Reddit Reddit reviews Mount-It! Dual Monitor Mount | Double Monitor Desk Stand | Fits 2 Computer Screens 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 Inches | C-Clamp and Grommet Base | Heavy Duty Full Motion Arms | VESA 75 100 Compatible

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Mount-It! Dual Monitor Mount | Double Monitor Desk Stand | Fits 2 Computer Screens 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 Inches | C-Clamp and Grommet Base | Heavy Duty Full Motion Arms | VESA 75 100 Compatible
DUAL MONITOR MOUNT: Fits 2 computer screens 13 15 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 inches, with a maximum support weight of 22 pounds each, using the 75x75mm or 100x100mm VESA square bolt hole pattern found on the back of the monitors. (measure bolt hole distance in millimeters if unsure of size)FEATURES: Dual monitor desk stand is made of heavy duty steel and aluminum alloy and has integrated cable management clips on each arm to keep your cables organized. Comes with sturdy, double C-clamp and grommet base mounts for desktops up to 4 inches thick.FULLY ADJUSTABLE: Double monitor stand arms can tilt up or down 15 degrees and/or swivel 360 degrees left and right, and both monitors can rotate 180 degrees in either direction for landscape or portrait orientation - without removing them. The height can be adjusted on the middle pole.EASY INSTALLATION: Two monitor stand comes with all mounting hardware, tools, and instructions necessary for assembly. See instructional video for tips on installation and functionality.US-BASED CUSTOMER SUPPORT: Dual VESA mount comes with a 5-YEAR WARRANTY, and our friendly and responsive customer support team is available to answer any questions you may have during normal business hours.
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73 Reddit comments about Mount-It! Dual Monitor Mount | Double Monitor Desk Stand | Fits 2 Computer Screens 19 20 21 22 23 24 27 Inches | C-Clamp and Grommet Base | Heavy Duty Full Motion Arms | VESA 75 100 Compatible:

u/Ickabodlame · 8 pointsr/MechanicalKeyboards

Thanks, I didn't think I would like them so high at first either, but after about a month I don't think I would ever go back. I suffered from neck pain for years and decided to transition both my work desk and my home station to a standing desks about 6 months ago, at home though I wanted a dual purpose desk/workbench so that I could build out a proper solder station for Arduino tinkering. So I bought the cheapest workbench from home depot, threw some heavy castors on it and used this dual arm mount.

was about $150 for the bench, a standing pad, castors, and monitor mount.

u/KineticREBEL · 6 pointsr/battlestations

It's really sturdy too, I used a similar designed double monitor stand but when I got a third monitor I was worried about the arms being so long they sag at the joints, but they don't seem to at all. Just make sure your monitors, especially the mac, have mounting plates on the back. I had to trade one of mine because it had a curved back and couldn't be mounted.

u/Draco_Black · 4 pointsr/battlestations

Yeah it's really strong, they're both 27" monitors, so strong is a plus.

u/Kershek · 4 pointsr/Surface
u/LICKS_CAT_BUTTS · 4 pointsr/battlestations

If anyone is interested in what they are looking at...


u/Timmano · 3 pointsr/bapcsalescanada

I got my duel monitor arm from amazon, was only 44$ shipped when i ordered it. VERY sturdy,

u/crankygeek · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Woops. Amazon auto-affiliated my link. It's one of these. Just need to have standard VESA mounts on your monitors.

u/GrizzlyWizard · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Setup includes:


  • Dell s2316h
  • LG flatron e2260V
  • This monitor stand
  • With these non-vesa mount adapters


  • I5 7700K CPU
  • MSI B250 VD Mobo
  • PNY 128 GB SSD
  • Dell 256 GB M.2
  • 8 GB Ballistix Sport Ram
  • Vivo smart case


  • Ikea Micke desk, slightly modified for the monitor mount
  • Ikea Millberget chair


  • Anne Pro keyboard
  • Qisan mouse
  • Panoramic desk pad, ordered from InkedGaming
  • JBL control one speakers
  • This speaker amp
  • Lacie porsche design 2TB external hard drive
  • Gundam figurine my friend brought back from Japan
  • Plants from Ikea
  • Rizzie the cat

    Edit - formatting
u/fgben · 3 pointsr/DIY

Also as nice as your monitor stand is, for your next iteration you might consider monitor arms:

I've put several of them in, and really like the zero footprint and cable management they offer. I mean, shiiiit:

u/Du6e · 3 pointsr/buildapcforme

Sorry, that might have been a bit unclear, i meant that you could make a gaming build for 3840 x 2160 (4k / 4 times the resolution of 1080p) that would cost about $2500.

