• MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Stand Desk Clamp Holds Up to 24-Inch LCD Monitors, Yellow (LCD-194Y)
  • MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Stand Desk Clamp Holds Up to 24-Inch LCD Monitors, Yellow (LCD-194Y)
MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Stand Desk Clamp Holds Up to 24-Inch LCD Monitors, Yellow (LCD-194Y)
MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Stand Desk Clamp Holds Up to 24-Inch LCD Monitors, Yellow (LCD-194Y)

MonMount Dual LCD Monitor Stand Desk Clamp Holds Up to 24-Inch LCD Monitors, Yellow (LCD-194Y)

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  • Designed by MonMount
  • Holds up to 24 Inch Wide LCD Monitors
  • Fully adjustable
  • VESA 75mm and 100mm Compatible
  • Easy to install with Desk Clamp

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Great Monitor Mounting SolutionThe overall quality of the mount is great. I had no issues with any of the hardware fitting together. The hardware is very similar to a much more expensive version one of my roommates bought. I would definitely buy a MonMount item again based on this items Quality.Pros: Great build quality. Hold the monitors I have really well. Can't say as to how well it would hold heavier monitors, but the adjustments seemed very well thought out and were easily accessed. Takes a strong hand to turn them to be fully tight, but I expect that with it's specifications of what kind of weight it can hold.Cons: My only con, and only reason for a 4 star was cable management bracket placement. The arms are fine for the most part. Since the brackets swivel it allows the cable to move freely when needed. My complaint would be regarding the placement on the back of the support structure, or spine of the unit. There are two cable management bracket mounting points which is great. The downside to this is how high the unis has to be configured to allow the cables to come off the monitors, along the arms to the spine and then down the spine. I'd like to see either a bit better placement of the mounting points, or if possible, add more along the back so that you can have a variety of spots to choose from.Overall Impression: I really am happy with the mount. Even with the one con, my monitors site nice and tight on this system. My mounting location/desk location wasn't ideal and did hinder the full functionality of the arms, but I made it work. In my picture you can see how high the monitors have to be to accommodate use of both cable brackets on the back.4The best DIY part setI bought the mount on sale at a heavy discount. This ended up being the best DIY part set. Heavily over-engineered. For now I discarded both arms and use it to mount a single monitor with a minimum little depth. Plan to add a second mount for iPad.The only cons that comes to mind is the contrasting black color of the plastic parts.5Easy to get just the right amount of friction on ...Extremely solid. Highly adjustable. Easy to get just the right amount of friction on the joints.The only dislike I had with it was the fact that when you get two monitors adjusted so their inner bezels meet the arms are projecting a considerable distance from the wall. That's not a design fault, simply my disappointment with this particular design. I needed a rail style if I wanted wall hugging when moving laterally.The only quality problem I had with it was that when I got two monitors adjusted side-by-side, one seemed a little higher than the other. I wasn't an adjustment issue. It was as if the two arms didn't move entirely within the same plane. Deformed arm maybe? Possibly excess bearing slop that was cumulative at the end of the arm? Don't know exactly. It wasn't much of a difference and is arguably within manufacturing tolerances for a product in this price range, but it was enough to be noticeable (to me) and annoying. But it was not a functional problem, just annoying. Four stars for this and the depth issue, above.Incidentally, I had a non-standard installation. Rather than affix it to a table top (no edge available - surface was an upcycled countertop with backsplash, therefore no edge to clamp to) I flipped the pole over and bolted the vertical section of the clamp end to a stud. The monitor mounts didn't care and worked just as well. Bolting it in this way gives plenty of clearance between the pole and wall to get the arm assembly on and adjusted.4Simply Put: This System WorksYES - more desk space now that I have the dual monitors up and off the desk.Simply put: this system works. Clamps on to the back of the desk (three different depths supported from 0.5-4.0"). Ten minutes later, monitors are "floating" above the desk. Most of the ten minutes was spent trying to figure out how to attach the stands to my Dell U2412M monitors (the monitors have lousy/unclear VESA support).The only downside is that I wish the stand would raise the monitors higher off the desk either by having a taller vertical post or having arms that rotated into the vertical plane. Other monitor stands do have such support but those stands also run $190 versus the ~$40.Bottom line: would recommend the stand to a friend as long as the maximum 9" monitor clearance would be enough (probably is enough for most people).5Wow, this thing is sturdy!If you need one of these, just buy this one and look no further. I did a good bit of research, read a lot of reviews, and while this one only had 7 reviews, they were all 5's so I took a chance on it. Got it mounted to my desk and only have one monitor on it now (new