AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black
- Single monitor arm adjusts effortlessly for easy use; Works with almost any LCD monitor measuring 32 inches or smaller
- Arm extends and retracts, tilt to change reading angles, and rotate from landscape-to-portrait mode; tilt range 70° back and 5° forward
- Increases desktop space (desk clamp fits desks between 0.4” up to 2.4”); ergonomic positioning for reduced strain
- Easy to set up; built to hold monitor from 5lbs to 25lbs (2.3~11.3kg)
- VESA compatible (100 x 100mm and 75 x 75mm)
- Backed by an AmazonBasics Limited 1-Year Warranty; please read the user manual carefully before using this arm
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2 points • Pomerilly
I agree with the opinion on the stand - it's pretty terrible. I have them both on Amazon Basic mounts.
2 points • d0n7w0rry4b0u717
The AmazonBasics Arm is pretty fantastic. I have 2 of them. One is a 27" and the other is a 32" (ultrawide).
2 points • tommiveceti
it's a just simple monitor arm:) I could have handled the under cables better tho haha
2 points • AManNamedBenn
Yea the single arm is on sale too
2 points • namestartswithaK
Thanks! I used the AmazonBasic premium monitor arm, it's really heavy duty and it's the sturdiest one I've used so far https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MIBN16O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
1 points • RichBlackInk
it’s an Amazon basic and it’s pretty perfect for me. they keep going up in price.. I think it was 98 bucks last Christmas.. I use the laptop tray With mine since the 13hd doesn’t have a mount. I like being able to push it out of the way when I don’t need it but not having to really put it away to keep it safe.
1 points • Anergos
It's not that you want to mount a tv without screws, you want to mount a tv without having to drill holes to the wall. You're still able to use the VESA mounting system which uses screws.
Why not get the typical solution, a high quality desk mount like this.
It supports up to 25lbs of monitors, a couple of 43" I've looked at are ~20lbs without their stand (which you will not use).
1 points • antejan
Single monitor stand with 200x200 VESA adapter plate.
Can’t hold this heavy monitor in air, but keeps it very secure on table. Gives possibility to easily rotate and move around - I rotate it to watch movies from couch and move it closer to play race sims. It’s quite compact, so table could stay very close to wall behind.
1 points • mcthanhalds
It’s the amazon basics monitor arm: AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_LnuuEb9FFXCJ9
It’s definitely on the pricier side but I found it worth it because of its ability to adjust so seamlessly, especially when I change the desk to sit/stand mode. Maybe try buying a slightly used version off amazon and it might be about $30-40 cheaper!
1 points • davidfrz
I have the AmazonBasics arm my Acer X34 and there's only 7 or 8" of space below the bottom edge of the monitor. That arm has a 25 lbs limit.
The LG panels used in your monitor all weigh around 20 pounds so I'd suggest looking at the weight limit instead of dimension limit of arms. And look for one that has a high mounting base pole in the back, I remember seeing a few tall ones on Amazon. That's assuming you want a desk clamp mounted arm. A wall mounted arm would be easier to get the height right.
1 points • TheLrgFries
It looks similar to https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_FLlGEbSKQBWRW. I have this on my desk holding a 21:9 monitor and it works like a champ.
1 points • popular_perception
Will do, like this one? https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_UZZiFbVQAX2AQ
1 points • Lobster86
Thanks. This one: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_wa_apa_i_hF8IFbEY08BM2
1 points • brayjr
Here's mine: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_jOKXEbY50GGH0
Yup full movement. The clamp and gas arm are really strong
1 points • No_Depth_
I’m using the Ergotron LX(same as Amazon Basics Premium) with the new AW3821DW.
AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_1Lp2FbWTNG8QX?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
The arm supports up to 25lbs, while the 38 monitor is only 17.5lbs. Has zero issues keeping it maintained with all sorts of extending, swiveling in my end.
1 points • Phate4219
I often see people use vesa mount arms like this kind of thing so they can move the monitor(s) forward/back or side-to-side. I'm sure the weight of the G9 and your particular situation would determine what kind of mount you need, but there's many different kinds of mount out there so I'm sure it could be done.
1 points • swisky
1 points • Tankbot85
This is what I use on my 34" ultrawide. Will handle a 29" as well with no issues at all.
1 points • BlockBurner454
This is the one I got. Arm
1 points • stefanstiens
It's not mounted to the wall. It's mounted to the desk. Something like this:
1 points • KevinKingsb
I've had this for about a year and a half. Works great, can hold up to 25 lbs with no droop.
1 points • cowmoohard
Oh thanks! Is it this one?
1 points • F0urrings
This is the arm!
AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_fab_VZ1CFb91HZYCV
Trying to find the wallpaper!
1 points • Eyesuk
1 points • eagleslanding
The AmazonBasics premium monitor arm (which is identical to the pricier ergotron version), can do everything you’re looking for.
