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The Loop earbud anti-tangling device review

on Saturday, August 9th, 2014

Stop me if you have heard this one before. You reach into your pocket, bag, or purse to pull out your earbuds and you come out with a wad of tangled and knotted up cable. Sound familiar? That’s how the idea for The Loop (earbud anti-tangling device) came about.


Sprng clips for Apple Earpods review

By: Ryan Chapman
on Saturday, April 26th, 2014

When I picked up my first pair of Apple earbuds, I was very disappointed in how they kept falling out of my ears. Then Earpods came out, and since they had a different shape, I thought they would work better, but still, I had no luck. Sprng offered to have their Sprng clips for theRead More…

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Tokkii Tamer earbud holder review

By: Greg Carter
on Wednesday, April 9th, 2014

It turns out – who knew?! – that there are many products on the market to clip your earbud wires to your clothes. I haven’t seen any yet that are as sleek and simple as the Tamer from Tokkii. With the Tamer, Tokkii claims to be an all-in-one earbud solution for many aggravating issues that mayRead More…


earhoox keep the buds in your ears

on Saturday, February 22nd, 2014

earhoox didn’t let an unsuccessfully funded indiegogo project stop them from bringing their unique soft silicone earbud attachments to market. earhoox are designed to fit over your existing round earbuds from Apple, Sony and others. They feature a flexible hook that tucks into the crook of your ear providing a secure and comfortable fit thatRead More…


Airbudz – Replacement in-ear earphone tips for those times when you need to hear more than your music

on Saturday, March 9th, 2013

Noise canceling earbuds are great for blocking out unwanted noise around us so we can listen to our tunes without distraction. But there are times when no distraction is not a good thing. Like while riding a bike, walking, running, etc. Airbudz, a successfully funded Kickstarter project, can turn your in-ear earphones into earphones thatRead More…


Drop The Beat, Not Your Buds

on Tuesday, September 11th, 2012

This little invention from Quirky is so simple, it makes you wonder “why didn’t I think of that?”  Props fits around your neck and makes sure your earbuds don’t fall to the ground when you pull them out of your ears.  Simple!  And a bit like those eyeglasses holders I’ve seen dangling around peoples’ necks.Read More…


Keep Your Apple Earbuds in Your Ears with SecureTips

on Monday, July 16th, 2012

This is another Kickstarter project.  If you use those white Apple earbuds and have trouble keeping them in your ears, you might be interested in SecureTips.  These silicone rubber pieces look just like a food processor blade (to me, anyway), and they are designed to hold the freebie white earbuds securely in your ears.  You’llRead More…


Make a Splash with Pyle’s New Waterproof MP3 Player

on Friday, June 15th, 2012

If you swim, Pyle has a new Waterproof MP3 Player (PSHWPMP3) you’ll be interested in.  The MP3 player is waterproof up to 3 meters and comes with waterproof earbuds that are “made of an ergonomic soft silicone material and wrap comfortably around the ear to keep them secure during vigorous activities like swimming, hiking, jogging,Read More…


Keeping Your Earbud Cables Tidy is a Sinch

on Saturday, April 7th, 2012

The Sinch is an easy to use flexible strap with embedded magnets that can be used on or off your favorite smartphone or audio device. Attach it to your device’s earphone jack, wrap the earbud cord around the device and snap the two magnetic ends together. Done. It’s available in White or Black and isRead More…


Flicker Interactive iPhone Case Review

on Thursday, March 22nd, 2012

Flicker Interactive has taken a two-pronged approach to standing out in the iPhone case landscape. Built into the back face are little “ears” that stick out to provide space for winding the cord of your earbuds around. The handles also serve to hold the iPhone in landscape mode for interactive gaming.


Logitech Introduces Earbuds for Unified Communications

on Tuesday, March 6th, 2012
Posted in: Gear, News

Logitech has just announced their BH320 USB Stereo Earbuds for enterprise-grade in-ear audio for PC telephony and videoconferencing.  These earbuds weigh about an ounce, so they’ll be discreet and comfortable to wear.  They offer “business-grade sound clarity provided by precise acoustic tuning and advanced echo cancellation”, in-line controls, and a powerful microphone placed close toRead More…


sculpted eers PCS-200 Custom Molded Earphones Review

on Monday, December 26th, 2011

Over the past few years, I have had no less than three custom monitors created for me. All of which involved a separate trip to the audiologist to have specially-made molds of my ears created for the monitors to be made from. These visits had to be scheduled and involved a commute to have pinkRead More…


Skunk Juice Magnetic Earbuds Solve Age Old Earbud Sharing Dilemma

on Tuesday, October 25th, 2011

We’ve all been there… You’re listening to a cool tune and want to share it with your buddy, but don’t want to let them listen through your earbuds… eew! You could play the tune through speakers, but that’s not always convenient either. What do you do? If only you could allow your friend to connectRead More…


