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Dual Arm Monitor Bracket M&W £16.54 Delivered (with new account code) @ Roov
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Dual Arm Monitor Bracket M&W £16.54 Delivered (with new account code) @ Roov

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Posted 10th May
Just noticed the dual arm monitor bracket is back in stock and using the new customer code ROOV20 it can be had delivered for £16.54


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Description

Our double arm monitor bracket 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. We've included all the fixings you need and easy to follow manual to make installation of the double monitor bracket simple and easy. All necessary tools and hardware is included in the box.

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Specification
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  • Size: Height - 45cm. 7.5cm x 7.5cm x 10cm (VESA). Arm Extension - 38.5cm
  • MateriaI: Steel
  • In the Box: 1 x Dual Arm Monitor Bracket, 1 x Manual, All Fixings Included
  • 2 Year Warranty

Hope it helps someone.
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Was about to pull the trigger on a £30 amazon one but held it off, however couldnt resist this!!!
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That seems a good price for a twin.
Was about to pull the trigger on a £30 amazon one but held it off, however couldnt resist this!!!
Make sure your desk is pretty sturdy when using this or it will leave a nice sag in the middle lol.. Learned the hard way
Edited by: "Josh_millen" 11th May
£18.24 for me says only free shipping over £49.
AnbuKakashi10/05/2020 23:49

£18.24 for me says only free shipping over £49.


Did you make a new account and tried with the code ROOV20 ?
matwalaboy10/05/2020 23:53

Did you make a new account and tried with the code ROOV20 ?


My bad phone typed ROOV10 and worked. Must have 10% off the site as well. Ordered.
I would love one of these but unfortunately my desk has nothing for it to grip to.

Shame all models with feet are out of stock...
These clamps are not the best! Youre better off buying one with an actual deskstand. Much safer and more stable.
Edited by: "bigbadwolves" 11th May
I have had this for around 14 months now , no problems with it at all, great piece of kit, solid and easy to fit
Ordered last time this deal was posted, easy to fit, no problems at all, would recommend.
bigbadwolves11/05/2020 00:31

These clamps are not the best! Youre better off buying one with an actual …These clamps are not the best! Youre better off buying one with an actual deskstand. Much safer and more stable.


Can u suggest one please
For some reason the link/site isn't working for me, it won't load. Can anyone tell me if this would take two 28" monitors? They are commonly up to 27". I also would like to know, if my desk is up against a wall is it possible to have the monitors both touching each other in the middle and also be as tight up against the wall as possible?
bigbadwolves11/05/2020 00:31

These clamps are not the best! Youre better off buying one with an actual …These clamps are not the best! Youre better off buying one with an actual deskstand. Much safer and more stable.


Agree, a lot of weight levering against a wee clamp. Mmmmm.
Rusty8211/05/2020 07:51

For some reason the link/site isn't working for me, it won't load. Can …For some reason the link/site isn't working for me, it won't load. Can anyone tell me if this would take two 28" monitors? They are commonly up to 27". I also would like to know, if my desk is up against a wall is it possible to have the monitors both touching each other in the middle and also be as tight up against the wall as possible?


Product DescriptionDual Arm Monitor Bracket | M&WWhen you’re trying to write a data report and look at the statistics all on one screen, it can feel like a hassle going tab to tab. The Maison & White Dual Arm Monitor Bracket provides you with a way to have the data on one screen and the report on the other meaning no switching tabs every two minutes. This double screen support bracket is universally compatible as it can hold screens from 13” to 27”, just be sure to check if your monitors have VESA compatibility before mounting. As the double arm monitor bracket is personally adjustable and can hold a wide range of monitors, you can be sure that it will increase the productivity of your work.
Edited by: "slider" 11th May
I got this the last time it was on offer. Extremely good for the price paid (about 16.50). Very sturdy and fairly easy to assemble/mount. Would definitely recommend. The seller is also good, shipping quickly and provided updates via email.
Hi there. Could anyone who owns one of these help with a quick question: what's the dimensions of the clamp itself? I've got an IKEA desk, which has a psu / wire shelf,with a space inbetween. I'm hoping the clamp may fit in the gap.
Can you spin monitor 90 degrees to portrait mode ?
TheUnknownStuntman11/05/2020 13:23

Hi there. Could anyone who owns one of these help with a quick question: …Hi there. Could anyone who owns one of these help with a quick question: what's the dimensions of the clamp itself? I've got an IKEA desk, which has a psu / wire shelf,with a space inbetween. I'm hoping the clamp may fit in the gap.


