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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
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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

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Contemporary design with stacking columns raises monitor from 1-Inch to 5 7/8-Inch in increments of 1 5/8-Inch to an ergonomically correct level.

Features 11-Inch of storage space underneath to maximize desk space.

Great for laptops, printers or monitors up to 80 lbs.

Non-skid legs keeps stand in place. Top of base is bare plastic.

Product Details:
Product Length: 12.0 inches
Product Width: 15.0 inches
Product Height: 3.5 inches
Product Weight: 1.0 pounds
Package Length: 20.5 inches
Package Width: 12.1 inches
Package Height: 1.6 inches
Package Weight: 2.55 pounds
Average Customer Rating: based on 576 reviews
Customer Reviews:
Average Customer Review: 4.5 ( 576 customer reviews )
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95 of 98 found the following review helpful:

4Stable, sturdy, extra-wide (measurements below)Jan 19, 2010
By whatithink
This all-plastic stand is wide enough for laptops to fit underneath, but not standard desktop keyboards. I tried to use it for a dvd player (16 3/4" wide) under a 19" LCD TV, but it was not wide enough (spec of 16" clearance before you hit the legs is pretty exact). If you're thinking of having an object wider than 16" to extend past the platform edges, that probably won't work either as the front and back legs are pretty close together - you only have 11.3 cm (4.45") between them to squeeze through.

Legs come off pretty easy if you lift the platform up off the table. It's plenty stable when at rest and in use. It's just inconvenient when picking it up to move it to have the legs fall off.

Measurements: I measured it, and the dimensions given in the description are prettty accurate. The platform is not a true square as all four sides bow out a bit (for style): 20 x 12" are the dimensions at their longest (through the middle). As stated, it does raise the monitor from 1" to 5.875" in increments of 1.625" (1 5/8). As stated, you have almost exactly 16" between the left and right legs to fit a wide object. But not stated, you have just 4.45" (11.3 cm) of clearance between the front and back legs. Trivia: The cross-sectional dimensions of the leg segments: 3.2 x 6.7 cm (with round corners).

Not too expensive at thirty. Looks ok.

48 of 48 found the following review helpful:

5Great value. High quality stand.Nov 16, 2014
This was the perfect solution to raise my Apple thunderbolt display and 27inch iMac. I've actually purchased several of these (for work and home).

They're very sturdy and are adjustable which is nice. There are three different heights. If you buy an additional stand you can add even more height. It's a very simple and effective design. You basically plug and play. It's like legos for grownups. I highly recommend.

88 of 94 found the following review helpful:

1Less than a month old, it is sagging in the middle.Feb 23, 2010
By Traveling the world
First, the design description, which is not complete from the manufacturer: each of the four legs of the stand is comprised of your choice of 1 to 4 plastic pieces. Thus, the monitor stand height has four discrete "settings".

It is large, which is nice, because it also acts as a shelf for a few desk items, and allows the area underneath to be used for more desk clutter.

But, after a month of use, with a 22" widescreen LCD monitor on it, it is sagging in the middle. The problem is that my monitor's base now wobbles front to back with any desk vibration because of the sag in the monitor stand. The sag produces a small gap and it is only supporting my monitor's base at the right and left sides. Monitor's front and back feet are suspended a millimeter or so above the gap created from the sag, which allows it to wobble front-to-back.

At the time of purchase, I felt this was basically an overpriced piece of plastic, but I needed it for better ergonomics. Now that it is sagging, I think it's an overpriced piece of junk. If I had not recycled all the packaging, I would return it.

27 of 28 found the following review helpful:

5Excellent product. As described,Dec 25, 2008
By Martin-Charles
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.

18 of 18 found the following review helpful:

5Simple, nice-looking, height-adjustable monitor standJun 02, 2012
By Jon
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.


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