|Remember this little picture? (Here it is if you don't remember)|
There is something different about this picture...it is the earphones. I don't run with music often and when I do I'm continually struggling to keep from catching the cord with my hand. It is never fun to yank the earbuds out of my ears on the run. So, when I was asked to review a BRAND SPANKIN' NEW PRODUCT called ClipE that would help, I had to say yes.
A few days later this came in the mail:
It is little and does exactly what I want it to do - keeps the cord out of my way while I'm running. Here are a few key pictures:
|I clipped it onto the collar of my shirt even though all the pictures so the clip attached to the front of the shirt.|
|clip on my shirt...I just wasn't a fan of the wrinkle. I did run with it there for a while and the ClipE didn't move. It didn't pull on the technical shirt. It stayed put.|
A little about the ClipE. You can find them on their website, facebook and on twitter (@MyClipE). It looks like they are adding designs all the time. Their website has them priced at $7.95 and you checkout through Amazon (so you know it's safe to buy them on-line). Part of the promo write-up I got says this:
The ClipE was invented by Jessica Bylsma, a professional pilot and avid runner who was dissatisfied with the limited solutions available for restraining her headphone cords while exercising. She searched through the options available on the market, but found them to be either unattractive or ineffective at keeping the cord from bumping around or interfering with movement. "Portable music is a must-have motivator for my workout routine, but I can't have wires getting in the way," says CEO and Founder Jessica Bylsma.
Would I buy these? Yes, if I ran with music more often.
Would I recommend these? Definitely
Will I use it again? I put my iPod away with the ClipE still attached because I plan on using it until it no longer works.
Disclaimer: I was sent this free of charge. The opinions of my review are mine and mine alone.