There was thread that explained how to pull the arm and rotate the set point. I have the same problem, just not bad enough to move it up on the list of things to tweak. But I definitely remember it was a solvable problem.
My seats have a lever/toggle on the front end of them and I can use them to set the armrest height. Check to see if you have those. Just put it down and them pull up on it and push or pull to where you want it..
2017 Thor Challenger 37TB
2015 Ford Explorer Ltd for towed.
My armrests were fine until I followed directions to remove the left one in order to turn the driver's seat all the way around. That turned out to be a useless endeavor because the only place to put your feet then is over the couch arm. That was comfy but not worth the effort getting the seat around. After replacing the left arm it didn't go back in the original position but is a tad lower than the right side. Got used to it and doesn't bother me now. I don't use them all the time anyway. Life to switch up. This is on my 2017 Axis 25.2. There also seems to be the tiniest lean to the right now of the driver's seat. Could be different seating positions when driving and turned around to the table I guess. Haven't fallen out of the chair yet!
Dennis and Pam
2017 Axis 25.2
Toad - 2004 Honda CR-V
Mine have no way to adjust. The armrest is not centered on the mounting hardware so I am trying it with them reversed and upside down which effectively lowers them about 1-1.5 inches. I like having an armrest on long drives so for me it's worth a shot.