Desk-Mounted Single Monitor Stand with Gas Spring $39.95 Delivered @ ScreenMounts Amazon AU

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North Bayou C-Clamp Desk-Mounted Monitor Stand with super duper Gas Spring action. Suits 17"-27" 2kg-6.5kg Monitors.

This has only just dropped in price, EDIT: While objectively this seems a reasonably good price, the evolution for 3rd-party pricing on Amazon AU shows this has been lower more recently (thanks to @tango1). Also note it has been this price on their eBay listing for some time (thanks to @dude from moon) where it can be had for $37.95 with coupon PATPAT. The Phantom missed all this the first time around which is unusual for such a super guy.

Note the Dual Monitor version was popular in this recent post.

Make sure you check the Technical Drawings in the last image to ensure it will suit, esp for height. Also check others in the range.

AU reviews and more extensive US reviews.

No idea how long it will last. Don't forget CashRewards/Shopback/etc to make it even more super duper.

NOTE: It's been marked as expired but it's still available on eBay as mentioned above.

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    Got two of these. One with a laptop mount for my 17inch Alienware, another for a monitor. Damn good stands.

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    Shouldn't you have posted this deal as well?

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/482290

  • +1 vote

    Very happy with the dual mount version from previous deal, makes single mount look expensive at $17 less

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      How big are your monitors? Are you able to have one of the monitors kind of angled a bit, rather than having the two monitors front facing like in the pictures?

      • +1 vote

        Could get two of these and angle however you want.

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          Never thought of that, probably would be better for me as I planned on mounting 2 different sized monitors. Works out cheaper too.

      • +1 vote

        i also just installed the double mount yesterday for my 27" and 23". Very sturdy, and very adjustible. Only gripe i have is that the tilt adjustment is a little stiff.

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          On the single arm mount you can adjust the tilt stiffness by taking a plastic cap off and using a hex key to loosen/tighten a screw under the cap. I'm assuming its the same for the double mount (but can confirm tonight when I set up the one I got from last weeks deal)
          edit: the plastic cap is located where the pivot point is for the tilt.

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        I've got 2x 24" set up.

        Yes, you can tilt them individually

        at the moment, I'm not running dual screen but have one for my Mac and one for my PC desktop, and just swing the monitor in or out depending on what I'm using.

        If I'm using them both at the same time, then I'll position them side by side.

  • +2 votes

    Works well with my Samsung 32 inch curved monitor

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      I have a samsung 32inch as well - its only rated for 27 - even then it works??

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        Yeah. The monitor stand doesnt care about the size of your monitor. Just check the weight limitation.

        This thing can support a 34" ultrawide at 7kg.

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    Can this support 34 ultrawide at 7kg?

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    But it says 17-27 up to 6.5kg? Care to explain?

    • +6 votes

      So you can read!

      • +2 votes

        Let me explain, when it says 17-27 they actually mean it supports a monitor sized between 17 inches and 27 inches and when it says up to 6.5kg they actually mean a monitor weighing up to 6.5 kilograms. Confusing I know, I hope I've helped clarify things?

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    Bought this last week, works great.

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    been looking at this one and the 32" version with the usb hub… might hang out for a deal on the latter

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    Bought another one :P got the 2 arm the other day, got this one for the other office desk :P - Lets hope they are good!

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    it's $37.95 with coupon here on ebay

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    It says for upto 27 inches.
    So, will it work for 32 inch monitor?

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      Ignore whatever size they say. The weight is what's important.

      Rephrasing: The weight range is a better way to determine compatibility. You can generally go larger then the rated size if you're under the weight limit, but check their specs to make sure there's clearance and it's high enough for your needs.

  • +10 votes

    This is not a deal. Its been this price for months. In fact about a month ago it was approx $35. Furthermore there was a lightning deal not long ago where I purchased this for $29.95

    Check the camelcamelcamel price history graph and tick the box that says "3rd party new".

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    I have a glass desktop (metal frame) , my guess is this type of thing would probably crack or break the glass?

    • +1 vote

      Well it's a C-clamp attachment, so you wouldn't want to go bareback but perhaps placing some wood planks on either side might work - but a free-standing monitor stand might be better for you…

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    I’m planning on using this for my simracing rig but for my mouse and keyboard instead of monitor, I’ll just need a bit of DYI for the keyboard plate.

    Can I tighten the arm so that it will not move at all or basically the arm would move as soon I put weight on it? Thanks.

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      I don't own one but my understanding with these gas-spring type systems is that you'll likely have problems - your arm pressure during usage will probably displace it. Even if you fix that the head swivels…

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    Anyone know how wide the mount goes? Been wanting a mount for my monitor but my desk is thiccc

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    Any recommendation for non-VESA Monitor please? Its a 27" to be specific.

  • +1 vote

    Just FYI received this the next day after ordering via ebay. For $40 it's quite amazing. I would have paid $80 for this.

    My only beef is the NB North bayou? logo on the clamp that faces the desk and the thickness of the top of the clamp on the desktop vs the stuff I get form msy which has a lower profile clamp on the table.

    Overall very good value, very high quality. box it came in was good too. very happy with this.

    https://imgur.com/FL3JDmq

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      Is it possible to configure this so the monitor is right above (or close to) the clamp, if your desk is right against a wall?

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        yeah just twist the whole arm so it is parallel with the wall. the pivot of the monitor goes 90degrees

        but why bother with an arm, just use a straight up pole.

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    Got one. Thanks OP.

    Easy installation and perfect for my needs.

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    it's back in stock again

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