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[Primecables.ca] Gas spring Monitor Desk Mount $34.99 + free shipping & 10x s-points

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[Primecables.ca] Gas spring Monitor Desk Mount $34.99 + free shipping & 10x s-points

Not as good as black friday when it was $19.99 but if you need one now then $5 off, $7 in s-points + free shipping aint bad.

https://www.primecables.ca/p-362093-cab ... tly_viewed
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Oct 3, 2019
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I used $10 of my S points and earned most of them back with the purchase. I've been waiting for this, it's a good enough price for me. It was just under $30 all in and then 7000 S points back so $23. Thanks op, I needed a second arm.
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Jul 30, 2010
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Toronto
How's the reviews on this? So basically, it secures via the clamp and there are no screws required to fit it to the table right?
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Mar 7, 2011
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hyperzore wrote: How's the reviews on this? So basically, it secures via the clamp and there are no screws required to fit it to the table right?
I have this. It kinda sucks. But it works. If you want complete ability to position the monitor anywhere it won't do that. It takes a bit of convincing to make it stay in any given position
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Oct 29, 2019
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hyperzore wrote: How's the reviews on this? So basically, it secures via the clamp and there are no screws required to fit it to the table right?
It’s a basic monitor arm. Works very well on light monitor a my BenQ 24” is probably only 5 lbs or less and It moves super smooth. My old Dell 24” is much heavier (around 12lbs or so) and it doesn’t work quite as well, but does its job. The trick is to get the tension adjusted just right.
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Dec 13, 2008
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These are great and I wouldn't hesitate to buy again, even if its $15 more from black friday.
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Newbie
Nov 18, 2016
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I previously bought the upgraded model with the two USB ports from this company. If you are willing to spend more, I’d go for that one instead of this. Not only is the arm longer, but it can hold more and has USB ports built in. No complaints so far and the product overall is very high quality. The clamp has stayed firm on my table and easily holds my 24 inch monitor (it’s capable of holding a lot more).
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Jun 15, 2004
647 posts
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Toronto
I use this on a 34'' ultrawide (14lb), it works but need to adjust the tilt tension every few weeks or else it will tilt downwards. It worked great when I was using it on a 24'' monitor.
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Aug 12, 2004
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Anyone who has this, are you able to get this so the middle of the monitor sits at eye level? That is the proper ergonomic position. It would seem with a ~17" max extension this would not be possible for most people this is why I would personally opt for one with 21"+ max extension.
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Dec 13, 2006
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Vancouver
You can do either. Clamp it screw in
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May 24, 2013
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Toronto
iamdman wrote: Anyone who has this, are you able to get this so the middle of the monitor sits at eye level? That is the proper ergonomic position. It would seem with a ~17" max extension this would not be possible for most people this is why I would personally opt for one with 21"+ max extension.
Where did you hear this? Ive always heard that the top of the monitor should be around eye level, and this works well for that for me and my monitor.
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Aug 12, 2004
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thearun wrote: Where did you hear this? Ive always heard that the top of the monitor should be around eye level, and this works well for that for me and my monitor.
Yes it seems from google you are correct sorry for misinformation, I was told differently but I have a sit/stand desk so seems for standing in the middle is optimal. https://www.ergomaker.com/create-ergonomic-workstation/
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Sep 30, 2006
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Does this work with glass computer desk?
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Nov 19, 2009
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Toronto
I have this. Got it on special a couple years ago. I loved it. My TV was heavier than the specs allowed but it worked fine. sold the TV though. If anyone wants this for $20 and is downtown Toronto, DM me
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Jun 24, 2017
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BC
Thanks OP, got 2 to try out on my 29 inch ultrawide and 27 inch.
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Oct 29, 2019
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emjhay wrote: Does this work with glass computer desk?
Used mine on a glass table but the clamp is against the metal pole underneath the glass if that makes sense. It wasn’t ideal since the clamp is tilting against a thin pole/frame lol. I wouldn’t recommend clamping it straight into a piece of glass though - if you can put a piece of wood or use an existing support to clamp under the glass, that would be idea.

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