Adjustable Monitor Arms For Desk

Dynafly and EasyFly Monitor Arms for desks add the flexibility every office worker needs to create a healthier, safer, and more comfortable work environment.

Goldtouch monitor arm for work desk

Dynafly Adjustable Monitor Arm

The Dynafly and EasyFly Monitor Arms are both great solutions for today’s office worker looking to increase their viewing display options for computer or tablet devices. Monitor arms offer an adjustable height system to bring your laptop screen or monitor to eye level, reducing neck and eyestrain.

  • Promotes good posture
  • Can hold up to 33 lbs.
  • 180 degree screen turning capability

Monitor Arms

These arms are easy to install and set-up to the position that works best for you. Now there’s no reason to settle for stacking your monitors on a pile of books. Get the monitor arm system that suits you best and enjoy a better computing experience.

Dynafly Adjustable Monitor Arm
Dynafly Adjustable Monitor Arm
Dynafly Dual Adjustable Monitor Arm
Dynafly Dual Adjustable Monitor Arm
EasyFly Single Monitor Arm
EasyFly Single Monitor Arm
EasyFly Dual Monitor Arm
EasyFly Dual Monitor Arm

Why Goldtouch monitor arms are a step above.

Hunching and craning can lead to a host of musculoskeletal problems from the neck down through the lower back.

Improved Vision

Poorly placed screens also dramatically increases the risk of developing eyestrain, which in turn can lead to tension headaches, blurry eyes, and double vision. This leads to the need for monitor arms to adjust screens to the proper height to prevent injury while working.


Both monitor arms have a wide height adjustment range and can accommodate screen weights for the most popular sizes in use today (the Dynafly can hold a screen that weighs up to 33 lbs (15 kgs)). They can also hold LCD/TV monitors.


Both Monitor Arms offer full 360 degree rotation and the Dynafly Monitor Arm includes the ability for the screen to tilt and move up and down, as well as keep things organized with integrated cable management.

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