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This ToyShow Preview was last updated on 7/7/2008

Emotibles are emoticon-inspired characters that bring color and expression to otherwise colorless or expressionless things. They are the brainchild of husband-and-wife designer duo, Jonathan Curtis Hall and Kate Hall. Famous for appearing as the world's first iPod earphone charms, Emotibles have gained a loyal following of young and indie-minded consumers who value self-expression and good design. The Halls have allowed Emotibles to take on a life of their own at Emotibles.com, where customers and friends design their own ever awesomer Emotibles characters using the tools on the Web site.

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Emotibles® iPod Earphone Charms
Emotibles® Collectible Pin Sets
Introduced in early 2007, Emotibles earphone charms are the original accessories for the iPod earbuds. Flexible rubber charms grip onto classic iPod and second-generation Apple headphones, as well as many third-party earphones.

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One-inch round pins extend these “strangely expressive” Emotibles characters to apparel and accessories. Four-piece pin sets go for $6.

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Quality and Safety
Attractive Packaging
Emotibles charms are made of a high-grade rubber (not PVC) and are non-toxic and hypoallergenic. “Starry-Eyed” is pictured.

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Our charms are sized to attract attention from afar and then surprise up close. And they’re packaged to sell with bold, shiny color and irresistible cuteness.

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This ToyShow Preview was last updated on 7/7/2008
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