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Hong Kong, Hong Kong, 2010/01/29 - skylabs Products Ltd - miniWINDER™, a handy way for music player and cell phone users to master their earphones - SkylabsProducts.com.
skylabs Products Ltd. has invented a compact device that prevents the tangling and knotting of earphone wires that will work with any music player on the market, miniWINDER™ is the world’s smallest earphone carrier with push-button retraction.
skylabs, a self-described invention company, opened its primary online store in January 2010 in time for the release of their first product, the miniWINDER™. The device has been specially designed by a team of engineers to wind up the user’s earphones at the push of a button, thus removing the chance of tangled or knotted wires.
miniWINDER™ is initially available at the skylabs online store, with shipping to 14 countries, soon to be released to retailers in the United States of America. skylabs’ miniWINDER™ comes in eight distinct colors that reflect today’s popular music players.
“People wanted a cool gadget to make it easy to unwind their earphones quickly, and carry them in a neat way. We came up with the miniWINDER for them, and have now started making it in some great fashion colors to match their iPods, cell phones, even handbags or clothes,” said Cameron Spencer, skylabs’ Founder and CEO. “We looked at every other attempt that had been made to store earphones and knew there must be a better way.”
To use the miniWINDER™ consumers can simply insert part of their earphone wires into the top of the device, press the button, and watch as their earphones are wound up safely inside. miniWINDER™ can be used while listening to music or for storage of earphones.
skylabs Products Ltd (skylabsproducts.com), based in Hong Kong, was founded in 2010. Currently skylabs is focusing on developing lifestyle products that will be engineered to provide solutions around the home with a vision of tackling global problems in the future such as, better disease diagnosis technology, roadable aircraft, cheaper energy, and improved crop efficiency.