Gabor MD-BD13B Dual-Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arms (Black)

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Gabor MD-BD13B Dual-Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arms (Black)
Key Features
  • Mount Dual 13-27" Monitors to a Desktop
  • Twin Dual-Segment Arms
  • Multiple Points of Articulation
  • Attaches via Built-In Clamp
The black Gabor MD-BD13B Dual-Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arms allows you to mount two 13-27" monitors side by side. It frees up valuable desktop space by conveniently attaching to your desk via a built-in clamp. It also enables personalized monitor placement for improved safety and comfort over conventional monitor stands. This desktop mount incorporates two dual-segment arms with multiple points of articulation to provide a full range of motion, making it easy to adjust your monitors' horizontal position, tilt, swivel, and roll.
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Gabor MD-BD13B Overview

  • 1Description
  • 2Twin Dual-Segment Arms
  • 3Multiple Points of Articulation
  • 4Attaches via Built-In Clamp
  • 5Frees Up Valuable Desk Space
  • 6Integrated Cable Clips
  • 7Compatible with Recessed VESA Configurations

The black Gabor MD-BD13B Dual-Monitor Desktop Mount with Articulating Arms allows you to mount two 13-27" monitors side by side. It frees up valuable desktop space by conveniently attaching to your desk via a built-in clamp. It also enables personalized monitor placement for improved safety and comfort over conventional monitor stands. This desktop mount incorporates two dual-segment arms with multiple points of articulation to provide a full range of motion, making it easy to adjust your monitors' horizontal position, tilt, swivel, and roll.

Twin Dual-Segment Arms

Twin dual-segment arms support your LCD computer monitors for independent lateral movement. The arms can be locked down with the included 4mm hex key to prevent your monitors from accidentally swinging out of place.

Multiple Points of Articulation

Multiple points of articulation provide a full range of motion. Tilt, swivel, and roll your monitor to optimize its viewing position to minimize neck and eye strain.

Attaches via Built-In Clamp

The MD-BD13B easily attaches to most desks up to 2.4" thick, and only requires 2.5" of mounting depth on the underside. Simply tighten the clamp around the edge of your desk, no tools are required.

Frees Up Valuable Desk Space

This desktop mount frees up valuable desk space, so you have more room for all the important things you need, whether it's your phone, books, picture frames, mice, keyboard, and more.

Integrated Cable Clips

Integrated cable clips in the twin mountings arm help to organize your monitors' cabling, guiding them along the arms and close to the shaft to help maintain a neat appearance.

Compatible with Recessed VESA Configurations

If your monitor's VESA mounting configuration is in a recessed area of your monitor, you can use the included spacers and extra-long mounting screws to attach it to the mount.
UPC: 847628581043

Gabor MD-BD13B Specs

General
Supported Screen Sizes13 to 27" / 33.0 to 68.6 cm
Number of Displays Supported2, Side-by-Side
Load Capacity17.6 lb / 8 kg (Per Arm)
Mounting-Hole Pattern75 x 75 to 100 x 100 mm
OrientationLandscape, Portrait
Desk Clamp Compatibility2.4" / 6 cm
Adjustments
Rotation Adjustment360°
Tilt Adjustment30° (-15 to 15°)
Swivel Adjustment180°
Height Adjustment22.8" / 58.0 cm
Max Arm Extension Length16.3" / 41.3 cm
Physical
Weight7.5 lb / 3.4 kg
Packaging Info
Package Weight9.05 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)21.3 x 9.5 x 3.3"
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Unfortunately, no. The mount for each monitor comes off a single mounting piece on the column and, while you can move them forward and back independently, they only move up and down as a unit.
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How far will the arm extend from the mounting pole?
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Each arm extends about 14 inches from the pole to the middle of the monitor mount. It is enough distance to accommodate two 24 inch wide screen monitors.
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Date published: 2019-05-09

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Will the clamp fit through a 2.5 inch hole? My cubicle backs up to a wall, i'd have to insert the clamp into the extra cable hole in the desk.
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I agree with Jays answer. The long upright post can be separated from the cross member arms that support the monitors. This will make it a lot easier to manhandle it. I would also suggest (using a small Allen wrench) take the locking screw (the long screw and plate that support the stand to the table) apart. This will then make the piece that goes through the desk a simpler C shape. (If you have mechanical aptitude or you have someone who has, this should be quite simple). Worst case, BH are nice about returns. It's quite well made, I'm happy with it.
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I have a glass desk that fits the width requirements, but I'm curious whether or not anyone has mounted it on glass? Any issues?
Asked by: Bryan E.
I have it mounted on a small glass top desk, it comes with a small rubber pad wich you just stick on the bracket to tighten. So far it holds good! No complaints.
Answered by: Oscar C.
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Can anyone tell me the outer diameter of the pole this mounts on and if if the height can be adjusted quickly (uses a clamp or other quick release, not screws)?
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It looks like I missed this email, caught it when cleaning up my inbox. But if the info can be used for future buyers, I am happy to respond. The standing support is 1 1/4 Dia., and yes the bracket that supports the arms has a lever (as shown in the picture) that can easily be adjusted up or down. The question wasn't asked, but the standing support is 16 tall. Hope this helps!
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Date published: 2018-08-25

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What's the difference between Flush Mounting and Recessed mounting on this mount?
Asked by: Josue V.
On some monitors, the threaded mounting inserts (that the bolts screw into) are recessed, rather than flush. The mounting hardware included with this item has plastic spacers that allow those types of monitors to be used with this mount.
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From the center of the monitor, what is the max height?
Asked by: Cody
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