The Command Single Monitor Arm mixes an aesthetic design with functionality to help you keep your desk de-cluttered while improving your ergonomic position.
Effortlessly adjust your screen to your required position in either a horizonal or vertical format. The detachable VESA plate makes installation a breeze by allowing you to lay your screen face down while fixing the VESA plate to the back followed by clipping it into the monitor arm.
The cable tubes running along the bottom of both the upper and lower arm are easily removed allowing you to push cables inside. The covers simply clip back on.
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- Gas spring perfectly counterbalances the weight of your monitor
- Built-in spring gauge for perfect weight adjustment
- 360° Rotary VESA plate for more viewing experience
- Cable management keeps everything organized
- Both grommet and desk clamp mounting available
- Detachable VESA plate design enables easy installation
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What’s the difference between the clamp or through desk mount?
The clamp mount which is most popular and easiest to use simply attaches around the back of your desktop and can be tightened by hand. The through desk mount will require an 8mm hole to be drilled in your desk which makes it less ideal if you wish to move it at a later stage.
2. Can this be mounted to a dividing screen, post or wall?
Yes, however you’ll need to contact us to special order this part. Please contact us via email on [email protected] or call us on 07 3102 4842 and we’ll help you out 🙂
3. Can I use this with a laptop?
Yes, you’ll need to purchase our universal laptop mount here.
Assembly is quick and simple. We recommend allowing 10 minutes to get this fixed to your desk with monitor mounted. View our assembly video below for a detailed overview.
4. Where is the cable management system?
You will be able to hide your cables out of sight by snaking them along the underside of the arm. Cable covers snap over your cables to hide them. Just be sure to leave some slack in your cables so that they can move freely with your monitor arm.