one coming in a couple days), but I can tell it's going to have no problem supporting both. In fact, I've got it attached to the middle (more on that later) of the Ikea desk my wife and I share, and I'm going to buy or make something to attach another monitor on her side so she can extend her laptop to it. I wouldn't hesitate at all to buy another one of these just to get the arms attachment from it and slide it on this pole to hang two more monitors on the back side. It's that sturdy.All the moving joints are appropriately tight to allow movement but also hold a position, and there's no slop in them. With an arm extended straight out left or right and pushing down while holding the top of the pole I can't get any appreciable flex out of it. I did have to tighten the up/down pivot bolt for the one monitor I've attached, but that was easy enough with the supplied allen wrench, and to be expected I think.The plastic wire-management clips provided are even very nice. They're substantial enough to do the job, and have an easy-to-use but strong clipping-closed arrangement. Some other monitor stands I saw route the wires down through the pole, but I like the way this unit does it better.Setting it up is simplicity itself, and the instructions are actually well-written. I had one problem though, and I haven't seen it in the other reviews, so hopefully it's not pervasive. The two short, fat allen bolts used to attach the clamping piece to the bottom bracket wouldn't thread into their holes initially. The allen wrench they provided is 6 inches long (a nice touch in itself) so there was plenty of leverage available, but I could only get either bolt in either hole only halfway through the plate before it was so tight I couldn't turn it anymore (I'm a 5' 11" 200+ pound guy), and they wanted to go in crooked. I think the paint/coating they used on the bracket got into the threads and gummed them up. So I got out my tap and die set and chased the threads in the bracket and got a good bit of paint/gunk out. It still wasn't easy going after that, but it was a lot better and the bolts went in straight. Most people aren't going to have a tap and die set, but if you're handy you could run a smaller bolt and nut through the holes and it would work fine. Or if you got one like this one send it back and try again.And finally I'll share this because it might help someone else with a similar shared desk setup, or as I saw in some other reviews, don't want the pole to be where it has to be if you clamp it to the back of a deep desk. I was initially going to get a stand with a base for my application, but after looking closely at the clamping mechanism on the clamp-on styles I realized I could make it work. If you notice in the pic that shows all the parts, the piece with the screw clamps bolts to the base of the pole. So I cut a slot near the center of our desk (offset so the pole would be centered) and put the base bracket piece down through that, bolted on the clamping piece, and tightened it up. It works perfectly and is probably stronger in this configuration than clamped to an edge. So even if you don't need it in the center, you can use this method if clamping to the edge of your desk makes it sit too far back. I'll submit some pics and see if Amazon will post them, or ask me and I'll try to send them directly to you.5100% Satisfied for the price/ usage Helped me clear some space.I needed a desktop mount to clear up some space on my desk because I stream drawing from time to time.I prefer white over black to match the style of my room and I could only find a few mounts that offer colour in white. (I'll add the photo later if I can. Haven't cleaned up the cords)On top of that, I didn't want to invest too much on a mount since I move a lot and change my set-up quiet often and currently do not have a second monitor.I am 100% satisfied with the sturdiness of the mount, however if you live alone, please find someone else to help you put this mount together. Also, it isn't as flexible as you'd want the mount to be. Because you have to tighten the hinges in order for it to stay up in a certain position. Although it is possible to setup by yourself (I put it together myself and almost dropped my monitor) , it is difficult and more time consuming.Overall, its sturdy, clean, however not as flexible as you'd want it to be.For 27 es, you need to order a vesa mount adapter separately.5Attractive, High Quality and UnobtrusiveThis is an attractive, heavy-duty dual-screen monitor mount. Your desk/table will need to have some lip for it to attach to.This came in two major pieces: a) the main support; b) the arms (which were pre-assembled as a single piece). Install was primarily:1) Positioning the support and tightening using the two clamps2) Sliding the arms piece onto the support and tightening3) Mounting the monitors to the arms4) Tightening various nuts so the arms stay where you put them5) Sticking in the included cable clipsNone of this was difficult, with the poorly written and printed directions being the biggest issue. The set came with the only two tools you need (a wrench and an allen wrench). I was able to complete this all myself in about 20 minutes (takes time to add all cables and get everything exactly how you want it).--- Pros ---- Very high quality. The metal is thick and feels very sturdy and heavy duty.- Attractive. The view-able portion of the unit is white. There was a logo but it was a removable sticker.