ESI New products from CES

Some of my favorite new products at CES this year came from the ESI booth. ESI is a licensing company that helps bring big brand names to high quality consumer products. ESI sent me several of their new products to try out, and I am thrilled to share them with you!

The first is the smell-good Jelly Belly line of products for the iPhone 4, iPod Touch, and iPad 2. These soft molded cases and earbuds are scented to smell like the five most popular Jelly Belly bean flavors. Yum! As a girl who admits to buying Jelly Belly’s in bulk at Costco, these are a win-win at our house! We tried out the Blueberry flavor, and I am both impressed with the headphones quality, and the case long lasting yummy smell.

Both the Jelly Belly earbuds and iPod or iPhone cases are available on Amazon here.

Another great new product are the Rawlings sweat proof and shock proof ear buds, and waterproof iPhone4 cases. I was able to try out the earbuds, and I immediatly loved the flat cord design, and bright red color. The earbuds fit well inside my ears, and the cord is extra long which is perfect for use on a treadmill. I have never tried waterproof earbuds before, but I love the idea of breaking a sweat and not worrying about ruining my earbuds while working out.

The last cool product I tried is the Duracell External Battery Case. This sleek case fits right on your iPhone4, and doesn’t feel like it adds much bulk or weight.  The case gives your phone an extra charge, which is perfect for a long day or road trip.

As you can see the iPhone 4/4S  fits snuggly inside.

My favorite part is the built in stand that allows your to set your phone upright vertically, or even in landscape mode.

The Duracell External Batter Power Case isn’t yet available for purchase, but when it is we will be sure to let you know!

Thanks ESI for sending me these fun new products to share!

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Natalie Wright

Natalie Wright is a contributing writer at Organized Mom and Tech4Moms. You can also find her DIY blog online at

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