I didn’t know we were in a world of cord chaos, then again looking at my headphones I find they’re not exactly orderly. I try and keep them untangled and neat, but it does always happen. I’m sure you know what I mean. The Sinch is a new and unique little gadget that aims to help you keep your earphone cords from becoming a tangled and chaotic mess. It’s a really simple device actually, just an elastic band with magnets in it basically but it gets the job done.
When it comes to managing their messy headphones, Americans want a better way to live tangle-free. In fact, a recent survey* of more than 2,000 adults shows that 88 percent wish there was a way to keep their headphone cords from tangling. The survey, commissioned by Dune Road Design LLC, maker of the Sinch, also revealed that more than two-thirds of wired headphone users are frustrated by tangled cords and more than half spend at least a minute per day untangling their cords. Fortunately, the Sinch—a new, high-design answer to the problem of keeping smart device cords tangle-free—is now available for purchase in black or white for $15.99 through Facebook and http://www.thesinch.com. Additional colors and new, complementary products will be available shortly.
The secrets of the Sinch lie in its design; an elastic band encapsulates magnets that attach to the audio plug on any smart device headset. Users can then do what they naturally do – wrap their headphones around their device then secure the cords with the Sinch. Unlike other products, this is the only headphone organizer that keeps cords connected to the device for convenient access, but still allows users to remove and store their bundled cords. The sleek and simple design, created by leading innovation firm frog, makes it lightweight, low-profile and transferable to multiple devices.