Earbud Yo-Yo Keeps Earbuds Untangled

Posted: Dec 26 2008, 6:25am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:19pm CDT, in News | Other Stuff

 
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Every time I reach into my desk drawer to grab a pair of earphones, I end up spending some time untangling a mass of cords wound up in a massive knot. I am sure that many users go through the same thing. At CES, a simple little device called the Earbud Yo-Yo will be debuting.

The Earbud Yo-Yo is a square yo-yo like a kid would play with minus the string. You wind your earbud cable around the yo-yo to keep it from getting tangled. The concept is simple enough and is really along the lines of winding your earbuds around your MP3 player.

The difference here is that the design of the device appears to prevent the cord from loosening up and becoming tangled anyway, as cords wrapped around an MP3 player are apt to do. The gadget should be cheap too there isn’t much to it.

Via Covington Creations

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