Headphones created specifically for children, with parental-controlled volume? Yes, please!
Besides the obvious cool-factor these flashy child-sized headphones ooze, they’re also incredibly practical for little ears. Created by Fuhu, Nabi Notes claim to project DJ-quality sound. If we’re honest, kids probably won’t care too much about the quality of the sound coming from whatever device they happen to be listening to, but it’s great to know they’re top quality.
The real clincher is the volume control. Parents can limit the volume to eighty decibels. A light will indicate when the headphones are in Nabi mode (which is when the volume can be limited). There is also a dual mode that allows volume limiting to be switch on or off. The headphones are also lightweight, have a tangle-resistant cord and can be personalised with KINABI letters and characters.
The Nabi Notes headphones cost US$99, and will have to be re-shipped from the Nabi Shop. They are due for release this month, and can be pre-ordered.