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The Best Triple Monitor Stands of 2017

Though many monitors today are very versatile, being able to twist, pivot, and tilt, most other monitors totally fail the ergonomics test with their weak and rigid stands. This is where monitor stands, also called monitor mounts, come into play.

Monitor stands allow for a wider range of movement than any individual gaming monitor can imagine and also cuts down costs significantly. A monitor with a versatile stand will easily cost you 50-60 dollars more than a similar monitor with a standard tilt-only stand. In a triple monitor setup, you can pay in excess of 200 dollars for better native stands. However, an affordable triple monitor mount only costs only a third of that. There are obviously much more expensive 3 monitor stands, but those offer higher build quality and extra features. 

It’s pretty clear that monitors stands are the way to go if you want an ergonomic multiple monitor setup. A setup using a monitor arm is cheaper and easier to use. 

Here on Pandatechie, our team of editors have put together a list of the six best triple monitor stands on the market today. We have included both budget and premium monitor arms as well as free standing and table-mounted stands. 

Lets get to our picks for the top triple monitor stands available today!

ProductKRIËGER KL3327BErgotech Triple StandElitech Triple StandSewell Triple MountMount-It! MI-753VIVO Triple Stand
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Type
Freestanding
Freestanding
Freestanding
Desk-Mounted
Desk-Mounted
Desk-Mounted
Screen Size
Up to 24"
Up to 24"
Up to 24"
Up to 24"
Up to 24"
Up to 27"
Weight Limit
17.6 lb. / monitor
25 lb. / monitor
13.2 lb. / monitor
16 lb. / monitor
22 lb. / monitor
22 lb. / monitor
Tilt
-45° to 45°
-25° to 25°
-30° to 30°
-30° to 30°
-15° to 15°
-15° to 15°
Rotate
360°
360°
360°
360°
360°
360°
VESA
VESA 75/100
VESA 75/100
VESA 50/75/100
VESA 75/100
VESA 75/100
VESA 75/100
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Our Picks for the Best Triple Monitor Stands

There are two main types of monitor stands: freestanding monitor stands and desk-mounted monitor stands. Both have their advantages and disadvantages that we will discuss later. Part one of this list consists of three freestanding monitors stands. Part two consists of three desk-mounted monitor arms.

KRIËGER KL3327B Triple Monitor Stand

 

Type: Freestanding triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 27″ (False advertising) | Weight Limit: 17.6 lb./monitor | Tilt: -45° to +45° | Swivel: 90° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 75, 100

KRIËGER KL3327B Triple Monitor Stand

Pros
  • Affordable
  • Great movement range 
  • Sturdy construction

Cons

  • Doesn’t actually hold 27″ monitors
  • Not a premium stand

The KRIËGER KL3327B Triple Monitor Stand tops our list for 3 monitor mounts not because it is the priciest or most high quality monitor stand we’ve reviewed, but because it offers a huge range of features and compatibility for a comparatively low price. It is one of only two monitor arms on this list that is advertised to hold 27″ monitors on its mounts and has by far the largest tilt range of any stand we’ve seen. 

First, we have to say that the stand does not actually hold 27″ monitors, but 24″ monitors are still fine. This is a bit of false information, but we will still give this stand a chance. 

The KRIËGER KL3327B has VESA holes on each of each three mounts that can accommodate 75mm or 100mm mounts – no complaints here. The attachments are study and as long as your monitor for gaming doesn’t pass the weight limit of 17.6 pounds, nothing will happen. 

The arms of this stand are pretty stiff and rigid out of the box. Opinions vary on whether this is good or bad, but it certainly allows your monitor to stay in their positions without having to adjust them back every day.

The stand allows for up and down movements, tilts from -45° to +45° degrees, a swivel range of 90° degrees, and a rotation radius of 360° degree. This is actually quite good. According to paper stats, this stand is one of the most versatile on the market right now.

If you’re looking to buy a nice and cheap triple monitor stand that is still sturdy, try out the KRIËGER KL3327B. We recommend it. For a much quality freestanding triple stand, look at the two we have below. You’ll have to pay more, but if you’re serious about what you’re doing, its worth every penny.

