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1home Full Motion Height Adjustable Ergonomic Dual Arms Mount Stand for 13"-27" Monitors £32 Sold by bracketsales123 and Fulfilled by Amazon
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1home Full Motion Height Adjustable Ergonomic Dual Arms Mount Stand for 13"-27" Monitors £32 Sold by bracketsales123 and Fulfilled by Amazon

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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1home DUAL monitor stand. Brilliant price for a stand that actually has arms, which provide full flexibility, unlike other stationary stands at this price range. Normally £39.99, 20% (hefty voucher) off at checkout, making it £32.
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Been using a similar style (amazon.co.uk/gp/…8XB) for over a year now. They've worked really well.

Heat from me.
mackashworth27/12/2019 16:18

Been using a similar style …Been using a similar style (https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07DJPX8XB) for over a year now. They've worked really well. Heat from me.


Yeah I just recieved this today. Going to order a 4k monitor that I found really cheap (check my profile) and pair it with my 240hz monitor. Definitely looking forward to it.
FreddyFazsex27/12/2019 16:28

Yeah I just recieved this today. Going to order a 4k monitor that I found …Yeah I just recieved this today. Going to order a 4k monitor that I found really cheap (check my profile) and pair it with my 240hz monitor. Definitely looking forward to it.


Which 240hz do you have?
IWANTBLUE28/12/2019 10:58

Which 240hz do you have?


I got this acer monitor: Acer KG251QDbmiipx 24.5 Inch FHD Gaming Monitor, Black/Red (TN Panel, FreeSync, 240 Hz, 1ms, ZeroFrame, DP, HDMI) amazon.co.uk/dp/…E59 few months ago it was down to £220. Right now it’s £250 which isn’t bad at all for 240hz.
Be aware that this stand is only rated to hold monitors up to 6.5 kg (14.3 lbs) per arm.
No good if you have a Dell U2711 for example.
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