CaseAce GearGrip CRT Pro Reviews

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CaseAce GearGrip CRT Reviews

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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 the monitor back upright, pulling the strap underneath the CRT housing and buckling everything up."
"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 up to the size of 21 inch. Overall this product is perfect for LAN goers. But for use at home or anything like this I wouldn't recommend buying it."
"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 of balance making it far easier to carry. The GearGrip-CRT even has a strap to hold the monitor cable!"
"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 detaches, so no worries about it becoming a permanent eye sore."
"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 in my GGP review that a monitor grip would be very handy. It turns out that is very untrue."