Created by Luckies of London Ltd. for those who enjoy rocking out but still respecting their roommate’s quiet-time hours, these are the Rock On headphone and accessory holders, shaped like a hand making the classic ‘sign of the horns’ hand gesture.
Cut the cords on your headphones and grab these compact Bluetooth earbuds from 1Voice. They’re just the right size to stay in your ears, but are also nice and inconspicuous.
They offer up high quality sound, and minimize skips, static and other noise thanks to their high end CSR 4.2 Bluetooth chipset.
If you like to run or workout and need to keep track of your heart rate, you might have used a chest strap before. Those chest straps work fine, but they are uncomfortable. Other sorts of wearable sensors for heart rate can be difficult to get to work accurately at times.
Earphones are available in all sorts of shapes, colors, and sizes. Sometimes you find one that fits perfectly, and all is well in the world. Other times, you end up with a pair that’s a pain to use because they keep falling off because they’re either too loose or too tight.
If you find yourself listening to your tunes at night, check out these fun earbuds which have light-up cables. iGlō Pulse headphones not only illuminate, they can pulse to the beat of your music.
The wires are powered by a a built-in rechargeable battery which can provide up to three hours of light on a charge.
These slug and snail earbuds are pretty clever, but also pretty gross. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want any slugs or snails sticking their heads in my ear and whispering sweet nothings when music isn’t playing.
Back when I had time to go to the gym one of the things that seemed to happen all the time was that I would end up getting the cord to my headphones caught on some of the equipment and jerk my iPhone right out of my pocket.
When it comes to earphones, it’s best to have a couple of pairs around because you never know when you’ll lose your favorite pair or you’ll break them. These earbuds offer a surprising good audio response for their price, and are good entry-level, or backup earphones for your favorite pair.
One of the most annoying things about headphones is dealing with the excess cable as you move around. Many earbud makers have resolved this issue by putting a small clip on the cable, but the guys at Taiwan’s 25togo didn’t think that was sufficient, and they came up with their own solution.
I always hate it when earbuds pop out of my ears, especially when I’m on the bike or on a run. UK designer Michael Young has come up with earphone design that will probably stay put, no matter what you are doing.
I go through a couple of pairs of earbuds every month because of the careless way I handle them, letting them get all tangled, and sometimes damaging the wiring inside. I’m not, in any way, proud of that, although I figured it was worth mentioning since I think I’ve found the solution to my earphone woes: the Sinch.
Are you tired of fiddling with your earbuds when storing them and taking them out of your pocket? Take a look what Red Dot Design concept winner Donghee Suh has created. The Octopus Earbuds are fitted with suction cups that will adhere to your screen when they’re stowed.
For the last few years, the Shure earphones that I’ve got have been doing well. Once they break down, which is just a matter of time with most earbuds, I’ll probably want to check out something like these ones from Moshi Audio.
If there’s one thing that the world constantly needs, it’s good cases for your smartphones and devices.
I’m partial to silicone cases, while my sister goes for the leather ones. My dad likes hard shell cases while my other sister carries around her gadgets in the nude (and her phone and iPod are obviously the most banged up ones in our family.)
Okay, maybe using these otokurage earbuds won’t exactly feel like you’re sticking some of those slimy and stinging sea creatures into your ears, but that’s what inspired Japanese studio nendo when they came up with this translucent and ethereally colored earbud.
We’ve all been taught at a young age to never judge a book by its cover. I guess the same applies to these strange-looking earbuds that promise a whole new level of comfort when it comes to enjoying your music.