CaseAce GearGrip CRT

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About the Product

The CaseAce GearGrip CRT fits most monitors up to 21". It inludes a CableGrip to manage the loose cables and D-Rings for use with a shoulder strap.

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CaseAce GearGrip CRT Reviews Rating: 89 out of 100 based on 5 ratings.

Meta Reviews

website score publish date article quality
Neoseeker 80% Jun 18 '01
BoomGames 98% May 26 '01
BurnOut Pc 8.5/10 May 04 '02
ClubOverclocker  --- Jun 04 '01
Hardware Daily 9.5/10 Aug 07 '01
Icrontic 70% Jul 03 '01
M:6  --- Oct 24 '01
Overclockers Club 8.5/10 Jun 04 '01
SubZeroTech 10/10 Feb 24 '02
Teched Out 8/10 Jan 27 '02
Virtual Hideout  --- Feb 10 '02
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"Installation, like the GGP, is very straightforward. Basically you lay the monitor on it's side and slide the split strap around the monitor base stand. From there, it's just a matter of setting..."

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BurnOut Pc on

"I do find the installation to be a bit of a hassle, and doing it for the first time was a bit hard, but like I said after doing it a few times it went like a charm. This product can carry monitors..."

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ClubOverclocker on

"So does it work? Heck ya! I tried this baby out on my pride and joy, 19" monitor. I was easily able to tighten the straps down nice and snug. The GearGrip-CRT holds the monitor well at it's center..."

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Hardware Daily on

"I gave this device a try on a 17" Envision monitor that was kicking around, and short of being a complete idiot, no one should have much trouble getting it on. It quite easily attaches and..."

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Icrontic on

"In conclusion, the GGCRT is an excellent product. CaseAce put an enormous amount of engineering into it, and it's practically flawless execution. The idea, however, is the problem. I even thought..."

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