Thanks to tablets and apps like YouTube Kids I have a nice opportunity to get some things done around the house that I might not be able to get accomplished if they were running around like the wild animals that they are. However there is a potential side effect with allowing kids to watch these YouTube shows, the noise. At first I got used to it and accepted it so I could get my things done. After time however, listening to other peoples kids and other adults act like kids on full volume can pierce your eardrums. I would actually say this could be a form of torture for us adults. All the while these YouTubers are gaining more revenue while my kid watches your train video for the billionth time.
Abby has her own pair of headphones. They aren’t Beats or anything fancy. They have Queen Elsa on them and they are made of plastic and bulky. She likes to wear them but they typically fall off pretty easy and she ends up taking them out after a few minutes of using them. Alex is still little to sit with headphones on but I think we have finally solved that problem along with Abby’s as well. Enter the CozyPhones.
I got a great email the other day asking if I would like to review some CozyPhones. I took a look at the website and thought the product looked like something that is definitely worth checking out and giving it a go. So I agreed and within a few days this cute green headband looking item was in my mailbox. It has a cute frog looking design and definitely looks cozy. I checked out the product and how it all went together. The instructions say that it can be washed, but you should remove the speakers first. I was curious how this was accomplished. It’s actually really simple.
The CozyPhone cord is wrapped in some nylon type material and is attached to two speakers. The speakers slide into the headband from the inner backside and can be moved to adjust for the position of your child’s ears. We had to move it just a little for Abby but once we got it she was loving it.
Abby tried out the CozyPhones with her iPad and also my iPhone. She really liked how soft they were. She also liked that she could basically dance all around without having to worry about the headphones falling off her head. She was running and jumping around to some of her favorite songs once she was done answering my questions.
The CozyPhone product isn’t just for kids. They have several styles available on their website and on Amazon. They are a small Veteran Owned family U.S. based business. I think the CozyPhones are great for many things and for kids I think they work out perfectly. Alex even likes wearing the CozyPhone. Check out CozyPhone on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Pinterest to see what all they have to offer.
CozyPhone.com provided St. Louis Dad with this product as compensation in exchange for an honest review. Please visit CozyPhone.com for more awesome headphones!