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May is Better Hearing Month





One of the most essential tech gifts for any kid is a great quality, good looking set of headphones. As May is Better Hearing Month, I would like to help educate you about better hearing and audio products for children, starting with the introduction of BuddyPhones.



These fun, safe and kid-proof headphones utilize a built-in, always on, sound control circuit that caps volume at levels recommended for children by the World Health Organization. Now with Memorial Day and summer vacation travel right around the corner, it’s the perfect time to purchase BuddyPhones WAVE.




BuddyPhones WAVE Features ($54.89-$89.99):

  • Four distinct SafeAudio listening modes as recommended by the World Health Organization to ensure safe listening levels (Toddler Mode, Kid Mode, Travel Mode and StudyMode).
  • Kid-proof durability with an IP67 spill/waterproof rating to withstand any adventure, as well as flexible and foldable headbands for easy travel.
  • Listening is always better with friends, and each pair of BuddyPhones come with an optional 3.5mm gold-plated BuddyCable that allows up to 4 children to listen to one device simultaneously.
  • Passive noise reduction to keep unwanted sounds out when listening to your favorite tunes or concentrating during a homework session.
  • Connect wirelessly via Bluetooth with up to 24 hours of battery life for extended listening sessions with family and friends.

Check out these informational sheets, games and coloring pages, to help educate yourself and your children about better hearing! You can print these by right clicking on them and saving them to your computer.



This Noise Levels chart will educate you on sounds that affect your hearing.

Check out these 10 Fun Facts About Hearing and share them with your children!
Are you familiar with the different parts of the human ear? Check them out!



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Comments

  1. These are really nice. I love all the fun designs!

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  2. All kids are required to bring their headphone to my daughter's elementary school for computer lab. These are perfect for her. I love the different loudness modes you can choose from. I also like that they are spill/waterproof.

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  3. These headphones are a really great idea and they are all so pretty and bright. Kids ears are bombarded with noises all day and then most kids listen to loud music/video games. I noticed ringing in my ears about a year ago and I was happy to learn of these headphones for the younger generation.

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    1. I agree. It is smart that they took children's little ears into consideration and developed these.

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  4. Found this post to be very educational and thoughtful. The problem these days are kids playing music too loud which is damaging their ears! Thanks for bringing awareness about this issue

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