Sunday, July 30, 2017

Buddy Phones are Headphones that Protect Your Children's Ears

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.

Buddy Phones from Onanoff enable sharing and cap the decibels at 85 for child safety!
My granddaughter just got home from a nice little vacation. She has been on an airplane before, but never one taking her overseas. No one was particularly worried how she would do, she's a champ when it comes to traveling, but we did want her to have things to help her be comfortable and occupied.



The headphones on an airplane are not the kind that would last long with little one. She's not rough, but she's not always gentle pulling and putting things on. She needed high quality headphones to get her through. The Buddy Phones met that need, you can twist, turn and pull these and they'll be fine. They have a fun element too because they include stickers for decorating them!!! Every four-year-old loves stickers. :)


These headphones are perfectly sized for children. They have a padded headrest, little padded ear muffs, and brightly colored adjusters on the bottom (they come in a variety of colors). My MOST favorite things about these headphones is that they cap decibels at 85 for the safety of your child's hearing!! That's a big deal. It's so easy for children to harm their little ears, but it's hard to monitor just how loud their content is, when you're not wearing the headphones too (which of course can't happen). Not to mention that with traditional headphones you have to be aware of whether or not your kiddos are changing the volume when you're not paying attention. That is no longer a worry with the Buddy Phones.


They are made of plastic, but it is tough, hard plastic, nothing cheap at all with the Buddy Phones by Onanoff.


They have their own drawstring case too, which is nice.


The splitter allows up to four children with Buddy Phones to connect to the same device.


Our little peanut is back home now, and she had a fabulous time. She had the opportunity to use her headphones and her mom said she loved them!


To learn more about the earphones or see them in a action, click play on the video above. You can also visit their website and follow along on their Facebook, Pinterest and/or Instagram.

39 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

That is neat how many can connect. She sure looks like a happy camper indeed too.

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I've seen those. That's a smart product.

coach-daddy said...

I wish we had those when we were young! It was so easy to go crazy with a Walkman.

Prime Time Parenting said...

What a great product, these are so cute!

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

Wow, these are awesome.

Czjai Reyes-Ocampo said...

These headphones are so cute! I like that they cap the volume, very child-friendly indeed. :)

My Teen Guide said...

I love the feature that you can get two headphones hooked up to one device. That's cool. Great for road trips! Just load your tablet up with movies or a TV series and you'll have two behaved kiddos at the back of your car.

Adrianas Best Recipes said...

How cute are these headphones need to buy a pair for my grandson love the idea that are protective too. Thanks for sharing.

Masshole Mommy said...

My boys are always using headphones to watch Youtube on their tablets. These sound like ones that I need to get for my boys.

Fundy Blue said...

Hi, Rosey! I can see where these headphones would be useful in an elementary classroom, especially the ability for up to four children to use them at once. I'm glad that your little peanut had fun overseas!

Blue Grumpster said...

A great way to stay... connected ;) I hate it when a product looks cheap and is of poor quality. These look pretty good, all right.

Melissa Chapman said...

With kids using headphones regularly it is so important to protect them. I usually don't let my kids listen to loud music or shows so these are headphones we really need.

Bill Sweeney said...

These sound like great headphones. I especially love the stickers. Sticker make everything better for kids.

Bridgette said...

Such a great idea for summer travel! Love that they are durable.

Melanie Walsh said...

The option to decorate will sell my kids on them. My daughter is partially deaf, so protecting her ears is very important for us.

Catherine Sargent said...

This looks like a great headset for little ones. These would be perfect for my little niece that will flying for the first time next month. I like that the splitter allows for 4 Buddy Phones to connect to the same device.

Liz Mays said...

I think these will be perfect for travel. These sound sturdy and the splitter is such a nice addition!

Brandy Tanner said...

These are perfect! I know my youngest most certainly has his sound up super loud, I know he has ear problems that no one can pinpoint why as he passes every test .... perhaps these ear phones will make me feel a little better though that he isn't blasting his ears!

Pam said...

These sound great for kids. I love that they are sturdy, kids need well made things.

Theresa Mahoney said...

That's wonderful that they are so durable for little ones. My girls were always hard on their headphones and we spent way more than I care to admit on replacements. Glad your peanut had a great trip!

Louise Bishop said...

Oh, I love these! I often wonder about my children's ears with music and such.

Angela Milnes said...

Up to four children at once?! Now THAT'S a lifesaving gadget!

Sheena Tatum said...

I'm glad to hear she liked them so much! This sounds like something I need to get for my group of little ones!

Rachel Ferrucci said...

That's so cool that you can have two sets hooked up to one device. Perfect for the boys, I'll need to check them out

Janell Poulette said...

These headphones are so cute! My son needs some for school this year, i need to look into these!

Kelly Hutchinson said...

It is so important to protect the little ones ears. These headphones are so fun! I love the stickers!

Vanessa Gordon said...

I love the concept of these headphones, they sound like they would be perfect for our next airplane ride. My daughter and son would really appreciate these and I love the carrying case, great way to keep them clean.

Kiwi said...

Aw headphones for kids. I think its cute especially when they are playing on tablets.

redheadmomblog said...

These are so cute! I'd never heard of these before!

Annemarie LeBlanc said...

This is so cool! I mean it would be great that it allows multiple users to hook up to one device! I was wondering if they had these in adult sizes? If they do, I'd get them for my boys.

My Teen Guide said...

This is awesome. I love that it provides the right fit and protection. Having stickers add more to the fun. However, the best feature is that it could allow up to 4 users to hook up to one device!

Crystal said...

There are so many awesome features on those headphones. My kids had some cheap ones that, of course, didn't last long. I need to replace them with these Buddy Phones.

Jaredamy said...

These would be a lifesaver for me. I honestly hate hearing my kid's tablets games which are so distracting!

alissa apel said...

My sister messaged me on FB yesterday: "Emerson has headphones on his list of school supplies. He can't wear headphones with his hearing aid. In fact he throws up whenever anything is on his head. Most of these school supplies he can't even use. I just had a melt down in the store!" I started to tear up.

I'm happy he's lived long enough to go to Kindergarten. She's right though. He can't do what others can. Kids with Down Syndrome are way above him. The state won't give him any funding if he's not A) Registered for Kindergarten. B) There all day. He can't talk, or eat. They're having him there until after lunch, then he can go home.

I asked a few of my friends that have hearing aids what they do about headphones. They have wireless hearing aids that can connect to their phone. I don't think Emerson's hearing aid is that fancy at 6.

mail4rosey said...

Wow that's going to be hard for his parents to adjust without him at home too. I think we all worry when our children first start at school. I hope they have a wonderful program for him, and make him feel loved and welcome.

ConciergeLibrarian said...

I am going to search for this right now. Everything seem to be designed to get our kids deaf by the time they are 12 so it is nice to see this

alissa apel said...

Me to! I feel bad being stresses over Mica going to Middle School, when Emerson has all the problems he does.

Erinn Sluka said...

We have a pair as well and they are loaded with more features than I could ever imagine

~ Noelle said...

Those look so fun!
I bet she did love them. Broxton had to have ear buds this year for school.... I am not a fan of the buds and like head sets better, but to each their own. ( I guess less room for storage in a class is a good reason)
I love the stickers!