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Very hard to stop monitor droop without powertools
on 8 November 2015
I have been using this for about a year now and once you have it all set up it is fine, however setting up is not easy.
The screws at the bottom are fine and easy to get the main pole attached to the desk (especially if you have someone helping you keep it upright and in place). However attaching the monitors is quite a bit trickier! Firstly you need to have super strength to tighten up by hand the bolts so that the arms don't slide down the centre pole or the monitors don't droop when you let them go. I ended up using a drill to tighten them up.
I would advice having another person with you to attach the arms... I didn't and it took aaaaages.
My other issue is that there is no horizontal slide on the side arms. So you cannot bring the monitors together without bringing them forward. This means that if you have monitors that are smaller than 27" and want them to sit flush next to eachother then you cant have them at the back of the desk.
Also I couldn't get any of the cable holders to fit in the locator holes so threw them away.
I would personally advise buying two single monitor arms so that you can get them positioned perfectly in isolation.