- Multi-joint arms offer a wide array of angles and options- Holds my monitors steady right where I want them- All parts were included, and they even threw in some spares just-in-case--- Cons ---* These cons are minor and I'm only noting so you're aware. Overall the finished product is excellent.- Directions were... unfortunate- I have to remove the logo sticker goo (yet to be done)- You need some very good arm strength to tighten the nuts enough so that everything stays in place- The allen wrench tool was of cheap quality and bent considerably while installing5Pretty to look at, but pretty unpraticalI was really excited to try out this monitor mount, but the installation process was beyond frustrating, and the finished product didn't even begin to provide any sort of benefit.The arms are the main problem. They're pretty heady on their own, but when you add the weight of a monitor, they continuously slide down the main poll. In order to tighten the nut that fasten the arms, you'll need the strength of Hurcules, and you'll be retightening it every few minutes.Then there are the flexible arms that are in now way flexible. The two nuts that are supposed to lose the first section don't budge, and the lowest point of friction is between the arms and the poll, so when you try and move the arms, the entire apparatus moves, then the arms start to slide down the poll again.I'm going back to my old monitor mounts and getting a refund.2Absolutely thrilled with the quality and ease of installation and use.I am absolutely thrilled with this monitor stand! Recently I renovated my home office and as part of this renovation I wanted to organize and streamline my desk. Since I have two monitors, I thought it would be really helpful to get them off the desk surface so that I'd have more room. I was expecting to pay $100 or more so I was extremely surprised to find the MonMount Dual Monitor Stand for much less than that. Of course, my first concern was that it would be poor quality but all the reviews were positive so I figured, "Give it a chance!"The stand is extremely easy to "install." I think the instructions include about four steps; that's how simple it is. I admit that my desk is from Ikea, so I was a bit nervous that the clamp would either break the desk, or fall from the weight of the two monitors. Nope! It is very sturdy and I have been using it for two weeks now.One other thing: An unintended benefit of this stand is that my monitors are both now at eye contact, reducing strain on my neck. I wasn't thinking about that when I bought this, but realized after the first day that I wasn't looking down at my monitors. Very cool!5Easy to installConnected two Dell monitors. It works as advertised. One reminder which may seem obvious to others but was forgotten by me - make sure your monitors are VESA 75mm and 100mm Compatible AND the VESA plate is in the same position on each monitor. While I had two VESA Compatible Dell monitors, they were different models and the plates were in different spots, which meant the monitors wouldn't have been vertically aligned. We bought a new monitor instead given its age.5
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Description
  • Designed by MonMount
  • Holds up to 24 Inch Wide LCD Monitors
  • Fully adjustable
  • VESA 75mm and 100mm Compatible
  • Easy to install with Desk Clamp
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Great Monitor Mounting SolutionThe overall quality of the mount is great. I had no issues with any of the hardware fitting together. The hardware is very similar to a much more expensive version one of my roommates bought. I would definitely buy a MonMount item again based on this items Quality.Pros: Great build quality. Hold the monitors I have really well. Can't say as to how well it would hold heavier monitors, but the adjustments seemed very well thought out and were easily accessed. Takes a strong hand to turn them to be fully tight, but I expect that with it's specifications of what kind of weight it can hold.Cons: My only con, and only reason for a 4 star was cable management bracket placement. The arms are fine for the most part. Since the brackets swivel it allows the cable to move freely when needed. My complaint would be regarding the placement on the back of the support structure, or spine of the unit. There are two cable management bracket mounting points which is great. The downside to this is how high the unis has to be configured to allow the cables to come off the monitors, along the arms to the spine and then down the spine. I'd like to see either a bit better placement of the mounting points, or if possible, add more along the back so that you can have a variety of spots to choose from.Overall Impression: I really am happy with the mount. Even with the one con, my monitors site nice and tight on this system. My mounting location/desk location wasn't ideal and did hinder the full functionality of the arms, but I made it work. In my picture you can see how high the monitors have to be to accommodate use of both cable brackets on the back.4The best DIY part setI bought the mount on sale at a heavy discount. This ended up being the best DIY part set. Heavily over-engineered. For now I discarded both arms and use it to mount a single monitor with a minimum little depth. Plan to add a second mount for iPad.The only cons that comes to mind is the contrasting black color of the plastic parts.5Easy to get just the right amount of friction on ...Extremely solid. Highly adjustable. Easy to get just the right amount of friction on the joints.The only dislike I had with it was the fact that when you get