Desk mount for 15"-27" monitor Articulating, tilting, height adjustable and rotating Bracket £19.98 from domu.co.uk
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Desk mount for 15"-27" monitor Articulating, tilting, height adjustable and rotating Bracket £19.98 from domu.co.uk

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Found 9th Apr 2014
Desktop bracket to mount monitors with standard vesa dimensions of 75x75 or 100x100.

Max 20Kg.

Also twin and triple desktop monitor mounts available for £25 and £30 respectively ( including delivery ).

32 Comments

Tempting...wish I was at home to check my desk had an edge at the back which would support this. It ought to...

Damn - finger slipped - triple mount on the way to me now

Stuff it, distance selling regulations mean I can always send it back. Plus you can pay by paypal

Now I wish I didn't have a glass desk.....

mrew42

Now I wish I didn't have a glass desk.....



something like this would help you

andythornton.com/en-…mps

discobob

something like this would help … something like this would help youhttp://www.andythornton.com/en-UK/products/metalwork/stainless-steel-glass-clamps



Mmm, thanks for that.

discobob

something like this would help … something like this would help youhttp://www.andythornton.com/en-UK/products/metalwork/stainless-steel-glass-clamps



Oooo.. I wouldn't trust that with the weight of a 27" effectively cantilever along the edge.
I have a bad mental image of a tile nibbler..
I'd probably knock it and end up with a notch cut along the edge of my desk with my 27" heading to the floor
(most likely though the remainder rest of my desk)

Good deal though - I already have the one from Amazon posted a few weeks ago and was after another.

I know what you mean Edin - would need to be a large clamp - not something small that is used as a hinge etc

or maybe fix something to the wall behind the glass desk for this to then clamp onto??

Some seriously cheap stuff on sale at Domu. Anyone tried them before?

Damnit, no vesa mounts on my new monitors :'( and glass desks at work otherwise we'd buy a few.

Fantastic price and find though. Have some heat.

These are also available for a couple of quid extra from Amazon for those who don't like spreading their details around.

Some of the other VonHaus brackets for 2/3 monitors have abysmal reviews, but I think this one looks pretty safe.

Personally, I am looking for something sturdy to support a triple monitor setup and it doesn't look like these will do the job

Was looking at these earlier in the week but ended up going for Duronic ones from Amazon.

Just what i needed thanks op

Is the clamp soft/rubbery? I worry it would dig into a wooden desk and damage it.

These sort of stands are only good on solid wood desks, anything else (eg. MDF or Glass) will result in tears. I bought 3 single ones (from else where) for a 3 monitor set up they were OK at best but wobbled around a lot even on a solid walnut desk in the end I just bought this: scan.co.uk/pro…m-a

Hot, because of the dual screen mount being the same price

i got dual mount of these from amazon they included a plastic clamp that seems others didn't get originally to stop the screens sliding down the pipe, I have no complaints with the mount other then the desk cable tidy hooks all needed the plastic holes boring out and then after that 1 of the holes has been tapped to big and the screw didn't stay inside so I had to glue it in...

For goodness sake, just bought a monitor stand. Having said that, this one doesn't appear to have a freely adjustable height either.

I don't like the Von Haus stands. I have this Lavolta triple and it's very sturdy

- Arm-hinges are broad and are well up to the job
- Desk-clamp has two bolts to spread the weight (one is OK for single screen but more means extra leverage make it loose over time)
- Height-clamp is also very strong with plenty of surface area to grip with

Complaints I've read about these stands are always non-existent on the one I have.

For £20, if you're basically gonna clamp it and leave it there, I'm sure this one will be fine but I tend to move my screens occasionally and I don't believe it would stand up well.

discobob

something like this would help … something like this would help youhttp://www.andythornton.com/en-UK/products/metalwork/stainless-steel-glass-clamps



You see those hanging heavy reinforced glass panes on steel rails at the sides of walkways in shopping centres and offices etc...

They're not really for clamping stuff to a glass desk. Not saying don't use your engineering know-how to make it work but like EdinSimon said - tile nibbler...

In the end I got the triple from Amazon @ £18.99 (cheaper than the double, and you can remove the third arm as required) - postage is same £4.99 at Amazon or from Domu.
If you're worried about the desk supporting the clamp then consider a thin flat metal plate between the clamp and the desk to spread the load.

bil534

Hot, because of the dual screen mount being the same price




except its not

wide

You see those hanging heavy reinforced glass panes on steel rails at the … You see those hanging heavy reinforced glass panes on steel rails at the sides of walkways in shopping centres and offices etc... They're not really for clamping stuff to a glass desk. Not saying don't use your engineering know-how to make it work but like EdinSimon said - tile nibbler...



and as you can see - I agreed with a follow up post - if doing something like that it would need to be bigger because of the nibbling effect - or applying stresses within a small area would cause the glass to break.

I have this one, very happy with it.

The reviews of this brand on amazon should be taken in to account, theirs lots of counts of them snapping at the base and monitors crashing to the floor (Amazon link for three arm model)

discobob

and as you can see - I agreed with a follow up post - if doing something … and as you can see - I agreed with a follow up post - if doing something like that it would need to be bigger because of the nibbling effect - or applying stresses within a small area would cause the glass to break.



Yes I did read that. Maybe I should have said a glass desk is not for clamping too rather than this clamp isn't for clamping to a glass desk. If you have a desk made of serious reinforced glass that's literally made for it, whoever made the desk could engineer a clamping system. Sounds like glass deskies need wall mounts.

Matty1255

These sort of stands are only good on solid wood desks, anything else … These sort of stands are only good on solid wood desks, anything else (eg. MDF or Glass) will result in tears. I bought 3 single ones (from else where) for a 3 monitor set up they were OK at best but wobbled around a lot even on a solid walnut desk in the end I just bought this: http://www.scan.co.uk/products/scanfx-ts734a-triple-monitor-stand-for-15-24-monitors-with-height-tilt-pivot-and-swivel-vesa-100mm-a

No issue if you sandwich in a thick piece (or two) of metal/plastic/hardwood where the clamp goes.

wide

Yes I did read that. Maybe I should have said a glass desk is not for … Yes I did read that. Maybe I should have said a glass desk is not for clamping too rather than this clamp isn't for clamping to a glass desk. If you have a desk made of serious reinforced glass that's literally made for it, whoever made the desk could engineer a clamping system. Sounds like glass deskies need wall mounts.

No issue if you sandwich in a thick piece (or two) of metal/plastic/hardwood where the clamp goes.

splender

No issue if you sandwich in a thick piece (or two) of … No issue if you sandwich in a thick piece (or two) of metal/plastic/hardwood where the clamp goes.



Agreed but ugly, given owner bought glass desk. Sounds like what I'd do. In fact my Lavolta has ply increasing footprint of clamp by an inch all round.

Just seen this for mounting under a cabinet above the desk.
Edited by: "wide" 9th Apr 2014

tfish

except its not



My bad, it's £19.99 indeed, which is a good price btw

Original Poster

or this
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-p2214h-22-hd-widescreen-led-ideal-for-aio-wallmount-tft-black-14v6r-65-94-itcsales-1875306

hishy

Might go well with … Might go well with this?http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-p2214h-22-inch-widescreen-monitor-no-stand-nrg-66-00-1869058.


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