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Invision PC Monitor Arm (Gas Powered) 17–27” Screens Adjustable Tilt Swivel VESA 75mm & 100mm £23.79 Sold by Invision Technology & FBA
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Invision PC Monitor Arm (Gas Powered) 17–27” Screens Adjustable Tilt Swivel VESA 75mm & 100mm £23.79 Sold by Invision Technology & FBA

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Invision PC Monitor Arm (Gas Powered) 17–27” Screens Adjustable Tilt Swivel VESA 75mm & 100mm £23.79 Sold by Invision Technology & FBA
Posted 28th Sep 2020

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Gotta chime in. Top class product.

And in another thread someone mentions that it didn't come with the right length screws for the electriQ 75hz 1440p monitor, and it did, people. It did come with the right screws. And it just hovers there on my desk. No matter how much I swing it around. It hovers. Above the desk.

Sometimes I feel like I'm in that Minority Report office.
I have a couple of these, both used with 27” monitors, and they are great. Extremely good value for money, and very solidly built. I have one of mine fixed on the bracket which just clamps to the rear edge of the desk, whereas the other one is fitted to a desk using a hole drilled into the desk. The product comes with both mounting options included in the package. Fitting the cables through the arm is quite fiddly, but you don’t have to feed the cables through the arm at all. One other thing is that, depending on how high you want your monitor to sit, the desk mounting element is NOT always underneath the dead centre of the monitor. So if you’re planning to drill a hole in your desk, I’d suggest that you try it first using the fixings to clamp it to the rear of your desk, otherwise you may end up with an additional unwanted hole!
One of my 27” monitors was heavier than the other, and caused the monitor to sag/tilt forwards, but you can prevent this by tightening some allen key screws.
I also have a TV wall mount from the same company, and it is similarly solidly built.
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Excellent, well built monitor arm. Bought mine over a year ago. Definitely good value for the money.
What's the difference between this and a traditional non-gas powered one?

Any reason why it wouldn't support a 31.5" monitor that weighs less than 6.5kg?
Very good price
Though this would be a good buy after month of great monitor deals.
Thanks.. ordered. Looking to pair this with Lenovo L28u-30 28" monitor. Anyone know if this will fit? It's over the stated screen size but within the weight limit
Edited by: "meinnit" 28th Sep
In one of the questions and answers on the product page someone has said they are using it with their 34" Samsung Ultrawide so surely it has to be fine for anything under
I want to buy 2 but it only gives the discount on 1 ?
Thank you! ordered
meinnit28/09/2020 11:59

Thanks.. ordered. Looking to pair this with Lenovo L28u-30 28" monitor. …Thanks.. ordered. Looking to pair this with Lenovo L28u-30 28" monitor. Anyone know if this will fit? It's over the stated screen size but within the weight limit


Fits perfectly, and with full adjustability. I think the weight not the size is what's relevant.
Ulti28/09/2020 11:28

What's the difference between this and a traditional non-gas powered …What's the difference between this and a traditional non-gas powered one?Any reason why it wouldn't support a 31.5" monitor that weighs less than 6.5kg?


How easy it is to adjust basically. If you are going to set your monitor in a specific way and never change it there won't be much difference.
fatty78628/09/2020 12:27

I want to buy 2 but it only gives the discount on 1 ?


might be worth making 2 separate purchases if that's possible
I have a couple of these, both used with 27” monitors, and they are great. Extremely good value for money, and very solidly built. I have one of mine fixed on the bracket which just clamps to the rear edge of the desk, whereas the other one is fitted to a desk using a hole drilled into the desk. The product comes with both mounting options included in the package. Fitting the cables through the arm is quite fiddly, but you don’t have to feed the cables through the arm at all. One other thing is that, depending on how high you want your monitor to sit, the desk mounting element is NOT always underneath the dead centre of the monitor. So if you’re planning to drill a hole in your desk, I’d suggest that you try it first using the fixings to clamp it to the rear of your desk, otherwise you may end up with an additional unwanted hole!
One of my 27” monitors was heavier than the other, and caused the monitor to sag/tilt forwards, but you can prevent this by tightening some allen key screws.
I also have a TV wall mount from the same company, and it is similarly solidly built.
I have been using this since the start of lockdown, and looking at all the tech crapola I have bought - to make working for home easier - this has to be the best purchase.
Gotta chime in. Top class product.

And in another thread someone mentions that it didn't come with the right length screws for the electriQ 75hz 1440p monitor, and it did, people. It did come with the right screws. And it just hovers there on my desk. No matter how much I swing it around. It hovers. Above the desk.

Sometimes I feel like I'm in that Minority Report office.
kitana828/09/2020 14:18

might be worth making 2 separate purchases if that's possible


I have tried to place 2nd order but the discount option is not there now
meinnit28/09/2020 11:59

Thanks.. ordered. Looking to pair this with Lenovo L28u-30 28" monitor. …Thanks.. ordered. Looking to pair this with Lenovo L28u-30 28" monitor. Anyone know if this will fit? It's over the stated screen size but within the weight limit


If it's within the weight limit it's fine, the only reason there's a size limit is because it has a rotate function. Can't get the stand high enough to rotate 90 degrees if your screen is too wide or it will hit the desk. Obviously if rotating is not an issue then this is fine.
Edited by: "johnsquire334" 28th Sep
Can anyone tell me what the height of the clamp is? I have an adjustable platform for standing/sitting at my desk, and I want to know whether I the clamp will still fit when the platform is down for sitting.
What does it mean by gas powered?

