medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one
medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one
medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one
medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one
medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one
medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one

medimplex HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - Monitor Mount with 3 Gas Spring Monitor Arms 17 to 32 Inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screen Clamp, Grommet Kit, Black choose this one

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      Increase Comfort & Efficiency - Complete your work in medimplex 3 monitors at the same times with comfortable view position. Now medimplex you medimplex can medimplex enhance medimplex your work medimplex efficiency in comfortable medimplex work posture.Hi all - I medimplex read a medimplex lot of negative reviews regarding this medimplex product and medimplex that it cannot support medimplex three 32" monitors. Well, if you dig into the substance of the reviews, medimplex it seemed to me that the majority medimplex of the folks having trouble were medimplex trying to install 32" CURVED medimplex monitors, and so my thought medimplex process was that these poor souls were trying to maintain the curve of the screen across all three medimplex monitors (which medimplex is laudable). And many medimplex reviews said that the only way this stand would support medimplex three screens is if the screens were flat - 180 degrees.I'm medimplex here to demonstrate that if your medimplex use case is medimplex three 32" flat medimplex panel monitors, with medimplex an angle medimplex off medimplex the central monitor for medimplex the medimplex left and medimplex right medimplex monitor of 30 degrees, medimplex this medimplex stand will work medimplex for you. I medimplex have a central 32" monitor, from which medimplex the left and medimplex right medimplex 32" monitors extend out at medimplex an approximate 30 degree angle. I was actually able to obtain a medimplex steeper medimplex angle on medimplex the left medimplex and medimplex right screens (perhaps 45 degrees), but it was medimplex too medimplex much information for medimplex my brain to process, and the viewing angles distorted the image medimplex . Perhaps cool medimplex for a racing or medimplex flight simulator game, medimplex but medimplex I mostly work on this machine.The instructions were medimplex straightforward, but there is a serious element of trial and error to get everything lined up the way you medimplex want. I actually had medimplex to have my neighbor come over and medimplex help because ideally, it is a medimplex 2-person job. And even then, it took me medimplex 60 minutes of trial and error, just on getting the screens aligned just medimplex right. Since then, I have medimplex probably made an additional 15 minutes of adjustments to medimplex get it medimplex the way I want.Quality is fine for the price. My one medimplex gripe is medimplex that the medimplex gas medimplex piston medimplex for medimplex the medimplex left monitor medimplex does not really "lock medimplex in" so if medimplex I bump it or my medimplex son is bouncing around medimplex the area, it will pop up a medimplex half-inch to an inch, and I will medimplex have to lower it back medimplex down manually. It is not medimplex hard, just annoying.From left medimplex to right, my medimplex screens medimplex measure 78 inches medimplex (198 cm medimplex for everyone else), so make sure you have a big medimplex desk.To set medimplex the stage. I have a large built in desk and 3x 27" LG monitors. medimplex I medimplex love the monitors, but medimplex the bases take up a lot of room and do medimplex not swivel, so getting medimplex the screens medimplex positioned well means the bases take up medimplex a lot of desk space in medimplex price medimplex real estate areas.I mounted it medimplex using the "Grommet Mounting" method. I medimplex think I'd recommend this medimplex method medimplex even if the clamp medimplex was possible. The mount is pretty sturdy, I have no medimplex concerns there. Assembly medimplex wasn't too bad. The instructions could be better, mostly around the arm medimplex assembly medimplex as two arms are identical medimplex in the instructions, but are not clearly marked in the packaging. medimplex A little medimplex trial and error was required there, but thankfully it didn't require disassembly of half the unit to resolve.As for monitor setup. The middle medimplex monitor is fairly stationary, so medimplex ensure the medimplex mount is positioned where you want that middle monitor to sit. The arms are on gas springs, however, medimplex the medimplex cannot be locked in place medimplex once you get is positioned. While there is a tilt medimplex lock there is no medimplex swivel lock and there is a lot of play in the positional lock. I spent over medimplex an hour trying to get all 3 medimplex screens flat/level medimplex and never did achieve medimplex 95%. Once you get the gas medimplex spring tension dialed in the movement there is pretty medimplex smooth/easy. Again, there is medimplex some medimplex play in the joints, so you need to fiddle medimplex with it to get the right height, but medimplex unlike the tilt and swivel it's medimplex not medimplex too medimplex difficult to get it where you want medimplex it.The side screens are a bit "wobbly". I'm one of those guys who's medimplex always medimplex tapping medimplex his leg(s), and the side