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3M Adjustable Monitor Stand, Height Adjusts 1 in to 5 7/8 in, Holds 80 lbs, 11 in Space Between Columns, Silver/Black
Contemporary design with stacking columns raises monitor from 1" to 5 7/8" in increments of 1 5/8" to an ergonomically correct level. Features 11" of storage space underneath to maximize desk space. Great for laptops, printers or monitors up to 80 lbs. No-skid base keeps stand in place.
Contemporary design with stacking columns raises monitor from 1" to 5 7/8" in increments of 1 5/8" to an ergonomically correct level.
Features 11" of storage space underneath to maximize desk space.
Great for laptops, printers or monitors up to 80 lbs.
Non-skid base keeps stand in place.
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23 of 24 found the following review helpful:
Excellent product. As described,Dec 25, 2008
Measure the base of your screen before buying. Two sizes are available. This product frees up space on your desk. I purchased two. I'm very happy with this product.
16 of 16 found the following review helpful:
Simple, nice-looking, height-adjustable monitor standJun 02, 2012
By Jon & Taylor
Recently, I tried to mount my two 24" Asus monitors on pivoting monitor arms. When I found out that my monitors didn't have VESA mounts on the back, I had to scrap that idea. So as a plan B, I chose to get two of these adjustable-height monitor stands. Specifically, I purchased an extra-wide one for my main monitor, and this more regular-sized one for my second monitor.
I like the two stands very much. The monitors had different bases on them, so I have one at 1/3 full height and the other at 2/3 full height. (In case you are wondering, these stands can adjust from approximately 0"-4.5" in height by 1.5" increments.)
The two stands together, along with my black monitors, look classy and were easy to assemble. For a relatively inexpensive price, I highly recommend these if monitor arms or other mounting solutions will not work for you.
15 of 15 found the following review helpful:
Perfect for my needJun 19, 2009
This stand was perfect for my Dell flatscreen. Although it is plastic, it is very sturdy and the price was very reasonable compared to others I looked at.
17 of 18 found the following review helpful:
met my expectationsOct 07, 2012
I'm 6'2, so any monitor that I've bought has always been too short for me.
This monitor stand did the trick. But, one word of caution, is that I had
to use the highest level (about 5 inches), so if you need more height
extension then 5 inches, you might want to look at alternatives. For me
the 5 inches was perfect.
9 of 9 found the following review helpful:
Nice Little Adjustable Monitor StandFeb 23, 2013
By C. Maka
It's a fine, durable, easy to set up monitor stand. The materials feel of good quality and it looks perfectly fine (although I agree that it would be nice if the legs were black; still, the silver looks okay). I chose this model in particular because of the stands that had decent reviews, this one started with these least elevation, which worked out great for me because it turns out I only need one level of riser. The legs grip the desktop well but it's also pretty easy to lift up a little and slide around to suit your needs. Recommended.
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