• Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
  • Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree
Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree

Mount It! Single Monitor Desk Mount Arm | Full Motion Monitor Mount | Fits 21 24 27 29 30 Inch Scree

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  • SINGLE MONITOR ARM MOUNT: Fits one computer screen sizes 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 inches, with a maximum support weight of *33* pounds, using the 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA square bolt hole pattern found on the back of the monitors. (measure distance, in millimeters, between bolt hole patterns if unsure of size)
  • FEATURES: VESA monitor stand is height adjustable and can be raised from 13" inches up to 18.5" inches. Cold-rolled steel construction is heavy duty and will stand the test of time. Comes with C-clamp base mount for use on desktops 1" - 2" inches thick.
  • FULLY ADJUSTABLE: Monitor arm desk mount can tilt 15 degrees up and down, swivel 360 degrees on three different joints, and raise and/lower 5.5" inches.
  • EASY INSTALLATION: Monitor swing arm comes with all mounting hardware, tools, and instructions necessary for assembly.
  • US-BASED CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Single monitor stand comes with a 5-YEAR WARRANTY and our friendly and responsive customer support team is available to answer any questions you may have during normal business hours.

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Meh. Meh.So I bought this thinking it would answer my grief with having my monitor just sitting on my desk.Once I got this and opened it, I thought, wow this is actually pretty heavy duty. It felt nice and seemed like it would hold my monitor to my desk without issue. I have a large-ish wooded desk that this thing can sit flush too and go about my way.....NOPE!So, I connected this to my desk, I twisted the desk mount as hard as I possibly could and even got some tools to try to make it snug snug snug. I wiggled it with no monitor and it seemed okay. I attached my monitor and pulled the monitor toward me and back to the wall and this is where the issue is. When doing this, the mount that is clamped to the desk wiggled back as well. So after all the force I could put to this, it did not hold AT ALL.I read other reviews about putting a block of wood under, did this and the same thing happened. It seems okay at first, but when you add weight and push it back and forth(slowly and as gently as possibly) it wiggles loose.This angers me because I have a nice wood desk and the clamp goes all the way up to fit snug, but it just doesn't, no matter what I do.I had some rubber laying around, I thought due to it wiggling loose so easily, maybe it is the finish on my desk. Put rubber on both the top and bottom and clamped it and put monitor on. Same issue occurred where a tiny bit of force wiggles it loose from the desk.Frustrating to say the least. I then decided to use the grommet in my desk, I fed the clamp through the desk grommet(cable hole) and tightened it. It still slips. I added a bit more rubber to it and clamped as hard as I could. I finally was able to get it working, but I do not trust this thing. Now that I know it works only in the desk grommet, I am going to attach my smaller 24" monitor to it and off to the side(not done yet, in the pictures)I didnt want to spend 99 bucks for a monitor mount, but after this experience, I think I will to get piece of mind. 2Exactly what I wanted I have an odd setup: one 42", one 23", one 19" and this monitor helped me achieve what I wanted at my desk: 3 monitors, one portrait, all as close as possible. The mounting process was quite easy and the way the bracket works allowed me to get exactly the height, angle and position I wanted. Really, a great product at a great price. 5Model MI-751 is far superior for just a little more. This model MI-705 monitor mount is just "ok".It's rated for 33 pounds and monitors up to 30".But the model MI-751, from the same brand, although only rated for 22 pounds and monitors up to 27" is actually SUBSTANTIALLY stronger and has slightly longer 'reach'. It has more pivot points, monitor can be rotated, and the main, upright, support rod and clamp is substantially larger and stronger and no plastic clamps on this main support structure.In fact the MI-751 actually weighs twice as much with a shipping weight of 10 lbs as compared to the MI-705 at only 5 pounds which is usually a pretty good indication of how much steel and other materials went into the construction of it.Compared to the MI-705; there is a very obvious increase in quality and strength of the MI-751 which even has two more pivot points for only $1.50 more. When I wrote this review; this MI-705, at 5 pounds, was sold for $34.27 delivered while the heavier duty, 10 pound, MI-751 was sold for $35.99 delivered through Amazon prime.BTW: This MI-705 has a plastic clamp, on the main support, that actually cracked and broke when I attempted to tighten the bolt so this defective item was returned in favor of the much heavier, stronger, and more versatile, MI-751.Kindest regards;Scorch. 