Dual Arm Monitor Bracket £14.99 + £1.99 Delivery @ Shop4World
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Dual Arm Monitor Bracket £14.99 + £1.99 Delivery @ Shop4World

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Expires on 16/10/2019Posted 2nd Oct
Great price again, and a nice solution if you have a dual monitor setup. Will help clear up space on your desk and give it a cleaner look

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Our Double bracket monitor stand is the ideal solution for your office, home or studio. Holding 2 monitors at any angle makes your working environment a comfortable and enjoyable space. Using 2 monitors has a huge increase in your productivity and efficiency. Our bracket provides the perfect solution to having a comfortable viewing position for both monitors. The included cable management hides any unwanted cables or wires leading from the monitors, making the stand sleek and minimalist, creating more space on your desk. The easy to follow instructions make installation of the double monitor bracket simple and easy. All necessary tools and hardware is included in the box.


Material: Cold Steel

Bracket pole size:45cm

Tilt: 180° (±90°)

Rotate: 360° (±180°)

Swivel: 180° (±90°)

VESA: 75×75/100×100mm

Suit for screen size: 13-27"

Max Load: 9kg per arm

Arm Extension: 38.5cm per arm

Height: 45cm

Table Thickness: 10cm

English Manual: Yes

Cable management including Yes
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Well, these monitor stands clearly aren't made by Apple. Cold, because they don't cost £1,000

Cue fanboys....
Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" monitors set up no problem.
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Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" monitors set up no problem.
Chippy802/10/2019 13:44

Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" …Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" monitors set up no problem.



@Chippy8 Are the screws to mount the monitor included? Also, is the desk bracket solid?
Would you mind posting a pic please?

Thank you.
Edited by: "vbnmu" 2nd Oct
vbnmu02/10/2019 14:39

@Chippy8 Are the screws to mount the monitor included? Also, is the desk …@Chippy8 Are the screws to mount the monitor included? Also, is the desk bracket solid?Would you mind posting a pic please?Thank you.


At work so no picture I'm afraid. No the screws are not supplied, I just used the ones from the monitor stands. The cramp on bracket was solid enough for my two monitors.
Well, these monitor stands clearly aren't made by Apple. Cold, because they don't cost £1,000

Cue fanboys....
Chippy802/10/2019 14:55

At work so no picture I'm afraid. No the screws are not supplied, I just …At work so no picture I'm afraid. No the screws are not supplied, I just used the ones from the monitor stands. The cramp on bracket was solid enough for my two monitors.



That's right, I could use the screws that came with the stand! Since you've got bigger monitors, it will be fine for me.
I think i'll get one.

Thank you.
Was looking for one of these. Ordered. Thanks.
vbnmu02/10/2019 14:59

That's right, I could use the screws that came with the stand! Since …That's right, I could use the screws that came with the stand! Since you've got bigger monitors, it will be fine for me.I think i'll get one.Thank you.


Mine came with screws. 16 were supplied. 8 short. 8 long.
noscreen02/10/2019 18:00

Mine came with screws. 16 were supplied. 8 short. 8 long.


The same one, from shop4world?
vbnmu02/10/2019 19:30

The same one, from shop4world?


Yes, got mine when Neotrix posted the last deal. Theres a bag with 6 little pouches that comes with everything you need and more.
I've bought two of these in the past - one for myself and one for my dad. They're brilliant for the price. Some minor niggles: the right-hand tilt is a little loose on mine, and the top bolts on my dad's (which are supposed to screw in and prevent the monitors being lifted out) don't work as there's not enough exposed thread. I'm sure I could get them replaced but it doesn't seem worth the hassle as they don't impede the use.

You do have to loosen a bolt if you want to adjust the height (and tighten it again afterwards) unlike some more expensive models where you can raise and lower the monitors freely, but this doesn't bother me - it's a one-time operation as far as I'm concerned.
Great deal. Also worth noting that these are pretty flexible usage wise, you can attach extra arms later on and/or stick a laptop tray onto one of the VESA mounts.
Chippy802/10/2019 13:44

Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" …Bought one of these a few weeks ago and very pleased with it. Got two 27" monitors set up no problem.


