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Wins for Excellence in Classroom Products


January 16, 2013, El Dorado Hills, CA — Kidz Gear www.GearForKidz.com, the award-winning Grown-up Performance, Built for Kids! brand, announced today that KidzControl™ Volume Limited Headphones for Kids has won the 2013 Learning Magazine’s  Teachers’ Choice Award  for Excellence in Classroom Products.    

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Learning Magazine recognized the Kidz Gear KidzControl™ Volume Limited Headphones for Kids as one of the most outstanding classroom recommended products of 2013 in the “School Supplies Category.”  Kidz Gear won the award because it is a perfect tool for helping teachers in the multimedia educational process of all children.  Compatible with audio devices that use a 3.5mm (1/8”) audio jack, the Kidz Gear headphones work with MP3 players, iPads, iPods and even standard DVD and CD players – all of which are playing a larger role in classrooms today.


The Choice for Teachers Nationwide with Kidz Gear Gear Up For Education! Purchase Program


“We are honored to win the Teachers’ Choice Award for our KidzControl Volume Limited Headphones,” said Jack Peterson, VP Sales and Marketing, Kidz Gear.  “Combined with our Gear Up For Education! Purchase Program, we have certainly become a new choice for teachers nationwide.  Along with excellent teachers, children need good equipment and Kidz Gear is here with the goods!”


KidzControl Volume Limit Technology


All Kidz Gear headphones feature the proprietary KidzControl Volume Limit Technology.  The technology works by “limiting” the volume to approximately 80% of the maximum volume output capable from the audio devices in the market today.  KidzControl Volume Limit Technology delivers a safe volume limited listening experience for children of all ages.  Ergonomically designed with soft padded child-sized ear-cups and high-quality audio components, the KidzControl™ Volume Limited Headphones for Kids are value priced at only $19.99.


Kidz Gear is the Brand Adults Want and Kids Love

Kidz Gear headphones are not “toys,” but adult products built for kids.  Manufactured with the same high-quality, high-performance consumer electronics components found in adult headphones, Kidz Gear headphones are designed to solve the never-ending battle between a child’s desire for his or her parent’s things and the parent’s fear of them destroying an expensive item.   KidzControl™ Volume Limited Headphones for Kids are available immediately, priced at $19.99, from U.S. retailers, such as Target and InMotion Airport Stores.  They are also available directly at www.GearForKidz.com, Amazon.com and other fine online retailers.


About Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice Awards


For 19 years, the Learning Magazine Teachers’ Choice Awards have heralded the very best in classroom-tested, teacher-recommended products.  Each year, a nationwide panel of teacher-judges names the standouts in books, classroom supplies, educational games, websites, and more—everything you need for your classroom.  For more information, see: http://www.theeducationcenter.com/tec/afc/learning/lrn_tca_class_home/go.do


About Kidz Gear


Incorporated in 2001, San Ramon, California Supply and Beyond, LLC is the exclusive manufacturer of the Kidz Gear brand of products and accessories.  The Kidz Gear brand was created by founder and mother Laurie Peterson with the purpose of developing a line of products and accessories with adult features, performance and quality but with ergonomic and economic sizes, styles and prices for children.  The Kidz Gear product line has received rave reviews and awards from various Mother’s Group Organizations and industry publications.  The company is continually focused on bringing more products to market that support the company’s mission – Grown-Up Performance, Built for Kids! 

For more information visit www.GearForKidz.com, email: greatproducts@gearforkidz.com or phone: (877) Kidz-Gear.

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David Berkowitz, Editor in Chief.
I am the aspie dad of 3 with autism, in industrial sales by day, and a run tech and autism news media organization as well. I am trying to be like Engadget.com and help autism too via the arts and tech. I am also on twitter, itechnewszone, facebook/technewszone, youtube/technewszone, linkedin.com too.