It works.After I mounted the monitors, the fun began -- how do I set up my monitors for best function? Most people go with both landscape. Some on the leading edge go with both portrait. Me, I'm just weird, so I did one portrait and one landscape. I just like to go either way whenever the mood suits me.This stand has no problem with same orientation or mixed orientation couplings.The stand is pretty stable, even with my two 22" monitors hanging on the arms. The black blends in well to the shadows. The hardware adjusts pretty well (stiff enough to hold the monitors in place, soft enough to allow me to rotate them around or push them in and out if needed).MY ONLY CONCERN IS THIS: If you want the monitors next to each other (as most people do) one must swing the monitor mounting arms forward until the monitor edges touch. For me, that means that the front of my monitors are FOURTEEN INCHES (14") FROM THE WALL BEHIND MY DESK. That means that 14" of my desk is UNDER the monitors and not very useful anymore.If I push the monitor mounting arms closer to the wall behind my desk (which then allows me access to my desk), the monitors end up with a foot or more of distance between them, so I start looking like a tennis fan with my neck swiveling side to side to go back and forth between monitors. I can't do that all day long.I guess I have kind of gotten used to the big black area on the back half of my desk. I use it to store small things: rubber stamps, tchotchkes, laptop, coin jar. Sometimes things go missing back there, but generally I have learned to get by using only the front half of my desk now.I really do like my two monitors, but I wish there was a better way (without horrendous cost) to have the monitors next to each other, but not sticking out 14" from the back of the stand. 4
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