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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.
With the current Apple EarPods headsets, the mic does not completely wrap around the wrapster and makes it even more clunkier without it. So disappointed in this purchase.1
this is lame. It's a piece of freaking cardboard. useless cardboard. My earphones do better without it thank you.1
I have an iPod Classic which serves as my cars endless library, but my phone is android so I have no use for this. I gave it to my girlfriend who does have an iPhone and uses headphones without regularly. Doesn't work with her phone since she has a case on it and she never has used it past trying it once.1
Maybe my headphone cords just don't get tangled enough, but I couldn't find a reason to use this.1
can't say this is something i would use...i normally just wrap my headphones around my ipod1
I find this to a be a completely pointless product and a waste of money.1
I really don't see anyone spending money on this thing simply to wrap ear buds around for storage. I use ear buds frequently for running and it just is a huge waste of time. It also advertises its self as a stand for an IPhone. I don't have an I phone so I tried my android htc sensation it worked for a second then it fell over due to it being top heave.
I tried my sisters iphone over the weekend and it didn't even fit in the slot to stand it up....
I just do not like this product I think it is a bit of a waste of material
Seems like a very specialized problem that these address.1
Another example of reducing clutter by ADDING clutter. This is useless.1
The wrapster warped after the first couple of uses rendering it useless.1