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MyFoot
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Mar 21, 2018
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I bought two of these arms back when Hardware Canucks did their review in 2014, so I've had these for almost 4 years now, they've survived multiple moves and have outlasted one of my original monitors . They are wonderful arms, I've currently got a Samsung 34" Curved Monitor on one arm, and a hans-g 27" monitor on the other. Both monitors are heavy, and these arms have absolutely no trouble moving the monitors around if need be. I highly recommend these if someone is on the fence, though I've never used any other arms as I haven't needed too.
Mar 21, 2018
Harleighquinn
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Apr 29, 2018
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I have two LG 34 inch 21:9 monitors, and am looking at getting two of these arms. Which model do you have? The HD or the PC? My monitor is 17Lbs, according to specs, but it’s movie theater wide.
Apr 29, 2018
MyFoot
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Apr 29, 2018
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the PC. The Samsung Curved that I have is 13 lbs (without the stand) while the Monorprice I used to have was 15.
If yours is right at 17, I might suggest the HD in the long run.
Apr 29, 2018
Harleighquinn
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Apr 29, 2018
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I think it’s 17 WITH the stand it’s the LG 34UM95
Apr 29, 2018
Harleighquinn
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Apr 29, 2018
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Okay, I’ve found the dimensions without stand
With stand - width: 33.7 in - depth: 6.8 in - height: 18.5 in - weight: 17 lbs Without stand - width: 33.7 in - depth: 3.3 in - height: 15.5 in - weight: 14.8 lbs
https://www.cnet.com/products/lg-34um95-p-led-monitor-34-34um95pus/specs/
I have the thunderbolt version, but I don’t think there’s much differnece
Apr 29, 2018
MyFoot
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Apr 29, 2018
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The PC has a max of 17.8lbs. So i would suggest getting the HD that way you have plenty of of headroom.
Apr 29, 2018
Harleighquinn
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Apr 29, 2018
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Thanks. The HD is slightly less costly than the PC anyway.
Apr 29, 2018
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