Carry case for earphones

A carry case that takes into consideration both
protection of the earphones themselves from scratches
and the prevention of wire breakage.
When earphones are rolled up and put in the user’s pocket or in a bag, or they are wrapped around the playing device they are being used with, a great deal of force acts upon them without the user being aware of it, and this may result in wire breakages. So as to be able to use the product for an extended length of time, we recommend that you use the carry case for storing and carrying the product around with you.
Silicon carry case
The earphones are softly secured between thin dome-shaped silicon and the lid. The cable is wound around the circumference of the case, while the plug is stored in a separate space to the earphones on the bottom of the case. With cases that store earphones securely, damage to the housing is avoided, but the cable being wound and bent in the same way each time means that wire breakages will be more common. With this structure, the conflicting requirements - consideration for damage to the earphones and ensuring that the position at which the cable is bent is not the same so as to prevent wire breakage – are both satisfied.
Size (outer dimensions): approx. 85mmφ
Steel carry case
A steel, semi-hard case handy for carrying around your earphones. Stores one set of earphones.
Size (outer dimensions): W97mm, H90mm, D18mm
Brass carry case
This case is for particular use with Piano Forte X, IX, VIII and LAB II.
It is possible to secure the housings of the products when storing them.
Size (outer dimensions): φ90mm, D50mm