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When you store your earbuds in your pocket or backpack, they typically go in neatly folded like a new pair of shoelaces, but come out looking more like a ball of dried out spaghetti. This small and durable plastic contraption is designed to keep your headphones organized and detangled as they go in and out of your pocket.
The Quirky Wrapster is a great way to keep your headphones from getting tangled as you transport them from home to the office or the gym. Mine were always ending up in knots and I spent a good 5 minutes each time I needed to use them just untying the mess I had made before. They came with a carrying pouch, but that just encouraged more entanglement. Once I received this item I wrapped up my earphones and haven't stopped using it since. The only draw back to this product comes if your earphones have a solid volume/play button built into the cords. Mine do which makes wrapping up that section awkward, but not insurmountable. Overall very solid product I plan to use for years to come.4
For those of you that constantly carry your earphones with you, you know that it's necessary to have something to wrap them in so they don't get ruined in your pocket.4
Works better than any other headphone wrap device I've ever tried.4
I've been searching for a product like this for a long time! There's nothing more annoying than tangled cables. Problem solved!4
Perfect easy addition to your daily life. Makes carrying headphones a breeze!5
I see no reason to purchase this product. The same effect could be easily achieved with a rubber band. Quirky is a bland manufacturer.1
I dont have a lot of use for this product. It is good quality but seems unnecessary. not for me2
I've seen better products. Not perfectly easy to use. Tends to fall off during headphone use.2
Yes, it works, but I find it annoying to have this extra piece of plastic to lug around. I find it just as easy to wrap the cords around itself and tuck the end in the bundle. Problem solved.2
I like the concept but found that after a few days of using it I just tossed my headphones to the side instead of rewinding and unwinding constantly.3