TWS headphones are more and more popular in Europe, and thanks to their increasingly affordable prices and their compact and comfortable size, they are one of the best options to always carry music with us.
However, these devices can present an unexpected danger in the home that many of us had not realized until now, namely that our pets and small children can accidentally eat them.
The unexpected risk of TWS headphones: your pet could eat them
Fortunately, I’m not writing this because my dog ate my headphones, but it’s a risk many of us may not have considered until now. You might already have it in mind, because it’s something you might think “it’s so obvious it would be absurd to comment on it”. But one of my theories about life (and also for writing articles) is that when something is so obvious, it may not be.
I had never considered it, but headphones like this are very likely to be mistaken for a candy.
This is how it crossed my mind when Motorola shared with us tips for preventing your pets from eating your headphones. For a while I thought they were teasing me, but now I can’t stop staring at my headphones and seeing that they are the perfect size of a treat that any child or pet would love. company could eat. Here are two important issues, namely that besides not running out of headphones, you even less want your pet to suffer while trying to innocently eat them.
The batteries built into these headphones can cause burns to your throat, tongue and stomach, making it very important to have a routine to avoid it. The tips are very simple, but it never hurts to take them into account, which would be the following:
- Follow a clear routine: store the headphones in their case after use. Do not leave them anywhere, even if they are on a table and counter, as they could accidentally fall.
- When not in use, store the headphones in a drawer or in any place inaccessible to pets.
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