So, you’ve just finished listening to your new favourite album on Spotify or maybe you’ve just finished a mammoth gaming session on PlayerUnknown’s BattleGrounds, but wait..where the heck do you put your headphones now? If you’re like me they used to end up screwed up in my drawers or sprawled over my desk making more clutter to add to my abundance of gadgets. Well thanks to the BRAINWAVZ Hengja Headphone Hanger you can say goodbye to knotted wires and cluttered desks, Hallelujah!
This piece of kit is one of them things that you never knew you needed but after owning one you can never live without and in the last few week I have had the privilege of testing out this simple yet effective piece of kit.
Now while the setup of this product was fairly simple with the easy to read instructions, there was one little thing that got to me. Why did they decide on a simple but effective Allen key head on one adjustment bolt but a fiddly annoying flat head key on the other? My desk is a little tight so I had to put them into the far right corner which made tightening the flat head bolt (which is situated underneath the hanger) with the Allen/Flat head key tool provided a bit of a farce. However to be honest I’m nit picking here and found most of the 2 minute process a breeze.
Build & Function
The Hengja has a matte black finish with some silver writing and styling to compliment the design giving this device a subtle yet stylish look. Thanks to the adjustable plate it can be mounted both vertically and horizontally on the surface of your choice. It’s curved design sits your headphones perfectly but can be a little slippy due to the finish. Nit picking again, I think having the plate where the headphones sit with a more grippy material would be a benefit to the device.
In conclusion, the BRAINWAVZ Hengja Headphone Hanger is a well designed and functional piece of kit. At £14.99 on Amazon it’s not going to burn a hole in your wallet and if you’re a bit of a clean freak like me the neat and tidiness that comes with the device is well worth the money.
Thank you BRAINWAVZ for sending me the Hengja for the review.