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WALI Premium Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Fully Adjustable Gas Spring Stand for Display up to 32 inch, 17.6 lbs Capacity (GSDM001), Black
- Compatibility: Fits LCD, LED flat screen TV and monitor up to 32". Support up to 17.6 lbs. VESA compatible 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100 mm. The two-stage locking system is compatible with 3.5” C-clamp and 3.3” Grommet Base
- Fully Adjustable: The gas spring stand can tilt +35°/35°, swivel +90°/90°, and rotate 360°. Max height is up to 23.62", and max extension is up to 18.34"
- Double benefits: Double efficiency and productivity to make working or relaxing that much more comfortable
- Sturdy construction: High-grade material C-Clamp, grommet base, and VESA plate ensures a strong and stable connection with your desk and monitor screen
- Package Includes: 1 x WALI single monitor gas spring stand, 1 x Mounting Hardware Kit, 1 x User Manual, 10 Year protection
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Please Check the Mount Compatible List:
- Screen Size: Up to 32”
- Weight Capacity: 17.6lbs
- VESA Size: 75x75mm and 100x100mm
Two Locking System:
- C-Clamp: Maximum support 3.5” thick desk
- Grommet-Base: Maximum support 2.75” diameter desktop cable grommet hole and 3.3” thick desk
- +35° ~ -35° Tilt
- +90° ~ -90° Swivel
- 360° Rotate
- Max Height 23.62”
- Max Extension 18.34”
- WALI Single Monitor Gas Spring Mount x 1
- Mounting Hardware Kit x 1
- User Manual x 1
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Why choose WALI?
- WALI is committed to building high-quality products and mounting solutions for every budget and everyone.
- From VESA display mounts to speaker mounts and projector mounts, our product collections achieve the optimal balance between functionality, design and price.
WALI single gas spring monitor stand made of high grade steel and aluminum.
- Fits up to 32"
- Holds up to 17.6lbs
- VESA 75x75mm 100x100mm
- Max Height 23.62”
- Max Extension 18.34”
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Fantastic product, especially for the price. Can't recommend enough.
The assembly was easy, and no extra tools were required. Everything you need is in the box. There are two major advantages to this. The biggest one is that you will free up so much desk space for your keyboard/mouse/books. The second is that everything is very easy to adjust in terms of height and tilt. After setting it the way you like it and tightening everything, there is no wobble or cheap feel to this mount. Highly recommend!
For reference. In my setup, I have a 27 inch Asus monitor (the one closer to the computer) and a 34 inch LG ultrawide monitor on the other arm. Even though it says it supports monitors up to 32 inches, I was able to place a 34 inch ultrawide on one of the arms with a 27 on the other.
I'm 6'4" tall, and as such, have never had a monitor that could adjust high enough for optimal viewing. This mount changed all that, and more. Not only am I able to position my monitor higher up, bringing my eyes in line with the middle of the screen, but I'm also able to position my monitor closer to my face for better immersion in single-player games. When I switch to something competitive, I'm able to push the monitor back so that I'm better able to see the whole screen. That flexibility alone was worth the price of entry.
Assembly and adjustments were easy with this mount, and it includes all necessary tools. I had it attached to my monitor and my desk in less than ten minutes. I went with the c clamp mount, but may ultimately drill a hole in the desk.
Materials seem really solid. There's some flex in the plastic cable management bits, but that's by design. It makes it easier to route the cables themselves.
Adjusting the various hinge points in the mount was very simple, although it took a bit of tinkering to dial it in for my 27" monitor. It feels like it's on the heavier side, but this mount can apparently handle a lot more. If I dial the tension higher, the mount will spring half-way up even under all that weight.
The real test with a product for me is whether I'd recommend it to a friend. I wouldn't even hesitate to recommend this desk mount. It's great, and the added flexibility in monitor positioning adds a lot to the PC gaming experience.
Set up was easy and took all of about 10 min. I didn't have any trouble tightening the bolts or have any stripped screws like some have reported. Maybe I just got lucky or maybe they have improved the design, I dunno. You can see from the video I posted that it sits pretty sturdy on my desk, the arms are easy to move while holding position where you left them, and it easily rotates between portrait and landscape.
I thought it was pretty evident from the picture but both monitors will have to be the same height. It would be nice to have a little bit more flexibility in that regard and a heavier base would be nice.
My monitors are around 24 inches to give you an idea of the scale in the pictures.
I have a 15'' Asus laptop and the lip on the tray holds it fine as long as I don't tip it too far forward. But it's an unusually thick laptop body so I imagine most won't have an issue. Again, it's not a problem for me at all, just limits slightly the angle I can tilt the tray.
If you are ok with the configuration shown in the primary product image (i.e., monitor above tray) then it will be no problem as is. My desk isn't that deep so I had wanted them to be side-by-side. I was able to set it up that way out of the box. But my monitor was just a hair too big and it cast a shadow on the laptop monitor in the side by side configuration. Support was kind enough to send me a second base post and screws so I could use the grommet and clamp bases at the same time (as is you can only use one or the other). This of course only works if you already have a hole in the desk (or are willing to put one in yourself). Many thanks to WALI's support crew for accommodating me.
I use a standing desk. If movement while you type is something you're fussy about (I'm not) note there will be some shake, especially in the standing position. But for most, it should be absolutely no problem.
Overall a fantastic deal. Highly recommend it!
-Holds 2 monitors
-Adjustment range lets you position them any way you want
-Includes C-clamp and conversion parts to use with a pre-cut hole
-After tightening, everything feels sturdy
-Adjustable tension on the arms
-Includes cable management clip
-None yet (will update if anything comes up)
So I've got my two monitors set up. I use them mainly for gaming and streaming. One sits directly in front of me, the other angled on my left. To get this orientation, I had to offset the anchor to the left side quite a bit so I could get the desired depth on my main monitor. At first, I tried the anchor in the center, and it was way too close, felt like my eyeballs were melting. After the offset, everything is perfectly and firmly in place. Assembly was a breeze, took all of 20 minutes, and that was mostly finding where I wanted everything. There were no missing parts and the only thing you may need is a philips head screwdriver to attach the brackets to your monitors. Everything else is done with the included alan keys. So far, everything's perfect. My setup is exactly as I pictured it with no monitor stands taking up valuable desk room.
*Written November 22, 2019
Should something catastrophic happen, or when this system starts to show wear, I'll be sure to update this to get a decent idea of durability.
I think in total, this took me about an hour to fully assemble and set up on my desk. This is mostly because I built it facing the wall so that I could more easily see when I slid the monitors onto the stand. Then, once completed, it was too heavy to turn around. So I had to take it apart, turn it around, and put it together again with the monitors facing forward to start. If you follow the instructions step by step, it really is straightforward and not difficult at all.
There was clearly thought put into the design of this. There is a little holder on the back of it to store the 3 Allen wrenches used to tighten/loosen screws so that they won't get lost. There are also two plastic pieces on each arm that are intended for cable management. I didn't have a use for these, but found them to be a thoughtful addition. Other than the aforementioned worry that the screws won't sufficiently hold the monitors up in the long run, the thing is sturdily built. I have no fear that the stand will topple over. Overall I'm satisfied with my purchase.