Here's something i put together that comes in a bit under budget. You’re going to ‘want’ to get an unlocked chip (can be overclocked) for a high end build. You don’t need to overclock, but you at least have the option to do so in the future. That’s what’s going to give the build some extra longevity vs a build that doesn’t have the option to overclock.

This is a m-itx (small form factor) build that won’t have a problem playing any game on Ultra at 60+fps for a long time with a GTX 1080. The monitors are 25” 1440p IPS panels that have very small bezels so they’ll look good once they’re mounted on a stand. They’ll fit on most desk / wall vesa mounts (100x100mm). I also added a 480gb ssd and a 4tb hdd as requested. The case has a bit of a “gaming” look, but it shouldn’t be too out there for you imo.

Link to monitor mount

Edit: Added a rear exhaust fan (forgot the case doesn't come with one :/).

PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant

CPU | Intel Core i5-6600K 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor | $227.88 @ OutletPC
CPU Cooler | CRYORIG H7 49.0 CFM CPU Cooler | $43.53 @ Amazon
Motherboard | EVGA Z170 Stinger Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard | $123.98 @ Newegg
Memory | Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory | $71.99 @ Newegg
Storage | A-Data Premier SP550 480GB 2.5" Solid State Drive | $112.89 @ OutletPC
Storage | Toshiba X300 4TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive | $136.99 @ B&H
Video Card | EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Superclocked Gaming ACX 3.0 Video Card | $649.99 @ B&H
Case | Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX Mini ITX Tower Case | $72.98 @ Newegg
Power Supply | EVGA SuperNOVA G2 550W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular ATX Power Supply | $82.99 @ SuperBiiz
Operating System | Microsoft Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit | $88.88 @ OutletPC
Case Fan | Noctua NF-A15 PWM 140mm Fan | $20.88 @ OutletPC
Monitor | Dell U2515H 25.0" 60Hz Monitor | $349.59 @ B&H
Monitor | Dell U2515H 25.0" 60Hz Monitor | $349.59 @ B&H
Other| Dual monitor mount| $42.50
| Prices include shipping, taxes, rebates, and discounts |
| Total (before mail-in rebates) | $2384.66
| Mail-in rebates | -$10.00
| Total | $2374.66
| Generated by PCPartPicker 2016-09-16 15:00 EDT-0400 |53 EDT-0400 |

u/its_relo · 3 pointsr/battlestations

Monitors: ASUS VN248Q-P 23.8" Full HD 1920x1080 IPS DisplayPort HDMI VGA Monitor

Mount: Mount-It! Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27", VESA 75 and 100 (MI-752)

u/hugsfordummies · 3 pointsr/InteriorDesign

Yep, I share it with my boyfriend. We both spend a lot of time on the computer at home (working, playing games, redditing), so it was really important to us to have a proper workspace.

We wound up buying two matching monitors (because I'm pedantic like that) and mounting them on one of these. The mount is clamped to the desk itself, which was important, because I didn't want to mount them to the wall, nor drill holes into my table. And the articulating arms allow us to push the screens back against the wall whenever we have friends over so that we can use the whole table top.

Our laptops, miscellany papers and other things that are plugged into the monitors are all underneath the table on two wire IKEA rolling cabinets.

I absolutely love, love, love our setup. We don't distract each other while we're working because our line of vision is blocked by our screens, but we're close enough to play footsies. We have the whole length of the dining table to work, but everything tucks away whenever we have people over for dinner.

My only complaint, is that our monitors have to stay at the same height because of the monitor mount, so sometimes we bicker about the screens being too high (him) or too low (me), based on the way we sit. Not a deal breaker though, for all the other benefits the set up provides. I'm sure that if I weren't lazy I would also be able to find a setup that has independent height setups.

u/Kaaosa · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Found it on Amazon. So far (only had it a day) it's great.

u/StyloV2 · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

Throwing [this one] ( in the mix to consider. I would imagine they are very similar, but I use the one here with two of this monitor and it is fantastic. I'm not sure if the one you linked has the cable management through the post, with an exit hole right above desk level. If so, they are basically the same. If not, I suggest the Mount-It one as it is fantastic. If you have any questions or want some pics, just let me know.

u/Xane48 · 2 pointsr/EliteDangerous

If the table is sturdy you can get one of these and some of this velcro

I have it hanging down from the front of my desk and it's very sturdy. The velcro is also extremely secure, I can rotate the sticks so they're hanging upside down and they can stay like that for days without losing grip. Only downside is that the pole sticks out 18 inches from what it's secured to, and the fasteners stick up 5-6 inches from the surface.

