Cordskinz Review

Are you one of those that have been a victim of tangled ear buds over and over again? You are not alone. Most {and it's probably all but a few people} have experienced this problem again and again and again. The struggle is real and it's time we stand up and do something about it. And one company finally has....

Introducing Cordskinz! Cordskinz provides three main values 1) Easy Anti-Tangle, 2) Cord-Protection, and 3) Ability to style earbuds. Those are three great points. So what exactly are they? Cordskinz are basically a "skin" for your ear bud cords. It is a flexible plastic sleeve that slips right on to the cords. With the help of the Skinner, the ear bud cord slides right into the sleeve. That's basically it.

So what does it look like and what was my experience? Glad you asked! Here's how it all went down. What you get in your Cordskinz package is {2} 20 inch sleeves in color of your choice. I chose Glitter Pink because I am way too obsessed with pink to not have chosen it. Along with the sleeves, you also receive the Skinner tool and simple instructions on the back.

My first impression of this product was, "how in the world do I get these things on my ear buds?" I looked at the directions and attempted but it didn't seem to go well the first few tries. So I resulted to their Youtube video which gave me a bit better visual. I also searched a few more YouTube videos showing the process a bit more detailed and slower.

After a few failed attempts, I realized I was doing it backwards. Yea I know... how do I mess this up? But as an exhausted mommy of three.... it's easily done with the most simplest things at times. I know you have been there too.

You start off with your tangled ear buds and get them all nice and untangled. Then put them through the Skinner tool along with the Cordskinz sleeve. Gently pull the ear bud and sleeve together.

Keep pulling them together and the sleeve slides on the cord of the ear bud until you reach the end of your cord.

Once you run out of cord, you can easily cut the Cordskinz with scissors to the size. I think this may be better to do it before you apply them but I didn't think about it and had to do it after I started. It wasn't a big deal though. Wasn't hard to cut it with the skinz on the cord.

So the end result looks like this:

And so this is what my snazzy new ear buds look like thanks to my Cordskinz! I think it's rockin'

The one thing I must say after using these was I have one issue with them. My ear buds have a flat cord which makes it a bit more difficult getting the skins to stay on. My husband has head phones with a more circular cord and they went on perfectly. So my advice is that they work best with rounded cords and not flat.

All and all with my experience, I would give them an 8. Just because they are a bit harder to get around the flat cord. I think the Cordskinz need to be a bit larger perhaps to accommodate that type of ear bud cord. But for my husband's, I would give it a 10. It works much smoother and stays on better with the rounded cords.

If you would like to check out Cordskinz and purchase them for yourself, they have deal going on at their website right now. Get 3 cords for the price of 2. That's a great deal! Grab the code off their website to snag up this special offer before it's gone. You can purchase yours on their website or through Amazon.

Cordskinz retail $9.99 and come in Black, Clear, Glitter Pink, Ice Blue, Lavender, Lime Green, Neon Yellow, Red, Sky Blue, Smoky Clear, and White.

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*disclaimer - I received one or more of this product in exchange for a blog post. 
However, all opinions and views are my own. I give my honest review of all products/services*

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