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Crayola and Griffin Unveil Colorful Headphones for Kids

by on January 09, 2012
in CES 2012, News, Music and Video, Family and Parenting, Kids, Blog :: 0 comments

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Crayola, the brand long synonymous with crayons and markers, have been dipping their toes into the digital waters lately, partnering with Griffin Technology to create apps and hardware for iPhone and iPad. Their latest, Crayola-branded headphones and earbuds are pretty nifty.

Crayola MyPhones earbuds come in bright purple, pink, green and blue and include three sizes of silicone earbuds and will sell this spring for $14.99.

The MyPhones over ear headphones come with markers and stickers to customize. They come in two color combos: pink/purple and blue/green. These retail for $24.99 and will be available this spring.

Both styles of MyPhones have built-in volume-limiting circuitry that keeps the volume down to safe levels for young ears.

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