The wireless headphones available in Spain increasingly offer more variety of devices, from affordable models to premium equipment with all kinds of smart technologies. Even child-specific headphones.
The new Motorola Squads 300 are wireless headphones thought and designed for children. But what exactly does this mean? We’ll tell you then.
Motorola’s new children’s headphones are now available in Spain
Among its product catalog, Motorola has long been betting on accessories of all kinds, these headphones for children being the last to arrive.
The Squads 300 have a colorful design in two shades of color, pink and blue, with a contrast between light and intense for the headband and the foams of the same. The design is clearly geared towards a more childlike audience, but it is not the only reason why they are designed for a child audience.
The most important factor in these headphones is in theirmaximum volume limitation, which will not be able to rise above 85 decibels, being crucial to avoid any type of hearing damage during its growth. They are recommended for children over 3 years old, and they are light and resistant.
At the technology level, they have Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity with a battery of up to 15 hours, they have a USB C charging port, headphone jack and microphone to make calls or requests to the voice assistant. They also offer the possibility of connecting through an audio splitter so that up to 4 headphones can listen to the same audio simultaneously, being very useful to watch a movie or be in a group video call with a single mobile.
The Motorola Squads 300 are now available for purchase on pages such as Amazon Spain. Their official recommended price is 29.99 euros, although they are already available for a little less.
- Motorola Squads 300 for 24.99 euros at Amazon Spain:
- Model in blue color.
- Model in pink.
Note: Some of the links to stores in this article contain an affiliate code. With them you support our work while confirming that they are reliable stores with guarantees. You will not pay more and we do not compromise our neutrality in link choices.
The entry Motorola’s children’s headphones arrive in Spain: volume limitation and less than 30 euros appears first in El Androide Libre.