Budley co-inventor Katherine Burks holds the product. Budley helps keep headphones tidy, clean and untangled. (Contributed photo)
                                Budley co-inventor Katherine Burks holds the product. Budley helps keep headphones orderly, clean and untangled. (Contributed photo)

Budley co-inventor Katherine Burks holds the product. Budley helps keep headphones tidy, clean and untangled. (Contributed photo) Budley co-inventor Katherine Burks holds the product. Budley helps keep headphones orderly, clean and untangled. (Contributed photo)

Bothell area inventors aim to take the headache out of earbuds

Silicon case Budley keeps earbuds tangle free and have been doing well on Amazon.

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