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Sumajin Smartwrap Earphone Cord Manager (Set of 3 - Black, White, Clear)

by Sumajin

Price: $14.99 & FREE Shipping on orders over $35. Details
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  • Perfect for all Apple iPods, most MP3 players, Sony walkmans and anything else that uses earbuds or headphones
  • Made of silicone rubber - won't damage your cord, flexible and comfortable to the touch
  • Easy to use - snap, wrap, snap, and go
  • Secures your headphone cables from snagging and catching on objects, or getting tangles in your pocket
  • Super light - 0.2oz

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Sumajin Smartwrap Earphone Cord Manager (Set of 3 - Black, White, Clear) + Nite Ize GT3-4PK-A1 Gear Tie Reusable 3-Inch Rubber Twist Tie, Assorted Colors
Price for both: $17.97

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.8 x 0.8 x 0.1 inches ; 0.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000OCZAT0
  • Item model number: 12723
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (58 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: November 12, 2005

Product Description

Smartwrap, winner of ID magazine's Design Distinction award, is a cord manager for headphone cables. No more fussing with too much cable hanging between your music player and your earphones - just wind up the slack and lock it in. Smartwrap is easy to use. All that is required is to snap the cord into place at one of two places, then wrap and snap into place again. Clear, White and Black

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Customer Reviews

Once wrapped, they make a nice little package that would fit well in a purse or pocket.
Kristi Swede
This neat little wrap keeps my cord from being tangled, is easily adjusted and has helped me from breaking the thin wires on my ERI6 headphones.
Obiburner
It's easy to slide the cord in and out of the notches, so you can easily change the length wrapped around it.
Andrew A. Russell

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

133 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Armand M. Inezian on April 18, 2006
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Just as an fyi- this particular product: "SUMAJIN Smartwraps Earphone Cord Manager" is actually a set of three cord managers. This is a good thing, but I was a little confused because when I ordered, I saw three managers pictured. However, nowhere on the page does it say how many you get when you buy (Or, at least, I was unable to find that information).
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53 of 55 people found the following review helpful By shuaddict on December 6, 2005
When you take a look at pictures of the Sumajin Smartwraps online, you'd think "Oh it's such a simple thing .. I can make that myself" or even think "I'm not going to pay for something so simple like that!".

But once you hold it in your hands and wrap your earphone cords around it, you'll wonder how in the world could you have ever done without it before. It's simple yes but that's the beauty in it.

No more carefully placing your earphones into your bag or pocket so it won't come out tangled. Or worse wrap them around your walkman/CD player/mp3 player .. hands up, those who had to resort to that.

The SmartWrap feels nice and solid in your hands. It doesn't have sharp edges or cut into your cords - as compared to some homemade alternatives some 'innovative' people tried to make themselves :) It doesn't add bulk as compared to other cord managers. Best of all you can barely feel its presence when you leave it hanging loose as you move about i.e. it doesn't tug on your earphones.

It comes in a variety of colors - psychedelic or not, so you can change them up according to your mood .. if you're inclined to do so.
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Matachen on January 14, 2007
One of the best accessories I've seen for the iPod: they are small, inexpensive, durable, unobtrusive, simple, effective, protect the wires for your earphones from bad habits (like wrapping them around your iPod) and they are even good looking. They have helped to protect my AUDIO OUTFITTERS SX50 ezEars Earphones for the Apple iPod for well over a year. Look just fine with a new iPod or my old Apple 20 GB iPod M8741LL/A (2nd Generation.) Couldn't be better.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Obiburner on August 10, 2006
I love these. When I got my first IPOD, pre click wheel, I used the wired "remote" that came with the IPOD which made a tangled mess of wires and headphones. I thought to myself, if only there was a way of keeping things from getting tangled and tied up. Sometimes I had my IPOD in my front shirt pocket, sometimes on a belt, other times, in a lower pocket on carge type pants, so the length of wire I needed varied according to my outfit. At the end of the day, I'd find myself untangling the wired remote from the headphone wire especially when using the top shirt pocket.

One day while searching Ebay for a retractable firewire cord for my IPOD, I ran across this useful little wrap. It was being sold by someone in Australia. The price of shipping was high for just one unit, and after contacting the seller, I learned that he would combine shipping costs for up to 8 of them. I knew a lot of friends with Ipods, I used different headphones depending on my environment, so I went ahead and bought 8. Glad I did. Everyone I gave one to as a gift three years ago are still using theirs. And even though I've reduced the number of headphones I use to one, and dropped the wired remote once the click wheel Ipod came out, I still place my Ipod in different pockets or on a belt. This neat little wrap keeps my cord from being tangled, is easily adjusted and has helped me from breaking the thin wires on my ERI6 headphones. They are light, durable, washable, and best of all, come in different colors to match almost any IPOD case or headphone wire color. Now, if only I was that inventive.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Margaret Auld-louie on August 5, 2007
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I had bought a similar product from Wal-mart (except shaped more like a 3-dimensional hourglass) and discovered to my horror that it was crushing the cables of my favorite earbud headphones because the slots were too tight. Every time I slid the cables in they would get pinched and crushed. So I quit using it and with some trepidation bought this product. Well, this one is made just right. I can slide the cables into the slots and they don't get crushed at all, since the slots are loose enough. So I would highly recommend this product.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Scott on October 8, 2008
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I bought this as a replacement for a cord manager that came with my pair of Sony earbuds, which I lost shortly after buying the earbuds and was unable to get a replacement. While not as "revolutionary" as I thought they would be, these are pretty nifty to have. Each one is really lightweight so you barely notice them after a while. I've found that they really come in handy while working out at the gym. The pack comes with three of these, so I use the other two for my other sets of earbuds. I would recommend to those who are bothered by the cord length of their headphones/earbuds. Shipping was pretty fast, too.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on January 11, 2008
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The Sumajin Smartwraps are definitely a quality product. Very well made and the shipping/service was first rate.

But maybe the Smartwrap is too well-made. It's just a bit too heavy. I bought this with the intent of using it to manage the ear-bud cord for my iPod Nano, which I wear on my arm while working out. If I don't safety-pin the whole shebang to the front of my shirt, it'll bounce all over while I'm running (pulling the buds out of my ears) or get in the way while working with weights. If they integrated an alligator clip or some other method of securing the unit, it'd probably be perfect.

So I give the Smartwraps a solid 4 stars for being really good at what they do but knock a star off for not filling my particular need very well.
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