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retractable earphones

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It works just like a vacuum cleaner power cord in that your earpiece for your cell phone pulls itself back into the phone so you do not have to bother with all crap of tangled up earpieces.
steviej, Sep 23 2002

My teeth are blue http://commerce.mot...ing=238596&type=All
There you go! [Zircon, Sep 23 2002]

Bluespoon Headsets [http://blueheadset...roduct/BLUESPOONAX]
ultrasmall bluetooth headphones [thejaredfanclub, Jan 14 2005]

Harald Bluetooth http://www.cs.utk.e...uetooth/history.htm
[thejaredfanclub] and here I thought that was a humorous BS you made up. [Zimmy, May 02 2005]

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       You can now get a bluetooth empowered remote wireless hands free kit. It looks way cooler than most wire ones with their lank hanging mikes too. looking for link now...
Zircon, Sep 23 2002

       I thought these were going to be retracted the other way, into your ears.
sadie, Sep 25 2002

       That bluetooth earphone thing looks ridiculous. Like a bad Borg make-up job. "Pardon me, madame, but you appear to have a small unidentified flying object attempting to mate with your ear..."   

       Has anyone else reached their input limit for the word "bluetooth"? It's time to change this. It must happen now.
waugsqueke, Sep 25 2002

       How did Bluetooth get its name?   

       Harald Bluetooth, a Viking and king of Denmark from the years 940 to 981, was renown for his ability to help people communicate. During his reign, he united Denmark and Norway.   

       bluespoon makes some small earpieces
thejaredfanclub, Jan 14 2005


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