Triple Lift Arm Desk Mt Black

$216.89

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  • Features -
  • Centris Fingertip Tilt provides smooth tilt adjustment in all directions
  • Adjustable tension in individual pivot points; touchscreen compatible
  • Clamp option allows mount to be installed from the top of the mounting surface
  • Multiple mounting options - edge clamp, grommet clamp, and grommet thru-bolt

Brands:

Chief

Product Code:

B0017XT8FC

Availability:

In Stock

KCB110B Finish: Black Features: -Ergonomic solution for the home or office providing excellent adjustability. -Centris Fingertip Tilt provides smooth tilt adjustment in all directions. -Adjustable tension in individual pivot points; touchscreen compatible. -Clamp option allows mount to be installed from the top of the mounting surface. Product Type: -Desk mount. Color: -Silver. Tilt: -Yes. Screen Size: -30 Inches. Number of Screens: -1. Universal Mount: -Yes. Ergonomic: -Yes. Weight Capacity: -25 Pounds. Generic Dimensions: -Note: Mounting surface maximum thickness: 3.2'' (81 mm), grommet hole size: 0.38''- 3'' (10-76 mm). -Minimum Depth: 2.19'' (55.6mm). -Overall dimensions: 14'' H x 10'' W x 4.2'' D. Specifications: VESA Compliant: -Yes. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -14 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -10 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -4.2 Inches. Adjustable Height: -Yes.


Product information Product Dimensions 0.88 x 5.63 x 7.63 inches Item Weight 15.85 pounds ASIN B0017XT8FC Item model number KCB110B

I've used this LCD arm for a month now and couldn't be happier. It extends up to 27 inches from the mounting point on the desk which is a huge amount of distance to be able to move your monitor between. I love being able to place my monitor at the exact location I want to view it at depending on how and where I am sitting. The build quality of this product is top notch and the setup was very easy.

One suggestion to mention about adjusting your LCD arm. If you are mounting a heavier monitor to this LCD arm, be sure to tighten the screw located direct behind the back side of your monitor as tight as you possibly can. Otherwise, your monitor may dip a little bit like mine did at first. If this seems unclear, you'll know what screw I'm referring to once you get the LCD arm in your hands.