Monday, May 14th 2018

Spire Introduces Ergonomic Single and Dual Monitor Arms

The new Spire monitor arm series are almost a mandatory requirement for an ergonomic and healthy desk arrangement. The Spire monitor arms are made out of strong aluminum which also gives it contemporary looks. Adjustment possibilities are unlimited, besides the standard adjustable in height and depth this arm also provides adjustments by tilting, swiveling and rotating. Affordable and ergonomic, supplied with integrated dual USB port hub and audio ports, good cable management and neat routing for a well-organized and neat desk. Screen mount VESA hole pattern 75 x 75 or 100 x 100 mm or different hole patterns can be obtained with the supplied VESA adapter plates. Desk Installation made simple and fast with the supplied various types table clamp or grommet you are set with 5 minutes. Powered by Innovation and supported by our 2 year warranty service. Ergonomics made affordable by Spire.
Main Features
  • Durable gas spring monitor arm
  • Counter-balance height adjustment
  • Fast monitor insert function
  • Installation made simple and quick
  • Good cable management and protection
  • Angle-free tilt function USB port and headset plug-in integrated
  • 2 years manufacturer warranty service
Codename
  • Single monitor arm - Part: SPVM212U-B
  • Dual monitor arm - Part: SPVM224U-B
MSRP
Manufacturer suggested retail price
  • SPVM212U-B: (Euro, incl. VAT) € 74,95 (Dollar, incl. VAT) $ 82.95
  • SPVM224U-B: (Euro, incl. VAT) € 119,95 (Dollar, incl. VAT) $ 139.95
Availability
Both monitor arm models are now available from Spire Corp in Shenzhen, China. European availability will commence end of May 2018.
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14 Comments on Spire Introduces Ergonomic Single and Dual Monitor Arms

#1
Durvelle27
Looks like something from Deus EX that may just strangle you in your sleep :laugh:
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#2
bug
Any idea how big a monitor these can handle?
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#3
HimymCZe
already bought some 2y ago for half the price from Duronic on german amazon.
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#4
rainzor
Up to 30" // 6kg

Specs

Could have been priced better for sure..
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#5
erixx
Online retailers are full of monitor arms that look the same. Why publish this bullshit here?
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#6
Hood
Chino said:
Durable gas spring monitor arm
So this will eventually lose gas and let the monitor drop, like the rear hatch on a minivan?
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#7
bug
Hood said:
So this will eventually lose gas and let the monitor drop, like the rear hatch on a minivan?
Nope. Because the gas spring is "durable" :P
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#8
Caring1
The idea is to save space, not take up more because those arms bend and swivel so much.
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#9
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Durvelle27 said:
Looks like something from Deus EX that may just strangle you in your sleep :laugh:
OM! IT'S THE BORG!

On a serious note, what's the weight capacity of these? How big a monitor/tv can these hold?
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#10
Hood
eidairaman1 said:
On a serious note, what's the weight capacity of these? How big a monitor/tv can these hold?
See post #5 in this thread.
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#11
pat-roner
Enough chit chat! Whats the weight rating?
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#12
Caring1
bug said:
Any idea how big a monitor these can handle?
eidairaman1 said:

On a serious note, what's the weight capacity of these? How big a monitor/tv can these hold?
pat-roner said:
Enough chit chat! Whats the weight rating?
Same question over and over, twice is excusable, three times is laziness.
Read the thread!
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#13
bug
Caring1 said:
Same question over and over, twice is excusable, three times is laziness.
Read the thread!
Hey, I asked before that answer was posted. I didn't know the specs were already published :p

Edit: Also, this is the 21st century, people don't read anymore. They demand instead :D
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#14
pat-roner
Caring1 said:
Same question over and over, twice is excusable, three times is laziness.
Read the thread!
Swish!

Whats the weight limit though?
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