Great quality and great price
I gave this product five stars as this product ultimately fit my needs well and the Customer support I needed to make it work for me was excellent. While I agree in a perfect world the brackets that allow the monitors to tilt forward and back could be more secure I was mounting a 27" monitor that did not have the standard VEISA connection centered on the monitor so I have to get a special bracket which still resulted in the monitor attachment point to the support arm being below the center. However with a little elbow grease I was able to tighten it and keep the monitor from tipping forward and once is was set it has stayed just fine. My other 23" monitor stayed where I wanted it just fine with little effort. Because I have two different size monitors and the mounting location for the larger monitor was off center in order to set the larger monitor whare I needed it the smaller monitor was lower than I wanted and was blocked if I wanted to have my laptop screen active. The folks OHOPE worked with me to provide me a new separate mounting bracket such that I was able to disconnect the right arm from the original bracket that held both arms and reinstall the right arm at a higher elevation as can be seen in the attached pictures.
The sturdiness is awesome. easy movement for adjusting to my view is great, I didn't even really expect. also, the clips for hiding cords was even a surprise
Bought for my wife who is working 100% remote, kind of caught off guard by her new company, as they sent her everything she needed to work, including two monitors. I was transitioning to a new position where I would have to go to work, and she would be taking over my home office. Needed something quick and fast to get her set up.This was pretty easy to set up, the directions were pretty clear, but it was very straight forward once you get the base attached. The base is wide, and appears to be able to handle the monitors without leaning or being worried about it tipping over. Just make sure you're holding one side steady as you (or someone else) puts the other monitor on. There are adjustments on both sides where the monitor is dropped in place to adjust the height an inch or so.The allen keys/philips head combo tools that come with it are fine, but if you have your own tools, it is much, much easier. It's nice that there are slots in the stand that can store them so they're accessible in a pinch.Two weeks she's been using it, and aside from a couple minor adjustments here and there, it's stable.I will say, the right monitor sleeve (where the monitor sets in with the connector installed) wiggles a lot, but it's just the right side for now. The tolerances could have been better to where this isn't too much of a problem, but for a budget setup, it will do the job.I am sure I will upgrade her desk in the near future with a built in monitor stand, but for now, this does the job really well. Use your own tools to assemble if you have them, make sure you crank them down so they won't budge or drift, but it's still cheap Chinese-made materials, you can strip them out with enough behind it.
easy to assemble, heavy and durable