With the holiday season around the corner, a set of headphones is probably at the top of your kids’ list. The problem with a lot of headphones out there is that they’re either too big or too loud for most younger kids to use. However, you still want to find some that work and also are made well. These headphones from iClever are specifically made for kids, both in their build and sound level. Here’s everything you need to know about them if you’re thinking about buying some headphones for your kids.

Overall use of the iClever kids headphones

Since these headphones are not designed to be some fancy tech headphones and are mostly made for kids, we’re going to go over more of the basics and how it works than the detailed specs and performance. The iClever kid headphones use Bluetooth, which is great for kids because they tend to knock and get caught on cords. This gives them a cord-free experience.

To turn the lights on, you simply hold the + volume button. They cycle through different colors, giving them a cool look your kids will love to wear. One of the biggest selling points of this headphone is that the maximum sound output is 94dB. For reference, at 80dB, there is possible damage to an eardrum after 8 hours of continuous sound at that level. The headband is adjustable so it can be adjusted to comfort. The memory ear cushions and straps are soft and shouldn’t irritate your child’s skin after long use.

Battery life and Bluetooth

The iClever kid headphones use Bluetooth 5.0, so it can connect to most devices out there. If you don’t want to use Bluetooth, there is also a 3.5mm backup jack. The Bluetooth stays connected up to 33 ft, and when I tested it as I walked far away from my device, that seemed to be accurate. At even longer feet, it just starts getting a little fuzzy but takes quite a distance to cut out completely.

It has a lithium-ion polymer battery that takes under two hours to charge and lasts for 20 hours. With a total weight of .16kg, they’re incredibly light so you don’t need to worry about the strain on your child’s neck. There is also a built-in microphone that worked great when I tested it. That makes it a good option for if you want your kids to have interactive games or to be able to chat with family members.

Video review

Features:

  • 40mm drivers
  • Maximum output of 94dB
  • Bluetooth 5.0 technology
  • 20 hours of battery life
  • Volume control
  • Mic
  • Foldable design for easy transportation

Disclaimer: I received this product at a discount for the purposes of testing it and reviewing it. All opinions expressed are truthful and 100% my own.

iClever Kids Headphones Bluetooth - Colorful Lights Headphones for Kids with MIC, Volume Control Foldable - Childrens Headphones on Ear for iPad Tablet Kindle Airplane School,Blue

$29.99
9.1

Weight

9.0/10

Design

9.0/10

Comfort

9.5/10

Sound quality

8.5/10

Bluetooth

9.0/10

Battery life

9.5/10

Jackie Pearce
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