2Can be acceptable for single screen usage, not for multiple screens. I took to the white board to illustrate the problem with this mount. If you allow yourself to have unlimited space in fantasy-land, this problem is less of an issue because the base of the mount could be moved to eliminate side-to-side tilt, but this is still a nuisance after crawling around on the floor behind the desk more than once or twice. The problems could be eliminated completely and have this be a five-star product if it had a VESA mount design similar to the Arctic Z1 Basic which allows 360 degree movement.With a single monitor regular width monitor, you'll be less likely to notice how much stress this mount is under at even half of its rated capacity. When you start putting monitors together, you quickly realize that things will never look right without a different mount or a lot more work. If you don't have a very wide desk like I'm fortunate enough to have, I'd strongly urge you to consider a mount similar to the Arctic Z1 Basic with its rotatable VESA mount so that you can have a level monitor in ANY orientation without the pain of going through trial-and-error placements of the mounts.The front-to-back tilt isn't an issue, but is very noticeable. The further from the base that your monitor is placed the more pronounced the flex of this stand is. As your monitor gets bigger, the problem will also become more pronounced, not only due to the additional weight but mostly due to the additional length making the difference in height between the edges greater and more noticeable.Do not purchase this mount if you intend to use these to butt multiple screens together. You'll regret it.I thought I would prefer the different heights on the split arm so the arms can be stacked on top of each other, but after having a monitor on it I realize it is very unlikely that I'll ever want to position the monitor directly above the mount. The weight capacity isn't technically overstated, but it does flex much more than you'd desire and has limited adjustments to compensate for it.I think I will probably return the three Mount-It! MI-705 mounts and purchase these ARCTIC Z1 Basic to replace them. 2it does what it says. To an extent I have two desks; one for drawing and one for most other things. As a result I wanted my monitor to take up as little desk real estate as possible and be able to swivel between the two. I ended up choosing this product for affordable pricing.All in all, it's fairly good. it is easy to set up and takes very little time to assemble -- I did it by myself in about five minutes. It moves fairly well, about what you'd expect. It's a little disappointing that there's no monitor pivot (ie, a pivot at the end where you can adjust the angle the monitor plane is facing) but not a huge deal because you can easily adjust height. It moves high and low no problem. Plain and simply, it does exactly what you'd expect a monitor mount to do.However, it is misleading in that it overestimates how much it can hold. I have a 27 inch monitor that can't be more than 15 pounds. To be quite specific, it's an Asus VK278. Anyway, if you compress it inwards like an accordian, you won't notice a problem because this will compensate for the weight and size. If you extend it though, it starts to disbalance. One side of my monitor is noticeably lower than the other. This will severely limit its reach, really only making it capable of swivelling and not extending. This is where the title is very misleading -- I figured since it said ~30 inch, it would be able to handle 27. Such is a bad assumption to makeI tried it with a 24 inch monitor I keep in my closet and have no complaints on that one. This time, however, it actually extended no problem and really lived up to expectations.Moral of this review; if it's <25", it's a 5 star affordable mount. If it's more than that, look elsewhere 3Does Not Support Monitors Over 10 Pounds!!!!! This arm claims to be rated at 33lbs. I put a 30lb monitor on the arm and it bend right down to the desk. I returned the first one thinking it was just a bad weld. The second one I decided not to put my 30lb monitor on the arm, but put a 24" monitor that weights only 11.5lbs. The arm will not stay straight and the monitor is crooked. The C-clamp is so weak that you can easily move the arm.As