No more tangled or lost headphones with Wraps

Might be more useful than any wearable

At CES in Las Vegas it can be easy to look past the little strokes of genius when you’re only hearing about a wallpaper thin television. On the show floor this week we came across a fashionable range of headphones but with a bit of smarts thrown in too.

Called Wraps, these headphones are designed to be wrapped around your wrist when not in use. This is possible for two reasons; they look good wrapped around your wrist and there is a small plug that prevents them from coming loose.


We found them on the Myer website to confirm they’re sold in Australia and they’re less than $40 a pair. They have varying prices because some are very simple in materials and some are leather, wooden etc. The pair we liked the most was a brown leather which looked like Indiana Jones’ good old whip.

They sound rather good, still have the built-in mic and play/pause/answer/end button. It isn’t often we can say this at CES but they are available right now in Australia. It does happen sometimes!


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You may have seen Geoff on YouTube where his tech videos saw millions of views or heard him while he talks tech across the radio waves. In his day job though he is an IT manager, a lover of Formula 1, great food and wine and obviously; technology.
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