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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.
I am definitely one of those people that keep cords nicely wrapped up but this, while it keeps the cord pretty well, it takes too long to unwrap.2
The idea behind this product is great, but it is just something I would end up never using.2
I've actually been on the lookout for something like this to quickly and safely keep my ear phones. However I was disappointed when I first tried it out because I prefer to use my standard iphone ear plugs that come with the phone, however these do nothing to compensate for the fact that the ear plugs come with a remote, so I was unable to use these at all.2
This product is just ok. You can get similar things at the dollar store or 5 below. Didn't find it as effective as other ones i have used.2
it is really much easier to just wrap your headphones in a small circle and leave them in a protective case. how this is set up, the ear buds are still exposed and the product offers no protection. it does make your headphones look tidy, but i found no real use for this2
I really liked the idea of an earbud cord wrapper because I keep them in my car and they are always tangled. I didn't like the shape of these because the design causes sharp bends on the cord and those cords crack easily. I would really want this product to be easier to use, too, so I could grab the plug, grab the buds and easily unwrap as much as I need.2
This produce didn't work well with the Bose SoundSport headphones (Samsung compatible). Due to the volume controller, the cable can not be wrapped tightly around the Wrapster and it frequently unravelled in my bag/pocket2
This needed to be either slightly shorter or slightly longer. No matter how I wrap my earbuds, the play/pause button does not lie flat, which is a shame considering they are pretty ubiquitous.2
I use the Wrapster because I don't need to dig for it in my bag since it is right on the cord. It is light enough that I don't really notice it dangling.
The downside is that the headphone cords keep slipping out of the grooves and so you have to push them back in all the time. It makes the process of wrapping the cords much longer and clumsy than you'd think.
It didn't work too well on thicker cables and my earbuds2