Simply Nerdy Mom: Bedphones: The Headphones Comfortable Enough To Sleep In

Sunday, December 7, 2014

Bedphones: The Headphones Comfortable Enough To Sleep In

Bedphones are the headphone system designed for sleep.
These thin headphones wrap around your ears and are only 1/4" thick for comfort while laying in bed listening to your favorite music or watching tv and movies. 

I cannot tell you how happy I am about these headphones. I have what's known as ASMR. For those who are unaware of what that is exactly, you can read my blog post about it HERE. That being said, most of my nights are spent, listening to trigger videos on Youtube and trying to soothe myself to sleep. Regular earbuds hurt when you lay on them. It's like jamming a piece of candy corn in your ears and trying to sleep in it. With Bedphones, I don't have this problem. Bedphones lay flat and have a cushion padding between your ear and the pillow. They also are designed so you can wear the cord behind your head which is a plus because you have less chance of being tangled up in the cord as you are trying to sleep or relax. 

They are so simple to put on and can be adjusted to fit your ears. I have tiny ears so I love that they are basically universal in that I don't have to try and hunt down a pair in a particular size as I did with earbuds. 

They come in a handy carrying case, with two sets of ear phone covers in addition to the set that's already on the phones. The set also comes with a sleep mask as an added bonus! 

The sound quality is great for all the bigger they are. I highly recommend them to anyone who likes to use headphones in bed at night, but hates the way they jab you in the ear if you fall asleep with them on.

You can pick up your very own set of Bedphones HERE.

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1 comment:

  1. Wow, never heard of ASMR before! Very interesting, and cool that it helps you sleep. So , yeah, the Bedphones are great, my wife has also tried SleepPhones, instead of earpieces the speakers are in a soft fabric headband. They were pretty good, but not as free feeling as Bedphones.