Magnetic Brooch Helps Wearers Keep Track Of AirPods

Magnetic Brooch Helps Wearers Keep Track Of AirPods

Enn magnetically attracts the wireless earbuds so they stay within easy reach

Emma Hutchings
  • 3 march 2017

San Francisco-based design collective erling’s first product is a stylish piece of functional jewelry. Enn is a magnetic brooch that magnetically attracts Apple’s AirPods, helping to keep them in place and within easy reach when not in use. It attaches to clothing without causing damage using magnets embedded in the casing.


The brooch comes in silver or gold, with the outside magnet’s slanted surface design allowing each AirPod to sit neatly next to the other. Enn is currently raising funds on Kickstarter, where early backers can pledge $55 to get their hands on the fashionable and convenient brooch.


+San Francisco

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