Delivery: 5 - 7 working days
Assembles In: Under 15 Minutes
Assembly Difficulty: Easy
Max Weight Capacity: 4 KG
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Metalicon Equipment and Accessories - Metalicon | Libero Twin Rail Gas Monitor Arm
The Libero gas lift monitor arm is a durable but slim line and aesthetically pleasing arm. Monitor arms offer DSE compliance benefits and can help to reduce the frequency of staff absence due to headaches, backache and other MSD issues associated with office working. The Libero can be provided with an optional through desk fixing and takes screens between 2kg-10kg. An easy use, fully flexible and aesthetically pleasing monitor arm available in white, black and silver.
- Please note this is for the quick fit dual upgrade for libero single arm
- Dual arm attachment available in black only
- Above desk clamping
- Takes screens up to 4kg and 27" in size
- Hinges allow individual monitor adjustment
- Quick release VESA plate
- Through desk option is available
- Discreet cable management system
- Easy thumb turn screws
- Ergonomics and workstation posture certified
- Arm available in Black, White and Silver
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