screens will jiggle a bit medimplex and medimplex there is nothing medimplex I medimplex can medimplex do about it b/c of the gas springs medimplex I medimplex can't tighten or lock medimplex them in place. Overall a minor issue, but an issue nontheless.The cord guide/cages that attach to the gas spring medimplex arms could be deeper (like the ones medimplex on medimplex the fixed arms). I have fairly thick cables and I medimplex had to pry up wedge the cable in place, and they aren't moving, so fine adjustment medimplex is very difficult.Overall, I medimplex am quite happy with the medimplex product medimplex and believe medimplex it is a medimplex great value.2 Mounting Options -The C clamp and medimplex grommet mounting base holds your monitors securely. Choose the proper mounting method as medimplex your need.Super Space Saver medimplex - Conveniently medimplex frees up medimplex more valuable medimplex work space by elevating 3 monitors off medimplex of your medimplex desk, making your workstation spacious and clutter-free.OK medimplex I medimplex just medimplex finished getting all this setup medimplex so I'll do my medimplex review medimplex as I think it will be medimplex what it is without medimplex issue going medimplex forward.I'm going to start by saying this, if you are not mechanically inclined or do not medimplex know someone medimplex who is then move on medimplex to another option. This has medimplex a lot medimplex of little parts and medimplex pieces, and the assembly medimplex is tedious medimplex and time consuming medimplex to do it correctly, medimplex the medimplex directions are almost medimplex useless.I read the lack of medimplex directions mentioned in medimplex other reviews and it cannot be medimplex stated enough that they are poor medimplex if not borderline medimplex useless. If you take your time and don't rush it is medimplex somewhat medimplex obvious through the medimplex process of elimination on what pieces go where.As medimplex far as adjustments it's almost limitless medimplex but understand what you are working with, the small Allen head torque screws all medimplex around will NOT tighten to the point of stopping movement medimplex they will only medimplex serve medimplex to put a little medimplex tension to keeps arms from moving when medimplex bumped that is all they are designed to medimplex do medimplex so medimplex quit trying to crank them through medimplex the steel medimplex or you will strip them period! Second take the time to get familiar on the medimplex tension adjustments, small incremental turns will medimplex not give a medimplex major noticeable medimplex change. medimplex You medimplex will medimplex in fact have to do several turns to loosen medimplex the struts just to begin your medimplex adjustments, medimplex only adjust to the medimplex point the medimplex monitor isn't medimplex drooping on its own and the go the other medimplex direction just until it's trying to lift the monitor without you medimplex touching it medimplex and that's the medimplex set medimplex point for the medimplex weight of your individual monitor, do medimplex this before medimplex you try medimplex to align medimplex everything medimplex or medimplex you medimplex will start to medimplex go insane. medimplex SIDE medimplex NOTE: CLOCKWISE IS LOOSEN AND COUNTERCLOCKWISE IS TIGHTENING!! Lefty loosy righty tighty medimplex does not apply here!!I medimplex cannot say medimplex this enough the adjustment process can be long and tedious as well! DONT RUSH! I personally set 3 27" monitors up and have medimplex zero issues but used medimplex a level and took my time. I suggest setting the center medimplex monitor medimplex to the medimplex height you personally want and the medimplex use medimplex the level to set the tilt and the medimplex viewing angle you like. I set it the way I wanted then tightened the brackets on it tightly, so it was in its permanent position this made medimplex adjusting medimplex the other two ten medimplex times easier. Having a medimplex baseline will medimplex make your life easier I promise.I also medimplex read several complaints about bouncy medimplex this and moving that, medimplex I'm not sure what kind medimplex of desk or soft medimplex flooring they may have but I'm on medimplex hard wood floors medimplex and have a Secret Lab medimplex Magnus steel desk Everything is medimplex extremely solid, and I have zero wobble, shake, medimplex movement medimplex or whatever. Most medimplex of us medimplex have money medimplex tied up in these monitors and system's so try to take precautions and if medimplex you can shore up medimplex your desk medimplex or workspace and you won't have any medimplex issues with wobbles medimplex etc...I understand medimplex money can restrict some and I'm by medimplex no means loaded I'm disabled and on a strict budget and it took me a long medimplex time to save and slowly build my system and get the furniture I wanted so prioritize medimplex what you medimplex want verse medimplex what you need keep your gear safe!!I also read medimplex monitors move medimplex when medimplex bumped, this one puzzled medimplex me too, but yes they are adjustable monitors, what are medimplex you doing to medimplex make medimplex them move medimplex all over I game medimplex a lot and do the rage slam and toss things medimplex who games that medimplex has not done this Nothing moves on me, medimplex so medimplex like I said I think its more medimplex the users than the medimplex product on 80% of medimplex these reviews. medimplex Is it perfect, NO! Is medimplex it worth medimplex the medimplex on sale price Absolutely!!Customized For Optimal View - medimplex The fully articulating arms allow your monitors swivel, tilt medimplex and rotate to find an medimplex optimal view angle and position medimplex for comfortable work. Freely set your monitors to medimplex landscape or portrait mode!Universal 3 medimplex Monitor Stand - medimplex Fits three medimplex flat / curved medimplex computer monitors 17 18 19 20 21 medimplex 22 medimplex 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 medimplex 30 31 32 medimplex inch in size with vesa mounting medimplex holes 75x75 and 100x100, each medimplex arm hold 17.6lbs. Kindly Note: Ultrawide Screen is medimplex Not Supported!
