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Earbuds tend to go into pockets and bags neatly folded, yet come out an impossibly tangled mess. This durable little contraption allows you to wrap your headphones vertically so they're neater and flatter in your pocket. A totally sweet and unexpected extra: when not housing your earbud cords, the Wrapster works as a stand for your iPhone in landscape mode.
It doesn't work with newer earbuds, like Apple EarPods, that have a volume control built in. They just don't do the trick.2
not sure why they make this product, the time it takes to wrap up and undo the headphones is about the same as just just untangling them2
this doesn't work for headphones with a 3 button mic. It's sort of a failure from a design perspective. I have tangle-free headphones so this actually DECREASES functionality. :\2
Yep, you can certainly wrap your earbud cord around this piece of plastic. But functionalty..not so much. Sorry-fail.2
Bulky, but keeps headphones untangled. It is not very convenient to thread headphones into it (especially with microphone) and then having to take them out for use. Integrated notches to tuck in the end of the cable would be helpful.2
If you have the microphone on your headphones it makes it very hard to wrap the chords tightly. You have to make it kind of slack and then what's the real point of the product? I usually just wrap mine with a binder clip and it works fine. This seemed like just another thing to carry around with you.2
great concept, but poor design-- the wrapster does not accommodate the mic that is attached to my headphones. It's also really cumbersome-- I wish there was a way to have it attached to my phone or keep it attached to my headphones when I'm using it.2
It definitely works, but I do not care for something like this at all. Wouldn't buy out of a 99 cent bin2
I use two pairs of headphones regularly. One already has a built in cable organiser and the other has an old-school type curly cable which shouldn't be stretched out like this.
It may do it's job but there are definitely more stylish and effective solutions out there
I tried using them and became a hassle. I gave them to away and have yet to see him use them lol I'm assuming he doesn't like them either.2