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January 07, 2013

Kidz Gear Unveils Kids Headphones in Five Colors


Kidz Gear has unveiled its latest range of KidzControl Volume Limit Headphones. Available in five different colors, the headphones can work with any audio device with a 3.5 mm audio jack.

Previously available only in gray, the headphones are now available in Pink, Orange (News - Alert), Blue, Green and Purple, allowing users to go with their individual color preference and style. MP3 players, iPads, iPods, game consoles, along with standard DVD and CD players can also work with the Kidz Gear Headphones.

The latest headphones feature the innovative, proprietary Kidz Gear Volume Limit Technology, wherein the volume is restricted to nearly 80 percent of the maximum volume output possible from current audio devices. A secure volume restricted listening experience for children of all ages is therefore offered by this ground-breaking technology. The headphones feature soft padded child-sized ear-cups and best-in-class audio components, making it ergonomically convenient for the users. The latest KidzControl Volume Limit Headphones are available for $19.99 for all colors. Children will love to use them especially while traveling long distances, ensuring quiet times for parents as well. 

Kidz Gear headphones have been developed similar to the adult headphones, featuring premium, high-performance consumer electronics components present in adult headphones. The headphones aim to resolve the continuous battle between a child’s desire for his or her parent’s belongings and the parent’s terror of them spoiling a costly item.   

Users can either purchase KidzControl Volume Limit Headphones from U.S. retailers like Target (News - Alert) and InMotion Airport Stores; the organization’s website; or at other web-based retailers like Amazon etc.

Supply and Beyond, LLC is the number one producer of the Kidz Gear range of products and accessories. The organization was established in 2001, and is located in San Ramon, California. Laurie Peterson, a mother, has been responsible for unveiling the Kidz Gear brand. She wanted to develop a range of products and accessories for kids that had performance, features and quality similar to the products meant for adults. The range of products were, however, developed keeping in mind the ergonomic convenience, sizes, styles and cost for children. Several Mother’s Group Organizations and industry publications have given positive reviews for the product portfolio from Kidz Gear.

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Edited by Brooke Neuman
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