GeekDad Review: PuroQuiet ANC Wireless Headphones for Kids
The founder of Puro Sound Labs created the company because his daughter suffered hearing loss from listening to music on headphones. This is an issue that affects everyone (well, everyone who uses headphones or earbuds), but kids are especially vulnerable to hearing damage. Puro Sound Labs develops volume limited headphones that sound great, look great, and are built to last. You can read the full story here if you’re interested.
One of the reasons I like Puro headphones is their construction. Many headphones aimed at the kids market are primarily plastic. The Puro Quiet headphones have aluminum ear cups (available in pink or blue). The headband is metal and feels solid. Ear cups and headband are both very well padded. Despite the solid construction, total weight is under 6 ounces. The look is premium and the upscale materials also happen to be more durable.