A review of the Cozyphones kids headphones

There are a lot of benefits to being the youngest child, you have more people to pander to your wishes, you tend to get away with a lot more than your older siblings did, and you can usually find someone willing to play with you. The downside… hand-me-downs! From clothes, to toys, to tech… you usually get something with a certain level of pre-loved to it. This doesn’t tend to bother my youngest much, but every so often it is lovely for him to get something new all for himself. Last month, to the envy of his older siblings, he got just that: brand new CozyPhones arrived in the post – just for him.

What are CozyPhones

CozyPhones are headband headphones. They come in a variety of different types; the ones we are reviewing here are the children’s ones. The earphones sit outside the ears, fitted inside the soft, fleece headband. These removable earphones can be adjusted within the headband, so that they sit just over the child’s ears.

The earphones should suit any device with a 3.5mm jack.

What he thinks

He loves them! He finds them very comfortable and cozy and finally has found a set of earphones that he can use for longer periods of time. He used to complain that other types just weren’t comfortable.

There is definitely a monster theme going one here


He even loved that he was able to pick which ones he wanted first, and there are plenty to choose from. There are frogs and unicorns and pandas and cats, to name but a few. He chose the monster, no surprise there!

What I think

I love that the headband is soft, comfortable and washable (as the earphones can easily be removed). They are also very, very robust (believe me they have been put through their paces). The wire is covered with chord rather than the usual plastic, which is a much more forgiving material when it comes to pulling, knotting and general rough-handling.

They have already prevented some big arguments in our house, when one child wants to listen to music and another wants to play on a device, but both want to be in the same room.

We have not had any long car journeys yet but I think this is where they will really come into their own; these CozyPhones are perfect for travelling, easy to store, don’t get in the way of the car seat and are soft enough that a child can sleep in them without any worries.

What I like MOST about the CozyPhones is the safety aspect. Up until now, my children have been using adult earplugs or headphones when they need to plug in and I worry about noise levels and safety. Firstly the CozyPhones earphones do not actually sit into the child’s ear and, more importantly, they have a volume limit set at 85 decibels. This gives me great peace of mind, I no longer need to keep checking and pestering my children to turn down the volume on their earphones.

The only downside I found was not with the product itself, but how to get it! Neither the home site nor those available on Amazon.co.uk currently ship to Ireland, meaning that alternative arrangements need to be made (such as using one of the many alternative parcel delivery services).

Disclosure: We were sent one CozyPhones headband headphones for review purposes. I have not received any payment for this review; all opinions expressed here are my own (and my son’s). 



Science blogger and writer; Owner of Dr. How's Science Wows; Mother of three junior scientists who have taught me that to be a great scientist you need to look at life through the eyes of a child!

4 thoughts on “A review of the Cozyphones kids headphones

  • October 4, 2017 at 1:05 pm

    I didn’t knew these headphones exist. Definitely will buy a pair for my son.

    • November 8, 2017 at 10:49 pm

      I hope he likes them, my son still loves his.

  • July 12, 2017 at 6:10 pm

    My sons love theirs too. I am hoping I won’t forget them when we head off on our holidays. They’ll be great for the car.

    • July 12, 2017 at 7:49 pm

      Yes, I definitely think they are a must for travelling, he’d definitely take them when we go on holidays. They’ll be great for the plane too.

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