Looks like this

u/tehshortbus · 2 pointsr/DIY

We actually purchased these stands for these desks:

They are shown in the picture. I also thought that I would like they loud keys on mechanical keyboard but I would rather a quieter keyboard at this point.

u/makerecon · 2 pointsr/AskBattlestations

Check out the Mount-It! branded stuff, In 15 seconds of research I believe they have two different 3 monitor offerings. Personally I got a double, and a single(for versatility) from them on Amazon. Sturdy as shit even with 27" monitors, and appear to be of very solid design. The triple I saw was $65.99.

These are the two I ordered for some perspective:

edit: here's the triple version in the same style
and under $60 at $57.99

Just make sure the monitors have VESA mounting points

u/aliensbrah · 2 pointsr/watercooling

I bought this MountIt! monitor stand off Amazon. It's not the greatest in the world, but it gets the job done decently imo. There's a few other similar ones on Amazon if you look at related products.

u/Mayal0 · 2 pointsr/battlestations

It's a dual monitor stand. Specifically this one.

And then I got the same stand in the single monitor version for the right side.

u/Sergalz · 2 pointsr/buildapc

I'd put my bet on this one : . Maybe /u/Krylosac can confirm?

Edit: Krylosac, do you recommend this stand? I might buy it, it looks neat.

u/octovert · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace
u/skilzpwn · 2 pointsr/battlestations

The tower is facing out mostly due to the fact that I sit more man-spread than straight legged. As far as mounting the monitors goes, I've been look at getting a cheap one off amazon:

Would you be able to recommend a monitor mount?

u/danesnick · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Dual monitor arm! Here's the one I have:

This is one of the more cheaper options. You have pretty good options on how you can mount it, and they're fairly solid in terms of build quality.

Just make sure your monitors are VESA compatible.

If you're starved on desk space with your multiple-monitor setup, it's definitely worth it.

u/xQcKx · 2 pointsr/battlestations


I had to cut 3 x 3 x 3 inches into the middle of the upper shelf in order to fit the mount.

u/CharlieTango92 · 2 pointsr/buildapc

2 questions for this monday morning:

  1. Dual monitor stand recommendations? Seems like both Mount It! and VIVO are good - i want something where each arm is individually adjustable. Clamp style is preferred but the option to have a stand would be nice too. I have two u2414h's to mount. Is one clearly better than another? Looking at this VIVO and this mount it! - is one better than another or do any of you have recommendations?

  2. RAM timings - i've got 2x8gb G.SKILL TridentX 1866 DDR3 sticks, and a 4790k. According to PCPartPicker, these exceed the Haswell recommendation of 1.5v, and will be downclocked. Should i return and get something like the 1866 snipers, which are cheaper, or will i be fine?

u/iRunLikeAKenyon · 2 pointsr/pcmasterrace

This is what I use for my two 27" monitors and I love it!

u/KARMAgetsYA · 2 pointsr/battlestations

Sure thing!

I had to make a custom wood piece to get around a metal bar under the table, and disperse the clamping force from the 2 screws. Since this is a glass table i did not want to clamp directly to the glass. Just some particle board and screws. For the cabling, i utilized the built in wire supports on the mount arms, and black zip ties. Kind of a rats nest underneath the table, but i tried to clean it up as best i could compared to how it was before.

