Over the course of the last few years, we have received a number of headphones that have been designed for the children’s market. The trend for these products have been to skimp on the product as much as humanely possible, making it difficult for the product to stand up to any sort of normal usage. About a month ago, we received the FosPower Kids Headphones for review. Our daughter (4 years old) has had some serious time trying them out, and we’re pleased to report that they have been able to stand up to some serious wear and tear. The headphones are immediately something that will draw in children – our pair was pink / purple and contained a pair of independently-lighting cat ears.
What we were happiest about is the durable design of these headphones. Our daughter has had the tendency to pick atg anything soft and foam-containing, to the degree that we had to throw away a pair of wireless headphones because she had stripped them to their bare material. FosPower has reinforced the material that contains the foam padding for the headphones, and as a result, they have been able to remain in daily rotation.
The cord for these headphones is sufficiently long to make sure that one can plug them in to a tablet and be able to play games, listen to music, or watch videos without reaching the end of the cord. At $30, these headphones are cheap enough that they can be lost or broken. They have been crafted in a fashion that sheer usage should not be the reason for their downfall. The company even offers a limited lifetime warranty for these, a step above what many other audio firms grant. Check out the attached link to FosPower’s domain for additional information about their headphones. Let us know if you’ve had any opportunity in the past to check these out. We’ll update everyone in a few months with our continued impression about FosPower’s Kids Headphones.
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