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Handiheadset: Talk to the Hand

by Hazel Chua
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Holding a mobile phone up to their ears for the entire duration of an hour-long call is the leading cause of wrist strain for mobile users today. Okay, so I just made that stat up, but doing so isn’t really something that people enjoy doing.

Headsets eventually came along, and mobile users (and their wrists) from all over the world were happy. And then came the Handiheadset.

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The Handiheadset is a headset designed by Stephen Moore, and as you can see, it’s in the shape of a hand. A hand making the “call me” sign, to be specific. It’s infinitely bulkier than most headsets and will probably earn you more stares than a typical headset would, but if the novelty appeals more to you than practicality or convenience, then by all means, get one!

The Handiheadset is currently up for funding on Kickstarter, where a minimum pledge of £20 (~$34 USD) will get you one of your very own.

[via Incredible Things]



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