Having tech around the house can cause clutter and in my house this is a problem but I like to keep my work space tidy and all things accessible and at hand for testing reviewing and helping other with issues. This product is not tech so to speak but something to keep your tech at hand and one thing I have bucket loads of is headphones so this little accessory would be handy for many folk especially those in an office environment and it can be used almost anywhere if you sport headphones this is for you..

The Hengja headphone holder looks nice but not only that it’s as solid as it gets and can be moved either horizontally or vertically via the tool provided in the box. Its sleek black looks will blend in anywhere and provided you have the dimensions provided which many of us will it can be placed in a convenient position that suits you best.

Below is one sample of an area confined to tech storage

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We have tried multiple headphones some of which are on the heavy side and this is a solid piece and would withstand much more than its designed for and what I like is how easy to set up it is and that it can be moved simply each time I need to move or if I am traveling to events and staying in hotels or moving around with work for example it can come with me as its portable.One thing maybe I would like to see is different colour options to match the many surroundings we have today but there is nothing wrong with the colour its currently available in its costs just 12.89


  • Weight : 112g
  • Clamp Depth : 40 mm
  • Plate Depth : 50 mm
  • Plate Width : 45 mm
  • Max Clamp Size : ~40 mm
  • Min Clamp Size : ~14 mm
  • Material: All-Metal



Written by Jim O Brien/CEO

CEO and expert in transport, Mobile tech fan 20 years, mobile consultant, Nokia Mobile expert, Former Microsoft VIP,Multiple forum tech supporter with worldwide top rankings, Also working in the background on mobile technology, Weekly radio show, Featured on the RTE consumer show and Cavan TV. Award winning Technology reviewer and blogger. Part time actor and security professional and brutally honest when it comes to opinions.

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