|Item model number||K001575|
|Item Weight||5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 10.2 x 15.8 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||12 x 10.2 x 15.8 inches|
AmazonBasics K001575 LCD Monitor Riser
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- Set the height of your LCD for a comfortable computing experience
- With fingertip effort, raise or lower your display, pan left/right, tilt and rotate
- Weight adjustable 6-16 lbs., screens ≤24”
- 5” monitor height adjustability
- Monitor portrait/landscape (360°)
- +25/-5 degree
- 270° right/left pan from base
- Vesa 100 x 100 & 75 x 75mm
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Lcd monitor riser designed for effortless positioning of a computer monitor or TV display (up to 24 inches)
enjoy a range of monitor positions - 5-Inch height adjustment; 360-degrees portrait/landscape rotation; +25/-5 degree; 270-degree right/left pan from base
compatible with displays up to 24 inches using VESA mounting standard 100 x 100 mm or 75 x 75 mm hole pattern (VESA mis-d); on-board Allen wrench included for adjusting weight and tilt
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Be advised that the stand can't be 'locked' into a final position. Instead you adjust the friction on the slides to accommodate heavier/ lighter monitors. HINT: Get your monitor into desired friction BEFORE you attach all of the cables. The height adjustment must be made in the same pass through slot where you will be feeding your cables.
You will be using the thumb screws that come (included) with the stand, as it will be impractical to use a screwdriver to get to the (included) Phillips screws.
The cable slot is a nice touch for keeping things organized when raising and lowering and rotating the display.
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I have a Fujitsu Siemens LCD monitor that has no height adjustment (and limited screen angle) so I had to bolt a shelf to my (Swedish flat packed) desk to get it to the correct height for viewing (it's actually a couple of inches too high). While this gave me some extra room on my desk, it wasn't the best solution. The shelf also gets in the way of the AmazonBasics Single Monitor Display Mounting Arm.
As with other Amazonbasics items, the packaging is cleverly kept to a minimum, while providing protection. The monitor stand comes in two parts. In a sealed, three compartment plastic bag are the various bolts for setting the monitor stand. They are labelled as well to avoid any confusion. There is a small, multi language instruction booklet that explains how to set up the stand and adjust the springs. The English part runs to 12 pages.
On the underside of the base is a long allen (hex) key, with a wide handle (they call it a wrench). Do not lose this. It is used for bolting the riser to the base and adjusting the strength of the two springs that control height adjustment and screen angle.
When the base and riser were bolted together the whole unit weighed 2.216kg. The framework is all metal, with exterior cladding of matt black plastic that looks better in real life than I thought it did from the product photos.
Swapping over stands with the monitor was simple. My donor monitor has screw holes 10cm apart so I was able to use the four thumb screws to attach the screen. There is also an option to use four 10mm screws if you don't want to use the thumb screws (extra security). If your monitor holes are only 75mm apart, then you must only use the 10mm screws, not the thumb screws.
Once together, I did have to adjust the riser spring, as the screen wasn't heavy enough to allow height adjustment (it kept going to the highest point). Once that was done, I removed the desk shelf, plonked the unit on the desk and plugged the monitor back in, remembering to feed the cables through the hole at the base of the riser to keep a tidy desk.
Because the riser has a solid metal skeleton and springs, the base is on the large size, but this is needed for monitor stability. It's flat, but no lip, so you could put something on it if necessary. I ended up going with the full five inch height and this matches well with the Dell 24" monitor that's beside it. I also tried the swivel option, rotating the monitor 90° so to view my Facebook or emails (the setup I have at work). The rotation was smooth and no hint of wobble. I'd expect this riser stand to easily handle a 27" monitor (though I didn't have one on hand to try out).
If your monitor doesn't come with an adjustable stand, or you don't have room or means to attach a (single/double) monitor mounting arm to your desk, then this may be what you need.
The problem seems to be that the arm is quite a bit heavier compared to the light base, and the arm attaches itself to the base using two short allen bolts, which isn't secure enough to provide the necessary stability.
“Does what it says on the tin”.
There ought to be a cheapo spanner supplied in addition to the Allen key to fix the vertical position tightly