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Ergotech Triple Stand

 

Type: Freestanding triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 24″ | Weight Limit: 25 lb./monitor | Tilt: -25° to +25° | Swivel: 90° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 75, 100

Ergotech Triple Stand

Pros
  • Extremely well designed
  • Low profile base
  • Excellent overall
  • Can mount 27″ Monitors

Cons

  • Pricey

The Ergotech Triple Stand is probably the best monitor stand on this list in terms of pure functionality and quality. The price is high, but the stand is truly top-of-the-line.

Unlike the KRIËGER KL3327B, the Ergotech Triple Stand is advertised to only mount 24″ monitors, but 27″ monitors also work. 27″ monitors aren’t the best fit, but they still can go on this stand. 

The Ergotech Triple Stand has 75mm and 100mm VESA holes that will fit any VESA companionable monitor. 

The monitor stand is extremely tough and well built – maybe even going a bit overkill. The arms are super thick and strong and the stand weighs in at almost 30 pounds. It can also carry up to 25 pounds on each of its three arms, totaling up to a whopping 75 pounds for the entire stand. A lot of low end stands will tilt and even flip over at extreme configurations, but we’re confident that this Ergotech stand isn’t going anywhere. The base of the stand is large and wide, but it’s low profile means that it probably won’t obstruct anything.

The adjustability of this triple monitor stand is slightly low, but it shouldn’t be much of a problem. The stand pivots from -10° to +20°, swivels 90°, and tilts +/- 25°.

The Ergotech Triple Stand is one of the best triple monitor mounts available right now, throw in a premium gaming router you are set for a good enthusiast gaming experience. If you’re willing to pay the hefty price tag, you should go for it. 

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Elitech Triple Stand

 

Type: Freestanding triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 24″ | Weight Limit: 13.2 lb./monitor | Tilt: -30° to 30° | Swivel: 90° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 50, 75, 100

Elitech Triple Stand

 

Pros
  • Compatible with 50mm VESA
  • Sturdy build

Cons

  • A bit on the expensive side

The Elitech Triple Stand is good compromise between the pricey Ergotech Triple Stand and the budget KRIËGER KL3327B. We have a good idea of how it works

This monitor arm can mount three monitors up to 24″. The maximum weight is a little low, at 13.2 pounds per monitor, the lowest on this list. This is a low point, but most monitors don’t weight even ten pounds.

The Elitech Triple Stand actually has expanded VESA compatibility. In addition of 75mm and 100mm VESA holes, the stand also features 50mm VESA holes. Though most users won’t ever have any use again, it is still a plus. 

Adjustability wise, the stand is decent, being able to tilt +/- 30° and rotate the monitors 260°. The arms can extent to almost 50″.

Build quality is good in general, but slightly underwhelming for a triple monitor stand that is still on the high end of the price spectrum. The stand is almost entirely made of a metal alloy, though, so you don’t have to worry that it’s a cheap black plastic.

The Elitech Triple Stand isn’t our most recommended free standing monitor stand because it is not a huge improvement over cheaper stands like the KRIËGER KL3327B. However, if you want a decent triple monitor stand that is not super costly, the Elitech Triple Stand is a decent choice.

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Part II – Desk-Mounted Triple Monitor Stands

Table mounted monitor stands allow for greater stability since they are attached to the desk and are usually more affordable, but they also have downsides. They take longer to set up and the clamp could damage your table if it is even compatible. 

Here are our top three picks for table-mounted triple monitor stands


Sewell Triple Monitor Mount

 

Type: Desk-mounted triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 24″ | Weight Limit: 16 lb./monitor | Tilt: -30° to 30° | Swivel: 90° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 75, 100

Sewell Triple Monitor Mount

Pros

  • High quality
  • Adjustment knob for height
  • Extensive list of available accessories

Cons

  • none

The Sewell Triple Monitor Mount is a genuinely excellent desk-mounted monitor mount, with great value and quality. For the construction quality and functionality of the mount, the price premium is tiny. It’s one of the most popular and well-recieved monitor mounts on the market today. 

This triple monitor mount can carry up to three monitors up to 24″ and 16 pounds. The monitors and rotate 360°.

The stand has standard VESA compatibility – 75mm and 100mm holes on each arm. This will work for 99% of monitors. 

