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V-MODA's new V-MAN universal object servant, shaped from a singular piece of steel, forges an instant icon of angular design

Modern, matte finished and unique, V-MAN is a sculptured conversation starter of form and function that elegantly serves headphones and any other object.


V-MODA, the award-winning manufacturer of the world’s finest high-fidelity audio devices, today announces the availability of its new V-MAN, crafted from 100% stainless steel for a minimal and sleek Milano design that is as stylish as it is functional. V-MAN is not only a headphone stand, but also, a universal object servant that fits harmoniously into any home, office or studio interior in timeless black and silver finishes.

“Iconic design has been our verve since the very beginning,” said Val Kolton, CEO of V-MODA. “In our Milano Design studio, we are empowered with our expertise in technology interwoven with continuous inspiration from the finest art, sculpture, furniture, fashion and motorsports of the world. I sketched V-MAN after a visit to the Peggy Guggenheim museum in Venezia during the VORTICISTS rebel artists exhibition. To me, V-MAN represents the essential minimalism planes of humanity in a mechanistic and futuristic pose that can serve the world and its master.”

Despite its simplicity, the V-MAN stand is a crafted design piece that makes a powerful statement in any environment influenced by the short-lived Vorticism movement, Brutalist and De Stijl design techniques and trending minimalist interiors. Being forged in stainless steel gives a more physical presence to V-MAN, balancing the sleek and evanescent side view through a discrete amount of weight and stability.

V-MAN stands out from the crowd of headphone stands on the market, which are typically limited in terms of shape, design and interaction with the headphones they are set to hold. V-MAN is an extreme representation of purpose through its shape. The design represents an iconic, simplified silhouette of a man prone on his knees offering something precious above his shoulders to his master. Its sharp geometrical form, steel build and high-end finishes, such as automotive-grade powder coating, draws inspiration from the sleek lines and edgy design of high-end, high-performance Italian automakers such as Lamborghini.

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Designed by Val Kolton, V-MODA Founder & CEO, V-MAN is formed by seamless Vs sculpted from one singular piece of steel to display the headphones and protect them from scratching or collecting dust. V-MAN keeps any desk, office or home organized, while elegantly displaying V-MODA headphones, or any other brand of headsets. Its innovative design makes for a versatile shape that can be used not only as a headphone stand, but as a servant to any object, such as a smartphone, keys, tablet or even fruits such as grapes.

Availability and Pricing

V-MAN is available now in black or silver for $101 at V-MODA.com, Amazon.com and authorized retailers.

V-MAN product specifications:

  • Universal object servant
  • Supports headphones of all sizes and brands
  • Milano Design
  • Made with 100% Steel
  • Size: 245 x 110 x 185mm





About V-MODA and Roland Japan

Designed in Milano, V-MODA’s verve is to amplify an authentic music lifestyle via timeless products forged by unparalleled quality, fashion-forward design and an unequivocal passion for music and materials. Led by Chief Executive Officer and professional musician Val Kolton, V-MODA blends analog renaissance age inspiration, Italian design and precise Japanese engineering. V-MODA products have won 45+ editors’ choice awards and have become essential gear for the world’s top professional DJs.


V-MODA joined forces with Roland of Japan on 808 (August 8, 2016), to redefine and develop the next breakthrough in music products and push the boundaries of audio innovation to reach a global audience of music aficionados. V-MODA and Roland do not tune headphones only as the “artists intended” but as both the “instrument engineer and artists intended.”


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By our press release coordinator Friday November 30, 2018