When I first saw a photo of earbuds from IPopperz, I had to look twice to figure out that they weren’t some kind of new jewelry item! And when I realized that these clever, decorative but items served a more practical purpose, I was enchanted!
Earbuds are a ‘must-have” accessory for Ipods and other MP3 players, not to mentioned CDs and DVD players, but most are just dull, black or white. The I-popperz ear buds that let you show your personality and have a little fun with that most standard of headphone accessory. IPopperz will definitely get you noticed. There are 50 customized styles that fit all digital devices, in 5 themed collections: Buddyz (little faces–really cute!) Sportz (from soccer balls to race cars), Jewelz (lots of bling for not a lot of bucks), Graffiti (edgier designs like skulls & crossbones), and Colorz (earbuds with bold color combos). The prices range from $14.99 to $19.99 – not a lot of pay for something you probably use endlessly, and that will set you apart. Even better, you can customize the earbuds with three different earplug sizes so your earbuds feel comfy while they’re looking good. Their frequency is 20-20K Hz as found in full size headphones, with a 10mm speaker and a 3.5 mm gold plated plug.
Electronic devices don’t have to be boring! Whether you’re a teen, or a grown-up, it’s the little things that count. IPopperz just makes life a litter more fun. And, in case you’re wondering about the quality, I tested them against my expensive, noise-reduction headphones and the quality of the sound from my Ipod was virtually the same.
The lime green earbuds with orange and crystal peace symbols (shown above) are from the Jewelz Collection: called “Peacejewelz” $19.95. Peace symbols are both retro and really trendy and make an important statement. But you can even have your MP3 player match your swimsuit this Summer, with one of the 7 new designs from the IPopperz Summer line: Flip-flop, Sea Shell, American Flag, Starfish, Seahorse, Clownfish and Dolphin designs. Each I-Popperz has the decorated set of earbuds, and a matching slider (the adjustable clasp that holds the right and left earbud wires together).