Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Kidz Gear Headphones Review

I recently was given the opportunity to review the Kidz Gear Volume Control Headphones   for free in exchange for my 100% honest and unbiased opinion 


Do you have little ones who always like to borrow your headphones? or do you just not want to hear what they are listening to or playing.

Well I have found the solution for that. I recently had the opportunity to review a pair of Kidz Gear Volume Control headphones for my daughter and she loves them too. For me as a parent what I like about them is that it has a volume safety on it, they are soft on her ears, very easy for kids to use and kid friendly, they come in different colors and came with a pretty cool carrying/storage bag.
I have heard of Kidz Gear before but I did not know that they carried a product like this wish I had known about something like this a long time ago. You see I have never been able to find any style of headphones that fit into her ears, were comfortable for her and for that matter I could still hear what she was listening to too. I plan on purchasing some more for her as extra pair to keep at my moms house, in the car and maybe just as a back up too.

Here is what I received:

KidzControl Volume Limit Cable
3.5mm Splitter Headphone Cable (sold separately)
  Headphone carry bag (sold separately)

The extension cable makes it easier to plug it in if the plug is on the back of the computer. The splitter is good thing to have is you more then one kid that way they can listen together. The carrying bag is such a thing to have especially if your are traveling to keep the headphones safe and clean. My daughter really loved the inside of the bag. She kept telling me mom feel how soft it is. I like it when my daughter is excited about things that are good for her. She has used the headphones so many times already, especially for school. As you see my daughter is home-schooled and some of  her classes reads chapters to her so she likes to have headphones for that in-case her dad gets loud which is very often too.

 The Kidz Gear Volume Control Headphones also come in a wireless version too.

 So if you would like to purchase a pair for your child or know of a child who could use a pair themselves then click on any of the following Buy Now buttons to purchase some. They also have a special going on right now too.




 
*This offer is only valid on the purchase of two (2) KidzControl Volume Limit Headphones.
The Splitter Cable will be added at the time of shipping. It will NOT show in the shopping cart.

 

 The Kidz Gear Volume Control Headphones are perfect for young children starting at 2 years old and older. They perfect for everyday use. I just know that you as parents will love them just as much as I do and  your kids will too.

Kidz Gear is about delivering a line of products and accessories with adult product
 features, performance and quality levels, but available at a price-point in-line with
products for children.
As many parents have, I too have purchased “toy” products for my children:
headphones, binoculars, flashlights — only to find they were poorly manufactured,
using substandard if not even dangerous components and materials. Obviously, I
was tired of purchasing toys and could not afford to give my children my “adult”
versions of these products. I decided there was a need to meet in the middle with high-quality, fully functional and ergonomically designed products that are value-
priced and in the sizes and styles kids will love! Thus the birth of Kidz Gear:
Grown-Up Performance, Built For Kids!
I invite you to check out all of our exciting new products and give us your feedback
on any of the items or information you may find.
Thank you,
Laurie Peterson
Founder, Mom 


Now if you would like to find out more about Kidz Gear and their products
                                 please visit their following social media sites: 
FACEBOOK
TWITTER
WEBSITE
EMAIL



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6 comments:

  1. A friend of mine has been looking for something like this for her 3 yr old! I'm gonna let her know about these.

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  2. I love Kidz Gear Headphones. They are very well made, come in great colors to fit any child and the best part is how they limit the volume helping protect our children's hearing. All of my children love them, especially my 3 year old twins.

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  3. Oh we definitely need these at our house. My kids go through headphones like crazy. Love all the colors. They are so vibrant. I think I want some foe myself now as well, lol. Guess I'll add these to the Christmas list. Thanks for sharing.

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  4. Wireless Headset, this is amazing headset made the plantronics, simple and best performance in a very short budget, excellent voice, no distortion, no noise.
    Wireless Headset

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  5. HI This is good blog. I like to read it. i Purchase Ear Muffs from Powermuff.com.It's good and quality earmuff store.

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