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Lightweight Headphones

Item #: 4009 | Grades K-12
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These lightweight stereo headphones can be personalized with a student or teacher name, classroom number or school!

List price is $11, you save 41% each, 50% on set of 10 and 55% on a set of 20 headphones

  • Minimizes the spread of germs from the use of common items


  • Moisture-resistant storage bag helps kill head lice within 24-48 hours and includes a labeling area to personalize with student's name.


  • Stereo sound on a flexible, adjustable headband with durable ABS earcups


  • 3.5mm jack with 1/4” snap-on adapter


  • On-ear ambient noise-reducing earcups help diminish exterior sounds. This reduces the need to increase the volume (protecting the ears) and helps keep students on task.




Minimum system requirements: Works with both Mac and PC.
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