This invention is a decorative cover for Bluetooth earpieces to be used with cellular telephones.
Inventors Regina Heath and Diane L. Watkins of Orangevale, CA have created a decorative cover for Bluetooth earpieces to be used with cellular telephones.
To further the functionality of cellular phones, manufacturers have added the ability to use a wireless headset, which is accessed by a Bluetooth connection. Such earpieces allow the user the ability to talk without having to hold the phone to their ear. This in turn permits the user to juggle multiple tasks at once and drive safer. However, the appearance of such earpieces is often dull, boring, and excessively high tech. Inventors Heath and Watkins have developed a means by which Bluetooth earpieces can be provided with fun and decorative covers.
This clever new invention fits all Bluetooth earpieces and does not interfere with their functionality. It allows for self expression, generates a trend, and drives consumer demand. The use of the Decorative Covers for Telephonic Earpieces allows users the ability to add style and an aesthetically pleasing look to conventional Bluetooth earpieces in a manner that is quick and easy.