The tips are made from silicone and attach to gloves with a metal pin so your device's screen is protected from scratches.
Since the device is produced by Quirky's crowd-sourced design program, it's currently only in production and not available immediately. But, buyers can check back often for updates on its manufacture, distribution, and when you can expect to receive it.
If one of your goals for 2010 is to get your pile of gadget cables under control, I can help. But, if you're looking for a sweet and sexy tool to allow your cables some room to breathe, check out the Sling Back. Not just for making your legs look longer, this Sling Back is a retractable universal cable manager that fits cords as tiny as 1/8" in diameter (as in, your headphone cords), and sucks up to three feet of cable in its sleek little body. That's quite an appetite.
But, the best part is, the Sling Back comes from Quirky — a site where I can find a robust supply of cool, original products — and is made by independent inventors for the low, low price of $10. You certainly won't find a Steve Madden slingback for that price.
Whenever you see new gadgets or intricately designed gizmos, do you ever think, "I could have created that"? Well now's your chance because with a site called Quirky, you use your brilliant ideas to help create a brand new product.Whether it's naming the ultimate Apple accessory, contributing to products in development, or coming up with your own product to be manufactured and delivered in a very short timeframe (stuff is made every few days), Quirky is guaranteed to tap into your inner inventor. Oh, and they'll even reward you with cash money for your ideas.
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