We were kindly sent a pair of Yowu cat ear headphones to review, I asked Boo to choose which ones she would like and she went for the light blue cat ear headphones.
These headphones are popular with the gaming community, they offer great control and also look the part. Using an app. on her phone Boo can customise her headphones to suit her. She loves the way they light up and said they feel comfortable and work really well either by blue tooth or wired.
The Technical Bits
List of features:
- Bluetooth or wired
- choice of colour and style
- customizable lights and sounds
- virtual 7.1 channel
- noise reduction microphone
- charging time 1.6 hours
- accessories: charging cable and plug (please note if you are in the UK this plug will need an adapter)
- frequency range 10HZ-20kHz
- 1000mAh lithium polymer battery
These headphones are despatched from the UK but are imported. The plug is a two pin but you can buy an adapter pretty easily.
The box was really pretty and the headphones have their own sturdy case.
Boo loved the headphones. She said they were really comfortable and loved all the features, especially the changing colours. She wouldn’t let me share a photo, so you’ll have to take my word for it that she looked really cute in them.
The headphones cost $139 which is around £103 at the time of writing this. I’ve bought many a pair of cheap headphones and it really is worth splashing out sometimes as you do get what you pay for. They took two weeks to arrive in the post.
If you want to splash out a little more Yowu also do special edition headphones, Cardcaptor Sakura is one of my favourites but I’m way too old to admit I’m an Hatsuni Miko fan (no, I’m not, you are never too old, she’s amazing!) and I’m sure Star would like the Fox Spirit Susu edition.
I’m not the only Hatsune Miku fan in the house, I remember when the Little Man had Levan Polka on repeat.