Do not use ear or headphones (wearable audio device) at a high volume for extended periods as hearing loss may occur. Check the volume of the wearable audio device after placing them close to or over the ears before playing any audio.
Do not use the wearable audio device while driving or operating heavy machinery. The use of a wearable audio device while operating a vehicle may be illegal in some areas.
Check and obey the applicable laws and regulations regarding the use of a wearable audio device while operating a vehicle.
Stop listening to your wearable audio device if you find it distracting while driving or operating any type of vehicle.
Do not use the wearable audio device if you find it disruptive to any activity that requires your full attention to ensure personal safety.
Do not use the wearable audio device while walking in dangerous areas where full hearing capability is required for personal safety. Example areas include but are not limited to: construction sites, while crossing the road, at railway intersections etc.
The wearable audio device and accessories may present a choking hazard or cause other injury to small children and infants. Ensure that these devices are stored carefully in an area away from small children.
With regular usage, any wearable audio device may lead to ear infections or skin irritation. Clean the wearable audio device regularly using a soft, lint-free cloth.
Do not get moisture in any of the openings or clean the wearable audio device using aerosols, solvents or abrasives. If skin irritation occurs, discontinue use. If the problem persists, seek help from a qualified medical professional.