Do you think it could handle a 28 inch and a 27 inch?
Hey, I have two 27inch monitors, but from different brands. Will the position of the vesa mount relative to the screen be the same on both monitors. So they will align up anyways even tho the stand can't have two different heights?
Benedict_Rodrigues04/10/2019 09:02

Hey, I have two 27inch monitors, but from different brands. Will the …Hey, I have two 27inch monitors, but from different brands. Will the position of the vesa mount relative to the screen be the same on both monitors. So they will align up anyways even tho the stand can't have two different heights?


Depends on the position of the holes on the back of the monitor. I have a Acer predator and a Asus rog monitor and one sits about 15mm higher than the other which does annoy me but thats my fault for not getting a matching pair !
Ordered on Wednesday afternoon and haven't recieved an email confirmation and its Friday morning but they've taken the money. Anyone else?
suraj_keshwala04/10/2019 08:36

Do you think it could handle a 28 inch and a 27 inch?


I think that will be on it's limit, it won't collapse but l do get a little sagg on the arms with two 27" monitors.
Looks wobbly unless your desk weighs a ton and can't move at all. I mounted mine to the wall just behind desk and that's made even more space
leaston02/10/2019 14:58

Well, these monitor stands clearly aren't made by Apple. Cold, because …Well, these monitor stands clearly aren't made by Apple. Cold, because they don't cost £1,000 Cue fanboys....


Ive never quite understood apple hatred. It really is a phenomenon
BuckRodgers66604/10/2019 12:45

Ive never quite understood apple hatred. It really is a phenomenon



I don't hate Apple. I put my money where my mouth is some time ago and bought an iPod and iPhone 7 Plus after being an Android fan since v1.5.

The iPod sounded ok with cheap headphones. Pairing it with reference headphones was a different matter. It was truly awful. It couldn't handle any music over 320k and I wanted to listen to lossless (FLAC). Both dealbreakers for me.

The iPhone 7 was outstanding as a mobile. Absolutely fab hardware, let down by the woeful iOS. What a horrible experience not to be able to arrange icons how I wanted, not to be able to put more than 30 seconds of a music track on my phone as a ringtone without jumping through a lot of ridiculous hoops to do so, not to be able to install an alternative launcher. I could go on all day here.

Android isn't perfect by any means, but for people who want freedom to use their own equipment as they wish to should steer clear of iOS products.

That Apple really did charge $999 for a monitor stand kind of says everything you need to know about that company
leaston04/10/2019 16:33

I don't hate Apple. I put my money where my mouth is some time ago and …I don't hate Apple. I put my money where my mouth is some time ago and bought an iPod and iPhone 7 Plus after being an Android fan since v1.5.The iPod sounded ok with cheap headphones. Pairing it with reference headphones was a different matter. It was truly awful. It couldn't handle any music over 320k and I wanted to listen to lossless (FLAC). Both dealbreakers for me.The iPhone 7 was outstanding as a mobile. Absolutely fab hardware, let down by the woeful iOS. What a horrible experience not to be able to arrange icons how I wanted, not to be able to put more than 30 seconds of a music track on my phone as a ringtone without jumping through a lot of ridiculous hoops to do so, not to be able to install an alternative launcher. I could go on all day here.Android isn't perfect by any means, but for people who want freedom to use their own equipment as they wish to should steer clear of iOS products.That Apple really did charge $999 for a monitor stand kind of says everything you need to know about that company


Yawn, and muted...
Edited by: "BuckRodgers666" 4th Oct
Caution if you've got a cheap desk. I had two 27" monitors on my IKEA Linnmon and it chewed right through the desk.
james904/10/2019 09:54

Looks wobbly unless your desk weighs a ton and can't move at all. I …Looks wobbly unless your desk weighs a ton and can't move at all. I mounted mine to the wall just behind desk and that's made even more space


It's surprisingly sturdy on both my cheap Argos desk and my dad's cheap IKEA desk. I like the idea of wall mounting, as I could do with the extra space, but this is much easier and less permanent so it works for me
Awesome spot OP!
I was looking to mount two 17's I picked up very cheaply - most dual arms were £25-100 2nd hand, if this the same construction as the Von Haus arms then they're very very solid (there is another lighter one but this rates each arm at 9kg of support, my single arms are rated for that and I'm running a 2006 era Dell 2405 on one and it does brilliantly).
In my experience monitor arms are a great investment: you recover a lot of desk space right in front of you, you can push the screen out of the way when you want some room and you can push it back and forth based on your focal length (what you're doing, how tired you are, if your vision is a bit strained, etc.). I push mine back for video and forward for something I'm working on (I can't sit up for very long due to an injury but without arms I'd find it much harder to use my systems).
So is this a ‘vesa’ mount?
CeeBee05/10/2019 11:38

Yes.


