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If you are a tech head, you've probably amassed quite a collection of miscellaneous cables that you aren't currently using, but might need later on. Keep them organized and tangle-free with a few toilet paper tubes in a box. We've mentioned using cardboard tubes to keep your cables tidy before , but Instructables user berserk takes it to a new level with a full-on cable organizer based on toilet paper tubes.
Headphones have a magic way of tangling themselves in inexplicably complicated knots.
When you grow weary of the pedestrian sound from "ear bud" headphones, the in-ear models might be your next step up. Here's a few tips on making your music sound great inside your ear canals.
Rather than learn fancy wraps or buy specialty holders to manage headphone tangles, why not sheath your standard earbuds in paracord , that durable, hard-to-twist wonder material? One crafty Instructables writer shows us how.
At this point, we've all found our favorite headphone-wrapping method , and even if yours works, I can promise you it's not as clever or inventive as DIYer Papydom's earbud zipper case. Papydom details how he combined a long zipper (in his case, from a clothing cover, but nearly any long enough zipper should do), head earbuds, and a little bit of sewing know-how to create this extremely clever earbud zipper case.
If you carry headphones with you everywhere you go but can't seem to find a tangle-free wrapping method that works for you, look no further than the duct tape of office supplies, the binder clip.