Perfect for me. I have these at my office now and I do say they are worth every penny.
VERY STURDY I love this arm , the directions little difficult figuring out. I like how you can adjust the height quickly,I will be buying other arm for my 2 Monitor
I absolutely love this desk. It holds 3 monitors and I even lean on it when it's up. It's spacious. Very nice quality, easy to put together. Comes mostly assembled. Worth every penny.'
It works well!
I am currently using this product and I noticed that when I’m typing on my keyboard, the desk kind of goes down a little. I have the base zip tied, but something seems unsteady. Is it something else I need to do so that it will be more stable?
This monitor stand is a solid value. There are cheaper units out there and I have had several experiences with inexpensive stands, not good. On this stand I have two Dell U3415W 34" monitors stacked. The hardware and center post are more than sturdy enough that these monitors sit steady and solid. The model I bought is non clamping and has a generous (heavy) base that is necessary to stabilize large monitors. Good solid unit I would definitely recommend.
I have been using this for about 4 weeks now and it has been great! It is large and it is bulky, so keep that in mind if you have a small desk. I have an L-shaped desk and put it in the corner with a large monitor and a lot of office stuff that I used regularly. It lifts and goes down very easy with the push of a lever. If you sit all day, this is the perfect way to spend some time standing....they say that sitting is the new smoking!
I work from home and I love that I am not confined to a chair all day. This desk is easy to use, can go from sit to stand smoothly and can adjust to any height.
Holds my 24" dells up perfectly would recommend.
So far so good. I believe this one goes the highest. I had a veridesk at my old job and I do not know the difference
This product, the 130 1x3, is very well made, easy enough to set up and is adjustable in almost every way. The only thing I would like to see is a way to adjust the forward-back spacing, especially for the top monitor. Because of the nature of my top LED monitor I have to angle it down towards my eyes, this means the bottom bezel of the top monitor does not align with the top bezel of the bottom monitor. I'm going to solve this by finding some plastic spacers from my local hardware store and trim them to size.
Highly recommended! it will bear a lot of weight (holds the 27 inch iMac beautifully) and I imagine stability is the reason it is locked down. Recommended.
Quality stand at a great price, the second one we've purchased.
The best bipod on the market so far
High quality rifle bipod that comes at a high price point
They fulfilled my order in a timely manner and it was exactly what I ordered
Very good bi-pod for any rifle shooter planing to shoot form ...
Great product. Helped my back pain from sitting at work all day.
I have 3 flat Samsung 27” monitors. This stand worked perfect to clean up the look on my desk. Very easy to assemble and works perfect!
Must buy for any PRS Rifle
Picked up a second stand and it's just as amazing as the first!!! Rugged construction, easy to assemble and tweaks just perfectly when lining up three monitors!!!
If you want the best, look no further
I had the opportunity to see this product at a gun show before buying so I knew what I was getting when I ordered through Amazon and it did not disappoint. My only concern was that I might receive ...
This stand definitely lives up to the reviews; its craftsmanship is sturdy, and the design seems solid. Its always a little nerve racking mounting a very expensive cintiq (I have the 22hd) on anything other than what was built specifically to hold it. In the end, however, I forget that I ever used anything else. It feels extremely natural to pull the screen down to your lap and work on it at any angle you feel like. I was amazed to find that it held my desired angle even when I was drawing on it (which is the whole point of course).There were two disappointments that I had with the device. The first is that the instructions came somewhat shredded. Almost in a comical fashion. I basically have the outside borders and the middle has been ripped out. Its not floating around in the box somewhere either. Its just gone. Now, this isn't a particularly complicated device and moreover the directions can probably be found online somewhere, it was just annoying. The second problem I'm having is that it wont keep the monitor more than about two inches off the desk. This cintiq is heavy, almost at the limit, but it seems like it should hold to a place I move it. That said, I dont ever have to raise it and it holds extremely well in all the drawing positions I use, which are usually pulled forward into my lap, so its not even a big enough deal for me to search online and see if the fix is somewhere in the missing chunk of instructions.If you use a 22hd with the stock stand, you need this in your life. It feels so much more natural, like the way a cintiq is meant to be experienced. I get full 360 degree rotation at any angle I like, and for that reason alone I can't imagine going back to the stock stand.PS. my setup actually has the arm attached to the table on the right side of my desk instead of the back of the desk. It works just fine. I'll upload some pictures as well.