Monitor stand

Fadburty

Novice Member
Hi all,

I'm looking to buy a third monitor screen, as a result I am looking for a three monitor stand to clamp on the desk.

However, with the space in question Ideally I would like two screens on the bottom, side by side and one on top. However, I am unable to find anything that could achieve this - do people buy two arms and a single one?

If anyone can kindly recommend some products that would be a great help.
 

Carbon 60

Active Member
Hi,

You haven't said what size monitors or whether they have VESA mounts but what you want is a triple monitor pyramid desk mount/stand. Here's three increasingly expensive VESA compatible examples -

Duronic Triple Monitor Arm Stand DM253 £40 sold by Shine-Mart Ltd & dispatched by Amazon UK. Shine-Mart have 98% postive feedback in the last 12 months.

Stand Steady 3 Monitor Mount Desk Stand £112.93 sold by Amazon US via Amazon UK and dispatched by Amazon US.

ErgoMounts UltraView Triple Monitor Desk Mount EMUV435DC £296.36 inc. VAT sold by Continental Limited (Ilyama Monitors UK).

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sep8001

Well-known Member
With the clip on type monitor stand you need to also make sure that the table can handle the weight otherwise the sag or break from the middle. So before you buy anything make sure the table top is made of strong material.
 

Fadburty

Novice Member
With the clip on type monitor stand you need to also make sure that the table can handle the weight otherwise the sag or break from the middle. So before you buy anything make sure the table top is made of strong material.
Hey thank you for taking the time out to reply.

The table is very strudy and able to handle the weight I believe!
 

Fadburty

Novice Member
Hi @Fadburty

Is my post above invisible?
Lol apologise buddy that post didn't appear previously, or I'm pinning it down to a long day at work! Thank you for taking the time our to send some links! I just purchased the first link, the other two seem quite steep!

Hopefully that will be ideal for my setup!
 

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