two monitors adjusted so their inner bezels meet the arms are projecting a considerable distance from the wall. That's not a design fault, simply my disappointment with this particular design. I needed a rail style if I wanted wall hugging when moving laterally.The only quality problem I had with it was that when I got two monitors adjusted side-by-side, one seemed a little higher than the other. I wasn't an adjustment issue. It was as if the two arms didn't move entirely within the same plane. Deformed arm maybe? Possibly excess bearing slop that was cumulative at the end of the arm? Don't know exactly. It wasn't much of a difference and is arguably within manufacturing tolerances for a product in this price range, but it was enough to be noticeable (to me) and annoying. But it was not a functional problem, just annoying. Four stars for this and the depth issue, above.Incidentally, I had a non-standard installation. Rather than affix it to a table top (no edge available - surface was an upcycled countertop with backsplash, therefore no edge to clamp to) I flipped the pole over and bolted the vertical section of the clamp end to a stud. The monitor mounts didn't care and worked just as well. Bolting it in this way gives plenty of clearance between the pole and wall to get the arm assembly on and adjusted.4Simply Put: This System WorksYES - more desk space now that I have the dual monitors up and off the desk.Simply put: this system works. Clamps on to the back of the desk (three different depths supported from 0.5-4.0"). Ten minutes later, monitors are "floating" above the desk. Most of the ten minutes was spent trying to figure out how to attach the stands to my Dell U2412M monitors (the monitors have lousy/unclear VESA support).The only downside is that I wish the stand would raise the monitors higher off the desk either by having a taller vertical post or having arms that rotated into the vertical plane. Other monitor stands do have such support but those stands also run $190 versus the ~$40.Bottom line: would recommend the stand to a friend as long as the maximum 9" monitor clearance would be enough (probably is enough for most people).5Wow, this thing is sturdy!If you need one of these, just buy this one and look no further. I did a good bit of research, read a lot of reviews, and while this one only had 7 reviews, they were all 5's so I took a chance on it. Got it mounted to my desk and only have one monitor on it now (new one coming in a couple days), but I can tell it's going to have no problem supporting both. In fact, I've got it attached to the middle (more on that later) of the Ikea desk my wife and I share, and I'm going to buy or make something to attach another monitor on her side so she can extend her laptop to it. I wouldn't hesitate at all to buy another one of these just to get the arms attachment from it and slide it on this pole to hang two more monitors on the back side. It's that sturdy.All the moving joints are appropriately tight to allow movement but also hold a position, and there's no slop in them. With an arm extended straight out left or right and pushing down while holding the top of the pole I can't get any appreciable flex out of it. I did have to tighten the up/down pivot bolt for the one monitor I've attached, but that was easy enough with the supplied allen wrench, and to be expected I think.The plastic wire-management clips provided are even very nice. They're substantial enough to do the job, and have an easy-to-use but strong clipping-closed arrangement. Some other monitor stands I saw route the wires down through the pole, but I like the way this unit does it better.Setting it up is simplicity itself, and the instructions are actually well-written. I had one problem though, and I haven't seen it in the other reviews, so hopefully it's not pervasive. The two short, fat allen bolts used to attach the clamping piece to the bottom bracket wouldn't thread into their holes initially. The allen wrench they provided is 6 inches long (a nice touch in itself) so there was plenty of leverage available, but I could only get either bolt in either hole only halfway through the plate before it was so tight I couldn't turn it anymore (I'm a 5' 11" 200+ pound guy), and they wanted to go in crooked. I think the paint/coating they used on the bracket got into the threads and gummed them up. So I got out my tap and die set and chased the threads in the bracket and got a good bit of paint/gunk out. It still wasn't easy going after that, but it was a lot better and the bolts went in straight. Most people aren't going to have a tap and die set, but if you're handy you could run a smaller bolt and nut through the holes and it would work fine. Or if you got one like this one send it back and try again.And finally I'll share this because it might help someone else with a similar shared desk setup, or as I saw in some other reviews, don't want the pole to be where it has to be if you clamp it to the back of a deep desk. I was initially going to get a stand with a base for my application, but after looking closely at the clamping mechanism on the clamp-on styles I realized I could make it work. If you notice in the pic that shows all the parts, the piece with the screw clamps bolts to the base of the pole. So I cut a slot near the center of our desk (offset so the pole would be centered) and put the base bracket piece down through that, bolted on the clamping piece, and tightened it up. It works perfectly and is probably stronger in this configuration than clamped to