Elgato's Multi Mount can be adjusted to several different heights, it's relatively cheap, strong, and sturdy. It also has an extremely strong clamp, and most of the product is constructed of steel or hard composite, meaning that it has a nice strong, weighty feel to it.
The only downside of the Multi Mount that I could find is that it can't shrink smaller than 55cm, which could be a problem for some buyers.
Elgato has provided users with a simple, yet an affordable option that many streamers should certainly consider adding to their setups. Coming in at only a cost of $49.99, Elgato has provided an extremely cheap solution that could solve many problems for many people.
On top of that, the Flex Arm Kit only costs $40, which means you could get a lighting/camera shooting/microphone stand for under $100 that also doubles or triples as many more use cases. So do I recommend you buy a Multi Mount? Well, if you are looking to get those pesky lights off the ground to save floor space, or if you want to move your desktop microphone to a boom arm of some kind, or both, then I certainly recommend you buying a Multi Mount.
I highly doubt that you will be upset with your purchase if you are in need a mount of some kind and decide to go with Elgato. I can see this product being extremely popular in the streaming industry, as streamers are always looking for ways to better their setups, and overall add more convenience to them. Elgato's Multi Mount fits the bill with convenience, and combined with its extremely reasonable price; I don't hesitate when I say that the Multi Mount and it's range of accessories are one of Elgato's best products yet.
The Bottom Line
Elgato's Multi Mount is one of the best products the company has released. I could even go as far as to say that it's the streaming solution you never knew you needed.