Zipbuds intros second generation of zippable headphones, still ingeniously sexy

We hate it when our earphones tangle up. It’s an annoying problem that some people may hastag as #firstworldproblems, but it’s true. That’s not a problem with the ingeniously designed Zipbuds, which coincidentally, is now in it’s second generation of hardware. The new G2 Zipbuds still zips up and keeps your headphones nice and organized, but now come with better sound via premium 11mm drivers, has lighter zipper pull and redesigned aluminum ear buds which give gamers and music enthusiasts a better overall experience when playing their games and listening to music.

“Our 2nd generation Zipbuds earphones have been through a lot in the past year. We like to think that they received an advanced degree in engineering, have been working out and cutting body weight, and studying up on the latest, most cutting edge fashions,” says Vice-President Robin DeFay “Our original concept of the zip-up, tangle-free earphones was the first of its kind to hit the market. Now we’re polishing that design and technology to stay ahead of competitors who are looking to duplicate this forward-thinking trend.”

Zipbuds are the perfect earbuds for on-the-go listening, whether exercising at the gym, studying, road tripping, laying out at the pool, or travelling. Ultra-flexible and ultra-light, the “vertebrae” zipper design features feather-light flexibility. Its unrivaled sound quality generates richly detailed audio quality with minimized distortion. Zipbuds come in a variety of colors, including black & black, pink & black, blue & black, pink & white, and blue & white. Zipbuds also come with sweat resistant Sport Ear Clips to ensure a comfortable fit during physical activity. They retail for about  $39.99 a pop, and can be found in online stores for now. We’ll update you guys once we find a local distributor.



  1. Nice idea, controlling the earbuds in this way is better than winding around something. There is another product that controls the wires in a similar way, its called stashcord. With stashcord you don’t have to get rid of your headphones, just your tangles.

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