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HamiltonBuhl Kids On Ear Blue Stereo Headphone

Item #: MS2G-AM | Grades K-12
$6.95
Status: December 11
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The rugged HamiltonBuhl Kids on ear headphone is a robust yet lightweight headphone ideal for students learning from home or in a classroom. This durable headphone not only provides rugged durability and high quality sound, but the lightweight, on-ear design allows for all-day comfort and easy compact storage.

The headphone features HamiltonBulh's unique 6' Dura-Cord – the chew, kink and knot-resistant, PVC-jacketed, braided cord – specially-designed to be more durable and reliable than ever!

Each headphone comes with Anti-Lice storage bag - heavy-duty, write-on, moisture-resistant, reclosable bag - to safely help prevent the spread of lice. When the headphone is sealed in the bag, lice are killed in 24-48 hours without the use of chemicals!

Compatible with most laptops, chromebooks, mp3 players, tablets and other electronics with a 3.5mm port.

Features

    Lightweight, Adjustable Design
  • Specially Sized for Kids
  • 40mm Cobalt Drivers
  • Foam Ear Cushions
  • Adjustable Headband
  • ASM Automatic Stereo/Mono Switching
  • Single-Sided Cable
  • 3.5mm Plug
  • Includes Heavy-Duty Reclosable Bag


Accessories (not included):

HygenX25 - Disposable sanitary ear cushion covers (Box of 50 Pair)
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