The monitor stand has good adjustability relative to other desk-mounted stands, the stand is decent, being able to tilt +/- 30° and rotate 360°. It’s not fantastic, but adjustability is better than the two table-mounted stands below.

The Sewell Triple Monitor Mount is our top pick for a desk mounted monitor stand. It’s a very well-constructed stand that does not carry a huge price premium. We recommend this 3 monitor stand to anybody building a three monitor setup.

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Mount-It! MI-753

 

Type: Desk-mounted triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 24″ | Weight Limit: 22 lb./monitor | Tilt: -15° to 15° | Swivel: 90° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 75, 100

Mount-It! MI-753

Pros
  • Budget friendly

Cons

  • Reliability issues over time

The Mount-It! MI-753 is a slightly more affordable alternative to the Sewell Triple Monitor Mount. The price decrease comes at a sacrifice of functionality and durability, but if you really want to minimize expenses the MI-753 is a fine stand.

The MI-753 holds up to three 24 inch monitors on its three arms with a maximum weight limit of 22 pounds per monitor, or 66 pounds in total. 66 pounds is impressive, but we are slightly skeptical of this claim as the construction doesn’t look like the toughest. The main problem of this mount is that it can sag over time under the weight of three monitors, compromising its structural integrity and leading to uneven monitors.

The stand has standard VESA compatibility – 75mm and 100mm holes on each arm. This will work for 99% of monitors. The monitor is mounted onto your desk with a C-clamp with a double-lock mechanism for added safety.

Adjustability wise, the MI-753 is average, with tilt angles of -15° to 15°, arm movements at three joins, and 360° for each of the three mounts.

Though we still highly recommend the Sewell Triple Monitor Mount, the Mount-It! MI-753 is a reasonable alternative that comes at a lower cost. However, it comes at a price of decreased quality.

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VIVO Triple Stand

 

Type: Desk-mounted triple monitor mount | Screen Size: up to 27″ | Weight Limit: 22 lb./monitor | Tilt: -15° to 15° | Swivel: 360° Rotate: 360° VESA Compatibility: VESA 75, 100

VIVO Triple Stand

Pros

  • Affordable
  • 27″ Monitor compatible

Cons

  • Not top build quality

The VIVO Triple Stand is different from the other monitor mounts on this list in that it has a stacked triangle designed with one arm on the top and two on the bottom. This isn’t a conventional design, but there is certainly a market for this type of stand.

This stacked designed of the triple monitor mount can carry 27″ monitors without issue since more horizontal space is allotted because the third monitor is above. The weight limit of 22 pounds per monitor or 66 lb. in total is above average.

As with all other monitor stands, the VIVO Triple Stand can accommodate 75mm and 100mm VESA mounts in each of its arms. The stand can be mounted on any desk up to 4 inches with its heavy duty C-clamp

The monitor can tilt 15° in either direction (up or down), which is quite limited, but the swivel and rotation is good. The monitor stand is all metal and the construction quality is decent, but not as good as the previous Sewell mount.

The VIVO Triple Stand is a great triple monitor mount with a stacked design. With no design flaws and a very reasonable price, the VIVO Triple Stand is a great choice.

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Monitors for Monitor Stands

Thin bezel monitors are best choice for a multi-monitor setup on monitor mounts. Slim bezels allow for more seamless transitions between one monitor and another. If you are looking for more cheaper options for a monitor and aren’t too picky, a good portable monitor can work for you as well.

Conclusion

We hoped you enjoyed reading our guide on triple monitor stands, we put a lot of time and effort and we hope that this will make your buying experience so much easier. Be sure to read our guide on thin bezel monitors, that guide can help you find a monitor right for your configuration.

 

The Best Triple Monitor Stands of 2017
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  • Jake

    Just my monitor setup is worth 1.5k so I obviously want the best triple stand possible to protect my investment. I don’t see any super premium stands on this list. What is the best of the best stand in terms of quality?
    Thanks

    • Bill Yang

      The Ergotech stand in this roundup is a very good stand. There are a few pricier stands but they don’t really offer any advantage. You can also check out this Jestik stand – I think it’s execellent.

  • Jo123

    thank you for this information

  • John

    I hope this will completment my 3 144hz monitors I bought.

  • Ted

    Are all these monitor stands stable? I don’t want them falling and destroying my stuff