The new range of Cactus over-ear headphones for kids are designed according to the Cactus fun and safety guide - just like our smart tech watch ranges. Our latest Light-up Cat Ear On-Ear Cactus Headphones will fit comfortably on your kids or teens head thanks to a super comfortable headband and the extremely soft ear cups.
They're lightweight and adjustable for perfect comfort, safety and enjoyment for hours.You can also rest assured - these headphones will not cause any harm to your child's hearing, as they have been designed with technology that has built in noise volume limits for guaranteeing safe levels of audio. The perfect headset for school work or fun at home.
Our best new kids headphones cat ear design was made to be used with all devices at school, home or on the road. That's why we've included the standard 3.5mm AUX headphone jack cable that works with practically all smartphones tablets such as Apple iPhone, iPad Mini, Samsung Galaxy Phones, Lenovo, Android Cellphones. (you will need an adapter for the new Apple devices that have no audio jack).
Why everyone is loving our new LED Light Cat-Ear On-Ear Kids Headphones.
Comfortable. Playful. Enjoyable.
Wired Cactus kids over ear headphones with AUX jack
Includes 2 LED modes: Steady, blinking and off
Padded adjustable headband fits all sizes
Soft cushion comfortable on-ear ear muffs
Dual colour with bright blue and lime green body
Best kids headphones design suitable for school
Great for travelling, school or iPad use
Suitable for ages 3 years & up
Speaker Size: Φ30mm
Safe volume limiting audio output
Sound Frequency Response : 20-20,000Hz
Sensitivity: Max 85dB
Audio Cable Length: 120cm
Audio jack: 3.5 mm
The Light-up Cat On-Ear Headphones can be turned on or off or have the setting changed to flashing on and off with coloured lights.
"This was a birthday present for my 7 year old and she absolutely loved it! She plays on her tablet and the laptop a lot and this has helped with the amount of noise inside the house. And I'm not worried anymore that she's ruining her hearing with the volume limit control."