The Anchor The Original Under-Desk Headphone Mount

The Anchor

The Anchor The Original Under-Desk Headphone Mount


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  • Mounts easily
  • Holds ultra-strong (same adhesive GoPro uses)
  • De-clutters your desk
  • Solid medical grade silicone with steel center core.
  • Slightly flexible, won't hurt if you bump it with your knee
  • Holds two sets of headphones
  • Need to remount? Get a replacement 3M adhesive kit here.

Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Freed up so much desk space

I've been struggling with how to store the headset and controllers for my VR system for over a year now. I finally got the anchor, and it fixed all my problems! The headset is fairly heavy, so I screwed the anchor to my desk. It works perfectly, and I can't believe I lived so long without it!

Joshua Wold
Still holding up

I bought this a while back, and have used it for my headphones. It's just one of those things you buy, stick it, and don't really think about it again. When I'm not using my headphones I hang them.

The reason I'm writing this review is because of something that happened yesterday. My three year old daughter decided that the anchor would be a fun hang toy. She grabbed onto it and swung back and forth while holding onto it like a monkey bar.

I was worried it would ripped off, but it held firm. That's why I'm writing this review. The thing is sturdy and sticky.

We designed the Anchor after hitting our knee one too many times on the brass coat hooks we screwed under our desks to hang our headphones. The Anchor's solid silicone construction solves that, plus it's much harder to knock off because it flexes on impact instead of sending lever forces to the base.

And it holds ultra-strong, using the same 3M adhesive GoPro trusts to mount their cameras to surfboards and helmets - so you have peace of mind that it won't come off easily and drop your nice headphones. 

If you ever need to remove the Anchor and it's holding too strong - just heat it up with a hair dryer and the adhesion will soften.