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BlitzWolf BW-MS2 Monitor Stand with Pneumatic Arm 32" US$34.19 (~A$45.09) Shipped @ Banggood AU

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BlitzWolf BW-MS2 Monitor Stand with Pneumatic Arm 32" Monitor 360°Rotation, -85°~+90°Tilt, 180°Swivel, Adjustable Height and Cable Management - Black drop in price after coupon delivered from an Australian warehouse.

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Model: BW-MS2
Size:567mm: 310mm
Net Weight: 3.5kg
Rotation: 360° Rotation, -85°~+90°Tilt, 180°Swivel
Head Type: Quick Release Design
Screen Size: 15" to 32"
Load: 2-8kg
VESA Standard: 75x75mm, 100x100mm
Mount Ways: Clamp Mount
Mounts Desks with a Thickness: 10-99mm

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    Safe for a Dell s32

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      Screen Size: 15" to 32. Load: 2-8kg"

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        I got that and can see dell is 7.4kg, just wondering whether in practice its safe, don't think can count on Blitzwoof or banggood to help out if it fails.

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          I’m not sure you can count on the OP either. OP?

        • +4 votes

          I'd say a nope for a Dell of that weight and here's why (hopefully this makes sense via text).

          I've got the alienware aw3821dw and it's 7.9kg, but caused a lot of creaks on the arm and twisted it a fair bit.
          My 27" BenQ shown on my review of the MS2 is 6.9kg but had no issues at all.

          It's not just the 1KG difference.

          Dell loves to use their own quick release for stands so typically you can't put a vesa straight onto the back and need to use riser threads to clear the recessed section of the rear shroud.

          This causes the monitor to be further from the vesa plate and mounting point than if it was directly on the back.

          Plus a curved monitor will be placing even more weight away from the mounting points.

          …..

          Note, I do have the stand going horizontal to the desk as shown in the vid. If you don't have your desk against a wall and could have the a going away then towards so there's no twisting on the riser joints then there's be less stress but I presume most have it against a wall.

          Hopefully that helps!

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            @camshandez: Thanks for the info. I've been looking all over to find a solution for my Precision 5720 AIO. It has the same recessed section but I cannot find any adapter. Any ideas? Thanks.

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              @Sfh1975: You don't use an adaptor as such, the vesa stands come with some spacers and longer thread screws to allow the plate to clear the recessed section :)

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            @camshandez: Thanks for the video actually was thinking how would I set this up when my desk is right against the wall

            I also have a cheap black desk, mine has the steel frame on bottom close to edge off desk, I think your desk is the same say steel frame 20cm in of ends off wooden top, wondering if your desk is like mine will the clamp be an issue cause of the petruding steel frame on bottom

            Now I'll go and check the weight of my 32inch monitor lol

            edit: wow now I'm worried, 7.54 kg without the stand, haven't bought it yet it's the Philips 328B1 32inch 4K monitor, maybe find a stand that could support more than 8kg, anyone else in the same situation as ill be having my desk against the wall

            • +1 vote

              @Italkdigital: I can measure how much the MS2 requires on the underside when I'm home if that's useful but it's pretty much the same clamp as all the arms I've had.

              Tried to link a different stand and realised I didn't click the non affiliate on Amazon app.
              https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B005C24OP8/

              I bought that one in the end as it's rated for 15KG.

              Had to really tighten the height adjustment to ensure no movement but given it has minimal components compared to a pneumatic I was much more confident with it holding the weight.

              There are pnumatic out there with Higher weight ratings but yeah the prices are astronomical

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                @camshandez: Having the choice too move around the monitor were ever you want is surely handy,.

                Yeah I'll have too measure how much of a lip there is on my desk, but if the BW-MS2 stand clamp can clamp over the top and desk and frame then that should do it, the desk cost me $50 so I'll invent some timber blocks underneath too sandwich the frame part so the clamp has more too grip onto from the bottom side of desk

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    How does this compare with the popular NorthBayou NB F80? Anyone have one of these?

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    Do they have a model for 34" ultra wide? I can't find any.

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      If you are not going to use your monitor vertically I can't see why this one won't work for you, most 34" ultra wide weight around 6kg (without monitor stand).

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        My xiaomi is pretty close to 8kg

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          Pretty sure monitor alone weights less than 6kg as mine is a Xiaomi too, mounted on the NB F80.

          Edit : Just googled it, 5.8kg to be exact.

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            @davidl820: May be a different model, mine is 7.7 or so without the stand aparently.

            I'll double check when I'm home, a cheaper stand would be nice.

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          My 32inch I want too buy is just over 7.5 kg

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    H80 is same same with this one.
    H80 on Amazon for 42$ , better get NB

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    Does anyone have recommendation for triple monitors mount?

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      I use this and an MS4

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    I use the North Bayou F100A for the Dell S3221QS. Might be a bit overkill but works great. Wish the F100A has quick release plate.

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    obliged to ask this: Can the Xiaomi 34" use this?

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    Do you think this will support Dell 34 Curved Monitor - S3422DW. its special these days.

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    Does anyone use 2 of these side by side for dual monitors, on a desk up against a wall? I am wondering if they stick out behind the stand (so cannot be used when the desk is up against the wall) or can the arms be directed left for one monitor and right for the other.

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      Ahh I can see in camshandez's video review above that he has the stand arm going horizontal to the desk.

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        Yes for desk flat against wall, two singles are the best.