I backed this Kickstarter last year and it finally came. Selling my extra sets. Kickstarter Project: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1889846331/helix-wearable-cuff-with-stereo-bluetooth-headphon Helix Cuff on Ashley Chloe's Website: https://www.ashleychloe.com/order Please note that the MSRP on their website is USD199.99 each (about SGD279.49, excluding tax and shipping), and I'm selling them here at SGD170 each. I have 3 Classic Edition sets available, all brand new, shrink-wrap sealed and in their boxes. I have invoices as well. The sets I have available for sale are: 1. White Cuff with Gold Embellishments (available) 2. Black Cuff with Silver Embellishments (available) 3. Black Cuff with Black Embellishments (available) The open cuff in the second image is my own cuff and is only for illustration purposes to show what you get in the box. - 1 Helix Cuff - 1 pair of Bluetooth earphones with Medium Sized earbuds - 2 extra sets of earbuds (Large and Small) - 1 USB to Micro-USB charging wire - 1 Cleaning Cloth - 1 Thank You card - Instruction manual (how to wear, how to pair, etc) I've been wearing mine since 17 Dec and here's my own short review: It takes a while to get used to but it's pretty comfortable. I like the heft of it; heavy enough to miss it if it happens to get knocked off or if I walk off without it, but light enough so that it's not a hindrance to my everyday activities. I wear it on my wrist between my watch and my left hand, so it's snug and doesn't shake around. The magnet is strong enough to keep the loop closed even if you're running (though I wouldn't recommend doing so). Because it's magnetic, you can adjust the circumference of the cuff to fit any wrist size, or position it on different points on your arm if you want. The audio is pretty good, though I admit I'm not an audiophile. It's clear enough for me to listen to my music and syncs up perfectly with videos, so I can watch movies on my phone without having to pull out another set of earphones. The pairing process was really easy, and I can switch between different audio sources (my Mac and my phone) almost instantaneously. I only have two issues with it and both are dexterity related. You really need to have nimble fingers to fish out the earbuds from the cuff, and have nails or tools to open the tiny charging port hatch on the control piece. I got around the first issue by always removing the control piece first, then lifting the earbud cover and pulling out the earbuds (as opposed to the intended method of removing the earbuds first). For the charging hatch, after opening it a few times, I can now open it easily with just my fingernails, but the first few times you might need to use a tool or have really long and thin nails. I'll show you how I do it when we meet up.
Meet-up at MRT stations only. Mondays-Thursdays: Anytime between 8am and 6pm during the day at Boon Keng MRT. Between 6-7pm, any MRT station within the following range are okay: NS Line (Red): Newton to Raffles Place EW Line (Green): Outram Park to Tampines NE Line (Purple): Boon Keng to Outram CC Line (Yellow): Dhoby Ghaut to Serangoon DT Line (Blue): Chinatown to Little India Fridays-Sundays: Bedok or Tampines would be best, but subject to my schedule. I might be able to meet elsewhere that's more convenient for you if I'm already travelling.