Thursday, July 4, 2013

TurtleCell iPhone Case with Retractable Earbuds

Do you like to listen to music on your iPhone and often get frustrated to know that you have left the earphones back home? Or you find earphones so jumbled up in their wires that it really takes a hell lot of time to straighten out the wires?

Well if you fall into this category - there are good news for you!!

TurtleCell iPhone case has a solution for you - now you have retractable earbuds that can be pulled out easily and sent back on their own in their resting sockets when not needed.
The two earbuds and winding mechanism fit unobtrusively into the case, only adding about 6 mm of thickness and 25 mm of height to an iPhone 5 when attached. When users want to listen to audio through the headphones, they just push a button on the left side and pull the earbuds out.
The cable fully extends about 1.2 m (4 ft) and can lock in place, giving a person enough room to listen to some music with their phone safely in a pocket. Pushing that same button a second time will retract the cable back into the case for storage.

The TurtleCell case has been built specifically for the earbuds that are included, so you won't be able to swap in your own pair. A second button on the right of the case also connects and disconnects the headphones entirely, in case you want to use the phone's regular speakers or take a call.

Right now, the designers are running a Kickstarter campaign to bring the TurtleCell case into production. Anyone who contributes US$50 or more can pre-order one in black, white, blue, green, or pink. The regular cases are expected to ship in December, while the ones with a microphone should release in March of 2014.

via gizmag
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