Earbuds. Let’s dish about them. My mother is adamant that my kids are not to use them, especially my son who likes to wear them when gaming. “Nothing should go in the ear!” as she yelled at me when we were in Winnipeg this past summer and the fact that my son said he hears the game better and his friends when he has them on as his friends have the full gaming headphones with a mic. That was enough for me to say “NO MORE EARBUDS!” Let me tell you about CozyPhones.
My kids have been using these off and on, especially when it comes to wearing something like this when we are out, in the car etc and I don’t want to hear the games or shows. They are super comfy, my twins liked them a lot but sometimes we struggled to put them on because you have to search for the right spot to move the earphone to fit correctly over their ear. My son got a little hot wearing it as it’s made of fleece but nonetheless, I like that it’s not an earphone that goes directly in their ears. Ideally, kids should wear something like this for their ears one hour or less or at least to take frequent breaks and if your kids are gamers they should rest their eyes too. Every 20 minutes or so they should look out the window for eye health(something I learned this summer at the optometrist as well!)
CozyPhones are built tough with a flexible and durable 36-inch braided cord and sturdy 3.5 mm stereo plug. The cord is made to last under normal wear and tear of everyday living with your child. I was impressed as I wanted to try them on too and see how loud it got. Even on my phone at full volume, there is a significant difference in level of sound compared to my usual Apple earbuds. The max volume limit on a pair of CozyPhone headphones has it set that 85 decibels are the highest it will go.
I will go and say and that I do recommend CozyPhones. The fact that worst earphones/buds produced can go so loud and damage children’s ears within minutes is scary to say in the least and as we live in the electronic age of devices that even toddlers are seen wearing headphones, you ought to check out CozyPhones as they are a fantastic alternative and priced just right at $25.78(on sale)
“you have to know your free time isn’t costing your child lifelong hearing problems.” ~ Dr.Papsin(read more here)
Disclosure: This post was written in collaboration with CozyPhones as we were gifted product to conduct a review.
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