Belkin’s new true wireless headphones are specifically for kids – and they’re cheap

We’re used to seeing a lot of headphones aimed at little listeners here at , but true wireless headphones for kids like Belkin’s recently announced SoundForm Nano Wireless Earbuds for Kids are a very rare breed.

Designed for children age seven and up, the new Bluetooth headphones feature output limiting to keep the volume below 85 decibels (the current U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration limit for workplace exposure), ensuring that they cannot accidentally damage your hearing.

The Belkin SoundForm Nano in blue. (Image credit: Belkin)

While sound quality often tends to be an afterthought for headphones designed for young people, that doesn’t seem to be the case here, with the Nano featuring 6mm dynamic drivers in each earcup.

They also promise a decent battery life of 24 hours in total, with up to 5 hours of uninterrupted playback, plus an additional 19 hours of juice offered by the charging case, while IPX5 water resistance should ensure they can withstand a fight of water gun.

Belkin SoundForm Nano pink

They also come in pink, in a nice two-tone case. (Image credit: Belkin)

Younger kids have smaller ear canals that often make headphones an irritating and uncomfortable experience, but Belkin is addressing that with a selection of included ear tips that are scaled down to a special extra-extra small size.

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