Not everyone can afford Bluetooth headphones.  Or perhaps your portable music player of choice doesn’t sport the aforementioned wireless standard.  This means that your headphones are of the wired ilk.  And wires, at least while you exercise, can be so annoying it’s enough to ditch the tunes in order to finish your workout without constantly readjusting the cord or replacing an earbud that falls out.

The Klingg is a simple idea that costs just $20.  Instead of battling loose cords, or channeling the cord underneath your short and out of the collar to minimize its movement, the Klingg cleanly hold it in place.  It works by first fixing the headphone cord into the slot.  Next, a magnet, which is removable from the base of the product, is placed underneath your shirt.  Finally, placing the Klingg anywhere on your shirt by aligning it to the magnetic bottom causes it to almost magically fix in place.

Thanks to the Klingg’s headphone slot your cord won’t wabble around, and the magnetic base , through the power of friction, will stay in place sans clips or pins.  Lastly, the Klingg can be used to wrap up your headphones and neatly store them away when they’re not in use.  This should eliminate knots and perhaps extend the life of your headphones.

According to company behind the Klingg, it’s completely weather resistant and weighs just 1 oz.  You can buy it today in a variety of colors, which includes black/green, blue/green, white/purple, black/red, or white/red.

Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."