an edge. So even if you don't need it in the center, you can use this method if clamping to the edge of your desk makes it sit too far back. I'll submit some pics and see if Amazon will post them, or ask me and I'll try to send them directly to you.5100% Satisfied for the price/ usage Helped me clear some space.I needed a desktop mount to clear up some space on my desk because I stream drawing from time to time.I prefer white over black to match the style of my room and I could only find a few mounts that offer colour in white. (I'll add the photo later if I can. Haven't cleaned up the cords)On top of that, I didn't want to invest too much on a mount since I move a lot and change my set-up quiet often and currently do not have a second monitor.I am 100% satisfied with the sturdiness of the mount, however if you live alone, please find someone else to help you put this mount together. Also, it isn't as flexible as you'd want the mount to be. Because you have to tighten the hinges in order for it to stay up in a certain position. Although it is possible to setup by yourself (I put it together myself and almost dropped my monitor) , it is difficult and more time consuming.Overall, its sturdy, clean, however not as flexible as you'd want it to be.For 27 es, you need to order a vesa mount adapter separately.5Attractive, High Quality and UnobtrusiveThis is an attractive, heavy-duty dual-screen monitor mount. Your desk/table will need to have some lip for it to attach to.This came in two major pieces: a) the main support; b) the arms (which were pre-assembled as a single piece). Install was primarily:1) Positioning the support and tightening using the two clamps2) Sliding the arms piece onto the support and tightening3) Mounting the monitors to the arms4) Tightening various nuts so the arms stay where you put them5) Sticking in the included cable clipsNone of this was difficult, with the poorly written and printed directions being the biggest issue. The set came with the only two tools you need (a wrench and an allen wrench). I was able to complete this all myself in about 20 minutes (takes time to add all cables and get everything exactly how you want it).--- Pros ---- Very high quality. The metal is thick and feels very sturdy and heavy duty.- Attractive. The view-able portion of the unit is white. There was a logo but it was a removable sticker.- Multi-joint arms offer a wide array of angles and options- Holds my monitors steady right where I want them- All parts were included, and they even threw in some spares just-in-case--- Cons ---* These cons are minor and I'm only noting so you're aware. Overall the finished product is excellent.- Directions were... unfortunate- I have to remove the logo sticker goo (yet to be done)- You need some very good arm strength to tighten the nuts enough so that everything stays in place- The allen wrench tool was of cheap quality and bent considerably while installing5Pretty to look at, but pretty unpraticalI was really excited to try out this monitor mount, but the installation process was beyond frustrating, and the finished product didn't even begin to provide any sort of benefit.The arms are the main problem. They're pretty heady on their own, but when you add the weight of a monitor, they continuously slide down the main poll. In order to tighten the nut that fasten the arms, you'll need the strength of Hurcules, and you'll be retightening it every few minutes.Then there are the flexible arms that are in now way flexible. The two nuts that are supposed to lose the first section don't budge, and the lowest point of friction is between the arms and the poll, so when you try and move the arms, the entire apparatus moves, then the arms start to slide down the poll again.I'm going back to my old monitor mounts and getting a refund.2Absolutely thrilled with the quality and ease of installation and use.I am absolutely thrilled with this monitor stand! Recently I renovated my home office and as part of this renovation I wanted to organize and streamline my desk. Since I have two monitors, I thought it would be really helpful to get them off the desk surface so that I'd have more room. I was expecting to pay $100 or more so I was extremely surprised to find the MonMount Dual Monitor Stand for much less than that. Of course, my first concern was that it would be poor quality but all the reviews were positive so I figured, "Give it a chance!"The stand is extremely easy to "install." I think the instructions include about four steps; that's how simple it is. I admit that my desk is from Ikea, so I was a bit nervous that the clamp would either break the desk, or fall from the weight of the two monitors. Nope! It is very sturdy and I have been using it for two weeks now.One other thing: An unintended benefit of this stand is that my monitors are both now at eye contact, reducing strain on my neck. I wasn't thinking about that when I bought this, but realized after the first day that I wasn't looking down at my monitors. Very cool!5Easy to installConnected two Dell monitors. It works as advertised. One reminder which may seem obvious to others but was forgotten by me - make sure your monitors are VESA 75mm and 100mm Compatible AND the VESA plate is in the same position on each monitor. While I had two VESA Compatible Dell monitors, they were different models and the plates were in different spots, which meant the monitors wouldn't have been vertically aligned. We bought a new monitor instead given its age.5
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