1 points • verspd
Thanks! This is the 34" LG 34WK95-U. Higher res than traditional ultrawides, but at the expense of being flat vs. curved and being limited to 60Hz. Actually mounted it on the steel frame betweem my windows and ran an extension cord + a DP cable up the left hand side.
1 points • JLebowskiTheDude
Do you mean this one?
Both are very good.
- The AmazonBasics can theoretically support 25 pounds. Theoretical support for the Huanuo is 19.8 pounds. FWIW, I have 3 of the previous version of the Huanuo, and one of the monitors is about 24 lbs. The arm has no issues with it. YMMV. The AmazonBasics can likely support more than 25 as well.
- At full extension, I think the AmazonBasics version doesn't extend as far as the Huanuo. Extend = arm perpendicular to the back of the desk, with gas spring arm parallel to support arm..
- The tilt on the AmazonBasics is very limited. -5 ° to +70 ° . The Huanuo is -30 ° to 85 °. If you plan on tilting your monitor down, this might be a deal breaker.
1 points • Nations112
Is it this one for $122? Couldn't find anything that had "gas" in the name.
1 points • mac404
I had no issues using a standard Amazon Basics single monitor arm with an AW3418DW. It maxes out at VESA 100x100 (no grinding required), and was able to support the weight.
No idea on dual arms that support this much weight on one of the arms and are 100x100 though, sorry.
1 points • ArizCaldo
1 points • LockesKidney
1 points • AlwaysColtron
Any experience with https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Premium-Single-Monitor-Stand/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=pd_sbs_229_t_0/139-3287265-9487025?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B00MIBN16O&pd_rd_r=b812c805-5661-4bdd-b985-36691baac41c&pd_rd_w=vjRDz&pd_rd_wg=d9vwR&pf_rd_p=5cfcfe89-300f-47d2-b1ad-a4e27203a02a&pf_rd_r=ZYRYNZ9SCZ6GE0E4B6H6&psc=1&refRID=ZYRYNZ9SCZ6GE0E4B6H6 ?
1 points • AvMose
I cannot recommend enough the Amazon Basics monitor stand: https://www.amazon.com/AmazonBasics-Premium-Single-Monitor-Stand/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=sr_1_5?dchild=1&keywords=amazon+basics+monitor+arm&qid=1602278876&sr=8-5
I have two of them, one for my ultrawide and another for my side monitor, they're quality
1 points • qazme
Another option I use the Amazon monitor arm on mine - it's great.
1 points • datkern
Thank you! I used the Amazon Basics mount and had for about almost a year I love it. Here’s link
1 points • closedventexplosion
Amazon Basics Monitor Arm $116 - I use it for my AW3418 32"
1 points • abs014000
Looks like an Amazon basics monitor arm. Maybe this one?
1 points • want_prometheustraps
AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_1GODFb8PBNVR4
1 points • Chaseydog
I’ve been using the Amazon basic for about a year and a half with no issues. You need to crank up the spring tension but it holds the Acer 38” just AmazonBasics Premium Single Monitor Stand - Lift Engine Arm Mount, Aluminum - Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_4gRDEbXGMARY7
1 points • BrandonEckert
AmazonBasics Premium Single... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share here you go!
1 points • -SomethingDomestic-
Yeah grabbing a Vesa mount is handy.
I grabbed that and this mount.
1 points • WirelessTrees
Had it for several months and it holds my aw3418dw very well. No wiggle, holds tight, and doesn't sag or sway.
1 points • Wikicomments
I bought this one, which I bought for $90 at the time. There are obviously cheaper alternatives that I was unaware of since I didn't want to do a lot of searching at the time.
Having had this arm, and a few others in the past, I feel all that differs in quality from one arm to the next is the gas spring. I wonder if two different arms that advertised the same holding weight are just using the same spring or not. If they are, then it's just packaging and advertising that differs from one model to the next.
After that, the only things left to set arms apart is the mounting method (clamp, bolt or socket), color, general look, possible adjustment angles (up, down, left, right, tilt, swivel, and rotate is pretty standard on everything), and the built in cable holders.
1 points • sleepy_roger
Have 2 of these in my setup, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00MIBN16O/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
1 points • tyrel1l
AmazonBasics Premium Single... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Just make sure to tighten the spring. There’s a review that shows what you need to do.
1 points • RTRA1N
iMac Pro is the late 2017 base model.
It is mounted on an Amazon Basics arm.
1 points • sonsofaureus
Maybe 2 of these or something similar will do? Be sure to account for needing enough slack in the cables (both power and input) to allow swinging the monitor out of the way.
1 points • IWillThinkOfUsrNmL8r
I used an Amazon Basics arm for my Alienware 34” ultra wide
AmazonBasics Premium Single 32... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00MIBN16O?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share