It’s human against earbud wires in the ongoing epic battle of the tangled earbud wars. Many a determined human wrestles against a tight knots strategy only to wind up frustrated and have a lot of time wasted in the end. Then came Jedi Inventor Ray Walker. His proposed plan? Spoolee.
The fabric finger wrap stores earbud wires in a way that tames those surly tangles and allows humans to effectively put those wild wires in their proper place. The way this weapon of cord control works is that the headphone jack gets inserted into a plastic holder on top of the Spoolee, the wires get wrapped around a finger at the ready, and the strap (which appears to be Velcro in nature) closes around it all to seal the fate of those now subdued earbuds. When it’s time to use the earbuds, just slip the product on a finger and pull for quick unraveling and fast access to those favorite tunes.
Seems like an interesting product worth looking into further. Backers might also like to check out MagClip, Mous Musicase, and D-Tangle. This campaign seeks to raise $8,000. Backers get one product for $9 with an expected delivery of February 2015.