I was sent these CozyPhones kids’ headphones to review. I received no compensation for this post.
Before I launch into my review, I want to share my caption for this photo from Instagram. There is a whole lot of history in this one Humble Hammock hanging from our trees. And somehow, after all these years, moves, and kids, the price tag is still attached…
And while I am fairly certain the tag doesn’t actually read priceless, it probably should.
I just hanging around.
In a hammock purchased in Brazil where his parents spent one hot, steamy summer falling in love and digging fish ponds for Jesus.
Ah….the stuff dreams are made of. I’m tempted to post a link to my Love on a Mission series..but then I will have people asking when I am going to write the next installment. And my answer? When you come watch my kids for a week.
But now. Onto my CozyPhones Review.
Finding headphones that fit toddlers and young children can be difficult. We have gone through a few different ones. Apollo has used these LilGadgets headphones since last year. While they fit well enough they tend to slide off and now that he is bigger he is complaining they are too small.
We have now had the CozyPhones for two months and I feel like I can give a thorough review.
CozyPhones are comfortable.
CozyPhones are, well, cozy. These are so cozy that while I got these for Apollo, Mordecai keeps sneaking them off into his room. Seriously. He is 15 and uses these every single day. They are hands-down his favorite headphones.
CozyPhones has a tough, flexible braided cord that prevents those annoying tangles.
You know, the ones where you spend half of spring break trying to undo a knot only to have your child tangle them up again three seconds later? This is definitely a bonus.
The CozyPhones cord is long.
At 36 inches your child has plenty of room to move around whether they are using an iPad, gaming device, or watching a movie.
The CozyPhones actually fit.
Because these are headband style, they fit and fit well. Both Apollo (age 8) and Mordecai (age 15) love to use these headphones.
CozyPhones are fun.
My kids love the panda bear design on the CozyPhones. The also have frog, unicorn, and emoji designs.
CozyPhones are easy to pack for travel.
Unlike our bulky LilGadgets headphones, these CozyPhones are smaller, lighter, and easy to stuff into a backpack without worrying about them breaking.
CozyPhones might be too hot in the summer.
While this has not bothered my kids and they have not mentioned it I could see these being too hot in the summer. We live in a temperate climate, so we don’t get extreme weather fluctuations. On the other hand, these would be perfect for use during outdoor exercise in the winter (I have extremely sensitive ears).
The braided part around our CozyPhones cord has a hole spot where the cord is doubled up and the cord it bent in half. This has not affected the function or sound. I plan to snip the thread in to loosen the kinked part. These headphones have been used every single day for two months straight and my kids are hard on things.
CozyPhones Review Conclusion:
Honestly, I was struggling to come up with any cons for this review. We did have the funky issue with the cord, but it has not affected the sound at all and I think that was probably user error (ie: my kids are rough on things) and not a defect in the product itself. These CozyPhones are comfortable, work well, cute, and have the non-tangle cord. I give these 5 out of 5 stars. I love them and wish I could buy them for all my friends.