Beware! After being fooled by the appeal of this device I soon learned that not everything related to iPod delivers. When your cord is in the cordgo it develops a nasty coil memory as it is wound tightly. Forget about using your cord outside of the device again. Also, the pictures make it look like a sturdy product. It's not. The spring in my cordgo is already cracked. When I tried to clip the cordgo to my belt, as shown on the cordgo website, there was no enough cord for the my earbuds to reach my head and still plug into my iPod. The company was nice enough to ship two cordgos with the purchase of one. So, now I have to new air-hockey pucks and 10 bucks less in my checking account.

Posted by podRaker8808 on August 14, 2006 at 6:39 PM (PDT)


My name is Darrel Hade, President of Wing Products, LLC. – the manufacturer of the Cordgo. I would like to address the previous comment.

Coil memory – wrap the cord around your pinky finger {about the same size as the Cordgo spindle} and see if it retains coil memory.

Breakage – Cordgo is made of high impact ABS plastic. We have yet to receive a single report breakage.

Cord shortage{?} – Mr. Podraker must be 8ft tall.

Mr. Podraker – do you have an agenda? Why didn’t you contact us for a refund?

Posted by dejay2252 on September 4, 2006 at 10:51 AM (PDT)


Geesh, this says a lot about your company. What is the "President" of wing-whatever doing posting comments? Dude, don't you have like a company to run?

Posted by podRaker8808 on November 28, 2006 at 7:08 PM (PDT)

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