Kidz Gear Wired Headphones For Kids

Kidz Gear Wired Headphones For Kids

  • 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed – Lifetime Limited Warranty
  • Custom designed fit for children 2 yrs. and older – Light weight and comfortable
  • Adult-featured stereo headphones for children
  • Built-in volume control knob to adjust the volume range within the selected volume limits
  • FREE independent Volume Limit Cable to limit audio volume to approximately 80% (~ 20dB lower) of original maximum volume

Introducing the first adult-featured stereo headphones made specifically for kids. Manufactured with the same high quality components as those used in standard adult headphones, the Kidz Gear CH68KG01 stereo headphones deliver extremely rich sound quality for a variety of audio content – DVDs, MP3s, Game Players, Television, Radio and more. Featuring BOTH a built-in Volume Control knob as well as a FREE independent Volume Control Cable, the Kidz Gear Wired Headphones are also safe for the little

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3 Responses to Kidz Gear Wired Headphones For Kids

  1. J. Baker says:
    209 of 209 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Well Thought Out Design, July 12, 2010
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    J. Baker (Texas) –
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    After researching headsets for my 5.5 yr old, I bought this set and the Griffin myphones. I thought we could compare them, and if we liked both, one set could be for my 17 month old, too. After two weeks, my 5 yr old and I both prefer this set. It has a wider adjustment range, (fits the toddler AND fits me, an avg.-headed woman, but doesn’t fit larger-headed husband) The sound quality is excellent, the plastic seems durable and flexible, and should withstand moderately rough use.

    The options for two ways of controlling volume is particularly nice, b/c my son mostly listens to audio books, but also listens to music sometimes. The flexibility is great, b/c other headsets “volume limiters” just lower the overall volume, thus causing the spoken word or quieter songs, soft music (esp. lullaby style music) to not get loud enough to hear.

    Before purchasing this headset, I called Kidz Gear on the phone to ask specifically about the decibel restriction issue above. I was promptly answered by a friendly, polite man with plenty of good information and the willingness to explain it all. Customer service seemed excellent, should I need help in the future.

    I am a research-nut and not very easy to please. Despite these qualities, I would buy this again and would recommend it to others.

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  2. K. A. says:
    83 of 85 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Finally, a set for under 5, December 3, 2008
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    K. A. (Colorado) –
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    This set is wonderful–best I’ve seen for little heads. It really does fit 2 year-olds (unlike most other “kid” headphones), and my 5 year-old loves them, as well (we are going to order a second pair). They are sturdy and comfortable, with padding around the ears. They could also fit older children until their ears started being closer to adult size (the padding is the only thing stopping these for working for an adult since the padding doesn’t sit around the ear for adults, but ON parts of the ear–the headphones themselves are plenty big enough when you adjust them). Definitely worth $15-20 to not have headphones for trips that fall off or have to be fiddled with every 2 minutes.

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  3. J. Wily says:
    62 of 64 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Headphones for 15 Month Old, September 14, 2009
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    J. Wily (USA) –
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    Durability:4.0 out of 5 stars Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars Educational:4.0 out of 5 stars 
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    I purchased these headphones for my 15 month old for plane trips since we travel quite a bit. They work perfectly for him to watch videos on my Ipod Nano, and he actually leaves them on! They’re soft for his little ears, and they adjust to fit him perfectly. I also appreciate the volume control that prevents the sound from getting too loud (although I just adjust the sound on the ipod, and lock it so my toddler can’t adjust the volume).

    I would highly recommend these headphones to anyone looking for something to fit a young child. As far as durability goes, they have held together well, however, I’ve only had them for a couple of months, so I don’t know the long-term durability.

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