Duronic DM352 Double Twin LCD LED Desk Mount Arm Monitor Stand Bracket with Tilt and Swivel (Tilt ±15°|Swivel 180°|Rotate 360°) £29.99 + £5.89 del @ Duronic/Amazon
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Duronic DM352 Double Twin LCD LED Desk Mount Arm Monitor Stand Bracket with Tilt and Swivel (Tilt ±15°|Swivel 180°|Rotate 360°) £29.99 + £5.89 del @ Duronic/Amazon

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Found 16th Jul 2015
The Duronic DM352 is a desktop mount for 2 monitor or a TV.

The DMS35 has fully adjustable double arms which gives great flexibility in positioning your monitor. Please see movement image for full clarification

This stand is suitable for types of TV's and monitors of size 13" to 27"(Please see size data image to establish if this stand will fit your Monitor.

Please measure the width of your monitor against width our data) VESA 100 or VESA 75 mounting holes (the horizontal and vertical distances of the holes at the back of the TV must be 10 or 7.5cm)

This stand will allow you to move the arms up or down and swivel right and left 360°, you can also turn the montior around. Changing positions are very easy to do and do not required any further tools.

Extra strong clamp installed on the unit to provide excellent and secure stability. The stand will allow you to put on a monitor of weight up to 8kg. Standard monitor accessories included.

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Great value mounts. Have about 30 of these in work. You have to add p&p to the price £5.89 though.

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rascalchops

Great value mounts. Have about 30 of these in work. You have to add p&p … Great value mounts. Have about 30 of these in work. You have to add p&p to the price £5.89 though.


Done that, thanks.

Was looking at these the other day. Seems the same price from then.

I was wondering if you can use just one arm and put the other out of the way without it looking too untidy. I'm not in the market for a second monitor but it would be nice to have the option

scotia2

Was looking at these the other day. Seems the same price from then. I … Was looking at these the other day. Seems the same price from then. I was wondering if you can use just one arm and put the other out of the way without it looking too untidy. I'm not in the market for a second monitor but it would be nice to have the option


I have one of these at work and currently only one monitor. It's easy enough to hide the second one away. As long as you don't mind your monitor sitting a little out from the wall.

You can undo the arm using an allen key/hex key.

I'm not sure why this is posted as a deal- it's been the same price for the past 6 months straight and only once, briefly, been sold for more in the last 18 months

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This one is cheaper (well, same price but free postage), has similarly good reviews and seems somewhat simpler (less adjustable but fewer things to go wrong).
http://www.amazon.co.uk/MDM12D-Monitor-Stand-Swivel-Rotate/dp/B0047GF0QW
Anyone have any thoughts or experience?

Edited by: "simonspeakeasy" 28th Jul 2015

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simonspeakeasy

This one is cheaper (well, same price but free postage), has similarly … This one is cheaper (well, same price but free postage), has similarly good reviews and seems somewhat simpler (less adjustable but fewer things to go wrong).http://www.amazon.co.uk/MDM12D-Monitor-Stand-Swivel-Rotate/dp/B0047GF0QWAnyone have any thoughts or experience?



Yes there ok but very limited to what you can do. Suppose OK in a office environment. I use the one above (duronic) as a gaming monitor stand and tv/pc so generally moving the monitors about alot.
Edited by: "andybriggs03" 28th Jul 2015

As a heads up, these say they can hold a 27" but I use it with a 27" and a 24" and had to use duct tape to keep it up. Otherwise it just slides down the pole ever so slowly. For the price though I can't complain too much, considering that for a really good one you are looking at a hefty cost.

If only there was something like this with cantilever arms for my TV. Sigh. Stupid Sony TV isn't vesa compliant without the overpriced adapter that needs purchasing.

Have one of these really good well worth the price

andybriggs03

Yes there ok but very limited to what you can do. Suppose OK in a office … Yes there ok but very limited to what you can do. Suppose OK in a office environment. I use the one above (duronic) as a gaming monitor stand and tv/pc so generally moving the monitors about alot.


Thanks Andy

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simonspeakeasy

Thanks Andy


No problem -)

Gutted I have 2 28" monitors and the prices for a stand that size is redick

321321

Gutted I have 2 28" monitors and the prices for a stand that size is … Gutted I have 2 28" monitors and the prices for a stand that size is redick



Just buy the triple version of this bracket and chuck away the bits for the 3rd monitor. The longer arms on the triple version should handle your 2 28" monitors.
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