a test, I have the WALI WL-M001 arm which is rated for 22lbs. It holds my 30lb monitor without bending AND at the top of the pole. (I'm switching to the Ergotech Freedom Arm HD (FDM-HD-S01) today only because my WALI arm is not rated for 30lbs and I want to be safe.) Unfortunately this MI-705 arm is just not as advertised. This is now an entire week trying to get my desktop straightened out. I now have to wait on a refund from Amazon which they say they won't process until this arm is received by them and then another 7 days.I don't blame Amazon, but I would say that this arm is NOT AS ADVERTISED. If an 11lb monitor causes it to bend at the base (and clamp), after having used a wrench to tighten it to my 1.5" thick wood desk then this is NOT a 33lb rated stand. It's not even a 10lb rated stand. I would avoid this product and maybe any arm made by this company. (I could readily tell the difference between the C-clamp on my WALI WL-M001 arm versus this arm. It is night and day as far as construction qualify.)I'm surprise that Amazon will continue for this company to make this false claim (33lb rated arm). 1The mount is great unless you have a thin desktop The mount is great unless you have a thin desktop. The swivel of the screw does not go all the way to the anvil. This means when you tighten the clamp, the screw is too short. Unless you have at least an inch thick mounting surface, buy a different product. You can stick a piece of wood, plastic or metal between the swivel and anvil, but it won't be as secure as if the screw were longer. 3Absolutely did not work on a desk with a smaller lip The good: the plate is very easy to attach to the monitor and then slip onto the stand. Washers included, and instructions are relatively easy to follow, and there is almost no assembly required. The clamp has a bar to tighten, which is great because it works in a confined area.The bad: the clamp itself is not designed to work on the lip of a desk; it needs a table edge. The clamp has nothing on the top surface of the desk to stabilize the clamp, and there is no foam padding to protect your desk and minimize wobble. Also, the arm was not really strong enough to support the weight of a my 24" monitor. After I attached my monitor the whole thing first sagged, and then slid off the edge of the desk. I had to purchase a different one that is much more sturdy and stable. 3An excellent VESA mount. I bought this for the new 34inch LG ultra wide monitor I bought. This monitor weighs 21lbs and this stand has no problem with it. The mount is pretty heavy so you know they didn't get skimpy with materials. Its well built and looks good as well. I have no complaints about this unit. 5Works great on a DIY pedestal I made a pedestal for my mount out of 2 X 4 stock ripped to 3 inches wide. See the photo. The height of the pedestal is 20 inches. It's just right for working from a comfortable chair. I assembled it with carpenter glue and drywall screws and gave it a coat of polyurethane varnish. I used some beefy sheet metal screws to attach the mount to the pedestal. It works great. 5
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Meh. Meh.So I bought this thinking it would answer my grief with having my monitor just sitting on my desk.Once I got this and opened it, I thought, wow this is actually pretty heavy duty. It felt nice and seemed like it would hold my monitor to my desk without issue. I have a large-ish wooded desk that this thing can sit flush too and go about my way.....NOPE!So, I connected this to my desk, I twisted the desk mount as hard as I possibly could and even got some tools to try to make it snug snug snug. I wiggled it with no monitor and it seemed okay. I attached my monitor and pulled the monitor toward me and back to the wall and this is where the issue is. When doing this, the mount that is clamped to the desk wiggled back as well. So after all the force I could put to this, it did not hold AT ALL.I read other reviews about putting a block of wood under, did this and the same thing happened. It seems okay at first, but when you add weight and push it back and forth(slowly and as gently as possibly) it wiggles loose.This angers me because I have a nice wood desk and the clamp goes all the way up to fit snug, but it just doesn't, no matter what I do.I had some rubber laying around, I thought due to it wiggling loose so easily, maybe it is the finish on my desk. Put rubber on both the top and bottom and clamped it and put monitor on. Same issue occurred where a tiny bit of force wiggles it loose from the desk.Frustrating to say the least. I then decided to use the grommet in my desk, I fed the clamp through the desk grommet(cable hole) and tightened it. It still slips. I added a bit more rubber