Thursday, October 4, 2018

@cozyphones Headband Headphones Review

My boys are in love with listening to music. Big headphones are cumbersome, earbuds hurt me and have never fit in my ears very well, and small headphones feel cheap. I want to say, "Thank You!" to CozyPhones for their comfortable headphones. 

Three Types:

1. Adult Active: Black, Blue, White and Pink 

The Active CozyPhones run $19.97 right now. Go pick a pair up! They usually run $29.99.

2. Adult Sleep: Black, Grey and Violet

The Sleep CozyPhones run $21.97 right now. Go pick a pair up! They usually run $29.99.

3. Children Fleece: Unicorn, Panda, Fox, Froggy, Purple Frog, Monster, Cat, Paw Patrol Chase, Paw Patrol Marshall, Paw Patrol Skye, and Pink Bunny 

They run $19.97 right now. Go pick a pair up! They usually run $34.99.

You can buy CozyPhone on Amazon as well. 

They have a 100% money back guaranteed. 

We were sent Adult Active in White. It's made with a lycra that's made to keep your head cool. Mica sweats a lot. I'm glad the fabric makes him cool. It seems to work great.

I thought it would be great considering that Mica is doing Cross Country. I just wish he wouldn't of gotten shin splints. We can't tell if he's milking his pain, but after almost 2 weeks he's still limping. I hope he gets back to running on the weekends.

Mica likes to listen to Led Zeppelin, Jon Bon Jovi, Van Halen and more in his headphones! They connected up great to his phone!

We did go for a walk, and he enjoyed having his music playing.

Mica's CozyPhones came with a bag to store them in.

We were also sent Children Panda. It's made with a soft fleece. It seems to work well. Aren't they so cute?

Isaak loves to listen to Minecraft videos, and feels like he should be equal to Mica with screen time.

Isaak is huge into watching and listening to Michael Jackson videos in his headphones! They connected up great to his kindle!

I do wish Isaak's Panda CozyPhones came with a storage bag like Mica's did.


They both complained at first about the sound being muffled. I think because there's fabric there, the sound does need to be turned up a bit.

They also had to position them properly for hearing music. You can't see where the speakers are. They can be felt inside there, so lining them up to your ears isn't that difficult. You can also move the speakers inside the fabric.

There are somethings I love to listen to: Like songs, but other things I don't like listening to: Like Minecraft videos. Headphones go on PLEASE!


They are wonderful in the comfort department! 

The cords are braided, so they'll hold up better than some other headphones. 

You can actually take the headphones out of the CozyPhones to wash the fabric. 

I don't know how these hold up long term. I've only had them less than a week.

I like that CozyPhones has headphone for active people, people that want to relax, adults and kids. There are so many options.

Which option would you pick?

What would you listen to in your CozyPhones?

Disclaimer: I got these products free to help with this review. CozyPhones did not tell me what to write. I only review products my family or readers will find helpful.

Random Tid Bits

  1. It's midterms at the college I teach at, so that means I'm super busy!
    I spent an hour or more grading this morning. There's one more project staring at me. The guy that turned it in was late, skipped everyone's presentations, and didn't talk to me about it. I'm kind of letting him stew in the fact that he has an F in my class right now. I need to take some photos of artwork, but plan on doing that tomorrow. If I've been a bit absent from blogging, that's why. I kind of thought if I blogged, I'd feel a little more uplifted afterwards. 

  2. Isaak's had a shitty week! There's a reason I'm saying that. I'll get to it.

    He's been missing a lot of recesses this year. I'm not a fan of kids not getting breaks in elementary school. So...I emailed his teacher about it. Go to find out...the principal was holding recesses because they were talking so loud, he could hear them down the hall.

    In my mind that means they should be outdoors all the more. They wouldn't be so loud if they got it out of their systems outside.

    If you want to take play away from them - fine. Have them go outdoors, and turn them into runners. They have a track.

    Even at home when our kids can't focus on a task they run, outdoors, up and down the hill. Am I a perfect parent, no. This helps them get their tasks done!

    Now I feel it's important for me to find all the research I can about how recess is important. Let's add work to Alissa's schedule! Typically I like Mr. Principal. Damn it! Not this time. It pisses me off!

    I don't even feel pissed off about Isaak not having it per say. He's a good kid. He gets A's in school. I feel for the kids that are hyperactive, have trouble focusing, and so on.

    5th grade is one of the biggest classes in the school.

    Guess what? I'd love it for my son to be able to hang out with other kids in the other class. 

  3. I told you I'd get to Isaak's shitty week. Here it is! The craziest, messed up scenario I've heard for awhile.

    A 5th grader boy has been pooping and peeing on the floor. What does the school decided to do about this? They decided to pick 3 or 4 good kids in each class to have shit duty. Ok so they don't call it that, but I do. Isaak is in rotation of the other good kids, he goes out of class when someone needs to go to the bathroom. He looks in the bathroom to make sure nothing is on the floor. After the kid is done doing their duty, he gets to look again. Crappy, ya think?

    We found out about his shitty duty when he didn't know how to do his math homework. He missed 1/2 the lesson because he was not in the classroom. That night Isaak was in tears because he wanted to finish his math. He was worried about his grade dropping. He was so frustrated.

    We were/are so annoyed! Travis sent a text over to his teacher expressing that Isaak didn't understand his math because he was out of the room for some bathroom duty that seemed like a crazy story. She gave him another night to work on his math. I told Isaak to tell his teacher he didn't want to do that job anymore. If they won't let him stop, I'll freaking put a stop it. Conferences are coming up. Guess who's getting an ear full about that one? 

  4. Travis also waited and waited for Isaak to come out one night after school. Where was Isaak? He was putting up chairs for other kids in the class. His teacher was praising him. Travis said, "Isaak is that your chair?" Isaak said, "No." Travis said, "Then don't put it up. Come on we have to go." I don't know that I blame Isaak's teacher for that. Travis and I are pretty annoyed that the good kid gets crap duties. 

  5. I applied to 3 art things lately, and was denied with all of them. I know they get a lot of people that enter. I was hoping to get into just 1. Boo!


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