Thanks. I always get confused about which monitors are compatible. Unfortunately both of mine are not.
My God - I had a huge fright today, I ordered this thing yesterday and it turned up TODAY.... Just out of nowhere, I had to check to see if the sky was purple and I'd entered the Twilight Zone or something. Is delivery that fast even legal in the UK?
As for some questions above - yes it does seem to include the VESA mounting screws, if anyone wishes I can scan and attach the included manual that comes with it for assembly; just let me know.
The overall construction seems lighter than the Von Haus arms, they're very heavy and solid things - I haven't assembled it yet so I don't know how sturdy it is or will be (I have to move my other arms around a lot which is going to take AGES as I have a back injury that makes this really hard to do).
Let me know if any questions you have below.
I have these at work for dual 23" monitors. Not good for that monitor size if the desk is against the wall as the monitors will end up 2 foot or so from the wall to get them side by side. Depends on how you like to have them. Not a problem for me as our desks are back to back and they don't interfere if positioned correctly.

Only annoyance is they don't come with the allen key required to tighten or loosen the arm joints. Some were too stiff to adjust.
Edited by: "JoeyJoeC" 5th Oct
JoeyJoeC05/10/2019 22:22

I have these at work for dual 23" monitors. Not good for that monitor size …I have these at work for dual 23" monitors. Not good for that monitor size if the desk is against the wall as the monitors will end up 2 foot or so from the wall to get them side by side. Depends on how you like to have them. Not a problem for me as our desks are back to back and they don't interfere if positioned correctly. Only annoyance is they don't come with the allen key required to tighten or loosen the arm joints. Some were too stiff to adjust.


I just put one together and the middle of the 3 allen keys does the arm joints.
Arrived and set up. Seems great!



jamesdew07/10/2019 13:56

Arrived and set up. Seems great![Image] [Image]


Looking good, how much space u need behind these ?
DealDog07/10/2019 16:19

Looking good, how much space u need behind these ?


I measure that one arm segment, both joiner brackets (the one on the pole angled to the wall and the elbow joint pointing to the wall) plus one arm length is about 22-25cm. So thinking in terms of maximum distance from pole to wall that's the most likely distance you'd need to cater for (if you want to be able to fold the arm into a contracted position and angle it against the wall). With large screens on there of course much of that arm length is consumed with reaching out the width of the screen unless you have them vertically set up. I have two 17" screeens on there so they're close together and I have only 14cm from wall to post so I'm getting a little bump but it's not a problem for me the way I have the screens set up and their intended purpose.
Overall I'd probably bargain for 22-25 to be safe, if you're pulling them forward more or spreading them out then this won't become a problem though.
davocc08/10/2019 09:27

I measure that one arm segment, both joiner brackets (the one on the pole …I measure that one arm segment, both joiner brackets (the one on the pole angled to the wall and the elbow joint pointing to the wall) plus one arm length is about 22-25cm. So thinking in terms of maximum distance from pole to wall that's the most likely distance you'd need to cater for (if you want to be able to fold the arm into a contracted position and angle it against the wall). With large screens on there of course much of that arm length is consumed with reaching out the width of the screen unless you have them vertically set up. I have two 17" screeens on there so they're close together and I have only 14cm from wall to post so I'm getting a little bump but it's not a problem for me the way I have the screens set up and their intended purpose.Overall I'd probably bargain for 22-25 to be safe, if you're pulling them forward more or spreading them out then this won't become a problem though.

Thanks for the info

I placed order
davocc06/10/2019 16:00

I just put one together and the middle of the 3 allen keys does the arm …I just put one together and the middle of the 3 allen keys does the arm joints.


The two we bought only came with 2 keys
JoeyJoeC08/10/2019 14:34

The two we bought only came with 2 keys


That's odd - mine had three keys and it was mentioned in the manual, I'm wondering if there's some kind of product variation? I'd recommend contacting them to see if you can get them sent as missing spares.
FWIW I looked through their site - they seem to have quite high margins on a lot of their goods (the main exception I found was this monitor arm actually) and I think they're running with a low operational overhead which was why they got the unit to me in under 24 hours.
I suspect they'd be willing to provide the missing parts, I had to use the middle key to tie up the vertical tilt as my screens were drooping so you do very much need it.
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