- Product Dimensions: 10 x 6 x 5 cm ; 127 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 136 g
- Item Model Number: BWAVZ-HOOKA
- ASIN: B01DNLLTIE
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 18 March 2018
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 5,665 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
BRAINWAVZ Hooka The All Metal Headphone Stand Hanger
- Headphone hanger for vertical surfaces, stylish and strong. Wide seat fits small to large headbands easily.
- Holds headphones of any weight without bending or losing its shape
- Made from high quality metal, durable and strong, capable of holding light weight to very heavy headphones without bending or breaking.
- Unique and stylish, will look good in any setting be it at home, work, school or cyber café.
- Smaller than a headphone stand, sturdier than most other comparable desk headphone hangers.
Colour: Hooka Headphone Hanger
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Solid and dependable, the Hooka affixes onto any wall or surface using a 3M VHB, a strong double sided acrylic foam tape that can hold very heavy loads. The Hooka's simple design and durability makes it a handy solution for your headphone storage solution.
Weight : 125g
Dimensions: 10.2 x 4.6 x 5.8 cm
Material: All-Metal die-cast aluminum
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The double back tape included was okay for about a month or 2, then when I set my headset on it one night after gaming, the holder and my headset hit the ground. I always anticipate this with anything that comes with double sided tape already installed, and typically always have some of 3M's high strength exterior double back tape that doesn't come off unless you absolutely want it off.
Slapped some of that on there and its been months and it hasn't even budged, so watch out for the tape, and go ahead and swap it for something stronger from the get go if you don't want to deal with it later.
TIP FOR INSTALLATION: The box does not come with detailed instructions because installation is very simple; peel the protective film from the 3M heavy duty adhesive pad on the back and stick it on the wall. But before you do that, depending on the surface, I would recommend you have it cleaned with alcohol then let alcohol dry out completely. That will ensure any possible weakening of the adhesive properties due to particle contamination to be significantly reduced or eliminated. Also, if you want the mount to be nicely leveled and not even a little bit crooked, I would plan ahead and mark spots on the wall with a level. Once you put the adhesive on, you are done. Don't even try to mess with it.
Installation on my textured, painted wall was rediculously simple. Peel the back off of the 3M VHB tape, and stick it on the wall (I pressed hard against it for maybe ten seconds to ensure a good hold). Done.
I guess this is another example of you get what you pay for. I looked cheaper stands/hooks, but they looked... cheap. This looks great, and not at all cheap.
8/9/18 Edit: After having used this for over a year, I want to amend my original review (moving from 5 to 4 stars). The stand/hook itself is well-made and looks great. However, the tape will, over time, lose its adhesive properties attached to the Hooka, and the Hooka will fall off. Note, the adhesive still remained firrmly attached to my desk, but it peeled right off of the Hooka.
I also have a BRAINWAVZ Hengja - The Headphone Desk Hanger, which I would suggest over the Hooka if you are able to attach the Hengja. It doesn't quite look as nice as the Hooka, but it's guaranteed to stay put.
To their credit, Brainwavz provided me with replacement adhesive after contacting them about my recent problem.
The only change I would make would be to have the option to screw on or stick on. Countersunk screw holes with cover ups if you don't opt to screw in and two sided 3M adhesive if you want to stick it on. You could even use both. That might make a better attachment to brick walls for example. Screws for a secure hold plus padded 3M adhesive for extra hold and to prevent screws loosening and causing the Hooka to rattle when hanging or removing headphones.
I liked my first one so much I bought another one.