Puro Sound Labs BT2200 Over-Ear Headphones Lightweight Portable Kids Earphones with Safe Wireless, Volume Limiting, Bluetooth and Noise Isolation for iPhone/Android/PC/Tablet – BT2200 Blue

October 2, 2018 - Comment

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(as of April 19, 2020 11:29 pm EDT - Details)

Puro Sound Labs Bluetooth headphones for kids – exclusive children’s headphones for ultimate listening experience without the risk to hurt their hearing and comfort.

 

*85dB volume limiter to protect against hearing loss – safe for 8 hours of listening.

*3.5mm Auxiliary cord for wired connection has a resistor in the cable that passively limits the volume if needed.

*82% ambient noise isolation – passively blocks out a significant amount of ambient noise so that lower volumes can be heard with great quality in noisy environments (ie, airplanes, buses, crowds, etc). Great kids headphones for airplane.

*Puro Balanced Response frequency curve – flat frequency response curve that delivers studio grade music and vocals the way the artist intended. No muddled bass or treble, so that vocals can be heard crisply at low volume levels.

*18 hours of battery life with 200 hours standby, great for long distance travel and minimal charging.

*Durable aluminum and protein leather construction to ensure resistance to damage and provide comfort.

*Microphone to answer calls, reject calls and return the calls to the headphones.

*Fold to flat for compact on-the-go travel experience. Hard Shell Carrying Case is included for protection while on-the-go.

Product Features

  • 85 dB volume governor to protect eardrums of young kids; integrated volume control from left ear cup.
  • Choke-free and stumble-free wireless kids headphones with detachable cable to prevent possible injury by entanglement; durable yet non-toxic materials for child-proof play.
  • Adjustable headband and cushioned ear cups, no sharp corners but comfort and safety for growing kids; snug and skid-proof design.
  • 82% ambient noise isolation for high fidelity vocal in noisy occasions.
  • Bluetooth 4.0 with 30 feet wireless range and easy one-touch pairing with compatible devices; 18 hours listening for long distance travel.

Comments

birenstl says:

Dead after 2 months….customer service? Nope. Bought these 2 months ago. Worked well for a month and a half. Then notice sound issues when plugged directly to a device. Now the headphones stopped taking a charge. I called customer support and it goes straight to voicemail telling me to leave a message. I emailed them and filled out the contact me form. Nothing back. These still are under warranty but after reading more reviews I am worried there is no customer service nor is there a warranty. For $100 this is absolutely…

Chad F. says:

Spend the extra $20 on these for your child!!! Excellent Sound, build quality and Bluetooth. I originally bought the LilGadgets Untangled Pro Premium which were decent for my 5 year old, but for $20 more these headphones are leaps and bounds better in all aspects except the additional $20 price tag. If you can afford the extra $$$ with not question buy these for your child. The volume protection is built into the headphones with no messing with the audio app to get it to to set. I have a pair of high end head phone for my self and these…

E. Glisch says:

Broke after very little use I purchased these probably about two years ago for someone else, and they have seldom been used, probably 2-3 times per month. Recently, the cable jack started to fail so that the left earpiece no longer works when using the cable connection. These are being replaced with a pair of Sony MDR-V6 headphones, since those likely have better sound quality and have proven longevity (some reviewers stated they bought theirs back in the 1980s and are still using them). If a volume limit needs to be…

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