Puro Sound Labs PuroQuiet headphones for kids

We’ve had quite a few pairs of headphones for the kids over the years – from soft headband types which they found too hot and the sound quality poor, to cheapy ones from Tesco which broke easily. Amy had a fancy pair where you could add in an extra cable so two people could listen to the same thing at once – but she seems to be really tough on cables and was constantly suffering with a loose connection and needing a replacement cable. We recently invested in three new sets of headphones ahead of our trip to France which are currently doing the trick – but I know that they won’t last long – it’s a tough balance between buying cheap and knowing they’re probably not great quality or investing in more expensive headphones and risking them getting damaged. (And of course investing in three sets of more expensive…

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