Monday, July 4, 2016


CozyPhones is a company that makes sleeping headphones but it has expanded over the years. Based in the USA and I thought it would be nice to try a new type of headphone. I got some Lycra Headband Headphones by Halo Acoustic which includes a bonus travel bag with ultra-thin speakers and a durable braided cable that will not tangle or kink. Lightweight, comfortable and washable sleep headband with adjustable speakers will give you the perfect fit. These sleep earphones are perfect aid for sleeping and battling insomnia. With a flexible and durable 1.5 meter braided cord and sturdy 3.5 mm stereo plug. Will not kink, twist or break under normal use. Use with all your favorite devices like Apple iPhone, iPad, iPod, Android, Samsung Galaxy, Blackberry, Nokia, LG, HTC, Google Nexus, Lenovo, Asus, Sony, Dell, Toshiba, HP, MP3, MP4 and other audio devices.

I also wanted the Kids Soft Fleece Yellow Smiley as I still love smiley faces after all these years but do not collect them as much; Ultra thin speakers and a durable extra long 52" braided cable. These earphones are the perfect alternative for kids who hate earbuds and struggle with bulky over the ear headphones. The headband is lightweight, comfortable and washable. The headband has adjustable speakers to provide the perfect fit.

My Opinion: I really like these as they do fit my rather large head along and trying to adjust them took a little getting used to as I felt they did not move very well inside. I think the lycra is perfect for running in the hot months along with another other physical activity outside along with traveling. The kids are super soft and comfortable along with protecting the ears and a great value for your money.
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