      HUANUO Triple Monitor Stand - 3 Monitor Mount with Gas Spring Monitor Arm Fit Three 17 to 32 inch Flat/Curved LCD Computer Screens with Clamp, Grommet Kit, BlackUniversal medimplex 3 Monitor Stand - medimplex Fits three flat / curved computer monitors 17 18 19 medimplex 20 21 22 23 medimplex 24 25 medimplex 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 inch in size with medimplex vesa medimplex mounting medimplex holes 75x75 and 100x100, each medimplex arm hold medimplex 17.6lbs. Kindly medimplex Note: Ultrawide Screen medimplex is Not Supported!Super Space Saver - Conveniently frees up medimplex more medimplex valuable work space by medimplex elevating 3 medimplex monitors off of your desk, making your workstation spacious and clutter-free.Customized For Optimal View - The fully articulating arms allow your monitors swivel, tilt and rotate to find an optimal view angle and position for comfortable work. Freely set your medimplex monitors to medimplex landscape medimplex or portrait mode!Increase Comfort & medimplex Efficiency - Complete medimplex your medimplex work medimplex in 3 monitors at medimplex the medimplex same medimplex times with medimplex comfortable view medimplex position. Now you can enhance your work efficiency in comfortable work posture.2 medimplex Mounting Options -The C clamp medimplex and grommet mounting base medimplex holds your monitors securely. medimplex Choose the proper mounting method as your medimplex need.

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Buyer's experience:
      1: OK I just finished getting all this setup so I'll do my review as I think it will be what it is without issue going forward.I'm going to start by saying this, if you are not mechanically inclined or do not know someone who is then move on to another option. This has a lot of little parts and pieces, and the assembly is tedious and time consuming to do it correctly, the directions are almost useless.I read the lack of directions mentioned in other reviews and it cannot be stated enough that they are poor if not borderline useless. If you take your time and don't rush it is somewhat obvious through the process of elimination on what pieces go where.As far as adjustments it's almost limitless but understand what you are working with, the small Allen head torque screws all around will NOT tighten to the point of stopping movement they will only serve to put a little tension to keeps arms from moving when bumped that is all they are designed to do so quit trying to crank them through the steel or you will strip them period! Second take the time to get familiar on the tension adjustments, small incremental turns will not give a major noticeable change. You will in fact have to do several turns to loosen the struts just to begin your adjustments, only adjust to the point the monitor isn't drooping on its own and the go the other direction just until it's trying to lift the monitor without you touching it and that's the set point for the weight of your individual monitor, do this before you try to align everything or you will start to go insane. SIDE NOTE: CLOCKWISE IS LOOSEN AND COUNTERCLOCKWISE IS TIGHTENING!! Lefty loosy righty tighty does not apply here!!I cannot say this enough the adjustment process can be long and tedious as well! DONT RUSH! I personally set 3 27" monitors up and have zero issues but used a level and took my time. I suggest setting the center monitor to the height you personally want and the use the level to set the tilt and the viewing angle you like. I set it the way I wanted then tightened the brackets on it tightly, so it was in its permanent position this made adjusting the other two ten times easier. Having a baseline will make your life easier I promise.I also read several complaints about bouncy this and moving that, I'm not sure what kind of desk or soft flooring they may have but I'm on hard wood floors and have a Secret Lab Magnus steel desk Everything is extremely solid, and I have zero wobble, shake, movement or whatever. Most of us have money tied up in these monitors and system's so try to take precautions and if you can shore up your desk or workspace and you won't have any issues with wobbles etc...I understand money can restrict some and I'm by no means loaded I'm disabled and on a strict budget and it took me a long time to save and slowly build my system and get the furniture I wanted so prioritize what you want verse what you need keep your gear safe!!I also read monitors move when bumped, this one puzzled me too, but yes they are adjustable monitors, what are you doing to make them move all over I game a lot and do the rage slam and toss things who games that has not done this Nothing moves on me, so like I said I think its more the users than the product on 80% of these reviews. Is it perfect, NO! Is it worth the on sale price Absolutely!!
