Sturdy base for 2 monitors, took me a while to do it on my own, but if you have an extra hand when mounting your monitors get that extra help, other than that, the stand is completed in a good 10-15min assembly screws, cable clamps everything in one package just tighten some bolts and adjust to your requirements.
The weight of the monitors plus the difficulty of using an Allen wrench to tighten the clamps is not a good combination to changing the height of the montior stand on the fly.For the price and the solid build quality, I'd recommend this to anyone who wants a dual monitor setup without the desk clutter.
It does the job but to adjust and get the tilt to hold is not too easy, and I think left and right arm are not leveled so monitor is about 1/4 inch difference in height.
I use dual monitors for my daily work, before I purchased this stand it was hard to see around or over one of the monitors.Now that both monitors are one on top of the other my desk has a much cluttered feeling and I can see more.
The monitor is non-vesa.
The stand says it can hold 17.6 lbs but it will not hold my monitor straight.
The product says it can handle up to 2 - 27 inch monitors so the fact that 2 - 24 inch monitors were causing this problem was to say the least disappointing.
This mount says it's holds 22 lbs per arm what it doesn't tell you is that it's only possible when the grommet is used.
I have two acer monitors on this stand and had to reduce the height of the monitors because the stand would fall over when I added the extension.
I purchased this for my two 25" monitors, but the stand wasn't able to support the weight and was falling forward.