Common, but Rare: Zumreed

When it comes to music devices nowadays, they can be personalized and customized in many ways. Music devices are available in different colors, styles, and memory programming. iTunes can recognize anybody’s musical tastes and suggest tunes based on what is purchased and downloaded. Then there’s an endless supply of musical accessories available almost everywhere you go.

Speakers, earbuds, and headphones can be found in any color under the sun. Some can be found with unique artwork or brand logos stamped on them. Products from Zumreed are just more musical device accessories in that sea of endless choices. One of the more unique things about these products is that the company is based out of Japan. Product browsing is available online at Zumreed.net, but you cannot purchase anything directly off the internet if you’re not in Japan. Another difference about Zumreed compared to others is that they carry more products. Zumreed is the first I’ve seen to carry all three- speakers, earbuds, and headphones. In addition, other Zumreed “musicgoods” include iPhone stands and carrying cases, phone plug adapters for earpieces or speakers, and cord wraps.

Though Zumreed accessories are like every other audible attachment out there, they’re a rare brand. As mentioned earlier, online purchasing is unavailable in America. Many Urban Outfitter retailers carry Zumreed products, but some states have other carriers. Highlight the “Where to Buy” box on the website to find a Zumreed carrier near you.

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Supermarket Style: Baggu Bags

The eco-friendly alternative to paper and plastic grocery store shopping bags can now be a bright accessory to your wardrobe! Baggu Bags can be found in a variety of colors, designs, and styles at baggubags.com. If it’s a stylish purse you’re looking for, try one of the standard Baggu bags. They are fifteen inches wide, six inches deep, and cost eight dollars for one. The basic style is also provided in big Baggu or baby Baggu categories. The big bags are messenger-bags that are eighteen inches wide, nine inches deep, and cost twelve dollars. The baby Baggu Bags are also the ideal lunch sack or gym bag, measuring ten inches wide, four inches deep, and costing six dollars apiece-the cheapest of the regular priced Baggu Bags. The most expensive Baggu Bags would be the leather ones.

The duckbags or the backpacks are something to consider if you need a new book bag. The duckbags are furbished with both a handle and an adjustable shoulder strap, a snap to close your bag, and interior/exterior pocket. They’re ten inches wide and five and a half inches deep. The backpacks are also designed with an interior pocket, adjustable straps, the same dimensions, and can be securely closed by pulling a drawstring, then snapping and buckling the outer flap.

Zipper pouches can also be purchased to organize the interior of your Baggu Bags. Each zipper bag order comes with three different sized bags, costing eight to twelve dollars. The small zipper bags are ideal for undersized items like jewelry, make-up, or hand-held electronics. The medium bags can hold toiletries and writing utensils, and the large bags can carry lighter clothing like socks, underwear, and swimsuits.

Baggu Bags are the best deal you can find on the internet! For a great price you can own a very resourceful bag or two. Baggu Bags can carry your groceries, your school supplies, your clothes, your cosmetics-just about anything that needs a bag!

*Blogger’s note: All mentioned prices are before shipping and handling

Chic Geek-Mimoco USB Drives

Do you want more height to your jump drive? Take a leap with Mimobots-designer USB flash drivers sold through a company called Mimoco! These creatures hail from the planet Blooh in galaxy 4210 and they come in a great assortment of styles. See it all for yourself on Mimoco.com. From the DC Comic super heroes to the Star Wars and Sanrio characters, there’s sure to be a Mimobot you’ll love. In addition to getting a classy jump drive, each Mimobot comes pre-loaded with fun computer content like desktops, magazines, and music. You can also find special travel cases, called ProtoHoodies, in which to carry your Mimobot friends. The ProtoHoodies are designed for specific bots, though. Pay attention when you’re looking at these. A great way to afford a Mimobot is by sending your old, boring USB drivers into Mimoco and they’ll give you five dollars in Mimbot credit. Just scroll over “Dealz” and look for Gurp to find complete information.

Can’t decide which one to get? Want to share with friends? Check out the BLOTz collections, package deals that include nine to fifteen different Mimobot designs. In addition to the Mimobots, Mimoco also carries other fun gifts like shirts, designer iPhone skins, zipper pulls, stickers, and collection packs. Mimobots and other Mimoco merchandise are “chic geek”, stylish and functional tech toys and accessories that you and anyone would love!