Amazon.sg:Customer reviews: ErGear 22-35” Premium Single Monitor Stand Mount w/USB, Ultrawide Computer Screen Desk Mount w/Full Motion Gas Spring Arm, Height/Tilt/Swivel/Rotation Adjustable, Holds from 6.6lbs to 26.5lbs
To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we do not use a simple average. Instead, our system considers things like how recent a review is and if the reviewer bought the item on Amazon. It also analyses reviews to verify trustworthiness.
Apesar de que dice que resiste hasta 12 kg...le colgué un monitor de 35" de 7 kg y con trabajo lo soporta....fue mucho rollo para que no se estuviera cayendo la pantalla...ya que el peso vencía la cabeza que lo sujeta...y siempre termina venciendo....aun ajustando al máximo la tensión del cabezal... El peducto es bueno....viene completo y funciona bien...pero no soporta el peso que mencionan...y eso para mi es un punto muy negativo...porque yo lo había comprado justamente por eso...
The one and two start reviews had me hesitant at first. Those that complain about height adjustment, don't understand how to set it up. Don't try to adjust the height tension until you install the monitor. Everyone was getting too antsy. The one review where the guy shows it not being able to hold a 13lb monitor doesn't know how to adjust the tension apparently. It is a bit odd, make sure to pay attention to which way it says to spin the bolts because it is counter-intuitive. I saw a couple of people complaining that it was missing plastic pieces to cover holes, but those people had the arms installed upside down. My apple display is 23lbs and the arm holds. For the price, I don't know what more you could ask for I guess. The one complaint that I can see, is that the monitor droops/leans down. I don't notice this because of the apple display, it allows me to tilt up to counteract it. The hardware it comes with is kinda janky, really soft. I'm using it, but I probably wouldn't buy another one.
The monitor arm is very well designed and solid/sturdy as other reviewers state.
However, my monitor is sagging on the TILT mechanism slowly, and reaches the lowest position after about a day. The arm itself holds the monitor fine, it's just the small tilt adjustment piece that won't hold.
For reference, my monitor is a 21lb 32" curved monitor (not ultrawide).
The sag developed slowly over time and the tension adjustment is at it's maximum tightness setting. It took about 30 days for it to completely fail. It just droops down to the lowest point immediately now. My recommendation is, if you're at maximum tightness on the tilt setting, return it while you're still able to.
If you have a lighter monitor, this is an EXCELLENT arm. I love everything else about it except the tilt sag.
I like this monitor arm, but it's just not quite strong enough to be stable with monitors within the upper range of its advertised weight limit. It is supposed to support displays weighing up to 26 lbs, but my Apple Thunderbolt Display (which weighs 23 lbs) seems to be a little too heavy for it, and I can't tighten the joints enough to keep the display from drifting from the positions I place it in. I wound up purchasing a more robust model of the same brand (EGSS9) that is rated for up to 44 lbs, and that one is working much better for me. I think this one would be fine for a lighter display, but it doesn't quite cut it for the heaviest displays it purports to be designed for.
I'm using a 35" 16.6 lb monitor, which is 10 lbs below the rated limit. Despite this, the monitor sags slightly at the tilt mechanism. Trying to tighten it just causes the nut on the opposite side to spin with it. I tried again before writing this and now I can't turn it at all, so I'm not sure what's changed in the last few weeks. Even though it sags, I haven't noticed it get worse.
The rest of the mount is sturdy and easy to position. Tension is easy to adjust as well, though you have to push the arm down a bit to insert the Allen wrench.
came in scratched til kingdom come. it looked like some one used it to fight darth maul who had two of these. it literally felt like it wanted to take revenge against him too. the base was poking out the box when i received it. nothing more than three pads of brown paper towel and a layer of cellophane to cushion the delivery. not worth the price for me since i now have to repaint it.
I have a 34" Alienware ultrawide monitor with this stand, sitting comfortably in the middle of the recommended weight at 15lbs. It has no problem moving left, right, up, down easily but the tilt isn't great. I don't think it's possible that tightening it any more or less will fix the problem, but it takes a lot of effort to tilt the screen up and if I just barely brush the bottom with my hand it tilts down immediately. It's holding still when left alone, but I'm afraid I'll end up cracking the screen or something when I have to tilt it back up because of how much force I have to use. If I didn't tilt the screen so frequently I'd just tighten that so it can't move at all, but I need it to be mobile in all the joints. It just doesn't feel like a strong enough part unfortunately.
Bought arm to hold my 34" ultra wide curve monitor. Arm is well built and overall does the job well. The arm only gets three stars because adjusting the tilt is not easy. it just doesn't stay at the angle I want no matter how much I tighten it. It is too bad as everything else is solid, but this is an important factor that it fails on.
It is a great arm with a terrible tilt. I have a 27 inch monitor, 9.6 lbs. Be prepared to adjust the tilt with an allen wrench if you want it to stay at that degree, and when you do adjust the tilt, the tension you set on the arm can possibly be moved causing you to re-adjust the arm to your preferences.
TLDR: The arm works well if you do not tilt, but if you do then be prepared to re-adjust the tension again.
This stand works pretty well and is quite sturdy, but I am unable to keep my 34'' monitor totally vertical. After adjusting it, the monitor stand will make some creaks and inevitably tilt downwards a small amount. I believe that this is due to how the product is designed, with a decently sized gap between the receiver slot and the tab that it connects to. I emailed support asking for assistance and never received a reply, so I have knocked this review down to 3 stars.