Since my kids have a ton of electronic toys having a comfortable pair of headphones are a must. We’ve looked high and low and was never able to find one that Kiana felt was comfortable. Either they kept falling off her head or wouldn’t adjust properly or just did not provide quality sound. Well, we finally found a winner with the headphones from Pottery Barn Kids.
Supreme comfort and premium sound technology make our colorful headphones a favorite accessory for kids on the go. Available in a fun mix of colorful prints, each has an adjustable head strap and is compatible with a variety of electronics.
We received the headphones in the Navy Daisy ($29.99) design and was very impressed with it’s quality and overall cuteness.
The earpiece part has a soft squishy padding which makes it super comfortable on tiny ears. The padding also makes a seal around your ear to provide extra quality sound. Just make sure that the volume isn’t turned up too high.
We also like the printed design on the outside of the earpiece and headband. It’ so pretty that it actually looks like an actual hair headband. And since it’s plastic it’s really easy to clean with a damp cloth.
However, the best part is that it’s truly made for kids. It can adjust to someone as small as Kaila (2) to someone even as big as Kacie (9) . . . and probably even older kids since I was able to wear it comfortably as well.
The only thing I didn’t care for was the rubbery headphone cord since it’s a little difficult to untangle. I would have preferred a smoother rubber like those used on the stock white iPod earbuds. Other than that, we loved the matching color cord and found that it really added to the overall look.
We loved the Pottery Barn Kids Headphones and even decided to purchase a few for Christmas gifts. They really stand out from all the regular ones you usually see around and definitely makes a fashion statement!
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This post was written for Pottery Barn Kids who provided the complimentary product in exchange for my honest review.
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