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Part 2: There are a few pieces of gear you could use everyday, iMuffs fit there too.
Students may find that very helpful if they are studying at the library but still want to be playing their favorite album, the controls allow them to fast and easy access to control their iPhone or iPod touch without taking them off track, less of a distraction, and they can quickly get back to where they felt off.
It's fun for all ages, and I know plenty of people who enjoy taking there morning or after dinner walks. While iMuffs don't use cables and it uses Bluetooth technology you won't have to worry about your headphone cables messing you your walking stride. Just plugin the adapter, and place your iMuffs and you a definitely good to go.
There are always people at my gym listening to music, and most of us don't care for the music the gym plays over the speakers, and everyone I see all do the same thing when wearing their headphones. Wrapping it around there arm, having it come up thought their shirt, or happing it dangling. The quality that iMuffs bring to this device is great for a work out as well. While not having to worry about how you are going to listen to your music, you can focus on just getting that exercise, just keep you phone within 30 feet or in your pocket.
Every few weeks I have to head to the laundry matte down the street, there is always people there around me, even kids running around at times. Not something I always want to listen to, luckily I have my iPhone, so listening to music is key in that environment, and of course I am busy with my hands loading the laundry to and from my basket, and can't forget folding the laundry as well. One issue I would always have would be the ear buds always popping out of my ears because the short white iPod cable would get caught anytime I would try and do something, weather it was loading my cloths or folding. Since I recently switched over to iMuffs my hands now free to take care of all my laundry hassle free, well I still deal with the machine eating a quarter now and then.
The same goes for grocery shopping, just as I said for doing laundry, usually there are tons of people at the market if you're there at a busy hour. Depending on how many items you need you could be there for awhile, and then waiting at checkout. Weather you are pushing a cart or caring the basket around the store, keeping your hands free is what we are all working on. iMuffs should be on your list of what to buy. Having them with you makes your music listening experience much more enjoyable.
The possibilities are endless, you could be eating lunch or at your favorite coffee shop, and say you just downloaded a latest podcast, you can be listening to it while you browse a magazine. Turning the pages and multitasking stress free, and if you have been sitting for awhile feel free to stretch! This all done without thinking what could get in the way.
Do you like to be creative and paint? possibly an art student or something who likes to work not on a computer but with other mediums. I have certainly been there, and depending on what kind of canvas you are working on you could be moving around a lot or leaning over, and switching up the mediums or sharpening your tip. There is a lot of movement and things just get in the way, and ear buds tend to fall out a lot. This makes creating a little more tiresome because you are always readjusting, yet why not just gear up with iMuffs and brush away.
I d like to think that since everyone is trying to find an easier, and more productive life style, why not do both at the same time, and iMuffs is a better way to keep up with your lifestyle and still enjoy your music and your playlist hands free. I don t think Wi-Gear is going to stop here, I am sure they are looking to make this product even better with down the line. But why wait and experience them for yourself! Give a friendly hello to Wi-Gear.
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John Haley is a freelance video effects artist, and demo artist. Recent projects have included creation of animations for many of Mattel's Sizzle Reels, designing motion slates, and animation of the Air Quality Index for the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). He has worked on promo, commercial and music video compositing as well. John is a graduate of Video Symphony's Motion Graphics Program in Burbank, CA. http://www.johnhaley.tv/
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