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British shirt-maker Thomas Pink has begun selling a limited edition tie with an integrated iPod holder, the better to allow City gents to groove to their favourite beat combos as they battle their way to work every morning.

The £49 ($86) tie is bright red - ideal, perhaps, for the much-rumoured red AIDS-awareness iPod - and made from silk and nothing else. On the back is a small pocket in which to place the player, and there's a handy cable tidy a little further up, closer to the knot.

Dubbed the Commuter Tie, the accessory is also available in navy and the company's trademark pink. ®

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