|Product Dimensions||95.5 x 24.89 x 11.38 cm; 3.12 Kilograms|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MR1-TP|
|Item Weight||3.12 kg|
WELL WENG Bamboo Dual Monitor Riser with Adjustable Length and Angle Desktop Stand 3 Shelf Storage Organizer for iMac,Printer,Notebook,Xbox one,PS4 (MR1-TP))
- Finished by eco-friendly and sturdy bamboo board,its regular weight capacity is up to 80lbs.
- Raises your monitor to a comfortable viewing height,while reducing neck and eye strain.
- More space on your desk,you can put things like papers, cable box, gaming devices and other stuff under it,making your desk clutter-free.
- This stand is great for dual monitors,laptops,printers,TVs,gaming consoles,DVD players,stereos and more.
- Super easy to assemble,just several steps for the installation.Size:23.6″-37.6″W x 9.8″D x 4.5″H
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3 Shelf Monitor Stand Riser with Adjustable Length and Angle.
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By Mistress of Yaoi on 30 October 2020
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Reviewed in the United States on 18 January 2020
Its.....actually......perfect. No wobble, not tilt, not warp to any piece of wood. It literally took like 2 minutes to screw together. The felt stickers i got with mine work absolutely fine. I'm not planing on moving my stand often, so meh.
My only gripe, and this isn't the seller/maker's fault really, is that I figured they'd be wider. I've got a single 27" monitor in the middle and assumed my 8" monitor speakers would fit on either side. Yeah that's a hard no lol. The side steps simply hold a few desktop plant greenery.
Reviewed in the United States on 8 July 2019
Reviewed in the United States on 10 March 2021