to it and clamped as hard as I could. I finally was able to get it working, but I do not trust this thing. Now that I know it works only in the desk grommet, I am going to attach my smaller 24" monitor to it and off to the side(not done yet, in the pictures)I didnt want to spend 99 bucks for a monitor mount, but after this experience, I think I will to get piece of mind. 2Exactly what I wanted I have an odd setup: one 42", one 23", one 19" and this monitor helped me achieve what I wanted at my desk: 3 monitors, one portrait, all as close as possible. The mounting process was quite easy and the way the bracket works allowed me to get exactly the height, angle and position I wanted. Really, a great product at a great price. 5Model MI-751 is far superior for just a little more. This model MI-705 monitor mount is just "ok".It's rated for 33 pounds and monitors up to 30".But the model MI-751, from the same brand, although only rated for 22 pounds and monitors up to 27" is actually SUBSTANTIALLY stronger and has slightly longer 'reach'. It has more pivot points, monitor can be rotated, and the main, upright, support rod and clamp is substantially larger and stronger and no plastic clamps on this main support structure.In fact the MI-751 actually weighs twice as much with a shipping weight of 10 lbs as compared to the MI-705 at only 5 pounds which is usually a pretty good indication of how much steel and other materials went into the construction of it.Compared to the MI-705; there is a very obvious increase in quality and strength of the MI-751 which even has two more pivot points for only $1.50 more. When I wrote this review; this MI-705, at 5 pounds, was sold for $34.27 delivered while the heavier duty, 10 pound, MI-751 was sold for $35.99 delivered through Amazon prime.BTW: This MI-705 has a plastic clamp, on the main support, that actually cracked and broke when I attempted to tighten the bolt so this defective item was returned in favor of the much heavier, stronger, and more versatile, MI-751.Kindest regards;Scorch. 2Can be acceptable for single screen usage, not for multiple screens. I took to the white board to illustrate the problem with this mount. If you allow yourself to have unlimited space in fantasy-land, this problem is less of an issue because the base of the mount could be moved to eliminate side-to-side tilt, but this is still a nuisance after crawling around on the floor behind the desk more than once or twice. The problems could be eliminated completely and have this be a five-star product if it had a VESA mount design similar to the Arctic Z1 Basic which allows 360 degree movement.With a single monitor regular width monitor, you'll be less likely to notice how much stress this mount is under at even half of its rated capacity. When you start putting monitors together, you quickly realize that things will never look right without a different mount or a lot more work. If you don't have a very wide desk like I'm fortunate enough to have, I'd strongly urge you to consider a mount similar to the Arctic Z1 Basic with its rotatable VESA mount so that you can have a level monitor in ANY orientation without the pain of going through trial-and-error placements of the mounts.The front-to-back tilt isn't an issue, but is very noticeable. The further from the base that your monitor is placed the more pronounced the flex of this stand is. As your monitor gets bigger, the problem will also become more pronounced, not only due to the additional weight but mostly due to the additional length making the difference in height between the edges greater and more noticeable.Do not purchase this mount if you intend to use these to butt multiple screens together. You'll regret it.I thought I would prefer the different heights on the split arm so the arms can be stacked on top of each other, but after having a monitor on it I realize it is very unlikely that I'll ever want to position the monitor directly above the mount. The weight capacity isn't technically overstated, but it does flex much more than you'd desire and has limited adjustments to compensate for it.I think I will probably return the three Mount-It! MI-705 mounts and purchase these ARCTIC Z1 Basic to replace them. 2it does what it says. To an extent I have two desks; one for drawing and one for most other things. As a result I wanted my monitor to take up as little desk real estate as possible and be able to swivel between the two. I ended up choosing this product for affordable pricing.All in all, it's fairly good. it is easy to set up and takes very little time to assemble -- I did it by myself in about five minutes. It moves fairly well, about what you'd expect. It's a little disappointing that there's no monitor pivot (ie, a pivot at the