December 15, 2012 in Mobile Accessories (F)
[prMac.com] Orlando, Florida - earhoox(TM), the cure for loose, uncomfortable earbuds, now appears on popular global crowdfunding site IndieGoGo, to kick off the launch of its premier earhoox product.
earhoox are designed to work with the standard earbuds included with many popular personal consumer electronics, including cellphones, tablets and MP3 players. Users of these earbuds often experience frustration and interrupted physical activity due to the products' constant slipping from the ear.
Invented and patented by college friends Jeff Becker and Helmut Wyzisk III, who appear on the earhoox promo video, earhoox was the natural response to a problem both men found prevalent on the subway, on the streets and at the gym. "Loose, uncomfortable earbuds seemed to be a universal problem and earhoox were just a natural problem solver. earhoox bring a sense of confidence to those engaged in physical activity, knowing that a run or a workout won't be interrupted by a rebellious earbud." explain Helmut and Jeff.
Made of pliable yet durable silicone, the earhoox "shark fin tip" was designed to fit snugly and comfortably within the natural curve and shape of the ear's helix (the curved rim) while the ear canal securely cradles the earbud. This design creates a zero gravity effect as it moves the pressure away from the ear canal because the earbud is secured from above, preventing slips and slides, and enhancing the listening experience.
earhoox come in two sizes as well as a variety of standard colors and can be custom ordered in any color and with logos to promote businesses or events.
IndieGoGo is the world's largest self-serve open-funding platform. Since its founding in 2008, the site has distributed millions of dollars to over 24,000 campaigns in 159 countries. Anyone in the world with a dream to make their idea a reality can easily create a campaign to raise money, offer perks and maintain 100% ownership. The company has been featured on "Oprah," ABC's "Good Morning America," and the BBC, as well as in the Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, and Techcrunch. IndieGoGo is headquartered in San Francisco, CA. For more information, visit indiegogo.com and follow at twitter.com/indiegogo and facebook.com/indiegogo.
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