HoodieBuddie – Keeps you warm and lets you listen to your tunes

on Wednesday, September 21st, 2011

The HoodieBuddie is a regular hoodie jacket with a bit of geek magic thrown in. They feature patented HB3 Technology™ through a 3.5 mm headphone jack in the front pocket that plugs into any audio device such as an iphone, ipod, or mp3 player. In-ear earbuds are attached at the end of the drawstrings. YouRead More…


JLab Audio Removable Sports Earhooks

on Wednesday, August 17th, 2011

If you have a pair of earbuds that you love but can’t use them for running or playing sports because they don’t stay in your ears, JLab Audio has a solution for you.  Their Removable Sports Earhooks  work with most earbuds and add a contoured, flexible hook that can be adjusted to fit your ear.Read More…


Moshi Moonrock Earbuds Review

on Wednesday, July 13th, 2011

Earbuds.  The little buggers are all over the place, aren’t they?  Hanging out of people’s ears everywhere you look.  Because we need ‘em to connect to our portable digital music gizmos, they’ve become essential gear for many of us.  And there are droves of earbud models, many that look virtually identical.  The Moshi Moonrock stoodRead More…


Sennheiser/Adidas MX 680i Sports Earbuds for iPhone & iPod Review

on Saturday, July 2nd, 2011

I am currently in my forth decade of running…..tens of thousands of miles. But I have never run a marathon and prefer to run by myself versus running with the masses in organized races. Well, as the story goes….my wife is turning 40 next year and I have agreed to run the DisneyWorld marathon withRead More…


Wicked Audio’s Helix Earbuds

on Sunday, May 29th, 2011

The Helix Earbuds from Wicked Audio use their EarHugger technology to make sure they stay in place, no matter how active you are.  The Helix have 10mm drivers, a gold plug to prevent corrosion, and a 4-ft cord.  They fit snuggly in your ear to minimize ambient noise, and they reproduce 20-20,000Hz.  They’re available inRead More…


Philips O’Neill Specked Earbuds Review

on Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

In the middle of my commute last week, my trusted Sennheiser CX-300 earbuds decided they were finished with this world.  Needing a quick replacement, I found a nifty pair of earbuds at Target–The Specked by Philips/O’Neill.  The primary feature to catch my attention was the cord.  It’s wrapped in nylon, matches the color of theRead More…


TFT Accoustics TFTA-1101-V1 Earbuds Review

on Monday, November 29th, 2010

The audiophiles in the audience will probably pop a vein when they read that I don’t mind using the stock earbuds that come with the iPhone and iPods. For me, they sound just fine and are way more comfortable than in-ear style earphones that a lot of folks like to use. I can’t do theRead More…


Holua Galaxie Earbuds from Skullcandy

on Wednesday, October 13th, 2010

I’ve had a beautiful pair of red Full Metal Jacket earbuds from Skullcandy for a couple of years now.  I think they sound great and they look great.  I’ve seen several Skullcandy products, but they always seemed to be made of metal or plastic.  I was surprised to see Holua Galaxie earbuds, because they areRead More…


Wrapster keeps your earbuds organised!

on Saturday, July 3rd, 2010

Tangled up, messy earbud cords will be banished to the history books, thanks to the product development website Quirky. Those clever guys and gals who have designed some awesome gadgets have now produced a rather neat product that will help manage your earbud cords much more effectively. It’s called the Wrapster and it’s made from a durable plastic, which isRead More…


Spot for Earphones Review

on Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

How do you store your earbuds while they are not being used? Do you wad them up, cables and all and stuff them in your gearbag or pocket? Do you use a twisty tie? Are you fed up with whatever Macgyver-esque solution you’ve invented? Spot for Earphones might be an alternative for you. Let’s takeRead More…


The Perfect Spot to Store your Earbuds and Bluetooth Headset

on Saturday, May 22nd, 2010

What is a Spot? It’s a special holder / clip to hold earbuds or Bluetooth headset. There’s a Spot for your earbuds ($12.99) and a Spot for your Bluetooth headset ($10.99). I really like the idea of the earbud Spot. Right now I’m using a little magnetic clasp thingy that is basically an updated twistyRead More…


Sony Qlasp Earbuds

on Saturday, May 1st, 2010

The Sony MDR-PQ4 Qlasp earbuds clip to your earlobe to keep them in place no matter how active you are.  The Qlasp in-ear buds weigh less than a third of an ounce, have a 3.9 ft cord, and a gold-plated L-shaped mini plug.  The 9 mm dome-shaped driver reproduces frequencies of 6-23,000 Hz.  They come in aRead More…