      2: To set the stage. I have a large built in desk and 3x 27" LG monitors. I love the monitors, but the bases take up a lot of room and do not swivel, so getting the screens positioned well means the bases take up a lot of desk space in price real estate areas.I mounted it using the "Grommet Mounting" method. I think I'd recommend this method even if the clamp was possible. The mount is pretty sturdy, I have no concerns there. Assembly wasn't too bad. The instructions could be better, mostly around the arm assembly as two arms are identical in the instructions, but are not clearly marked in the packaging. A little trial and error was required there, but thankfully it didn't require disassembly of half the unit to resolve.As for monitor setup. The middle monitor is fairly stationary, so ensure the mount is positioned where you want that middle monitor to sit. The arms are on gas springs, however, the cannot be locked in place once you get is positioned. While there is a tilt lock there is no swivel lock and there is a lot of play in the positional lock. I spent over an hour trying to get all 3 screens flat/level and never did achieve 95%. Once you get the gas spring tension dialed in the movement there is pretty smooth/easy. Again, there is some play in the joints, so you need to fiddle with it to get the right height, but unlike the tilt and swivel it's not too difficult to get it where you want it.The side screens are a bit "wobbly". I'm one of those guys who's always tapping his leg(s), and the side screens will jiggle a bit and there is nothing I can do about it b/c of the gas springs I can't tighten or lock them in place. Overall a minor issue, but an issue nontheless.The cord guide/cages that attach to the gas spring arms could be deeper (like the ones on the fixed arms). I have fairly thick cables and I had to pry up wedge the cable in place, and they aren't moving, so fine adjustment is very difficult.Overall, I am quite happy with the product and believe it is a great value.
      3: Hi all - I read a lot of negative reviews regarding this product and that it cannot support three 32" monitors. Well, if you dig into the substance of the reviews, it seemed to me that the majority of the folks having trouble were trying to install 32" CURVED monitors, and so my thought process was that these poor souls were trying to maintain the curve of the screen across all three monitors (which is laudable). And many reviews said that the only way this stand would support three screens is if the screens were flat - 180 degrees.I'm here to demonstrate that if your use case is three 32" flat panel monitors, with an angle off the central monitor for the left and right monitor of 30 degrees, this stand will work for you. I have a central 32" monitor, from which the left and right 32" monitors extend out at an approximate 30 degree angle. I was actually able to obtain a steeper angle on the left and right screens (perhaps 45 degrees), but it was too much information for my brain to process, and the viewing angles distorted the image . Perhaps cool for a racing or flight simulator game, but I mostly work on this machine.The instructions were straightforward, but there is a serious element of trial and error to get everything lined up the way you want. I actually had to have my neighbor come over and help because ideally, it is a 2-person job. And even then, it took me 60 minutes of trial and error, just on getting the screens aligned just right. Since then, I have probably made an additional 15 minutes of adjustments to get it the way I want.Quality is fine for the price. My one gripe is that the gas piston for the left monitor does not really "lock in" so if I bump it or my son is bouncing around the area, it will pop up a half-inch to an inch, and I will have to lower it back down manually. It is not hard, just annoying.From left to right, my screens measure 78 inches (198 cm for everyone else), so make sure you have a big desk.

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Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00
Bob
This is a beautiful stuff.
2021.03.06 12:00