Monitor Arms & Stands

Our range of fixed or adjustable computer monitor arms and stands for the desk offer solutions suitable for both CRT or LCD devices. They are designed to raise either flat screen or traditional CRT monitors to a suitable working height. This addresses the posture need of users, reducing the risk of developing neck strain and creating a more comfortable workstation.  Our portfolio offers flexibility of configuration. Dual monitor stands and mounts, triple or quad monitor screen mounts are all available as options. In addition to free-standing monitor screen risers, fixings can include clamp, through-desk or wall mount and many include cable management to keep cables tidy.

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Options for Multiple Monitors

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Ascend monitor stand

Price from: £183.70 (Ex VAT)
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Stream Plus Monitor Arm

Price from: £101.07 (Ex VAT)
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X-Stream Post Mount Monitor Arm

Price from: £117.46 (Ex VAT)
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X-Stream Monitor Arm

Price from: £117.53 (Ex VAT)
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LeBloc Computer Monitor Stand

Price from: £5.39 (Ex VAT)
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Q-Riser 100 Monitor Stand

Price from: £44.95 (Ex VAT)
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Q-Riser 130 Monitor Stand

Price from: £64.95 (Ex VAT)
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Q-Riser 140 Monitor Stand

Price from: £74.95 (Ex VAT)
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CA7 Meta Monitor Arm

Price from: £179.95 (Ex VAT)

Flo Monitor Arm

Price from: £149.00 (Ex VAT)

LCD Desk Stand

Price from: £72.00 (Ex VAT)
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Adjustable Acrylic LCD Monitor Stand

Price from: £54.00 (Ex VAT)
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