Earhoox Launches On IndieGoGo, Offering A Solution To A Common Problem Faced By Millions
earhoox™ introduces it's premier earbud accessory on IndieGoGo.com
earhoox are designed to work with the standard earbuds included with many popular personal consumer electronics, including cellphones, tablets and MP3 players. Users of these earbuds often experience frustration and interrupted physical activity due to the products’ constant slipping from the ear.
Invented and patented by college friends Jeff Becker and Helmut Wyzisk III, who appear on the earhoox promo video, (https://vimeo.com/
Made of pliable yet durable silicone, the earhoox “shark fin tip” was designed to fit snugly and comfortably within the natural curve and shape of the ear’s helix (the curved rim) while the ear canal securely cradles the earbud. This design creates a zero gravity effect as it moves the pressure away from the ear canal because the earbud is secured from above, preventing slips and slides, and enhancing the listening experience.
earhoox come in two sizes as well as a variety of standard colors and can be custom ordered in any color and with logos to promote businesses or events.
earhoox™ is the solution to the common problem of loose, uncomfortable earbuds. More specifically, earhoox™ is a set of silicone attachments for your current earbuds that apply pressure and traction to key points of your ear giving your existing earbuds a much more secure and comfortable fit – one that is in tune with an active lifestyle. Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/
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Media Contact: Helmut Wyzisk III, earhoox, email@example.com, (407) 900-8825