WoodLab Royal Glam Headphone Stand
WoodLab Royal Glam Headphone Stand
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Carved from solid black elm, the WoodLab Royal Glam stand puts your headphones on full display while eliminating cable clutter on your desk. Narrower than the human head even at its widest point, the whale-shaped design allows your cans to rest snugly without adding extra tension—so the headband won’t stretch out over time Read More

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RayF
23070
Sep 11, 2020
Ugly; shows a lack of imagination/creativity.
AZAlex
0
Jul 1, 2019
Hey Kevin. Will this headphone stand be offered again in the near future?
Jack-in-the-Box
106
Dec 21, 2018
Looks top heavy af. Reading another comment on here, looks like it isn’t cut out for the job of holding anything
quite pricey for what it is. But then the comments here indicate it's not substantial enough to be much use. Oh well, it wont ship until April of next year anyway. So why worry.
A community member
Aug 9, 2018
Must say I'm baffled by how nobody in here mention how lightweight these are (to its detriment). I ordered these a year back, because of how much I fell in love with their look. But once I got it, I regretted it. They are way too lightweight to be a headphone stand, as a simple touch on them, makes them move. So whenever I want to put a headphone on them, they move way too much. The same is the case whenever I want to take a headphone off of it. Which makes the job of putting a headphone of it or removing it a hassle. If it can't properly stand still when putting a headphone on or taking it off, how can it even qualify as a proper stand at all?
I tried solving the problem by adding round, metal weight on its feet by using glue, but no matter what type of superglue i used, it refused to stick for some reason. In the end, I just sold it.
Way too many bad headphone stands out there, that get too much praise. Woo Waa stand is another one, where it is made in a such way that whenever you put your headphone on it, your the chassis of your headphone often hit the metal (which clearly isn't ideal for people who want to avoid scratches and dents). This one is even worse, and deserves even less praise, imo.
PirateIce
228
Aug 9, 2018
This post makes me appreciate my cheap fake leather headphone stand... it is pretty heavy.
RockyMountains
480
Aug 17, 2018
A hot glue gun will work on practically anything :)
dkzzzz
74
Aug 9, 2018
Not a bad look.
Anent
165
Mar 22, 2018
@WoodLab Kevin — Please verify the specs.
Should the thin size footprint actually be 4.7 x 2.95 in (12 x 7.5 cm) compared to 4.7 x 3.9 in (12 x 10 cm) for the large size?
The large appears to be 5 glued boards while the thin is 3? If so, are the board thicknesses not the same?? Thin Size 7.5 cm / 3 = 2.5 cm ?! Dimensions: 4.7 x 2.95 x 10.2 in (12 x 7.5 x 26 cm) -versus- Large Size 10 cm / 5 = 2 cm ?! Dimensions: 4.7 x 3.9 x 10.2 in (12 x 10 x 26 cm).
Also, it would be nice to see the headphone cable connectors safely clearing the base as the existing photo is cropped.
Anent
165
Aug 10, 2018
Dude......
RayF
23070
Mar 19, 2018
Can I use these with IEMs?
fishstickxxx
220
Mar 19, 2018
Yes, wrap the middle of the wire around the narrowest part a few times and use the left over ends to tie a bow. Done! It will look neato, too...
RayF
23070
Mar 19, 2018
Too late--I just drilled two big holes and plugged 'em right in. Probably would look better if both the holes weren't on the same side?
(Edited)
$59.99 for a piece of wood? Amazon has these for like $20/$30 and that's not even worth it.
zep483
623
Aug 12, 2018
Yeah I would buy one for 20 bucks or less...no way for 60
Extinguisher
9
Mar 18, 2018
Why would anyone buy this?
RayF
23070
Mar 18, 2018
Target practice
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