VonHaus Dual Monitor Mount for 13-32” Screens (VESA 75 & 100) £19.54 @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by DOMU UK.) Lightning Deal
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VonHaus Dual Monitor Mount for 13-32” Screens (VESA 75 & 100) £19.54 @ Amazon (Dispatched from and sold by DOMU UK.) Lightning Deal

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Found 19th Feb
Lightning deal just started @ £19.54 which is the cheapest it's been

Very good quality I have a couple of them & they're highly recommended
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My son has one of these. The build quality is very good. The downside is that the centre line for each VESA mount cannot be adjusted horizontally. No problem if you have two identical screens, but not so great with two different ones.
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I have a single mount like this, with the clamp. It's so inflexible and not adjustable, I can barely see the point of using it. It sits in it's box unused. There's a reason these are cheap in my opinion. They are next to useless for ergonomic purposes, they're only suitable for making your desk look slightly more posh.
MSK.3 m ago

I have a single mount like this, with the clamp. It's so inflexible and …I have a single mount like this, with the clamp. It's so inflexible and not adjustable, I can barely see the point of using it. It sits in it's box unused. There's a reason these are cheap in my opinion. They are next to useless for ergonomic purposes, they're only suitable for making your desk look slightly more posh.


I disagree as for me they're excellent. They give me a lot of extra desk space and with all screens adjusted to how I want them (angles and orientation). Guess it just depends what you want from them
these are superb! I bought this back in sepetember for £31.99 and wow, I cant believe i needed it! Only use the one arm atm (until i find a good deal on another 144hz montior ) but the flexibility in it is unreal and awesome. So I move my seat one side, I canmove the screen to match me. Want to sit up or show something to the other half, boom done! some super heat for this OP!
My son has one of these. The build quality is very good. The downside is that the centre line for each VESA mount cannot be adjusted horizontally. No problem if you have two identical screens, but not so great with two different ones.
Cheers man, i was looking for one today nearly bought a expensive one, this looks better at a decent price, apprecciate
Paid 29.99 for this end of January so very good price.
i_have_crabs3 h, 11 m ago

I disagree as for me they're excellent. They give me a lot of extra desk …I disagree as for me they're excellent. They give me a lot of extra desk space and with all screens adjusted to how I want them (angles and orientation). Guess it just depends what you want from them


They give you more room with limited desk space
MSK.3 h, 15 m ago

I have a single mount like this, with the clamp. It's so inflexible and …I have a single mount like this, with the clamp. It's so inflexible and not adjustable, I can barely see the point of using it. It sits in it's box unused. There's a reason these are cheap in my opinion. They are next to useless for ergonomic purposes, they're only suitable for making your desk look slightly more posh.


I think you're looking for a gas spring one or whatever they're called, easy to adjust but more expensive. These are meant to keep your monitors in one place and not take up any desk space.
I've got one for my 2 screens and am very pleased with it - very strong and well built piece of kit.

It was £19.99 + £5.99 postage from DOMU UK in Nov 2016 - so this deal with free postage is good.
Edited by: "Dave_dave69" 19th Feb
Joshimitsu9119th Feb

I think you're looking for a gas spring one or whatever they're called, …I think you're looking for a gas spring one or whatever they're called, easy to adjust but more expensive. These are meant to keep your monitors in one place and not take up any desk space.


Could well be, thanks for the suggestion. They look much better, much better range of movement.

I'd really like to go one stage further than not having to clamp the monitor the desk at all, because I prefer to use a keyboard on my lap. But I can't figure out how best to do that yet.

I'd love something that was the ultimate in flexibility, so I could point it at different chairs, swivel it or stand up. My body doesn't cope so well with being tethered to a desk. But I haven't really found anything that works like that, or anywhere to learn about such things. I'm sure someone must have done it though.
These are fabulous - I'm looking at one in front of me right now.
The price has now increased slightly to : £22.99
£22.99 all day long.
I have got something similar a couple of years back, it is excellent and frees up so much space:

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MSK.11 h, 18 m ago

Could well be, thanks for the suggestion. They look much better, much …Could well be, thanks for the suggestion. They look much better, much better range of movement.I'd really like to go one stage further than not having to clamp the monitor the desk at all, because I prefer to use a keyboard on my lap. But I can't figure out how best to do that yet. I'd love something that was the ultimate in flexibility, so I could point it at different chairs, swivel it or stand up. My body doesn't cope so well with being tethered to a desk. But I haven't really found anything that works like that, or anywhere to learn about such things. I'm sure someone must have done it though.


I'm not sure about all that Personally I'm at the desk all day so I'm currently using a sit/stand desk topper which my gas spring arm and monitor are mounted to. This means I can stand up for a bit with relatively little messing around. Those toppers are pretty expensive though (less so that a full sit/stand desk mind you).

I know there are other options for mounts e.g. ones that actually have a stand like a regular monitor, though I think those are meant to hold >1 monitor on one stand. Or I guess you could mount to the side edge of you desk then you would have some freedom to rotate the screen for example if you had a chair or sofa nearby to the desk.
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