These Chains Turn Wireless AirPods Into Wired AirPods

Harin - Dec 07, 2019


These Chains Turn Wireless AirPods Into Wired AirPods

Apple AirPods is now the world’s most popular wireless earbuds. And there is now a trend to attach chains to these earbuds.

Apple AirPods is now the world’s most popular wireless earbuds. You can easily meet someone wearing these popular earbuds while walking casually around the streets. The rising popularity of wireless earbuds, their advantageous usability, and the brand factor all contribute to this product’s success even though it doesn’t have a pleasant price.

While someone pays quite a bit for the AirPods, there is now a trend of putting wires back to these earbuds. And the person behind this trend even creates a website.

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These chains allow wearers to put them around their necks as an accessory.

Tapper has been successfully promoting its chains for AirPods. These chains allow wearers to put them around their necks as an accessory. There are three different types of custom-made chains including a metal one, a leather one, and a nylon one. All of these have two mounts with magnets to fix the earbuds, preventing them from falling off.

Of course, people don’t buy these chains just to protect their AirPods, but they view them as a new technology fashion item. To them, wear AirPods with chains is more stylish than wearing these earbuds alone. Even so, perhaps they don’t realize that they will spend another 30 to 80 EUR (Rs 2,365 to Rs 6,307) to turn these wireless earbuds into wired earbuds.

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There are three different types of custom-made chains.

The gold one might look cool, but with its price, it definitely isn’t a smart investment. Instead of a fashion statement, these chains might be seen as a waste of money and go against why AirPods is made. After all, wireless earbuds are created to offer you convenience when compared to using wired earbuds.

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