The db may be limited, but this is accomplished without compromising sound quality. Adults will be thrilled by the former, while kids will appreciate the latter. And since kids like to share their music with friends, the unique daisy-chain feature allows two pairs of headphones to playback the same source simultaneously. Kids mostly just want great sound, so unlike adult headphones built for working out, they don’t have to perform under more rigorous conditions.
To coincide with Breast Cancer Awareness month in October, Puro Sound Labs is selling both pink and purple BT2200’s headphones at a slight discount for the entire month. So they not only protect your child’s hearing, but they are also celebrating a good cause.
Like the many top over the ear headphones, these cans are also designed with comfort in mind with an ultra-lightweight design that features an adjustable headband and cushioned ear cups. Your kids are still growing after all so these headphones should grow with them. At least for a little while. The aluminum and protein leather construction adds some durability, which is a nice bonus when you consider how rough kids are with their gear.
Other features include 82% ambient noise isolation, up to 18 hours of playtime and 200 hours of standby on a single charge, a microphone to answer, reject and return calls, plus one-touch Bluetooth pairing with iPhone, Android, and other compatible devices. They also fold down flat to fit in their travel case, making it easy to take them wherever you go.
Whether you choose the pink or blue, you can rest assured that your child’s ears are protected while they are still having fun listening to their music. Plus, it beats them blasting their wireless speakers or portable Bluetooth speakers for all to hear.
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