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NB New F160 Dual Monitor Full Motion Desk Mount with Gas Spring $61.60 Delivered @ Amazon AU

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Popular dual monitor arm is back again - Amazon lightning deal

TWO MONITORS AT ONCE: Dual monitor stand F160 will give you a higher level of productivity. Two monitor arms will increase your opportunities by giving you one more monitor for your needs.

FULLY ARTICULATING MOUNT: Both arms of the desk mount can be easily adjusted anyway you would like. Your two screens will have 360 degrees rotation, tilt angle +35° to -50°, swivel 180°+

COMPATIBILITY: Dual monitor mount fits two screens 17" to 30" in size and up to 9kg in weight each with 75 x 75mm or 100 x 100mm VESA mounting holes.

DESK CLAMP OR GROMMET: You can choose one of two available ways of installation - C-Clamp or Grommet mount. The diameter of the hole in your desk must be between 10mm-50mm and your desk thickness must be between 20mm - 95mm

INTEGRATED CABLE MANAGEMENT: Keep your power and AV cables clean and organized with our cable management system

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  • +1 vote

    Does this work with monitors that have a recessed area (e.g. Dells that have a little square cutout for the mount)?

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      I think it works with some, but not all. I believe there were comments saying that it works with the S2721DGF on a previous thread.

      Edit: It works with my own S2417DG which has a recessed VESA mount

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        how about 2721d

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          I have the F100A with the dell 32dgf.
          No issues with mounting it.

    • +1 vote

      I had to file down the metal to make it fit my Acer predator.

  • +8 votes

    I've actually bought this and then decided to return it. Just my thoughts, having a laptop and pc on the study, this means 4 cables alone for monitor display, bring on the 2 power cables, this becomes a bloody mess in terms of cable management.

    I used 24inch Dell monitors and because the arms share the same base, the only time the monitor comes next to each other is when it takes up half the table space (in front of your face). This doesn't work if you have a table against a wall as the arms will need some space.

    I ended up buying two single arms from NB and it worked like a charm. Also it helped with my cable management.

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      This is the general consensus. Two F100A, seperated as far as you can.

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        Unless you have heavy monitors, two F80 would suffice (and would be much cheaper).

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          Indeed, but even with a 27" I find a F100 is barely enough.

          It may have the weight rating, but sturdiness is my #1 concern, and it's 100% worth the value to me to spend some more on rigidity. I watched a mate buy a F80 and find it notably less stable than his stock mount, so he returned it at a loss and went for a F100A instead.

          YMMV. That's my 2c.

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            @runean: I ended up buying 2 H80 arms and they're fine for my 27" and 24", a little wobbly if i hit the desk and there's no lock for 0 degree tilt but it works fine enough for how much it cost.

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            @runean: I have 2x F80, an H80 and an H100 (pole version of the F100A). Tbh, I don't really notice any stability difference between them (with my monitors). But as I said, it really depends on the weight of your monitors.

            But I'm pretty sure F100A is completely unnecessary for a 24" dell monitor! (which is what raiseyoursteaks said he is using) :P

    • +1 vote

      @raiseyoursteaks can you share a photo of your setup? I am in a similar situation

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      Yeah I have one of these and it's decent, but I'd recommend 2 single arms instead. Especially if your desk is up against a wall.

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    Would this work with a xiaomi ultra wide and a dell s2721dgf side by side?

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      Would also like to know this

  • +7 votes

    Newsflash. F80 will be on sale Monday @ $35.20.

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      same time same place?

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        Dont know exact time but will be on Amazon. Amazon denied the H160 going on sale though. (WHYY)

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      Is this confirmed? Happy to wait for 2 F80s (or F100s if they ever go on sale)

      • +1 vote

        Thats what emailing screenmounts got me. You can ask them too if you want.

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        Would like to know this as well, much prefer the f100 for the added security

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          So… there will be some others on Monday.

          Also, I can say Boxing Day.

  • +4 votes

    Obligatory: Buy two single arms instead of one dual arm. Most people who buy a dual regret it

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      Why is that? I was going to buy this one https://www.amazon.com.au/gp/product/B07DM7N5BH

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        Because it is much more flexible with the arrangements, side by side, stacking vertically, using 1 monitor instead of 2 etc. The one you posted is considered 2 single arms with a lot of height adjustability so I would recommend something like that more. I'm using the same structure but product from Ergotron HX arm as they can hold heavy monitors or 2 monitors with 1 arm.

        • +1 vote

          You cant stack F80's vertically. Its simply not tall enough.

    • +1 vote

      Bought 2 H80's, theyre not the same as a single H160 haha (height not sufficient for 2 monitors stacked vertically.

      • +2 votes

        Yep I think there is some confusion:

        For horizontal arrangement (eg. F160), two singles are better than a dual, because of restricted placement with the two arms being anchored to the same point.

        For vertical arrangement (eg. H160), a dual mount is perfectly ok, and probably the way to go - the arms are separate vertically on the pole, so don't have the same issues with restricted movement like a horizontal arrangement. (They are anchored to the same location on the 2D plane of the table, but will be at different points vertically - so they aren't actually coming from the same point on the pole)

        Hopefully that is more clear! :)

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    Great comments thread!

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    Any f80 deals going?

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    Looking for the H180 please

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      If you stack SB and Zip, it comes within $2 of the prev best price. Might just shoot for it because I need one soon…

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    wanted the f100a

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    I use an adtec dual-arm and I love it. But I would buy 2 singles next time.

  • +1 vote

    If your monitor is already a bit too close to your face for your liking, will these monitor arms help? Or likely just make it even closer? My desk is kinda small and monitor is already pushed to the back of the desk but still a bit too close

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      they will help bring it further back

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      Same situation and would like to know this too

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      I have it on my Ikea desk, love my setup.

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        I would be careful if your tabletop is honeycomb filled (hollow) rather than solid. If your monitors are too heavy, the mount can pierce the desk surface (hollow), and fall forward:
        https://www.reddit.com/r/pcmasterrace/comments/4lymbr/lpt_do...

        IKEA site says (assume it applies to the tabletop itself):
        “Particleboard, Fibreboard, Honeycomb structure recycled paper filling, Acrylic paint, Acrylic paint, Plastic edging”

        You would want to sandwich the tabletop between two solid bits of wood, etc. My desk (Idasen) is honeycomb filled, and that’s what I have done (even though I have three single mounts, rather than a double mount, so perhaps I could get away without it).

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    Does the F100A fit recessed VISA mounts of the Dell S2721Q?

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    I can vouch for this product, have been using it for over two years with two 24s without a glitch.