Smartwrap, winner of I.D. Magazine’s Design Distinction Award, is a cord manager for iPod headphone cables. It is designed and developed by Sumajin, an industrial design firm in Singapore. Smartwrap is easy to use and it serves the purpose. All that is required is to snap the cord into place at one of two places, then wrap and snap into place again.
Smartwrap is thin enough to fit into our Marware 3G iPod CEO Classic case’s pocket. It is made of pliable plastic polymer and, like the Mac, it is simple, easy-to-use, and it just works. No more “two-finger” cord wrapping, Halleluiah! We have been using Smartwrap for about a week with our iPods and we have no idea how we got along without it. In fact, we’re planning to litter them all over as gifts to our iPod-using family and friends.
Each Smartwrap cost US$5. A per-order shipping cost of US$5 will be charged for orders up to 20 units. Until Smartwrap gets their online ordering system up and running, all payments can be made via PayPal. Items ordered will be sent by registered mail once payment is made. Delivery takes approximately 14 days. Smartwrap comes in white, translucent, black, orange, blue, green, purple and red. So, for $10 bucks total, you will have your Smartwrap in two weeks.
It is worth the wait. MacDailyNews highly recommends Sumajin’s Smartwrap Headphone Cord Manager for all iPod and iPod mini users.
See the Smartwrap and order it here – you’ll be glad you did.