Are you tired of tangled earbuds? Slide tangle-free earphones may be what you need

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Slide-earbuds

Years ago Janet wrote about Zipbuds tangle-free zipper earbuds (they literally looked like a zipper). Now Zipbuds has introduced their Slide tangle-free earbuds in addition to their zipper style earphones. They have a “friction-free” slider that seals the cables together making them tangle-proof and they have ZBXi Ultimate Drivers which “have been precision-tuned to deliver an insanely clean mix of clarity and bass with absolutely zero distortion at any volume.” They are lightweight, have an angled design and slip free coating to keep the earbuds in place, and have durable and flexible strain reliefs at the base of the earphone housing and on the 3.5 mm audio jack to increase longevity. They also have a one-button control and a noise filtering microphone for call functions and music functions. Slide earbuds are available in multiple colors from Zipbuds for $49.99. Please visit their website for more information.

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  • Andrew Baker July 23, 2015, 9:54 am

    I dunno if it’s me, but I’ve never had a problem with tangled ear buds. I keep mine in a little radio shack earbud case I got in 6th grade. That case is probably 20+ years old now. It’s housed 3 sets of ear buds. The Radio Shack Ones that lasted a few years, and two cloth wire Altec Lansing First lasting ~15 years, I’m now on my second pair of Altec Lansing cloth wire and going strong ~10 years.

    This looks exactly like my case except it’s missing “RADIO SHACK” on it

    http://www.amazon.com/MobileSpec-MS65-Stereo-Wind-Up-Carrying/dp/B009DB8PSG/

    • Kathleen Chapman July 23, 2015, 1:24 pm

      Nice case! No wonder you don’t have any problems. I guess I either need to get the case or these earphones. Hmm, the case is cheaper…

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