It's about 95mm wide x 95mm height and can clamp up to 45mm I would say.
Bunnster11/05/2020 15:24

Can you spin monitor 90 degrees to portrait mode ?


I've not attempted it with mine but it looks like you can - just a word of warning though that the mounts slot into the bracket arms and as secured with a screw cap on top - one of the screw caps on my arm refused to screw in tight (I think it was a case of the thread being too large) so it just sits on top doing nothing.

I bought it from roov a few weeks ago for around £13-something with discount codes at the time and aside from the the screw top issue the dual arm does the job very well. I've a BenQ 2220HD and Asus 23.8" secured on each arm and it holds both screens perfectly.
Got an identical one on ebay for about 17 a few days ago. They are surprisingly strong stands. I'd recomend
Poch11/05/2020 15:30

It's about 95mm wide x 95mm height and can clamp up to 45mm I would say.


Thanks for the reply. Much appreciated
Edited by: "TheUnknownStuntman" 11th May
Is just bought near identical one from Amazon under the vonhaus brand.

It is rated upto 27", but sags with 24.5" zowie monitor, which are pretty light.

Mounting, you should be able to use the screws that come our the stand, or there is a pack of different size screws included.

On the malm Ike desk, I had to remove the cable tidy as the clamp would fit, and it will need an additional leg if using an IKEA table/kitchen top setup, it puts a lot of weight onto a single point.

Can be mounted using the c clamp, or a hole can be drilled and it can be held through that.
I ordered one of these to try and reduce the monitor footprint on the desk, I'm running dual 23"s. I do find that the right hand arm has a bit more play in it compared to the LH one and also the bracket on this side has more play in it (you can move it so sits a little lower. You can rotate the screens to portrait aspect if you so wish too.

For the money these are I am fine with these minor flaws in what is a pretty strong and sturdy product.
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Here's my setup using the Mason & White dual long arm bracket from roov - the screws that came with the mounting brackets were fine for my screens. Someone had mentioned on a previous thread that the screws is came with were poor but they're perfectly serviceable.
Edited by: "Poch" 11th May
Thanks, ordered. Not sure if the clamp/bracket will fit my desk though...
I wonder if I can cut the clamp bracket off and somehow secure the pole to the wall. It's hard to find wall mounted ones with an adjustable height.
I just fitted a desk mount for a 34 wide-screen. I would recommend drilling through desk, and mounting from the bottom up, not clasp at the rear for that extra security.
I even reinforced the bottom of my desk just to be sure
Anyone know the weight these can take? Can't find it in the description. Thanks
40714867-E9FpX.jpgI have a few of these new boxed.. is there a section on here that allows selling. Doing them real cheap, fraction of the cost!
F31SAL11/05/2020 19:02

[Image] I have a few of these new boxed.. is there a section on here that …[Image] I have a few of these new boxed.. is there a section on here that allows selling. Doing them real cheap, fraction of the cost!


How did you end up with so many of them?
Does anyone know how wide the bracket unscrews so it can clamp to the back of the desk?
A friend works at a company, they sell off surplus stuff which was over ordered.
Have about 5.
Edited by: "F31SAL" 11th May
F31SAL11/05/2020 19:26

A friend works at a company, they sell off surplus stuff which was over …A friend works at a company, they sell off surplus stuff which was over ordered.Have about 5.


I'm looking for one. How much wihh delivery to Manchester?
Great find. ORDERED.
KotaMu11/05/2020 19:29

I'm looking for one. How much wihh delivery to Manchester?


£30 Inclusive of Post.

I have them listed on Shpock. If you can find the listing. Otherwise send me pm , can deliver with Hermes for £30.
Edited by: "F31SAL" 11th May
F31SAL11/05/2020 19:37

£30 Inclusive of Post.I have them listed on Shpock. If you can find the …£30 Inclusive of Post.I have them listed on Shpock. If you can find the listing. Otherwise send me pm , can deliver with Hermes for £30.


OK thanks
Poch11/05/2020 15:34

I've not attempted it with mine but it looks like you can - just a word of …I've not attempted it with mine but it looks like you can - just a word of warning though that the mounts slot into the bracket arms and as secured with a screw cap on top - one of the screw caps on my arm refused to screw in tight (I think it was a case of the thread being too large) so it just sits on top doing nothing.


You can actually unscrew the lower threaded portion to make it higher so it reaches the top nut, you can see the extra thread below, it's a bit weird.
Edited by: "Gareth79" 11th May
What's the max monitor screen this can hold? I have 2x 32 inch monitors
I might get one and put it aside for when i eventually get a better desk.
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