Never Lose Your iDevice Cord Again With These I.D. Labels


Apple‘s ever-growing reach means you’re sure to encounter iDevices anywhere and everywhere. But despite shared affection for the Mac maker, there’s a downside to seeing fellow fanatics: cord confusion.

San-Francisco-based designer Sativa Turner aims to solve this problem by creating vinyl identification labels called “Whooz” for iPhone, iPod and iPad cords.

“How many times have you left a cord somewhere because you thought it wasn’t yours, or taken a cord because you thought it was?” Turner said on Whooz’s Kickstarter page. “In the beginning white cords were cool, but now there are a million bazillion of them and we got issues.”

Each $10 pack comes with four sheets of removable vinyl labels. One sheet includes labels to cover one adapter, the ends of one USB cable and one set of earphones. They are available in different characters such as “Britney” and “Cat Lady,” or in solid colors, including red, blue and yellow. Whooz labels are also customizable.

With 18 days left in its Kickstarter campaign, Whooz has already raised nearly $8,000 — surpassing its original goal of $6,000. Funding will cover die costs and an initial print run, according to Turner.

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