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VONHAUS DOUBLE MONITOR DESK MOUNT STAND £26.99 delivered from Domu
VONHAUS DOUBLE MONITOR DESK MOUNT STAND  £26.99 delivered from Domu

VONHAUS DOUBLE MONITOR DESK MOUNT STAND £26.99 delivered from Domu

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Mount two screens sided by side . 13"-27" screens.
Holds monitor screens up to 8kgs / 17.6lbs each.
It fits most flat screen monitors with VESA dimensions of 75x75 or 100x100 .
VESA Dimension is the most important specification when considering the best mount for your screen - Please ensure your screen is compatible with this brackets MAX VESA by checking the manual or by measuring the distance between the 4 holes on the rear of the screen.
Features ±45° tilt and ±180° swivel functionality.
Adjusting the position of your screens is very simple and doesn’t require tools.
Freestanding design with weighted base for enhanced stability.
Comes complete with full instructions and fitting hardware for easy set up.
Free Extended 2 Year Warranty - Registration Required

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I got this one for £22.99 (23.99 now), very solid. Your site does have similar type... i wanted mine mounted through desk.

ebay.co.uk/itm…AIT

I bought one of these (below), as I prefer one with a desk clamp as it saves loads of space.

toyourhome.co.uk/tv-…tml


I have to say it is really good quality for the price, I tried to post the deal here a few months back but the mods said the merchant was not allowed. The seller also sells on eBay.

Needs merchant name in deal title

Original Poster

I do like the idea of mounting it to my desk. However my desk has a metal support underneath, so not sure whether it will be too big to clamp. Hence why I was looking at a stand one. Still I might get one and see whether it fits.

Slightly offtopic but anyone recommend a triple monitor mount?

rastbury

Slightly offtopic but anyone recommend a triple monitor mount?



For my triple set-up I went with a double and a single one as it was more stable.

http://oi66.tinypic.com/j7qhxt.jpg

allsa001

I do like the idea of mounting it to my desk. However my desk has a metal … I do like the idea of mounting it to my desk. However my desk has a metal support underneath, so not sure whether it will be too big to clamp. Hence why I was looking at a stand one. Still I might get one and see whether it fits.



The clamp on mine gives a possibility of 7 - 7.5 cm thickness if that helps. The clamps make a massive difference to the desk space.

http://oi67.tinypic.com/119yn92.jpg

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Gooner77

The clamp on mine gives a possibility of 7 - 7.5 cm thickness if that … The clamp on mine gives a possibility of 7 - 7.5 cm thickness if that helps. The clamps make a massive difference to the desk space.



That is really useful, I might go for that one in that case

I have this exact stand - I opted for it over the clamp version because I use a corner desk and the constuction of the table would not give enough room for clamps.

The base is huge! I'll try to remember to measure it in the morning, but the unit is sturdy and easily supports my 24" and 19" monitors. I would have preferred the rear of the base to be even heavier though, as it can get a bit iffy if you pull both arms too far forward - a slight touch would be enough to knock it over at that point, but that's an extreme use case and shouldn't bother most people, it doesn't bother me :P

Overall a good purchase if you want a dual stand, just be wary of the size of the base, I near had a fit! Thankfully due to the corner set up, it isn't a big issue but the clamp would have been my first choice if I had the option/had a standard desk without panels.

If you'd like to see a photo of the setup, let me know..
Edited by: "DragonChris" 19th Aug 2016

DragonChris

I have this exact stand - I opted for it over the clamp version because I … I have this exact stand - I opted for it over the clamp version because I use a corner desk and the constuction of the table would not give enough room for clamps.The base is huge! I'll try to remember to measure it in the morning, but the unit is sturdy and easily supports my 24" and 19" monitors. I would have preferred the rear of the base to be even heavier though, as it can get a bit iffy if you pull both arms too far forward - a slight touch would be enough to knock it over at that point, but that's an extreme use case and shouldn't bother most people, it doesn't bother me :POverall a good purchase if you want a dual stand, just be wary of the size of the base, I near had a fit! Thankfully due to the corner set up, it isn't a big issue but the clamp would have been my first choice if I had the option/had a standard desk without panels.If you'd like to see a photo of the setup, let me know..



​I would like to see a photo please

Original Poster

I would like to see a photo also

I ordered this last week from amazon and it is a great stand very sturdy, yes the base is a little large but I would rather have that than it fall over when you add the screens! Mine is fitted with two 23" screens and to get the screens side by side I removed one of the rivet bars on one arm and now it looks brilliant

rastbury

Slightly offtopic but anyone recommend a triple monitor mount?


Look for duronic on amazon. Worth every penny. Amazingly well built and excellent value

Any recommendations for a 34 inch ultrawide stand?

I have this one from Amazon marketplace seller Duronic:

amazon.co.uk/Dur…EI/

Holds 2x 24" Dell monitors with clamp
Not had it long enough to comment on longevity but initially impressions are positive
I paid £30.93 (£24.99 + £5.94 delivery)

DragonChris

I have this exact stand - I opted for it over the clamp version because … I have this exact stand - I opted for it over the clamp version because I use a corner desk and the constuction of the table would not give enough room for clamps.The base is huge! I'll try to remember to measure it in the morning, but the unit is sturdy and easily supports my 24" and 19" monitors. I would have preferred the rear of the base to be even heavier though, as it can get a bit iffy if you pull both arms too far forward - a slight touch would be enough to knock it over at that point, but that's an extreme use case and shouldn't bother most people, it doesn't bother me :POverall a good purchase if you want a dual stand, just be wary of the size of the base, I near had a fit! Thankfully due to the corner set up, it isn't a big issue but the clamp would have been my first choice if I had the option/had a standard desk without panels.If you'd like to see a photo of the setup, let me know..

allsa001

I would like to see a photo also





Photo and measurements incoming

Here you go

http://imgur.com/a/BN1oe

The base is approx 42 cm wide and 33 deep at it's longest points, so if you have a 60 cm deep desk, be warned!

http://i.imgur.com/sjPDgZq.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/ICrzTmw.jpg

http://i.imgur.com/d0a974t.jpg

If you want any other info, let me know


Edited by: "DragonChris" 21st Aug 2016

DragonChris

Photo and measurements incoming



Thanks for that Chris, I like it, looks really stable

jjustyy

Thanks for that Chris, I like it, looks really stable



NP! Yeah it is good and stable, heavy enough that I wouldn't hesitate to put two larger monitors on it - my left monitor is older and heavier, modern monitors are much lighter! As long as you don't pull the arms right out in front, the weight isn't an issue.

Again, just be wary of the size of the base plate, depending on the dimensions of your desk

Thanks. 4% on quidco too, making it £25.91.

so how is domu.co.uk on reliability & delivery etc then?
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