Monday, August 22, 2016

1Voice BlueTooth Sleep Headphones Eye Mask

My 13 year old daughter prefers to fall asleep to music. There are times that it’s way too loud, and has to be to cover the other noise in the house. I don’t really like the idea of the ear buds in her ear while sleeping, so when 1 Voice contacted me with their Sleep headphones eye mask, I thought that it may be a great option.





This isn’t a cheap eye mask, 1 Voice pulled out all the stops on this. It’s made out of memory foam and covered with a soft velvet. This way it’s comfortable, but will also block out all the light. This is perfect for Mya as she loves her room being as dark as possible at night.



The headphones are over the ear, so nothing has to go inside the earlobe. The speakers have great sound, so you don’t have to turn it up loud at all. A low setting is all you need to block out all the noise in the house, car, or even plane. I tried these one night and I actually slept so well. With kids going back to school they need as much as they can get.

You charge these just like any other pair of headphones, it uses a microusb port. To turn on hold down the play button and make sure your Bluetooth is turned on and you are set to go. To skip to the next song just hit the other arrows once. For volume control, just hold the arrow button down.  



For under $60 this is a great gift idea for those who love new gadgets and of course like it dark while sleeping. My daughter loves this and is looking forward to taking it on our next trip. Right now you can get in gray or black.

If you are looking for more Bluetooth headphone options, 1 Voice is the place to look outside the box. They have headbands, beanies and even sunglasses. I know of one of my friends that would love the beanie. It’s definitely worth checking out the website.


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7 comments:

  1. This would be great for my husband who has tinnitus.

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  2. What a great idea blocking out the light while being able to lull myself to sleep without disturbing anyone else.

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  3. This is something new, I wouldn't mind having something like this, maybe it would even help me to sleep
    better.

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  4. This would make a great present for my sister. She likes to sleep with music.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  5. I have a terrible time sleeping and the smallest noise wakes me, I really think I will get myself a pair. My only concern is not hearing the alarm in the morning, this could turn into a serious issue at worj

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  6. What a great idea! My son always falls asleep with ear buds, this would be so much better!

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