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The plastic interlocking parts in the center are loose. If the adjustable legs began to spread too far apart, caused by vibration when moving it, the whole thing will collapse. Try the Kantek Mobile CPU Stand; it looks more sturdy. I am going to order one to see if it is better than two Huanuo's I have now.
Update: I received my two Kantek CPU Stands. This product was made in Taiwan. It is 1000% better than the cheap garbage made by Huanuo. Kantek is strong, sturdy, and, although no tools are required, it is held together by real metal screws. If you bought Huanuo, send it back; you got cheated!!
I was not happy with this. Firstly, it has a set specific arrangement of widths that you “click” between, as opposed to a freely moving system. This meant that my pc, which fell between two “clicks” could not fit in the smaller one, and fit so loosely it would slight out while pushing for the larger one. Additionally, the structure would not effectively handle the weight of my pc, and constantly need its rubber pads fixed or just have its wheels not move at all. This was with a fairly standard Pc case (fractal arc midi r2)
I have a small Mini-ITX tower case that is 7.5" x 11" x 10" (WxDxH). This CPU Stand is not really made for smaller size PCs. I'm not sure that it would even work for larger PCs.
The description says that the width is adjustable and it is. But the adjustment is not fixed. There is no way to force the plastic "arms" to remain in the adjusted position. So, every time we move the CPU Stand, the "adjustable arms" or "base" of this stand expands and opens back up and the PC starts to fall off of it.
There is a link to get support from the company, but the link is broken, so no help there.
Frankly, I would have returned this, but the Amazon Return Window closed and now I am stuck with it.
Maybe in theory this can hold 22lbs, but I'd say it would not be functional with that much weight on it. Once assembled it just feels flimsy. I wasn't expecting much for what I paid, but these casters are more like skids in that they will not turn once just a bit of weight is applied. I have some spare office chair casters that I thought I might try to trade out, but the stems are too large for the sockets on the bottom of this. Jury is out on whether or not I will keep it or return it. If I keep it I will relegate it to one of my lightweight small form factor computers that doesn't need moved often.
I think the product idea is great! Im the type of person that takes big care of his things and don't criticize much but with this product you get what you pay for. Its extremely weak... I wanted to use it for my gaming computer that weighs about 15lbs and I can forget it. My daughter is using it for her home schooling computer that weighs about 5lbs. Do not spend money on this.
The idea is great and for a smaller narrower and or lighter computer, it probably would work great. Though it fit on mine, it was to close (1 click away) from the separation point. In other words, it's adjustable to the point where it comes apart by design. So it's a good idea and a decent product IF your PC case is not too wide.
Super easy to assemble, but if you have a heavy computer case or a case with an irregularly designed base, this won't work for you; it has problems staying the chosen position and quickly buckles under any substantive weight. Cheaply made junk.
The casters are hard to press into the holes (and you can't just put weight on the platform to press them in as the contact point of the caster is not coaxial with the plug - you will most likely break the hole).
This stand didn't work for me with my full size tower PC on carpet. The stand didn't grab the tower enough, so when I was trying to roll the PC on carpet, I just pushed the PC off the stand.