Skywin VR Cable Management System for Oculus RIFT Virtual Reality Headset - Play VR Games Without Wire Worries - Easy Drill Free Installation

Last Updated On Tuesday July 7th, 2020
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Updated July 7, 2020

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Skywin VR Cable Management System for Oculus RIFT Virtual Reality Headset - Play VR Games Without Wire Worries - Easy Drill Free Installation

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Product Details

  • Sold on
  • B07342C8BT Amazon ASIN
  • Skywin Brand
  • 8541710051 Model Number
  • Skywin Manufacturer
  • Categories

    Headsets, Virtual Reality, Video Games, Video Game VR Headsets, PC, Electronics, Wearable Technology

Reddit Reviews and Recommendations

  • 6 Reviews
  • Sept. 29, 2018 Last Review Date
  • Aug. 9, 2017 First Seen Review Date
  • 3 Reviewed on Subreddits

    oculus (3)
    PSVR (2)
    Vive (1)

Discussion and Reviews on Reddit

People who have put their cables along the ceiling... how did you go about it? [R]

1 year, 9 months agoEthIsAPremineScam posted submission on PSVR.
Sept. 29, 2018

I got my VR about 9 months ago and loved it for the first 3 months. However, the cables started to get to me and to be honest, ruined the experience. I have since changed my set-up to a much tidier set-up and want to add the PSVR but running the cable along the ceiling. How can I do it? Hooks? Velcro tape? Etc. Thanks a lot!

1 year, 9 months agoEthIsAPremineScam posted comment on PSVR.
Sept. 29, 2018


3rd sensor

= awesome

picture doesn't show the much longer retractable line for the final connection, the other 1+ is just to support cable weight. I taped it to cable on last one to let me move anywhere in square and cable is never below top of my head.

New VR/gaming/exercise room [R]

2 years agoUnpopularCrayon posted submission on oculus.
July 1, 2018
1 year, 11 months agoUnpopularCrayon posted comment on oculus.
July 26, 2018

But those are more expensive than the actual kit!

EDIT: I bought this, for $25 along with some screw hooks since I can't use those sticky pads on my ceiling.

Daily Updates and Casual Conversation - June 02 [R]

2 years, 1 month agocazman321 posted submission on Vive.
June 2, 2018

This is the daily thread where you can keep the /r/vive community updated with all the things happening in your VR World.

  • What you have been doing in VR
  • VR Games and Experiences - Your thoughts, questions and recommendations
  • Unboxings, pickup posts, swag hauls - show us what you've bought or made
  • Your PC Builds, Battlestations, VR Caves, Furniture optimization, cabling routing and other endevours.
  • Your questions about virtual reality hardware and software
  • Online social meetups and events - find people to join you in multiplayer games.
  • Stock updates, shipping and customer service issues with VR suppliers
  • Technical support stories and requests for technical help

The daily thread can a great place for anything you feel like sharing that may not warrant a separate post in the subreddit.

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2 years, 1 month agocazman321 posted comment on Vive.
June 2, 2018

My playspace makes it so the cord is almost fully stretched out, but on the ground. I have the cables snaking around my desk so the cable goes as far as my playspace limit, so the cable is never coiled up. At that point it's more just like stepping over it like a jumprope on the ground instead of stepping into a pile of coiled cable. Picture I drew:

Or you can buy something like this (looks like there are a bunch of versions):

TPCast for Oculus Rift Available to Pre-order Monday, December 11th [R]

2 years, 7 months agoSonovaBichStoleMyPie posted submission on oculus.
Dec. 7, 2017
2 years, 7 months agoSonovaBichStoleMyPie posted comment on oculus.
Dec. 8, 2017

I threw one together myself. They sell kits for like 26 bucks but they seem overpriced and dont appear to work too well to me (it just holds the cable up and doesn't pull it up so you can get tangled in it). I just got drywall anchors, a few small ceiling hooks (7/8th inch), wire tacks so the wires dont just hang all over the place, and retractable lanyards (length matters so get 4 feet or so). Got nearly all of it from home depot for like 5 bucks bucks or so and got the lanyards from a random local store for 3 bucks each.

I put the anchors into the ceiling, screwed the hooks into them so they could support weight, tacked the wires to the wall leading up to the hooks, then at the center of the play area I figured out how far I could possibly go by walking to a corner and putting the headset on the floor. This let me know how much slack I needed, so I attached the lanyards so fully stretched out I was in a crouching position in that corner, then used the second lanyard on the actual cable itself to spool the slack left by the first lanyard while standing in the center.

It causes the cable to reach every possible inch of my playspace and if im in the center the cable goes up and to the back so I never get tangled in it or feel its weight.

I also highly suggest you get some extension cables, I used the 10 foot amazonbasics HDMI and USB 3.0 extension cables and they worked right out of the box for me without any adapters or repeater cables needed.

Made my own cable management for PSVR using Magnets, Carabiners and Badge Reels. [R]

2 years, 7 months agoBfedorov91 posted submission on PSVR.
Nov. 27, 2017
2 years, 7 months agoBfedorov91 posted comment on PSVR.
Nov. 28, 2017

Rift HMD cable management - what are you all using? [R]

2 years, 11 months agoGrey406 posted submission on oculus.
Aug. 9, 2017

Hey all. I've had my Rift for over a year now - I've got an extension cable and leant to just deal with hopping around the cable on the floor, but when I demo to people I find they get seriously tangled up almost constantly! I've seen pics of peoples setup where they're doing cool things for cable management - springs, dog leads and all sorts - so I thought I'd put this out there to see what people are using and how well it works. Hopefully I can set something up myself too finally. :)

2 years, 11 months agoGrey406 posted on oculus.
Aug. 9, 2017

Once I rearrange my room for a larger play space, I plan on getting these