Logitech Loud Enough Noise-Isolating Earphones, Just right for kids

Logitech introduces the Loud Enough noise-isolating earphones, which are specially designed for kids and “offer built-in volume control that reduces the maximum volume of the original source by at least 30 percent compared to standard ear buds – that’s the difference between a chainsaw and a loud conversation.”

The rugged Loud Enough earphones come in three colors: lueberry (blue), mint (green) or plum (fuchsia) and also includes three soft ear-cushions in sizes ranging from extra small to medium. They are also bundled with a pocket-ready hard case for $40.

Logitech Loud Enough Noise Isolating Earphones

Logitech Loud Enough Noise Isolating Earphones

Logitech Loud Enough Noise Isolating Earphones

Logitech Loud Enough Noise Isolating Earphones





Source: Logitech Blog

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