Whether a hardcore audiophile or casual TV watcher, somehow, we still end up with way more remotes and portable handheld devices than we can handle. Inevitably, that many devices can only result in many valuable hours wasted searching for the lost and misplaced... but not if the Remote Wrangler has anything to do with it.
The Multimedia Remote Control Wrangler (aka Remote Wrangler) has taken a novel approach to remote control storage that will be sure to take the world by storm, head first. It will certainly win the hearts (and heads) of those frustrated consumers who have had enough and are ready to regain control over their lives and remote controls. No more digging under seat cushions through Cheetos and Fig Newton crumbs searching for the remote you had just 5 minutes ago. All your controls are now only a head scratch away.
If you can get past the slightly unusual concept of storing devices on your noggin, you may grow to appreciate the ease of using the Remote Wrangler. Keeping comfort and accessibility as the main focus, remote controls (and practically any small handheld device) can easily be attached (and detached) with a Velcro-like material. Made from a stretchable fabric, the headpiece comfortably conforms to the face and feels like a second skin, minus the acne. As an added benefit, a surprisingly quiet and effective battery powered and remote controlled temporal massager is built into the headpiece.
Currently, only 2 styles are available for this unorthodox headgear but others are sure to follow. For the sports enthusiast, there is the red white and blue "Retro Sportsman" model, which has proven to be very popular in the Asian market. The demure "Antique Olive " caters to the conservative crowd who may prefer a more discreet and formal appearance.
It must be mentioned that the Remote Wrangler isn't limited to only remote control devices. Ipods, cell phones, garage remotes, and even video game controllers can be easily stored. The company states: "What you decide to put on your head is strictly up to you and your head. The only limits are your imagination... and size of your head."