Why pair with one audio device when you can stream the content of six? ClipR聽is the聽circular transceiver that connects your 3.5 mm jack headphones with more Bluetooth-compatible devices than you can count on one hand. Everything from your laptop to your phone, even your karaoke machine is fair game, and you can do it all with your free-with-iPhone-purchase earbuds. Truth.

ClipR is about the size of a button you鈥檇 pin to your jean jacket. It鈥檚 light enough to clip to your workout tank, but durable enough to clasp to your snowboarding suit. The barely-there gadget basically transforms your wired headphones into wireless ones, and performs the cord-defying magic without compromising its sound quality in the slightest, so it claims. That鈥檚 pretty huge considering that traditionally, Bluetooth-streamed audio is notoriously compressed to static-y, low-fi smithereens. While hardcore Audiophiles are always better off plugging in, the rest of us can delight in ClipR鈥檚 New York Times-endorsed 鈥渁stonishingly good鈥 sound quality wherever we may roam up to distances of 30 feet.

With built-in controls on the front and side of the rubber-coated device, you can switch tracks and adjust volume with as much effort as you鈥檇 use to click a mouse. You can even answer and respond to phone calls with ClipR: It鈥檚 equipped with a built-in sound cancelling microphone that keeps your convos hands-free. What鈥檚 even more convenient? ClipR boasts a reliable eight hours of playtime per charge, which can get you through an entire workday whether you鈥檙e on your feet, behind a desk or both.

The price tag is as small as the device: $40 a pop 鈥 that鈥檚 serious value in a world where the average聽high-quality wireless headphone聽hovers around $200. Look鈥檚 like our shiny white freebie earbuds don鈥檛 have to worry about getting replaced anytime soon.

But what about you?聽Would you 鈥渦pgrade鈥 your current headphones with ClipR? Tell us in the comments below.