BluBed Positioned as Solution to Headset Inconvenience
David Hurwitz, founder and CEO of Innervoice Innovations, is marketing the BluBed Bluetooth in-ear-headset holster to capitalize on an opportunity that he says has been “left in the wake” of the wearables wave. “A lot of the buzz in wearables is for enhanced capabilities – body measurements, and the like. But being overlooked is serving fundamental needs, like making it easier to take and make calls – especially important for professionals that are making a dozen calls a day. That’s where Innervoice, a wearable tech company focused on everyday usability, sees an opportunity.”
The patent-pending BluBed holster clips to handbags, belts or pockets and is provided with three interchangeable headset “capture clips” that are compatible with the leading headset companies’ most popular models, including those from Plantronics, Samsung and Jabra. Each of the $19.95 BluBeds is also bundled with three interchangeable colored covers in black, white and blue.
BluBeds, says Hurwitz, not only provide quick and easy accessibility to headsets, but they could also help retailers sell-through more Bluetooth headsets. He quotes statistics that show that for every Bluetooth headset user, five former users abandoned their use due to inconvenience of access. “The BluBed holster is the medicine for what ails that market,” he says.