Cable broken or frayed happen often when you kids accidentally tug their earbuds’ cable you may think of getting a pair of Bluetooth earbuds for them.
- Neckband Bluetooth earbuds
- True wireless earbuds – like Airpods or Airpods Pro
- Bluetooth earbuds for kids with ear hook or clips – worn over the ear
Come in different from factor but they have to be comfortable and small in order to fit children’ ears.
Not many Bluetooth earbuds have volume limiting feature so you have to use volume limiting app available on both Android/iOS devices.
Setting up Bluetooth connection initially can be a bit complicated but your kids can get used to it. Given the wild popularity of AirPods , in the feature perhaps TWS will become the mainstream of headphone both for entertaining and learning. It’s good if you kids are prepared for this and let them interact with these items from the early ages.
Here I make a comparison table help you which form is best for your kids
|Round – winner||Bluetooth earbuds with cable||Neckband Bluetooth earbuds||True wireless|
|Pairing||Easier||Easier||Quite complicated for kids|
|Fit and Comfort||Cable dangling down||Neckband||No cable, cable or neckband|
|Battery life||Average||Best battery life||Short battery life|
|Durability||Exposed to stretching cable or fraying||Most rugged and durable form||Easily to drop or get lost|
|Sound quality||Good||Good||Somewhat better|