SendStation announces earBuddy the ultimate carrying case for iPod earbuds
Frankfurt/Main, Germany September 15, 2005 SendStation Systems, creators of the popular PocketDock line of iPod adaptors, today announced the earBuddy carrying case for those white iPod earbuds, which have become the irreplaceable lifestyle accessory of the decade.
The ultracompact case (about the size of a jewelry box) has been designed specifically with the iPod earbuds in mind, but can hold many other earbuds as well. It is coated with ballistic nylon and built to withstand 200 lbs. or 90 kg of force. The ABS frame on the inside lets you easily wind up the cable and store everything simply and safely in the smallest possible space.
“Don't forget: the iPod earbuds have a standard 3.5 mm plug found on every notebook, computer or A/V device,” says André Klein, SendStation Systems’ founder. “By using an earBuddy, your iPod earbuds not only are protected, but you also have them at hand when and wherever you need them. With its detachable keyring earBuddy goes everywhere: on your keys, your backpack or your sling bag.”
earBuddy comes in two color schemes: a stunning black & silver version with orange zipper and a discreet, all black version.
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Pricing & Availability
earBuddy is expected to ship in late September 2005. A suggested retail price has not yet been determined. earBuddy will be available directly from SendStation Systems at sendstation.com and from authorized dealers worldwide.
About SendStation Systems
SendStation Systems, a company based in Frankfurt, Germany, designs and manufactures world-class iPod and Mac accessories. As one of the first authorized suppliers since the iPod took off in 2003, SendStation Systems has launched its series of successful PocketDock iPod adapters. Products are available through thousands of retailers around the globe including Apple Stores worldwide. More information about SendStation Systems is available at sendstation.com.
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