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Ergotron 33-299-195 LX Dual Display Lift Stand black

  • 33-299-195
  • Multi-Monitor Stand

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Multi-Monitor Stand


LCD Size: < 24"
Wt. Capacity: 12–28 lbs, 5.4–12.7 kg
Lift: 5", 13 cm
Tilt: 20"
Rotation: 90° P/L
Description: LX Dual Display Lift Stand (black)
Mounting Standards: VESA FDMI, MIS-D, 75/100, C (hole pattern: 100 x 100 mm & 75 x 75 mm)


Monitors lift and tilt in tandem to maintain position integrity.

CF motion technology provides premium adjustment.

Increases productivity and reduces errors—conclusion of scientific study of multi-monitor workstations.†

Easy to use—simple installation and effortless operation.

Five-inch height adjustment.

Integrated cable management.

Dimensions & Weight

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 5 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 5 years
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  • Jason B.
  • 3/13/2013 5:51:39 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsEverything I hoped it would be

Pros: Stable
Well constructed
Easy to assemble

Cons: Big

Other Thoughts: I really like this stand. It lifts my displays up high enough that I don't have to hunch over to see them. I haven't even bothered trying to adjust the spring tension that some people have complained about since I keep the displays as high as they can go. It accomodates my 2 23" 1080p Dells with room to spare. This is a BIG stand and will dominate a smaller desk.

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  • Craig S.
  • 8/30/2012 9:24:41 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

2 out of 5 eggsHuge

Pros: - Easy to assemble
- Thumbscrews used to attach back monitor mount
- Simple to attach monitors to arm bar

Cons: Pain in the rear to adjust. The arm moves up and down using spring tension which is adjusted using the provided hex screw driver. My monitors were so light that i had to screw for ever to make it work.

Once the vertical adjuster is set you then have to do the same thing again in 2 places so you can adjust the swivel and in my case i had to screw it to the max least resistance on both sides to make it work.

The feet on it stick out a full foot, so make sure you have plenty of desk space.

Stand is sturdy but also super heavy. I installed 2x 24" monitors that weighed 6 pounds each, this stand was overkill for those monitors.

Over all the experience was really frustrating, i felt like was cruising along during assembly but there should be a better way to adjust it.

Other Thoughts: Assembled it minutes

Adjusting took for ever

It works for a stand that you do not have to bolt to your desk.

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  • Tony D.
  • 7/10/2011 6:41:41 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsHigh quality and speedy delivery

Pros: Speedy delivery...High quality parts...Highly recommended...I will be doing all of my business with Newegg based on this purchase.

Cons: Zero!!!

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  • Kerry L.
  • 5/25/2011 9:16:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsThis is IT!

Pros: Extremely well constructed, this thing has a shipping weight of 37lbs and it's every bit of that! Solid metal except plastic housing around the base. Really stable and holds my dual 22" Samsungs perfectly. Remember to adjust the tension to get it just right!

Cons: Foot print of the base of this stand is HUGE. I know it has to be that way for stability but wasn't expecting the size of it exactly. No issue but something to keep in mind. You need ~15.5 inches from front to back to fit it on your desk.

Other Thoughts: The lift height on this is amazing. From the desk to the bottom of the monitor, not tilted, is 8.75" max and 5" min. So the stated 5" of lift isn't measured from the display bezel but from the position of the mount which will not be the same on each monitor. However with that being said it goes high enough for anyone, you would have to be 7" for it to matter much. Buy this thing!

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  • Abed I.
  • 5/5/2011 5:13:16 AM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggs

Pros: This thing has spoiled me.

(see other thoughts for background)

I had to upgrade to something and didn't want to mount anything to a wall. I took a risk with this what with its weight, size, and especially cost. While I did have some difficulty putting it together it was really worth it. It's an excellent piece of engineering. Whether I'm gaming, surfing, or developing, having these screens (20.1" and 21" respectively) parallel to each other, facing me, is a comfort I take for granted. 2 different sizes and makes of monitors become seemless and though it took some getting used to I was ultimately able to make every adjustment I wanted.

It now takes time to get used to other makeshift dual screen setups, it really is just not the same. This stand really brings out the best of a dual screen setup, just make sure it supports the sizes of your monitors.

Cons: After the initial setup... you never recall ever having any sort of gripes with this monster. But that's afterwards. Be prepared to brawl and/or scratch your head over what you're either doing wrong, or not doing well enough.

Other Thoughts: My history with monitors was from a 17" CRT, to another, to a 19" flat panel, to a dualscreen set up with 20.1" widescreen flat panel, and when the 19" screen died I got a 21" 1080p LCD monitor (though I guess it could be referred to as an lcd hdtv). Prior to the 19" dying I was able to place both on a monitor riser from Fellowes. This gave them the proper height for viewing, gave me more desk space, allowed me to put the keyboard underneath the riser. However... the 20.1" monitor from Sceptre would shake when I typed (it had a flimsy stand).

This solved every problem I previously had, the new ones that came up, and added benefits I wasn't even looking for. I still use the monitor riser, I lifted its back legs so it goes snug over the base of this stand. I can still slip my keyboard underneath, too, either partially, or slide it over the base of the stand using the keyboard wrist pad as a stop. This means I have far more desk space than I ever did. (<3 IKEA Jerker.)