2 farts for up and 1 for down or what?
Thanks for posting this deal,have bought it.Thanks to the others for recommending it too.
Got one too thanks .
Thanks OP

Just bought this for my Lenovo L28u-30 (arriving tomorrow ) that comes with some throwaway stand for some reason

If anyone knows what gas powered means, would love to know...
Got one, would have loved to have two at that price for when i decide on a second monitor. Sadly, I don't think there is a way to use the voucher twice (that I have found anyway).
Paid £14.49 for mine just under a year ago. Incredible arm, amazing quality for the price.

Made my desk so much neater by taking up so little space compared to a stand.

Can't recommend enough!
Edited by: "ToxicHazard" 28th Sep
shmuli928/09/2020 21:07

Thanks OPJust bought this for my Lenovo L28u-30 (arriving tomorrow …Thanks OPJust bought this for my Lenovo L28u-30 (arriving tomorrow ) that comes with some throwaway stand for some reasonIf anyone knows what gas powered means, would love to know...


I would assume that it contains gas struts (like the ones that help raise a car boot when you open it) to make adjustment easier?
Ordered. Thanks
I wonder if it will support the weight of an Acer Z35P 9.4Kg with that or need to go to its big brother amazon.co.uk/dp/B08B8X4KBV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_1gUCFb0K8J6FR

I know it says 6.5Kg max where the other one says up to 12Kg but they seem similarly built. Probably won't chance it unless someone shares a success story.
Edited by: "nicmart" 29th Sep
nicmart29/09/2020 08:30

I wonder if it will support the weight of an Acer Z35P 9.4Kg with that or …I wonder if it will support the weight of an Acer Z35P 9.4Kg with that or need to go to its big brother amazon.co.uk/dp/B08B8X4KBV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_1gUCFb0K8J6FRI know it says 6.5Kg max where the other one says up to 12Kg but they seem similarly built. Probably won't chance it unless someone shares a success story.


I would not risk it as it excesses the limit too much, if sudden failure cause monitor drops, it would cause a lot more right?

There is another brand offer 9KG version which only cost less than 40, worth to check it out?
Edited by: "Blueberry_Aniseed" 29th Sep
I bought this a few months back. Excellent, sturdy product. Highly recommend

Ps currently using this to support a Lenovo Q24i-10 Monitor.
Edited by: "daddyjigga" 29th Sep
Gas powered? Unfortunately I don't have a gas supply near my desk, so I guess I'll have to get one that you move by hand.
Dodge6229/09/2020 13:05

Gas powered? Unfortunately I don't have a gas supply near my desk, so I …Gas powered? Unfortunately I don't have a gas supply near my desk, so I guess I'll have to get one that you move by hand.


Lol,

Assuming its not a joke, it has a gas strut which you can adjust to balance the weight of the monitor so some of the adjustments can be made without needing to loosen and tighten screws.
Just bought a twin arm stand and to be honest wished I had gotten two singles as can't quite adjust the twin arm one how I like it and at this price it would have almost cost the same.
Ulti28/09/2020 11:28

What's the difference between this and a traditional non-gas powered …What's the difference between this and a traditional non-gas powered one?Any reason why it wouldn't support a 31.5" monitor that weighs less than 6.5kg?


The reason for the lower limit is probably because that is the minimum the gas strut can be adjusted to. Any less weight and you may find the arm doesn't stay in position so you may need to add a bit of weight to keep it stable.
Dodge6229/09/2020 13:05

Gas powered? Unfortunately I don't have a gas supply near my desk, so I …Gas powered? Unfortunately I don't have a gas supply near my desk, so I guess I'll have to get one that you move by hand.


Yeah, I figured, sorry. I was just amused by the phrase "gas powered".
Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm?

I find when using a webcam that the camera is too high so would like to bring my monitor down to almost be touching the desk when on a call.
rakesh8429/09/2020 14:28

Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find …Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find when using a webcam that the camera is too high so would like to bring my monitor down to almost be touching the desk when on a call.


It'll touch the desk
Looks pretty good! Thanks for sharing @Blueberry_Aniseed
rakesh8429/09/2020 14:28

Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find …Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find when using a webcam that the camera is too high so would like to bring my monitor down to almost be touching the desk when on a call.


My 27' can sit on the desktop.
rakesh8429/09/2020 14:28

Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find …Does anyone know how low the monitor can be placed using this arm? I find when using a webcam that the camera is too high so would like to bring my monitor down to almost be touching the desk when on a call.


Can confirm, you can have it as low or high as you want
Mines been sat in its box doing nothing for a year... you need a big desk for this.. and your desk can't really be up against a wall.
Smm006/10/2020 11:44

Mines been sat in its box doing nothing for a year... you need a big desk …Mines been sat in its box doing nothing for a year... you need a big desk for this.. and your desk can't really be up against a wall.


My desk is 120cm*60cm and is pushed right against the wall:

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