Sanus Dynamic Desk Clamp Mount VMD1-B1
Ultimate flexibility to position your display.
- Arms swivel and extend for exact display placement
- Portrait to landscape rotation
- Gas spring technology to effortlessly change height
- Hinged cable management cover
- Heavy-duty, yet sleek, forged aluminum arms
- Maximum range of fingertip tilt forward and back
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Position your Cinema Display for optimum ergonomic benefit at home, in the office, or at a healthcare facility.
The Sanus Dynamic Desk Clamp Mount delivers the ultimate flexibility in positioning your display. The arms swivel and extend providing a wide range of motion for perfect monitor placement, plus portrait to landscape rotation.
- Wide range of motion for maximum positioning flexibility
- Arms swivel and extend
- Effortless dynamic height adjustment using gas spring technology
- Tool-free, hinged cable management covers snap easily around cables for a clean, professional look
- Sleek design of forged aluminum arms stylishly masks heavy-duty construction
- Centris extreme tilt provides a wide range of fingertip tilt—up to -10° forward and up to +75° back
Did You Notice?
Easily shift your display from landscape to portrait mode.
- Weight: 5.45 lb./2.47 kg
- Height: 6.5 to 14.7 in./16.51 to 37.34 cm
- Length: 2.09 to 19.9 in./5.31 to 50.55 cm
What's in the Box?
- Sanus Dynamic Desk Clamp Mount display arm
- Four M4x14mm bolts
- Four M4x25mm bolts
- Four M10x5.3x10 bolts
- Warranty: 10 years
- UPC or EAN No.: 793795523853
- Mfr. Part Number: VMD1-B1
- Note: Compatible with all displays using VESA 100 by 100 mm layout and weighing between 5 and 25 pounds (2.27 to 11.34 kg).
Most Useful Reviews
Will not work with 27" LED display.
- Written by Daniel V from Derry
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No. It is only rated up to 25 lbs.
- Answered by Lee V from Woodbury
- Jul 26, 2011
- Asked by Philip R from Dallas
- Apr 18, 2012
Yes. I'm, using it that way. You will probably need to adjust the tension screws so that it keeps the monitor in place (that is what they are for) since the display is at the upper end of the rated weight. …More
- Answered by Antonio T from Dallas
- May 4, 2012
Using this stand with a Thunderbolt Display, what is the lowest that the bottom of the display can be placed above the work surface?
- Asked by Marshall B from Solana Beach
- Aug 1, 2012