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Amazon This is the one I use. Works really well as long as you don’t need to adjust the height often (need Allen wrench to loosen a bolt). Also I drilled a hole in my desk to mount it since I couldn’t use the clamp.
This is the one I have on my 34" VIVO Single Monitor Desk Mount Fully Adjustable Articulating Stand/for 1 LCD Screen up to 32” (STAND-V001M) [link]
On the vertical monitor I have the same stand but the shorter version
I recommend it. It's been working well for me for over a year, however, I had a different setup before with the monitor pushed forward and with the weight of the screen it put some strain on it.
I think I was pushing it to the limit though and it didn't break!
I have a Vivo Desk mount and its prefect. It says up to 27" but that's not true. You only need to worry about weight because 75 X 75 & 100 X 100 mounting holes are always the same. It holds up to 22lbs and my 34" LG 34UC79G is 14lbs without the stand.
This is Amazon Canada but it'll be on Amazon.com as well.
I'd recommend a solid VESA mount to free up desk space like this one one could go more expensive, but this is just a cheap decent one to stop the massive base from and Ultrawide taking up all your room.
I can not drill through the desk so what about a mount that clamps shut like this
Could i mount it upside down or would it not be weighted properly with the larger clamp plate on the bottom. I would be mounting it on the front side of the overhang instead of the back
This brand has dual/modular mounts I believe, but the one linked below is not. I purchased this one last year and am extremely happy with it. Have it mounted on a my desk's shelf (upside down).
Reviews from Amazon here: [link]
Would pick up another myself if I had the cash!
I recommend it! It's a little sketchy (since the monitor is over the weight limit) but once you get the monitor on the arm it's fine: https://www.amazon.ca/gp/product/B00YJEQ83G/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1.
The yes, that adapter plus a nice desk mount will work just fine. This is the mount I use, and I love it [link]
Vivo Desk Mount
This is a link to the mount. It's very affordable and strong.
This is the arm im using. :D
Here's a link for the arms.
Depending on how you want to have them set up and the size of your monitor, if you're running 2 24" monitors, you'll be fine with either choice, if you're running 2 27" monitors, the dual mount may only allow you to have them both parallel and limit how much movement you can do with them.
I personally have this solo mount and it works great for me, I also have this dual mount, however I'm still waiting on my 2 monitors to use this mount, but since it's the same version as the single mount, I'm 99.9% sure that it'll be just as great as the solo mount.
I would almost recommend a dual mount in any case because then the transition between monitors can be more fluent when working on them, but it's all dependant on how you want to have them set up
just from the looks of them I have these two: