We've shared many headphone-wrapping techniques over the years, but our favourite is still the devil horns method for keeping them tangle-free. Over at Mac-centric weblog Mac|Life, they're using this for all their cables — and it works pretty well.It may seem a bit obvious, but for all the testing we've done with these headphone wrapping methods, we never thought to use them on our other cables too. It may take a bit more patience, since your iPod sync cable or your smartphone's USB cable are probably thicker and bulkier than your headphone cords, but it still does the job quite nicely. In fact, by wrapping all your cables like this, you can probably keep the ends a bit safer from the fraying that comes with bending them in weird ways. Plus, not only are you saving them from getting individually tangled, but from getting tangled with each other as well. Hit the link to see more, and if you've got a different cord wrapping method you're partial to, share it with us in the comments.
Use Headphone-Wrapping Methods On All Your Cables
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