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Plug Up Your Vacant Headphone Jack With Plugys

by Hazel Chua
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For a good few decades, the sole purpose of the headphone jack on our Walkmans, Zunes, and iPods was so that we had a place to plug in our headphones to enjoy sounds and audio on a more personal level. And that has worked fine, but apparently, Plugys thinks they can also be used to add to the aesthetics of your device.

Everyone, meet the Plugys. Plugys, meet everyone.

If, for some reason, you’d like to turn any one of your media devices that come with a headphone jack into a plant, a faucet, a bolt, a key, a spring, or a mushroom, then go right ahead and order one of these Plugys.

Strapya World adds that the Plugy is also a useful invention, since “it prevents dirt from getting into the earphone jack.” But we’ve gone for so long without plugging these quirky Plugys into our devices, and I don’t feel like that dirt did much damage on my iPod. What about you?

Anyhow, each of these Plugys go for ¥400 ($4.90), so if you’d like to pre-order one (or two or three or all six), then head right on over to Strapya World.

[via Oh Gizmo!]

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