Listening to music has so many amazing benefits, not only does it elevate your mood and get you moving but it brings people together and helps to strengthen memory skills, so it’s no wonder why even more young children are listening to music. While music is an easy form of entertainment that cures boredom when kids travel to and from school, it can lead to gradual hearing damage if listened to loudly and for long periods of time.
That’s why we’re giving one lucky reader the chance to win a pair of Junior Jams Bluetooth headphones! The Junior Jams Bluetooth headphones have been developed by a father who realised his 10 year old daughter had sustained Noise-Induced Hearing Loss from listening to music too loud, for too long. Finding no one was addressing this issue adequately, the family set about designing and developing the highest-quality, studio-grade, volume limiting to 85 decibels children’s headphone whilst still at an affordable price.
The all-new Puro Sound Labs Junior Jams are the latest premium kids’ headphones from the company and have been named as the best and safest child headphones by the New York Times and Good Morning America.
Durably built with aluminium construction that’s lightweight and comfortable, these Puro kids headphones were built to handle any rough play!
In addition, its daisy chain sharing option allows two people to listen to the same source device simultaneously, providing you with a little peace and quiet as there’ll be no more squabbling over who gets to watch or listen! Everyone can listen at the same time, making them great for travel and trips with young kids.
Junior Jams are the perfect gift for kids aged 2-13 years old and the future of Bluetooth headphones for kids!
To enter, simply answer the question below and fill in the form before the closing time of Monday 12th August at 3pm. Good luck!
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