Cozy Phones If you like listening to music in your door room, but don’t want to disturb your roommate CozyPhones headphones are a fantastic option. CozyPhones are a combination headband and headphone product.

We find that CozyPhones do a respectable job with regards to sound isolation.  I was unable to hear what my husband was listening to through the earphones. The balance of sound is pretty great with a nice range of volume. When sleeping the ear speakers do shift a little, but not enough to be annoying. If you are a side sleeper, you won’t have to worry about them pressing against your ear when you sleep as the speakers are thin and flat. They’re also safe for use in bed, so you won’t get tangled in the wires if you toss and turn. CozyPhones come with a braided cable to prevent tangles.

The CozyPhones have a great stretchy lycra shell with an interior of polyester that wicks away sweat. They also come with a lightweight travel bag and are compatible with most devices. Keep in mind that the headbands are non adjustable, so if you have a large head they may be a tad snug. The Lycra Cozy Phones Mesh Cozyphones are available in black with 4 trim choices: black, blue, white or pink.

Aside from sleeping, it is also apparent that these headphones would be perfect for runners and adults like my adult daughter who suffers from tinnitus.

Cozyphones contour series version comes in black, grey or violet and features a cool mesh lining and contour design that helps the speakers to stay in place, even if you toss and turn. Cozyphones also have a models for kids, which are kid friendly looking.

CozyPhones for kids

CozyPhones for kids are the perfect alternative in headphones for kids who dislike earbuds and parents who struggle with bulky over the ear headphones.  We recommend CozyPhones headphones for toddlers and preschoolers or children that have any sort of autism, or sensory disorder.

CozyPhones HeadphonesWhen shopping for headphones for your kids, the safest option is a pair that limits the maximum volume. Medical professionals suggest children’s head sets not be set above 85 decibles (dB). CozyPhones headphones have a sound limit of 85 decibels. The sound pressure isn’t very loud, so it is safe for my daughter’s young ears.

The headphones have a standard 3.5mm audio jack that fits my daughter’s Leapfrog LeapPad Platinum Kids Learning Tablet and her portable DVD player, therefore making them perfect for travel.

CozyPhones have a long, soft wire that allows my daughter to move quite freely while wearing them. The fabric on the headband is super soft and the headphones come out of the headband for easy washing.  The headbands have 2 opening at the very back inside of the band. Place your finger in and slide the ‘speaker,’  so they are at the right position for your child and then press down to secure.

CozyPhones Kids HeadphonesThe headphones fit my daughter’s head perfectly (she’s four) and according to her they are comfortable. They stay in place, with no slipping and they don’t press on her ears or irritate her. They’re great to use around the house or when we’re traveling in the car. They are nice and compact, so I can easily store them in her tablet case.

CozyPhones are certainly kid-friendly with their fun animal design. We own a cute panda, but there are also unicorns, foxes, monsters and frogs. 

Overall we love our CozyPhones and would highly recommend them to any parents looking for the perfect children’s headphones. CozyPhones headphones, are available in both kid and adult sizes. Visit them at

Thank you to CEO of Celebrity Baby Trends Rachel Urso for introducing us to yet another great product!

Rose DesRochers
Rose DesRochers is a Blogger, Writer, product reviewer and Founder of Today's Woman. Please feel free to contact me if you are a company with a product for me to review.


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    The CozyPhones for kids are absolutely adorable. Though your article did bring up a question regarding noise levels. You mentioned that these restrict sounds to 85 decibels. Having some sort of restriction is essential in kids headphones, but isn’t 85 decibels still pretty high? Or is that really an ok level?

    • Rose DesRochers

      @Patrick, good question. The general consensus among experts is that a noise level of 85 dBA is considered reasonably safe for an hour of listening.

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    CozyPhones Headphones are so cool, I am going to buy 1 for my kid as well.. Thanks



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