These adorable earbuds are perfect for young Disney fans. Each colorful pair comes with an appropriate charm. There are four Disney themes to choose from including – Tinker Bell, Hannah Montana, High School Musical, and Eeyore. The headphones feature soft earbuds and 10mm speakers and they retail for £8.99 in the U.K. We’ll keep an eye out for a place to buy these in the U.S. But in meanwhile we had to mention them because they are quite charming.
AblePlanet Gaming Headphones Help Prevent Hearing Loss
We’ve seen plenty of headphones designed for children, but AblePlanet’s new PS500MM is the first gaming headset we’ve come across that is suitable for children as well as adults, because it minimizes hearing loss. The headset was originally developed for those with mild to severe hearing loss. The PS500MM features one touch access for controlling volume and mic while promising to deliver a rich audio experience. It features noise cancellation technology so that users dont have to turn up the volume in order to be able to drown out background noise. It also comes with a USB wireless adapter, and it’s outfitted with comfy oversized extended wear leather ear cups.…
CES 2009: AudioVox’s Line of Headphones for Tots and Tweens
Headrush is a snazzy take on earbuds for tweens and up. They feature contoured earpieces to knock out the background noise and it comes in five colors that match Apple’s iPod Nano 4G, to make a great pairing gift. The earbuds and the packaging is inspired by popular “extreme” power drinks, because tweens don’t have that marketed down their throat enough. Cost is $17.99. EarBudeez is designed for small ears and comes in fun youthful pink, blue, lime green, black, and white. The have a super comfortable cushy gel ear that fitly snugly but nicely into little ears. They come in a kid friendly packaging and make a great gift…
Colorful iHearSafe Earbuds Prevents Hearing Loss
We’ve mentioned iHearSafe in the past. They are the go to company for specialized headphones for kids. All of their headphones feature iHearSafe technology that prevents the volume from exceeding 85 decibels. This is a must have accessory for kids, consdiering how many kids have iPods nowadays, and the fact that there are so many MP3 players coming out all the time aimed specifically for kids. iHearSafe’s newest headsets include the Safe Volume headphones which feature a comfortable ear covering design. The Safe Volume Headphones retail for $24.99 and come with a 1 year warranty. But if earbuds are more your kid’s style, they also have Safe Volume Earbuds available…
Sony’s Lightweight Headphones for Kids
Kids shouldn’t use the same headphones that their parents use because their ears are still developing and thus are much more sensitive. With that in mind, Sony has produced special children’s headphones. These headphones are lightweight and feature low volume levels that are suitable for kids ages 8 and up. The Sony MDR-222KD headphones come in pink or black and retail for $14.99. Don’t forget to get them in time for the next road trip.