Nerf-Like Foam Headphones Your Kids Won't Instantly Destroy

There's a reason brands like Nerf and Tonka are popular with parents: it's because they're almost impossible for kids to destroy. So Marblue decided to take a similar approach with its headphones designed for kids, by making the frame out of nearly indestructible foam. And of course, they called them Headfoams.

Nerf-Like Foam Headphones Your Kids Won't Instantly Destroy

Available in bright orange, blue, or purple finishes for $40 a pair, the Headfoams look right at home amongst the loud, gaudy adult headphones you'll find in stores today. So you can fool your kids into thinking you're letting them use grown-up electronics, when in reality the Headfoams are designed to survive the rigors of day-to-day kid life.

And since they've been engineered to ensure sound never goes past 85 decibels, your kids aren't going to be able to destroy their hearing and have a valid excuse for not hearing you tell them to take out the garbage. [Marblue via designboom]

Nerf-Like Foam Headphones Your Kids Won't Instantly Destroy

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