My monitor mount is something like the - supplied by my work so not sure the exact product.

u/x_XBombaX_x · 2 pointsr/buildapcforme
u/1905ChelseaBlues · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

I have this arm with a 34" and 27" and it has been great.

u/Zarknox · 2 pointsr/ultrawidemasterrace

I got this one Amazon Warehouse for ~$37:

It holds my 34" (~22 pounds) and my 27" (not sure). They both FIT in landscape too, but just BARELY and with about a 15 degree angle. 29 would defintiely fit. Its very sturdy, I have to really tigthen up the screws that allow for adjusting the monitor tilt but your 29" will probably weigh less than the max 22 pound

consider something like that or two singles.. I still haven't decided which would be better but I'm happy with mine

u/YodaLoL · 1 pointr/macsetups

Love it, is it this and this?

u/good4y0u · 1 pointr/rutgers

i have a question about the desks ..i have a 3 screen setup for my desktop....i am wondering if the dorm desks have a lip at the back where i could use a VESA clap screen mount .... so i could have 2 of the screens floating as opposed to sitting on the desk. i will include the link to the stand below.

thank you all :P

u/braven8 · 1 pointr/battlestations

Of course! Those are BenQ RL2755HM mounted on this awesome dual arm stand

In retrospect I wish I had settled for 25" monitors with higher refresh rates and gsync. They would be more flexible in that setup and 27"x2 is just overkill.

u/harr1847 · 1 pointr/AskBattlestations

I just bought this monitor mount that supports 27" monitors. Its being shipped and I should get it next week. However, my monitors are only 25" so I think I'll have some more freedom than you would, but I think it should still work.

The VESA-to-VESA mount distance is 35". A 27" monitor generally is about 23.6" wide. Assuming your monitors are the same model (and therefore have the VESA mount in the same location), the closest distance you could get them would be the width of said monitor (about 23.6" as a guestimate).

With a 35" spacing and all of the joints on 180° swivels, this mount should be totally fine for you to get the 20° angle you want for your monitors.

u/Rolldawgz · 1 pointr/buildapc

> LCD Size: <= 24"

from the product page

edit: I use this mount for myself and love it.

u/ToLongDR · 1 pointr/battlestations

I have a 5 inch desk :*(

I recently bought this one and the c-clamp was about a half inch too small.

u/whyUsayDat · 1 pointr/wow

Ikea sells poles that can be friction fit to the ceiling. Find a monitor mount you can MacGyver to it and you're all set. The older poles (Stolmen) they used to sell were cylindrical and a basic monitor mount from Amazon fit it nearly perfectly. All that was required was to insert the plastic inserts that came with the anchors that were used to attach shelving and such.. I think the new ikea poles ones are square shaped... You could always buy a stripper pole to make it work or find an old Ikea Stolman pole on craigslist.

You can also use two poles for much larger screens. Even the new system would work with this method.

u/dasamps · 1 pointr/macsetups

Yeah, the arms cannot be on the same level. I got two kits and took the arms off of it. I got this and this. So if I ever want dual monitors I'll put it back together and use both posts.

u/Mr_Assault_08 · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

If you scroll down there should be an area for customer images, one of them has the block I mention. That is what got to think twice about this.

u/SmokierSword · 1 pointr/battlestations

Maybe it was [this one?](! Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27", VESA 75 and 100 (MI-752) I can't tell if you're using a dual arm mount like that one, or two single mounts, like [this.](! Monitor Arm Single LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Fully Adjustable Fits 20 21 23 24 27 30 32 Screens Height Adjustable Tilt Swivel Rotate, Clamp Base (MI-751)

Do let me know if you can, I'm looking to do this exact same setup with an ultrawide center and regular monitor in portrait beside it. Thanks!

u/athropods · 1 pointr/buildapc

There are stands like these that you can clamp onto the edge of your table.

u/dorsey29 · 1 pointr/buildapcsales

Mount-It MI-752 Dual Arm Adjustable Desktop Monitor Mount , VESA 75 for 22-27 Inch LCD Flat Screen Monitors

That's the one that was recommended by lots of people. It works great and was cheap. It's easy to angle the monitors however your want, a little adjustment of the nuts to change resistance and you're set. I have two qunix 27" mounted.

u/CharcoaI · 1 pointr/battlestations

Here's an identical mount from Amazon:

u/Velkyrion · 1 pointr/battlestations

It was just some dual arm mount I picked up off amazon for about $30. It's basically this one.

Unfoturnately, my two monitors are different and have different VESA sizing, so the downside to that stand is I cant change their heights individually to line them up.

u/zakabog · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Those should be standard VESA mounts, you can use something like this to use as one stand between both monitors.

u/themaskyrobot · 1 pointr/battlestations
u/ReppTie · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Here's my input along with links to products.

