Here’s Hoping These Clever Paperclip Headphones Don’t Sound Like Crap

Here’s Hoping These Clever Paperclip Headphones Don’t Sound Like Crap
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Most office drones assume paperclips can only be used with stacks of documents. But somewhere out there, someone has realised that the clipping power of paper clips could keep control of an annoying headphone cable — and now we have a brilliant solutionfor wrangling earbud wires.

These Paperclip Headphones have a hollow plastic design that allows the cords from your earbuds to pass right through. So you can adjust the position of the clip along the length of the cord, and then secure them to your shirt pocket, bag strap or any place that makes wearing wired headphones far less annoying.

Clever design aside, if they sound awful, not even such a handy gimmick will convince people to actually buy a pair. [25togo Design Store via Technabob]