Baby Banz earBanZ Kids Hearing Protection, Blue
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- The earmuffs are easy to wear
- The wide, foam filled cushions ensure that your child is comfortable
- Earmuffs are perfect for sporting events, concerts, air shows, and lawn mowing or airplane trips
- Strong enough to withstand damage and wear from frequent use
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- Weight 190 grams (6.7 oz)
- NRR 24.8
- Durable and Safe
- Over-ear design
- Small enough to fit in the palm of your hand for easy storage/carry
You now have a solution to providing hearing protection for children with sensitive hearing and kids that need hearing protection.
Banz Kids Hearing Protection Earmuffs effectively attenuate harmful loud noises without shutting out other ambient sounds.
Kids Hearing Protection Earmuffs are easy to wear, with a low profile and no protruding parts that can catch on things. The wide, foam-filled cushions ensure that the set doesn't squeeze uncomfortably, and there is plenty of space for the ears inside the shells. Banz Hearing Protection Earmuffs have a comfy leather-like cover over the headband to ensure all over comfort!
- BANZ are an essential accessory for all of children’s noisy adventures, plus they look can be worn with our Banz sunglasses.
They are perfect for all sorts of activities including:
- When you take your kid to an event with a lot of noise. Such as a festival, parade, carnival, (wedding) party, sports events or motor races.
- When you take your kid outside on New Year’s Eve.
- When you do DIY chores in your house or garden which produce a lot of noise, such as drilling, grinding or cutting grass.
- When a brother or sister plays music, puts on a show or has a sports event. Also think about the ears of this brother or sister and the rest of the family.
Sensitive care. Sensible choice.
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BANZ infant hearing protection and kids hearing protection set the standard for safely protecting your children from loud, damaging noises that can cause hearing loss.
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So here's the thing. They press in on your head pretty tight. And you're thinking, well of course they would if you're a grown up. But, many kiddos with Autism, and my son went on to be diagnosed with that as well, have larger heads. And then, he went on to be diagnosed with Sotos, which is a form of cerebral gigantism. So, for his age, he's got a goodly sized noggin. At the time we bought these, he was just turned 17 months. And he couldn't handle the sensation of them pressing on his head. His head at the time was about the size of maybe a 3 year old. So, I'm going to say that for these, if your child has sensory issues for tactile defensiveness, or doesn't respond well to pressure in certain areas, you might not even be able to get them to wear these. We tried for over a year before donating them. We've been trying with regular adult size headphones that don't press in nearly to this degree for oh golly, like 3 years now. And we're not having any sustained luck with those as well.
We didn't experience any quality control issues with them, but then we couldn't get them to leave them on his head. I did feel like they muted sound a bunch for me when I tried to model wearing them for him. When you're a parent with a child who has sound sensitivity, everybody loves to tell you these are going to solve all of you and your child's problems in that regard. Maybe they will, maybe they won't. If the problems are more serious, I'd lean towards the won't, but they may help. I don't think they're a bad product, but just be aware that they could exacerbate other sensory issues, so I would recommend knowing your child and maybe trying out some headphones at home if you've got them first before you buy these.
Update: 3 years later and they are still awesome ear protection for him! We've been to numerous Christian music concerts and he's worn them every time and never complained about the music being too loud.
These were an awesome purchase...