  1. Put the bed on risers to add storage space.
  2. Make a headboard for your bed. If you're handy, this can be done cheaply. If you're not handy, you can buy one for a reasonable price.
  3. Can the dresser and the desk be swapped? If so, put the desk next to the bed so that you don't wake up to a wall to your right and so you can look out the window while working at your desk. The desk can also serve as a bedside table.
  4. Mount the monitors on the wall to free up desk space. Here are a couple options - two singles and a double.
  5. Re-do the shelves. They have a very garage feel. Some cheap board from the hardware store to even out the sides would make a real difference.
  6. Put at least a picture above the bed on the side that's to your left while sleeping. It should be longer than it is tall. Scenery is good. I have this in my bedroom and I like the effect.
  7. Mount the guitar on the wall.
u/KadenChynoweth · 1 pointr/battlestations

Complete guess from the single picture op posted but I think it's this one here

u/ctrlaltd1337 · 1 pointr/battlestations

It's a discontinued model from Ikea called the Effektiv, but it's very similar to the Galant series (which was recently renamed to Bekant apparently).

There is also an extension, so it comes out pretty far:

Also, both the middle and right monitors are mounted with this mount.

u/AXISMGT · 1 pointr/StandingDesk

If you’re gonna be adjusting them up and down, I’d recommend a double+ single Gas spring stand.

VIVO Dual Arm Monitor Desk Mount Height Adjustable, Tilt, Swivel, Counterbalance Gas Spring Stand | VESA Bracket Arm Fits Most Screens 13" to 27" (STAND-V002O)

If you’re just going to be raising and lowering the desk itself, then I’d just recommend a standard dual + single monitor stand.

Mount-It! Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27", VESA 75 and 100 (MI-752)

u/Mister_Yi · 1 pointr/Monitors

I'm using a really old, shitty desk purchased from Walmart like ~10 years ago and have 0 problems with stability. I was worried for a little while that it was going to just tip one day or even just break the desk but it's been going strong for about ~1.5 years now.

Here's the mount I'm using...

I have a 27" QNIX and a 22" Asus mounted to it and it's been nothing short of perfect. The arms can be titled and move horizontally but the height isn't very adjustable, at least not easily. You basically set it to the height based on pre-drilled holes on the vertical standing arm (the part that mounts to the desk) and just stick a screw in to hold it there. If you want to adjust height you'll have to remove the screw and likely take the monitors off before sliding it up/down. If you want something that's easily adjustable in height, you'll be spending more in the ~75-100$ range as opposed to ~40$ for a less-dynamic model.

It sounds like you may just have a single monitor though... If you have no plans to add another then I'd just get something like the Amazon Basics for 99$ or the Mount-It! for 39$.

The Amazon model gives you pretty much the maximum adjust-ability but it's a bit pricey (not really, other mounts are just cheap). The single arm Mount-It! I linked is a little more adjustable on-the-fly than my personal mount I posted earlier but costs about the same as the dual-mount.

Also, I use a sit-to-stand desk at work and love it. I get pain in my lower back from my terrible posture and generally can't sit still too long without getting up to walk around a bit. Being able to stand and work whenever really helped limit my back pain and I love being able to move about. The downside is that they're pretty damn expensive... For a reference, we have Ergotrons where I work.

If I had to guess I'd say it was this model specifically. That whole 'desk' mounts on your actual computer desk and can be raised/lowered and adjusted in all sorts of positions.

edit and now that you've got me looking into all of this again, I'm thinking of upgrading to something more adjustable like the Amazon Basics mount but a dual-monitor version. IMO just skip the cheaper model and get something more dynamic like the Amazon mount.

u/Ayatakaneiro · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace
u/pogidaga · 1 pointr/DIY

You should get a dual-monitor arm mount. It will give you so much extra space on your desk to do activities.

u/Bals2oo8 · 1 pointr/hardwareswap

Mount-It! Dual LCD Monitor Desk Mount Stand Heavy Duty Fully Adjustable Arms Fits 2 / Two Screens up to 27", VESA 75 and 100 (MI-752)

u/Nabrolean_Bronaparte · 1 pointr/pcmasterrace

Y'all need vesa mounts. They free up a ton of space on your desk, provide the best view adjustments, and really aren't that much money or work.

u/ElectricWizerd · 1 pointr/battlestations

I didn't want to spend a lot of money in it so I got this one at 47$ from Amazon.

u/welpplayedtb · 0 pointsr/DIY

I'm talking about this
And there are no holes in the back that I know of. They are monitors without the 4 screw holes.