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  • Jens B.
  • 10/1/2010 4:06:21 PM
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

2 out of 5 eggsTension adjustment does not work

Pros: Nicely sets two monitors on my desk and aligns them fairly well, helped remove a bit of clutter. You are supposed to be able to adjust the height and tilt of the monitors but the tension feature does not seem to work.

Cons: Tension feature does not work. I have screwen[sic] (Newegg has informed me that s-c-r-e-w-e-d is an inappropriate word) clockwise forever, and tried counterclockwise just in case. Nothing seems to work and since the adjustments are spring loaded for height and tilt I basically have a 2 foot high dual monitor setup that shoots into the sky. I will try to send these back if this issue isn't remedied.

Other Thoughts: Could have possibly received a lemon, could have possibly done it wrong. I installed everything without a problem, but quite simply the tension adjustment is not working and I cannot lower the monitors to a comfortable viewing angle/height.

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  • Gary G.
  • 3/30/2010 5:39:34 PM
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsGreat stand

Pros: Other reviewers talked about bulk and poor assembly instructions. Being in an earthquake area, having a balanced, weighted stand is an advantage. My displays won't fall over unless it is violent enough that it won't matter. There are only four screws required for the stand assembly, and four thumb screws for each VESA mount to the display. It assembles in five minutes with a large Phillips screwdriver. It takes less desktop footprint than two displays with their own stands, looks far cleaner, allows perfect screen adjustment and alignment. I have had two of these stands for years, and just assembled my third today with a pair of 24" ASUS displays.

Cons: Wish these were cheaper.

Other Thoughts: Once you use a two headed display, you can't go back.

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  • Bill W.
  • 12/28/2009 7:44:17 AM
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsPretty

Pros: It's kind of like having a large german guy sitting on your desk putting your monitor in any possible configuration with precision and accuracy.

Cons: It's kind of like having a large german guy sitting on your desk.

Other Thoughts: I use a lot of these arms and am very impressed at the quality of engineering and production ergotron continually displays.

There is no way to avoid having a large and deep desk if you intend to support two 24" monitors from a single tower.

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4 out of 5 eggsVery Good

Pros: Sturdy. Monitors tilt in tandem. My decision to buy was based on the fact that the monitors tilt together which is a feature that I really wanted. Engineering is first class as reflected in the price. Easy assembly.

Cons: Does not get low enough. Big footprint. Had to shim to get monitors to line up.

Other Thoughts: This Ergotron LX2 is the most over-engineered monitor mount I have ever seen. The variable spring loaded“ friction” system that allows instant height adjustment of 5” is an example of over-engineering but it is neat. Total adjustment range is good but I wish it would go a little lower. From the bottom of my 22” Acer the lowest it will go is 5” above the desktop which is not quite low enough (I had to raise my chair to compenstate I’m 5’9”). It will rise up to 10” which is really too high. I have the feeling that I paid a lot for the adjustment system that is unnecessary because I will only adjust it once in my lifetime. A simple friction lever would have worked while taking off a lot of weight. This mount weighs in at an amazing 32+ LBs!!

The only reason I am not giving this 5 Eggs is the huge footprint. Front to rear the mount stick out a full 16” from the wall leaving little desktop space in front. At 19” wide the feet forced my mouse way out to the right. Overall I am very happy.

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  • Timothy A.
  • 12/5/2008 7:28:07 PM
  • Ownership: 1 day to 1 week
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsExcellent product, mediocre instructions

Pros: First rate build quality. Other purchasers have noted that Ergotron makes quality hardware, and my experiences mirror that estimation.

The unit was packaged well. The parts are built to last, look good and fit together well. Their tech support department responded quickly to my two support phone calls, and both of the techs I spoke to volunteered their personal phone extensions for return calls.

I will look for the Ergotron name in future purchases, and probably will select Ergotron instead of a competitor if choosing a product in a market that they serve. It's tough to do much better than that, from a company's standpoint.

Cons: Other reviews led me to expect more from the documentation. I suspect that someone at Ergotron likes the "picture only" technical docs that can be used for international markets without paying $$ to a translator. So, the instructions for this product do include text, but very little -- instead, lots of pictures and diagrams.

The "picture only" docs for my toner cartridges work quite well. Unfortunately, the "picture only" Ergotron docs didn't work for me. The drawing for 2a, for instance -- bottom left of page 2 of 12 -- prompted my second call to tech support, and the tech said that the drawing didn't make sense to him either. (!)

Further, consider a review posted earlier here at newegg. 'ash' noted that he didn't like 'the star-shaped piece of black plastic that goes between the mounting plate and the monitor,' and McLovin pointed out that these are only used for inset vesa holes.

I think that Ash's confusion is the result of the mediocre docs!

Other Thoughts: Might a kit be possible to upgrade this unit to an LX-3, for three monitors? The LX-2 and LX-3 might be more different than I think they are, but if they aren't, and an upgrade kit were available, it could make life easier for customers and win sales for Ergotron.

In closing, I want to emphasize: excellent product overall. I'm happy I bought it, and would recommend it to others.

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