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Freestanding Quad Mount

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  • Quantity: 99
  • Weight: 19.55 Lbs
  • UPC: 881493005136
  • Vendor Part #: VFS-QVFS-Q

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 MSRP: $449.00
 Our Price: $277.99
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ManufacturerAtdec Pty Ltd
Manufacturer Part NumberV-FS-Q
Manufacturer Website Addresshttp://www.atdec-it.com
Brand NameAtdec
Product NameVISIDEC Freestanding Quad Stand
Product TypeDisplay Stand
Product UPC881493005136
Technical Information:
Monitor SupportUp to 24" LCD Monitor
Weight SupportUp to 25.30 lb
Physical Characteristics:
Form FactorFloor-mountable
Dimensions16.61" Width x 12" - Footprint
Package Contents
  • VISIDEC Freestanding Quad
  • 16 x M4x10mm Screws
  • 16 x M4x12mm Screws
  • 16 x M4x16mm Screws
  • 1 x 2.5mm Allen Key
  • 1 x M8x50mm Screw
  • 16 x Extension Clip
  • 1 x 5mm Allen Key
  • 8 x Cable Ball
  • 4 x Cable Clip
  • Additional Information
  • 360°Portrait/Landscape adjustment
  • Horizontal and vertical adjustments
  • Features +/-40° angular adjustment
  • Maximum height to center of top display 29"
  • Distance from center of pole to rear of display 4"
  • Supports a maximum weight of 25.3lbs per display
  • Suits 3" x 3" and 4" x 4" VESA mounting hole patterns
  • Warranty:
    Standard Warranty5 Year


    Submited By: W. Ma on 10/30/2008
    I purchased 2 of this (Atdec Visidec Double Vertical mount) to set up 4 20" monitors in a flexible way, the product is solid and works great. Makes it easy if I want to go for 6 monitors - just get another one of this and set it up.

    Worth of mention is the superb customer support from Atdec. In one of the box I received, the mounting hardware was missing. After a quick phone call to Atdec North America contact number as listed on atdec.com, Mark from Atdec immediately ordered the parts for me and followed up with an email for the UPS tracking number. I received the missing part within 3 days.

    I am satisfied with the quality of the Atdec product and especially impressed with Atdec s superb customer support. Will be looking for the Atdec brand in all my future mounting hardware needs.

    5 of 5 Stars!
    Submited By: C. Robinson on 02/05/2009
    This is the worst stand I ve ever used. The extrusions are cheap and have play in their fittings, and adjustments are very complex. Each monitor requires six hex bolts for adjustment with two different sized wrenches (fortunately included).

    The problem starts when you mount the monitors. Most stands include a small bracket that you attach to your monitor, that then clips onto a mate on the stand. With this stand, you have to bolt the monitors directly to donut clamps on the arms. You can remove the clamps, but then putting them back on is a real pain as you struggle to hold the monitor and find/tighten two buried hex bolts inside the donut. To top it all off, there are thoughtfully included small plastic extension tabs to reach wider VESA screw mount hole locations, but the tabs are small and loose, and easily slip off the donut clamps while you try to mount the monitor!

    Worse still, my monitors are half the weight limit (only 13 of the 25lbs supposedly supported) and yet the arms sag unless I torque the bolts down so TIGHTLY. This makes adjustment very difficult. There s a ball joint in each donut clamp for rotation and angle adjustment, but that s worse - it has four small hex bolts that adjust its tightness, and if you can adjust it, it sags. If not, it still has play.

    You could remove the monitors and do the adjustments more easily, but then how would you know where you wanted them? And that s tricky anyway because you have to unscrew the four screws, remove cables, etc. That assumes you even have access to the back of your desk (I don t) and that you think monitor removal is a good idea whenever you need to adjust their locations (I don t). I got my monitors "close" to where I wanted them, then gave up.

    Height adjustment is the worst. As soon as you start loosening the bolts, the arm slides down, and you have to either hold the weight of two monitors with one hand, and tighten the bolts back up with the other, or dismount your monitors (8 screws, wire removals, and all that hassle), and GUESS where the arms should be.

    A steal. (From you, I mean.)

    1 of 5 Stars!
    Submited By: Jason Rowley on 06/16/2009
    The Quad panel works great, but plan to have someone around to help set it up, as well as make adjustments. While it s not impossible to do it yourself (I did), it took much longer than it should have. Most of the time was spent making adjustments.

    It s sturdy and looks great. My girlfriend keeps asking me if I m working on my tab with four 24" LCDs.

    Another hint is to have room to get behind your desk. It s not easy to rotate back and forth. Luckily, I set my corner desk up about a foot away from my window. If your desk is up against the wall, plan on more time to rearrange stuff.

    4 of 5 Stars!
    Review Average: Amount of Reviews
    3 stars, based on 4

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