iClever BTH12 Kids Headphone Review

iClever BTH12

The latest entry into the world of children’s headphones by iClever is the BTH12 Wireless. The iClever BTH12 headphone come with a stereo sound with three different volume limit mode. The toddler mode, study mode and third one is travel mode. The 40 hours of long battery life with USB Type-C port for incredibly fast charging and wired mode. The earphone also include a 4 LED lighting mode and they control by one single button. The foldable design earphone also offers a hands-free calling, Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity, 40mm dynamic drivers and built-in microphone. Is these earphone are good for you? Let’s find out with this review….

  • Built-in 40mm speaker unit provides rich bass and lifelike audio
  • Equipped with a 800mAh battery that offers a playtime of up to 40 hours
  • Features cushioned earpads and adjustable headband that offers maximum comfort
  • May stop charging at times
  • Missing Active noise cancellation
  • Lacks IP ratings for water and sweat proof

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Price and availability

The iClever BTH12 true wireless headphone come with a stunning five different colour combination. Such as Blue, Pink, Black, Purple and Yellow. It is price $46.99. You can buy this headphone company’s official website iclever.com and Amazon.in

Who should have to buy this headphone?

  • The parents should have to buy this headphone for their kid’s.
  • Those who want cheap price headphone for their kid’s.

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Box Content

  • Headphone
  • 3.5 mm AUX cabke
  • USB Type-C cable
  • User Guide

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How good is the design of the iClever BTH12 headphone?

iClever BTH12

Starting with the design, the iClever BTH12 is comfortably light weight with fabulous five different colour combination. The plastic made headphone feels sturdy and adjustable properly for all day use. Just switch the button and the LED indicator will flash blue for a second, after which the colorful lights will turn on. It’s a great way to start things off!

The sythetic protein ear cushions offers a personalized fit, and provide a welcome comfort on your ear for all day listening. The iClever Bluetooth kid’s headphones for travelling with portability in mind – they’ll fold up nice and small for easier transport. Durable headband outlasts yanks, drops, and years of use and abuse.

Furthermore, these kid’s headphones give great audio quality. They also coming with a LED lights that have multiple effects, light modes and colors on both sides of the headset. Four light modes are controlled by one independent button, which, when pressed in Bluetooth mode, will turns off the lights for battery savings. They do not include an IP-ratings for water and sweat resistance. Which means you should have to avoid using this headphone during raining or during swimming.

How good is the touch controls of this headphone?

Those onboard touch controls are simple and reliable. The play / pause button is self-explanatory but it also acts as an MFB (multi-function button). The + button will adjust the volume and play the next track with short clicks for volume and long push to convert to the next track. The last button is the * button and is used to toggle between the LED light display modes on the headphone earpiece. There is a light-off mode in addition to 5 light modes to increase battery life. iClever headphones also have voice prompts that tell you useful information like power on / off and can also indicate “ready to pair” and “connected” with your Bluetooth device.

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What is the sound quality of the iClever BTH12?

iClever BTH12

In terms of sound, they are equipped with 40mm neodymium drivers, plenty of strong bass and high quality medium and high range. Plus, the high-definition microphone guarantees super-clear calling just like adult headphones! Along with the mic, the headphones offer hi-fi stereo sound for children and teenagers to enjoy the sound better.

Moreover, once you turn on your new iClever BTH12 baby headphones you may want to adjust the overall volume level to the maximum sound pressure level suitable for your baby. BTH12 headphones are capable of presetting that level to 74 dB, 85dB or 94dB. However, I fully understand how prolonged listening to headphones or any source of sound at high levels can lead to permanent hearing loss, loss and potential deafness.

The loudest volume selection of 94 dB was the noise level limit for live concerts at most of the outdoor venues I worked on and is actually strong enough to cause permanent damage in the long run. I would advise you to set and keep these headphones at the lowest level whenever possible to protect your children’s hearing. People at iClever suggest using the 85 dB level as the “normal mode” and the 94 dB level as the “travel mode”. I suggest you set the headphones to 85 dB and leave it on. You will use the – and + buttons to toggle between layers.

Headphones do not come with active sound cancellation or ambient noise to reduce rear noise when calling. However, the distance between the earcups and your voice fits perfectly, which provides significantly better passive isolation.

How good is the voice calls of this headphone?

In addition, the BTH12 kid’s headphones come with an in-built high quality microphone to give a excellent sound quality during voice calls. The built-in microphone on these kids Bluetooth headphones gives hands-free freedom for studying, homework, being in class or playtime.

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What is the connectivity of the iClever BTH12?

Looking for connectivity, the earphone come with stable Bluetooth 5.0 wireless connectivity. Which help you to connect wirelessly to other devices like smartphone, PCs, TVs and iOS. The headphone offers a both wireless and wired connection with 3.5mm aux cable. As a result, you should able to use these headphone infinite hours with 3.5mm audio cable. Moreover, the share function allow you to connect two headphone with 3.5mm aux cable to share your music effectively to eachother.

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How long is the battery life of the BTH12?

iClever BTH12

The headphone providing up to 40 hours of in-ear jams. Moreover, the long-lasting battery also has an intelligent quick-charge function which will get you up and running in no time. In addition, you get 4 hours play time with just 10 minutes charge time. You can also use the included 3.5mm cable for traditional wired listening with infinite playtime.

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iClever BTH12 Kids Wireless Headphones certainly meet that very important specific market demographic need. These Bluetooth 5.0 headphones have a very wide range that I can use in most of my home without any problem. The ability to select the maximum sound pressure level was well thought out except that I think 85 dB may be the highest overall level due to the purpose of the child’s headphones. They sounded good to my ears across the entire audio spectrum at any maximum dB level. BTH12 was easily adjustable to fit in my adult size head even after 6 hours on my head without much discomfort. 40-hour battery life seems accurate. After all, headphones have all the features that help your child better.

What are the best alternative to iClever BTH12?

Puresound Labs PuroQuiets is a great alternative to the iClever BTH12 Kids Wireless Headphones. This headphone is specially design for small 2 to 3 years age children. The headphone offers Active Noise Cancellation, 85 dB max volume limit, Bluetooth with 30-foot range, 35 hours of Non-ANC playtime, and built-in audio splitter.

If you have a budget problem, then consider buying Zamkol ZH700 with £42.77($55.65) price. The headphone is specially built for the kids. It is come with a Hybrid Active Noise Cancelling feature. Moreover, Zamkol ZH700 Over Ear Wireless Bluetooth Headphones offer CVC 8.0 HD Mic, 30H Playtime, Quick Charge, Hi-Fi Deep Bass, Protein Earpads, for Travel/Work -Black.

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