ETY-Kids Earphones {Review}

I recently received a pair of ETY-Kids Earphones to test out and the first thing I have to say is that I really like that these came with a small pouch to store them in. Nothing worse than tangled cords, and let’s face it, cords tangle on their own without the help from children, so adding a child is only going to make it worse.

The second thing, and the reason I would definitely recommend this for children is that, they are designed for children, for young ears aged 4+, or those sensitive to loud sound.

I tried these out before I let my daughters use them. I hoped on the treadmill with my laptop to watch Netflix as normal, only instead of using my regular earphones I tried these out. They are comfy to wear, not falling out when I moved my head.

When I unplugged them from my computer while Netflix played I didn’t have to turn the volume up as I normally would. I found the sound softer, quieter. Much quieter than a normal pair, which I found emit sound much louder than needed.

I would definitely buy these for my children, knowing that they aren’t going to hurt their ears.

Included with the Ety-Kids earphones is:

  • Zipper pouch
  • Assortment of eartips
  • Shirt clip

Important warning from the company: the ETY-Kids earphones can exclude external sounds. So it is unsafe to use them when there is a potential risk that user may not hear traffic or other danger.

Disclosure: I received a pair of the ETY-Kids earphones to facilitate my review, I did not receive an compensation. All opinions are 100% my own.

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I am a work at home mom with three children aged seven and under. I blog at Forgetful Momma early in the morning, at naptime (when they actually happen) and in the evenings if I can stay awake long enough. I love sharing recipes, fun activities for children and families alike, and the little things in life that I don't want to forget.
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9 responses to “ETY-Kids Earphones {Review}”

  1. Elizabeth Matthiesen — September 25, 2015 @ 7:28 pm (#)

    Yes, I hear you, tangled cords and kids usually just pull on them thinking that will help, unfortunately it doesn’t but they do mean well 🙂

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  2. ellen beck — September 25, 2015 @ 11:00 pm (#)

    I like the way these look and more so what they do. I think so many kids are exposed to earphones/plugs so early now and they loud noises can be damaging. I like how you can control these miich easier.

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  3. kathy downey — September 26, 2015 @ 12:42 pm (#)

    I would be checking on these for the grandkinds,I like how you can control these .

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  4. loucheryl — September 27, 2015 @ 6:25 pm (#)

    This would be awesome for my oldest son. He likes to listen to music on his iPad while he’s in the car but we (mommy and daddy) don’t want to hear it so these would be awesome!

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  5. Laurie P — October 1, 2015 @ 4:10 pm (#)

    Great product to know about….pretty sure I’ll be needing a pair for my girl!

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  6. kathy downey — October 5, 2015 @ 5:29 pm (#)

    These will make neat stockening stuffers for the grandkids

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  7. Melinda L. — October 6, 2015 @ 7:35 am (#)

    Yes nothing worse than tangled cords, those are so tricky to untangle and unwind. Great to hear the volume and material is soft and are kid friendly

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  8. Kristina — October 9, 2015 @ 8:11 am (#)

    Just might have to try these out. Ive been looking for some.

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  9. kathy downey — February 16, 2016 @ 8:01 am (#)

    My granddaughter has these and they fit so well !

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