KaZoo headphones are designed for children from age 3 upwards. The sound level of the headphones is limited to a maximum of 85 decibels which is widely recommended as the maximum for children.
Both Lara and Holly were instantly fascinated by these fun froggy headphones (KaZoo also make a bold penguin design). The soft padded ear cups mean that they are happy wearing them... in fact, I've worn them for quite a while too because they are FAR more comfortable than my own pair of headphones. They don't suit me quite as well as they do my children!
The headphones have a good level of adjustment which means that they can be used for very young children right through to adults.
KaZoo seem to have got the usability and appeal right for children. In the past, my oldest daughter has struggled to get cables plugged in and out of her kiddy tablet but the KaZoo headphones have a large coloured plug (ours is in the shape of a fly) which allows a good level of grip when small hands are trying to concentrate to get the plug into their device.
I found the cable to be quite long, certainly longer than I had expected for a pair of child's headphones but I haven't yet worked out whether I feel this is a good feature, or a bad one!
For me, the best thing is that now I don't have to listen to the annoying music on my daughter's favourite (see repetitive) iPad app!