\r\n\r\nWhen Apple released the current iPod Nano there was some initial dismay - they've changed the form factor again and again rendering many accessories useless - that is until folks realized it could double as a watch with the proper case. \u00a0The result was an assortment of Kickstarter projects and products that turned the touchscreen music player into a timepiece that could boast a variety of faces. \u00a0However, one sustaining shortcoming of the iPod Nano is the lack of Bluetooth. \u00a0Which means that anyone exercising with the device will still have to drape a cord from wrist to ear. \u00a0Not an ideal setup for a serious runner.\r\n\r\nEnter the\u00a0SYRE. \u00a0At first blush it appears to be yet another watch case for the Nano. \u00a0And don't get us wrong, for the most part it is. \u00a0However, what you can't see is the integrated Bluetooth chip into the\u00a0SYRE case, enabling Bluetooth headphones and those alike to wirelessly connect to the player without the hassle of wires and tangled cords getting in the way of your\u00a0rigorous\u00a0exercise - see our list of Best Headphones for Working Out. \u00a0Playing second fiddle in the feature department is a casing that protects the Nano's ports from sweat, as well as bump and drops.\r\n\r\nThe SYRE is currently awaiting approval from Kickstarter to go live, which should happen in a matter of days.