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Quick 4 minute installation, no tools required!
Easy to adjust for optimal ergonomic position
Integrated Cable Management System
Optimise your workspace and lift up your screen
Increase Workspace: Lifting your monitor off your desk can open up increased space and reduce desktop clutter.
Improve Ergonomic Position: Easily move and adjust your monitors position to ensure optimal position with your eyes and body for increased performance.
Heavy Lifting: With a capacity of 44.1 lbs per screen, you can ensure up to 43" screens are easily carried
VESA: Suitable with the most popular screen mounts and available with a laptop holder.
Providing an eye level monitor is crucial. You can maintain a good posture, avoiding neck and back strain. By reducing forward pressure from incorrect screen placement you allow for a less draining and more productive space.
Two joints and hinges provide total flexibility, whilst the in built cable management ensures your desk is safe and clutter free. Solid construction means that our monitor arms will stand up to repeated changes of position and load without complaint.
|LCD Screen Size||38"-43"|
|Weight Capacity||24.3-44.1 lbs per screen|
|Mounting Options||Through Desk: 0.2"-2.4" Desk Clamp: 0.2"-2"|
|Laptop Mount Compatible||Yes, Available Here|
|Product Weight||16.5 lbs|
|Available Finishes||Matte Black, Silver, White|
|Max Forward Reach||25.8"|
The Desky Heavy Duty Single monitor arm will fit any monitor that is compatible with 3" or 3.9" VESA mounts. The VESA mount supplied simply screws onto the back of compatible monitors and easily clips into the monitor arm so you can add or remove your monitor from the arm quickly and without tools.
The Desky Heavy Duty Single monitor arm will support monitors that weigh 24.3 lbs or more. This monitor arm will not work with monitors that weigh less than 24.3 lbs. A gas spring mechanism in the arm works as an adjustable counterbalance to the weight of the monitor for fluid and easy height adjustment. The tension of the arm needs to be adjusted to suit the weight of your monitor.
There is no width restriction with monitors that you can use, as long as the weight is between 24.3-44.1 lbs.
If your monitor weighs less than 24.3 lbs, the monitor arm and gas spring mechanism will not be able to counterbalance the weight correctly and the arm will always rise upwards to its highest position, regardless of any tension adjustments you make. Similarly, a monitor that is heavier than 44.1 lbs will cause the monitor arm to slowly fall to its lowest position. For monitor weights outside of the specified range the gas spring mechanism cannot be set to properly counterbalance the monitor.
If your monitor is within the weight range 24.3-44.1 lbs and will not stay in place once fitted to the monitor arm you will need to adjust the tension of the arm’s gas spring. This is an easy fix! Use the included hex key to adjust the tension control screw on the arm toward the ‘+’ sign to increase tension if your monitor is falling from its set position, or adjust toward the ‘-‘ sign on the arm to reduce tension if your monitor is rising from its set position.
The Desky Heat Duty Single monitor arm can be fitted to your desktop using the included desk clamp or by drilling a hole in the desktop and using the bolt-through mount to secure the arm directly to the desktop.
Yes! This monitor arm can be used with any desk so long as the desktop thickness is between 0.4"-2", using either the desk clamp or bolt through desk installation.
No, this monitor arm will not be suitable. Even if you have a VESA adapter for your iMac this monitor arm requires a monitor weight of between 24.3-44.1 lbs. We do however have the Desky iMac Monitor Arm that is specifically designed for iMacs.
You can read our full article on how to setup and position your monitor arm in the most ergonomic position here. In short:
Height - the ideal height for your monitor is when your eye level is just below the top of the screen. Tilting your head backward or forward can cause neck strain.
Distance - as a general rule, the length of your arm is roughly the distance you want between your eyes and the monitor. This will mean you do not have to crane your neck forward and will help to avoid neck and eye strain.
The base of the monitor arm will not move if bolt-mounted to the desktop or if the clamp is tightened correctly. However, it is not possible to fix the position of the arms in place or stop movement around the joints of the arm if knocked. The monitor tilt adjustment can be tightened so that its positon will not change if accidentally knocked.