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iPhone 5 Earbud Wrap
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A lot of earbud wrappers still fit only the older iPhone/iPod/iPad earphones. I needed one for my iPhone 5 buds which have a volume switch/mic on the cord. So it had to wrap at very particular lengths of the wire.
This one hugs the heads of the buds, keeps the stalks inside, allows you to wrap the wire nicely, and has a clip for the jack to hold it all together.
PLEASE NOTE: The original model had two connected, solid shapes, and some printers don't like that. This model is a single, watertight model, much better for almost all printers.
I hope you like it.
PLEASE NOTE: A PERSON IS SELLING THESE ON ETSY AS HIS OWN DESIGN. IT IS NOT. PLEASE DO NOT PURCHASE FROM THAT SELLER.
This is my design, carefully iterated on until it works perfectly.
I started with cardboard to get the desired length so the microphone/volume switch wouldn't end up where you'd want wire to bend. Then I printed a test, changed some values to better fit the bud shafts, and added a jack clip.
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