To help raise awareness and educate children on endangered animals, Planet Buddies, an environmentally conscious child-friendly accessory brand, announced the launch of their Bluetooth wireless headphones. Announced during Pepcom’s Home Now! Event, the Bluetooth wireless headphones come in a variety of animals including Pepper the Penguin, Olive the Owl and Pippin the Panda. With an 85db volume limit, the headphones allow kids the freedom to move without a wire while also listening safely.
Planet Buddies Bluetooth Headsets Features:
- Child-safe limited to 85db volume limited audio
- Wireless compatible with iOS/Android
- Up to 38 hours total playtime (2 hours charging time)
- Built-in microphone
- Extra line-out jack for music sharing
- Strong, adjustable design for comfort and durability
- Foldable, portable design with carry pouch included
- 100% recyclable packaging with zero plastic
The Planet Buddies product range includes wired headphones, Bluetooth wireless speakers, tablet cushions and more. The products each have a story about their character, why they are endangered and practical tips on what children can do to help protect all life on our planet. A portion of the revenue from each product purchase goes to World Land Trust and the Marine Conservation Society.
The Planet Buddies product line is currently available at amazon.com, bestbuy.com, samsclub.com and QVC.com. The bluetooth wireless headphones will be available starting in August for $44.99. For more product information, please visit www.planetbuddies.com.
About Planet Buddies
Planet Buddies created a range of kids’ accessories based on a variety of colorful characters who represent endangered, vulnerable, and threatened species of animals from all over the world. Their goal is to educate children about the issues that threaten animals with extinction. This includes loss of habitat, global warming and harmful substances ending up in our oceans.
The packaging for each Planet Buddies product is made from 100% recyclable cardboard, with no plastic use and is printed with soy-based inks. Their aim is to share knowledge and inspire change in our future generations to help protect all life on our planet.
Source: Planet Buddies