BuddyPhones InFlight is designed specially for airborne little travelers, to enjoy their trip and share with buddies. Add a special two-prong plug airline adapter to your BuddyPhones InFlight to make those air travels a breeze. The airline adapter is available in four colors to match your BuddyPhones InFlight.
The BuddyCable has a flat design for less entanglement and lower choking risk. It is also detachable so it plugs out of the headphones if pulled, maximizing the safety for your child. A built in microphone makes BuddyPhones ideal to use for calling family, friends, and other buddies. It can also be used with interactive learning apps and is excellent for little scholars to utilize for study time.
GREAT TRAVEL BUDDY
All foldable editions of BuddyPhones fit perfectly in our BuddyCase. The hard-shell case is designed to keep your BuddyPhones intact when being crammed harshly into backpacks while traveling. The BuddyCase has a sleek, compact design that fits easily into small carry-ons. Available in four fun colors, the BuddyCase is an ideal travel-companion to your BuddyPhones.
Anti-allergic Synthetic Leather
An extra pair of BuddyPhones cushion pads might come in handy! The plush, pillow-soft ear pads are made from anti-allergic synthetic leather that is safe for kids’ sensitive skin and are very easy to clean. Our super-soft cushion pads fit all different models of BuddyPhones. These cushion pads are only available for our wired version (Standard, Explore, Explore Foldable, InFlight and Moomin)
MAKE IT YOURS!
All our BuddyPhones come with a colorful sticker set, as well as blank stickers that allow kids to get creative and color and design their own stickers. In case you are all out of stickers or would like to freshen your BuddyPhones up with some new designs, you can purchase extra stickers right here. To make the characters and designs come to life, we use foil and embossed printing technology for a fun 3D look.
Keep Your Kids Hearing Safe!
“12.5% of kids between the ages of 6 and 19 suffer from hearing loss as a result of using earphones turned to a high volume.”