Nowadays, a lot of headphones come with a nice little cable wrapper of their own to keep your headphones neat and untangled, but reader NickyB1092 shows us one he made with just an old gift card and some scissors. It's essentially just two large notches on either side in which to wrap the cable, with an extra two small notches on one side to keep the cable from slipping free. Of course, if you have a bit of foam mat around, you can use that too. Got your own favourite cord-wrapping method? Share it with us in the comments.
DIY Headphone Cable Wrapper From A Gift Card
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