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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.
Doesn't work with the Apples earbuds with the mic on them. The mic hits the product right in the center and won't wrap tightly.2
These are functional but not something I think I will use. It just feels too cheap. Disappointed but it didn't break the bank.2
Kind of useless.this doesn't work as well as care for you wrapping your headphones, sure it's a little gadget to do that but each time I used it I found I was thinking inside of the little plastic sides.2
It took me longer to get the earbuds situated and wrapped correctly and then taking them off the thing than it would to just wrap around my fingers like I usually do.2
I wanted to like this product because it's a good idea. But when it came and I tried to use it, I found that there's no way to make it work with what I'd think would be the most common type of earbuds -- the ones that come with the current version of the iPhone (iPhone 6; I think it uses the same ones as iPhone 5). No matter which end you start wrapping the cords from, the hard plastic microphone piece always falls at one end of the wrap, meaning that you can't wrap it around the product tightly enough to make it useful. I'm not sure which earbuds this product was designed to work with, but it's definitley not the standard Apple earbuds -- don't buy it if you use them.2
I was wrapping the headphones around it and it snapped in half. Price is equal to the product though, so that's good.2
The headphones need to be held outside manually so that you can wrap the cord around the middle. Then, there really isn't a place for the end of your cord to fit in.2
Kind of disappointed I got this piece of junk in my box. I can use a piece of card board to wrap my headphones if I wanted to. what makes this special?2
I liked the idea behind this, but with it being so small, I have already lost it. I had to revert back to my old method. Once the come up I hope to get more use out of them.2
These don't fit the headphones I am trying to wrap around them. There must be some special way that you need to wrap your headphones that I am unaware of.2