While Apple may have spent tons on design, its product is never perfect for everyone. For example, the AirPods 3, which continues to do without replaceable silicon earbuds, may not be as grippy on every ear. Thankfully, there’s the KeyBudz.

KeyBudz Accessories for AirPods and AirTags

KeyBudz, which has been turning out accessories for popular Apple products for over half a decade now, has recently revealed a new line of products designed for AirPods and AirTag.

These new products include Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods 3, Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods Pro, KeyBudz AirCare Cleaning Kit, and KeyBudz AirTags EZ Mounts.

What the Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods 3/AirPods Pro can do is pretty straightforward; it adds a proprietary dual durometer elastomer that features an ear hook to each earbud for a more secure fit.

KeyBudz Accessories for AirPods and AirTags

Meanwhile, the KeyBudz AirCare is an 8-piece cleaning kit with all the tools necessary tools for cleaning and maintaining your AirPods – including removing the inevitable, yucky earwax transferred to the earbuds from your sound holes (blaargh…).

Finally, there is the KeyBudz EZ Mount that lets you attach Apple AirTag onto belongings with a secure fit body and an RSA reusable adhesive that can be mounted on most surfaces. The latter can be washed, dried, and reused multiple times.

You may find the Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods 3, Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods Pro, KeyBudz AirCare Cleaning Kit, and KeyBudz AirTags EZ Mounts being sold on KeyBudz’s Amazon storefront.

KeyBudz Accessories for AirPods and AirTags

However, last checked, only the KeyBudz AirCare Cleaning Kit (US$12.95) is available. Proof Labs Grip Tips for AirPods 3/AirPods Pro and KeyBudz AirTags EZ Mounts are not available yet.

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That, ladies and gentlemen, is the one thing that gets on my nerve: releasing a press release of products and saying that they are available now but yet, they are not to be seen. Ugh.

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Images: KeyBudz.

Published by Mike

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.

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