The problem is that the headphones frequently fall out of my ears. The chord jumps around and just tugs them right out. And when you are joggling, the chords for the headphones can get in the way of the beanbags which can lead to the headphones being pulled out of your ears. This can be really annoying! It also can slow down your running and disrupt your workout.
I’ve tried a number of strategies to prevent this problem and my best solution is as follows.
- String the chord up under your shirt.
- Put headphone in one ear.
- Put the other headphone under your hat
This works pretty well but it is not without its drawbacks, namely, the chord rubs against my skin and causes chaffing.
Clipe to the rescue
So, this company sent me a sample product of ClipE which is a little plastic clip that keeps the headphone chords held to your shirt. I was a bit skeptical because my headphone chord strategy was working alright, but I was willing to give it a try.
Well, after having used the ClipE for a week, I have to say I’m impressed. It does an excellent job of keeping the chords from falling out of my ears. It works for my short quick runs and my long slow runs. I’m convinced.
So, if you’re looking for a solution to the problem of headphones falling out of your ears or chords getting in your way, ClipE could be the product for you.
If you want to try a ClipE you can connect with them at the following places.