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North Bayou F80 Monitor Mount $33 (Was $44), H80 $39.05 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU

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The NEW Model F80 has 9kg monitor capacity, easy torque adjustment and super easy flexible positioning. Expires in a day.
Includes Clamp Mount and Grommet Mount options in the box.
VESA compliant 75 x 75, 100 x 100 mm - (Not suitable for RECESSED VESA Mounting points)

H80 from ScreenMounts (fulfilled by ScreenMounts) $39.05 Delivered

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  • I bought an F80 in December last year, when you say "NEW model F80" do you mean there's a new revision of it out that would be different than mine? Or is it just a copy paste description from somewhere

    • The new one is supposed to be compatible with recessed VESA mounts.

      • The OP does seem contradictory then, in saying this is NEW but doesn't support RECESSED. The listing doesn't really shed any light.

        I too bought one I think it was late last year. The word was that it would fit some recessed, but not all. Depends on the monitor. Mine did fit my Dell S2421HS.

  • Tossing up if i should buy 2x of these or a dual monitor arm?

    Hows the quality of this brand?

    • +2

      I have two NB H80s and it works well for me. I imagine sharing two monitors with one pole and baseplate would reduce stability. Sharper angles are also possible with two stands since you can move the poles around.

      • Good point cheers for that.

        Any particular reason you went with H series over F?

        • At the time the F-series still had issues with recessed mounts, and one of my monitors was like that so I took the H80 to be safe. It was also a couple bucks cheaper.

          My only issue with it is that the arm slides on the pole very easily. So while it's more freely adjustable, if you're more of a set and forget person who just wants to save desk space, the F80 might be the better choice.

    • In my opinion, you will have a more flexible set up with 2 single arms i.e you might decide to use 1 single big monitor in the future, or put multiple monitors in different rooms, e.t.c..

  • So what's the quality of these. I won't be moving the monitors once in place.

    • +1

      Mines been great. At $33 it's a no brainier imo.

      The biggest downside imo is its height range isn't great, but I don't have a need for anything all that high anyway. Like your use case, I've positioned mine to how I like and haven't moved it

  • I'd get it but those yellow logos on the clamp area would ruin it for me.

    • +2

      Peel them off. That's what I did

      • Ah right I thought they were those hard raised ones.

    • I put a small piece of black duct tape over the logo, works great.

  • I've got a curved UWQHD Gigabyte 34 on one of these and it hasn't budged. Only had to turn the screw a little - 27s didn't need any adjustment.

    The quality is great, no concerns.

    Those little stickers easily come off with no residue left behind.

    Cable routing isn't the best - it was difficult to get the cables into the slot as they were too thick on one section.

    If you are thinking of getting a dual stand, make sure it has the reach to put the monitor where you want it and to adjust the angle.

  • +1

    I purchased a F100A for my wife, very nice quality, sturdy, great build, strong and the gas strut arms work well. I would definitely recommend North Bayou products to others.

  • Would this work for Dell monitors? I have a S2721DGF and U2713HM.

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