end where you can adjust the angle the monitor plane is facing) but not a huge deal because you can easily adjust height. It moves high and low no problem. Plain and simply, it does exactly what you'd expect a monitor mount to do.However, it is misleading in that it overestimates how much it can hold. I have a 27 inch monitor that can't be more than 15 pounds. To be quite specific, it's an Asus VK278. Anyway, if you compress it inwards like an accordian, you won't notice a problem because this will compensate for the weight and size. If you extend it though, it starts to disbalance. One side of my monitor is noticeably lower than the other. This will severely limit its reach, really only making it capable of swivelling and not extending. This is where the title is very misleading -- I figured since it said ~30 inch, it would be able to handle 27. Such is a bad assumption to makeI tried it with a 24 inch monitor I keep in my closet and have no complaints on that one. This time, however, it actually extended no problem and really lived up to expectations.Moral of this review; if it's <25", it's a 5 star affordable mount. If it's more than that, look elsewhere 3Does Not Support Monitors Over 10 Pounds!!!!! This arm claims to be rated at 33lbs. I put a 30lb monitor on the arm and it bend right down to the desk. I returned the first one thinking it was just a bad weld. The second one I decided not to put my 30lb monitor on the arm, but put a 24" monitor that weights only 11.5lbs. The arm will not stay straight and the monitor is crooked. The C-clamp is so weak that you can easily move the arm.As a test, I have the WALI WL-M001 arm which is rated for 22lbs. It holds my 30lb monitor without bending AND at the top of the pole. (I'm switching to the Ergotech Freedom Arm HD (FDM-HD-S01) today only because my WALI arm is not rated for 30lbs and I want to be safe.) Unfortunately this MI-705 arm is just not as advertised. This is now an entire week trying to get my desktop straightened out. I now have to wait on a refund from Amazon which they say they won't process until this arm is received by them and then another 7 days.I don't blame Amazon, but I would say that this arm is NOT AS ADVERTISED. If an 11lb monitor causes it to bend at the base (and clamp), after having used a wrench to tighten it to my 1.5" thick wood desk then this is NOT a 33lb rated stand. It's not even a 10lb rated stand. I would avoid this product and maybe any arm made by this company. (I could readily tell the difference between the C-clamp on my WALI WL-M001 arm versus this arm. It is night and day as far as construction qualify.)I'm surprise that Amazon will continue for this company to make this false claim (33lb rated arm). 1The mount is great unless you have a thin desktop The mount is great unless you have a thin desktop. The swivel of the screw does not go all the way to the anvil. This means when you tighten the clamp, the screw is too short. Unless you have at least an inch thick mounting surface, buy a different product. You can stick a piece of wood, plastic or metal between the swivel and anvil, but it won't be as secure as if the screw were longer. 3Absolutely did not work on a desk with a smaller lip The good: the plate is very easy to attach to the monitor and then slip onto the stand. Washers included, and instructions are relatively easy to follow, and there is almost no assembly required. The clamp has a bar to tighten, which is great because it works in a confined area.The bad: the clamp itself is not designed to work on the lip of a desk; it needs a table edge. The clamp has nothing on the top surface of the desk to stabilize the clamp, and there is no foam padding to protect your desk and minimize wobble. Also, the arm was not really strong enough to support the weight of a my 24" monitor. After I attached my monitor the whole thing first sagged, and then slid off the edge of the desk. I had to purchase a different one that is much more sturdy and stable. 3An excellent VESA mount. I bought this for the new 34inch LG ultra wide monitor I bought. This monitor weighs 21lbs and this stand has no problem with it. The mount is pretty heavy so you know they didn't get skimpy with materials. Its well built and looks good as well. I have no complaints about this unit. 5Works great on a DIY pedestal I made a pedestal for my mount out of 2 X 4 stock ripped to 3 inches wide. See the photo. The height of the pedestal is 20 inches. It's just right for working from a comfortable chair. I assembled it with carpenter glue and drywall screws and gave it a coat of polyurethane varnish. I used some beefy sheet metal screws to attach the mount to the pedestal. It works great. 5
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