How the HeadFoams Were Born
As parents, we’ve bought countless pairs of headphones for our kids. As owners of Marware Montessori Academy, we have bought many dozens of pairs over time!
In their enthusiasm, kids will accidentally twist, pull, drop, and fight over headphones. The consequence? Broken headphones that need to be replaced. This gets expensive!!
Our solution to these and other headphone problems we have had along the way are our patent-pending HeadFoams!
Why do we think they’re great?
They can be bent in the opposite direction, they can be twisted, they can be involved in tug-of-war and still survive! This means buying ONE nearly indestructible pair of HeadFoams for $29.99 is more cost-effective than the many less expensive ones we have bought over time!
The other feature we are proud of is the 85 decibel limiter. This limits the sound level to what experts and doctors consider safe. We have read many studies that show a rise in childhood hearing loss since the advent of MP3 players, tablets, and the music and games played on them. We know young kids are not happy about this limit, but we feel really great about it because as parents and school owners, we want to protect those developing ears from harm.
The HeadFoams are really lightweight, too. The foam material is like the material the original Crocs® were made of—making them lightweight and squishy.
We’ve had a great deal of fun testing them with our own kids and with the kids at our school, Marware Montessori Academy and have gotten nothing but rave reviews from everyone. Kids tested them at home with iPhones, iPads, kindle and Samsung tablets. They enjoyed using them to listen to their iTunes music, and play their favorite games like Clash of Clans and Angry Birds. At school, they were tested in our language labs and when doing web based research.
Order a pair today and check them out for yourself. We’re confident you’ll love them as much as we do!
Links of interest:
- NBC News Report on the Rise of Hearing Loss in Children
- American Academy of Otolaryngology - Head and Neck Surgery
- National Institute of Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD)