Sure, we all had some reservations when Apple unveiled these wireless earbuds -- admit it, they look a little silly -- but we've been pleasantly surprised. In fact, these headphones are one of the best pairs to use at the gym, office, morning commute -- just about anywhere. One caveat: AirPods are by no means cheap. If you're going to pay $160 for some teeny, tiny hi-tech earbuds, you might as well treat yourself to some quality accouterments that will make your listening experience as luxurious and comfortable as possible.
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Get the best wireless headphones at their lowest price. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. However, our picks and opinions are independent from USA Today's newsroom and any business incentives. Every single day, you probably see Apple AirPods hanging from the ears of commuters on trains or music lovers on the street. These tiny white earbuds have earned a cult-like following because they are that good.
A couple of days ago we introduced the seemingly outlandish concept of an AirPod Safety harness, but now the idea is getting the mainstream treatment thanks to a well-known accessories maker. SEE ALSO: Apple's AirPods are either genius or a complete disaster On Monday, California-based Spigen introduced the world to its Spigen AirPods Strap, an accessory meant to keep your wireless AirPods linked together by one slickly designed cord. The key here is the design -- which, unlike the aforementioned "Safety Strap," doesn't cover the microphone port at the bottom of the AirPods. On the product page for the AirPods Strap, Spigen states that the product is "currently patent pending," a smart move if Apple's new wireless device is a hit. Spigen, which is selling the AirPods Strap for 9.99, describes the product like this: "Ideal to never lose your Apple Air Pods.